Our chibified protagonist, looking to have fun with her besties. Under no circumstances are bestie resignations accepted.
- Adaptational Jerkass: Canon!Ruby was a heroic Plucky Girl. Chibi!Ruby is an Entitled Bastard who makes Weiss look tame in comparison. Miles Luna outright describes her as "kind of a little shit."
- Big "WHAT?!": Ruby's reaction to when Yang calls her character in Ruby's Red Riding Hood play a "Mary Sue" is a drawn out "What?"
- In Season 2 Episode 13, when Blake and Weiss point out how Ruby's surprise parties always, always go wrong:Ruby: Whaaaaat? Whatchu talkin' bout?
- In Season 2 Episode 13, when Blake and Weiss point out how Ruby's surprise parties always, always go wrong:
- Cape Snag: One skit is devoted to her cape causing her problems. It snags on something twice.
- Cassandra Truth: The floor really was lava.
- Character Exaggeration: Ruby's compassionate, all-inclusive nature and younger academic age in the main show has been turned to persistent immaturity seen from little kids, along with an obsession with making everyone her BFF. She constantly whines if she's not the center of attention, she endlessly annoys Weiss even when the latter is trying to study, and she engages in extreme measures to obtain these things (such as hypnotising all her team-mates to give her friendship, money, and access to Yang's beloved motorbike). She even tries to make Cinder her BFF, even though she hardly knows her.
- Her childishness is exaggerated even more in Winter's Imagine Spot, where she's sucking on her thumb and holding a teddy bear, and wondering why she's the team leader when she's "only twelve" (Winter is wrong here- she's fifteen).
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander
- Covert Pervert: She yells at Blake for reading "filth", but refused to return the book because she was enjoying it.
- Deus Exit Machina: She can't use her Silver Eyes to defeat a giant Grimm because it's not the season finale yet.
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath: While she largely acts like regular Ruby, she's also far more destructive and is not above More Than Mind Control to get her way.
- Irony: Her Semblance is Super Speed, and yet she has trouble making it to class in "Late to Class".
- Lethal Chef: She is incredibly unlucky in the kitchen. Nothing worked right with her cookie baking attempt, she has twice failed to get pickles out of the jar, and her attempt at baking a cake ended up with the kitchen on fire (although that wasn't the fault of her cooking so much as her judgement; she let Weiss watch it).
- Mundane Utility: She uses Crescent Rose in its sniper rifle form to pill Zwei.Ruby: One shot, one pill.
- Noodle Incident: Whatever led to her having a beowolf hanging on to her cloak. It involved a lot of adventure and zany hijinks.
- Other Me Annoys Me: Actually, both she and Canon Ruby think the other is adorable, but Canon Ruby annoys Chibi Ruby by calling her 'stubby', and then nearly smothers her with a Glomp.
- Single Woman Seeks Good Man: Ruby's opinion of what women want in a man, as she edits Taiyang's dating profile to make him seem dependable and responsible with a wholesome sense of humor.
- Significant Birth Date: The episode "Happy BirthdayWeen" revolves around Halloween being her birthday.
- Trademark Favorite Food: She has a particular liking for cookies and pickles.
- Tome of Eldritch Lore: In one skit, she manages to find the Necronomicon. When she opens it, ghosts pour out into the room, and when she loses hold of it, it crawls away across the floor by itself.
Ruby's teammate, graceful Dance Battler, and (occasionally unwilling) bestie.
- Adaptational Jerkass: While Canon!Weiss was no saint, she eventually did grow a soft spot for other people. This incarnation, however, thought it would be funny to prank Ruby with a bucket of frozen ice, resulting in the latter getting a concussion.
- And I Must Scream: Upon being hypnotized into being Ruby's "bestie".
- An Ice Person: Which she uses for pranks and for ice skating on a pool (much to her teammates' dismay).
- Asshole Victim: Weiss is careless of others and fond of Disproportionate Retribution, and Ruby hypnotizes her to be her bestie against her will.
- Big Sister Worship: Loves Winter.
- Brutal Honesty: In Season 2 Episode 13's "Surprise Parties", Ruby wants to throw a surprise party for Pyrrha. While Blake tries to gently tell her that things tend to go wrong whenever she throws a surprise party, Weiss doesn't mince words and tells Ruby point-blank that she's terrible at throwing surprise parties.
- Depending on the Writer: Weiss' knowledge of domestic maintenance varies depending on where the gag takes her. In some episodes, she delights in cleaning and is even shown doing ballet routines while vacuuming up Team RWBY's dorm, but in Episode 18, she's totally hopeless when it comes to cooking, and doesn't even know what Ruby means by "cleaning up".
- Jerkass Has a Point: In "Surprise Parties," while Weiss telling Ruby point-blank that she's terrible at throwing surprise parties is undoubtedly harsh, she makes a valid point considering that her previous attempts have resulted in chaos, including Professor Port suffering a near-fatal heart attack. Blake even agrees with her, though she was trying to tell Ruby as such in a nicer way.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Given that she severely hurt Ruby for a prank, her brainwashing in Super Besties can come off as this.
- Mundane Utility: She uses Myrtenaster as a dart in Pin the Tail on the Donkey, and her ice dust to play pranks, freeze over a pool to ice skate on, and cheat at a bike race.
- Rich in Dollars, Poor in Sense: In one skit, she doesn't understand how to make a cake (they had cake butlers) or what "cleaning" is (although other shorts have her enjoying cleaning tasks).
A teenage faunus ninja catgirl. Is against being identified with cat stereotypes ... despite most of them being actually true.
- Anthropomorphic Zig-Zag: She sometimes complains about being expected to act like a cat, but other times she just does anyway.
- Badass Bookworm: She's the most bookish of Team RWBY, and also a ninja.
- Bizarre Human Biology: She has two sets of ears, one human, one cat. One skit even features her cleaning both sets.
- The Comically Serious: Blake usually plays the role of the Emotionless Girl and therefore gives the deadpan and under-reaction punchlines for jokes. Her 'performance' as the Big Bad Wolf is lethargic due to her lack of interest; instead of pretending to terrorise the grandmother, she tells the rebelling Yang to get back into bed in a bored tone. When Jaune laments his boring role in the show as a minor character who doesn't get to do anything interesting, she barely stops reading while suggesting she can't tell him and Sun apart. When the girls are getting ready for a girls' night out, Yang declares to Jaune and Ren that even Blake is excited. Blake confirms she's ecstatic in a monotone.Yang: We got VIP passes to a hot new nightclub, even Blake is excited!
Blake: (deadpan) I'm ecstatic.
- Covert Pervert: Happily reads what Ruby calls "filth".
- Emo Teen: This is how Winter sees her.Blake (Winter's Imagine Spot): Ugh, all I do is mope. But I'm too young to know how tough life really is. What's my problem? Who knows.
- Furry Reminder: Just about every other gag involving Blake are ones that have her engage in typical cat behavior. This includes hiding from Zwei, jumping into a box while peeking out of it, hating the vacuum cleaner, and being annoyed by a dog whistle.
- Hypocritical Humor: Accuses her friends of profiling her as a cat burglar, just because she is a cat Faunus...and then proceeds to steal stuff anyway.
- Oblivious to His Own Description: In "Super Besties," after Ruby has used Bedtime Brainwashing to force Weiss to spend the entire day with her against her will, and to force Yang to hand over spending money and let her use her motorcycle, Blake tells Yang point blank that she and Weiss "have weak minds and are easily manipulated"... while she herself is wearing a "back-up bestie" T-shirt, courtesy of Ruby.
- Smoke Out: Does this trick throughout Teenage Faunus Ninja Catgirl, until she runs out of smoke bombs.Blake: Ninja taxi!
- Trademark Favorite Food: Fish.
Ruby's half-sister, a sunny ball of puns and punches.
- All Girls Want Bad Boys: Her opinion on what women want in a man, as she edits Taiyang's dating profile to make him seem like a dangerous, edgy, thrill-seeking, brooding bad boy.
- Big Sister Instinct: She will punch out anything that upsets Ruby, even a tree or a pickle jar.
- Boring, but Practical: When she runs out of ammo for Ember Celica during a spar with Weiss, she just uses the gauntlets to punch Weiss out.
- Boisterous Bruiser: Winter was accurate when she imagined her saying "I'm Yang! Let's fight!"
- Cool Bike: Her motorcycle, which is occasionally borrowed or stolen by other characters.
- Cutting the Knot: Her idea of a solution to an escape room is a hole in the wall.
- Graceful Loser: When Ruby beats her at chess, she just smiles and tells Ruby 'good game'.
- Ham and Cheese: In-Universe. In "Little Red Riding Hood", Yang clearly knows she's not in a good play, but still takes the opportunity to have fun anyway.
- Hard Work Hardly Works: Part of the gag in "Tubby Tummy". Yang is anything but pleased to witness Nora eat an entire cake in one bite, balloon up, and return to normal size with just one burp, whereas Yang just went through a rigorous Training Montage to lose weight.
- Mundane Utility: Her teammates take advantage of the Playing with Fire part of her semblance by provoking her in order to tast marshmallows.
- Pungeon Master: Dear Lord.
The beleaguered leader of Team JNPR, professional Butt-Monkey, and occasional costumed superhero.
- Butt-Monkey: Even more so than in canon; the number of times Jaune isn't depicted as the laughingstock of the universe can easily be counted on one hand. It's even lampshaded In-Universe during Season 2's "Magic Show"; when Jaune accuses Ruby of making him look bad, Ruby retorts, "You don't need any help to do that."
- I Have Brothers: Gender-inverted; he knows how best to be annoying because he grew up with seven sisters.Jaune: It was my only defense.
- Genre Savvy: He's started to realize that he's a side character in someone else's story.
- Oblivious to Love: Completely oblivious about Pyrrha's crush on him.
- Pity the Kidnapper: Invokes this on Cinder to get her to let him and Lie Ren go.
- Adaptational Jerkass: She probably suffers from it the most. Whereas she is a little off-kilter in canon, she's still ultimately a nice friend and her crush on Ren is treated more innocently. Here, she's a borderline Heroic Comedic Sociopath with her love for Ren reaching yandere levels easily.
- Big Eater: Can chow down on an entire cake, get a Balloon Belly, and then burp and be back to normal in under a minute.
- Drill Sergeant Nasty: Her warm-up exhausted Team RWBY, and her actual workout left her team in casts.
- G-Rated Drug: She has acid trips every time she drinks coffee; they're so strong, she slices through the fourth wall and experiences visions of the real world.
- Gasshole: After eating a whole cake in one bite, Nora gets rid of her Balloon Belly just through belching.
- Never Mess with Granny: Her grandmother is "scary strong".
- Single-Target Sexuality: Toward Ren. Taken to Yandere levels in "Nurse Nora", causing him to flee as fast as he can while injured.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Pancakes.
Did not die. It never happened. Nothing bad ever happened. Ever.
- The Bus Came Back: Comes back in "The Fourth Wall", much to everyone's relief.
- Nice Girl: As always. Deconstructed for laughs in "Must Be Nice" when she is struggling to not give Jaune a piece of her mind when he comes up with (apparently terrible) battle one-liners.
- Power Incontinence: Unlike in the main series, her problems with control are played for comedy. She erases videos, messes with compasses, and when startled she once sent every metal item in the room hurtling at the culprit (Nora).
- Single-Target Sexuality: Towards Jaune.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Not only is she still alive in this version, one of the first gags and the source of the main page's quote came from an early scene where Ruby wonders how Pyrrha is still alive and the quote itself is Nora's vehement reaction to the questioning.
Team JNPR's token normal member.
- Adaptation Personality Change: While he's the Straight Man to a lot of the Team JNPR's antics in canon and largely The Stoic, he's a lot more emotive and Not So Above It All here.
- The Comically Serious: Ren takes everything he does extremely seriously and goes about his tasks with a zen-like focus — which makes for comedy gold when said tasks include playing tag, pillow fighting, and choreographing a "spontaneous" dance routine.
- Deadpan Snarker: He's not playing along with Ozpin's attempt to disguise a mission to go fetch his housekeys as an epic quest to find the "Artifacts of Entering".
- Oblivious to His Own Description: In Episode 10, after witnessing the Love Triangle between Pyrrha, Jaune, and Weiss, Ren remarks that they can't see what's right in front of them... while Nora, who's crazy about him, is waving a sign reading "Notice Me!" surrounded by pink hearts.
- Oblivious to Love: Has no idea about Nora's one-sided crush on him.
An older student at Beacon and a rabbit Faunus.
A huntsman with a phobia of water and a monkey Faunus. Together, they fight crime (poorly).
- Blatant Lies: Neptune claiming he conquered his fears in "Dad Jokes".
- Prehensile Tail: Sun can manipulate a video game controller with his monkey tail.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Neptune is the Sensitive Guy to Sun's Manly Man.
- Those Two Guys: Hardly ever seen apart from each other.
- Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Neptune's hydrophobia is played for comedic effect here.
A bully with aspirations to join the real villains.
- Accidental Misnaming: Cinder keeps calling him "Karen". He keeps correcting her until he sees her burn the application paper in front of him.
- Adaptational Villainy: Parodied. His reasons for wanting to join Cinder's team all border on Poke the Poodle.
- Kick the Dog: Once spends a day throwing rocks at animals. It backfired, because one of the birds he hit was actually Qrow.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Twice:
- In "The Protege", Roman and Neo leave him behind to take the fall for their latest heist, which leads to the Shopkeeper beating him silly with a broom.
- In "Animal Cruelty", he gets beaten up by Qrow because the former hit him with a stone while the latter was in bird form.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: His reaction to seeing Cinder set Mercury aflame after the latter voiced his complaints.
The headmaster of Beacon Academy, who cheerfully exploits his position to send students on dangerous errands.
- Adaptational Jerkass: In canon, while he does come across as pretty shady, he's a Well-Intentioned Extremist at worst and seen as a Reasonable Authority Figure for the first five Volumes. Here, he's a lot more of a dick for the sake of entertaining himself, including sending his students on dangerous missions that amount to fetch quests, screwing with Qrow's bird transformation so he doesn't have to hear him complain anymore, and setting up a "Battle of the Bands" that amounts to his students in a Battle Royale for the entertainment value.
- Fetch Quest: Sends students on these for personal items like house keys, his glasses, and his scroll.
- Go Look at the Distraction: When Ruby and Lie Ren are questioning him about whether their quests were really necessary.
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Is perfectly fine with risking his students' lives in "quests" for his own personal convenience.
- Mythology Gag: In the main series, the Relic of Knowledge is a major part of the plot. In RWBY Chibi, it's what Ozpin calls his scroll to make Ruby's errand to fetch it sound more important than it really was.
- Noodle Incident: The faculty costume party.
- Oblivious to His Own Description: He actually is that incompetent as he says he would have to be to not notice sabotage happening under his nose.
- Shipper on Deck: He thinks Winter and Qrow's fighting is a case of Slap-Slap-Kiss.
Beacon's history teacher with a terminal addiction to coffee.
Beacon's Grimm studies teacher and easily-outdone outdoorsman.
Ruby and Yang's drunken loudmouth ... I mean, reckless rogue of an uncle. Loves hanging out with his nieces when he's not busy being the target of slapstick.
- Anti-Role Model: In Season 2 Episode 10, Qrow teaches Ruby and Yang such "life lessons" as "love is for suckers", "rules are for fools", and "it's Not Cheating Unless You Get Caught". He then takes them to set off illegal fireworks. Lampshaded in "Coming Home to Roost"; Blake speculates that he's not the worst role model anyone could have, and Yang admits that "role model" probably isn't the right way to describe him.Blake: I suppose there are worse role models out there.Yang: I mean, he's definitely cool, but I'm not sure I'd go as far as to say role model.
- Big Entrance: Tries to make one in his crow form, but he keeps smacking into the closed window. He eventually has to run into the house as a human and open the window himself before he finally pulls it off (and then Ruby unbalances him with a glomp and he falls out the window anyways).
- Cool Uncle: How Ruby and Yang see him, much to Tai's dismay.
- Fan Disservice: Played for Laughs: Any time he appears in his speedo, the rest of his family reacts with Squick.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Spends a lot of his screen time antagonizing everybody, but clearly cares for the girls. Might have a soft spot for Tai, but probably won't admit it.
- The Jinx: Used to great comedic effect here. Ruby's the only person with the fortitude to stand a whole day with him.
- Noodle Incident: Who could he have dated who was worse than Cinder? Did he somehow manage a relationship with Salem?
- Fans have jokingly (or not) suggested that this was a dig at Winter.
- Shirtless Scene: Occasionally, he is seen wearing only a Speedo.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: To Winter, and to a lesser extent Tai.
Ruby and Yang's father, and the living embodiment of Amazingly Embarrassing Parents.
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: After a disastrous parent-teacher meeting with Qrow, the girls see the need to apologize for his behavior, rather than the other way around (and this was after they were involved in an incident involving cats and a building on fire...).
- Butt-Monkey: He really does have the worst luck with women. Summer's MIA, Raven's a bandit queen, a dating app matches him up with Cinder
- Doom It Yourself: Often falls victim to this as "The Fixer."
- Good Parents: Silly behavior aside, he's a very caring father to Ruby and Yang.
- In the Blood: Now we know where Yang got her love of puns from.
- Pungeon Master: Just like his daughter.
- Walking Techbane: He's terrible at technology.
Weiss's older, colder sister.
- Aloof Big Sister: To Weiss.
- Big Sister Worship: Weiss adores her.
- The Comically Serious: Is clearly unaware that she's in a sketch-comedy series.
- Seen It All: Her reaction to The Hunts-Man's! Magical Girl transformation.Can you break a twenty?
- Tsundere: Has shades of this in her interactions with Weiss.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Qrow. On a good day, at least.
Ruby's corgi, and the real hero of the show. Ruby just thinks he's lazy.
- Action Pet: He can kick more ass than Ruby herself.
- Amplified Animal Aptitude: He's the only character who notices that Cinder and company are villains, and acts to stop them.
- Badass Adorable: He's an adorable corgi and one of the most badass characters.
- Hero of Another Story: Foils villains while the heroes think he lazes around all day.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: With Blake, although they have common ground in their fear of the vacuum cleaner.Blake (Zwei's Imagine Spot): I'm a chew toy.
A mysterious stranger with hidden plans regarding Beacon Academy. No, wait - that's the canon Cinder. This one is a Card-Carrying Villain desperate to annoy and inconvenience our heroes.
- Adaptational Dumbass: In stark contrast to her canon counterpart, who was The Chessmaster, this Cinder is far more bumbling and incompetent, to the point where she can't even immediately tell that two Grimms are in very bad disguises.
- Bad Boss: Played for very dark laughs. When Mercury voices his complaints to her in "Evil Interviews", she sets him on fire.Cinder: Why is it so hard to find good help? Oh! That's right; I keep melting them.
- Big Bad: The closest thing that RWBY Chibi has to one, and even then her "crimes" aren't usually that serious.
- Butt-Monkey: She has it worse than Jaune, as her schemes tend to fail in hilarious manners.
- Card-Carrying Villain: Frequently uses Evil Laughter and enjoys the idea of killing kittens, a complete 180 from her canon counterpart.
- Evil Is Hammy: In stark contrast to her personality in the main series.
- Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Many of her schemes are so downright pathetic that you almost feel sorry for her.
- Inelegant Blubbering: After world peace has been achieved and she can't use her nefarious plans any more.
- Most Definitely Not a Villain: Screams out "NOT EVIL!" when Ruby and Nora bust into their room to greet her and Emerald, covering her whiteboard bearing her "ULTIMATE EVIL PLAN" very poorly.
- Poke the Poodle: Her idea of evil basically boils down to puppy-kicking, candy-stealing, "spam, and online trolling".
- Too Dumb to Live: Makes the mistake of lighting a dynamite stick in a cake, causing it to blow up in her face.Neo: Happy birthday.
- Troll: This version of Cinder considers online trolling nefarious.
- Villain Takes an Interest: Shows interest in Taiyang (aka LoveDaddy) on a dating website, causing Ruby to remark that he really does have the worst luck with women.
- You Meddling Kids: "Curse you, adorable corgi!"
Once a thief and Starter Villain, before dying horribly. Now that he's in a spinoff comedy where nothing bad ever happened, he wants revenge on Ruby and his time in the spotlight as an evil mastermind.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: Unlike his canon counterpart, he appears to lack any discrimination against Faunus, and he genuinely did want to take part in the Battle of the Bands at one point. He also can be a bit of a Jerk with a Heart of Gold at times.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: Well aware of the fact that he's in a Lighter and Softer comedy series, and he also wants revenge for his canon counterpart's death.
- The Cameo: Appears alongside Neo in one of many alternate universes that Nora travels to in "A Sip Through Time and Space".
- Evil Is Hammy: Taken Up to Eleven, sometimes bordering on Chewing the Scenery.
- The Grinch: In the Christmas Episode "Nondescript Winter Holiday". Instead of stealing the material possessions, however, he wants to steal the holiday spirit.
- Hypocritical Humor: In Season 2 Episode 19, he and Neo set up several scam businesses including selling foul tasting energy drinks or defective motorcycles. Then right after, they open up an attorney service which fights for people who have been scammed by the very crimes they committed earlier. All of the "satisfied customers" from before arrive to beat them up.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Has shades of this. In "Nondescript Winter Holiday", he says that even though he may still try to kill Ruby form time to time, he apologizes for being such a Grinch. (Attempts to, anyway.)
- Reality Ensues: No, Roman, just because you took away people's holiday spirit doesn't mean that they still can't be happy and kind.
- They Killed Kenny Again: Whenever he gets killed off, often in a hilarious way, don't expect it to stick.
- Those Two Bad Guys: With Neo.
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Thinks that taking away the holiday spirit will ruin Nondescript Winter Holiday for everyone.
Cinder's henchman, whose gun legs inconvenience him more than they actually help him.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: Is shown trying to comfort Roman in the final segment of "Cinder Who?" after the villains lose, which is a far cry from the way he acts toward him in canon.
- Adaptational Personality Change: Canon!Mercury was a sadistic, homicidal sociopath who enjoyed wrecking people's reputations and found the deaths of hundreds or thousands of people to be funny. Chibi!Mercury, on the other hand, is a bit of a Manchild who's been shown laughing at Cinder falling down a flight of stairs and has a rocket launcher specifically for killing kittens.
- Awesome, but Impractical: His metal legs mean he can't pass through any metal detectors, and the guns built in accidentally ruin the villains vs. heroes soccer game, much to everyone's annoyance.
- Comedic Sociopathy: Eggs Neo to use the death ray on the Junior Dectectives in the "Cinder Stalls" segment of "Cinder Who?".
- Evil Is Petty: Attempts to invoke this after he pops a soccer ball during a game between the heroes and villains, saying that ruining their fun is kind of evil. Everyone else on the side of evil is just irritated that he ended the game before it even started and that he took away their chance of actually winning for once.
- Hidden Depths: He apparently has some skill with the electric guitar, as he is seen in some episodes playing one stylized with his own personal emblem.
- Manchild: In addition to the above instances, he also shoots spitballs at other people, mocks Cinder and her evil plans, enjoys playing pranks on other people, is shown to have at least one Cinder puppet that he plays with, and finds certain words to be childishly hilarious.
- Oh, Crap!: His reaction to seeing Ruby and Nora with Cinder and Emerald while he has a Kitten Killer 9000 in his hand.
- Reality Ensues: His gun-legs prove to be a massive detriment on the soccer field when he accidentally shoots a soccer ball in the "Kick-Off" segment, causing the game to prematurely come to an end.
Cinder's henchwoman and resident voice of sanity.
- Actually Pretty Funny: Cracks up at Mercury's joke about Cinder in the "Cinder Doll" segment of "Cinder Who?".
- Affably Evil: She'd actually much rather be enjoying quality time with Cinder than participating in nefarious plans.
- Deadpan Snarker: Has shades of this, especially around Cinder.
- Not So Above It All: Takes up Mercury on his offer to have a prank war. She wins, too.
- Only Sane Man: To Cinder, but also to other people on occasion.
- Parental Substitute: She sees Cinder as a mother figure.
Roman's sidekick-slash-babysitter. She is mute, and so communicates all her snark via signs.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: Does this on occasion through her signs.
- The Cameo: Appears alongside Roman in one of many alternate universes that Nora travels to in "A Sip Through Time and Space".
- Silent Snarker: She's silent but definitely snarky.
- Talking with Signs: How she usually communicates.
- Those Two Bad Guys: With Roman.
- Visual Pun: Being mute, Neo talks in "sign language".
A pair of Beowolves going about their everyday routine of ignoring Cinder's plans, chatting around the coffee maker, and murdering innocent humans.
- Affably Evil: They act more like a pair of regular workers in an office sitcom than vicious Beowolves. However, they're still Grimm who enjoy killing and eating innocent humans.
- Epic Fail: Their first attempt to devour human flesh fails miserably, to say the least.Yang: (all of Team RWBY give the pair awkward smiles while Blake giggles) That is a super hard pass. Nice try, "human dudes".
- Hostile Hitchhiker: In Season 3, they try to hitch rides in people's cars to devour the flesh off them. Doesn't exactly work as planned, though.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: Team RWBY saw through their disguises instantly, while it took Cinder some time to figure out who really was in her car. They have better luck with Jaune though.
- Suddenly Voiced: A variation; they're the first two Grimm to even speak.
- Those Two Bad Guys: Almost never seen without each other.
A lisping Geist who rubs Mike and Marty the wrong way, and suffers bad karma in his plans as a result. Voiced by Kerry Shawcross.
A new student at Beacon who occasionally hangs around with Ruby and co. Hobbies include watching fireflies, playing games with her friends, and attempting to hide the fact that she is a robot.
- Badass Adorable: Is cheerful, friendly, and can curbstomp a giant Grimm that took out all of Team RWBY.
- Call a Human a "Meatbag": Does this in her first appearance on Chibi.
- Eye Beams: She has laser vision. She uses it to sharpen her sword.
- Improbable Aiming Skills: Via her targeting computer. Unless it glitches out.
- Robot Girl: Played for comedy this time around.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Remember, in RWBY Chibi, nothing bad ever happened.
An old man who runs a Dust shop- and a lot of other shops, when the skit needs it.
- Butt-Monkey: Hilariously so. If his shop appears, it's probably going to be robbed or trashed in some way.
- Grumpy Old Man: Well, he does have a lot out there to annoy him.
- New Job as the Plot Demands: Including cleaning the super secret vault below Beacon.
- The Unintelligible: He only speaks in grunts and whimpers.
- The Jeeves: For the Schnee family.
- Parental Substitute: For Weiss and Winter. He scolds Winter for being too hard on Weiss and not allowing her her time with friends, and reminds her not to forget that he raised her, too.
- Split Personality: Has seven different personalities.
- Unsatisfiable Customer: Justified: Klein's seven personalities all have different tastes regarding food. Naturally, this makes trying to serve him a nightmare.