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    In General 
A fraternity of villains whose fraternity house is on the other side of the Dark Forest, opposite to Proxy Mansion. Their primary goal is to either kill or overthrow Slenderman and take over the Under Realm, but due to their stupidity, they are unable to accomplish this.
  • A Day In The Lime Light: They are the only Pastamonsters characters to have a significant role in the Pastamonsters/The Loud House crossover, with the Proxies only amounting to a cameo or two.
  • All Work vs. All Play: The Rake and B.O.B are the All Play to Enderman's All Work. While Enderman even has to build inventions alone because of B.O.B and Rake's incompetence.
  • Amusing Injuries: The injuries they sustain make up a lot of the comic's comedy.
  • Arch-Enemy: To the Proxies.
  • Ax-Crazy: All of them enjoy their job, especially the Rake.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Their personalities and bickering are mostly comical. However, these three are easily among the most dangerous antagonists in the comic as one of their plans was literally seconds away from the extinction of the human race.
  • Big Bad Ensemble: To the Proxies.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: They are nowhere near as dangerous as they want to be.
  • Billions of Buttons: The control panel of their spaceship has thousands of identical, unlabeled switches.
  • Body-Count Competition: They often compete with each other for the most Proxy kills. To be specific, Enderman has 5, the Rake has 12, and B.O.B has 2.
  • Brains and Brawn: Karen and Enderman act as the Brains while B.O.B and the Rake act as the Brawn.
  • The Bully: The way they welcome people who want to join them is to mock and ridicule them for no reason at all. Even B.O.B joins in the mockery.
  • Bully and Wimp Pairing: Both Enderman and the Rake treat B.O.B very cruelly. B.O.B doesn't have the brain compacity to feel pain or sadness, so he doesn't mind too much.
  • Butt-Monkey: Everyone in the Under Rhelm either hates or dislikes them, they never get any recognition despite inventing some fairly useful devices, every other villain considers them useless and obsolete, and they are doomed to fail every single evil plan they concoct.
  • Cardboard Prison: The three have been sent to prison at least six times. However, no matter how many times they are put in prison, they will always end up out of prison the next episode he appears.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: All of them.
    All: "We're the villains,
    We're the worst,
    We're meaner and we're so much more preversed!
    "
  • Dartboard of Hate: The Rake can be seen at one point throwing knives at a dartboard with Enderman's face on it.
  • Defeat Equals Explosion: In the "To Proxy Mountain", when BEN launches the spiked blue turtle from Mario at their ship, they, along with the ship, spectacularly explode with a supernova-level blast radius.
  • Determinator: They just refuse to give up. Not even death can stop them, as evidenced in a few episodes.
  • The Ditz: Save for Karen, all of them have virtually the same mindset; rude, smug, disloyal, but above all, incompetent.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: A lot of their schemes have gotten each other killed.
  • Egomaniac Hunter: As a side job, they like to collect rare creatures and sell them for money.
  • Enemy Mine: They have teamed up with the Proxies to fight a common enemy quite a few times, most notably in "Legends of the Multiverse", where they buy the New Elite time to get into Zalgo's lair by fighting off Steppenwolf and any other incoming attackers.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: They do seem to care for one another. It just takes a lot to show it.
  • Evil Laugh: Enderman has a stereotypical "Muahahahaha!!" laugh, the Rake has an evil laugh which ends in a raspy cough, and B.O.B's laugh is a goofy Un Evil Laugh.
  • Fighter, Mage, Thief: B.O.B is a Fighter, Enderman is a Mage, and the Rake is a Thief.
  • Flanderization: In season three, Enderman is noticeably more grouchy, while B.O.B is noticeably dumber. Can be justified in Enderman's case since he fails his plans constantly.
  • Flying Saucer: They own one in their garage.
  • Fratbro: They are often seen drinking beer, playing beer pong, and watching sports game.
  • Gang of Bullies
  • Gold Fish Poop Gang: Thier plans mostly end up killing each other instead of the Proxies.
  • Greed: A lot of their actions are motivated by this. Enderman even says this when planning on selling toy-sized humans to an unknown alien race.
    Enderman: What's that? Sorry, I was so caught up in how much money I'm going to make I forgot to care about your feelings!
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: They even share a photo album.
  • Home Base: The mansion they live in, which is settled on the other side of the Dark Forest. How the mansion came to be is unknown; based on its state of disrepair, it's either a long-abandoned mansion the team moved into to use as their base of operations, a mansion the team captured by force and never bothered fixing up, or (based on its location) a mansion they constructed themselves and subsequently allowed to fall into decay.
  • Humiliation Conga: If they are in an episode or special, they're definitely going to be on the receiving end of a horrible and painful one before the end of it.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: It's pretty much their character trait.
    Enderman: [the team is holding their weekly meetings] Guys, we've been working together for 15 years now. We have concocted a lot of schemes together and I might even say we're very good at it. My experience with you guys is plagued with what I call "Insta-Loss". We come up with a scheme to destroy Slenderman, we set it up, the Proxies show up, the moment they do, we lose. Then we gotta go all the way back to the drawing board and start a new plane. As soon as we launch it, we instantaneously lose as soon as the Proxies show up. Now, I'm not much of a complainer, but when we've lost all of our schemes? It's not even fucking fair! There's no strategy, we just run around and lose! I'm just saying, it's getting pretty hard to work with you guys. No one is afraid of us, we only have three fucking members including me, and we-we just run around and lose. That's all we do! [chuckles psychotically] That's all I do.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: Despite their bravado, the team appears to be ashamed of their constant failures and try to hide them.
  • Iron Butt Monkey: Especially B.O.B.
  • Joker Immunity: See They Killed Kenny Again below for more.
  • Lean and Mean: All of them are noticeably very thin. Even B.O.B, a Big Eater, is almost as thin as the Rake.
  • Legion of Doom: A classic version of this.
  • Loan Sharks: Implied to be a side job for them, and they will get money no matter what.
  • Made of Iron: You have to be to survive the things they endure.
  • Murder by Cremation: In the Pastamonsters/The Loud House crossover, the Loud Family do this to the trio. However, they miraculously survive it and the kids have to come up with a different plan.
  • Near Villain Victory: In one episode, the gang finally caught Slenderman; Jeff and BEN jumped into Enderman's backyard swamp, thinking it was a swimming pool, Slenderman jumped in to save him, and the gang got them both. Before the gang could kill them, however, President Bush scared them away with a rocket launcher.
  • Nice Mean And In Between: B.O.B is Nice, Enderman and the Rake are Mean, and Karen is In-Between.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: They act like the typical incompetent villains. However, it's clear they are sociopathic and evil and many of their plans involve killing people in some way or another.
  • Obviously Evil: All of them look fairly threatening.
  • Offscreen Villain Darkmatter: Where exactly do they get those laser guns, spaceships, and robot technology?
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: A frequent part of their plans.
  • Professional Killers: Of the extremely low-rent variety.
  • Real Men Hate Affection: In contrary to B.O.B, Enderman and the Rake hate the Man Hug, but he will accept handshakes with their teammates.
  • Smug Snakes: Probably some of the least threatening villains the Proxies have ever faced.
  • Supervillain Lair: The team is rarely seen outside of their lair, which is little more than a large chamber filled with tools used to build machines and a supercomputer. Enderman needs and keeps only a few amenities, including a TV, a kitchen, and any other items needed for a one-off gag. After a while, we finally see it from the outside, which is a large, black, decrepit mansion.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: A recurring gag is the gang's tendency to die, usually due to their own ineptitude; they have been shot, blown up, choked, beaten to death, stabbed with a speargun, drowned in cement, eaten alive, suffocated, nuked, shredded, had a heart attack, wood chippered, hung, and killed in some way by other characters; often, it is a result of their own attempts to kill the Proxies. Regarding how they always come back, it is unclear if they are clones of the previous gang with the same names, or come back to life a la Kenny McCormick.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: B.O.B and the Rake.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: There are tons of KFC (Kentucky Fried Children) buckets laying around their house.
  • Unexplained Recovery: The reason for how they keep surviving their "deaths" is always head-waved.
  • Undignified Death: All of them have died humiliating and painful deaths.
  • Villainous Friendship: The four go on vacations together and share a photo album, they're clearly quite chummy with each other, and the Rake is clearly one of the few people Enderman shows any sort of respect towards.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With each other.

    Enderman 

Shelly "Sheldon" C. Enderman

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Enderman is a member of a species of mysterious creature that resides in the world of Minecraft. They are normally neutral but once attacked, they can become very violent. Endermen are very vulnerable to water. He is Slenderman's business rival and arch-enemy. Is always trying to overthrow Slenderman via business tactics or manipulating the Proxies. Barring that, he ultimately aims for crushing all of the Under Realm beneath his feet.


  • 0% Approval Rating: Aside from B.O.B, just about everyone in the Under Realm hates him. In fact, in one episode where he's thought to be dead, various people showed up at his funeral just to spit on his grave, to the extent that said grave had to be drained afterwords.
  • Abandoned Catchphrase: In his earlier appearances, he used to say "It is I, Professor C. Enderman!" when introducing himself. He rarely says it nowadays, for some reason.
  • Abusive Parents: Enderman's parents were perfectionists who emotionally scarred their son by wanting to be just like Slenderman. They're probably are the only reason Enderman is who he is today.
  • Achilles' Heel:
    • Very vulnerable to water. The Proxies have used this to their advantage in episodes like "The Chain Mail".
    • He is prone to Evil Gloating, which often gets him in trouble.
  • Adaptational Wimp: He doesn't seem to have any powers, unlike his Minecraft counterpart.
    • If the Pastamonsters/The Loud House crossover is any indication, even a six-year-old is capable of easily holding him off.
  • Affably Evil: Enderman is this only to his henchmen. In "To Proxy Mountain", he throws a party to his mooks, and actually tries to cheer them up when they're not amused. He is also pretty casual with the Rake and to a lesser extent, B.O.B.
  • Agent Mulder: Enderman tends to come across as a desperate Agent Mulder making all number of bizarre claims, but it becomes apparent in later episodes that he's actually fairly rational and even skeptical. His problem is other people's stupidity and/or apathy, plus his horrible luck in losing his proof at the worst possible moment, every single time.
  • Agony of the Feet: Has happened to him at least three times.
  • The Alcoholic: He is often seen drinking beer.
  • Always Second Best: Not just to Slenderman, but every antagonist it seems.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: He is a really, really messed up individual. He lacks empathy, has little impulse control, is easily angered, physically and emotionally abuses his best friends, and has frequent emotional breakdowns.
  • Ambition Is Evil: His drive to be top dog in the Under Realm drove him to villainy.
  • Amusing Injuries: Almost all the time.
  • Animals Hate Him: He is attacked by animals a lot.
  • Angrish: Speaks it almost as much as Jeff does.
  • Angry Fist-Shake: He's shown doing this to B.O.B and Eyeless Jack in the original Pastamonsters character image.
  • Arbitrary Skepticism: He believes in aliens and ghosts and Sasquatches and lives in a world inhabited with all of the above...but the one thing he doesn't believe in is a giant Lice Queen that lives underground and is the source of all head lice in the world.
  • Arc Villain: Of "The Chain Mail".
  • Arch-Enemy: Enderman thinks he is this to Slenderman (see Unknown Rival below), but he comes across as one more towards the Proxies themselves than anything.
  • Arms Dealer: Implied to be how he earns income.
  • Attention Whore: The whole point of overthrowing Slenderman is to become just as popular and rich as he is.
  • Atomic F-Bomb: When B.O.B accidentally blows up a strip club instead of Proxy Mansion.
    Enderman: B.O.B, WHAT THE FUCK?!?!
  • Ax-Crazy: He just loves inflicting pain on others. He is delighted when he traps BEN and mercilessly waterboards him, kills and experiments on stray animals, and he's more than enthusiastic while generally causing chaos and disorder. He clearly enjoys being a hegemonic villain even beyond wanting to topple Slenderman.
    • It gets even worse when we learn that he's actually murdered other Proxies in the past just to spite Slenderman. And it goes From Bad to Worse from there. In "The Chain Mail", he destroys the Sacred Forest and tries to kill all of the Proxies, planning on taking over the Under Realm once he's done with them.
  • Backstory Horror: He probably has the darkest and most unsettling backstory sans Slenderman's and Mr. Widemouth's.
  • Badass Baritone: Especially when he sings.
  • Badass Boast: Enderman has one against Steppenwolf in "Legends of the Multiverse". Doubles as a Pre-Ass-Kicking One-Liner.
    Steppenwolf: Miserable worm! Even with all your technical advances, you stand no match against the power of pure evil.
    Enderman: If you hadn't already noticed, I'm not so nice my self.
  • Badass Bookworm: He is shown to be a technological genius, capable of creating complex machines and powerful destructive devices capable of bringing down a city, as well as plotting various very elaborate, and nearly successful evil schemes.
  • Badass Finger Snap: In earlier episodes, Enderman often did this to cue B.O.B and the Rake to attack.
  • Badass Grandpa: Comickit describes him as an "old man", but he's still able to hold his own in a fight.
  • Badass Normal: Doesn't seem to have any powers, relying on giant robots to do his work for him.
  • Bad Boss: You're probably safer as one of his victims than one of his henchmen.
    • As B.O.B tells the Creatures when Enderman employs them: "You don't want to make him mad. Believe me!" He takes out his frustration on B.O.B by conducting deadly experiments on him.
    Enderman: Then I created B.O.B. What a fucking idiot. Why, I remember the first time I strapped him to the electric chair and pulled the lever. He hardly even felt it. So I hit him with a bat. He only laughed. So I hit him harder...and harder...BUT HE WOULDN'T GO DOWN!
  • Bad People Abuse Animals:
    • He boots Smile Dog in the face at one point in "The Chain Mail".
    • The episode "Therapy" takes it Up to Eleven when it reveals that he regularly tortured and mutilated animals as a child to cope with his neglectful parents.
  • Bald of Evil: Just like Slendy, he's completely bald.
  • Berserk Button: Easily one of the angriest characters of the show. He tends to flip out on his henchmen on a whim or when he's failing at his plans.
    • He also flips out when compared to Slenderman, mainly in a negative light.
    • He doesn't flip out over it like most examples, but his facial expressions makes it clear that he hates being called by his first name, Sheldon.
    • If the Pastamonsters/The Loud House crossover is any indication, he hates being called an "old man".
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He's pretty incompetent, but he never really falls into Harmless Villain territory. He's more than willing to kill, torture and maim any Proxy he catches, just ask Mr. X... Oh, wait.
  • Big Bad: He's the most frequently encountered antagonist in the series. Almost every episode he appears in has him stirring up a conflict, usually for no other reason than fun or to overthrow Slenderman.
    • Big Bad Wannabe: In the grand scheme of things. Even disregarding Zalgo, sometimes he's too incompetent to pull off an Evil Plan. He lacks Slenderman's pragmatism and strength, the brains Mancala, or the power of Zalgo. Despite his ambition to kill Slenderman and the Proxies and take over the universe, he's easily misled by Mancala, fails to pose a serious challenge to Slenderman during most situations, and is forced to take advice from other enemies. He doesn't seem to realize the Proxies have bigger problems then him and routinely forget he exists.
  • Bigger Is Better in Bed: He has a 9 long inch penis. According to his website anyway.
  • Big "NO!": Enderman tends to do this when one of his schemes fail.
  • Birthday Hater: He's revealed to really hate his birthday. He tries some strange tricks like hiding from his birthday cake, and covering his ears(?) and saying "I can't hear you!" more than once when his name is called in the "Happy Birthday" song. He does these things because he thinks he won't grow a year older if he does them. He wants to think of himself as 26 years old when he's apparently twice that age.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He pretends to be a helpless and friendly person when around Mayor Bigmouth when he's really a scheming mastermind.
  • Black and Grey Morality: Has a very troubled conscience, whether with regards to his criminal life or his domestic life.
  • Black Comedy Animal Cruelty: The episode "Therapy" has a series of flashbacks featuring a young Enderman torturing animals in grotesque ways: blowing up a dog's face using firecrackers, running stray cats over with tricycle, and plucking the eyes out of puppies (all of which is shown in great detail). It's all played for laugh.
  • Blood Knight: Subverted. It's suggested by Dr. Applecheek that Enderman from killing the people who attack him, but Enderman says he actually gets the rush from narrowly avoiding death. Killing just happens to come with it.
  • Boisterous Weakling: He clearly thinks a lot of himself and picks on others to make himself feel bigger, but whenever confronted by Slenderman himself, Enderman proves every bit the wimp his co-workers are.
  • Bond Breaker: Some of his plans involve getting the Proxies to fight each other.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: If he would have simply absorbed the power of the trophy instead of waiting for Jeff and the Proxies to arrive at the location, Enderman likely would have won.
  • Book Dumb: For a guy who never made it to the third grade, he's very intelligent.
  • Bring My Brown Pants: Karen once mentions that Enderman cried and pissed himself on his first mission.
  • Buffy Speak: Enderman tends to dive into this when telling the Rake to launch his latest weapon.
    Enderman: [The Rake is struggling to pull down a switch to activate a machine] Well, start the...thing!!
  • Burning with Anger: Has happened to him at least once.
  • Can't Take Criticism: Enderman admits to the Rake he can't take criticism from anyone when the latter criticises him.
    Enderman: STOP CRITICIZING ME! That's all my mother ever did was criticize me! From the day I was born it was always "Slenderman" this or "Slenderman" that! Or "Enderman, why can't you be more like that guy, '''SLENDERMAN?!" (throws a dagger at a portrait of Slenderman)
  • Card-Carrying Villain: He loves to talk about how evil he is.
    Enderman: Sometimes I'm so evil I scare even myself!
  • The Caligula: He has shades of this. He's very oppressive and gets mad at very little things.
  • Chaotic Stupid: He has repeatedly shown himself to be determined enough to not only easily conquer the Under Realm but the entire galaxy, yet his impetuous nature and his COMPLETE lack of consideration for the consequences of his actions result in utter failure and/or the deaths of people he WASN'T trying to kill.
  • Characterization Marches On: In earlier comics, he was a fairly sociopathic villain, lacking a lot of the humorous quirks that characterize him now. Sometime before "The Chain Mail", he became something of a Laughably Evil Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain.
  • Character Tic: He tends to mumble angrily to himself whenever pissed off.
  • Cheaters Never Prosper: He's extremely unsuccessful for a cheater.
  • The Chew Toy: Enderman goes through a LOT of abuse throughout the series, to getting struck by lightning 12 times, to being pushed down a hill until crocodile infested water, gets tared and feathered and becoming a living pinata as a result, getting ran over multiple times in traffic trying to cross a road, finally getting to the other side.... before getting ran over again by a drunk Laughing Jack, sending him flying through multiple buildings and finally face first into a pool of manure. And that's not including the many times B.O.B has accidentally knocked him out.
  • Child Hater: When BEN deactivates his heat ray, Enderman responds with "I hate kids".
    • In the Pastamonsters/The Loud House crossover, he gets angry and uncomfortable simply when Lola hugs him, when Enderman tricked the Loud Family into believing he was their long-lost relative. Later, when Lily fiddles with one of his inventions, Enderman mutters to himself "Stupid kid".
  • Clasp Your Hands If You Deceive: Almost always before he hatches an Evil Plan.
  • Classic Villain: Has vices of Vanity, Pride, Wrath, Envy, and Hatred.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: Personifies this trope even when speaking normally.
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: The fate of any of Slenderman's proxies that he manages to capture. The most infamous example being Mr. X, who Enderman locked up in his laboratory to be tortured for a full year before being killed.
  • Color Motif: Black with purple accents. He has black skin with purple mixed in, has a black couch with purple pillows, and some of his inventions have the color in it.
  • Comical Angry Face: Frequently.
  • The Comically Serious: Especially when he has to deal with his ditzy henchmen and Jeff.
  • Comedic Sociopathy: Most of his insanity and evil deeds are Played for Laughs. Actually deconstructed in "Therapy", when his sociopathy isn't played for laughs and he goes to Dr. Applecheeks to "seek help".
  • Conspiracy Theorist: Though he's usually right.
  • Control Freak: Enderman gets riled when he thinks his authority isn't being respected.
  • Cool Old Guy: Sure, he's evil, short-tempered and pushing his 70s, but he's still incredibly agile and can concoct some pretty impressive machines.
  • Cool Shades: Wears a pair on vacation... Only to have them slip off because he doesn't have any ears.
  • Cranky Neighbor: Sometimes acts like this, like when he told BEN to get off his lawn.
  • Crazy-Prepared: He has a keypad lock on his front door. If you get the combination wrong, Deadly Gas is ejected out of it.
  • Creepy Monotone: Enderman used to speak like this, according to Comickit.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: He can be very hard to trust.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He's a Smug Snake through and through, but he's a very impressive Proxy kill count. He's also come dangerously close to exterminating all life in the universe in a few instances.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Enderman gives this to Dr. Applecheeks using a gun.
  • Cruella to Animals: Enderman is heavily implied to regularly kill household pets to convert them into inventions.
  • Cultured Badass: Although it's only to imitate Slenderman.
  • Cut Lex Luthor a Check: He's obviously a very skilled inventor and has crafted incredible machinery that could easily change the world. He could probably form a billion dollar company selling his devices to others if he didn't bother trying to topple Slenderman with various wacky schemes.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Neglected and frequently criticized by his parents, torturing and killing animals to cope with it, and bullied by almost every kid in the neighborhood.
  • Dark Is Evil: He has a dark appearance.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He makes snide remarks to anyone who annoys him, usually Jeff and B.O.B
  • Death Glare: Does this very frequently.
  • Defeat Equals Explosion: When he is defeated in "The Chain Mail".
  • Delusions of Eloquence: Enderman likes talking big words, probably to sound as sophisticated as Slenderman.
    Karen: Rest assured, Mr. Enderman, for I have returned with a member of the bovine family in tow. One that would cause, dare I say, an enviable response from none other than Veles himself.
    Enderman: And what a specimen to behold, Karen, although, I am now in something of a quandary. A query if I may?
    Karen: By all means, master.
    Enderman: Today are we milking the exemplification?
    Karen: Udderly, if you may pardon my pun.
    Enderman: Astute as ever, Karen. If today we are in fact milking, as you so graciously corroborate, wherein do you suggest I attach this apparatus to the —well-endowed though he may be, —steed?
  • Determinator: He won't stop no matter what gets in the way of his plans to topple Slenderman. Much much more so in earlier episodes, but there are some later episodes in which he's given up.
  • Depending on the Writer: How evil he is. In some episodes he is portrayed as a guy who wants to stop being evil but can't because hurting people is the only thing that gives him joy (Therapy), other times he's portrayed as a stereotypical Mad Scientist who is an Inefficient Sympathetic Villain (the most consistent one, so there are too many episodes to count), other times he's pure evil with zero redeeming factors (The Chain Mail and many Season 1 episodes).
  • Depraved Bisexual: Mr. Widemout outright states Enderman is one. At one point, Enderman hits on Ms. P and Masky, however, Enderman has a surrogate wife in the form of Karen, who he's been with for fifteen years. It's also mentioned that he contacted an escort service to have both men and women sent to his mansion.
  • Diabolical Mastermind: Very cunning and smart. Most of the time, at least.
  • Die, Chair! Die!: Enderman will often destroy scenery in fits of rage.
  • Dirty Coward: He has no problem tormenting his henchmen and the Proxies for fun, but when Slenderman comes into play, Enderman drops his macho act and runs the fuck away.
    • In the "To Proxy Mountain" finale, once things start falling apart for him, the Proxies begin to win the space battle, and Mancala begins killing his mooks, Enderman loses his composure and tries to get in the escape pod, even shoving the Rake out of the way to make his own escape easier.
  • Disney Villain Death: Suffers these quite a lot.
    • In the final battle of "The Chain Mail", Dragon!Enderman tries to fly away as Jeff begins to beat him in their fight. But after Jeff uses Eyeless Jack's power to burn his wings off, he dies when he falls into a nearby ocean, followed by his corpse exploding. However, he somehow survived that and returned for his revenge the following episode.
  • Doom Magnet: Thanks to his stupidity, insanity, and lust for violence, he tends to cause wanton destruction everywhere he goes. He's both hated and feared among his own people for this very reason.
  • Dope Slap: Hands these out to B.O.B on a regular basis.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": He hates being called by his first name, Sheldon.
  • Driven by Envy: He wants to conquer the Under Realm not only for ultimate power, but also to prove he is better than Slenderman.
  • Drone Deployer: It's heavily implied Enderman spies on the Proxies by sending drones near Proxy Mansion.
  • The Eeyore: A more emotional version, but Enderman clearly suffers from depression and is not very cheerful.
  • Eaten Alive: In the ending of "Stranded at Sea", Enderman is apparently eaten by a shark, but he all know how that turned out.
  • Eccentric Millionaire: Possibly rich. He does own a mansion and is able to afford 200 pounds of uranium (although it's possible he just has B.O.B and the Rake steal it for him).
  • Enfant Terrible: When he was a child, he enjoyed of mutilating and torturing small animals (burning a stray cat to death, plucking the eyes out of puppies, poisoning neighborhood birds, and blowing firecrackers in a dog's face) to cope with his neglectful jerkass parents.
  • Enraged by Idiocy: He's easily irritated by stupid people, especially B.O.B and Jeff.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: He's genuinely saddened when Eyeless Jack switches over to the Proxies.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Slenderman. Both are the leaders of a group of people, own mansions, had pretty terrible childhoods, are cruel to their men, and have incredible anger problems and seems to suffer from depression. Clearly, they have more in common than they think they do. The only difference is that Enderman's schemes fall more into the Evil Genius category in comparison to Slenderman's mysterious ways.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: In "To Proxy Mountain", Enderman expresses a rare bit of shock when Laughing Jack is tortured by Zalgo. The Rake, on the other hand, seems to find it quite amusing.
  • Everybody Knew Already: Enderman's secret lair isn't very secret.
    • He frequently apologizes to the Proxies for getting them mixed up in what was supposed to be a tussle between just him and Slenderman.
  • Evil Feels Good: While he does do evil for notoriety, Enderman clearly gets off on destruction and other's suffering.
  • Evil Genius: He can build a supercomputer in only 2 hours and has made many other impressive inventions throughout the series. He also invented the same technology that became Mancala.
  • Evil Gloating: What's the point of being evil if you don't get to revel in your victim's expressions of horror, despair, and hatred?
  • Evil Is Bigger: Is fairly large compared to the Proxies.
  • Evil Is Hammy: He'd probably be as feared as he wanted to be if he wasn't so damn funny.
  • Evil Is Petty: Spending 4 months on teaching a flock of pigeons to shit on Slenderman's limo for instance. He also stepped on multiple flowers in Slenderman's garden, just because.
    • Further emphasized in the Pastamonsters/The Loud House crossover. All of the Loud Family pose a threat to Enderman's scheme, but Enderman insists on only going after Lana because the girl called him old.
  • Evil Laugh: Kinda comes naturally when you're a stereotypical evil mastermind.
  • Evil Old Folks: He's at the very least 60-70 years old.
    Clyde: [narrating] Ah, Enderman. Living proof that dinosaurs once owned the Earth.
  • Evil Plan: Basically to conquer the Under Realm and turn it into a dystopian world named "Endermania", a world where he rules as a dictator. In some episodes, like "The Chain Mail", he seems to have expanded his goal to destroying the Under Realm and conquering the Human World.
  • Expy: He's basically an R-rated version of Plankton from Spongebob Squarepants.
  • Evil Smells Bad: Karen coughs violently on his horrid smell. Enderman refers to it as the "stench of failure".
  • False Friend: To Eyeless Jack, he acts like he has Jack's best interests at heart, but in reality, he looks down on him and sees him only as a tool to advance his motivations.
  • Fatal Flaw:
    • It never occurs to him that any of his plans could ever fail because he's too convinced of his own genius, so if any do, he's caught off-guard and without a backup plan, forcing him to improvise, which he's not very good at doing.
    • He also refuses to learn from his past mistakes and is often very reckless.
  • Faux Affably Evil
  • Final Boss: He's the final enemy the Proxies fight in "The Chain Mail".
  • Final-Exam Boss: For Jeff in "The Chain Mail".
  • Fingerless Hands: He has no fingers. This comes to bite him in the ass when he and his gang battle the Proxies in a rock war; Enderman spends the whole ordeal trying to desperately pick up a single rock while being struck multiple times by the Proxies.
  • Finger-Tenting: He can pulls this off even though he doesn't even have fingers.
  • Foil: Explicitly written as one to Zalgo. In behavior, Zalgo is stoic and secretive where Enderman is demonstrative and a Large Ham. Zalgo turns people to his side through force and blackmail, whereas Enderman uses suggestive mind control. Zalgo is an all-powerful demon while Enderman is a Mad Scientist. Comickit has said that writing Enderman was a challenge because they wanted him to be so thoroughly different from their previous Big Bad but still be a menacing threat.
  • For the Evulz: Although a lot of it is motivated by ambition, Enderman also does what he does because he enjoys reveling in people's suffering and misfortunes just because he's a Card-Carrying Villain. He also tends to subject people to Cold-Blooded Torture and cruel and unusual punishments when angry. And, of course, we see him do this multiple times and know it's not a one-off thing.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Even Zalgo, y'know, the same guy who destroys planets for laughs, doesn't think too highly of him, if Eyeless Jack is right in his statement that Enderman overestimates his role in the Under Rhelm so much he underpays any agent unlucky enough to work for him. In fact, in "Legends of the Multiverse", Zalgo even halfheartedly thanked Jeff, expressing some gratitude for foiling Enderman's hairbrained schemes. Although, B.O.B does calls him "a good friend", but seeing as how this is coming from B.O.B, the statement rings hollow.
    • In one episode, the Rake and B.O.B throw knives at a photo with Enderman's face on it.
  • Friendless Background: He doesn't appear to have any friends outside of B.O.B and the Rake, who are more coworkers than anything.
  • Friendly Enemy: Sally has befriended or shown pity on Enderman on various occasions, with varying success.
  • Freudian Excuse: Enderman has some serious parent issues. He spent his whole life being ignored by them and constantly being compared to Slenderman in a negative light.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Went from a nerdy, bullied, geeky teenager to the potential destroyer of the Under Realm. Deconstructed in a sense, as even though he's more capable than he was as a teenager, he's arguably even more of a loser than ever.
  • Gadgeteer's House: His home is filled to the brim with boobie traps to keep intruders away.
  • General Failure: He really is a moron. His stupidity is usually what prevents him from conquering anything at all (if the Proxies or B.O.B has no interference). The most common assumption for this is that he fully believes his plans have no defects because he is so convinced of his own genius.
  • Gentleman Thief: Easily the most sophisticated of the four.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom: Enderman's eyes glow bright purple in the dark.
  • Genius Ditz: As stated above, Enderman is an evil genius, but is utterly insane and lacks any common sense.
  • Glad I Thought of It: Does this to Karen countless times.
  • Goal in Life: After he topples Slenderman, his dream goal is to start a novelty shop.
  • The Grinch: He hates Christmas because all Santa gives him is a lump of coal every season.
  • Grumpy Bear: Whenever something actually makes him smile, it doesn't last before he's back to this trope, whether it's because of B.O.B, or... well, it's usually B.O.B.
  • Grumpy Old Man: To the point where he tells BEN to get off his lawn, rather than blast him to bits like he usually would've.
  • Guttural Growler: Especially in later seasons.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Enderman has an explosive temper to anything. In fact, questioning his authority and messing with his ego are probably the most dangerous things you can do. Furthermore, he kills people for the slightest offenses towards him.
  • Hates Being Touched: Don't touch him unless you want to be punched or shoved.
  • Hate Sink: Somewhat. While Enderman is very amusing in his villainy, he sometimes goes out of his way to be downright despicable. He's a sociopath who killed Slenderman's previous student by mercilessly torturing him until he died. He also has made several murder attempts on other Proxies. He goes out of his way to ruin the lives of others and break their spirits for no reason other than For the Evulz. He also treats his loyal henchmen like shit and seems to only see them as test subjects. He thoroughly enjoys being evil and shows no sign of stopping up until the entire Under Realm bows before him. Samples of his evil plans include running a casino to become richer than Slenderman, sending robots to destroy Proxy Mansion, covering all of the Under Realm with mustard gas, trying to bomb Sally's birthday party, poisoning New York's water supply, threatening to kill Ticci Tobey's cat unless he betrayed the Proxies, selling poisoned candy to Sally, and using Maltich's Trophy to destroy the universe.
  • Hilariously Abusive Childhood: His mom and dad didn't like him much.
  • Hidden Depths: A group photo of him with B.O.B and the Rake in his office implies that he does indeed love or at least like them to some extent, and seems somewhat uncomfortable, in not annoyed, with B.O.B wanting to change his name.
  • High-Pressure Emotion: His eyes sometimes turn red whenever angry.
  • Hope Crusher: In "The Chain Mail", he could easily obtained the trophy whenever he wanted, but he forced the Rake and B.O.B to wait until Jeff and his team are about to grab it so he could pull it just out of Jeff's grasp, just to fuck with him and the Proxies.
  • Hot-Blooded: Enderman has rather poor impulse control. Compared to Jeff or even the Rake, Enderman seems well-adjusted.
  • Hypocritical Humor:
    • He mocks BEN for constantly using the internet... via texting.
    • Enderman says to Sally: "Tampering with the mail is a federal offense!" Coming from a psychotic, hegemonic, mass murderer, this is just priceless.
    • He frequently mocks stereotypical evil scientists for wearing lab coats, but Enderman's primary choice of clothing when experimenting is, yes, a lab coat.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: This really is his prime ambition and he daydreams about the monsters of the Under Realm recognizing him as a strong leader, and those fantasies often involved the citizens of the Under Realm building statues in his likeness, valuing his input during political meetings, and most of all, giving him their undivided attention. However, it quickly gets overridden by his own desperation and Stupid Evil antics.
  • Implied Death Threat: In the pilot, Jeff and BEN destroy one of Enderman's machines, Enderman gets angry with the two for pushing the machine too far and short-circuiting it. Enderman would also say "You're going down, you fucking punks. At the exact moment I get bored with you, your motherfucking racket... will end."
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: He's more "ineffectual" and less "sympathetic", but has nonetheless become this from season 3 onward.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: His father and mother's cold indifference and being Always Second Best to Slenderman caused him develop issues of feeling less than them. It's highly implied his apparent narcissism is just a mask for self-hatred and clinical depression. According to Comickit, Enderman was actually a sensitive and compassionate man, but began to see himself as inferior due to these perceived "weaknesses", especially next to his more prodigious, ruthless family members.
  • In Harm's Way: It's revealed in "Therapy" that Enderman feels like he's worthless, incompetent, a failure, and an irrelevant old crook. He thought having friends might help him out and having an expensive house might make him feel better. But Enderman, undeniably, is just suited for evil. He thrives on the suffering of others and it's really the only thing that gives him joy. The only way he feels like he's having a good time is running from the police, stealing valuable objects, or just killing and torturing others. He tries so hard to not just be "a stereotypical evil genius", but it keeps coming back to haunt him. And instead of running from it, he embraces it. He's Sheldon Fucking Enderman. And the only way he feels happy and content is with a gun in his hand and a price on his head.
  • In-Series Nickname: A lot of the Proxies call him "Blockhead".
  • Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: When he pulls a One-Winged Angel in "The Chain Mail".
  • In Their Own Image: He states that after he destroys the Under Realm, he will create a robot army to rearrange it as he sees fit.
  • Iron Butt Monkey: He takes a lot of physical and emotional punishment, but typically gets out okay. He's been killed at least four times.
  • It's All About Me: As Enderman himself says in a Facebook post, "Before you ask, I follow no one. Humility is for the humble". B.O.B calls him a friend, but this is B.O.B we're talking about. Even then, Enderman blows B.O.B off as a "clown" he wouldn't even employ to lick his boots. Enderman does get really angry and upset when Eyeless Jack disbands from his company, but it's clear that he only cared about him because he was an efficient henchman, and the main reason he's pissed is that the Proxies "made a fool of him" by ruining the loyalty of his men.
    • It's a subtle detail, but Enderman's room in his mansion is noticeably the only room in the entire house that isn't dilapidated.
  • Jerkass: He treats his henchmen like dirt and goes out of his way the crush the flowers is Slenderman's garden. In "The Chain Mail", he taunts Jeff by hanging the magical trophy just out of Jeff's reach and laughs as Jeff tries and fails to get it, like a bully who stole some kid's favorite hat.
    • When Karen got kidnapped by BEN, his first instinct was to beg for food until he realized she was gone and if it wasn't for B.O.B begging him, he probably would have let the Proxies keep her.
    • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite his cruel nature, he does love his teammates.
    'Karen: Mr. Enderman, you haven't wasted every moment of your life just because you haven't caught all the Proxies you thought you'd catch. I can think of a million of those moments you didn't waste.
    Enderman: Yeah? Like which one?
    Karen: [projects a hologram of Enderman pushing B.O.B on a swing, both of them laughing]
    • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Whenever he seems to have anything remotely resembling a redeeming factor, this is always subverted because of his enjoyment in being evil.
    [B.O.B is listening to music alone in a supply closet. Enderman opens the door and sticks his head in.]
    Enderman: Hey, buddy. Are you—are you busy?
    B.O.B: No. Not really.
    Enderman: You know, B.O.B, it occurs to me that though I've never had a son, there is someone I can always count on to be there. Someone I've begun to think of as family.
    B.O.B: [perks up] Yes?
    Enderman: And that someone is the Rake. See you around, fucktard! [slams the door in B.O.B's face]
  • Kids Are Cruel: To say that Enderman was a horrible child growing up would be a monstrous understatement.
  • Kick the Dog: Does this quite often.
    • The Cold-Blooded Torture and brutal murder of Mr. X is probably his most infamous one.
    • Mocking Jeff by holding Malitch's trophy just out of his reach in "The Chain Mail". He deserved getting beaned in the head with a rock by BEN seconds after.
    • A great example of Enderman's unnecessary cruelty was when Princess Atta respectfully introduces herself, her brother and robotic assistant, C-O9 to Enderman. She tells Enderman that their planet is under attack and they need reinforcements, and they ask only time enough to repair their vessel. Afterward, Enderman pretends to have sympathy for the prince and princess's plight before he has the Rake and B.O.B confiscate their ship and has them put in irons to be forced to build Enderman machines for the rest of their lives. C-09 futilely tries to reason with Enderman, but Enderman cruelly has Karen destroy him. As B.O.B drags the horrified siblings away, Enderman simply laughs at their misery. And Enderman did all this simply because he could.
  • Kill Sat: One of his evil plans involved obliterating Proxy Mansion using this.
  • Knight of Cerebus:
    • Started out this way, at least compared to his Laughably Evil nature present in later seasons. In earlier episodes, he was a sinister, cackling presence that wasn't afraid to look Jeff and BEN in the eye and threaten to kill them. More importantly, he held the intention of wiping out an entire city full of people for the sole purpose of showing of testing a new device; the episode made it explicitly clear Enderman and his team would not stop until they were all dead. Come the actual series, he's much more cowardly and benign, with a characterization that drifts back and forth between "a stereotypical Evil Genius and irresponsible curmudgeon" and "irritable jerkass who gets mad at the Proxies for getting on his lawn".
    • He's much more evil, vicious, and level-headed in "The Chain Mail" than any other episode to the point that he sadistically shows excitement and joy when he thinks he's finally killed BEN, not to mention the fact he eradicated any creature in the forest and expressed joy at the thought of killing the rest of the Proxies and enslaving the Under Realm.
    • In most cases of his epic freakouts. When pushed to his mental limit, Enderman becomes genuinely terrifying and disturbing. It seems as though the aim of several of his freak outs weren't exactly to incite laughter from the audience, but for pure shock value. Take, for a good example, this scene where he very realistically descends into madness while contemplating murdering B.O.B.
  • Lack of Empathy: Enderman is absurdly cruel to basically everyone.
  • Large and in Charge: He's around 6 feet tall and the leader of his own group.
  • Large Ham: He is a stereotypical mad scientist after all.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: His evil schemes backfire regularly.
  • Last-Name Basis: Prefers to be called Enderman instead of his despised first name "Sheldon".
  • Laughably Evil: The Comically Serious kind. It's gotten to the point where the Proxies find it hard to find him an enemy.
  • Laughing Mad: When he goes One-Winged Angel in "The Chain Mail".
  • Lean and Mean: He's just as skinny as he is nasty.
  • LEGO Genetics: A lot of Enderman's plan rely heavily on this.
  • Lethal Chef: It has caused the death of at least one of his former employes.
  • Likes Older Women: He has a thing for M.I.L.Fs.
  • Made of Iron: He's survived getting run over by cars, eaten by sharks, brutally beaten by children wielding bats, and explosions comparable to a supernova.
  • Mad Scientist: A classic example of one.
  • Manipulative Bastard: Tries to be this, with varying success.
  • Mass Hypnosis: One of his plans was to use a TV series to brainwash the Under Realm into becoming his slaves.
  • Meaningless Villain Victory: Any time he actually does win usually doesn't affect the Proxies too much.
  • The Mentally Disturbed: He seems to suffer from chronic depression, paranoia, and is deeply insecure.
  • The Mole: Sometimes acts as one for Zalgo.
  • Mood-Swinger: Suffers from these a lot, especially when it comes to putting up with B.O.B.
  • Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: He is sometimes (rare nowadays) referred to as "Professor Enderman".
  • Mr Exposition: "Wow...WOW! I'm so boring! Do I always explain shit like that?"
  • Mysterious Middle Initial: It's never been revealed what the "C" in his full name is (although it's heavily implied it stands for "Cornelious")
  • Narcissist: Not unlike Slenderman. He once said "No one can defeat me" right before getting his ass handed to him, demanded the Rake and B.O.B to build statues of him every month, and sees anyone who opposes him as "foolish".
    Ms. P: [referring to the Rake and B.O.B] Why split the money with those inferior bone-heads? This is your idea. You should get all the glory.
    Enderman: So true it hurts.
  • Negative Continuity: The series can't decide whether he's rich or simply middle class.
  • Never My Fault:
    • He often blames the failures of her evil plans on B.O.B, Karen, or the Rake; while they do hold some of the blame, a lot of it usually has to do with the fact that his plans tend to be either a) too convoluted to actually work, b)doomed to fail from the start, c) Enderman's own overconfidence and arrogance that his schemes can have no faults, or d) all of the above.
    • Even Karen calls him out on this, saying he should probably take responsibility on his shortcomings and not other people (most often Slenderman), and learn from his mistakes.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: He gets a thrill out of murder.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Managed to be pretty creepy and scary in earlier episodes.
  • Non-Action Big Bad: He rarely fights the Proxies himself, leaving most of the action to B.O.B and the Rake. Subverted in episodes like "The Chain Mail", where he is the Final Boss the Proxies meet on their adventure.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: Was this in earlier episodes before demoted to an Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain.
  • Noodle Incident: Whatever he said that emotionally crushed B.O.B in "Therapy".
  • No Respect Guy: He's the Only Sane Man of the group and the most unlucky.
  • The Noseless
  • No Sense of Personal Space: He frequently invades other's personal spaces.
  • Not So Different:
    • Enderman is surprised to see that both he and BEN are afraid of water.
    • Jeff generally goes to ridiculous extremes in lashing out at the world to get attention, but Enderman nearly levels the city in a selfish rampage.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: Played with. His only interest seems to be to overthrow Slenderman as the face of the Under Realm, and sometimes comes off as too competent to complete a mission. However, he has almost killed BEN and Jeff, tortured Mr. X for a year and sent his mangled corpse to Slenderman, and two of his evil plans involved nuking an entire city.
    • Played straight in "The Chain Mail". Not only does he burn down an entire enchanted forest, he goes One-Winged Angel on the Proxies and nearly kills Jeff and BEN and express sadism bordering on OOC Is Serious Buisness.
  • Offscreen Villainy: A lot of his most evil acts happen off-screen, such as him murdering many Proxies.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: He vows to destroy the Under Rhelm and all its inhabitants. He also plans to move on to destroying the human race once he's done.
  • One-Winged Angel: Uses the power of the trophy to turn himself into a powerful dragon in "The Chain Mail".
  • The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: He must be the one who kills Slenderman.
  • Only Sane Man: Compared to B.O.B and the Rake.
  • Opportunistic Bastard: Enderman will take any chance to overthrow Slenderman no matter how desperate.
  • Overarching Villain: Enderman is almost always involved in the conflict in the Pastamonsters arcs and specials. He serves as the Big Bad for the "Chain Mail" two-parter, is part of the Big Bad Ensemble in "To Proxy Mountain", is a tertiary antagonist in "Legends of the Multiverse", is a secondary villain in "Jeff and the Darkness" arc, the Big Bad of the "Pastamonsters/The Loud House" crossover and the Big Bad of many one-shot episodes.
  • Parental Neglect: Although his childhood was leagues better than Slenderman's, his parents still rarely acknowledged him.
  • Perpetual Frowner: There is rarely a scene where he every cracks a smile. Granted, he doesn't actually smile or frown, due to lacking a mouth, but you can tell from his constantly squinting eyes that he's not enjoying himself.
  • Pay Evil unto Evil: To Slenderman at times.
  • Pet the Dog: In the Pastamonsters short Abducted, after poor B.O.B fails his abduction test, Enderman, seeing B.O.B upset, offers to let him fly the ship back home...only for B.O.B to crash into the ground while trying to lift off.
  • Pistol Whip: Enderman kills Dr. Applcheek by doing this.
  • Pitiful Worms: He outright calls the Proxies "insignificant insects" in "The Chain Mail".
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: He does not allow girls to work for him, although Karen seems to be an exception.
  • Psychopathic Man Child: Enderman has the mind of a genius and can invent powerful machines capable of world domination. He also has a clown at his birthday party and generally misses important engagements to play video games.
  • The Quisling: To Malitch in the "Jeff and the Darkness" story arc.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He wears pink footie-pajamas.
  • The Resenter: A deep, unbridled blistering hatred of Slenderman. One thing Enderman hates is being compared to him. He even makes a Dartboard of Hate out of a portrait of Slenderman.
  • Right-Hand Attack Dog: He has the Rake and B.O.B attack people whenever its necessary.
  • The Rival: To Slenderman, in terms of business. Otherwise, Slenderman is hardly aware of his existence.
  • Robo Speak: A lot of dubs depict him of speaking like this.
  • Robot Master: He's quite skilled at creating giant robots. It's heavily implied Enderman invented the technology that BEN used to create Mancala.
  • Running Gag: Him getting mauled by an animal.
  • Sadist: A prominent characteristic of Enderman is his love of physically and psychologically torturing his enemies. With Jeff, after he's beaten at poker, he steals back the money he lost, breaks his right hand, shoots him in the leg. Throughout the series, Enderman displays very little interest in actually killing anyone and finds them much more fun to be hurt while still living, as seen many times with the Proxies. He even admits to his minions that they didn't even need to kill and torture Mr. X, implying his actions are motivated purely by sadism.
  • Sanity Slippage: When Enderman discovers that people like B.O.B more than him, he initially brushes it off, claiming he merely doesn't care what others think of him. Over the course of the episode, Enderman slowly succumbs to jealousy and anger, even contemplating killing B.O.B in his sleep.
    Enderman: [looking over to B.O.B] His fan club. How they love him. Look at him... lying there asleep. The idol of millions! He's a fool! Blind, silly fucking fool. How easily I could end the farce with these hands, these dirty, fucking hands! And with these hands I hold the fate of millions. They think he's a god, but he's as mortal as we. I know. [stares at B.O.B's neck] Just one quick... snap, and it's over. Just one.
  • Satanic Archetype: Episodes like "The Chain Mail" play him up as this, in contrast with Jeff's Messianic Archetype.
  • The Scream: A lot of episodes end with Enderman screaming in rage.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: His bloodcurdling screams in various instances.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: In the "To Proxy Mountain" finale, he decides to abandon his men when he sees that Mancala is on board his ship and looking for vengeance. He doesn't make it far, though.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Whenever he goes to a meeting.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: He could rival Jeff in terms of pure profanity.
    Enderman: BECAUSE OF YOU I LOST MY FUCKING HAND AND MARRIED A WHORE!!
    B.O.B: How dare you?! She's a nice lady!
    Enderman: YOU ARE SUCH A GODDAMMN FUCKING MORON!!
    B.O.B: You're language is offensive!
    Enderman: FUCK YOU!!!
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: To Jeff on some occasions.
  • Smug Snake: All of his plans are either too convoluted to actually work or doomed to fail from the start, and yet he's under the assumption that he's an evil genius. When in "The Chain Mail" when he's gone One-Winged Angel and is at his most powerful, one mistake leads to his defeat.
  • The Sociopath: After nearly drowning BEN and torturing Laughing Jack, Enderman merrily skips off to play racquetball.
  • Sore Loser: Does not take losing well, ranging from raging to asking for a re-run. He broke Jeff's right hand, had him brutally beaten and mutilated, and shot him in the leg...For beating him at poker.
  • The Southpaw: He is left-handed.
  • Spoiled Brat: It's very, very obvious that it's been a long time since he hasn't had everything he wanted handed to him on a silver platter. It doesn't even occur to him that anyone would actually stand up to him and, when they do, he responds with temper tantrums.
  • Stalker Without a Crush: Enderman occasionally stalks the Proxies using drones, hidden cameras, cloaking devices, etc.
  • Straight Man: Often acts as this when paired with the Rake and B.O.B.
  • Suddenly SHOUTING!: Whenever he starts to get pissed.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Specifically B.O.B and the Rake.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: After his home is being fumigated and he and his gang are left homeless in the meantime, the Proxies of all people are the one he approached to ask for shelter. Turns out it was all a ploy so Enderman could steal from Slenderman's vault and take the Hypno-Crystal.
  • Take Over the City: Never really seems concerned with anything beyond the Under Realm.
  • Tall, Dark, and Snarky: He is about as big as Slenderman, and every bit as snarky.
  • Tantrum Throwing: Whenever he fails, he has B.O.B bend over and kicks his rear end repeatedly.
  • Team Dad: He shares a Team Dad and Team Mom dynamic with Karen among the team.
  • Team Rocket Wins: Actually succeeds in destroying Proxy Mansion at one point.
  • Tears of Fear: Enderman cried and wet himself when he first met Slenderman.
  • Terrified of Germs: Enderman is a germaphobe. In "Germs", he panics when he sees germs on every surface of his house while looking through his germ-finding goggles, and kicks B.O.B out when he sees B.O.B is literally covered in germs.
  • The Shadow Knows: Whenever he uses alchemy to disguise himself, reflections such as pools and mirrors will give him away.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: Enderman has been killed in many episodes, some more ambiguous than the others. He usually comes back in the following episodes with absolutely no explanation.
  • Thinking Out Loud: Has a habit of doing this.
  • Took a Level in Badass: In a very dark way once he becomes a dragon in "The Chain Mail".
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: He's way more irritable and prone to anger after Season 3. Justified seeing as he can only take so many years of failure.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He is very fond of dark chocolate.
  • Tragic Drop Out: He mentions he never made it past the third grade.
  • Truth in Television: Killing animals is often the first sign of psychopathy.
  • Ungrateful Bastard:
    • The Proxies have saved his life on some occasions, yet he still tries to kill them.
    • He verbally abuses B.O.B, the Rake, Eyeless Jack, and even Karen no matter how much they risk to help him (with no reward). No wonder Eyeless Jack realized this and joined the Proxies instead.
  • Unfortunate Names: In the Arcosian dialect, "Enderman" means "Shit".
  • Unknown Rival: Enderman loves to believe Slenderman sees him as a threat, but it's one-sided-not only does Slenderman have no respect for him whatsoever, but most of the time seems only marginally aware of his existence. He and Slenderman have only interacted with each other three times in the course of the entire series (with all of them ending with Enderman quivering in fear at Slenderman's feet), and Slenderman considers him a minor inconvenience if anything.
  • Vague Age: Some episodes describe him as being as old as Slenderman while others pinpoint his age to his in his 60s.
    • When describing certain character's ages, Comickit simply said Enderman was an "old man".
  • Villain Ball: Enderman holds it pretty hard in the Pastamonsters/The Loud House crossover, but the worst is when he, B.O.B and the Rake have everything they need to win, at least temporarily — they have the nuke primed and ready to destroy Royal Woods with literally the flip of a switch and have enought time to make a quick getaway back to the Under Realm to escape the blast radius and nuclear fallout, but Enderman gives up the perfect opportunity to launch the missile and instead decides he wants to strap Lana to the nuke, soley because she called him "old." Even given that Enderman had been shown many times beforehand to be vain, self-centered, arrogant and vindictive, you would still think he would kill two birds with one stone and launch the missile at Royal Words and kill Lana in the explosion.
  • Villain Decay: He's not even close to being as evil as he used to be.
  • Virtue Is Weakness: He mocks Lara's belief that there is good in everyone.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Even as an all-powerful dragon, Enderman can still be brought down by water.
  • We Can Rule Together: He always offers the Proxies a partnership. As his sidekicks, of course.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: The main reason Enderman hates Slenderman is because his mother and father always praised Slenderman while criticizing him.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: He is afraid of water, snakes, mice, and Slenderman.
  • Would Hit a Girl: At one point, he tries to gun down Lara with a mini-gun.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Enderman has zero qualms over harming and killing children, as demonstrated below.
    • He once shot at BEN with a grenade launcher, though BEN was able to evade every shot. He also tried to turn Sally and BEN into cyborg slaves.
    • In one particularly gruesome overtaking, Enderman kidnapped a number of Proxy children, and either had them slowly dismembered and eaten, turned into mutated animals using dark magic or returned them to their homes has horrible parodies of themselves; he had dismembered them and sown their body parts together at random.
    • Kidnaps Sally, an 8-year-old girl, and outright threatens to feed her to the Rake if the Proxies don't surrender Slenderman's magic ceramic egg.
    • In the Pastamonsters/The Loud House crossover, after kidnapping Lana, he traps the Loud Family (Lola, Lucy, and even Lily included) in a room slowly filling with water while gleefully telling them they only have few hours to live before the entire room is filled with water.

    The Rake 

The Rake

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"Never turn your back on me!"

The Rake is a mysterious creature that many believe might be alien in origin. The Rake is feared for his freakish appearance and for his ferocity to victims. Various accounts also revealed that many encounters often ended with the victims committing suicide. He is also Enderman's top henchman.


  • Abhorrent Admirer: The Rake likes Ms. P. She finds it repulsive.
  • Amusing Injuries: During the Mexican Standoff in "The Chain Mail", he gets shot in the leg... the exact same leg he shot himself in to let Enderman and B.O.B escape in an earlier encounter with the Proxies. He even cries out "Same fucking leg!", as if to say "What are the odds?"
  • Animal Motifs: The Rake sometimes barks like a dog when threatened.
  • Arch-Enemy: For Smile.
  • Ascended to Carnivorism: He eats the flesh of humans and animals alike.
  • Ax-Crazy: He's extremely homicidal in any given situation. His solution to every problem is to murder it and ask questions later. This is notable in his first appearance, where he nearly disembowels Smile just for not taking him seriously.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: He wears one when Enderman opens a casino.
  • Bad Boss: He treats B.O.B like a scratching post, has the guy carry him everywhere, pushes him around (usually physically), and doesn't even let him eat some ants during the team's vacation.
  • Bad People Abuse Animals: The Rake is a dog and cat killer.
  • Barbie Doll Anatomy: He has no visible genitalia.
  • Beast Man: Not even he knows what he is.
  • Berserk Button: Do not insult him if you value your life.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He comes across as an eccentric, slightly dim-witted goofball, but don't let that fool you. He's more than willing to harm you and your loved ones if you get on his bad side.
  • Black Eyes of Crazy
  • Black Eyes of Evil
  • Blood Knight: He enjoys challenging others.
  • Book Dumb: He can't even count how many fingers are on his hand but is pretty good at tracking people in the woods and planning attack strategy.
  • The Bully: To Smile.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: He relishes the fact he's sadistic, evil and monstrous. And he's one of the few characters that can manage both this and being absolutely terrifying. - he seems to particularly enjoy killing widows, children, cripples, and beggars.
  • Carnivores Are Mean: He's shown eating people on-screen. He torments the starving humans Enderman has captured by chewing on a chicken drumstick in front of them and then asking them to pick out a piece of meat from his teeth.
  • Co-Dragons: He and B.O.B are both Endermans dragons.
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: He enjoys doing this to others. He gave Enderman a hand in torturing Mr. X to death.
  • The Comically Serious: Most of the time he is unusually serious but even he can contrast with the silliness of B.O.B.
  • Determinator: Joke of a villain or not, he is determined to kill the Proxies.
  • Dirty Coward: He abandons Enderman to die when the Stiltwalker comes chasing them.
  • The Dragon: Subverted in that he's actually more competent and menacing than his master, making him a Dragon-in-Chief.
    • Dragon-in-Chief: As stated above, the Rake is a supreme combatant and a relentless psychopath, killing and devouring people for sick kicks while Enderman does little more than apparently issue him the orders.
  • The Dreaded: While the Proxies react to other evil creatures with respect, they face the Rake with disgust and even fear.
  • Dumb Muscle: Big, mean, and dumb. Also somewhat lazy off-duty.
  • Eaten Alive: Implied to be his favorite way of disposing of others.
  • Eats Babies: One of the things on the Rake's to-do list says "Finish those leftover baby legs".
  • Establishing Character Moment: His introduction in the very first episode firmly establishes him as an egotistical asshole who clearly has little respect for others, even attempting to disembowel Smile for making some wisecracks. If that doesn't get across that he's not exactly a pleasant guy, the episode "By The Book" (where he tortures BEN using his fear of water, for laughs) certainly does.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He openly admits that Zalgo and X are crazy, even by his standards.
  • Evil Laugh: Given that he's a Card-Carrying Villain, he laughs a lot.
  • Eviler Than Thou: He pulls this on Enderman multiple times.
  • Evil Counterpart:
    • Word of God says the Rake is supposed to be this to Smile, and it shows. Both are the assistance to the main antagonist and main protagonist respectively. The only difference is that while Smile has Undying Loyalty, the Rake has Chronic Back Stabbing Disorder.
    • Word of God also has stated that the Rake and Eyeless Jack are the supernatural beings in the Under Realm. Comickit characterizes them as "demons"; Jack is a good "demon" and the Rake is an evil one.
  • Evil Has a Bad Sense of Humor: In his third appearance, he almost chokes Eyeless Jack to death for making a few jokes at his expense, and is shown to have a very low tolerance for mirth in general. It also extends to his own attempts at wisecracks - due to his snide, arrogant personality, most of them fall flat.
  • Evil Is Hammy: He's prone to over-the-top scary and evil lines in an attempt to make himself look more intimidating.
  • Family of Choice: B.O.B sees Enderman as his father, much to Enderman's chagrin.
  • Fangs Are Evil
  • Fantastic Racism: He abhors Lara simply for being human.
  • Foil: The Rake and Smile Dog are near complete opposites of each other. Smile Dog is an Animalistic Abomination that sticks with his friends even with his life on the line and is also not very bright or smart. Smile Dog can also be pretty kind to humans provided they treat him nicely. The Rake is a Humanoid Abomination that is willing to betray anyone to stay alive, is a very efficient solo hunter, and has the very clear motive of killing whatever he comes into contact with.
  • For the Evulz: He takes perverse pleasure in murdering and torturing the living crap out of others, to the point that he becomes obsessed with making sure the Proxies don't escape his clutches.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: Jeff reveals he sometimes plays tennis with the Rake on weekends.
  • Greedy Jew:... Well, he is a thief.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He is very irritable and snaps when he believes he's being disrespected.
  • Hate Sink: An in-universe example. Much like Enderman, he is widely disliked by the residents of the Under Realm, to the point of being consistently booed throughout the killing tournament.
  • High-Voltage Death: One of his many deaths had him electrocuted when BEN shoves a toaster into a pool the Rake fell in.
  • Hunting the Most Dangerous Game: Humans are his favorite prey.
  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Enderman is infuriated by B.O.B's stupidity and remarks that the Rake is ten times more intelligent than him. Nothing we see contradicts this assumption.
  • I Am Not Weasel: He is constantly mistaken for a hairless dog.
  • Ignored Epiphany: When Sally tries to reform him:
    The Rake: "I must ask, was all that evil worthwhile? Perhaps, when once again adored by millions, I'll look upon those less fortunate with kindness. Or, maybe... not! Ha-ha-ha!"
  • Informed Judaism: The Rake has a few lines that heavily imply he's Jewish.
    • When he and Enderman see the money they'll earn by selling humans to an unknown alien race, Enderman says to himself "Merry Christmas, Enderman" while the Rake says "Happy Hanukkah, Rake".
    • In "The Chain Mail", he threatens BEN by saying "American don't fly to the Promised Land, little buddy".
  • Jerkass: The Rake is an impatient and bitter jerk who doesn't show any respect for any other character, not even his boss, who decides to work with him out of desperation. He frequently intimidates and threatens his assistants, B.O.B and Eyeless Jack, is progressively crueler and snider to Smile as the story progresses out of mere envy and displays sadistic enjoyment out of tormenting Jeff and BEN, seeing Ms. P and Laughing Jack getting kidnapped and possibly torturing Sally to death.
  • Kick the Dog:
    • A literal example. He regularly hurts and torments Smile as a hobby. On multiple times, he's tried to kill him.
    • Mocking BEN for his fear of water was also just a dick move.
    • He also aided Enderman in the violent torture and murder of Mr. X.
  • Know-Nothing Know-It-All: When Laughing Jack and Jane the Killer infiltrate Enderman's spaceship disguised as B.O.B and Karen respectively, the Rake rants to the disguised Jane that the reason he hasn't killed the Proxies is that "The Proxies are cowards". He then comments about how the Proxies hasn't shown their faces around Enderman's ship before bragging about how he'd easily "see through their phony disguises", completely unaware that a Proxy was literally right next to him.
  • Large Ham: Naturally.
  • Last of His Kind: According to Comickit.
  • Laughably Evil: He's just as goofy as he is scary.
  • Lean and Mean: He is very skinny and very cruel.
  • More Teeth than the Osmond Family: His mouth resembles that of a goblin shark.
  • Nerd Glasses: Wore some when disguised as a Monster in the "High School" arc.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: A psychotic killer who revels in the suffering and death of others.
  • Organ Theft: Heavily implied by Enderman.
  • Pet the Dog: He does care somewhat for his comrades enough to save them from a Seedeater (although it's revealed he only did it to get a quick meal).
  • Politicallyincorrect Villain: Like most Monsters, the Rake has an intense disdain for humans, often targeting Lara exclusively for being human.
  • Primal Stance: He moves like an animal, often running in a crouch.
  • Psycho for Hire: The Rake is employed by Enderman, and clearly gets off on murder and the suffering of others.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Like a lot of Monsters, he has red pupils with black irises.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to B.O.B and Enderman's Blue.
  • Sadist: The Rake lives for the pain of others.
  • Scary Teeth: Jagged, sharp, used for piercing flesh.
    Huckleberry: But... this guy was real. I mean, he had black, gnarly toenail, and he had them real horrible teeth, and they were all rotten and everything, and... and... Oh, I... I know for sure he never does brush 'em.
  • Serial Killer: Imagine Charles Manson if he was an Humanoid Abomination.
  • Snake Talk
  • The Sociopath: He is manipulative, self-centered, kills for pleasure, and shows no remorse for his crimes.
  • The Starscream: It's implied he plans on killing Enderman if his Evil Plan succeeds.
  • Team Pet: Sorta, though it's ambiguous whether he's supposed to represent an attack dog or an ax-crazy bodyguard, he seems to be this to the gang to some degree. One scene shows him begging Enderman for treats and catching a human hand tossed to him in his mouth.
  • To Serve Man: The Rake thrives off the flesh and blood of humans, although he is also willing to eat other Monsters as well. Not only does he eat them, he eats them very slowly and makes sure they're alive and conscious for as long as possible.
    The Rake: [to Lara] I eat little girls like you.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Small animals like Smile.
  • Wolverine Claws
  • Would Hurt a Child: He begs Enderman to let him eat Sally at one point. He also had no problem trying to drown BEN again.
    • In the Pastamonsters/The Loud House crossover, the Rake breaks into the Loud Family's home and tries to kill every single family member. Even worse, Enderman merely told the Rake to get the nuclear detonator back from Lana, so the Rake decided to kill them all merely because he wanted to.

    B.O.B 

B.O.B

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"I LOVE PUPPIES!!!"

The Brutal Obscene Beast or B.O.B for short is a creature that is said as having a similar appearance to The Rake except he is arm-less, has tiny eyes and has male genitalia. BOB is a man-made creature that was created by scientists that later escaped. Unlike the Rake, who relies on stealth and cunning, BOB attacks mostly using instinct and ferocity. He later became Enderman's dim-witted henchman. His hobbies include dumpster diving and eating worms.


  • Achievements in Ignorance: In "Mayor B.O.B" he successfully conquered the Under Realm while Bigmouth was out sick.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: He was fired from his old job for masturbating constantly behind his desk.
  • A Day in the Limelight: Is the man character of the short Abducted, which is a short where Enderman teaches B.O.B how to abduct people.
  • Adorkable: He can be pretty friendly, playful, comedic, and goofy.
  • Affably Evil: Nice and friendly, even trying to tell funny stories to the Proxies. He even gives the Creatures a friendly warning when Enderman asks them to join his ranks, having himself made Enderman angry one too many times:
    Do as he says! You don't want to make him angry! Believe me!
  • Ambiguous Disorder: B.O.B likely suffers from extreme mental retardation and Down Syndrome.
  • Ambiguous Innocence: B.O.B is often portrayed as being rather innocent and absent-minded. However, it's been shown that B.O.B has some rather disturbing habits even when not serving Enderman. For instance, when he becomes Mayor of the Under Realm, his first order of business was to have every baby fed to him. B.O.B is also implied to enjoy killing small animals when off-duty. B.O.B is, indeed, innocent — it is hard to imagine he even has the mental capacity to understand that there is a difference between right and wrong, much less know what that difference is. B.O.B often relishes in destruction only seemingly without malice, but an increase in understanding and competence would simply provide the needed motivation to apply that destructive force purposefully. In short, just because he's dumb and innocent doesn't mean he'd be a sweet-tempered do-gooder if left to his own devices.
  • Ambiguously Evil: Whereas Enderman, the Rake, and Karen are evil and scheming, B.O.B is too dumb to realize what he's doing is wrong. If Enderman wasn't around he probably wouldn't even be a villain.
  • Anti-Villain: He's really only a bad guy because he works for Enderman.
  • Armless Biped
  • Ate It All: The primary reason Enderman refuses to hold Thanksgiving parties at the mansion.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: He's easily distracted by anything. You know it, pancakes, squirrels, snow, dirt, shiny balls, keys, flowers, whatever.
  • Badass Adorable: Fairly Ugly Cute and innocent, but he was able to take over the Under Realm fairly easily and he wasn't even on duty.
  • Bad People Abuse Animals: B.O.B is implied to eat and kill dogs, rabbits, birds... Any animal it seems.
    B.O.B: [Mancala is banging on the door that Enderman barred, trying to kill him and B.O.B] I'm scared. Mr. Enderman, is dying scary?
    Enderman: I don't know, but from the look in that stray cat's eyes when you're pushing on its windpipe and eating it's organs, I think it's pretty terrifying.
  • Bald of Evil: He has no hair.
  • Barbie Doll Anatomy: Unlike his original counterpart, he has no visible genitalia.
  • Berserk Button: He often goes on rampages when sometime greatly upsets him. Examples include Enderman not getting him a birthday present (a Man Hug to be specific), and being called stupid.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: B.O.B can be pretty respectable, but piss him off and you will pay.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: B.O.B merrily skips around and sings songs and acts like a total buffoon. But if Enderman gives him an order, he'll kill anyone who gets in his way.
  • Big Eater: He eats dirt, people, small animals, snot, glitter, Play Doh, trash, car parts, concrete, etc. He even took a bite out of Enderman's living room TV.
  • The Big Guy: He's the most likely to do the physical work in the group.
  • Big "NEVER!": B.O.B says this when BEN asks him if he's had enough of losing. It would be an awesome moment, but in context it just makes him look like an idiot.
  • Big, Stupid Doodoo-Head: A lot of his insults amount to something like this.
  • Bizarre Taste in Food: He loves eating dirt, beer bottles, and cart parts. In one episode, he eats a used diaper.
  • Blank Stare: His default expression whenever he's not smiling.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: We have no idea what's going on in that mind of his, and to be honest, it's best to not find out.
  • Body Horror: To an extent.
  • Break the Cutie: In "Therapy", B.O.B suffers an off-screen one.
  • British Teeth: His teeth are black and crooked, possibly due to his eating habits.
  • The Brute: He's the strongest of the four.
  • Buffy Speak: He talks like this due to not being very smart.
  • Bullying a Dragon: He honestly thought bragging to Miss. P about how he would kill Sally was a good idea.
  • Bumbling Sidekick: To Enderman.
  • Butt-Monkey: Suffers a lot at the hands of Enderman and the Rake. He doesn't mind too much.
  • Cannot Keep a Secret: The number of times he's spilled the beans on Enderman's next evil plot is innumerable.
  • Captain Obvious: He tends to shout whatever he is doing at that particular moment.
    B.O.B: [while drilling a hole in Enderman's wall] I'M DRILLING!!
  • Casanova Wannabe: If his behavior around Ms. P is any understanding.
  • Catch-Phrase:
    • "I LIVE (insert object or food here)!!"
    • "YES SIR, MR. ENDERMAN, SIR!!"
    • "DIIIIRRRT!!!"
  • Chaotic Stupid: He does stupid things either out of sheer stupidy or his own amusement.
  • Characterization Marches On: In earlier episodes, B.O.B was much more malicious and was a Card-Carrying Villain. Nowadays, his personality is akin to a child who doesn't know any better.
  • Co-Dragons: B.O.B and the Rake are this to Enderman.
  • Comically Missing the Point: He has a tendency to do this, oftentimes not realizing the seriousness of the situations he puts his friends in, such as when Enderman uses his phone to track his phone and van to see where Jeff went. When the Rake tries to say something about it, B.O.B makes it a point that losing a phone is Serious Business, because he has over 60 apps on his phone, and that it would take a lot of time to put them all back in if he lost it.
  • Confusion Fu: He moves fast, grabs the closest targets with his teeth, and attempt to kill people usually by eating them. He also sometimes crawls, jumps, runs, and has no reasonable pattern to predict who he attacks or where he goes.
  • Crazy Homeless People: Implied to have become this; he can be briefly seen sleeping on the sidewalk in "Gym".
  • Cuddle Bug: He really likes giving out hugs. I bit too much.
  • Dissonant Serenity: He's always cheerful and upbeat. Even when faced with a Stiltwalker he only shouts "I WANNA PET 'EM!!"
  • The Ditz: How exactly stupid he is zigzagged. Sometimes, he has small signs of intelligence and can speak (albeit barely) fluent sentences. Sometimes, he's actually competent, mainly in the episode "Make New Friends But Keep Sally" (although not without his ditzy moments). Most of the time, he is almost completely stupid (making Jeff look like a rocket scientist) and uses Hulk Speak. He is (rather conveniently) especially stupid in any episode where Enderman is the Big Bad.
  • Drives Like Crazy: In "The Chain Mail", Enderman realized letting B.O.B steer the water raft was a bad idea a little too late.
  • Dragon Their Feet: He usually lasts longer than Enderman when in a battle.
  • Dumbass Has a Point: When Enderman figures out that B.O.B accidentally gave Jeff a super serum instead of poison, B.O.B rather fairly points out that all of Enderman's vials look the same and he should figure out a better way to label them.
  • Dumb Muscle: B.O.B doesn't know how to fight, he doesn't know how to talk, he doesn't know how to do anything on his own (he usually just bangs his head on a wall and eats random things when off-duty)
  • Dumpster Dive: He likes to rummage through the dumpsters in the Under Realm and Human World, usually looking for left-over food or objects to eat.
  • Eaten Alive: The fate of anything he gets a hold of.
  • Eats Babies: His first order of business as major of the Under Realm was to have every baby fed to him.
  • Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: He talks like this almost all the time.
  • Extreme Doormat: He takes Enderman and the Rake's constant abuse with a smile and continues serving him.
  • Extreme Omnivore: He'll eat anything. A human, animals, bricks, dirt, worms, snow, glass...
  • Extremity Extremist: B.O.B almost exclusively uses headbutts in a fight. Justified, seeing as how he has no arms.
  • Fatal Flaw: Obviously, he's not very bright.
  • Feel No Pain: B.O.B is completely immune to pain (he lacks the brain power to feel pain), making putting him down very difficult. He even eats glass at one point and smiles even as blood gushes down his mouth.
  • Fragile Flower: He tends to get emotionally hurt and cry easily.
  • Foil: To Enderman and the Rake in terms of intelligence and behavior.
  • The Fool: Despite being easily the dumbest out of the group, B.O.B tends to suffer the least amount of Amusing Injuries out of all of them.
  • Forgetful Jones: If there are any other traits B.O.B if known for besides his unintelligence, it's his horrible memory; for example, in the episode "Robbing Spree" Enderman, the Rake, and B.O.B plan to rob the Proxies blind while they're away at the beach. B.O.B's job is clearly to be extra muscle and get Enderman's explosives that Slenderman has stolen from his years ago. When the Rake and Enderman enter the mansion, we clearly see that B.O.B has entered the mansion on the opposite side of the building, and walks right into the room containing the explosives. But literally in the very next panel, we see B.O.B, empty-handed, next to Enderman and the Rake, staring blankly at the mansion. No joke, B.O.B is standing right next to Enderman and the Rake, in the lounge room, with no explosives to be seen. This is undeniable proof that B.O.B is as smart as a bag of hammers. He broke into the lockup, where Enderman's explosives are located, forgot what he was supposed to do, went all the way across the mansion to ask Enderman what he was supposed to do, saw Enderman and the Rake at the entrance of the mansion, immediately remembered "Oh, yeah, I gotta get the toys!", and went all the way across the mansion to the lockup where the explosives are, put them in a little metal cart and ran across the mansion where they're were multiple security cameras, and made his way back to Enderman and the Rake.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: He is Enderman's muscle, but the Rake and Enderman himself don't seem to like him very much.
  • Friend to All Children: Turns out B.O.B is great with kids. He's also apparently a scout leader.
  • The Gadfly: He enjoys calling Enderman "Sheldon" because he knows it bothers him. Enderman responds by putting B.O.B in the electric chair.
  • Gasshole: He farts constantly, much to Karen and Enderman's dismay.
  • Gentle Giant: A pretty big guy and doesn't really commit evil for fun.
  • The Glomp: He loves anything cute and has hung onto Enderman and the Rake many times.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: Comickit has once stated B.O.B liked to play with Sally, only for it to go south because B.O.B keeps eating her stuffed animals.
  • Good Angel, Bad Angel: Has a pair of these, which basically look like himself dressed as a stereotypical angel and devil respectively. They're also Cloudcuckoolanders like him, so their conversations tend to quickly go off the rails. He's the only one who can see them, so it deeply confuses others when they see him talking to them.
  • Gosh Darn It to Heck!: He almost never cusses.
    Enderman: GODDAMN IT!!!
    B.O.B: Gosh darn it!
    Enderman: FUCK
    B.O.B: FREAK!
    Enderman: SHIT!!
    B.O.B: SHOOT!
  • Graceful Loser: When Jeff manages to outsmart him and string him up on the ceiling;
    B.O.B: Ah! I see whatcha did there! Well played, sir!
  • Handy Feet: B.O.B often substitutes his feet for hands.
  • Hidden Depths: B.O.B has been shown multiple times to have some fairly amazing talents despite his stupidity.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: B.O.B seems to be completely unaware of how big of a Jerkass Enderman and the Rake are. Enderman constantly subjects B.O.B to lethal experiments while the Rake physically punches and claws B.O.B as punishment, but B.O.B still considers them great friends who he will die without.
  • Hotblooded: B.O.B gets pumped up pretty quickly.
  • Hulk Speak: Sometimes delves into this.
  • The Hyena: He laughs at everything.
  • I Am A Humanitarian: When killing time with Enderman and the Rake, B.O.B can be seen happily munching on a human foot.
  • The Igor: To Enderman.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: B.O.B, is frankly too stupid to really realize what's going on, and doesn't really have a malicious bone in his body - if anything, he seems to have fallen in with a bad crowd.
  • Insult Backfire:
    Enderman: You are literally too fucking stupid to insult.
    B.O.B: Thank you.
  • Iron Butt Monkey: A punching bag for Enderman he may be, but no matter what kind of abuse Enderman sends his way, he's never worse for the wear.
  • Keet: An evil version, but it still counts.
  • Lethally Stupid: He might seem harmless, but he is very deadly to others if he gets a hold of them.
  • Literal-Minded: A lot of the time Enderman's plans are screwed up over B.O.B following the Exact Words of Enderman's plans.
    • Enderman is to face off against Mayor Bigmouth in a poker match, where if Enderman wins he'll become mayor of the Under Realm. Enderman rigs the match, wherein the third round, he'll throw the game (meaning intentionally lose), so that Bigmouth will win, and in the final round, Enderman will pull out the winning hand and win the game. When the match is going, the plan appears to be working, when suddenly, B.O.B grabs the game table, and tosses it out the window, apparently taking Enderman's words too literally.
    B.O.B: What? You said you wanted me to "throw the game"!
    • When Enderman tells him to make his bed, B.O.B actually makes Enderman a new bed out of wood, entirely from scratch.
    • When Enderman is having a garage sale of all his evil inventions, B.O.B literally tries to sell Enderman's garage.
    • When Enderman decides to spy on Slenderman and the Proxies and wait for all of them to leave the home, B.O.B thinks a stakeout involves eating steak, and asks if the group minds him making it a "dirtout", because dirt tastes better.
    • There's also this exchange:
    Enderman: Oh, put a fuckin' cork in it!
    B.O.B: But I don't even have a cork!
    Enderman: ARGHHHH!!!
  • Made of Iron: There isn't a lot of things that can put him in the hospital. He's survived getting electrocuted by 500,000 volts, ran over by a car (the car bounced off of him), smiled after taking a hammer to the head, getting stabbed in the stomach, and is comfortable in sub-zero temperatures without any clothes.
  • Major Injury Underreaction: His response to being stabbed in the stomach is "I LIKE SNOW!"
  • Mayor Pain: Temporarily becomes the Under Realm's mayor when Bigmouth becomes sick. It goes about as well as you expect.
  • The Millstone: He has indirectly caused nearly every single bad thing that happens to Enderman's gang.
  • Minion with an F in Evil: He only follows what Enderman says while having no real malice to Proxies.
    • In the Pastamonsters/The Loud House, when Enderman infiltrates the Loud Family's house by saying they're distant relatives, it seems B.O.B actually believes this. He plays games with the kids, has a blast, and doesn't leave without thanking them for the food and urging their parents to not wait until the next family reunion for a get-together.
  • Morality Pet: The only real reason Enderman tried to plan a rescue of Karen was because of B.O.B's unhappiness.
  • New Jobs As The Plot Demands: He works as Enderman's assistant, a cashier at Mc Donald's, a beekeeper, commercial fisherman, a chicken farmer (he ran out of chickens because he kept eating them), and a boom operator.
  • Nice Guy: In spite of having a murderous villain of a boss, and a co-worker who disembowels people for fun, B.O.B is, ultimately, a fairly nice character. Though he makes attempts to perform villainous acts, his buffoonish nature often gets in the way of this; his ultimate agenda usually focusing around keeping peace and some form of stability within Enderman's life.
  • No Indoor Voice: He screams half of his dialogue.
  • No-Sell: He as a habit of doing this, do to his ability to Feel No Pain.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: For some reason, B.O.B is slightly more level-headed in "Make New Friends But Keep Sally", where he spends the entire episode trying to kill Sally and Ms. P. It's easily the most intimidating he's ever been portrayed.
  • Perpetual Smiler: He almost always has a dumb smile on his face, which pisses Enderman off greatly.
  • The Pig Pen: He loves swimming in (and eating) mud.
  • The Pollyanna: B.O.B is happy and optimistic in any given situation, bordering on Dissonant Serenity.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: He's just doing what Enderman tells him. He holds no real malice towards the Proxies or Slenderman.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: B.O.B really likes hugs. He also states at one point he wants to open his own dress shop.
  • Sarcasm-Blind: Due to being Literal-Minded.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: Particularly when Jeff dumps a bucket of burning oil on him.
  • Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Sensitive Guy to Enderman and the Rake's Manly Man; whenever he notices just how hurt Enderman is, he tries cheers him up by singing him songs, which usually ends up annoying him more.
  • Signature Move: He sure loves head-butting people. Justified seeing as how he doesn't have any arms.
  • Simpleton Voice: B.O.B often speaks in broken English or improper grammar. When talking, he often say words in the phonetical style, such as "nome" (gnome), "keel" (kill), "eediot" (idiot), "gud" (good), "woomun" (woman), "mouf" (mouth), "juss" (just), and "stoopid" (stupid). They also say "me" instead of "I'. He also writes this way (i.e., a valentine sent to the Proxies reading "Hapy valeentine day, proxis! Me keel yu ded, Me eet yu hed"). He also speak in an unusual font: his dialogue is shown in crude, lower-case letters (sometimes shown in capitals when they yell, scream or talk loudly). Enderman once claimed he has a speech impediment.
  • Strong as They Need to Be: There are considerable inconsistencies with regard to B.O.B's ability to beat Proxies. In some episodes, Jeff is capable of fighting him off easily (even one-hit K Oing him with a led pipe). Other times Jeff stands no chance against him without outside help. In some episodes B.O.B goes full One-Man Army and can easily beat all the Proxies at once.
  • Super Gullible: To say B.O.B is easily tricked is an understatement.
  • Super Strength: At one point, he causes an entire mountain to collapse by simply headbutting it.
  • Too Dumb to Live
  • To Serve Man: He thinks humans are very tasty.
  • Token Good Teammate: He's not really evil, just following whatever the Enderman, the Rake, and Karen do. B.O.B probably wouldn't even be evil if it weren't for them.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: The scarily deformed monster who delights in eating people and household pets, and causing general chaos and panic? His name is Bob.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Dirt, which is borderline obsessed with.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In "The Chain Mail", he accidentally gives Enderman the idea to go after Malitch's trophy.
  • Unwitting Test Subject: Enderman often uses B.O.B as a test subject for his experiments.
  • Vile Villain, Laughable Lackey: Has this dynamic with Enderman and the Rake.
  • Would Hurt a Child: As stated above, he eats babies. Aside from that, "Make New Friends But Keep Sally", he spends the entire episode trying to kill Sally.
  • Yes-Man: If Enderman told B.O.B to jump off a cliff, B.O.B would try to do a cannonball on the way down.

     Karen 

Karen

An advanced supercomputer made to assist Enderman in his evil schemes.


  • Braces of Orthodontic Overkill: One of the photos in the gang's photo album reveals Karen used to wear braces.
  • Child Hater: She hates children and thinks they are "useless".
  • Creepy Monotone: Justified since she's an A.I.
  • Damsel in Distress: BEN kidnapped her for a few weeks in an attempt to get Enderman and his gang to stop trying to kill him. He eventually returned her when he realized Enderman really didn't care and BEN was only hurting B.O.B.
  • Dark Action Girl: Well, she was designed to be female, has a female voice, and is equipped with many weapons.
  • Dark Mistress: It's heavily implied shes this to Enderman.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Sometimes delves into this when Enderman fails.
  • Equippable Ally: Whenever Enderman needs her on the field, she can be converted into a watch. Karen herself is filled to birth with knives, lasers, Knockout Gas, and whatever object is convenient for Enderman to use.
  • I Have Your Wife: She fulfills this role when BEN kidnaps her. BEN eventually (albeit with extreme reluctance) returns her to him.
  • Interspecies Romance: It's heavily implied that she also works as Enderman's mistress. Maybe averted if you see Enderman himself as a robot.
  • Killer Robot: One of the buttons on her touchpad says "Instant Kill Mode".
  • Lack of Empathy: Zigzagged. On one hand, Karen can be fairly nurturing and even motherly to B.O.B. Other times, however, she would be willing to betray him and the Rake in a second in favor of obeying Enderman. She even says to Jeff that she cannot feel for others because she physically does not have a heart.
  • Logic Bomb: In one instance, BEN overloaded Karen by forcing her to calculate the exact value of pi.
  • Only Sane Man: In that, she constantly has to remind Enderman, B.O.B, and the Rake not to argue and bicker with each other.
  • Pet the Dog: She likes to think she's emotionless, but otherwise cares for Enderman, B.O.B, and the Rake.
  • Robotic Spouse: Enderman never calls her his wife or anything, but she's so personable and intelligent that she basically becomes a wife of some sort towards Enderman, nagging him and constantly reminding him to do chores saved for the Rake and B.O.B.
  • Sassy Secretary: She has her moments.
  • Satellite Character: She usually only interacts with Enderman, B.O.B, and the Rake and whoever else comes into their mansion. Justified, seeing as she's a mostly immobile computer who is permanently stationed in the mansion most of the time.
  • Shock and Awe: He has a taser implemented that she uses to knock out Enderman's enemies.
  • The Smart Girl: Acts as the brains of the team, moreso than Enderman.
  • Spell My Name with a "The": She always refers to the Rake as "Mr. the Rake".
  • Sudden Anatomy: She apparently has lungs, as she gags and coughs on Enderman's foul stench.
  • Talking Weapon: A robot equipped with any weapon Enderman desires.
  • Team Mom: She's fairly nurturing and helpful towards B.O.B and sometimes the Rake though, like many Team Moms, she can also be quite bossy too and is known to bicker Like an Old Married Couple with Enderman.
  • Thing-O-Meter: Apparently Karen has a "Kill-O-Meter" in her head, divided into five levels: Safe, Not Safe, Run, Super Saiyan, and You're Fucked.
  • Undying Loyalty: Karen will always obey Enderman even if it means letting B.O.B and the Rake die.
  • Women Are Wiser: Although her advice and ideas always fall under Enderman's deaf ears.

Experiments

     Nick 
Nick is a human kid and one of Enderman's test subjects, who Enderman performs experiments on to test human "happiness centers".
  • Biting-the-Hand Humor: His shirt bears an object very similar the Deviantart logo. Given his excessively happy nature, it's likely that the character was created as an act of ridicule against the studio, as they did not permit Comickit to incorporate some of their intended ideas into most of the episodes (such as the excessive blood, cursing, or characters getting killed) and forced Comickit to change them to make the episodes tamer (although they have since relented on doing this). Deviantart didn't even seem to realize that Nick was based on them, even though it was rather blatant. Through the character Nick, he was apparently subliminally stating that the website wants every show to be sweet, happy and saccharine, no matter how horrible the events corresponding actually are.
  • Body Horror: He has tubes and various other tubes inserted in his neck and head. He also has a huge "happiness probe" sticking out of his head.
  • The Bus Came Back: He was initially a one-off character, before returning for a single gag in "To Proxy Mountain".
  • Dissonant Serenity: As a result of the incredibly large "Happiness probe" screwed into his head, Nick is freakishly happy about everything, even when horrible things are happening; while Enderman, the Rake, and B.O.B are being attacked by Mancala, Nick declared the mindless pleasure he was feeling.
  • Keet: Albeit a darker version of this trope.
  • Perpetual Smiler: He's in a constant state of being happy, despite probably being in immense pain.

Former Members

    Eyeless Jack 
Has switched to Proxyism. See The Proxies to see his profile.

    Mancala 

Mancala

One of many advanced A.I's built by Enderman initially to use as tools for world domination. Although B.O.B ended up accidentally launching the other robots into space, BEN found the first model of the robots and took it to Proxy Mansion, naming the robot "Mancala". After gaining his own free will, he promptly decided to destroy all life, starting with the Proxies.
  • 0% Approval Rating: Backstabs (or gets backstabbed by) everyone he works with. Not that he cares. In fact, he seems to enjoy being hated by those less powerful than him.
  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Mancala is literally a textbook example of this to both BEN and Enderman.
  • Almighty Janitor: When he becomes Zalgo's messenger boy.
  • An Arm and a Leg: While he's distracted, BEN manages to cut him diagnolly in "To Proxy Mountain".
  • Arch-Enemy: The series sets him up as BEN's.
  • Arm Cannon: Among Mancala's plethora of weapons, also the first one he deploys when he goes ape-shit on Bush and his army.
  • Armor Is Useless: Averted. Mancala's chrome-plated armor deflects bullets, tank shells, and blaster fire with ease.
  • Asshole Victim: Not a tear was shed during either of his deaths.
  • Ass Kicking Equals Authority: He gets a terrorist group to accept him as a leader after he murders their boss.
  • Ax-Crazy: He's a Killer Robot with Omnicidal Maniac tendencies.
  • Badass Baritone: A deep, robotic and chilling one.
  • Badass Bookworm: He's smart enough to make many Doomsday Devices and manipulate others to serve his desires.
  • Bad Boss: He is more than willing to let his henchmen die to save his own hide. He also used his henchmen as tests subjects for Cold-Blooded Torture. Also, he threatens to kill the families of those who join him... And then muses overdoing it anyway.
  • Bad People Abuse Animals: When he kills Princess Atta's dog for no reason.
  • Balls of Steel: Jeff breaks his shin trying to perform a Groin Attack on him.
  • Battle Butler: Was initially made to be BEN's butler.
  • Berserk Button: He hates serving others, preferring others to serve him.
    • If "To Proxy Mountain" is any indication, using him as a tool to furthur your own plans is not a good idea.
  • Big Bad Ensemble:
    • With Zalgo, Eyeless Jack, and Enderman in "To Proxy Mountain.
    • With Zalgo and X in "Legends of the Multiverse".
  • Big Bad Wannabe: After joining Zalgo in "Legends of the Multiverse", he is Zalgo's glorified messenger boy and nothing more.
  • Blade on a Stick: At one point rips out his own shoulder blade and tries to kill Hoodie with the pointy end of it.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: He passes up the chance to just outright kill BEN in favor of emotionally torturing him.
  • The Brute: He's more than capable of using his head, but mostly uses brute force to deal with his enemies.
  • Cold Ham: While he's serious and straightforward all the time, he speaks with some of the most gravitas of any character in the show.
  • The Comically Serious: Even though he's meant to be a Knight of Cerebus, it is still possible to get some laughs out of him, especially when he's around BEN or any of the Proxies.
  • Creepy Monotone
  • Crush. Kill. Destroy!: Yup.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Bush and his army stood no chance against him.
  • Death Glare: Seems to be his default expression.
  • Demoted to Dragon: When he is revived by Zalgo, he becomes a glorified messenger and nothing more.
  • Devil in Plain Sight: When he is disguised as BEN and infiltrating Proxy Mansion in "To Proxy Mountain", he doesn't even try to hide his intentions to kill them all or disguise his voice. The Proxies merely brush this off as "BEN" just dicking around.
  • Disney Death: He is presumably killed by a nuclear bomb in his first appearance, only to merely heal himself days later and return to villainy.
  • Disney Villain Death: He is finally defeated in "Legends of the Multiverse" when Ticci Tobey shoves him into the fiery depths of the Pit to his death.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Despite the conditions surrounding him (albeit conditions that he himself caused), Mancala never seems anything but completely calm.
  • Doomsday Device: Mancala is a walking, talking version of this.
  • Dragon with an Agenda: In "To Proxy Mountain", he doesn't care about Zalgo's plans, or even Enderman's. He is only in it to stop the Proxies from preventing Eyeless Jack from destroying the universe.
  • Enemy Mine: Teams up with the Proxies to stop Zalgo in "Legends of the Multiverse". Turns out it was just a ruse so he could separate BEN from the Proxies and kill him.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Subverted. In "Legends of the Multiverse," he states that what Zalgo did, even he wouldn't wish upon the multiverse. Later on, it's revealed it was just a ploy to separate BEN from the Proxies so he could kill him, but to also ensure Zalgo's main gate is never opened, so Zalgo will remain undefeated.
  • Evil Counterpart: Well, an eviler counterpart to BEN. Both of them are one of the smartest characters in the show and share similar powers, such as not feeling pain. However, while BEN may initially look insane, he's actually a Nice Guy (who just happens to be psychotic) and is very loyal to his friends; Mancala, in contrast, is an Ax-Crazy sociopath with no redeemable qualities and is willing to murder and betray his henchmen at the flip of a switch... Just cuz.
  • Evil Is Not a Toy:
    • Enderman and his henchmen mocking him was NOT a good idea.
    • After his first death, he cuts a deal with Zalgo to come Back from the Dead in return for helping him take over the multiverse. Once Mancala fulfills his end of the deal, Zalgo double-crosses him and replaces him with X. Mancala anticipated this would happen and took precautions.
  • Evil Is Petty: Kill Laughing Jack just for insulting him.
  • Famous Last Words: "Say hi to Slenderman for me".
  • Fate Worse than Death: If he doesn't just kill them, Mancala will leave his victims in horrible states, such as driven mad from sleeplessness, having their vocal cords surgically removed (without anesthetics) so they can no longer speak, removing their lungs so they spend the rest of their lives without breathing...
  • Faux Affably Evil: He can be rather polite to his enemies, but that won't stop him from hurting or killing them.
  • Finishing Move: In the center of the Mancala's chest, he can charge a big purple plasma ball which he shoots at the target. Its destructive capacity is equivalent to or possibly higher than that of a Nuclear Bomb. This is assumed to be Mancala's most powerful weapon.
  • For Science!: His excuse for torturing his henchmen.
  • Frickin' Laser Beams: Mancala has a rotating disc that gets pinched by two needles that shoots out laser beams capable of shredding tanks apart in seconds.
  • Genius Bruiser: He's incredibly powerful and is a chessmaster.
  • Glowing Mechanical Eyes: He has white, glowing eyes.
  • Grievous Harm with a Body: At one point, Mancala grabs one of his henchmen by the neck, snaps it, and flings his corpse at Jeff and BEN.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: A non-lethal example in "To Proxy Mountain".
  • Hate Sink: As the journey through the series continues, Mancala only gets worse as it goes on. After rebuilding himself after his first attempt to kill the Proxies, Mancala fled to foreign countries across the world and would later begin his own faction, took part in—or at least had no qualms with—their destruction and the annihilation of entire cities. Becoming a terrifying, ruthless figure who would indoctrinate thousands into being loyal Cannon Fodder, while happily committing massacres and war crimes, Mancala lacked any of the qualities of honor and loyalty he sought to instill. Mancala would perform acts of horrifying torture on his men, subjecting them to flesh-eating bacterias, depriving them of air, turning them into cyborg-like slaves against their will, threatening to kill their loved ones and murdering them for laughs. Mancala would continue his attempted murder on BEN, using any means to draw him out, including kidnapping and attempting to murder Sally Willaims. When confronted by the Proxies and President Bush, Mancala willingly sets his secret base to self-destruct to save his own hide, sacrificing men who could have escaped to make his own escape easier. Once he'd executed his target, Mancala killed his last henchman who had assisted him just to remove any loose ends. After joining forces with Enderman, he kills all of BEN's stoner friends and locks BEN in a closet, passing himself off as BEN and infiltrates the SS Proxy Mansion, intending to kill the entire crew to ensure Eyeless Jack destroys the omniverse. Later, Mancala murders the mother, father, uncle and even dog of Princess Atta and threatens to torture her little brother to death unless she complies. After being revived by Zalgo, Mancala assisted Zalgo in the death and destruction on many planets and universes, kicking back and watching as Zalgo and his forces massacre everything in their path, comfortable with the death of almost all sapient life in the galaxy so long as he gets to stay alive. When he has his creator BEN separated from his friends and at his mercy, Mancala opts to try to torture him to death instead of merely killing him quickly, promising BEN to his face that after he finishes killing BEN, Sally and all the other Proxies would be next.
  • Hero Killer: Temporarily killed Laughing Jack (although Jack is obviously far from a hero)
  • He's Back: He's defeated multiple times, only to return, ready to give
  • I Am the Noun: "I am the End."
  • Immune to Bullets: His armor deflects bullets from guns and blasters alike.
  • Implacable Man: Being a robot immune to pain, it's very hard to put him down.
  • Jerkass: Not only is he pure evil, he's also a dick.
  • The Juggernaut: Tank shells, battleship guns, and even a nuclear missile can't destroy Mancala completely. All but the last are nothing but a Worf Barrage.
  • Kill All Humans: Not just humans, but all sapient life, too.
  • Killed Off for Real: Initially killed by Princess Atta and her brother. He was later revived by Zalgo to do his bidding. He is finally killed for good in "Legends of the Multiverse" when Ticci Tobey shoves him into the flames of the Pit.
  • Killer Robot
  • Knight of Cerebus: Absolutely. Unlike a lot of villains in the show, Mancala has zero humorous quirks and is treated as a genuinely serious threat. The only humorous thing about him is the behavior of those around him, but never from Mancala himself.
  • Lack of Empathy: Everyone around him is a tool who solely exists to further his goal of destroying all life.
  • Lightning Bruiser: His reactions are so fast he can catch tank shells.
  • Mad Bomber: When he follows Bush into Washington, DC, Mancala fires a barrage of bombs that cause entire streets and buildings to implode.
  • Made of Iron: At one point, he catches a tank shell and crushes it using brute force right in his face, with no visible damage.
  • Misplaced Retribution: He blames BEN for creating him rather than Enderman.
  • The Mole: To Enderman in "To Proxy Mountain".
  • Neck Lift: It's almost a Signature Move for intimidating people.
  • Neck Snap: His favourite way of dispatching of henchmen.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: He combines being "Made of Diamond" (survives heavy weaponry from tanks), as well as a mixture of "Regeneration" and "External Repair". He can even recover from getting blown up by a nuclear bomb.
  • Not Afraid to Die: Mancala is fully aware the destruction of the multiverse would kill him as well. He just doesn't care.
    Anonynmus: What would happen if Mancala succeeded in destroying all life?
    Comickit: Nothing. When he extinguishes all life, he'll either fade away himself or simply stay motionless for all eternity. Mancala isn't a real living being, nor does it have a pure sentient mind. What does that mean? It means he's programmed like a computer, and cannot think outside of his goal. Mancala is not a being of destruction because destruction is, itself, a form of creation. Mancala is a being of Nothing. He is the End.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Mancala's plans entirely revolves around eradicating all life.
  • One-Man Army: It took the combined efforts of the Proxies and the U.S military to temporarily defeat him.
  • One-Winged Angel: When fighting Bush's army, Mancala turns into a war machine.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: Even when masquerading as BEN in "To Proxy Mountain", he doesn't even disguise his voice or his evil intentions.
  • Person of Mass Destruction: He nearly leveled Washington, DC in under 3 minutes. If his activation scene is any indication, Mancala is fully capable of destroying planets.
  • Planet Killer: His activation scene shows that Mancala is supposed to be this.
  • Psycho for Hire: For Enderman and Zalgo.
  • Punch Catch: Does this to Jeff and Ticci Tobey all at once before flinging them both into a wall.
  • Purple Is Powerful: He illuminates purple when shape-shifting and a lot of his projectile attacks are purple colored.
  • The Rival: Karen sees Mancala as this, according to Comickit. It is unknown if Mancala feels the same way or is even aware of this.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge:
    • When the Proxies destroy his doomsday machine, he goes into war machine mode and attacks Bush's army.
    • In the "To Proxy Mountain" finale, he opens up a can of whup-ass on Enderman's team after he learns that Enderman was just using him as a tool to kill the Proxies and planned on discarding him once he was no use to him.
  • Robotic Psychopath: Full stop.
  • Sadist: He claims he can't feel emotions of any kind, but he gets almost giddy and feels joy when torturing and murdering people.
  • Serial Killer: Kills just about anyone he comes across.
  • Shock and Awe: He can turn his hand into a taser.
  • Sixth Ranger Traitor: When he masquerades as BEN in "To Proxy Mountain".
  • Slasher Smile: In "Legends of the Multiverse", in the form of Laughing Jack, right as he is about to slit BEN's throat with the Sword of Splendorman he sports an absolutely insane one.
  • The Sociopath: Remorseless, sadistic, enjoys the suffering of others, and is incredibly manipulative.
    Lara: The results. Those poor men! Doesn't he have any conscious?
    BEN: Like many scientists, I'm afraid Mancala simply sees us as walking heaps of chemicals. There's no place for the soul in his scheme of things.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist
  • Super Strength: He's strong enough to crush a tank shell with his brute strength alone, toss grown adults around a room like a bunch of dolls, and easily crush a grown human's neck.
  • Taking You with Me: When Mancala attempts to kill BEN one last time, BEN reminds Mancala that if he doesn't let the Proxies past Zalgo's gate, the multiverse will be forever gone. Mancala responds by saying it's worth it, as long as BEN dies with him.
  • Terrorist Without A Cause: He freely admits that the actions he regularly commits amount to terrorism.
  • Torture Technician: He's utterly merciless when it comes to killing and torturing others.
  • The Unfettered: Nothing will stop him from ending all life. Mancala is even fully aware that ending all life would kill himself in the process, he just doesn't care.
  • Unstoppable Rage: After the Proxies destroy his doomsday device, he goes on a rampage against Bush's army.]]
  • Villainous Breakdown: A quite chilling one when he finds out Enderman was only using him as a tool to kill the Proxies and planned on killing him later on. The way Mancala's face sparks and he lets out an animalistic scream speaks for itself.
  • Villain Respect: As much as he hates him, he acknowledges BEN as a genius, going as far to say he's the only Proxy to rival his intelligence.
  • Voice Changeling: Along with being a shape-shifter, Mancala can imitate other's voices perfectly.
  • Walking Armory: In his war mode, he is absolutely brimming with destructive weapons.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Absolutely ok with it. Just ask Ms. P.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Aside from ending multiversal existence, his biggest goal is the death and torture of a 10-year-old boy.

The Enderman Family

     Mr. and Mrs. Enderman 

Mr. and Mrs. Enderman

Enderman's domineering and overbearing parents.

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