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    Mayor Harold Von Bigmouth 

Mayor Harold Von Bigmouth

The elitist and chauvinistic mayor of the Under Realm. This mouse is your typical politician: loud and self-confident even when he has no idea what's going on, and willing to say whatever must be said to convince others to shore up support for him. Here his most prominent roles have him hobnobbing with his city's elite citizens, although he overall appears to be slightly more capable in his mayoral duties.
  • Ain't Too Proud to Beg: Due to having zero survival skills, he frequently begs for his life when put in danger, which usually ends with him being tortured or threatened.
  • Animals Not to Scale: He is a mouse who is about Jeff's size.
  • Apocalypse Cult: If that picture of Zalgo being worshipped in the Bigmouth house is any indication, not to mention his immediate response to Zalgo's arrival being offering to join him.
  • Aristocrats Are Evil: His greedy, servile, and downright psychotic personality places him firmly in this trope.
  • Asshole Victim: In "Legends of the Multiverse Part 5", Bigmouth is kidnapped by Zalgo's demons, brought to Lord Zalgo himself in chains, and locked in a cage to be taunted and tortured by Zalgo's "party-goers". But he is probably the most deserving victim of Zalgo yet.
  • Attention Whore: He loves attention and showing off.
  • Ax-Crazy: There are a plethora of examples to list that show just how crazy he is. The list includes burning off half of his second wife's face, killing a woman's children then raping and murdering her, murdering prisoners to blow off some steam, and trying to kill Laughing Jack for being too loud.
  • Bad Boss: In order to appease Zalgo, he was willing to murder his butler and feed Zalgo his still-beating heart.
  • Bad People Abuse Animals: He snapped a birds neck for whatever reason.
  • Berserk Button: Good God, never make a noise whenever he's sleeping.
  • Batter Up!: He killed his first wife by beating her to death with a bat.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: On a grander scale of things. While there were hints of him having larger ambitions, he's hardly accomplished much on his own, and is unlucky enough to be overshadowed by dangerous or more competent villains like Zalgo, Malitch, and Enderman. When you make ENDERMAN look like a competent villain, it might be time to hang up the hat. In the end, it's clear he's nothing more than an Opportunistic Bastard; when he tries to negotiate with other villains, he often learns the hard way that said villains are not interested in his help.
  • Big Eater: As revealed in the Thanksgiving episode.
  • Big "NO!": Shouts this when Zalgo takes over the Pit.
  • Big "SHUT UP!": Bigmouth shouts this a lot in "Rock-a-Bigmouth".
  • Birds of a Feather: Shares a non-romantic friendship with Bush.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: His public image is a caring mayor looking out for the interests of the Under Realm. In reality, he's only out for himself.
  • Butt-Monkey: Bad things tend to happen to him a lot. Not that he doesn't deserve it.
  • The Caligula: Definitely has hints of this. He has almost everyone in Under Realm catering to his every whim no matter how ridiculous, is very intolerant of being told that his wives don't want to see him anymore (and blames their boyfriends for it), and he also has a bit of a god complex.
  • Canon Foreigner
  • Card-Carrying Villain: In his own words he is a "Billionaire, real-estate tycoon, and destroyer of cherished childhood dreams! Like yours!" "Bigmouth Mansion Mystery" reveals that the Bigmouth family empire was built on a foundation of lies, backstabbing, murder, and treachery. Not only that, a series of portraits in the mansion attic reveals that the Bigmouth family is very proud of their heritage, immortalizing some more horrible deeds committed by their family in paintings. Even BUSH (a tyrannical dictator who has committed far worse acts) wasn't in on this.
  • The Casanova: Due to having deep pockets, he has a lot of woman by his side.
  • Catchphrase:
    Jeff: (whispering to BEN) Why does he keep saying "Better believe it"?
  • The Chew Toy: It's an achievement to find an episode where he doesn't get brutally hurt by the end.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: He actually encourages this behavior towards the common folk, and his family has been doing it for over a century. In "Legends of the Multiverse Part 4", not only does Bigmouth weasel out of participating in the Battle of the Pit alongside the New Elite, but he begins switching to Zalgo's side, setting up murals in Zalgo's likeness and offering to kill his butlers to please him. When he is kidnapped by Zalgo, Bigmouth tries to tell Zalgo that he has no affiliation with the New Elite only lives to serve Zalgo's needs and desires.
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: Zalgo inflicts this on Bigmouth in "Legends of the Multiverse" nearly vaporizing him with electric Eye Beams and then turning him into a slug and trying to pour salt on him.
  • Collector of the Strange: There are jars with severed limbs and more than a few heads within his office.
  • Comedic Sociopathy: Though it is kind of horrifying how he others, his Large Ham attitude and complete disregard for human life is kinda hilarious.
  • Conspicuous Gloves: Wears black leather gloves at all times.
  • Control Freak: He seems to want complete control over everyone's personal life, even those who don't live in America; for example, in one episode he told Jeff to stop using guns or else he would "send some g-men to BEN's door", and in "My Pretty Doggy", rather than tell Jeff to simply stop bringing Smile to his mansion anymore, he explicitly orders him to get rid of Smile entirely.
    Bigmouth: (to Masky) That's not how forks should be placed!
  • Cool and Unusual Punishment: In the "Legends of the Multiverse" finale, Bigmouth, alongside Laughing Jack, are forced to dance for Zalgo for all eternity while being tortured by demons. Jeff and the others manage to save the two, but not without musing over just leaving them there.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He's pretty handy with a firearm.
  • Dean Bitterman: He took over as principal of Proxy High after Slenderman left.
  • Demoted to Dragon: Played with. When Zalgo corrupts the entire multiverse, Bigmouth wants this to happen, but Zalgo views Bigmouth as beneath him, finding this attempt to be rather pathetic. Given how Bigmouth has treated common folk like dirt and refused to invite them, for once he's the one on the receiving end of this kind of treatment, adding irony to the situation.
  • Dirty Coward:
    • He has absolutely no fighting instinct and relies on others to protect him during skirmishes, even if it costs them their lives. If they go down, expect him to drop to a fetal position and beg. He refuses to fight alongside the new elite in the Battle of the Pit for this reason:
    Mayor Bigmouth: Good luck out there, gang. I would join you but uh... I don't want to.
    • When the New Elite is cornered by X in "Legends of the Multiverse Part 3", Bigmouth can be seen shoving the other members closer to X so he could hide behind them.
    • And the came part 5, where he attempted to betray humanity and save himself from (or rather cash in on) Zalgo by offering himself as a "horseman of the apocalypse", so that Zalgo can terrorize the other multiverses. As Bigmouth finds out, Zalgo thinks it's much funnier to just humiliate and torment him (and other mortals) instead.
    • He spends the entirety of "Bigmouth Manor Mystery" in his panic room while the guests search for the Serial Killer, making it clear that he's okay with letting them die as long as he gets to stay alive.
  • Double Speak: After Masky accidentally knocks Bigmouth into a wall in "Bigmouth Manor Mystery", Bigmouth has Masky thrown in the jail cells in his manor's cellar and says if Masky ever touches him again, it will be the last party Masky and "his kind" will ever attend. Judging by his tone and demeanor, he's bound to do much more than merely not invite Masky when the next party comes along.
  • Eviler Than Thou:
    • Mayor Bigmouth is arguably this to President Bush. While Bush has committed far worse actions than Bigmouth, he has redeeming qualities, a loving family, is willing to die to save the ones he loves, and can be brave and heroic. Bigmouth on the other hand, is an elitist, classist asshole who murdered his first wife. was willing to let the Under Realm burn to save his own skin, is possibly a Nazi, and is a Dirty Coward in every sense of the word.
    • Bigmouth is on the receiving end of this trope when faced with Zalgo.
  • Evil Is Petty: Bigmouth cannot resist being needlessly cruel for very small reasons. For one instant, he once sent one of his architects to work in a mineshaft for the rest of his life for spelling his name wrong.
    • He also threw Masky in his manor's jail cell for accidentally knocking him over. This was especially wrong as there was a Serial Killer on the loose and Masky could have been killed in such an open area (even worse was when it was implied Bigmouth wanted this to happen).
  • Fanboy: He seems to have a rather creepy obsession with the Proxies and Slenderman. Even Laughing Jack lampshades this when he says Bigmouth has a "creepy erection for us".
  • Fat Bastard: Ms. P even calls him one word-for-word.
  • Fat Idiot: Is obese and has almost gotten the Under Realm destroyed due to hs stupidity.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Whenever he needs the Proxies' help, he acts polite while maintaining snootiness to make them feel welcome. This works as far as being able to maintain his reputation. When the Proxies or anyone else speak ill of his family name, he makes threats.
  • Fiction 500: Bigmouth is implied to be more wealthy than even Slenderman.
  • First-Name Basis: One of the few characters who calls President Bush by his first name.
  • Flanderization: While he was always a greedy, smug, misogynist from the beginning, Bigmouth still maintained a sense of sophistication and dignity and was even a sort of powerful and imposing figure. Nowadays, Bigmouth is far more annoying, servile, stupid, desperate and vile in than he ever was and is a Dirty Coward.
  • Foil: To President Bush. While both of them are greedy, mean-spirited, and absolute morons who suffer from Lack of Empathy, Bush has a family he genuinely loves and would die for, and is an Action Politician above all else. He also is willing to die to protect his country. In contrast, Bigmouth killed his first wife, sells out the Under Realm to save his own ass, and is a Dirty Coward in every sense of the word.
  • For the Evulz: Mayor Bigmouth's preferred method of bullying and oppressing his enemies or the poor. His actions might not benefit him, but they do make his enemies suffer, and that's enough. Particularly noticeable where he plays up his injury from a dog in order to get a farmer lynched, and again in "Bigmouth Manor Mystery" when he taunts Masky into attacking him, resulting in Masky being thrown in a jail cell in Bigmouth's manor, leaving him open to get killed by the Serial Killer lurking about. He also loves going around town lighting sleeping hobos on fire for literally zero reason other than for fun.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: It's pretty clear that no one likes him, even the Proxies. While Ms. P is openly spiteful and scathing towards him, even those who are more tolerant towards others, like Jeff, BEN, and Laughing Jack eventually get tired of hearing Bigmouth talk about Bigmouth.
  • Giftedly Bad: As revealed in "Legends of the Multiverse" he has an... unusual dancing style.
  • Greed: Bigmouth is both a cheapskate who tries to get the most for the least money, and a dishonest crook of a business owner who does all he can to make a buck off the citizens of the Dark World, or even perfect strangers.
  • Hate Sink: Bigmouth seems to be on a quest to be the most repugnant non-magical being in the multiverse. Not only is he a family murderer, but he would rather let everyone in the Under Realm die than sacrifice himself for them. He's incredibly cowardly, even willing to push children in the way of danger to make his escape easier. Other villains like Zalgo, President Bush, and Enderman have committed far worse actions than he has, yet somehow Bigmouth manages to be more detestable than either of them. He also has absolutely zero redeeming factors or loved ones. Needless to say, it's very satisfying to see him get his comeuppance.
  • Hat of Authority: He wears a pretty big top hat.
  • He-Man Woman Hater: He is a misogynist who thinks that all women can be swayed by money.
  • Heteronormative Crusader: Bigmouth implies that his brother used to be homosexual before "he sorted him out". Now he is married and has three kids (and he almost never acts out these days).
  • Hidden Depths: Despite his obesity, we see in "Legends of the Multiverse Part 4" during the Pit takeover scene that Bigmouth can run surprisingly very fast.
  • Historical In-Joke: Guess who killed the dinosaurs?
  • Honor Before Reason: Or rather, snootiness; Bigmouth was willing to let all the Monsters of the Under Realm (including children) turn into ice and freeze to death, rather than at the very least give them a few heaters to spare.
  • Humiliation Conga: In "Legends of the Multiverse", he gets mercifully stung by demonic wasps, gets slashed across the stomach by X, kidnapped by Zalgo's minions, and gets brutally tortured by Zalgo himself even after trying to pledge allegiance to him.
  • Hypocritical Humor: BIGMOUTH HATES NOISE!!! IF THERE'S ONE THING HE CANNOT STAND, IT'S NOISE!!!
  • I'm a Humanitarian: He suggests eating his butler's still beating heart to please Zalgo.
  • Incoming Ham: In "Rock-a-Bigmouth".
    Bigmouth: "SHUT UP! QUIET! DON'T KNOCK SO LOUD! THERE'S ONE THING I HATE, AND THAT'S NOISE! I SAY, I HATE NOISE!"
  • Inelegant Blubbering: He breaks down and cries like a baby when Zalgo confronts him and when Sheriff Wayne arrests him for his crimes.
  • Informed Ability: His apparent ability to govern. We only rarely see Mayor Bigmouth do his job, but his ability to prevent the town from self-destructing, being populated as it is by largely murderous, selfish, and short-sighted residents and multiple factions of evil individuals and groups, is something of a miracle. The town goes to pot when B.O.B temporarily assumes his position is partially B.O.B's fault, but also due to the town's citizens making contradicting and outright ridiculous demands.
  • Insane Troll Logic: His reason for hating Masky? "He's a nerd! He's a vegan! He's never had a date in his life!" The last one especially is interesting as not only has Masky dated Hoodie many times, Bigmouth himself is a fanboy of self professed chick magnet Jeff the Killer.
  • It's All About Me: He's willing the let the Monsters in the Under Realm suffer from the cold while he uses all the heaters in the Under Realm to keep himself warm.
  • Jabba Table Manners: To the point where he had to beg Slenderman to invite him to the Proxies Thanksgiving get-together.
  • Jerkass: To anyone who's middle class or lower.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Think his respect for other wealthy people is genuine? Nope, he's willing to let a Tails Doll rampage through his house while he and his family hide in their panic room as the ghost kills everyone else. Think his love for his own family, the Proxies and other associates is genuine? Nope, he's willing to assist Lord Zalgo by selling out all of the Under Realm just to save his own skin. There truly is absolutely nothing redeemable about Bigmouth.
  • Karma Houdini Warranty: While Bigmouth is a Butt-Monkey, he still hadn't received a proper punishment for his horrible deeds. Come the Grand Finale, he is arrested by Sheriff Wayne and revoked of his mayor status for trying to be The Quisling to Malitch.
  • Kavorka Man: He's rich. What he looks like doesn't matter much.
  • Kick the Dog:
    • See It's All About Me above.
    • He holds high-class parties just to spite the lower and middle-class populace with the fact that they're not worthy of their parties. When Jeff calls him out for his treachery, he orders the servant-monkey to deny not just Jeff, but the Proxies any food for his "insolence".
  • Knight of Cerebus: Played straight and then subverted. While seemingly a minor player compared to many of the much more potentially dangerous and destructive villains, Bigmouth counts down to just how unpleasant and callous someone can be. He treats the non-rich like tools to be manipulated, and doesn't truly care for the other rich either, being perfectly happy to sell anyone else out rather than damage his own pride. Likewise, he murdered his own wife, owns a child slave ring, and has committed crimes like rape and defiling a grave. If it wasn't for Zalgo, Mancala, X and possibly Laughing Jack, he'd probably be the most evil character in the entire comic. The subversion comes in when we learn that deep down he is nothing more than a cowardly, Laughably Evil Opportunistic Bastard, who is easily disposed of by other villains.
  • Lack of Empathy: He doesn't care about anything, and think's it's ridiculous that other people would.
  • Large Ham: Especially in "Rock-A-Bigmouth".
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Happens to him on a semi-regular basis.
    • After Zalgo has his minions torture him, it's hard to feel bad for him, given how he's an abusive and egotistical coward, but it's fitting that someone who tortures others would get tortured himself.
    • By the end of the Grand Finale, he gets arrested after announcing his allegiance to Malitch and investing all his money in his "darkness" shares, and is forced to give up his mayoral hat and his mansion. Said mansion is then bought up by Enderman, the "wage-leech" he showed disgust for earlier.
  • Laughably Evil: True, Bigmouth is one of the worst people in the entire show (which is saying a lot), but it's hard not to laugh at him due to how incredibly servile, desperate, and hammy he is.
  • The Load: When he becomes a member of the New Elite against Zalgo in "Legends of the Multiverse" most of what he does is run the fuck away and cower while his teammates fight off the threat that opposes them.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste: He is very materialistic. His mansion, decorated with countless artifacts, art displays, and recreational activities like tennis and swimming pools, definitely shows off this trait.
  • Mayor Pain: A combination of Type A and B. If you've made it this far, you probably know why.
  • Meaningful Name: Bigmouth sure loves to talk (mainly about himself).
  • Mind Rape: He's been using Pavlov conditioning on all of his wives, making them meekly follow his every whims with the sound of a bell. It's gotten to the point where they are downright terrified of him. Only one of his wives were brave enough to break out of it and he killed her for it.
  • Minor Injury Overreaction: Does this regularly. He once got bit by a rat and went flying across the room, and acted like he got stabbed when a splinter got stuck on his hand.
  • Motor Mouth: He sometimes talks so insanely fast that he stutters and barely manages to finish the sentence.
  • A Nazi by Any Other Name: He's implied to be one by BEN.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a top hat that apparently all mayors of the Under Realm must wear. He gets it taken from him in the finale when he is revoked of his mayor status and it goes to Enderman.
  • The Nicknamer: He tends to give other characters nicknames that tend to annyo others, like calling Ticci Tobey "Tic" or Laughing Jack "Laughing".
  • No Indoor Voice: In "Rock-a-Bigmouth", he ironically hates noise despite the fact he's always shouting.
    Bigmouth: "SHUT UP! QUIET! DON'T KNOCK SO LOUD! THERE'S ONE THING I HATE, AND THAT'S NOISE! I SAY, I HATE NOISE! WELL, DON'T JUST STAND THERE! COME OOON IIIN! NOW WHILE I'M ASLEEP, YOUR JOB IS TO KEEP THIS PLACE QUIET!! BECAUSE I HATE NOISE! CAN'T STAND NOOOISE! I'M GOING TO BED NOOOOWW AND IT BETTER BE QUIET AROUND HERE! ALL I WANT IS PEACE AND QUIET! GOOD NIIIIIGHT!!" (slams his bedroom door)
    Laughing Jack: Good night.
    Bigmouth: (immediately lunges back at Jack) SHUT UP! QUIEEET! I NEED QUIET!! WHATSDAMADDA? YOU DEEF OR SOMETHIN'?!
  • Noodle Incident:
    • Whatever cause him to get his tonsils removed twice.
    • ** Whatever the directions President Bush gave to get Mayor Bigmouth to the White House were, they were apparently confusing enough that when Bigmouth greets Bush, he notes that he made it "despite your directions."
  • Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist: He claims to be protecting the Under Realm from potential security risks, but it's obvious that he just wants an excuse to harass people he's prejudiced against.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: A misogynistic elitist who hates humans and the lower class. This guys got it all. He also might be homophobic, which would explain his dislike of Masky.
  • The Quisling: Tries to do this to the New Elite by joining Zalgo. Zalgo has him tortured instead.
  • Really Gets Around: With his secretary and maids.
  • Red Armband of Leadership: Wears a black variation with the Proxy logo on it. It's clearly supposed to make him look like... ahem.. ''something else''
  • Rich Bastard: Up to Eleven.
  • Rodents of Unusual Size: He is a giant mouse.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He tries to abandon the Under Realm when Zalgo begins taking it over. Zalgo's minions grab him before he gets too far.
  • Shut Up, Kirk!: He is not easy to break, as Masky learned when he talked down to him.
    Bigmouth: Enjoy the party! It's the last time you and your kind will ever come.
  • Sleazy Politician: He's every bit as sleazy as Bush.
  • Smug Snake: He's very smug about himself despite being thoroughly incompetent in any real peril, and views most other characters as tools to protect him and gain more publicity
  • The Sociopath: Mayor Bigmouth manipulates others, treats those who aren't rich like objects, and cares for no one but himself. He certainly has no problem letting everyone die during the merging of the multiverse. It turns out all his forefathers were sociopaths, making money from enslaving the working class and making them suffer, not to mention other horrible crimes they've committed.
  • So Long, Suckers!: He pulls a Screw This, I'm Outta Here! and says this in "Legends of the Multiverse" when Zalgo merges the Under Realm with the Pit.
  • Speech Impediment: Bigmouth has a rather odd stutter. Unlike the other speech impediments in the series, this is never brought up and seems to happen completely at random.
  • Suddenly SHOUTING!:
    Bigmouth: Yes, I should be—(sees President Bush's kitchen on fire through the door) GOOD LORD! WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THERE?!
  • Straw Misogynist: Thoroughly believes all women can be swayed by money.
  • Til Murder Do Us Part: He murdered his first wife by beating her to death with a bat.
  • Those Wacky Nazis: In addition to his Red Armband of Leadership, his middle name is Von and he responds to Jeff and his friends saving the universe by saying "That was absolutely wunderbar!". Also, when he salutes to President Bush upon meeting him, his informant tells Bigmouth he might not want to salute with a straight arm. Also, his great-great grandfather's first and middle name was Hans Aumeier, a deputy commandant of Auschwitz.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Mainly after "To Proxy Mountain".
  • Token Evil Teammate: Seriously, why the fuck did Aton make him a member of the New Elite?
  • Too Dumb to Live: His actions have almost gotten the Under Realm exposed or destroyed numerous times.
  • Trophy Wife: He won one of his wives in a golfing tournament.
  • Ultimate Authority Mayor: He pretty much has absolute power over the Under Realm.
  • Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: Make that five wives.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: After the Proxies risked their lives to catch the killer that was terrorizing his mansion, killed half of his party-goers, and was trying to kill him, Bigmouth's response for them rightfully demanding some sign of thanks is "Thanks? THANKS?! I'm hosting a party for the most powerful people in the world! Do you think they'll still come knowing that a serial killer was here last time!? Why couldn't you do it faster?" Bigmouth sees the Proxies as nothing but pawns that happens to be useful at the moment.
  • "The Villain Sucks" Song: Under Realm, a slow dirge that viciously damns Bigmouth and his oppressive system that forced untold thousands to scrounge for food and work or starve to death in the streets of Under Realm due to Bigmouth's hatred of the poor.
  • Wicked Cultured: An unabashed bastard he is, but you can't deny his good taste.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Forget hit. He killed his first wife with a bat and melted his second wife's face off with sulphuric acid.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Is fine with sending money to child slave rings, so it's safe to assume he would.
  • Your Cheating Heart: Currently has three wives (five if you include his divorces and the one he murdered), all of whom he cheats on. It's also implied Bush lets him finger his wife.

     Sheriff Wayne 

Sheriff Wayne

The chief of the Under Rhelm PD. A werewolf who is lazy, gluttonous, and not very good at his job.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Is typically pretty casual and nice to other monsters, but is shown to have moments of incredible strength and intense rage.
  • Big Eater: It's mainly to cope with his mental stress.
  • Canon Foreigner
  • Cool Old Guy: Not afraid to get in Jeff's face and tell him off.
  • Dirty Cop: He accepts bribes.
  • Fat Bastard: Apathetic, self-interested, greedy... He does have a loving family, though.
  • Good Counterpart: He is this to Mayor Bigmouth. Mayor Bigmouth is a lunatic who gloats about his money and uses his political status as an excuse to harass people for shits and giggles and pays others to help him and run like a coward when others revolt against him. Wayne is a guy who doesn't boast about heritage, is a proud hard-working man, and who doesn't even tremble when Jeff puts a knife to his head, and orders him to do the right thing for free.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Read Pet the Dog below.
  • Morality Pet: For JEFF of all people. In that, he's one of the few people to make him feel genuinely guilty about his Jerkass behavior.
  • Nerves of Steel: Doesn't even flinch when Jeff pulls a knife on him.
  • Only Sane Man: One of the few rational Monsters in the Under Realm. He's also one of the few people who see's through Bigmouth's bullshit.
  • Papa Wolf: A literal example. The only reason he risks his life is to keep his family (and to a lesser extent, the community) safe.
  • Pet the Dog: He warns Jeff to leave the Under Realm after beating Enderman at poker.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Lara states that he constantly pulls her over and stops her for questioning simply because she is human.
  • Those Two Guys: Often seen with Nick.
  • Wolfman: He's a werewolf who (most of the time) acts human.

     The Unwanted House Guest 

Unwanted House Guest

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"Sorry, kid, I don't do that stuff anymore. How about a hug? That's the best kind of magic there is!"

A... person, that's for sure. UHG is one of the more energetic, strange and mysterious monsters of the Under Realm. He is easily one of the weirdest of any of the characters, spouting gibberish and playing up a persona of a wacky and borderline-insane individual.


  • The Ace: A goofball he may be, but UHG seems to be very skilled at everything.
  • Action Survivor: He fights interdimensional monsters as a hobby and has been doing it for a little under 500 years.
  • Adaptational Comic Relief: BIG TIME.
  • Adaptational Heroism: The original Unwanted House Guest is a pretty straightforward fear-mongering ghost, without a hint of remorse. However, this version of UHG is portrayed as having a heroic streak, and is friendly and hyperactive.
  • Adventurer Archaeologist: He's been to over a thousand planets across the multiverse.
  • Affably Evil: He's merciless to humans, but is pretty nice to other monsters. The first thing he does when he sees Jeff and BEN have broken into his house is to have his girlfriend fix them some drinks.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Most call him "UHG" for short.
  • The Ageless: The only reason to explain how old he is.
  • Alas, Poor Villain: A villain with probably one of the saddest deaths in the comic.
  • All for Nothing: When the New Elite try to use the Zodiac he created to defeat Zalgo, it doesn't work due to Jeff and Laughing Jack fighting each other and Zalgo simply destroys it, rendering UHG's 57 years of searching for the Zodiac all for nothing.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Zalgo. UHG spent decades trying to stop Zalgo from entering the mortal realms. After he failed to do so he continued seeking ways to permanently destroy Zalgo.
  • Ax-Crazy: He's crazy, unstable, and likes killing people.
  • Badass Long Robe: He wears a long black cloak.
  • Bald of Evil: Revealed to be completely bald under his cloak.
  • Barbie Doll Anatomy: In one episode where his girlfriend is changing his diaper, UHG has no penis. However, she does mention that she has to put it on.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: If he has even the slightest excuse, UHG will kill you.
  • Body Horror: He seriously looks unwell. And he has claws.
  • Broken Ace: Poor UHG. Time has treated him poorly.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He is a complete goofball, but he's managed to avoid being killed by the God of Evil himself for decades.
  • Butt-Monkey: He gets a lot of misfortune in the episodes he's in. Some of it is Played for Laughs, then again, some of it isn't.
  • Cerebus Syndrome: It's implied his progressively wacky nature is a result of years of being tortured by all the people he failed to save Zalgo from.
  • The Chew Toy: If something bad happens during his segments, it'll usually happen to him.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Slenderman had to fire him from his job at Pasta High because he was too insane, he then found a tree house somewhere and started to live there.
  • Cool Old Guy: He is an adventurer, demon slayer, martial artist, and a ghost. He also acted as a mentor for Jeff until Zalgo and X murder him.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: After being forced to kill his own girlfriend, UHG is dragged to his basement where he is brutally flayed and then devoured by X.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: He was once caught masturbating behind his desk at Proxy High.
  • Deadly Euphemism: He's quite fond of these (fitting, given his history as a mobster).
  • Deadpan Snarker: Especially to Jeff.
  • Demonic Possession: Courtesy of Zalgo.
  • Depraved Bisexual: He seems to be attracted to BEN until he finds out BEN is only 10 years old. He decides to prey on Jeff instead. Did we mention he has a girlfriend?
  • Determinator: Even after he loses his mind he never completely gives up. No matter what, Zalgo will die, no matter how many minions Zalgo throws at him, and no matter how many times he fails, UHG will stop Zalgo.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Almost always seems calm, no matter how dire things get. Subverted when he's forced to kill his girlfriend.
  • Domestic Abuse: Okay he never hits her, but he treats his girlfriend like garbage. It takes her death to show that UHG does, in fact, love her, but by that point, it was too late.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: His death is very sudden, especially since we only get a very brief mention that he's died and a few lines of Jeff somewhat mourning him before the episode moves on.
  • Eaten Alive: His ultimate fate.
  • Eccentric Mentor: He mentors Jeff in the ways of killing, and oh boy is he eccentric.
  • Ephebophile: He had sex with over 50 teenage girls while teaching in Proxy High.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He immediately drops his sexual advances towards BEN when he finds out BEN is only ten years old. Even for a monster who kills people in their sleep, UHG draws the line at pedophilia (although he does say he'll "give BEN few years")
  • Evil Mentor: For Jeff.
  • Evil Smells Bad: Ms. P claims he smells like a rotting carcass, probably due to his hatred of baths.
  • Evil Wears Black: The only clothes he ever wears is a black robe.
  • Experienced Protagonist: He's been fighting Zalgo and various other anomalies for 500 years and still retains his fighting skills from back then.
  • Famed In-Story: He's very famous in the Under Realm.
  • Fearless Fool: UHG is not afraid of anything.
  • Flaying Alive: How X kills him.
  • Forgotten Fallen Friend: Jeff and the gang don't seem too distressed about his death, for some reason. Although, Jeff does get pretty pissed when Laughing Jack jizzes on one of UHG's porn comics, but that's about it.
  • Friend to All Children: UHG has a soft spot for kids. He often visited Proxy Mansion and has tea parties with Sally.
  • Handicapped Badass: He has peg legs instead of actual legs due to a previous encounter with a rival gang. Doesn't stop him from doing badass things regularly.
  • Heel Realization: He realizes how badly he has treated his girlfriend after he's forced to kill her.
  • Hermit Guru: Lives in a tree-house far away from civilization.
  • Hipster: "I loved Jeffery before he was cool!"
  • Honorary Uncle: He's Sally's third uncle (the others being Slenderman and Uncle Johnny).
  • Hot-Blooded: It doesn't take a lot to pump him up.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: He gets booted from Pasta High for being too insane, even though he claims to had a strong connection with the students. Afterward, he lives in a tree house for the rest of his life (although he doesn't seem to mind). He is thought by many to be a wash-up, old, crazy loser with no emotions. It goes Up to Eleven in "Legends of the Multiverse". Right after Jeff and BEN just helped him get his life in order, UHG is forced to Mercy Kill his girlfriend, is savagely murdered and flayed by X and has his identity stolen by Zalgo. A quarter of his loyal friends are massacred by X as an example to the rest, and loses his tree house when Laughing Jack accidentally lights it on fire.
  • Informed Attribute: According to the legends, UHG is very wise, but Zalgo claims he is stupid. Nothing we see contradicts Zalgo's statement. Possibly justified seeing as how losing his sanity to Zalgo probably dulled his intelligence.
  • It's All About Me: One of BEN's Tumblr posts claims UHG's idea of a birthday present is giving people his own merch.
  • Keet: He's loud, hyperactive, and somewhat flamboyant.
  • Killed Off for Real: By Zalgo and X in "Legends of the Multiverse"
  • Killed Offscreen: We never actually see him get eaten by X.
  • Large Ham: Quite possibly the greatest example in the entire series, every line he has is inherently bigger in text than all the other characters in the comic, even when he's not shouting/screaming.
  • Living Legend: One of the most famous monsters in the multiverse.
  • Living Shadow: He sneaks up on people or invades their homes by literally turning into a shadow.
  • Miniature Senior Citizen: He's only about a head taller than BEN.
  • Mood-Swinger: A loony goofball at first, a sadistic monster the next.
    Unwanted House Guest: (cheerfully) Hey, Jeffery!
    Jeff: Hey, UHG. Do you have a min-
    Unwanted House Guest: (angrily) WERE YOU LOOKING AT MYYYYYYYY MONAAAAAAYYYY?!?!?!?!
  • My God, What Have I Done?:
    • UHG goes through this when Zalgo tricks him into killing the friendly trolls who helped him find the last remaining Oculus.
    • UHG feelings in general when he is forced to kill his girlfriend. He is so distraught he doesn't see X standing nearby, who drags him to a closet and kills him.
  • Nice Guy: UHG is probably one of the closest the show has to your standard Nice Guy nowadays, particularly when interacting with the Proxies, although he's too aggressive and driven to fit the role exactly.
  • Nightmare Face: Even Jeff is creeped out by his face.
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Wouldn't be Unwanted House Guest without it.
    Jeff: (is sleeping before hearing a creaking noise) Huh? Who's there?
    Unwanted House Guest: (is at the end of Jeff's bed, rocking in a chair) Go back to sleep, Jeff.
    Jeff: (swallows nervously) Okay.. (Hides under his blankets, whimpering)
    Unwanted House Guest: (gets up, walks over to Jeff, and caresses his cheek) You're very precious to me.
  • Noodle Incident:
    • Whatever caused his nervous breakdown. Subverted when it was revealed that years of failing to destroy Zalgo turned him mad.
    • Also, whatever caused Zalgo to hate him so much.
  • Old Superhero: Is treated as a legend within the Under Realm.
  • Parental Substitute: UHG desperately wants to be this to Jeff.
  • Perpetual Smiler: He is always constantly smiling all the way until he meets Zalgo and X.
  • Porn Stash: UHG has one in his house.
  • Real After All: Due to pretty much never showing himself around others, quite a few people believe him to be merely an old fairy tale. Jeff was surprised to see he was real.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Around 500 years old.
  • Retired Badass
  • Sanity Slippage: He progressively became more and more crazy as his adventures went on, driven mad by his desperation to destroy Zalgo and save all that he intends to harm. Failure after failure, UHG finally snapped and wound up living in a tree-house far away from any civilization.
  • Scatterbrained Senior: Mmhmm.
  • Seeker Archetype: His primary goal is to uncover the mysteries of the multiverse.
  • Slasher Smile: His default look.
  • Stalker with a Crush: UHG has a habit of breaking into Proxy Mansion and watching to Proxies sleep for hours on end, much to their discomfort.
  • Stealth Expert: He can sneak into Proxy Mansion without being detected by the other Proxies.
  • Straw Loser: By the time Jeff finally meets him, he's an immature fanboy who has no life outside of stalking others. Nothing ever goes right for him, and people only seem to hang around him to make wisecracks at his expense. Even Laughing Jack calls him a loser in one episode.
  • Stay in the Kitchen: His attitude with his girlfriend. Jeff takes a liking to it.
  • Suddenly Shouting: WERE YOU LOOKIN' AT MMYYYYYYY MONAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYY?!?!?!?
  • Those Two Guys: Often shares this with Widemouth.
  • Would Hit a Girl: He bragged about murdering a woman and her husband to Jeff.
  • Would Hurt a Child: One of his journal entries revealed UHG was planning on killing a young Slenderman so Zalgo could not have an heir. Of course, this was before Slenderman betrayed Zalgo.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: Throughout his adventures, UHG has been toyed with the chances to seal Zalgo out of the mortal realms, and a few times, even kill him, only for something to ruin them. The worst one was when UHG obtained an Oculus, an object capable of sealing Zalgo in the Pit, only for Zalgo to reveal it was just an illusion and destroy the real one.

    Nick 

Nick The Endoskeleton

An animatronic endoskeleton and well-known Monster in the Under Realm.
  • An Arm and a Leg: He gets his legs ripped off by a minion of Zalgo in "Legends of the Multiverse" and is forced to use a wheel-chair for the rest of his appearances.
  • Butt-Monkey: He tends to get hurt a lot.
  • Comedic Sociopath: Qualifies to some extent, given how unpredictably hostile he is.
  • Disabled Snarker: He loses his legs in "Legends of the Multiverse" while fighting one of Zalgo's men, but still nevertheless loses his snarky nature.
  • Disney Villain Death: Although he isn't a villain.
  • The Everyman: Just a guy trying to raise a family in the Under Realm.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He gets angry fairly easily.
  • Killed Off for Real: Becomes one of the many victims of Jane the Killer in "Bigmouth Manor Mystery".
  • No Indoor Voice: A lot of his dialogue is screamed.
  • Politically Incorrect Hero: Mocks Hanson's disfigured hand, the first time without an provocation.
  • Serious Business: Apparently food. It took three days to make a picnic that Jeff ruined through his antics, he screamed at Jeff for forgetting his drink and nearly assaulted him over ice cubes.
  • Take My Hand: Parodied. Nick falls out of a two-story window because he refuses to take the disfigured hand of the perverted Hanson, despite Hanson insisting it's his "strong hand".

    Tails Doll 

Tails Doll

An evil demon who was initially imprisoned in Slenderman's vault before being released by Jeff and BEN.
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    Dr. Applecheek 

Doctor Sweetface J. Applecheek

The Under Realm's resident doctor.


  • A Day in the Limelight: One of the main characters of "Therapy".
  • Almost Dead Guy: He uses his last dying breath to tell Enderman he's fucking crazy.
  • Character Death: Dies when Enderman pistol-whips him to death.
  • Critical Psychoanalysis Failure: When he realizes Enderman is crazier than he thought, Applecheek tries to kill him, his justification being the world would be better without him.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Applecheek tells Enderman the story of when he lost his parents when his town was under attack in World War II. When searching for a new home to live in, he was rejected by numerous orphanages and even his own family members, before finding his a decent foster home.
  • Informed Flaw: While the later seasons make numerous jokes about him being an incompetent quack who possibly never went to medical school we have yet to see him give a bad diagnosis, or screw-up an operation or surgery.
  • Killed Off for Real: Enderman beats him to death in "Therapy".
  • Pædo Hunt: He has strong sexual feelings for children, as shown with BEN. He is also close friends with Epsilon, a child rapist. In "Therapy", [Applecheek outright admits to being a pedophile.
  • Precision F-Strike: When he tries to analyze Enderman and realizes how messed up he is:
    Dr. Applecheek: YOU WANNA KNOW WHATS WRONG WITH YOU?! YOU'RE FUCKING CRAZY!!! THAT'S WHAT!!!
  • The Reveal: "Therapy" reveals he was never a doctor at all.
  • The Shrink
  • Super Doc: He's a practitioner, a surgeon, a dentist, a psychiatrist, and a veterinarian.
  • Took a Level in Dumbass: For the first few seasons, he was a mostly competent doctor with a quirky sense of humor as his one failing. In recent years, he has become a joke of a physician, with a severe lack of medical knowledge, and is implied to have several botched procedures under his belt.
  • Wham Line: In relation to The Reveal mentioned above:
    Enderman': (after Applecheek calls him crazy) I don't understand! I came to you for help! I bared my goddamn soul to you! I told you all my darkest secrets! And now you tell me I'm fucking crazy? What kind of fucking psychologist are you!?
    Dr. Applecheek: Psychologist?! ARE YOU NUTS?! I'M A PEDO!!!!

    The Stiltwalker (AKA the Strider) 

The Stiltwalker (AKA the Strider)

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A highly dangerous monster and criminal that was being transported to a prison until it escaped and apparently killed everyone else onboard. It now roams around in the Dark Forest, waiting for unsuspecting monsters to eat. It is a spider-like creature that is about 10 to 12 feet tall and kidnaps anything that it sees and takes them to its lair for a slow and painful demise.


  • Ax-Crazy: It's homicidal forest dweller that instinctively kills and torments anything it sees. She is noticeably unhinged and needlessly violent even for a predator. This is even more evident as instead of a simple predator, she is a vengeful, spiteful and sadistic Serial Killer.
  • Creepily Long Arms: The Stiltwalker has spider-like limbs.
  • The Dreaded: She is the reason many don't dare to enter the Dark Forest.
  • Eye Scream: Sally blinds it by sticking a tree branch in its eye.
  • The Fair Folk
  • Fate Worse than Death: Well, you'll die eventually, but not after the Stiltwalker is done removing your organs and terrorizing you emotionally.
  • For the Evulz: At first The Stiltwalker seems like she kills to feed herself, thus attempting to survive. However, seeing all the physical and emotional torture she likes to inflict to her victims it's clear she does it for pure sadistic fun at the same time. Her nest, littered with the fresh corpses of monsters, is definitely not the result of a predator that just needs to survive.
  • Gender Reveal: According to BEN, it's a girl, as all female Stiltwalkers have ears.
  • Hell Is That Noise: The high-pitched call it makes when roaming the Dark Forest.
  • Implacable Man: Bordering on slasher villain territory.
  • In a Single Bound: She can leap several hundred feet in the air.
  • Inescapable Horror: Once you enter her den, she will stop at nothing to chase you down and feed on you.
  • Jump Scare: Is always introduced using one.
  • Kick the Dog: When BEN returns to rescue Sally, the Stiltwalker lures BEN to her by disguising her own voice as BEN's mother; raising his hopes of ever seeing her mother again simply to get a faster meal.
  • Knight of Cerebus: "Sally and BEN" is a rather light-hearted Breather Episode in the otherwise intense Season 3, but the Stiltwalker lives up to the threat as one of the most dangerous monsters in the Under Realm, especially after the emotional torture she dishes to the titular characters.
  • Lean and Mean: She's very tall and thin.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Ridiculously tough, but if pissed off enough, she lunges so incredibly fast she can't control that speed; she dives over and plows through everything, just barely missing the heroes. She can even leap hundreds of feet in the air, soaring over the Dark Forest's vast amount of trees, and leaping from bottom to top of a very tall cliff in seconds.
  • Made of Iron: Her stamina and strength were ridiculous enough, but she survived falling into a deep trench without any actual injury and can smash large rocks with her head with no pain involved.
  • Narcissist: According to Comickit, the Stiltwalker is extremely arrogant and vain, to the point where Jeff headbutting her - which didn't hurt her in the slightest - pissed her off, and Sally stabbing her through the eye with a stick sparked a deep, intense grudge.
  • Non-Malicious Monster: Definitely averted; one of the things that made the Stiltwalker so incredibly terrifying is that she didn't just kill for food, she also killed for pleasure and more often, because she was ticked off.
  • One-Man Army: It would take more than 40 Seedeaters just to kill one full-grown Stiltwalker.
  • Plot-Irrelevant Villain: The Stiltwalker has no real impact on the plot aside from periodically tormenting the Proxies.
  • Poisonous Person: She has poisonous teeth and saliva. Her breath also functions as a Deadly Gas.
  • Predators Are Mean: She's not really a predator as much she is a psychotic killer.
  • Roar Before Beating: Her distant roar is the last thing you'll hear before she hunts you down and kills you.
  • Sadist: Unlike the other creatures of the Dark Forest, who kill for food or to provide for their family, the Stiltwalker appears to be a sadist, toying with her prey in order to break them emotionally, and laughing at their misery, which makes her far more villainous than the other monsters. That, and she slowly removes the organs of captured prey before leaving them to die in her lair, leaving her prey in complete and utter fear, not knowing when they will die.
  • Scary Teeth
  • Serial Killer: What she's basically portrayed as. Not only does she kill people and perpetrates mass murders, she also keeps the fresh bodies of her victims as trophies, and considering she has been killing people for years and at a frequent rate, it is not hard to think that her number of victims is in the hundreds, if not thousands.
  • Shooting Superman: She is immune to bullets, as BEN finds out the hard way.
  • Silent Snarker: She doesn't have any lines (not if you count the scene where she imitates BEN's mother), but smirks when she sees BEN is hiding in a ramshackle vending machine.
  • The Sociopath: An arrogant, sadistic and violent predator who kills for pleasure.
  • Super-Persistent Predator: Is absolutely dead-set on killing her targets.
  • Unstoppable Rage: She goes into a psychotic fury whenever her prey tries to fight back.
  • Voice Changeling: At one point, the Stiltwalker does a spot-on imitation of BEN's mother which combined with BEN's last shred of hope of seeing his mother, almost gets him mauled by the Stiltwalker, had not Sally intervened.
  • The Voiceless: She never makes any noises outside of primal cries, growling, faint laughing, and grunts.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Most definitely, as there is an episode where she literally spends her entire onscreen time trying to kill the two titular characters, who happen to be a five and ten-year-old.
  • Your Size May Vary: She is mostly depicted as being at least 15 feet high, but is also often depicted as being a little over Jeff's hight.

    The Skin Taker 

The Skin Taker

The Skin Taker was a skeleton marionette and an inhabitant of the Abysmal Kingdom, who is known for grinding people’s skins. He was very calm and somewhat sadistic. He did not seem to acknowledge skinning his victims as cruel, evil, etc. He actually seems to think he's doing them a favor. The Skin-Taker believes being dead is a different version of being alive, as he speaks of the dead as if they were still alive. As a matter of fact, he rarely has any sympathy for the living, but plenty for the dead. Nowadays, he is a fading 1970s television personality who is currently struggling to rehabilitate his career, long tarnished by divorce, drug addiction, payola, public lasciviousness and multiple run-ins with the law. He is now the host of Show Some Skin, a talent show and is also co-host of the Kill-o-Gram segment of liberal-leaning FM radio station WCTR 95.6 alongside.


  • Big Bad: He was the main antagonist of Candle Cove (the show, not really the episode.)
  • Broken Pedestal: Before finding him out as a washed-up has-been, Jeff used to practically worship him and even dressed up as him for Halloween.
  • Butt-Monkey: The guests of "Show Some Skin", which he hosts, frequently make fun of him, and most non-competition texting polls are frequently about him. Off the show, Jeff has humiliated him twice, BEN sexually abused him, he's been raped by Sexual Offenderman, he's been strangled by Slenderman, and he's been arrested multiple times.
  • Camp Straight: He has a slight lisp, wears pretty flamboyant clothing, hates fighting, and has a ponytail. He also has a thing for slightly underage girls.
  • Casanova Wannabe
  • The Chew Toy: He is a sleazy, arrogant asshole. So most of his abuse is well deserved.
  • Creepy Doll: Although the show made him look creepier than he actually is.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: He went to rehab because he couldn't stop jacking off. He even jacks in traffic.
  • Dem Bones
  • Dirty Coward: His default move when confronted is to run the fuck away.
  • Dirty Old Man: A 51-year-old trying to take advantage of a girl who's barely legal. This bites him hard. He also claims to have several sexual harassment suits against him as well as being addicted to masturbating. BEN, however, is convinced that he's a "closet case" (solely because he happens to be an excitable actor with a ponytail), even after witnessing multiple instances of his creeper behavior.
  • Evil Laugh: A very menacing one in the show due to audio editing. In real life, it's a Un-Evil Laugh.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: An inverted example. He went from a well-known television personality and multi-millionaire to a washed up, pathetic old man trying to relive his glory days by attempting to entertain young people.
  • Jerkass: Both in the show and real life.
  • Sissy Villain: Although "villain" is a bit of an exaggeration.
  • Smug Snake: In keeping with his Candle Cove personality.
  • Teeny Weeny: Which is one of the reasons he rarely gets laid.
  • Too Dumb to Live: After BEN helps him out by delivering cocaine, he tries selling BEN out to the cops to cover his ass.
  • Wouldn't Hit a Girl: When Lara beats him up, he doesn't hit her back.

    Seedeaters 

Seedeaters

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The Seedeater, also called the Birdman, is A half-bird, half-human creature that stalks and eats any monster who happens to come across it. It wears a rag mask that has one eye hole cut out for it to see. The other one seems to be stitched. Its skin is dark green/brown and it has long dark hair. The Seed Eater's mask has a second hole for either a mouth, a beak or a snout.

    The Showman 

The Showman

The sadistic game host of Wheel of Death. He captures unsuspecting monsters and forces them to compete in his incredibly dangerous game show for the entertainment of the Under Rhelm.
  • Ax-Crazy: Even Jeff is disgusted by his game show!
  • Berserk Button:
    • Being called a cheater. He doesn't cheat.
    • The more you progress through his courses, the angrier he gets.
    • He does NOT like being interrupted mid-sentence.
    • Do not insult the idea of his game show.
  • Death Trap: He specializes in these. Some of which include...
  • Dissonant Serenity: The Showman keeps his upbeat attitude and smiles even as his unwilling contestants endure his horrible death courses.
  • Evil Has a Bad Sense of Humor: He has the tendency to giggle at his own sadistic and corny quips.
  • Faux Affably Evil: After the cameras turn on.
  • For the Evulz: Why does he kidnap monsters and force them to endure his torture traps? Aside from to entertain the monsters of the Under Realm, he enjoys it.
  • Freudian Slip: When Ms. P and BEN are choking to death in his gas chamber.
    The Showman: DIE FATHER!- I mean contestants.
  • Ham-to-Ham Combat: A minor one with Jeff.
  • Hypocrite: Hates cheaters and constantly claims he doesn't cheat. He actually does. A lot.
    The Showman: (BEN is trying to get crack the code to the Showman's quicksand trap) I bet solving that thing requires a whole lot of concentration. (starts breaking vases) OOPS! SORRY ABOUT THAT!!
  • It's All About Me: Calling him egotistical and arrogant is putting it lightly.
  • Jerkass: He's smug, condescending, patronizing, and just a thoroughly unpleasant asshole.
  • Karma Houdini: Jeff and BEN immediately forgive him after he gives them a check for surviving his game show. Ms. P is ready to claw his heart out, only to be escorted by his security.
  • Lack of Empathy: Without a doubt considering the torture he inflicts on his contestants. All the Showman cares about is ratings, torture, and shows blatant anticipation at the thought of the contestants dying in his show.
  • Laughably Evil: He is very entertaining to watch.
  • Large Ham: It's mainly to entertain his audience.
  • Lean and Mean: He appears to be a member of Slenderman's race.
  • Mood-Swinger
  • Motor Mouth: He certainly talks a lot.
  • Nice Hat: A top hat.
  • Knockout Gas: How he captures Jeff, Ms. P, and BEN. Also presumably how he kidnaps his other victims.
  • Pet the Dog: A minor and hardly genuine one. He does give the surviving contestants a 1,000$ check and crappy car for winning, but it's only so the Under Rhelm's police don't arrest him.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: When BEN is trying to solve the code to Ms. P's bomb vest, the Showman says "Come on, BEN! A retard would've figured this out by now!"
  • Sadist: Even Jeff would never put his victims through the torture the Showman does. Whether this is a genuine case of Even Evil Has Standards or blatant hypocrisy is up for debate.
  • Slasher Smile: His default expression.
  • Trap Door: He loves using these.
  • Villainous Breakdown: He get's more and more unhinged as Jeff, Ms. P, and BEN solve more of his traps.
  • Why Won't You Die?: He screams "STOP NOT DYING" when Jeff and his friends solve his penultimate trap.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Wheel of Death is an all gender...
  • Would Hurt a Child: ...and all age show.
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    SUICIDEMOUSE.AVI 

SUICIDEMOUSE.AVI

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Probably best to avoid this guy.
Suicide Mouse.avi is a supposed “lost” Disney cartoon believed by many to be cursed. The video contains a character resembling Mickey Mouse walking across a city while a public suicide is heard. Many believe that those that fully watch it go insane and eventually commit suicide.

    Isaac Watkins 

Isaac Watkins

An ex-journalist who was investigating the Epsilon Cult in the 80's. He is under the impression that the Epsilon Cult's leader, Epsilon Mondavarious is evil. Apparently, he wants a Proxy to find him.

    Epsilon Mondavarious 

Epsilon Mondavarious

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"Welcome to the Mondavarious Program. Hope you guess my name."

The head of the Mondavarious Program, a religious cult based on equal parts Scientology and Raëlism. His public profile is that of a somewhat bizarre, yet helpful cult leader wants to bring happiness to the unfortunate. He is also known to be plagued by terrible rumors of being a serial killer, though this has yet to be proven. Epsilon is, in fact, a sadistic serial killer who rapes and murders the members of his cult, or any person unfortunate enough to catch his attention. These atrocities are frequently covered up by his own political status.


  • Ambiguously Christian: While he is watching Jeff, BEN and Smile delivering his money to a nearby helicopter, he can be heard telling BEN to watch his language. He also states to be under the belief that "everything happens for a reason".
  • And Your Little Dog, Too!: Threatens to have Jeff, BEN and even Smile all murdered after they betray him. Jeff doesn't seem to particularly care. Whether Epsilon will come through with his threat remains unknown.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Isaac, whom he's obsessed with getting revenge on.
  • Ax-Crazy: He might be trying to hide it with his polite exterior, but he is very violent, being a serial rapist/torturer/murderer of many, children included. He is also deluded, believing that his God, Wendill, will protect someone like him, and that, because it's in his nature to do what he does, Wendill will not judge him for it. He's also an unbridled sadist to the point of getting off on other's crying and screaming. Even Jeff calls him a "Fucked up old fart."
  • Bad Boss: At one point, he threatens one of his cultists that he will have him beaten if his Torture Cellar wasn't set up properly. He also killed a female cult member for finding out about his murders by pushing her down a mountain and also killed another Mondavarian, Isaac, by stabbing him in the neck and hiding his corpse in an abandoned mine shaft.
  • Bastard Bastard: His mother gave birth to him out of wedlock. His father is never even mentioned, so he obviously wasn't going to help raise him. This was one of the reasons why his mother had to give him up at birth. We have no idea how his mother got pregnant, so it could have been a rape for all we know.
  • Beard of Evil: A rather unkempt one.
  • Berserk Button: Insulting his religion, badmouthing his mother, wearing perfume or revealing clothing, and insulting his age. He also hates anyone who goes against his religion in any way; as a result, he despises fornicators, blasphemers, and all members of the LGBT community, outright calling Masky and Hoodie "faggots". His victims refusing to scream also pisses him off.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: A rare male example. He's initially just a busy but essentially good-natured man trying to promote a seemingly innocent religion. It's all just a facade and he's actually a kidnapper and murderer of many.
  • Black and White Insanity: If you support Epsilonism and want to join his cult, congratulations. You are a smart and wise person and will be blessed with Wendill's love. If you are against his religion or question it in the slightest, you are a sinner and an idiot not worthy of Wendill's love, and you will be punished in the near future.
  • Blood Bath: Believes that bathing in people's blood will give him their power.
  • Canon Foreigner
  • Church of Happyology
  • Con Man: What he really is when it boils down to it. After conning dozens of thousands of dollars out of Jeff, getting him to procure expensive sports cars, and making him run five miles in the desert in stupid robes chanting "Excelsior!!" repeatedly, he promptly skedaddles off to the Caymans. It makes it all the more satisfying when Jeff destroys 80 million dollars that were supposed to be delivered to him
  • Cold-Blooded Torture: He selects members of his cult to be brutally tortured sexually and physically for months on end before being gutted and killed.
  • Color Motif: Blue seems to be one for him.
  • Conspicuous Gloves: Wears black leather gloves whenever he's not at home.
  • Cool Old Guy: Jeff seems him as one and he's a pretty smart and snarky guy. Of course, this is monstrously averted after The Reveal.
  • Corrupt Hick: If his accent is anything to go by.
  • Creepy Monotone: His primary language.
  • Cult: He runs one.
  • Depraved Bisexual: He rapes the cult members he chooses to torture, men and young boys included, which is quite hypocritical when Epsilon himself is revealed to be incredibly homophobic.
  • Dirty Coward: Instantly runs away when Jeff and his friends start killing his cult. He could have stayed behind and fought Jeff and his friends off alongside his cult, but that would require genuine compassion and nobility that Epsilon has never demonstrated.
  • Dissonant Serenity: He is always calm and composed with the sole exception of when Jeff betrays him.
  • Evil All Along: A nice guy, he ain't.
  • Evil Is Petty: According to Isaac's notes, Epsilon killed the husband of a pregnant woman he had been stalking and then had her kidnapped and brought to his hideout. After she rejected his sexual advances, Epsilon stabbed her in the stomach as revenge, before dumping her bottom in an abandoned mineshaft.
  • Evil Old Folks: Hard to get more evil than a man who kidnaps people, rapes them, beats them very, very, violently, and then finally kills them.
  • Evil Orphan: He was forsaken at birth by his unmarried mother, and was raised by priests. He never knew her, and he reveals that he knows that she died years ago. We never even hear about his father or if he's still alive. He revealed to Jeff that his first victims were the priests who raised him out of revenge for molesting him as a child.
  • Evil Smells Bad: Jeff notes how he smells like rotting meat. He picks up on his presence purely by the stench, in fact. The bad smell is likely because he baths in the organs and blood of his victims.
  • Family Values Villain: Has shades of this, such as when he scolds BEN for cussing and later scolds Jeff not being upfront and honest about his name and background with him after having just admitted to being a serial rapist.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Enough to get (some) people to allow him to torture them.
  • For the Evulz: At first, Epsilon seems like he kills out of some religious belief, attempting to gain immortality. However, seeing all the tortures he likes to inflict on his victims it's clear he does it for pure sadistic fun at the same time.
  • Go-Go Enslavement: Whenever Epsilon has his victims taken to his Torture Cellar to torment them before he rapes and murders them, he puts them in a revealing nightwear first.
  • Hate Sink: Besides his creepily polite exterior, Epsilon is a Serial Killer, Pedophile Priest, Serial Rapist, has practiced Cold-Blooded Torture on countless innocent people, is a genocidal homophobe, a He-Man Woman Hater, and gets a hard-on when his victims cry and scream, in that order. The fact he is a Karma Houdini makes this even worse.
  • He-Man Woman Hater: He calls Ms. P a "whore" and wants to kill her.
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: He's rumored to be a serial killer and rapist. Subverted when it's revealed he actually is.
  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: Easily the cruelest, most brutal human of the series, even moreso than Jeff. There's an intense air of cruelty and malice behind Epsilon's cheery pleasantries, especially with the way he's enslaved and tortured thousands of people. Basically, in a show populated with killers and demons, this guy manages to be one of the most heinous villains Jeff has ever faced.
  • Karma Houdini: Makes a swift getaway when Jeff, BEN and Smile eradicate a small portion of his cult. On the bright side, they still destroyed 2 million dollars that were supposed to go to him.
  • Knife Nut: A ceremonial knife which he uses to deal the final blow to victims.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Aside from a gag or two, he's portrayed purely as a cold-blooded, psychotic killer. He has raped and murdered hundreds of men, woman, and children, and the scene where he reveals this to Jeff is filled with the utmost tension.
  • Lack of Empathy: Even when Jeff, BEN, and Smile massacre his cult, all Epsilon does is get into a nearby car and drive away, leaving his loyal Mondavarians to die defending him. He also mocks his victims for crying and begging as he tortures them.
  • Loves To Hear Them Scream: In fact, it's deconstructed by a few victims . According to Isaac's notes, he was once unable to rape a little girl because he might be impotent without hearing her cry, thus she refuses to do so when he started whipping him.
    Epsilon: They've all screamed, Jefferey. Dozens of them. Maybe a hundred! Eight years' worth of men, women and children. Every one of them has screamed! And if there weren't so many people here about, I would show you how to make my next victim scream! It's going to be one hell of a show!
  • The Nicknamer: For most, it's just a longer version of their given name (Jeffery, Benjamin, Jackson, Timothy).
  • Nightmare Fetishist: " He likes to hear them scream"
  • Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: The fact that he's a mere human with an intense air of cruelty and malice willing to commit atrocities for pure enjoyment makes him pretty scary and chilling. That, and his creepy fixation on raping and murdering men, woman, and children.
  • Non-Action Big Bad: Mainly relies on assassins to do his dirty work.
  • Pedophile Priest: He is a rapist and murderer of many children. When he tells Jeff that he plans on killing and raping Lenny, a 13-year-old, he states that Lenny is "a little too old for his tastes" but he will forgive that for once.
  • Sadist: He sadistically tortures people over a period of weeks before slowly killing them and bathing in their blood.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Connections!: He is a senator of some unknown region of the Under Realm, ensuring he gets away with his crimes.
    Isaac Watkins: It's over, Epsilon. Let the girl go.
    Epsilon: You can't do a goddamn thing to me, Isaac! You know who I am! You know who will come for you! You can't touch me, you piece of shit cop!
  • Serial Killer: The number of cult members and wandering souls he has tortured and murdered are limitless. Initially, only three victims of his were found, but Epsilon admits that he's killed hundreds of men, woman, and children. He also kills those who find out about this without his say-so, such as the case with Isaac and an unnamed female cult member.
  • Serial Rapist: He is a serial rapist as well as a serial killer.
  • The Sociopath: He's cruel, brutal, sadistic, brainwashes completely peaceful, defenseless people, robs them of their money and twists them into fanatic drones. And that's before the raping and killing.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: He describes the rape and murder of his victims as if it's part of his morning routine.
  • Terms of Endangerment: He never misses the chance to call Isaac a "piece of shit cop".
  • Torture Technician: Before killing his victims, he keeps them alive for a long time to enjoy their suffering.
  • Walking Spoiler: The rumors surrounding him are all true.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Outright admits to raping and murdering children.

     Vlad 
A masked Russian Mondavarian who tracks down and kills anyone who tries to bring down Epsilon.

     Clyde 

Clyde

A human touring through the Under Realm.
  • Captain Oblivious: It's one of his most endearing traits. He is completely clueless to the fact that everyone in the Under Realm is a Serial Killer, others teasing him, as well as their obvious annoyance when he joins their teams and causes a ruckus (when Laughing Jack throws a cake at him in anger, he cheerfully starts a Food Fight, assuming it's all in fun). Notable in that he's a rare example of a Captain who never gets brought out of his Oblivious state, yet still gets the last laugh on his tormentors.
  • The Fool: Despite being oblivious and not very bright, the Amusing Injuries are often subjected on the Monsters and not him.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: To the Proxies and Enderman when he temporarily joins their teams. Not that he ever notices.
  • Hawaiian Shirt Tourist: Complete with floral shorts.
  • The Klutz: When Enderman's team are spying on the Proxies on a powerline, he accidentally slips off the powerline and seems completely unaware of his own size and weight in relation to his companions, who are disguised as birds.
  • No Social Skills: He never seems to realize that the Proxies or Enderman's team don't want him around.

     Jane the Killer 

Jane The Killer

Jane was originally a normal teenage girl with a happy life and a loving family. Then her life changed when the infamous Jeff the Killer murdered her family. Consumed by grief and revenge, Jane snapped and adopted the persona of Jane the Killer. Jane then committed a series of murders herself, fantasizing that the victims were Jeff. Eventually, she tracked him to the Under Realm, where she patiently waits to spring her trap and kill him...
  • Adaptational Badass: A much more formidable fighter than her original counterpart.
  • Adaptational Villainy: The original Jane wasn't a sweetheart by any means, but she was never implied to be willing to kill children.
  • Arch-Enemy: Jane sees Jeff as hers.
  • Ax-Crazy: Manages to be less self-compressed than Jeff. She also discovers that killing people was more fun than she first thought.
    Jane: Y'see, I'm not too fond of shootin'. It's my preference to slice and dice. Once you slit a man's throat and see all that blood pouring from his veins, a little bang-bang's never gonna match the sight of that.
  • Big Bad: She served as the primary antagonist of "Bigmouth Manor Mystery". Still hell-bent on killing Jeff, she planned on murdering him, a few more others, and framing Bigmouth's butler Hanson.
  • Berserk Button: The mere sight of Jeff is enough to drive her insane.
    • When Jeff mocks her over her family's death, she goes ballistic and completely ruins her own strategy.
  • Dark Action Girl: Gothic, wears dark clothes, can kick ass, and a hood hunter to boot.
  • The Comically Serious: Around the Proxies in "To Proxy Mountain".
  • Deadpan Snarker: Sometimes.
    Ms. P: You won't get away with this! Jeff and BEN will- (Jeff and BEN fall through a nearby roof and into Jane's trap)
    Jane: You were saying?
  • The Dreaded: By the time of "To Proxy Mountain", even Ticci Tobey is afraid of her.
  • Enemy Mine: The only reason she joins the Proxies on their quest to save the universe in "To Proxy Mountain" was because she didn't want to give Eyeless Jack the satisfaction of killing Jeff.
  • Evil Laugh" Multiple times.
  • The Farmer and the Viper: When Jane landed in the Under Realm, she was greeted by a local store owner with open arms. He gave her all the weapons she asked for and even gave her tea, and then she brutally eviscerated him.
  • For the Evulz: While Jane seems to only kill people out of anger for her parent's, it's pretty clear that by the time "Bigmouth Manor Mystery" comes along she just uses it as an excuse to hurt others. Not only does she try to kill Jeff, but she also kills four others, one of which she went out of her way to kill.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: Prior to Jeff killing her family, she wore glasses.
  • Freudian Excuse: Jeff killed her entire family.
  • Go-Karting with Bowser: There are many scenes in "To Proxy Mountain" with her and Jeff together without so much as an outburst occurring (although she does verbally abuse him multiple times).
  • Giggling Villain: She giggles and cackles a lot in "Bigmouth Manor Mystery".
  • Groin Attack: Does this to Jeff multiple times.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Everything seems to piss her off.
  • Harmful to Minors: She stabs Ms. P right in front of Sally.
  • Hate Sink: Although her mission to kill Jeff seemed noble at first, the comic goes out its way to show Jane has become every bit as evil as Jeff. Almost immediately after being given weapons by a kind store owner, Jane decides to gleefully torment the old man before murdering him just for kicks and giggles. Placed a bomb underneath Proxy Mansion solely to enjoy the chaos. This causes two more deaths, and kills a random security guard. She kidnaps Sally and tortures Ms. P right in from of her, breaks BEN's arm, and shoots at Masky multiple times, even laughing when Hoodie takes a few shots for him.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: In her mission to find Jeff, she becomes every bit the killer he is.
  • Hidden Villain: She is the Big Bad of "Bigmouth Manor Mystery".
  • Jerkass: She's sadistic, vengeful, and a Serial Killer.
  • Kick the Dog: Trying to kill Jeff isn't particularly bad, but going after his friends (especially Sally) is just unnecessary.
  • The Killer Becomes the Killed: In "Bigmouth Manor Mystery", she succesfully framed Hanson for her crime and would have killed Ms. P and Jeff, who both discovered that she was the killer, had Jeff not released Bigmouth's Cerberus to maul her.
  • Killed Off for Real: She is killed when Jeff releases Bigmouth's pet Cerberus, which promptly attempts to maul her.
  • Knife Nut
  • Knight of Cerebus: She is played very seriously in her first appearance. Downplayed in later episodes where she is more of the Comically Serious but then played straight once more in "Bigmouth Manor Mystery".
  • Lack of Empathy: Jeff killing her family destroyed any goodness she ever had. At one point, she brags about previously killing a little girl - and has her sights on Sally when she's done with Jeff.
  • Oh, Crap!: Jane gets one once Jeff releases Bigmouth's pet Cerberus and promptly proceeds to maul her.
  • Meaningful Background Event: At the beginning of "Bigmouth Manor Mystery", Jane (with a voice changer) tries to warn Jeff about her plan to kill him, possibly to drive Jeff into a panic where no one believes him, but after saying that the night will "be a bit... active," Jeff mistakenly assumes she was going to say something else and hangs up on her as he says not to be afraid since Bigmouth is a huge fan of the Proxies. As we learn near the end, Jeff really should have listened.
  • Put On The Bus: She stopped appearing regularly after "To Proxy Mountain".
  • Pre-Mortem One-Liner: When she reveals herself to Jeff and Ms. P as the killer in Bigmouth's mansion.
    Why, this is a crime scene! And you're the victims.
  • Psychotic Smirk: Her mask's default expression.
  • The Reveal: She is the Serial Killer in "Bigmouth Manor Mystery.
  • Redemption Rejection: Has some sort of version of this with Jeff at the end of "To Proxy Mountain".
    Jeff: So.. I'm assuming we're good now? You gonna stop trying to kill me and my friends?
    Jane: You killed my fucking parents, you fucking asshole. I'm gonna kill you eventually so keep your eyes open. I'll see you soon, motherfucker.
  • The Resenter: Her hatred of Jeff outmatches everyone in the entire series, even Slenderman.
  • Revenge: Her primary motivation. She longs to kill Jeff and all of his friends for killing her family.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Goes on a killing spree until she discovers Jeff's location.
  • Sadist: While she has some degree of honor, she clearly gets a kick out of the suffering she causes, to the point of subjecting Ms. P to Electric Torture for not telling her where Jeff is.
  • Serial Killer: There is rarely a scene where she doesn't kill someone.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Only when she's angry.
  • Starter Villain: One of the first major villains Jeff ever encountered.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: And then Jeff came along.
  • Walking Spoiler: Due to her role as the Big Bad in "Bigmouth Manor Mystery".
  • Would Hurt a Child:
    • When she holds Ms. P and Sally hostage, she holds a knife to Sally's throat to keep Ms. P and the other Proxies away.
    Jane: Be quiet or I'll slit her throat.
    • Before her final fight with Jeff, she breaks BEN's arm.
    • At one point, Jane is running through the people she killed to get to get, one of them was a little girl who frequently talked about Jeff on internet forums.

    Hanson 

Hanson

The caretaker in Bigmouth's mansion with a seriously deformed hand.
  • Bullying a Dragon: When Jane the Killer reveals herself as the killer in Bigmouth's mansion, Hanson assumes one of Jane's nicknames was "evil dirtbag with a chainsaw". It doesn't end well. Subverted in that Jane says that nickname is her favorite.
  • The Butler Didit: Subverted. Everyone believes he was the killer loose in Bigmouth's mansion and he is very nearly arrested for it, until it is revealed the real killer was Jane the Killer.
  • Character Death: Is the last victim of Jane the Killer in "Bigmouth Manor Mystery"
  • Red Right Hand: His left hand is seriously fucked up and also one of the reasons Jeff believes him to be the killer.
  • The Southpaw: He is left handed, as seen when he tries to save Nick from falling to his death.
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