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    The Forces of Good 

A boy spirited away to the Moon by the Moon Bear King, transformed into a puppet and decapitated, Kutaro is tasked with collecting the Moonstones and overthrowing Moon Bear King with the power of Calibrus, the magic scissors of the Moon Goddess.

  • Cranium Chase: Taking damage makes Kutaro's current head pop off, causing him to frantically gesture while the player tries to steer him in the head's direction before it disappears.
  • Chosen One: The Calibrus itself.
  • Expy: Kutaro is essentially one of Pinocchio.
  • Good Is Not Soft: He is surprisingly brutal to the enemies he faces, alongside Pikarina, who encourages it. Of particular note is abandoning General Rat while escaping Snake's body; and General Dog, who offers his Moonstone if Kutaro bests him in playing rough, and ultimately has his brain sliced in half.
  • Giftedly Bad: Played with in that the game states that the reason Kutaro is quiet is because his actor was terrible at vocally acting. While his mannerisms come through visually in game, Kutaro himself is so small unfocused and not usually the focus that most of what he does could count as a Funny Background Event, such as when Pikarina talks to him during the into to Act 1 of Chapter 2, where he seems more interested in playing with and snipping at the forest animals than listening to her talk about Ezma.
  • Losing Your Head: Kutaro has his head torn off by the Moon Bear King in the intro; soon after, he is found by Ying Yang and given a new one with no particular ill effect. Should Kutaro take damage during gameplay, the head will fall off and the player will have a few seconds to grab the head again before it disappears. If Kutaro doesn't have any more heads (up to three can be carried), he loses a life.
  • Silent Protagonist: Kutaro, on account of having lost his head in the intro, does not speak for the duration of the game. He does, however, emote quite a bit.
    • It's explained in the head collection that the person playing Kutaro's acting was so bad that it nearly ruined the whole production, so all of his lines were cut.
  • The Unchosen One: Zig-Zagged; while Ezma and Ying Yang let slip that Kutaro is only the latest of many, many children whom they've tried sending against the Moon Bear King by telling them they're the Chosen One, and that they at this point are quite surprised to see someone get far enough to even be sent off on the quest, Kutaro does find himself the wielder of Calibrus, a pair of magic scissors that are only supposed to be used by the Chosen One.

Ezma Potts
A witch working in the kitchens of the Moon Bear King, she has been plotting to overthrow Moon Bear King by enlisting brave child puppets into trying to steal Calibrus back from the tyrant.

Voiced By: Rachel Atkins

  • Character Development: Steadily warms up to Kutaro and becomes more and more kind as the game goes on which helps foreshadow her true more benevolent form.
  • Expy: She can be seen as one to Yubaba from Spirited Away.
  • Forced Transformation: She's actually the Moon Goddess, transformed into a witch by the Moon Bear King, although she does not remember this until a few moments before she is changed back to normal.
  • Good is Not Nice: She's a cranky old witch who has sent numerous puppet children to their doom to get Calibrus, and forces them to help her in the kitchen if they refuse, all while constantly screaming and berating them. Nevertheless, her main goal is still to save the universe from the Moon Bear King’s tyranny.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: She's capable of speaking calmly, but it doesn't take much to set her off into another fit of yelling and screaming.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Emphasis on the jerk early on, but she really does mean well and lightens up as Kutaro proves himself. Is also this as the Moon Goddess, where she undeniably benevolent but still haughty and short-tempered.
  • Lethal Chef: Ezma's cooking is absolutely horrible, and Ying Yang only eats it because there is nothing else. In one of the picture books, she is tasked with making a meal to make the Moon Bear King's minions "happy". To accomplish this, she makes a stew of a number of happy-sounding fruits and vegetables, as well as a secret ingredient. The soldiers, wary of Ezma's reputation, refuse to eat the stew unless someone else tries it, so Ying Yang reluctantly tastes it for them. Unfortunately, while the stew is excellent, Ezma's secret ingredient is Snake's venom — the single most poisonous substance in the solar system — resulting in Ying Yang losing the eighth of his nine lives.
  • Man Behind the Man: As the one who sent Kutaro to steal Calibrus and collect the Moon stone shards held by the Moon Bear King's Generals, Ezma Potts is essentially "The one pulling Kutaro's strings" as General Monkey put it.
  • Unlimited Wardrobe: Throughout the entirety of the game, she shows up dressed up in various outfits, including knight armor, a ninja outfit, a pirate outfit, scuba diving gear, and a luchador outfit. It's possible that they're all conjured up by magic, though.

Ying Yang
Ezma Potts's flying cat, formerly belonging to the Moon Goddess, Ying Yang acts as a snarky guide for Kutaro.

Voiced By: Kerry Shale

  • Cats Have Nine Lives: However, by the time the game starts, he's only got one left. He spent seven of them trying to resist the Moon Bear King's rule and raising a rebellion. He lost the eighth by eating Ezma Potts's stew (seasoned with Snake's venom).
  • Deadpan Snarker: He doesn't take anything too seriously, often making jokes even in dangerous situations.
  • Exposition Fairy: Ying Yang is responsible for providing backstory to the audience, and spends most of the first act explaining what is going on as he flies around and guides Kutaro.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Snarky and vain, yet loyal and helpful.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Has a voice reminiscent of Peter Lorre.
  • Verbal Tic: Ying Yang pronounces certain words with cat sounds; "magic" becomes "meow-gic" and "moon" becomes "mewn", for instance. He makes every kind of cat pun possible, to the point that there's one in almost every sentence he speaks.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: He prods Little Bear into taking the dark Moonstone, and starting the story. Its a little odd as well, considering he had no reason at all to do so. It's possible that it was out of jealousy for the Moon Goddess' affections, but it's never really explained.

The Princess of the Sun, Pikarina was transformed by the Moon Bear King into a pixie when she came to investigate what happened to the Moon Goddess. After being rescued by Kutaro, she assists him in the quest to retrieve the twelve Moonstone pieces.

Voiced By: Julie Rogers

  • Big Eater: Whenever something related to food comes along, she's sure to start fawning over it. This eventually causes trouble for her, as she chows down on a gingerbread house with Kutaro, and she becomes too fat to even see her toes, though this was party because of Monkey's hypnotic gas.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: She's one of the few characters to interact with the narrator, and at times makes it clear that she's aware that it's all just a stage production, and that she's just an actress.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Whenever a cute and innocent animal appears, you can expect her to go "Awwwwww!"
  • Deadpan Snarker: She's very sarcastic and jokey.
  • Forced Transformation: Transformed into her current state by the Moon Bear King at the start of the game.
  • Genki Girl: She's very vocal and energetic.
  • Exposition Fairy: Takes on this role after Ying-Yang stays with Ezma Potts.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's whiny, wise-cracking, hypocritical, pretty violent, and just downright rude (intentional or not) towards nearly everyone in the game (some being more deserving of it than others) but shows genuine concern for others and has her heart in the right place, and tries to do what she can to help Kutaro.
  • The Power of the Sun: As her true self, she has a warming aura that makes the outer planets uncomfortable when she visits them.
  • Rebellious Princess: Goes against her father's wishes of letting the moon solve its own problems
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: While her father was content to just let the Moon sort out its own problems, she stepped in to find the Moon Goddess once she heard what had happened.
  • Valley Girl: Talks very much like this, although it seems that it's only in her pixie form. When she's in her normal form, she's a bit more regal in her manner of speaking, although by the end of the game, her speech seems to be somewhere in between. Compare...
    Pikarina: (Regular form, whilst being kidnapped by Grubs) Where is the Moon Goddess!? I demand to know where you have taken her! Ah, unhand me you louts, how dare you!
    Pikarina: (Pixie form, exiting Tiger's mouth) Like, oh my gosh! That was so totally gross! I am covered in Tiger slobber, do you know how much I already pay for dry cleaning!? UGH!
    Pikarina: (Regular form, after the final battle) Hush now, Little Bear. You have a friendship, and that is a ship that can sail anywhere! Once tight, always tight! (Giggles)
  • Wag the Director: There are times where she'll break the fourth wall, which includes speaking to the narrator, or, when she gets plumped up in Act 5, talking about calling her agent and lawyer when Kutaro gets returned to normal and she doesn't.
    Pikarina: Omigosh, I'm serious! What about me!? You DO still have my other costume? Gonna presto change-o during the scene change or something? Right!? Hey! Are you trying to wreck my career!? So NOT cool. I have an image. You know what? Tell the manager that I've already called my agent AND lawyer! Tell him!

Gregarious T. Oswald

Also known as G, Gregarious T. Oswald is the narrator of the theater Kutaro's story takes place in. He's, of course, never seen physically, but he's the one who casted the show, owns the magical theater, and explains backstory and lore of the moon to the audience. As with any narrator worth their salt, we come to learn a bit about him as he also converses with the characters, and while he's just supposed to be a narrator, he does also help Kutaro along by giving him hints and cheering him on.

  • Author Appeal: The show is his creation, and thus the setpieces become based on things he has Hidden Depths interests in, such as trains and giant robots.
  • Cool Old Guy: He's apparently a fairly elderly gentleman, While Kutaro traverses Lake Cedrus in Act two he reminisces about his honeymoon, he makes a point to cherish the memories when "you're as old as I am." This does not stop him from enjoying the proceedings.
  • Lemony Narrator: About on par with the Trope Namer, but as an opposing Foil to Snicket, Oswald is chipper, optimistic and will often get in on the fun of the story he's telling.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Pikarina, she's volatile, insulting, attention-seeking, and often just wants to get to the point; meanwhile he is more even tempered, contemplative, likes to get lost in details, but is never directly seen. To say they two verbally butt heads during the game would be a grand understatement, as Pikarina loves to Wag the Director or otherwise interrupt his narration. The two are on good terms and behind Kutaro all the way, after all, he wouldn't have hired her if he didn't think she was suited to play her character.

    The Moon Bear King's Forces 

The Moon Bear King
I'll devour the whole Moon if that's what it take to get rid of you worms!
Voiced By: Nick Ellsworth

The main antagonist of the story and new tyrannical ruler of the Moon. Once a servant to the Moon Goddess, he overthrew her and established himself as king with the power of the Black Moonstone. Impatient, power-hungry and easy to anger, the Moon Bear King is responsible for all the recent woes of the Moon's people.

  • 0% Approval Rating: Damn near everyone. Even some of his generals are scared by him.
  • Aliens Are Bastards: Technically he's a stuffed bear from the Moon, but whatever.
  • The Antichrist: Inverted. The Moon Bear King is the complete polar opposite of the benevolent Moon Goddess, but Little Bear is not.
  • Artifact of Doom: The Dark Moonstone, which drove him to insanity and gave him his power.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: After he devours the souls of every last child on Earth, the Moon Bear King becomes a towering monstrosity, larger than his own castle.
  • Ax-Crazy:
    "I don't need love. My subjects and soldiers and the people of the Moon and children of the Earth serve just one purpose — to feed... my... HUNGER!"
  • Bad Boss: Incredibly so. He's impatient, uncaring and isn't afraid to strangle his servants who've displeased him.
  • Bears Are Bad News: He's a real nasty piece of work.
  • Big Bad: Overthrew the Moon Goddess and now rules the moon with an iron fist.
  • Colossus Climb: Inverted, the final boss fight has you literally cutting him down to size until he's just a head.
  • Evil Counterpart: Considered to this to the Moon Goddess.
  • Expy: He is seen as one of Oogie Boogie.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: As Little Bear, he was a lonely little cub. As the Moon Bear King, he's a homicidal, power-hungry maniac who steals the souls of children for his own benefit.
  • Hates Being Alone: Little Bear didn't turn to evil just because he wanted to. He just didn't want to be alone.
    "But without this, I'm nothing. I'd... I'd just be me."
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: Turns out this is what Moon Bear King wanted all along.
  • Ironic Echo: "Kutaro, will you be my friend? Pals to the bitter end?"
  • Large Ham: The biggest ham in the story, in all likelihood.
  • Last Villain Stand: Takes one once his castle's been destroyed. But it's easy to fight the hero when you're a freaking giant.
    "So you destroyed my castle. Big deal. Who needs a castle when I am already invincible!"
  • Near-Villain Victory: If it weren't for Kutaro, he would have apparently conquered the whole universe thanks to the souls of every last child on Earth.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: The death of General Dragon only ensured that the Moon Bear King could continue to devour the souls of children.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: There's no guessing who the guy is with a name like the Moon Bear King.
  • Make My Monster Grow: Turns into a colossus for the final showdown, after devouring the souls of every last child on Earth.
  • Obviously Evil: He has red eyes, crude patches all over his body and a vicious set of teeth.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Acts very immature most of the time. Which makes sense, since he actually is a child.
  • Shoot the Messenger: He isn't above choking minions who bring bad news to him.
  • This Is My Story: He actually invokes this during the game.
    "This is my story, so just get to the part where I sound good!"
  • Turned Against Their Masters: Against the Moon Goddess.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: He used to be a friendly, cute animal-child prior to his corruption.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: The Black Moon Stone gave Little Bear incredible knowledge, allowing him to rebel against the Moon Goddess. He also went insane.

General Tiger

I'll whittle you down to size, you little gnat!
Voiced By: Christopher Fairbank

The first general Kutaro must face. General Tiger is a giant, well, tiger. He appears to be Moon bear King's right hand man, but is easily taken down by Kutaro in the first Act. He was apparently a complete coward before the rise of the Moon Bear King, and still is, beating the weak, but cowardly serving the powerful.

  • Absurdly Sharp Claws: He embeds them in the stone walls of the castle.
  • Cats Are Mean: He's cowardly when it comes to talking to the Moon Bear King, but he's still a threatening figure.
  • Epic Flail: The end of his tail is one. If Kutaro has the Spiked Ball head with him during Tiger's boss fight, it can be transformed into a soft ball of fluff that does absolutely no damage to Kutaro.
  • Killed Off for Real:Gets skinned and made into a rug by the Moon Bear King after Kutaro defeats him.
  • Kill It Through Its Stomach: If Kutaro has the Pikarina head during the boss fight, he can trigger Pikarina (Whom Tiger previously swallowed) to start knocking around in his stomach, stunning him and allowing Kutaro to skip the fight straight to the QTE finisher sequence.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: Unintentionally gives away the location of the Knight's powers to Kutaro.
  • Paper Tiger: He can be tough when he needs to be, but he's actually quite cowardly, and seems to only follow the Moon Bear King out of fear of him.
  • The Dragon: Is the only general to actually be seen with the Moon Bear King for most of his screen time.
  • Shock and Awe: Summons down lighting for a couple of his attacks.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Was a cute little tiger cub.

General Rat
With just one gulp of Plum Miraculixir, you can kiss the problems good-bye!
Voiced By: James Goode

The second general Kutaro must fight. Rat is the smallest of the generals, which fits his cowardly nature. A true dirty rat, Rat is every shady business man ever, using slick talk to trick the inhabitants of the Moonwood into poisoning them selves with his Plum Miraculixir. Despite his loyalty to the Moon Bear King, as soon as someone more powerful than himself comes along, he immediately gives up.

  • A Taste of Their Own Medicine: Literally gets this in Act 2, Curtain 3, where you have to ride him through General Snake's stomach, which is full of his Plum Miraculixir.
    Rat: I am not liking the taste of my own medicine!
  • Dirty Coward: After his boss fight, he's only concerned about saving his own skin, whether it means forging a fake alliance with Kutaro, or merely running away.
  • Jet Pack: Wears one in his boss fight.
  • Killed Off for Real: Tries to talk his way out of punishment by saying he was going to one-up Kutaro, but is lured in and strangled to death when Moon Bear King asks him to tell him about it.
  • Honest John's Dealership: His main product is poison, which he disguises as medicine.
  • Technicolor Toxin: His Plum Miraculixir is the standard purple color.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Same as all of the other generals.
  • You Dirty Rat!: He's a dishonest salesman who sells poison in a ripped up purple suit. He also seems to have his poison covering his body.

General Snake

"This time I will CHEW FIRST!"
Voiced By: David Holt

The third general Kutaro must battle. General Snake is the second largest general, next to General Dragon. He was locked under Castle Grizzlestein due to his venom being so incredibly toxic that it can destroy any organic object in a matter of seconds. He is bitter and resentful of his imprisonment, but is still loyal to the Moon Bear King.

General Pig

"Yo ho HOINK! Another fine haul, me old salt!"
Voiced By: Richard Ridings

One part of the pirate general duo, General Pig is the second smallest general. As a pig, he is incredibly greedy, which is doubled due to his piracy. He isn't particularly bright, and is helped along by General Sheep. Though he and Sheep still fight over their booty, they still work well together.

General Sheep

"Think of the time we might waste... and the electric bill!"
Voiced By: David Holt

The second half of the pirate general duo. As greedy as Pig, but is less willing to let his wealth go to waste. Is more intelligent than Pig, making the rational thoughts for the duo. He and Pig may fight sometimes, but they still work together well as a team.

General Horse

"I'll teach you to look a gift horse in the mouth!"
Voiced By: Jules de Jongh

The 6th general Kutaro must confront. The wife of General Bull, they were once lovers, but due to the Moonstone Shards, they became locked in an endless racing tournament. She is incredibly self confident, and refuses to lose once she gets locked into any type of conflict. She and her husband barely notice Kutaro at first, though.

General Bull
"My Moo-oon-stone shard? Get real, tiny. I'm not that stupid!"
Voiced By: Luis Soto

Married to General Horse, General Bull (due to the moonstones, and some food from Ezma Potts) has become locked in an endless race with his wife, and has - in general - become a Jerkass who refuses to accept a loss of any kind.

  • Animal Mecha: He doesn't transform like his wife does, but he's clearly designed to resemble a piece of construction equipment combined with a piece of steampunk technology.
  • Competition Freak: Much like his wife.
  • Determinator: This guy is this personified, his entire boss fight has him get back up again and again, as he continues to overheat.
  • Happily Married: Used to be with Horse. Now they're constantly fighting each other.
  • Nobody Calls Me "Chicken"!: Has the same reaction as his wife.
  • Turns Red: since he is actually made of metal, this is actually more plausible than most examples.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Same with the other generals.
  • Verbal Tic: Being a bull, he has a tendency to accentuate the "moo" in "moonstone."

General Dog
"I know you love me."
Voiced By: Mark Lewis Jones

The General in charge of Guarding Hallowee Ville. General Monkey has Replaced much of his body with robotics, but he still retains his rather innocent personality. After his first defeat, Monkey transforms him into a full-on robot powered by the moonstone shards Kutaro had collected thus far.

  • Big Friendly Dog: You really wouldn't guess it from just looking at him, but he actually is this. He says before his boss fight that he wants nothing more than someone to scratch behind his ears, and even offers his moonstone shard to Kutaro and Pikarina as a reward for beating him out of his own will. Even as Robo-Dog, he snaps out of his killer robot persona long enough to (try) and enjoy a bone and play fetch with a bomb.
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Kutaro's method of finishing him is ripping out his exposed brain and chopping it in half.
  • Brain in a Jar: His weak spot in his first boss fight is his exposed brain.
  • Robot Dog: Appears to be a cyborg in his first boss fight, and by the second he has become mostly machine, thanks to Monkey.
  • Too Dumb to Live: His boss fight involves tricking him three times into snacking on a bone in order to expose his weak spot.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: And used to be a regular puppy and not a robot.

General Monkey
"Good for you! I think I'll give you a special reward!"
Voiced By: James Goode

The seventh General Kutaro encounters, General Monkey is the inventor of most of the technology used by Moon Bear King and the other generals. His intellect and cunning makes him one of the most difficult of the generals for Kutaro to defeat and indeed, he is the last one to go down.

  • The Dragon: Monkey is easily Moon Bear King's most reliable General.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Appears in General Bull's boss fight in disguise as a luchador referee. He ends up giving Kutaro a champion belt upon his victory, which ends up being a trap, as it was actually a device that sprayed hypnotic gas at Kutaro and Pikarina.
  • Evil Genius: He's a mad scientist.
  • "Get Back Here!" Boss: In Act 7, where he's trying to get away from Kutaro via a spaceship and prevent the moonstone from being completed. If it weren't for Yin-Yang giving Kutaro transport, he probably would've gotten away with it.
  • Japanese Ranguage: It's not clear what exactly his weird accent is supposed to be, but it sounds very much like someone dubbing a Kung-Fu movie.
  • Killed Off for Real: After numerous attack on his ship by constellations, losing his helmet, and crashing into the sun, His ship explodes, and Monkey is lost in space.
  • Mad Scientist: Is one in Hallowee-Ville.
  • Maniac Monkeys: Again, mad scientist.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Same with the other generals.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: He was already smart, but once he got a moonstone shard, he became smarter and crazier.

General Rabbit
"Am I out of tricks?"
Voiced By: Timothy Watson

A French rabbit magician who works with General Rooster to take control of the Land of Time's Clock Tower. Though he could've probably easily done it already, he mostly wastes time by enjoying tea with Rooster and hanging out in his own private Pocket Dimension.

  • Death by Irony: After you get up to the mystery boxes hanging above his stage and cut one of the ropes, one of his previous tricks will damage him for you. One of said tricks is what actually finishes him off in the quick time event.
  • Death Dealer: Not in the usual way. Instead of outright thowing them, he flips them and makes them drop when they are platforms during his fight. Considering there are Spikes of Doom beneath your feet, this actually works well for him.
  • French Jerk: A French magician working for the main villain.
  • Magicians Are Wizards: He's able to enter pocket dimensions and summon flying playing cards.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: With Elmuh Fudd Syndwome to boot.
  • Weaponized Headgear: Its where he pulls his tricks out of. And like Oddjob, he can throw it as an attack.

General Rooster
My beautiful...plumage!"
Voiced By: Daniel Curshen

A strange General who works with Rabbit. He seems rather stuck up and effeminate, wasting his time with tea alongside Rabbit in the Land of Time's topiary garden maze. He searches for Mr. Pink to put The Clocktower's time at midnight, and trap the children of earth in a nightmare.

  • Ambiguously Gay: He wears a corset with heart designs all over it; and switches between talking like a gentleman, and talking like an effeminate lady.
  • Death by Irony: Uses fire in a lot of his attacks, and ends up getting cooked.
  • Karmic Death: After using fire to try and torch Kutaro, the puppet cuts off the plume on his head and the wing Kutaro sent flying earlier in the event cooks him alive.
  • Mister Seahorse: He can apparently lay eggs despite not being a female chicken.
    Pikarina: Wait, these are your eggs? I thought you were a boy chicken.
    Rooster: I can be whatever I want! I'm a peacock!
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Used to be a cute little chick.

General Dragon
"Did you seriously just cut off my tail!? Tell me you didn't just cut off my tail!"
Voiced By: Kerry Shale

General Dragon is one of the Moon Bear King's twelve generals, and is apparently the most powerful of them all. He is the second to last General Kutaro fights and is the biggest of them all. He is also the one who steals the soul's of children's on his masters behalf.

    The Moon's Inhabitants 

Mr. Pink
Mr. Pink with Kutaro
A Flamingo in the Land of Time who serves to keep its Clocktower running smoothly, so that the Land of time won't spin out of control, and so dreams that children have run smoothly. His a bit of an intellectual chatterbox, and can overload a person listening to him.
  • Butt-Monkey: As a picture book reveals, He originally lost his job as the Land of Times clock manager and proved to have horrible luck at any other position he tried out for (For example, with the clock broken everyones time was out of wack) including being Captain Gaff's sword, sacrificing his dignity and his health for a wife who was cheating on him, and children who did not respect him (both of which eventually left him alone). After all that he goes back to the one thing that is still around, the clock tower, only to be smashed on the clocks face by the wind. After that The Moon Goddess gives him a "Reason You Suck" Speech, with the bad parts heavily outweighing the good, and tells him essentially that he can only ever be used as a clock tower piece, yes Mr. Pink is literally objectified

  • Jerkass: He's annoyed by nearly everything, and hates having to explain himself.
    • Though, its not entirely without reason...
  • Motor Mouth: To the point that even Pikarina can't stand him.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: He'll give out the latin origins of a word in the middle of a sentence.

Mother and Father Cedar
Father Cedar on the left, Mother Cedar on the right
The Moonwood's guardian deities who take the form of two trees growing close to each other. They are the source of the forest, and should they fall, the Moonwood would surely die off.
  • Fat and Skinny: Mother Cedar is the fat, Father Cedar is the skinny.
  • Horrible Judge of Character: The two trust General Rat and believe that his miracle elixir will help Mother Cedar to lose weight and for Father Cedar to smell better.
  • The Glasses Gotta Go: Mother Cedar's glasses can be taken off during the battle with General Rat. The simple change in appearance causes Father Cedar to view his wife as beautiful again.

Nebula Oblongata
The Mayor's Daughter in Halloween Ville. Gothic and dramatic, she helps Kutaro after she is freed from a curse.
  • Ax-Crazy: Her picture book depicts her as this.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": Her real name is Susan, though she demands that her father call her Nebula. He thinks she's just being silly, and still calls her Susan.
  • Forced Transformation: Took on the form of a gigantic, candy obsessed Pumpkin Monster with a male voice. Although it seems that she preferred being the monster than herself.
  • Large Ham: One of the biggest in the game, and that's saying a lot. She acts like she walked out of some kind of soap opera by Tim Burton.
  • Overly Long Neck: Nebula can stretch her neck out to immensely long lengths.
  • Punny Name: A pun on medulla oblongata, the lower half of the brain stem.

Captain Gaff

Voiced By: Simon Greenall

A legendary pirate whose ship is stolen by General Sheep and Pig. After being freed from captivity by Kutaro, he joins forces with him in a bid to retake his ship.

  • Badass Normal: He engages both Pig and Sheep in battle, going head to head to head with both generals at once. He has no magical powers, no special abilities, no secret powers — he's just a normal human... and he fights them both to a standstill multiple times, with nothing but his sword. In his storybook, it's indicated that he is a legendary pirate who created so many problems that the Moon Goddess had to come down and curse him personally, since literally no other force on the moon could defeat him.
  • Expy: He bears more than a passing resemblance to Captain Jack Sparrow.
  • No Accounting for Taste: He thinks that Moon Witch Ezma Potts is the most beautiful woman in the world. And justified in universe. He used to charm and/or kidnap beautiful buxom women to be a part of his massive harem. He eventually goes too far, and set fire to entire villages that tried to stop him from expanding his harem, so the Moon Goddess cursed him to see all beautiful women and pirate crew-mates as hideous monsters. Since Ezma Potts was already hideous, he sees her as beautiful, and when she becomes the Moon Goddess again, he's devastated that she is now ugly to him.
  • Pirate: Complete with stereotypical high-seas lingo