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Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island
Simone Lenoir and Lena Dupree
Lena Dupree voiced by: Tara Strong
Two characters exclusive to Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island, Simone is a wealthy woman who lets the gang explore her supposedly haunted island, and Lena is her impossibly cute cook for whom Fred falls.
- Alas, Poor Villain: As horrific as their actions and cat creature forms were, Lena's and Simone's motives were still tragic, but still end up having grisly Family Unfriendly Deaths that would even give kid viewers of the film nightmares. Lena would fall into this due to her being the least evil in contrast to her mistress and the ferryman.
- Anti-Villain: Played With. It's understandable for Simone and Lena to be upset with Moonscar and want revenge against their people's deaths. However, since they take innocent people's lives to fuel their own, that qualifies them as the real villains. Therefore, if they started as anti-villains, they became much more evil as they started to attack innocent people.
- Ax-Crazy: Definitely, given they murdered countless people over the years with no problem and tried to off Mystery Inc. and nearly came close to killing Scooby and Shaggy by draining them dry.
- Berserk Button: Dogs, for Simone. They chase her cats, after all, and she is a cat.
- Big Bad: Simone is the primary antagonist of the movie.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Both of them pretend to be kind and generous hosts, luring clueless visitors to their island home, making them feel comfortable (and lowering their guards) long enough to eventually murder them and steal their lives.
- Cat Girls: Simone and Lena are revealed to be a particularly horrifying◊ variation of these.
- Co-Dragons: Lena and Jacques are subservient to Simone.
- Crazy Cat Lady: Not only does Simone have so many cats on her premises, but she is a cat herself.
- Cursed with Awesome: They don't seem to mind too much about becoming immortal cat monsters who can continue living indefinitely by murdering other people.
- Deal with the Devil: Cut a deal with a cat god for immortality. Originally this was to survive and get revenge on Moonscar, but after slaughtering him and his crew they became much, much worse.
- Decomposite Characters: Simone and Lena are both based on Katrina Moorkroft; A character from an unproduced episode of SWAT Kats
- Didn't Think This Through: They consider Scooby and Shaggy a pair of simpletons, so decide that making voodoo dolls of them would be “a waste of time and magic wax”. They find out the hard way what a big mistake this was.
- Drunk on the Dark Side: When they reveal their true nature, it becomes apparent that while they started sympathetically and just trying to survive and avenge their people, they've long since become drunk on the power and immortality their curse grants them to the point of having the time of their lives when they drop the facade.
- Dumb Muscle: In their full werecat forms, they possess great strength and ferocity, but only seem to communicate by roars and snarls. Jacques still communicates normally in his werecat form, further muddying the issue.
- Evil Is Hammy: Lena and Simone at the climax, however, Simone's Cajun accent supplied by her voice-actress Cult Classic veteran and John Carpenter's ex-wife Adrienne Barbeau was already over-the-top, while downplayed early in the film, the hamminess rises when the cat creatures reveal their true colors near the end. For Lena, nowadays it's no surprise for anyone familiar with Tara Strong's work:*After Fred hoped Scooby and Shaggy escaped from the women's clutches.*
Lena: (smugly) I heard that Fred. Those two simpletons? We didn't even bother making wax dolls of them. A waste of time and magic wax. [cue hissing]
- Evil Makes You Ugly: While Lena and Simone are lookers in the daylight, their Cat Girl forms, however, not a pretty sight.
- Family-Unfriendly Death: After failing to drain any new souls once midnight comes, Simone, Lena, and Jacques meet their end in a fitting, yet still disturbing way. We see them screeching in abject pain and anger at the ultimate failure of their plans while being graphically reduced to skeletons which then crumble violently into dust.
- Fanservice with a Smile: Lena comes across this, to which she uses it to her advantage to drain her victims after many "years of practice."
- Fantastic Racism: Simone carries this towards Scooby for being a dog who chased her cats and making a ruckus of her home, and the fact she is a feline too.
- Faux Affably Evil: Though they become much less friendly after revealing their true natures and motives.
- Foil: Lena and Simone contrast each other somewhat in personality. While Lena is friendly and is happy to invite Mystery Inc to the island, Simone is strict and is not as enthusiastic about them being in her house. They are also somewhat different in appearance, with Lena appearing younger, dressing in red, and being a brunette while Simone appears older, dresses in blue, and is a blonde. In addition, while Lena typically hunts down victims when visitors become scarce, Simone Lenoir remains at Moonscar Island while she is doing so. Finally, while Lena is concerned when Jacques is being attacked by zombies, Simone decides that draining Mystery Inc is more important so that they don't miss their deadline.
- French Jerks: Both of them are French immigrants (and in fact, old enough to have been colonial settlers), and are both pretty evil. Though only Simone has a French accent, while Lena has a Southern US accent.
- Genre Blindness: They thought so little of Shaggy and Scooby they did not even bother making voodoo dolls of them as they simply thought they were Too Dumb to Live anyway. This comes back to bite them later when they stumble into their hideout and distract them from killing Velma, Daphne, Fred, and Beau when they need to meet their deadline.
- Hero Killer: They are much more dangerous than the villains before them. They tried to drain Mystery Inc. of their life force and nearly succeeded in killing Scooby and Shaggy by sucking them dry.
- Honey Trap: It's implied that Lena has used this method to lure people in the past, and might be using it on Fred to an extent.
- Hot Gypsy Woman: Lena is actually Cajun, but her outfit and physical design certainly give the impression off.
- Human Sacrifice: They have an elaborate ritual for killing and feeding on captive victims in their underground lair.
- Immortality Immorality: Over the years, they gleefully and regularly murdered people to drain their life force and keep living.
- Implied Love Interest: Fred seems to have a crush on Lena (much to Daphne's jealousy) until she showed her true colors.
- Jerkass: Simone can come across as this. When she made her debut, she appeared to be uptight, formal, and snooty, plus has a great dislike of dogs, which she hardly hides.
- Jerkass Has a Point: Initially, it seems understandable for Simone's animosity towards Scooby and dogs in general, as Scooby did cause trouble for her by chasing around her cats and making a ruckus of her property. However, it becomes subverted at the climax when she reveals her true colors and reveals herself to be a cat creature.
- Karmic Death: They ultimately die due to being stalled long enough by their countless victims whose lives they stole to prolong their own time.
- Kick the Dog / Kick the Son of a Bitch: Simone tells Lena to abandon Jacques after the zombies dogpile him.
- Also, for the Kick the Dog half, sort of literal for Simone towards Scooby-Doo for being a dog.
- Knight of Cerebus: See Vile Villain, Saccharine Show below.
- Large Ham: Simone's French-Cajun accent is over-the-top, but most of the time until the climax, downplayed.
- Living Forever Is Awesome: They weren't trying to, but seem to just go with it.
- Meaningful Name:
- Simone is a French name, and the female form of Simon, itself derived from a Hebrew name meaning "He Who Hears".
- "Simone Simon" also was the name of the French actress who starred in Cat People, the classic 1942 film about a female werecat.
- Lenoir is a Portmanteau of Le Noir, or "The Dark". Altogether, that means her name is basically "She Who Hears the Dark." Given how she got her immortality, well...
- Lena's name has several meanings. Short for Elena, in Hebrew, it means "Woman of Magdala,"note but also, in Greek, can mean "moonlight" - an obvious allusion to how, like Simone, she gained her immortality.
- Simone is a French name, and the female form of Simon, itself derived from a Hebrew name meaning "He Who Hears".
- Motive Decay: At first, they used their powers to punish the pirates who killed their people. However, after that, they decided to use it to live forever by draining the life energy of other victims.
- No Immortal Inertia: The gang succeeds in stalling Simone, Lena, and Jacques long enough for the deadline by which they need to steal souls to pass, and they promptly age into dust.
- Nonstandard Character Design: Subtle. Both Simone and Lena are drawn with more subdued and realistic designs compared to the more lively cast- making their true cat forms all the more striking and jarring.
- One-Man Army: Implied, as the two of them somehow slaughtered an entire crew of armed pirates, and much later a whole regiment of Confederate soldiers.
- One-Winged Angel: Once they're ready to drain victims, they transform into werecat creatures.
- Our Werebeasts Are Different: Praying to the cat God gave them the ability to transform into hideous werecats at will every full moon, also allowing them to become immortal by draining other humans or animals of their Life Energy.
- Pet the Dog: Lena is the least evil of the three, and is shown to care for her fellow accomplices, unlike Simone who would gladly sacrifice her henchmen towards the completion of her goal, and Jacques who is essentially just a hired thug.
- Pragmatic Villainy: They’ve taken steps to adapt their annual sacrifice to the changing world, such as allowing a pepper plantation to be built on the island and later bringing in Jacques as a ferryman to efficiently bring new victims to the island (and to give them safer passage to the mainland for their own needs).
- Ragin Cajuns: Both of them are ethnically French, live deep in the bayous of Louisiana, and are also very ferocious monsters.
- Really 700 Years Old: They were both born in the 18th century, and were present when Morgan Moonscar and his crew invaded the island and killed off all their friends and family. For the next 200 years, they've been living off the essence of any poor soul they lure to their island.
- Redemption Rejection: Simone and Lena did not have to keep draining people's life energy, with the pirates dead, to preserve their immortality. They could've chosen to just let themselves die (as they would have anyway, of old age, if they never invoked the cat god's power), but they chose to still feed off people, even after they'd gotten their revenge against the pirates. As for Jacques, even though he asked them for it, they could have refused him but they didn't.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: The reason for the aforementioned cat god deal.
- Romantic False Lead: Fred falls for Lena at their first meeting.
- Sacred Hospitality: Despite all the trouble Scooby and the gang cause after arriving on Moonscar Island, Simone quickly offers to let them stay the night, specifically invoking Southern hospitality. But it’s a ruse since she needs them to stay as sacrifices.
- Serial Killers: Having murdered countless victims for 200 years.
- Smug Snakes: Simone and Lena have their moments via mockingly taunting and gloating towards the gang after revealing themselves to be the true villains:*After Velma realized the truth.*
Simone: Very clever, Velma, but it's too late. (cue Evil Laugh)
*After Fred realized Lena uses her charm to lure her victims.*
Lena: I've had years of practice.
*After Daphne learned the zombies are the victims of Lena and Simone.*
Simone: Pretty smart for a television reporter.
- Southern Belle: Lena has shades of this, while Simone's a Rich Bitch due to her attitude towards Scooby for being a dog.
- Start of Darkness: Originally, they were part of a group of settlers who lived on the island and worshipped the cat god. During the harvest moon, when they were celebrating a successful harvest, Moonscar and his pirates arrived on the island. To keep the location of their stolen treasure secret, Moonscar and his pirates chased the settlers into the bayou where they were eaten by alligators (except Simone and Lena, who had left when the pirates arrived and returned just in time to watch everyone else die). They begged their cat god to curse the pirates, and their wish was granted, turning Simone and Lena into werecats who then killed them. However, they had to drain the life force from other people every harvest moon to preserve their immortality.
- Those Who Fight Monsters: What Moonscar did to Lena's and Simone's people was evil, yes. But what the two do after they get their revenge made them much more monstrous (literally and figuratively) than he ever was.
- Villainous Breakdown: Simone loses her Faux Affably Evil demeanor when Shaggy and Scooby foil her and Lena's plans. She yells "I've had enough of that meddling... dog!" before she and Lena transform into their full Cat Girl form to kill off Mystery Inc.
- Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Or more like Vile Villain, Saccharine Franchise, given the film itself she appeared in was Darker and Edgier, as Simone is the first villain in the Scooby-Doo franchise to be outright figuratively and literally monstrous, having committed murder countless times before and tried to kill Mystery Inc. (and nearly killed Scooby and Shaggy to a point Shaggy "was starting to feel like a raisin") and an undercover police officer to preserve her immortality plus they suffer Family Unfriendly Deaths when the harvest moon became no longer in alignment.
- Walking Spoiler: Due to The Reveal of them both being the true antagonists of the movie.
- Wicked Witches: Besides turning into cat creatures, they can also craft magic voodoo dolls to manipulate their victims' bodies.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: You will want to give Lena a big hug after hearing her and Simone's Start of Darkness. Simone to a lesser extent, only because she'd likely claw your eyes out if you tried.
- Wounded Gazelle Gambit: Lena pulled this off by faking screams and concocting a story about how the zombies kidnapped Simone to lure the gang to a trap. Ironically, the zombies were after them instead of Scooby and the gang.
Featured in Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island, Jacques is the captain of the ferry boat from the mainland to the island.
- Ax-Crazy: Perhaps even more so than Lena and Simone. Whereas the two women were transformed into monsters against their will, Jacques chose to be given the same curse because it would grant him immortality. He knew full well what was expected of him in return, and he is therefore implied to be an unrepentant accessory to countless murders over the years.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He's introduced as the friendly ferryman who gives the gang some history on the island and is on good terms with Simone and Lena. As it turned out, he was planning to drain the life out of Mystery Inc all along, and Scooby and Shaggy are horrified when the friendly man turns out to be a psychopathic murderer.
- The Brute: He appears to be the biggest and strongest of the werecat trio, easily manhandling Scooby and Shaggy at the same time.
- Cat Folk: He's (secretly) a Cat Guy to be exact.
- Co-Dragons: With Lena to Simone's Big Bad, as he is a far more physical threat to the gang.
- Cursed with Awesome: He intentionally sought out to turn himself into a werecat for power and immortality.
- Evil Sounds Deep: In his cat form, he has this kind of voice.
- Eye Scream: At the end of the film, Jacques gets temporarily blinded when Scooby uses one of the island's chili peppers on him.
- Family-Unfriendly Death: Along with Simone and Lena, Jacques quickly ages and ends up burning and then decaying into dust.
- Fat Bastard: At first, he seems to be a large, jolly man. But he's soon revealed to be the most unrepentant member of the werecat cult, though in his final werecat form he's much thinner than he was as a human.
- Faux Affably Evil: Presents himself as polite and jovial but is a sadistic sociopath and serial killer luring victims to Moonscar Island to be killed. He acts sadistically polite to Shaggy and Scooby when he reveals his werecat form and chases them.
- French Jerk: He's of Cajun French origin, and even more wicked than Lena or Simone.
- Immortality Immorality: He used his ability to steal others' life force to live for centuries.
- Immortality Seeker: This is the reason he initially went to Lena and Simone for the curse.
- Ink-Suit Actor: In case you were ever wondering what Jim Cummings actually looks like.◊ (Interestingly, in his youth Cummings did serve on a New Orleans riverboat.)
- Karmic Death: Like his cohorts, he dies when they run out of time to make the sacrifice due to being stalled by their countless undead victims.
- Knight of Cerebus: Like his accomplices, Lena and Simone, though far more so since he actually wanted to become an immortal werecat.
- Living Forever Is Awesome: Unlike Lena and Simone, he asks for it.
- More Despicable Minion: While Simone and Lena are far from any better, Jacques unlike them is implied to have always been evil, as he apparently sacrificed his humanity just to gain immortality.
- Mysterious Past: Unlike his two employers, Jacques' backstory is never elaborated beyond Simone mentioning he wanted immortality. It's not even known what era he joined them or how he was convinced to submit to such an abominable change.
- No Immortal Inertia: Because he and his accomplices wasted too much time trying to kill Scooby and his friends, his true age catches up and reduces him to a pile of dust.
- Our Werebeasts Are Different: He can also turn into a werecat monster at will during the full moon.
- Ragin' Cajun: Like Lena and Simone, he's an ethnically French person who lives in Louisiana.
- Really 700 Years Old: As an immortal, he's way older than he initially lets on, though it's not clear if he's around the same age as Lena and Simone (well over two centuries), as he was only transformed into a werecat sometime after they were. At least in his human form, he looks like a fairly old, fat man with grey hair. It’s implied he was brought on specifically because of his use of a steamboat, which doesn’t help narrow down when he could’ve joined since steamboats have been around about as long as Simone and Lena.
- Screams Like a Little Girl: While in his werecat form, Shaggy and Scooby briefly manage to drive him away by squishing some island chili pepper on his eyes, causing him to let out a high-pitched shriek of pain.
- Sadist: As he is chasing Shaggy and Scooby through the woods, Jacques displays a level of bloodlust that arguably even eclipses that of Simone and Lena. So not only did he take the curse willingly, knowing what it requires for immortality, he enjoys it!Jacques: "What's the matter? Cat's got your tongue?! Hahahaha!"
- Serial Killer: He forms a homicidal trio with Lena and Simone.
- The Sociopath: Superficially charming, a talented actor when it comes to hiding his true personality, but homicidally selfish, enjoys playing with his food, and prone to angry outbursts when things don't go his way.
- Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Also like Lena and Simone, except he's shown to be viler, because not only did he take the curse willingly, knowing that he has to send countless innocents to their deaths, but he's also a sadistic Ax-Crazy brute as demonstrated when he chases Scooby and Shaggy.
- Villainous Friendship: Somewhat implied, as Lena apparently cared enough about him to be alarmed when the Zombies dogpiled him. Jacques on his part is shown to be quite friendly to her before their true monstrous natures come to light.
- Walking Spoiler: For the same reasons as Lena and Simone.
A large horde of undead beings who haunt Moonscar Island. But despite their scary appearances, they're not evil; they're just unrested souls trying to warn the Mystery Gang of the real villains on the island: Simone, Lena, and Jacques.
- And I Must Scream: Every harvest moon they return to the island as zombies... at least until the Mystery Gang frees them. They spent hundreds of years still being perfectly aware of what happened to them and devoted the remainder of their existence to trying to save others from the same fate, with no hope of being returned to life themselves, only to find more and more zombies joining their ranks as each year passed.
- Asshole Victim: The pirates in the Backstory massacred Simone and Lena's people, so it's hard to feel bad about them being turned into zombies. Likewise, the Civil War soldiers are shown to be Confederates, so despite them not partaking in any onscreen villainy, they could fall into this too. The same goes for any plantation owners considering what that entailed. Fully averted with the tourists turned into zombies, who are not shown to be anything but innocent victims.
- There are a few zombies in the crowd shots who look very much like stereotypical 1920s mafiosos, and so could also qualify.
- The Atoner: Moonscar and his pirates are to blame for starting the film's entire conflict in the first place, by murdering Simone's and Lena's loved ones long ago. But now, they just want to save more people from dying and suffering undeath as they did.
- Big Damn Heroes: The zombies help Scooby and Shaggy escape by piling on Jacques.
- Dark Is Not Evil: They're not evil, just victims of a horrific fate, and they use their monstrous appearance to try to scare away other potential victims.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: The gang can make the werecats miss their deadline, killing them and finally setting the undead's souls free to pass on to the afterlife.
- Fate Worse than Death: They must roam the island and cannot enter the afterlife until their murderers have also died.
- Friendly Zombie: They are well-intentioned, and are trying to protect the gang from the real villains (i. e. Simone, Lena, and Jacques).
- Ghost Pirate: Captain Morgan Moonscar and his fellow undead pirates. They were the first victims of the zombie curse.
- Ghostly Goals: Taking revenge for their deaths, and saving Simone's, Lena's, and Jacques' next intended victims.
- Good All Along: They just wanted to scare the gang off to save them from the same fate that occurred to them.Velma: Shaggy! The zombies are the good guys!
- Greater-Scope Villain: Captain Moonscar's massacre of the cat-cultists (in)directly led to Lena and Simone becoming villains too, along with the subsequent deaths of hundreds of more people over the centuries.
- Incongruously-Dressed Zombie: All of them are dressed appropriately for the period they died in, from Civil War soldiers to modern-day tourists.
- Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: The gang misunderstands their warnings and they don't realize the zombies are trying to protect them from the real villains until near the end.
- Our Zombies Are Different: These zombies are the walking corpses of people whose life-forces was drained and consumed by the werecats, and are self-aware. Knowing that they have transformed into scary undead monsters, they now try to ward people away from the island so they won't suffer the same fate. Additionally, it seems that a short while before the harvest moon, the zombies first appear as ethereal spirits until the moon brings them back to physical form. They also don't need to eat; otherwise, it's possible Jacques would've been torn to shreds when he was dogpiled by a swarm of them.
- Poor Communication Kills: Due to the curse the zombies can't properly warn new victims away from Simone, Lena, and Jacques, which likely resulted in more victims before the arrival of Mystery Inc.
- Red Herring: Despite being the real monsters who chased the gang and being prominently featured on the video and DVD covers, they are not the actual antagonists of the story.
Beau is a hunky but ill-tempered gardener whom Daphne falls for. Featured in Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island.
- Becoming the Mask: He takes the gardening job very seriously, even reacting with genuine concern when Scooby accidentally ruins the work he put into it.
- Fire-Forged Friends: With Velma. She thinks Beau's a suspect but eventually warms up to him.
- Hunk: Daphne seems to think he's quite a catch.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite being initially ill-tempered, Beau did have the backs of Mystery Inc. when they were in danger and at the end of the film, after the villains are dead and the victims' souls are at peace, he revealed himself to be quite a romantic poet when saying a monologue about the beauty of the bayou to Velma.
- The Mole: Beau is investigating the island's disappearances.
- Red Herring: Beau, of the classic Scooby-Doo criminal in a mask. Not only is that not the case, but he's an undercover cop.
- The Reveal: At the very end, he reveals himself as an undercover police detective.
- Scary Minority Suspect: Beau isn't a minority, but he fits nearly every other criterion. But as a Red Herring it's all subverted.
- Token Good Teammate: The only honest and trustworthy member of Simone's household.
- Undercover Cop Reveal: Though only at the very end after the werecats and zombies are all gone, does he reveal that he's a police detective sent in to investigate the disappearances of countless people on the island.
Snakebite Scruggs and Mojo
Featured in Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island, Scruggs is an overworked and cranky catfish hunter working alongside Mojo, his hunting pig.
- Adapted Out: Isn't seen or mentioned in the Scholastic children's book adaptation.
- Advertised Extra: Mark Hamill is listed in the cast before most of the gang, but Scruggs is a minor character with nothing to do with the plot. Partly justified by the fact that it's common practice to list cast members in alphabetical order.
- Everyone Has Standards: Grouchy tourist-hater though he may be, Scruggs is still above letting a dumb tourist (and his dumb dog) get eaten by alligators on his watch.
- Fantastically Indifferent: Snakebite Scruggs spends his time on the island trying to catch Big Mona... even when the zombies show up. It's later revealed that the zombies aren't actively hurting people, so they probably ignore him.
- Jerkass: He pretty much acts like this to people who go on to his territory. But that's a lot better than going with Immortality Immorality.
- Pet the Dog: Had the decency to save Scooby and Shaggy from alligators. Lampshaded by Scruggs himself when he curses his conscience to save the two rather than let the alligators eat them.
- Red Herring: In the entire movie, he acted like an anti-tourist man who antagonizes people who visit his place. He has nothing to do with the entire story other than occasional comic relief and saving Scooby and Shaggy from alligators.
Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost
The Hex Girls
A man featured only in Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost. He is a famous horror author whom Velma is a longtime fan of.
- And I Must Scream: Eternal imprisonment in his ancestor's spellbook is implied to be his final fate after his ancestor pulls a Taking You with Me when she's sucked back into the magic book.
- Big Bad Wannabe: He's a would-be world-conqueror, however, his ancestor Sarah proved to be Eviler than Thou.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He pretends to be the nicest guy in town, befriending Mystery Inc. and gaining their trust, just long enough to trick them into helping him bring back his evil ancestor from the grave.
- Blind Without 'Em: He cannot see without his glasses, similar to Velma. Averts this after using Sarah's spellbook to cure his vision problems.
- Broken Pedestal: Velma loved Ben and his novels, at least until she learned how evil he was of course.
- Card-Carrying Villain: After dropping his act of being a good man, he openly embraces the opportunity of becoming an evil wizard.
- The Chessmaster: He orchestrated the entire events that lead the gang to Oakhaven, including being behind the Museum mystery at the start of the movie that would lead to Velma meeting him.
- Disc-One Final Boss: As soon as Sarah is released, Ben is sealed away and she becomes the main threat.
- The Dragon: Ben serves as the hidden antagonist for most of the film. He first meets Mystery Inc. by secretly staging a mummy takeover at a museum through its employees, and invites them to his hometown of Oakhaven. Ben has everyone convinced that Sarah Ravencroft was falsely accused of being a witch, and wishes he could prove her innocence by finding her lost journal. Upon being unearthed, it is revealed to have been a spellbook. Ben tricked them into finding it so that he could free Sarah and rule the world with her.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Courtesy of Tim Curry.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He seemed to hold a deep respect for his distant ancestor Sarah Ravencroft, even if it was because she was a powerful (and ruthless) sorceress, rather than (pretending to) wanting to "correct" her (well-deserved) reputation as an evil witch. Unfortunately, she doesn't return the same feelings.
- Even Evil Has Standards: He freed his ancestor, hoping that they would Take Over the World together. But instead, she wants to destroy the world as revenge for her imprisonment; he's shocked to hear this, and (futilely) tries to stop her.
- Evil All Along: Throughout the film, he is presented as an intelligent and charismatic novelist whose only visible shortcoming is his over-sensitivity to the denigration of his ancestor, Sarah Ravencroft. This is a façade he uses to keep his dark intentions under wraps.
- Evil Is Hammy: He gets very theatrical while casting the spells needed to free Sarah Ravencroft.
- Evil Is Not a Toy: Severely underestimated his ancestor, and has his smug belief that she'll make him a powerful warlock completely shattered when she reveals that she has no intention of ruling the world, let alone helping him with doing that.
- Evil Sorcerer: After summoning Sarah, he becomes a warlock with his magic powers, though still not powerful enough to be her equal.
- Expy: He's loosely based on Stephen King and H. P. Lovecraft, famous horror writers from the New England region.
- Genre Blindness: If he hadn't suddenly grabbed the Idiot Ball and infuriated the ghost, he probably would've won. Also, the poor guy should've known giving Scooby and Shaggy his credit card at a local restaurant was a bad idea given the pair's gluttony (at least he's too dead to pay the bill now!).
- The Heavy: Ben's the one guiding the plot.
- Knight of Cerebus: Reveals himself as a serious threat at the climax, until his ancestor Sarah steps in.
- The Reveal: He is revealed to be a sociopathic megalomaniac who has been manipulating everyone around him for his goal to release his ancestor Sarah from her imprisonment within her spellbook. Oh, and Sarah really is an evil witch.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Along with Sarah, he suffers the same fate of getting trapped in her spellbook in the ending, possibly even death when it gets set on fire.
- The Sociopath: Ben Ravencroft is easily one of the most evil villains in the entire Scooby-Doo franchise. He has an uncanny ability to manipulate the people around him into doing his bidding, all the while maintaining a veneer of genuine concern for them. No one suspects a thing until he reveals his true colors at the film's climax. Once he gets what he wants, he turns on every single one of them without hesitation, making it clear that any attachments he may have formed with others (e.g. Velma, the residents of Oakhaven) were completely feigned. A megalomaniac, he is very much given to delusions of grandeur and shows absolutely no remorse for any of his misdeeds. His only redeeming factor (and "redeeming" probably isn't the right word) is that he wants to Take Over the World, but not destroy it.
- Superpowerful Genetics: He's distantly descended from a witch, and releasing her unlocks his own (lesser) magical powers.
- Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Ben is a devious and dangerous warlock. However, the threat posed by him is eclipsed by that of his more genocidal ancestor after she is released from her prison.
- Walking Spoiler: It's very difficult to talk about Ben's relevance to the plot without mentioning The Reveal that his kind personality is all an act.
- We Can Rule Together: Ben tries to appeal this to his ancestor, but Sarah ignores his plea.
- Wicked Cultured: He's a talented writer, a literature buff, loves traveling to Europe, and also a fanatical occultist who wants to learn dark magic and conquer the world.
A witch who was imprisoned in her spellbook until her descendant Ben found the book and released her.
- Acquitted Too Late: Invoked by Ben. He tricks the gang into helping him by claiming she was wrongfully executed, and the book he's looking for is the proof he needs to have her officially declared innocent. In reality, she was just as bad as legend claimed she was.
- Big Bad: She's the real main villain of the story, quickly upstaging Ben after she's released.
- Card-Carrying Villain: Unlike Ben, she doesn't even try to pretend to be a good person.
- The Comically Serious: Her reaction to Scooby and Shaggy splashing water at her, thinking that she'll melt like the Wicked Witch of the West.
- Evil Is Hammy: Just like Ben, she proves to be a completely insane megalomaniac with a loud voice.
- Evil Is Not a Toy: Ben releases her under the belief she'll help him Take Over the World. He's wrong, because she has different plans.
- Evil Matriarch: Considering Ben, her descendant, shares her surname, Sarah likely mothered a son before her imprisonment.
- Kill It with Fire: Right after being sealed in her book for a second time, fire is accidentally set on the book.
- Knight of Cerebus: Once the film approaches her release, things get really dark.
- Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: Subverted. Ben lied that she was a benevolent "Wiccan" Witch Doctor who was unjustly scapegoated for using magic, knowing fully well that she was indeed a Wicked Witch.
- Our Ghosts Are Different: She's the spirit of a deceased witch, who still retains her vast powers of Black Magic.
- Omnicidal Maniac: All Sarah wants to do is destroy the world as revenge for her imprisonment. She has no interest in ruling the world whatsoever.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Was somehow imprisoned in her spellbook for centuries.
- Taking You with Me: She does it to Ben once she's re-imprisoned in the book, dragging him inside too just so she won't suffer this fate alone.
- Ungrateful Bitch: She doesn't thank or reward Ben for going out of his way to liberate her from eternal imprisonment.
- Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: She's the ghost of a witch who wants to destroy the whole world for being imprisoned centuries ago.
- Walking Spoiler: She only shows up in the final act of the movie, and her true, evil nature and magic powers are the central plot twist of the story.
- Wicked Witch: She was accused of being one in life. This turns out to be completely true.
Local townspeople who interact with the gang and are involved in the fake witch scare.
- Fat and Skinny: Corey and McKnight in the climax.
- Man of the City: A slightly sleazier example then usual. Mayor Corey and his four accomplices (one of whom, a hardware store owner, has no apparent way of personally profiting from the situation) fake the witch hauntings out of desperation to bring back tourists and save the town's struggling economy. At the end, Corey is also distraught about the loss of most of their tourist attractions.
- My God, What Have I Done?: They and their two silent accomplices all have the grace to look ashamed as Ben chews them out for disgracing his ancestor, and Corey and McKnight later arrive to personally apologize.
- Right for the Wrong Reasons: About Sarah being an evil witch, which they only claimed was true to boost tourism.
- "Scooby-Doo" Hoax: They fake a witch haunting to attract tourists.
- Unwitting Pawn: Their fake ghost scheme only helped Ben in finding Sarah's spellbook.
Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders
Crystal and Amber
A modern-day flower girl who engages in nature photography, complete with a pet golden retriever. As such, the pair seem almost perfect as potential love interests for Shaggy and Scooby. She is a government agent investigating reports of alien broadcasts. And as for which government...
- Alien Among Us: They're both aliens in disguise. That government they mentioned? It's not of Earth.
- Ambiguously Brown: Crystal looks vaguely Native American, though it's subverted because as an alien, her true appearance doesn't even look human.
- But Now I Must Go: After dealing with SALF, the duo return home per their orders. Though they leave on friendly terms, Shaggy and Scooby are still heartbroken.
- Contrasting Replacement Character: They serve similar characters traits like Lena Dupree and Ben Ravencroft (Fred and Velma), who were fell in love with one of the members of the Mystery Gang who ended revealing their supernatural characters, in this case, it's Shaggy and Scooby. Though unlike them, they're good.
- Defrosting Ice Queen: Amber is initially cold to Scooby's advances, but gradually warms up to him.
- Exact Words: They never said which government they work for...
- Exposed Extraterrestrials: In their true forms as aliens, they do not appear to wear clothes.
- Human Disguise: Respectively disguised as a human and dog to blend in on Earth.
- Innocent Aliens: They turn out to be aliens in disguise (and quite intimidating-looking aliens at that), but their kind and friendly personalities are completely genuine.
- Interspecies Romance: With Shaggy and Scooby, though this fact is not known to them until the end. And unfortunately, it doesn't last long, because they have to return to their home planet.
- New-Age Retro Hippie: Crystal looks like a 1960s hippie, but about a few decades too late. She later reveals the planet she and Amber are from (which is twenty light-years away from Earth) had received TV and radio broadcasts from the 1960s, so she had assumed that the people of Earth still talked and dressed like that, which explained why she acted and dressed the way she did when in her human disguise.
- Nice Girl: Crystal is very kind and sweet to Shaggy. It's entirely genuine.
- Star-Crossed Lovers: Rather literally with Shaggy and Scooby. Or as Crystal admits, "long-distance relationships never work out".
- Super Strength: While Crystal doesn't seem to be that much stronger than a normal human, Amber is extremely physically strong to the point of being able to bend an steel beam easily and hold back a mining vehicle with her bare hands.
- Suddenly Speaking: At the end of the film, Amber reveals she can talk.
- Talking Animal: Amber turns out to be one, which surprises Shaggy and Scooby. Fred doesn't let this go unlampshaded.
Steve, Laura, and Max
Government workers assigned to monitor the satellite dishes in hopes of discovering alien life, which they admit is an utter waste of time and tax money.
- Affably Evil: Particularly Max is friendly when he first meets the group and is the least smug and threatening after capturing them.
- Alien Abduction: They kidnap Lester, Shaggy, and Scooby while pretending to be aliens. They also snatch some cows with the intent of reselling them.
- Big Bad Triumvirate: They're the so-called "invaders", using alien disguises (with a movie prop to simulate an alien spacecraft) to scare away anyone from the mines so they can dig up the gold. At the same time keeping their cushy jobs. This wouldn't seem so bad until they nearly try to kill Fred, Velma, and Daphne to keep their secret hidden.
- Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: Unlike the previous villains who are supernatural and have an agenda with everyone around them, these three are just regular humans who are just greedy for money. Also unlike the previous villains where they're killed or trapped, they get arrested for their actions.
- Greed: They are immensely greedy and constantly think up new ways to make a buck. They mine the gold, steal cattle from the locals, and plan to capture and sell the aliens all the while still collecting money for their government job they do no work for. Then in the end they hope to get book rights about the aliens.
- He Knows Too Much: After revealing themselves as the culprits to Mystery Inc., they attempt to throw them into a pit to cover up their scheme.
- Mean Boss: Steve and Laura are quick to yell at the M.P.'s
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here: Laura quickly tries to run when they see real aliens, but Steve convinces her to try to catch them instead. Later, they both try to make a run for it when that fails but get caught with a net.
- "Scooby-Doo" Hoax: Played straight, as they're pretending to be "aliens" to cover up their discovery of a gold mine. Little did they know, however, there were some real aliens (disguised as Earthlings no less) that were coincidentally visiting their desert town.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: Steve is just a little too gleeful about the idea of throwing the gang down a pit and trying to run down Crystal and Amber in a tractor.
- Surveillance Station Slacker: Their day job, which was so boring and underpaying that they turned to crime.
- Token Trio: A very rare villainous example, with the white male Steve, the female Laura, and the black male Max. The association of this trope with heroic characters helps keep them above the audience's suspicions for most of the movie.
- Villainous Friendship: Steve and Laura try to help the others when their wrapped up in a steel beam and Steve also pauses to help Laura up when she's been knocked down before the two of them try to run.
Military Police Officers
A pair of (fake) government officers hired to prevent trespassing into a secret facility (which is a lost gold mine).
- Impersonating an Officer: They're not real MPs. Steve, Laura, and Max paid off some mooks to pose as them to patrol the area and turn away anyone who comes snooping around. They do turn out to be the biggest obstacle to get around, however.
- No Name Given: They are not named.
An aged man and aspiring landscape painter who claims to have been abducted by aliens.
- Alien Abduction: He claimed to have experienced one of these. He doesn't realize he was kidnapped by disguised humans with a fake spaceship.
- Conspiracy Theorist: His alleged abduction made him obsessively paranoid about aliens, claiming they want to take over Earth.
- Cryptic Background Reference: He tells the gang that Daphne and Velma can sleep in a room that's been unused since "the kids moved out", implying that Lester had a family at one point (although he appears to be either divorced or widowed).
- Eccentric Artist: He's a talented painter of landscapes and spaceships, but is also a Conspiracy Theorist.
- Exact Words: He claims to have pictures of the aliens who got him. He does. He painted them himself. It becomes a Brick Joke in the end when the bad guys moan that nobody will believe them about the real aliens because they have no proof. Once Lester mentions the "pictures" again, they happily assume he's talking about photographic evidence and hope they'll be able to make a fortune by selling the story.
- Expy: Lester has some similarities to the farmer from the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! episode "Spooky Space Kook," due to them having farmer appearances and claiming to have seen aliens. In addition, Lester's voice provided by Jeff Bennett resembled the farmer's voice actor Hal Smith's voice.
- Hypocritical Humor: Lester considering Buck to be strange is portrayed this way.
- Nice Guy: He's generous enough to let Mystery Inc stay at his house until their Mystery Machine van gets repaired and is polite in general, intensity about the aliens aside.
- Sheep in Sheep's Clothing: He spends a while being a generous host and source of information to the gang, then Fred notices some green paint on his hands and wonders if it might be part of an alien disguise. Daphne and Velma are quick to point out (correctly) that Lester is just a painter and probably got it there while making his latest portrait.
Gruff vehicle repairman. Works at his own pace and can often be seen on the desert roads.
- Ambiguously Brown: Implied to be of Native American descent.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He starts as rather gruff and rude towards the gang, but eventually proves to be a genuinely sweet-natured guy. To go into greater detail: after Fred and the girls (and Lester) find him out in the desert one day and he refuses to tell why, Buck (after he's finally fixed the van) reluctantly reveals that a hobby of his is collecting/pressing flowers. He shows Fred and the girls one book of his collection, and they note that the flowers Buck has are very beautiful.
Dottie and Sergio
The waitress and cook at the local diner. Vitriolic with each other at best. Dottie has a thing for Fred.
- Abhorrent Admirer: Dottie for Fred. Sergio is quick to point this out, snarking that a dream about her would be a nightmare when she claims to be the woman of Fred's dreams.
- Ambiguously Brown: Sergio appears to be of Mexican descent based on his name, skin color, and accent, but it isn't confirmed.
- Leg Focus: An odd lead-in to the "Groovy" song features an extended look at Dottie's legs as she walks away.
- Lethal Chef: Implied with Sergio (although Dottie might just be teasing him) when Dootie calls out she's finally found someone who likes his cooking after Shaggy wolfs it down.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: Despite their incessant bickering, they must care for each other on some level considering they do work together (and, from what it sounds like, have been for a very long time).
- Untrusting Community: Downplayed with Sergio whose not overtly hostile to the gang but is seen staring after them with an intense, suspicious look the second time they leave the diner (which serves no purpose other than to cast him as a potential suspect).
Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase
The Phantom Virus
The main villain of Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase. Malevolent energy being obsessed with baseball, who traps the gang in a video game and turns out to be created by a jealous computer programmer.
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: He was only supposed to ruin Eric's project. Unfortunately for Bill, he goes a little too far.
- Bald of Evil: Justified since he's an Energy Being.
- Big Bad: The main antagonist of Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase, along with his creator, Bill.
- Big "NO!": He yells "No" as he disintegrates upon getting beaten by Scooby, who managed to get hold of the final Scooby Snax box.
- Butt-Monkey: In a departure from most Scooby-Doo villains, he suffers plenty of injuries at the hands of the gang, like when Shaggy and Scooby manage to hold him down and electrocute him twice.
- Card-Carrying Villain: Probably doesn't know why he even exists, but he seems to be happy as long as he gets to make misery for the gang.
- Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: Unlike the previous villains who are either supernaturals or just a guy in a mask, the Phantom Virus is created by someone else. While still as threatening as the previous villains, he acts a bit sillier.
- Dirty Coward: Despite having literal superpowers and acting high and mighty most of the time, the Virus freaks out and runs away when someone carries his weakness (magnets), relies almost entirely on the game's villains to chase the gang for him, and generally proves to be a wimp if you attack him up close. Even Shaggy and Scooby get the drop on this guy!
- Dragon-in-Chief: He serves as Bill's right-hand man, but does a lot more in causing conflict than his creator does.
- Electric Black Guy: A variation since he's not human, but he has blue electric energy powers and is voiced by black actor Gary Sturgis.
- Electronic Speech Impediment: While yelling out his Big "NO!" upon his defeat, his voice slows down, deepens, and devolves into a pained, groaning sound.
- Energy Being: He is completely made of electricity.
- Evil Laugh: He loves to let out his sinister chuckles.
- Faux Affably Evil: Pretends to be friendly and likable while constantly antagonizing the gang and trying his best to kill them. Best shown when he’s in the batting cage at the theme park waiting for them and responds to their compliment of his skill.”Thanks! Want my autograph?”
- Final Boss: He unintentionally serves as this in the game when the gang tries to get the last box of Scooby Snacks. He also serves as this on a Meta level, as he's the final villain featured in the four loosely connected films animated by Mook Animation, and the last film to have involvement from William Hanna before his death.
- Forgot About His Powers: The Virus' overconfidence hinders his potential. There are several points in the movie where he could have easily defeated the gang using his electric powers, but he inexplicably never thinks to use them whenever he has a clear shot. The same goes for his control over technology, which he doesn't think to use when a robot grabs him and throws him into a door.
- Four-Fingered Hands: As seen in the image. Justified because he's not human.
- Gone Horribly Right: He was created by Bill to sabotage Eric's project. He turns out to be far worse than expected. And also leads to Bill's downfall because of his love for baseball.
- The Heavy: To Bill.
- Hidden Depths: Exactly how intentional is unclear, but he seems to share his programmer's passion for baseball. Besides making a slew of puns he at one point tries out a batting cage and proves a very good batter.
- It Amused Me: He once disguises himself as an elderly woman out shopping, to trick the gang into asking "her" for directions.
- Killed Off for Real: After being beaten, he's deleted as the game starts to reset itself.
- Kryptonite Factor: Magnets make him vulnerable.
- Laughably Evil: Easily one of the silliest villains for his oddball design, groanworthy baseball puns, and giddy, childish attitude when messing with people.
- Lean and Mean: Easily the thinnest character in the film, and the main antagonist.
- Light Is Not Good: He is an electric being whose colour scheme is made up entirely of light blue and yellow, and he has no good intentions.
- Obviously Evil: "Subtle" is not in his vocabulary. His default expression is an unhinged grin, and he's way too fond of maniacal laughter.
- Oh, Crap!: He has a shocked look on his face when he sees Scooby has managed to take the final box of Scooby Snax, effectively beating the game and erasing the Virus from existence.
- Person of Mass Destruction: As pointed out, if allowed to run loose in the real world, he could potentially destroy civilization.
- Pungeon Master: He is constantly spewing out baseball-related quips, which ultimately clues the gang into who created him.
- Shock and Awe: He can control electricity and use it as a weapon.
- Slasher Smile: The Phantom Virus has a manic grin as his default expression.
- Smug Snake: According to Professor Kaufman, the Phantom Virus has the potential to be a serious threat to the entire world because of its reliance on electricity and technology. However, his overconfidence severely hinders him; he Forgets About His Powers several times, and doesn't seem to realise how to use his powers on a large-scale level.
- Technopath: He demonstrates the ability to control machines.
- Unskilled, but Strong: With power over any electrical-energy and technology, the Virus could potentially be one of the most powerful beings the gang's ever encountered (surpassed only by Sarah Ravencroft and the Nibiru Entity), but this is hindered by the fact that he's a high-strung, overconfident bumbler who fails to realize his powers' potential.
- Verbal Tic: Often says baseball-themed puns (i.e. "Let's play ball!"; "How's this for a hitter?"; "You're in the major leagues now!"), which foreshadows who his creator is.
- Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: He has yellow eyes (and teeth), and is the Big Bad. However, his fondness of the Slasher Smile and Evil Laugh makes him less "sneaky" and more "Obviously Evil".
An old high school friend of Mystery Incorporated.
- Always Someone Better: To Bill—as Bill notes, even though Eric was a more recent student (compared to Bill) and Bill was arguably Dr. Kaufman's best student, the professor still ended choosing Eric's project for the upcoming science competition instead of Bill's.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He's a mechanically-inclined genius, being especially good with stuff related to computers—in fact, Fred and Velma describe Eric as having "practically lived in the computer lab back in high school."
- Ink-Suit Actor: He resembles his voice actor, Bob Bergen.
- We Used to Be Friends: With Bill by the end of the movie when he turns out to be the culprit.
A colleague of Eric at the university, and an avid baseball fan.
- Author Appeal: In-Universe, he ends up being exposed because he couldn't resist programming his love of baseball into the Phantom Virusnote .
- Big Bad: Bill is responsible for both the Phantom Virus' creation and the Gang being sent into cyber-space, though he and the Virus act independently of each other.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He seems utterly supportive and helpful for most of the movie, even stopping Shaggy and Scooby from eating tomatoes that were grown in radioactive soil. He is responsible for the creation of the Phantom Virus, though the creature went further than he intended him to. More aptly, when he's exposed, it's revealed that he's very bitter and spiteful.
- Didn't Think This Through:
- He somehow managed to not realise that programming the Phantom Virus with his love of baseball would make it easier to figure out the creator's identity. As a result, he avoids suspicion In-Universe for as long as the characters don't make the connection between his and the Virus' passion for baseball, at which point he's exposed within seconds.
- He never considered the fact that summoning the Virus in the same room he was in might lead to his own demise.
- Dude, Where's My Respect?: After he's revealed as the culprit, he claims that he felt he deserved the grand prize more than Eric did because he [Bill] had been attending the university longer than Eric.
- Evil Is Petty: Why did he create the Phantom Virus to sabotage Eric's project, and endanger the Gang by sending them into cyber-space when he suspected they were on to him? He couldn't stand the idea that Professor Kaufman would enter a project by a university student other than himself in an upcoming science competition.
- Evil Redhead: He's a redhead and The Man Behind the Man for the Phantom Virus.
- Fatal Flaw:
- Jealousy. He willingly betrays his friend, Eric by creating the Phantom Virus, because Professor Kaufman chose the latter's project to represent their university in an upcoming science competition.
- Overlapping with the above is sense of entitlement. He believes he is more deserving of representing the university than Eric, because he [Bill] had been attending the university two years longer than Eric. Hence his trying to sabotage Eric's project with the creation of the Phantom Virus out of jealousy.
- Love of baseball. He programs said love into the Phantom Virus, which inevitably outs him as the culprit.
- Bill couldn't resist programming the Phantom Virus with his love for baseball, which hints at his true colours and comes back to bite him when Mystery Inc. put it together.
- More subtly, he once offhandedly remarks that his baseball game is "more entertaining" than Eric's. When he's exposed as the creator of the Phantom Virus, he confesses that he was jealous that Professor Koffman chose Eric's project over his for the science fair.
- Green-Eyed Monster: The reason why he created the Phantom Virus was that he was jealous that Eric was chosen for the science competition despite being a more recent student (Bill claims that he's been a student at the university two years longer than Eric).
- Hate Sink: While the Virus himself is too bombastic, goofy and at times pitifully inept to really hate, his creator Bill is an entitled jerk with one of the most despicably petty motives in the entire franchise. He not only was scheming to ruin his "friend's" work, but tried to kill the gang by trapping them in cyberspace. All because he was pissy that Eric's game was better received than his.
- He Knows Too Much: Preemptively. He knew Mystery Inc. will likely trace the Phantom back to him, so he zapped them into the game to try and get rid of them.
- Hoist by His Own Petard / Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: As showcased at the start of the movie, he loves baseball. But this passion of his backfired as he encoded baseball puns into the virus, which came back to bite him when the gang piece together the connection between the two.
- Idiot Ball: Being able to create a sapient computer virus while avoiding suspicion from his colleagues, and prematurely figuring out that Mystery Inc. would likely find him out and devising a plot to dispatch them, indicates that he is pretty smart. However, despite his intelligence, he lets his love of baseball get the better of him, programming said love into the Phantom Virus and failing to realise that doing so is the equivalent of painting a giant target on himself until it's too late.
- It's All About Me: To the point where he programmed a computer virus and gave it physical manifestation in order to sabotage his fellow colleague's project, just because he felt more deserving of having his own project entered in an upcoming science competition than said colleague.
- Jerkass: Bill is a very unpleasant person when things don't go his way, though he conceals this side of him for the majority of the movie.
- Jumping Off the Slippery Slope: He was already immoral for creating the Phantom Virus to sabotage his "friend's" project out of petty jealousy, but intentionally sending Mystery Inc. into Eric's game because they were on to him—where they could have been killed with no evidence left behind—marks him as truly evil.
- Mad Scientist: Well, since he's a gifted programmer who created a sapient computer virus to dispose of enemies, plus has an irrational and petty motivation, he technically qualifies.
- The Man Behind the Man: He created the Phantom Virus.
- Signature Headgear: Always wears his baseball cap.
- Sore Loser: In spades. He goes to disturbing lengths to ruin his "friend's" science project—potentially endangering the entire world by creating the Phantom Virus, who can control electricity and technology—just because he can't tolerate the idea of someone other than himself being chosen to represent the university he works at in an upcoming competition. There's a good reason why he's infamous for being one of the pettiest criminals in the entire franchise.
- Villain: Exit, Stage Left: Tried to escape when the gang was stating the clues to the others after beating the virus but is quickly blocked and caught.
- Walking Spoiler: He's more important to the plot than he seems, so it's hard to say too much about him without spoiling the ending.
- You Meddling Kids: As expected from the culprit in a Scooby-Doo movie. The gang even interrupt him to finish the sentence.Bill: The prize would have been all mine if it wasn't for...
Mystery Inc.: ...us meddling kids. (Laugh)
A science professor who works at the university that Eric and Bill go to, he's the one who chooses Eric's project to represent them in an upcoming science competition.
- Cool Old Guy: He's elderly and a scientist.
- Herr Doktor: Wild hair, check. Looks like Einstein, check. Speaks in a German Accent, double-check.
- Only in It for the Money: Averted—while the gang does consider him a suspect, for this reason, Dr. Kaufman ultimately doesn't care about the prize money from the science competition. The only thing he cares about is that the inventions of himself and his students benefit society.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: After Bill's been caught and is being carted off, Dr. Kaufman explains that he considers all of his students to be equal, no matter how long any of them have been attending the university (Bill claims to have been attending the university two years longer than Eric has, and so thought he was more deserving of the prize).
- Agent Scully: Officer Wembley, before the gang is blasted into the game, disbelieves there is a real phantom and thinks it's a prank. Justified in that he hasn't seen the phantom.
- The Bad Guys Are Cops: Defied."I am an officer of the law, well, sort of, I've never committed a crime in my life."
- Death Glare: He gives one to Scooby for doing a silly impression of him and swiping his hat for it.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Despite acting suspiciously towards the gang when they first show up on the campus, he shows concern for their safety when they end up being transported into the game.
- Sympathetic Inspector Antagonist: Officer Wembley at first plays an antagonistic role to the gang, suspicious of them and forcing Fred, Daphne, and Velma to go with him to the lab. Justified, in that they were behaving oddly. He is even suspected of being a Dirty Cop, considering he was the only one in the lab with the gang when they were blasted into the game. He isn't and even helps arrest the real villain.
Scooby-Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire
Wildwind (Dark Skull, Stormy Weathers, and Lightning Strikes)
An Australian rock group who went missing some time ago and were rumored to have been turned into vampires by the Yowie-Yahoo. It turns out that they were very much alive and well and were taking advantage of the urban legend of their fate to get around the rock festival's "no-repeat bands" rule and eliminate the competition.
- Bald of Evil: The band member Dark Skull lacks hair.
- Faking the Dead: They are revealed to be alive and well after being unmasked and had faked their disappearance as part of a plan to get revenge for losing the rock festival (and not being able to compete in it a second time due to the festival's "you can only compete in it once" rule).
- Latex Perfection: Dark Skull wears a lifelike mask when disguised as Russel, with Stormy Weathers and Lightning Strikes doing the same when disguised as Two Skinny Dudes.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: They are heavily based off of KISS.
- Terrible Trio: Three former rock musicians who kidnap other groups in a scheme to win a rock festival they were barred from ever participating in again.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Daniel's grateful for the gang's help and never obstructs their investigation.
- British Stuffiness: Jasper has a British accent and carries himself with a pompous air.
- Disco Dan: Jasper wears a disco outfit and has a lava lamp, water bed, and other such accessories in his trailer.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Jasper feels entitled to represent a winning band and is quick to write off one band and seek another. Still, he is genuinely concerned over the disappearance of his new band, the Bad Omens, and later admits to missing the members of Wildwind, keeping souvenirs of the good times they had together.
The Bad Omens
- Acquitted Too Late: A non-fatal version, as the gang suspects they are behind the vampire attacks until the Bad Omens are kidnapped themselves.Fred: There goes our prime suspects.
- Cool Shades: Jack the drummer wears sunglasses which add to his musician look.
- Delinquent Hair: King has his entire head shaved except for a green mohawk.
- Hidden Depths: Despite being characterized as surly and competitive Punk Rock musicians, the Bad Omens abandon the contest offscreen in exchange for all-expenses-paid diving trips to the Great Barrier Reef, and are thrilled by the offer.
- Ms. Fanservice: Queen's shirt leaves both her navel and the top of her bra exposed.
Daniel's grandfather who's opposed to the rock music festival.
- Grumpy Old Man: Malcolm is a humorless Aboriginal elder who shuns technology and constantly foretells doom in the form of the vampires.
Scooby-Doo! and the Monster of Mexico
A theme park owner who tries to manipulate the Otero family into selling their land.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: Not above using subterfuge to manipulate people into selling him the land he wants.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He cares about his girlfriend/accomplice and tries to take all of the blame to avoid her from being arrested with him.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: He mocks Alejo for not wanting to go against his father's wish to not sell the family hotel.
- Fat Bastard: He's an obese jerk.
- Politically Incorrect Villain: When his scheme is exposed, he complains that he doesn't know Spanish and asks why everyone can't just learn English.
The Otero Family
- Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Dolores is a gracious and intelligent woman who always wears a purple dress.
- Happily Married: Alejo and Sofia have a loving marriage free of any apparent problems.
- I Gave My Word: Alejo promised his late father that he'd never sell their land and takes that promise very seriously.
- Honorary True Companion: Alejo and Luis accompany the gang for much of their investigation and get along well with them.
- Lovable Coward: Luis is a nervous man who freezes in fear when he hears Alejo yelling for help at one point but is a generous, friendly man who considers himself to be more cowardly than he is.
- Voice by: Castulo Guerra
- Foil: To Mr. Smiley. Smiley is a relatively young, pudgy, flamboyantly dressed American who conducts a "Scooby-Doo" Hoax to force the Otero brothers off their land and mocks the promise they made to their father. Fuente is an elderly, slim native Mexican who wears a nice suit and gracefully accepts Alejo's commitment to honoring his promise.
- Informed Flaw: Dolores says that he's always been a jerk, but this isn't really supported. Fuente is extremely polite and courteous to the Oteros even when they're refusing his offers to buy their property, and is an Honest Corporate Executive to boot.
- Voiced by: Benito Martinez
- Cool Old Guy: He's advanced in years and is very polite and knowledgable.
- Everybody Calls Him "Barkeep": El Curandero is Spanish for "the healer" and his name is never revealed.
- Hidden Depths: He's a traditional old man who lives in a tent in the woods, but he also has his own website.
- Voiced by: Candi Milo
- Beehive Hairdo: Charlene's hairdo is much bigger than her head.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: She acts like a friendly woman who loves Luis and is quick to give Scooby treats. However, she's a callous Gold Digger who plans to divorce Luis, take his land, and marry Smiley (who she is helping with the "Scooby-Doo" Hoax).
Scooby-Doo! and the Loch Ness Monster
First featured in Scooby-Doo! and the Loch Ness Monster, and later seen again in Chill Out, Scooby-Doo!.
- Agent Mulder: He believes in the Loch Ness Monster, and insists that the highland games are angering it and that it needs protection. Once "Nessie was a no-show", he moves up to the Himalayas to search for the Abominable Snowman.
- Continuity Nod: He gives up on Nessie and moved to the Himalayas where he became the mountain's DJ much to Shaggy and Scooby's happy surprise.
- Cool Car: His van, which was essential in the "Scooby-Doo" Hoax after it was stolen and used for one of the land Loch Ness Monsters.
- Good Samaritan: In the Himalayas, he's quick to save Shaggy and Scooby when he finds them lost and freezing, and then to let them enjoy the comforts of his weather station.
- Meaningful Name: Del Chillman is a pretty laid-back.
- New-Age Retro Hippie: In looks and mannerisms but mostly mannerisms.
- Official Couple: With Minga.
A young Scottish woman who also happens to be Daphne's cousin—Shannon lives in Blake Castle (the ancestral home of Daphne's Scottish side of the family) and is the primary caretaker for it.
- Boyish Short Hair: She has very short hair, which contrasts with Daphne's Long Hair Is Feminine—also, when it comes to her clothes (which are still very stylish), Shannon dresses in a much tomboyish way compared to her American-cousin.
- Cute Clumsy Girl: Much like Daphne, Shannon's (presumably) this—also, according to Shannon, the clumsiness that led to Daphne being referred to as "danger-prone" is a hereditary trait for the Blakes (at least when it comes to the Scottish side of Daphne's family).
- Sixth Ranger: Accompanies the gang for most of their adventures in the film.
- Strong Family Resemblance: She looks pretty much identical to Daphne, with the only real physical difference being the way their hair is styled.
Professor Fiona Pembrooke
An academic who believes in the Loch Ness monster.
- Agent Mulder: Pembrooke firmly believes the Loch Ness Monster exists.
- The Alleged Car: Or rather a boat. Her research vessel is in pretty crummy shape. It's camouflage for a "monster" submarine docked underneath.
- Anti-Villain: She is revealed to be responsible for the movie's "Scooby-Doo" Hoax, because she was frustrated by Sir Ian's persistent disbelief in the creature's existence.
- Casting Gag: Her voice-actress, singer Sheena Easton, is genuinely from Scotland.
- Pink Means Feminine: She wears a light pink beret and jacket throughout the film.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: She is a shrewd, bespectacled academic.
Angus and Colin Haggart
Two mischief-loving brothers competing in the Highland Games.
- Anti-Villain: They are revealed to have assisted Professor Pembrooke with her "Scooby-Doo" Hoax simply because they believed it was a good prank.
- Jerk Jock: More lightly and playfully.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: They mess around, goof off, and tease Shannon about worrying the Loch Ness Monster will eat them when they go swimming in the loch; but after the monster causes the boat to crash, they both go over to Shannon to check if she's okay.
- The Prankster: The only thing they seem passionate about is jokes, whether on each other or others.
- Sibling Team: The Haggart brothers always appear together.
The local innkeeper and Colin and Angus's dad.
- Agent Scully: He doesn't believe in the Loch Ness monster but promotes the legend to attract tourists.
- Sports Dad: He relishes the games and the idea of his sons competing in them.
- Why Couldn't You Be Different?: At one point, he looks towards the sky and says, "I asked for jocks and you gave me jokers instead." And near the end of the movie, where his sons admit that they had no real interest in the Highland Games and went along with Dr. Pembrooke's scheme because they thought it would make a good prank, Mr. Haggart mutters, "I should've prayed harder for daughters."
Sir Ian Locksley
- Academic Athlete: Sir Ian is a skinny, gray-haired museum director and scholar who is also the head judge for the Highland games and can throw a thick caber quite a distance.
- Agent Scully: Ian disbelieves in the Loch Ness Monster, until the end.
- Cool Ship: He has a very large and heavily armed research vessel which he brings to guard the loch against any threats as the games approach.
- Lean and Mean: A relatively intense, thin man who is easily angered by the mention of the loch Ness monster.
- Man in a Kilt: He proudly wears a kilt everywhere.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: He can't stand the presence of Pembrooke.
- Stronger Than You Look: Despite his age and skinniness he's capable of throwing a caber pretty far.
The local dock master and a firm believer in the monster.
- Cursed with Awesome: He holds the record for most Loch Ness monster sightings but claims to be bothered by this.
- Doomsayer: He appears in the middle of rain or fog to give loud, ominous warnings about the monster's presence.
- Fish Eyes: His eyes are always wide and looking in opposite directions.
- Insistent Terminology: Duncan gets very irritated when Fred says "lake" instead of "loch."
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: His look is meant to resemble actor Marty Feldman.
The first mate aboard Ian's Cool Ship.
- Abandon Ship: He and his cronies dive overboard as the ship is run aground and don't appear again.
- Beard of Evil: He's a villain with a decent beard across his face.
- Evil Redhead: McIntyre is a redhead who betrays the gang and Sir Ian.
- Greed: He wants to capture and sell the Loch Ness Monster.
- Spanner in the Works: To both the gang and the culprits when he decides to capture the monster.
- The Starscream: He betrays Sir Ian to capture the monster.
- Violent Glaswegian: A fellow Scot but with violent intentions.
- Break the Haughty: Gets arrested at the end and finds out he just lost his coveted surfing title to a (mainlander) dog.
- Sixth Ranger Traitor: Manu accompanies the gang for a lot of the adventure, acting like a Nice Guy who thinks that they can help him find his kidnapped girlfriend. However, he is the Big Bad and tries to scare the gang off before ultimately locking them in a chamber filled with lava while wearing his Tiki costume.
- Unholy Matrimony: With Snooki. They care about each other a lot but are trying to screw over the rest of the community.
- Et Tu, Brute?: He is utterly crushed to find out that his friends were the villains.
- Innocent Bigot: He's against mainlanders being in the surfing contest, but more due to the curse than any real prejudice towards the individuals. Then again, some of the mainland surfers tend to be rather arrogant and smug towards the natives.
- Ironic Nickname: He's the largest person in the community.
- Lovable Jock: A burly, surfer who fights to try and save a victim of the tikis and is fairly nice to the gang.
- New-Age Retro Hippie: His mannerisms and hairstyle have a bit of this.
- Snake Oil Salesman: Makes a bundle of money selling trinkets to ward off the wiki tikis. They don't work. To be fair, the monster isn't real, but there's no indication Moon had any reason to think that they did have magical protective abilities.
- Mayor Pain: She's fairly nice most of the time, but is trying to cover up the stories of the tiki attacks for tourism purposes, and has a sour demeanor when things don't go her way.
- Enlightened Self-Interest: He's always going out of his way to make visitors welcome and happy... so they'll be more interested in buying his condos (which as far as we know, didn't displace anyone or cause environmental damage when he had them built).
- Shady Real Estate Agent: Averted. He has a somewhat smarmy smile a lot of the time and is keen to sell his condos, but he lacks any Jerkass moments and his business is being hurt by the monster attacks, due to everyone moving away.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Acts nice, but is working with Manu and willing to lead the gang into a trap.
- Cool Old Lady: A wise island elder who bakes famous pies and, despite a slightly foreboding appearance, is fairly welcoming and provides the gang with good counsel and a trinket to ward off the monster (which, considering it's a guy in a costume, doesn't work).
- Eccentric Mentor: despite having the "dark shaman" reputation, she is very playful, quirky, and extroverted. Lampshaded by Velma:She's a Shaman—she's supposed to be eccentric.
Scooby-Doo in Where’s My Mummy?
Amelia von Butch
- Corrupted Character Copy: Of Lara Croft.
- Dark Action Girl: She's willing to directly attack her opposition and is the film's villain.
- Dirty Coward: Her groveling when she's captured is pathetic.
- Jerkass: She's very unpleasant and only cares about getting Cleopatra's treasure, to hell with anyone she has to hurt to get to it.
- Mean Boss: She shows little to no concern for her men being captured and turned to stone.
- Sore Loser: When Ahmal declared that Cleopatra's treasure belongs to the people, Amelia whines that she alone is entitled to the treasure.
- Villains Want Mercy: After she is captured by the mummies and witnesses her last two henchmen get turned to stone, she pleads for mercy and kneels before Cleopatra's ghost.
A Middle-Eastern prince and Velma's archeological partner.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: He's working to restore a lost archeological treasure and personally helps lead the "Scooby-Doo" Hoax to scare off tomb robbers.
A canceled reality tv show host trying to get back on track with the mummy story.
- Enlightened Self-Interest: He ultimately helps Velma and Omar, although partially because it ensures him a good story.
- Nightmare Fetishist: Gushes about the curse and mummies excitedly, although mainly just because of the rating potential.
Ahmahl Ali Akbar
A Bedouin traveler who aids the gang.
- All-Powerful Bystander: He isn't an undercover cop, a disguised villain, or anything of the like, just an ordinary man who gives the team a lift and keeps showing up to give them aid at the right time.
- Bedouin Rescue Service: He's introduced in this manner, and even has a bunch of camels.
- Good Samaritan: He gives the team a ride when their stranded in the desert and later nurses Fred and Daphne back to health after they are attacked and drugged.
- Unfazed Everyman: Takes thefts in the street, the mummy's curse, and the Nile River going dry all in stride.
Campbell and Natasha
Two of Von Butch's team, and the only two to escape their initial encounter with the mummy.
- Ambiguously Brown: Campbell's skin is fairly dark, but it could just be well-tanned.
- Badass Boast: When told about the threat of the undead, Campbell says if they encounter them;Then they won't stay un-dead for long.
- The Brute: Campbell is the most imposing of Van Butch's team and effortlessly crushes a cellphone with his bare hand.
- Genius Bruiser: Natasha is a martial artist and the technical expert of the group.
- Kneel Before Zod: Both of them bow before the mummies after being captured, sensing their precarious situation.
- Lightning Bruiser: Natasha is an adept martial artist, capable of delivering powerful physical attacks at fast speeds.
- Machete Mayhem: Campbell wields a machete as a weapon.
- Night-Vision Goggles: Campbell is always wearing a pair. Interestingly, they look like normal goggles until they start glowing when he uses them to look around in the dark, and earlier he wore them outside, in the middle of the sand with no ill effects.
- Opaque Nerd Glasses: Natasha's eyes aren't visible through the glasses she wears.
- Punch-Clock Villain: They're just there for a paycheck and are less hammy and abrasive than their boss.
- The Quiet One: Natasha only has about half-a-dozen lines of dialogue.
- Sleeves Are for Wimps: Both of them are tough fighters who wear sleeveless shirts.
- Taken for Granite: They get turned to stone but it's all a hoax.
- Villainous Valor: They fight the mummies somewhat effectively and show more composure after finally being captured than their boss does.
- Villains Want Mercy: While both remain composed after being captured by the mummies (especially compared to their groveling boss), after Amelia finishes her appeal for mercy, they trade glances then shrug and kneel too.Campbell: Yeah.
Natasha: What she said.
Scooby Doo! Pirates Ahoy!
Skip Jones & Peggy Jones
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Peggy constantly takes pictures with a blinding camera flash.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Peggy is hypnotized into being a pirate fiercely loyal to Captain Skunkbeard. She gets better.
- Damsel in Distress: Peggy disappears along with the rest of the ship's guests. It turns out they were all hypnotized into being Captain Skunkbeard's pirate crew.
- Good Parents: They're both very loving towards their son, Fred.
- Happily Married: Peggy's first action when un-hypnotized is to rush to Skip's aid, worried that he might fall off the end of the plank.
- Honorary Uncle: They act this way towards the rest of the Gang, despite not being related.
- Jerkass: While hypnotized as a pirate, she takes a strong dislike towards Skip.
- Minnesota Nice: Whether or not they're from Minnesota is up for discussion, but their voice actors' accents bring this trope to mind.
- Mistaken Identity: Skip swaps clothes with Rupert to get a genuine castaway costume, which leads to Skunkbeard mistaking him for Rupert, which winds up getting him and Peggy kidnapped.
- Nice Guy: Both of them are as nice as their son.
- Cassandra Truth: Nobody listens to his ramblings about the pirate ghosts.
- Honorary True Companion: He's there with Skip and the gang for a lot of the movie.
- Living MacGuffin: The Pirates want him to navigate the stars to lead them to a hidden island.
A hypnotist hired by the cruise to perform for them.
- Obviously Evil: Scooby and Shaggy were freaked out by his appearance from the start and he turns out to be the real bad guy.
Sunny St. Cloud
The cruise director.
- Motor Mouth: She tends to talk kind of quickly and excitedly.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: She heavily resembles Lauren Tewes' character Julie from The Love Boat.
- Tempting Fate: After the gang solves the first mystery of the cruise, Sunny declares that "We'll get them yet, sir." The gang then proceeds to solve all of her remaining mysteries in two days.
- This Cannot Be!: She gets rather frustrated when the gang manages to solve a week's worth of mysteries in just two days.
- Those Two Guys: She is always seen with the Captain.
The captain of the cruise.
- Agent Scully: He thinks that Rueben's warnings are thirst-fueled delusions. To be fair so does everyone else.
- Those Two Guys: He is always seen with Sunny.
- Worthy Opponent: A non-antagonistic example; he's amused and congratulatory to the gang after how fast they go through everything on his mystery cruise.
A rich billionaire that lands on the cruise after testing out his jetpack.
- Cloudcuckoolander: He legitimately believed that recovering a lost treasure would enable him to travel back in time, among other eccentricities.
- Expy: Of Richard Branson, the founder of the Virgin Group.
- Punny Name: His name is a play on the dish Beef Wellington.
A mysterious ghost pirate that has been raiding ships, including Rupert Garcia's navigation ship and Mystery Incorporated's mystery cruise, in search of... something.
- Captain Colorbeard: A pirate whose name refers to the kind of beard he has.
- Significant Double Casting: He and Biff Wellington are both voiced by Ron Perlman. Guess Skunkbeard's real identity.
Chill Out, Scooby-Doo!
- Voiced by: James Sie
A Tibetan mountain guide.
- Big Brother Instinct: Pemba becomes very upset at the idea that his sister Minga is in danger (although as a kid, he was a Big Brother Bully in a mildly teasing way).
- Native Guide: Pemba leads climbing expeditions up Mount Everest and has enough respect for local superstitions to avoid certain areas.
- Voiced by: Kim Mai Guest
Pemba's music-obsessed sister.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: Minga's obsession with western music, (faked) Arbitrary Skepticism about the monster, and insistence on tagging along with the expedition cause her brother to exasperatedly say that she's as stubborn as a yak.
- Anti-Villain: Minga is behind the "Scooby-Doo" Hoax, but only because she wants to give her cryptozoologist crush a reason to stay in the area.
- Aroused by Their Voice: She's in love with a DJ she's never seen face-to-face.
- Official Couple: With Dell Chillman.
- Voiced by: René Auberjonois
A hunter obsessed with the Abominable Snowman.
- Egomaniac Hunter: LaFleur is a boastful professional hunter obsessed with bagging the Abominable Snowman but suffers scores of Amusing Injuries in the process. He tricks Shaggy and Scooby into accompanying him to serve as "the bait no monster can refuse." That being said, most to all of his traps are non-lethal ones (indicating he plans to take the monster alive), and he abandons his hunt after believing that the Snowman may have saved his life.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: LaFleur is injured by several of his traps.
- Played By: Alfred Molina
A scientist who is exploring Mount Everest.
- Adventurer Archaeologist: Jeffries is a bold and fit man who is obsessed with finding the lost kingdom of Shangri-La. Ultimately, he's a negative example of the trope, as he's mainly concerned with padding his own pockets from a diamond mine that isn't his to take.
- Eviler than Thou: Of the film's other villains, Minga is an Anti-Villain and LaFleur has a Heel Realization. Meanwhile, Jeffries's greedy looting is portrayed completely unsympathetically, and in the final act, he's more violent and unrepentant than the other two.
- Greed: Jeffries's obsession with lining his own pockets is sinister and all-consuming.
- Smart People Wear Glasses: Jeffries is a bespectacled man who has the most education (although not the most common sense) of any of the characters.
- Villainous Valor: He's pretty bold while fighting the Abominable Snowman for a big crystal.
Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King
The Goblin King
Featured in Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Built-up as a scary and evil being throughout the movie. Turns out, past his scary demeanor, the guy is quite benevolent as long as you don't cross him.
- Papa Wolf: He's eventually revealed to be the father of Fairy Princess Willow, and is also shown to be rather protective of her—seriously, he would've traded his Goblin Scepter just to so his daughter would be safe.
Fairy Princess Willow
A fairy princess featured in Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King. She also happens to be the Goblin King's daughter.
- Dumb Blonde: While there's not enough information to justify this, she was messing with the amazing Krudsky, and eventually got caught, leading to his rise to power and the near-downfall of the world.
- Missing Mom: Her mother is never seen, or even mentioned, only her father.
- Stripperiffic: Wears an extremely revealing outfit.
- The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter: She's a beautiful fairy who's ultimately revealed to be the daughter of the Goblin King—assuming that the Goblin King is her biological father, Willow's mom (whoever she is) may be a fairy-like her daughter is.
A stage magician who is looking for a way to become a real magician.
- Bald of Evil: He is a bald villain.
- Big Bad: The true main antagonist of the film, who schemes to obtain real magic.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Played with. He wants to get back at Scooby and Shaggy because they ruined his performance, but they did it because he wouldn't let Scooby in. Not to mention that he was a real jerk about it.
- Fat Bastard: Is a heavyset guy who is the Big Bad and becomes MUCH worse when he starts to gain more magical powers, especially when he gets his hands on The Goblin Septor.
- One-Winged Angel: After absorbing the Goblin King's magic, Krudsky transforms into a goblin himself.
Glob & Glum
Two of the Goblin King's faithful, yet bumbling shadow goblin minions, featured in Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King.
- Bumbling Henchmen Duo: They're the Goblin King's two minions who are never seen apart.
- Card-Carrying Villain: They appear as antagonists, but they're working for the Goblin King, who's not evil. They probably don't know this, though.
- Expy: Of Bogel and Weerd and Crunch and Brunch, two other pairs of bumbling supernatural minions that Scooby and Shaggy dealt with in the past.
- Fat and Skinny: Glob and Glum, respectively.
- Minion with an F in Evil: Bumbling and not at all bright.
The owner of 'Mr. Gibbles' Genuine Magic Shoppe'.
- Ambiguously Human: He LOOKS human, but he also has Pointy Ears and knows an awful lot about magic.
- Forced Transformation: He gets turned into a rabbit by Krudsky. He's restored at the end of the movie.
Scooby-Doo! and the Samurai Sword
A friend of Daphne's who is secretly a minion of Miss Morimoto.
- Conflicting Loyalty: She's torn between helping Miss Morimoto with her plans and her newfound companionship with the Mystery Inc. gang. She chooses her friends in the end.
- Girlish Pigtails: Has this style, which signifies her eager personality and desire for an adventure.
- Heel–Face Turn: She was initially blinded by her loyalty to Miss Morimoto, but after realizing the extent of her sensei's plans, she turns against them and sides with the gang.
- Cast as a Mask: He has a different voice actor for when he's unmasked in the end.
- Evil Sounds Deep: His voice is booming and guttural and has nefarious plans for the world. The freed samurai has a much softer voice.
- Graceful Loser: He actually thanks Scooby and friends for defeating him as it allows him to die peacefully.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: He was imprisoned inside the Sword of Doom until Miss Morimoto started the ritual to free him.
A museum caretaker who witnesses the return of the samurai and tries to spread the warning.
- Mr. Exposition: He's the one who explains the legend of the Black Samurai
- Not Now, Kiddo: On both sides of it. He brushes off Kenji's attempts to warn him that a window is suspiciously open and his claims that the samurai has returned are accused of being a publicity stunt.
The janitor at the museum.
- Accidental Hero: Unlocks those trapped in the museum as part of his ordinary cleaning routine.
- The Ditz: A male example, he takes a lot of explaining to understand things.
- Fearless Fool: He does try to charge the samurai with just his mop (which is quickly cut in half).
A sushi chef and former samurai.
- Badass Bystander: He ships out a sword and attacks the robot ninjas without flinching.
- Chef of Iron: A Sushi chef who certainly hasn't lost his skill as a samurai.
- Mentor Archetype: He's an older man who quickly and skillfully trains Shaggy and Scooby.
- Voiced by: Kelly Hu
The head of a prestigious martial arts school where Miyumi studies and Daphne attends for a tournament.
- Ambition Is Evil: She wants to rule Japan, even if it means resurrecting the Ax-Crazy Black Samurai to help her.
- Batman Gambit: She fakes the return of the Black Samurai to trick the gang into finding an artifact that will supposedly cause a lot of danger in the Black Samurai's hands. Actually, she needs that artifact to really resurrect the Black Samurai, but isn't a good enough detective to find it on her own.
- Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: She is rather dismissive toward Takagawa's warning and has a win at all costs mentorship attitude. However, she seems like a gracious host who is impressed with the gang and wants to prevent the return of the Black Samurai. Then it turns out she is using the gang to find the Black Samurai.
Mirimoto's enormous, fiercely loyal bodyguard.
- Dumb Muscle: He's a great fighter but rather unintelligent. In one scene, Miyumi scolds him like he's a little kid.
- Lightning Bruiser: He's one of the burliest characters in the franchise and is also a nimble martial artist.
Velma's younger sister who attends the Whirlen Merlin Magic Academy.
- Big Little Sister: Even though she's younger, she's slightly taller than Velma.
- Break the Cutie: Poor Madelyn falls victim to this trope being trapped in a tower by the Gryphon.
- The Cameo: She briefly appears in a flashback in Frankencreepy.
- Chekhov's Gunman: Well, rather the lack of her presence is what is important in Frankencreepy because the villain, who is scamming Velma and claims to know her entire history, failed to take note that Velma has a sister, so viewers that believe these movies share continuity may have their red flags raised.
- Distressed Damsel: After she is kidnapped by the Gryphon in the middle of the movie.
- Foil: She's more extroverted than Velma.
- Girlish Pigtails: Her hairstyle.
- In-Series Nickname: Both Shaggy and Velma refer to her as "Mads" for short. Shaggy also calls her "Doe-Eyes Dinkley", to Velma's irritation.
- Noodle Incident: She attended clown school the previous semester before the gang checked up on her.
- Precocious Crush: Downplayed — she can't be that much younger than her sister (and, by extension, the rest of the Mystery Inc. gang), but her crush on Shaggy is treated like this by the other characters.
- Remember the New Girl?: Has never been seen in previous Scooby-Doo media, or since.
- Ship Tease: With Shaggy, who comes to reciprocate those feelings.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: She is more extroverted, while Velma is more introverted.
- Strong Family Resemblance: With Velma. She also strongly resembles Mrs. Angie Dinkley from Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, particularly in her youth.
A magician who founded the Whirlen Merlin Magic Academy.
- Despair Event Horizon: When the griffin attacking the school drives away his business, he becomes desperate enough to sell the castle to Curdles.
- Innocently Insensitive: He's a decent guy who does appreciate his brother but his constantly showing Marlon up inspires a lot of jealousy and he's blind to this.
Whirlen Merlin's older brother.
- Dude, Where's My Respect?: He shows some frustration that Merlin gets the applause for their tricks (and the dinner for their guests) despite his substantial contributions.
- Easily Forgiven: After Marlon confesses to his crimes, Whirlen not only forgives him but gives him what he wanted by making him an equal partner in the act.
- The Eeyore: He can be pretty cynical, and visibly unhappy, and openly talks about the griffin attacks.
- Gadgeteer Genius: He makes a lot of impressive tricks, not to mention creating the griffin puppet and the blimp that carried it, along with renovating the Griffin's Roost and repairing the old mechanisms inside it.
- Hypercompetent Sidekick: He's more skilled than his brother but not as good of a showman.
- Jack-of-All-Trades: He's the chef, trick designer, and porter for the academy.
- Must Make Amends: At the end of the movie, where he realizes how much Whirlen cares for the school and its students and practically begs him not to sell it to Curdles.
- The Resenter: Deep down he's pretty bitter towards his brother.
- Stereotypical Nerd: He's a socially awkward guy with glasses and a collared white shirt with pens sticking out of the pocket.
- Death Glare: When she sees Calvin arriving.
- Friend to All Living Things: Trains the animal assistants, even a lion.
- Head-Turning Beauty: Fred falls pretty head over heels for her.
- Implied Love Interest: Her relationship with Whirlin is a bit vague and could just be professional but she did leave the stage to help him run the school and is sitting next to him protectively at times.
- Lovely Assistant: Both on the stage and off it.
An ice cream chain owner trying to buy the castle.
- Alliterative Name: Calvin Curdles.
- Grand Romantic Gesture: He wants to buy the castle as one — so he can gift it to Ms. Rumblebuns, the woman he loves.
- Self-Made Man: Curdles' background. He used to struggle with an ice cream cart and now, thanks to his hard work, owns a big ice cream business.
The school's gardener.
- Doomsayer: He frightens the students with his talk of the Gryphon.
- The Mole: He's a spy for Calvin. Although he comes across as more of a Punch-Clock Villain, standing to face the Gryphon during the final battle and attending the Merlin brothers magic show at the end.
The caretaker and housekeeper of the castle since before Whirlen bought it.
- Agent Mulder: She believes the griffin is real and bringing back real magic.
- Brawn Hilda: A thick-armed woman who stands pretty tall.
- Crusty Caretaker: A female version.
- Oblivious to Love: She brushes off Calvin's flirtations as mere flattery despite how long they've known each other and he's shown a clear interest in her. Though, she may have been upset that they haven't seen each other for a long time.
- Perpetual Frowner: She's always scowling with her arms crossed. The characters lampshade this when they find an old picture of her.Velma: Is that Ms. Rumblebuns?Daphne: Hard to tell, she's smiling.
Birdwatchers who see the griffin return.
- Even Nerds Have Standards: While she does like birdwatching, she'd prefer to do something romantic with Sherman.
- Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: While Treena indicates she does like birds and the outdoors, she makes it clear that she sees watching a movie together as a better choice of a date.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Downplayed, but Treena seems to be about a head taller than Sherman.
- Intro-Only Point of View: They appear for about two minutes, in the beginning, see the griffin, flee in terror and then disappear from the movie.
Scooby-Doo: Camp Scare
The Woodsman, the Fishman, and the Specter of Shadow Canyon
The three antagonists featured in Scooby-Doo: Camp Scare. The Woodsman is an ax maniac, the Fishman is a half-fish half-man who lives in the lake, and the Specter of Shadow Canyon is a banshee that haunts Shadow Canyon.
- Ax-Crazy: The Woodsman who swung his ax like he was giving out candy.
- Chekhov's Skill: Knudsen using the zipline to dress up as the banshee.
- Family-Unfriendly Death: The Woodsman's backstory at the beginning of the movie is described as gruesomely violent, having suffered a lot of physical trauma after falling down a cliff.
- Fish People: The Fishman is called such, but he's more of a crocodile with some fins and the ability to stand up.
- Green and Mean: The Woodsman is green-skinned (presumably an attempt to indicate decay) and extremely violent and destructive. He's as close as Scooby-Doo can get to a slasher villain.
- Insane Equals Violent: Jerry McCreedy, aka the Woodsman, is said to have been driven insane from head trauma, and he roams the woods with an axe. Of course, McCreedy was already mean before going mad, which would give him an additional reason to become violent after losing his mind.
- Our Banshees Are Louder: The Specter of Shadow Canyon is essentially a banshee.
- Real After All: The Specter turns out to be real in the Post-Credits Scene, although no one seems to be aware of it.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: The Specter has red eyes.
- Shark Man: The Fishman is shark-like.
- "Scooby-Doo" Hoax: The thing was staged by Deacon/Babyface Boretti and Ranger Knudsen so that the campers would leave and they could blow up the dam directly over Camp Little Moose without killing anybody. Once they were gone, the empty lake at Camp Big Moose would reveal a long-lost town, where they could search for a treasure buried by Boretti's lost colleague.
A counselor at Camp Big Moose, seen only in Scooby-Doo: Camp Scare.
- Brainy Brunette: She's dark-haired and a pretty smart girl.
- Damsel in Distress: Twice in the movie, she requires rescuing.
- Impossible Hourglass Figure: She is extremely attractive, with an athletic body.
- Lovable Alpha Bitch: Early on she makes a couple of snobbish comments towards Camp Little Moose but she is revealed to be an extremely friendly girl.
- Ms. Fanservice: Possibly even gives Daphne a run for her money in terms of fanservice. She has a perfect body and Fred finds her attractive.
- Parent Service: Her role in the movie is to provide fanservice for older audiences. She has a great impact on the male viewers.
- Oblivious to Love: She doesn't seem to get Fred's crush on her.
- Romantic False Lead: To Fred. Fred is attracted to her, but he decides in the end that it wouldn't work out.
A forest ranger seen throughout Scooby-Doo: Camp Scare. Turns out to be the Woodsman, the Fishman, and the Banshee.
- Abhorrent Admirer: He flirts with Velma. She is revolted by it.
- Adults Are Useless: Every time the gang tries to report something to him, he doesn't care. Probably because he didn't want them getting suspicious.
- Affably Evil: He flirts with Velma, and even tries to clear everybody out of the camp before blowing the dam and flooding the place.
- Even Evil Has Standards: Still tried evacuating the camp before flooding it.
- Villainous Crush: He flirts with Velma whenever he sees her and asks her to wait for him when the police arrest him for being part of the scheme. It doesn't keep him from being quite ferocious in his monster guises.
One of the campers at Camp Little Moose.
- Abhorrent Admirer: When Trudy claims that Camp Big Moose has the cute boys Camp Little Moose lacks, he pops up beside her as though trying to get her attention and she ignores him. He doesn't do anything else, though.
- The Ace: He easily excels at all the camp's activities, which disappoints Fred because he was hoping to mentor the kid.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: A nice kid with a head full of blonde hair.
One of the campers at Camp Little Moose.
- Character Development: She becomes less introverted and more open throughout the movie.
- Commonality Connection: She and Velma hit it off well given that they're both somewhat unwilling to be roughing it. Velma's counseling helps Trudy to begin enjoying herself.
- Deadpan Snarker: Probably the snarkiest character in the movie.
- Goth: She gives off this vibe due to her way of dress and attitude. She becomes more of a Perky Goth by the end of the film.
- In the Hood: Wears a hoodie in most of her scenes, usually with the hood up.
- Peek-a-Bangs: Her bangs cover one of her eyes.
A kid who comes to Camp Little Moose over the summer in Scooby-Doo: Camp Scare. Turns out to be a criminal trying to get them to leave the campsite so that they won't die when he and Knudsen blow the dam and flood the place.
- Bald of Evil: He's secretly a criminal and he turns out to be bald.
- Big Bad: Think about it. Between him and Knudsen, who's idea was it to evacuate the camp before flooding it?
- Even Evil Has Standards: Still tried evacuating the camp before flooding it.
- Karmic Butt-Monkey: He takes the most comical battering during the film, even topping Shaggy and Scooby. It becomes karmic in retrospect once he reveals himself as the mastermind.
- Nerd Glasses: Pretty much his entire disguise, besides being dressed as a camper. It still works; even Velma admitted she Did Not See That Coming when he reveals himself.
- Nerdy Inhaler: As part of his disguise, he pretends to have asthma.
- Voiced by: Stephen Root
- Big Damn Heroes: Burt and Daphne swoop down on zip lines to yank Fred and Velma away from the ax-wielding Woodsman.
- Big Fun: Burt has a noticeable gut and is a warm-hearted man who cares about giving his campers a fun experience and keeping them safe.
- Sixth Ranger: Burt accompanies the gang for most of the investigation.
- Voiced by: Phil LaMarr
- Expy: Of Crazy Ralph from Friday the 13th (1980), as both of them act as a doomsayer who spreads warnings about an Ax-Crazy villain.
- The Prankster: He dresses up as campfire story villain The Woodsman to scare some campers.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here: He runs away in terror when he sees The Woodsman and packs up his bags and heads off to Camp Big Moose the next morning.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: He's a good-natured counselor in his first scene and later warns the gang about the danger before fleeing Camp Little Moose. However, upon getting a job at Camp Big Moose, he angrily confronts Shaggy and Scooby for not being from Camp Big Moose (even though they're invited guests) and doesn't intervene when his campers pelt them with food.
Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur
The main antagonist of Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur. Has two forms; the original form is a large, glowing, tangible dinosaur, and the second form is made completely of fire, also with the ability to breathe fire.
- Dinosaurs Are Dragons: The Fiery Phantosaur can breathe fire, in addition to being made of it.
- Hologram: The Fiery Phantosaur is only a projection created with 3D computer graphics.
- Man in the Machine: The original Phantosaur was being robotically controlled.
- Playing with Fire: The Fiery Phantosaur; its fire breath is created from using paint strippers to superheat the air.
- "Scooby-Doo" Hoax: The original people wanted to scare people away because they found silver in a mine. But they're not the people you remember. Professor Svankmajer and Winsor wanted to scare the whole town away so that they could safely remove, and keep for themselves, a perfectly preserved dinosaur, encased in crystal.
A woman featured in Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur.
- Bad Liar: To the point where it's lampshaded by the gang. Her acting and delivery are perfectly believable but she loses points for talking about how Winsor had already left the dig when his car is still there, and in plain sight.
- Casual Danger Dialogue: During the attack of the original Phantosaur (the one she wasn't behind) she just stands around thoughtfully musing about several of its physical traits in comparison to what she'd expected to form a dinosaur. of course, she later claims that she had realized that the original phantosaur was a fake from the beginning.
- The Corruptor: She dragged Winsor and her other grad students into her scheme.
- Graceful Loser: She matter-of-factly explains things and isn't mad at the gang after being exposed, working with them to escape the collapsing cave without ever trying to betray them.
- Greed: She has an obsession with the dinosaur she found. It is all she ever wanted and all she thinks she will ever want. Because of this, she will do anything to keep it for herself.
- My God, What Have I Done?: After being exposed she's ashamed of letting herself stoop to such levels.
A teenager who assists Professor Svankmajer with her paleontological dig. He also assists her in the creation of the Fiery Phantosaur. Seen in Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur.
- Chekhov's Skill: His first scene mentions that he took computer animation classes, which he uses on the dinosaur.
- Does Not Like Spam: He doesn't like salmon eggs, which is one thing he turns out to have in common with Velma.
- Geeky Turn-On: He and Velma were instantly attracted when they met at the dig. They discussed dinosaur fossils and discovered they had a lot in common.
- Romantic False Lead: To Velma, though Velma was still attracted to him in the end, and said she would date him again after he got out of jail.
- Spear Counterpart: He is practically a male version of Velma. He even says it's like they're gender-swapped clones.
The man who owns the spa that the gang comes to visit in Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur.
- Accidental Misnaming: He doesn't get any of the gang's names right.
- Cloudcuckoolander: He seems distracted; he can't get Shaggy's nickname right, for example.
- Cool Old Guy: He's an old man who owns a spa and is a master of hypnotism.
- Honest Corporate Executive: He mentions that he would have liked it if the locals had sold him more land to expand his spa, but finds the idea of dressing up like a ghost to scare them off laughable.
- Hypno Fool: His hypnotism equipment works so well, that he always hypnotizes himself at the end. Not throughout the whole thing, just at the part where he tells his subject to wake up having no recollection of what happened.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Shaggy's hypnosis is eventually undone, only for everyone else in the gang to believe their Shaggy too. From what we see at the ending, Mr. Hubley doesn't fix it.
- Red Herring: He's just there so that there are more suspects, but he had pretty much nothing to do with the Phantosaur attacks.
A man who runs a coffee business, seen in Scooby-Doo! Legend of the Phantosaur.
- Meaningful Name: The "shakey" bit of his name refers to the fact he always shakes and jitters.
Tex is the leader of the motorcycle gang Shaggy beat up at "Faith's All You Can Eat" in La Serena.
- Badass Biker: He's a cool biker.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's very intimidating at first, but helps Shaggy save his friends in the end.
- Worthy Opponent: He sees Shaggy as a worthy opponent after besting him in the race.
Mining company executives who want the paleontologists gone to dig up a new silver vein.
- Affably Evil: They never end up hurting anyone and take being exposed fairly well.
- Bantering Baddie Buddies: They always appear together and have some sinister banter.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: They try to shut down the dig to further their mine.
- Disc-One Final Boss: Their Phantosaur is taken down and they're captured after just a couple of attacks, at which point a new fake dinosaur emerges.
- Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Deitch. The graceful part is a bit dubious as she is a criminal though.
- Graceful Loser: They're fairly forthcoming and not bitter towards the gang (although they do throw in the usual "you meddling kids" line) after being captured.
- Hidden Depths: Deitch went to art school in the past and uses this to help design the dinosaur robot.
- Obviously Evil: A pair of trimly dressed people in a mining company truck who talk about how nice it will be for their purposes if the phantosaur does scare away the fossil-hunters, and then take a tooth it left behind while referring to it as evidence. That they are in fact behind the (first) phantosaur is pretty much The Un-Twist.
- Peek-a-Bangs: Babbit's hair goes down a bit over his eyes.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: Their business-like attire stands out compared to the rest of the town.
- Sinister Shades: Babbit is the creeper of the pair and has sunglasses.
Big Top Scooby-Doo!
The owner of the Brancusi Circus. Seen in Big Top Scooby-Doo!.
- Bound and Gagged: He gets tied up and gagged twice in the movie.
- Failed a Spot Check: Somehow he thinks that garlic works against werewolves, not vampires.
- Nice Guy: Likes entertaining people with his circus.
- Red Herring: He's one of the suspects, and his behavior is a little suspicious, but Archambault was just trying to frame him.
- Sympathy for the Devil: After finding out the motives of the culprits he does seem a little sympathetic and understanding.
- Tall, Dark, and Handsome: He's a pretty good-looking guy (tall, lean but muscular build, and dark hair/eyes/complexion), even if his nose makes it somewhat unconventional.
A French-Canadian strongman that travels with the Brancusi Circus in Big Top Scooby-Doo!.
- Big Bad: He is the arch-villain of the movie.
- Dumb Muscle: Averted. Despite how he speaks, he's as cunning as he is strong.
- Kick the Dog: He's shown to not mind cruelty toward animals. "Archambault never punch a horse before. Could be fun!"
- Muscles Are Meaningful: He has big muscles to show he is strong.
- Smarter Than You Look: He's very intelligent. After all, he was probably the closest villain to getting away with it if it weren't for Velma figuring out that Doubleday wasn't working alone.
- Top-Heavy Guy: He is big and muscular.
- Third-Person Person: He constantly refers to himself in the third person.
Oliverio and Lena
Two German trapeze artists seen throughout Big Top Scooby-Doo!.
- Crazy Jealous Guy: Oliverio becomes jealous of Fred when Lena flirts with him.
- Everyone Has Standards: Oliverio states he won't actually, intentionally drop Fred during their act, as doing so would hurt his reputation.
- Impossible Hourglass Figure: Lena has an athletic build.
- Mother Russia Makes You Strong: Though, they're supposed to be German.
- Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Oliverio is noticeably shorter than Lena, who is a Statuesque Stunner.
The animal trainer who travels with the Brancusi Circus.
- Even Evil Has Standards: While he was willing to work with Archambault, he tells Shaggy and Scooby (after first meeting them) that he'd never do anything to hurt any of the animals within the Brancusi Circus.
- Flat Character: There's nothing much to this guy other than him appearing in one scene at the beginning before going missing and helping Archambault with his plan.
- Gender-Blender Name: While "Whitney" can be used as a man's name, it's considerably more common as a woman's name.
- Gracefully Demoted: He tells the gang that he doesn't mind being forced into retirement due to how he's getting old for the job anyway and understands the backlash against animal acts due to how many animal acts are abusive and exploitative. it turns out he's lying though.
- "Scooby-Doo" Hoax: Works with Archambault to kidnap the circus stars, ruin the show, and takeover from Marius since they were jealous that his father gave the circus to him instead of them after they had worked there longer than Marius.
Wulfric von Rydingsvard
A heavy metal rock singer seen in Big Top Scooby-Doo!.
- Cloudcuckoolander: He claims to be a werewolf and even some of his employees admit he has a tenuous grasp on reality.
- Informed Ability: He is a famous rock star, but when the audience finally hears his music, it doesn't quite sound like it's worth the hype.
- Nice to the Waiter: He thanks his assistant Phil for saving his life.
- Red Herring: Everywhere his band traveled there have been werewolf attacks. That's because they wanted the black diamond he wears.
- Strange Minds Think Alike: He's the only one to get Schmaatko the clowns joke of an umbrella representing intolerance, and like Shaggy doesn't believe in kangaroos.
- But Now I Must Go: Leaves the circus to follow his real dreams at the end.
- Classically-Trained Extra: He's an actor who finds clowning beneath him.
- Fat and Skinny: The fat to Sisko's skinny.
- Gleeful and Grumpy Pairing: The Grumpy to Sisko's Gleeful.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Disappears, presumably turned into a werewolf, after just one scene.
- Ambiguous Syntax: Once Schmatko leaves the circus, Sisko comments he thought he'd never leave, but whether or not this is meant as a Hidden Disdain Reveal or simply surprise that his colleague finally did leave to follow his dreams is unclear.
- Fat and Skinny: He's the skinny to Schmatko's fat.
- Gleeful and Grumpy Pairing: The Gleeful to Schmatko's Grumpy.
- Suddenly Voiced: He mostly communicates by blowing an air horn but does comment on Schmatko leaving.
- Badass Bystander: The only one of Wulfric's posse to try and help him when the werewolf is stealing his necklace.
- First-Name Basis: He claims that even his kids call him Phil.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: He ishe only formally-attired man among Wulfric's entourage.
Scooby-Doo! Mask of the Blue Falcon
A kid who hangs around the convention and is friendly to the Scooby gang.
- Distressed Dude: At one point near the end, he's attacked by the villains, forcing Scooby-Doo to go into Heroic Dog mode to rescue him.
- Tagalong Kid: He's mainly just a youngster who hangs around with Shaggy and Scooby.
The producer of the new Darker and Edgier Blue Falcon movie.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: Jennifer's love for putting "revenge" in the titles of her movies and her glee at blowing things up instead of having a real story makes her a very unflattering reference to Michael Bay.
- Pet the Dog: She does eventually give Owen a cameo appearance in her new movie.
- Red Herring: Shaggy points out that she's happy about all the publicity the Hyde attacks are creating for the new movie, but she's not behind them.
The original Blue Falcon, who is not happy about the reboot.
- Advertised Extra: Despite Blue Falcon being seen on the film cover, being on equal footing with the rest of the cast (or Shaggy and Scooby at least), the man who played Blue Falcon is only in a small handful of scenes. Justified in that he's mostly there trying to prove his worth of being the original Blue Falcon and because he was tricked into being the bad guy to gain recognition.
- Dude, Where's My Respect?: Shaggy and Scooby-Doo are the only ones to have nothing but respect and admiration for him.
- Hero with Bad Publicity: Sadly, Mr. Garrison was swindled out of the rights to the Blue Falcon and was not even allowed to wear the character's costume for years. It gets even worse after he becomes a prime suspect in the Hyde attacks, thanks to his public disdain about the new movie.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Mr. Garrison may be grouchy, but he's no more a villain than the guy he played. He was not behind the attacks, despite his dislike of the reboot, and he even pulls a last-minute save when Scooby is attacked by the Hyde Hound.
- Large Ham: He's very expressive, much like his inspiration Adam West.
- No Celebrities Were Harmed: His character is made to be Adam West, complete with Jeff Bennett doing an impersonation of West; furthermore, the part about him being banned from wearing the Blue Falcon costume by the producers of a new movie about the character is taken from real life, based on an incident where Clayton Moore was sued by the producers of Legend of The Lone Ranger over his continued appearances as the character taking attention away from their movie.
- Red Herring: He is the primary suspect during the Hyde attacks, and it is seemingly confirmed when he's found in the cockpit of the giant Hyde robot. However, it turns out to be a Frame-Up.
- Tuckerization: His name is an homage to Gary Owens, the original voice actor of the Blue Falcon.
Scooby-Doo! Stage Fright
The Phantom of the Chicago Opera house in Scooby-Doo! Stage Fright.
- Badass Baritone: His magnificent, hooting Evil Laugh.
- Legacy Character: The original Phantom bedeviled the Opera House back during its "disco hall" phase in the '70s. His disguise is used by four other people for independent reasons.
- The first and possibly "main" Phantom to appear is Crissy's father, who is out to sabotage the other contestants so that Crissy will win. This is the "CHRISTINE MUST WIN" Phantom.
- The other main Phantom is Dewey Ottoman, who moonlights as a high-profile thief and is using the whole thing as a cover so he can steal a diamond while the cops are distracted. This is the lemon-scented Phantom.
- Mel Richmond is attempting to burn down the Opera House to collect the insurance and get rid of the drain on his finances. Notably, he only started doing this well after the first two Phantoms began their sprees (if not the very scene he was caught) and was merely using the opportunity to avoid suspicion.
- Brick Pimiento was the last Phantom to be rounded up; he was exploiting the attacks to raise hype for the show and can be presumed to be the cause of the Phantom's command of the cameras. He's guilty of abetting criminals at the very least by exaggerating their effects and hindering the police. Like Mel, he seems to have been using the opportunity, so he started later.
- Shout-Out: To The Phantom of the Opera, naturally.
The host of Talent Star.
- Catchphrase: "Fantastic!"
- Kick the Son of a Bitch: After Chrissy rudely pushes Brick out of the way after her act and calls him a "loser", he coldly tells her that her father's been arrested before her mother can break the news to her gently.
- Stepford Smiler: Despite his demeanor, he's terrified about being replaced and has low self-esteem, seeing himself as just a pretty face.
- Suspiciously Specific Denial: Brick Pimiento concludes his self-introduction with, "...and there's definitely no ghost."
The assistant director of Talent Star.
- Establishing Character Moment: Dewey's slightly neurotic obsession with cleanliness is on display from the very beginning.Dewey: The garbage in this trash can is filthy. I want this garbage cleaned at once!
- Large Ham: Were you expecting a Peter MacNicol character to be anything but this?
- Mean Boss: His assistant does not have cause to like him at all.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: Not stupidity per se, but Dewey Ottoman seems to exaggerate his germ obsession and puts forth a frail, neurotic disposition - including fainting several times at the mere mention of the Phantom. As a result, the gang agrees that he's creepy but doesn't seriously consider him as the Phantom. Boy, are they wrong - turns out he's an international thief, and during the final Car Chase, though he's still foppish and clean he drops the act almost entirely. He even gets covered with gunk and trash several times and outright ignores it in his pursuit of the Soap Diamond.
- Pet the Dog: Dewey seems genuinely entranced by Fred and Daphne's song during the dress rehearsal.
- Terrified of Germs: He is compulsive about cleanliness, especially worried about the germs carried by dogs. This turns out to be what gives him away as one of the Phantoms. The lemon scent that Shaggy and Scooby picked up during their encounter with the Phantom was probably his hand sanitizer.
A young singer and guitarist.
- Foil: To Emma, the sweetheart violinist with folksy folks who are hoping to win the cash prize to save their farm.
- Forehead of Doom: She has a high forehead.
- Jerkass: She is aggressive, selfish, and spoiled. She was aware that her father was cheating to help her win the TV talent contest, and she agreed with him doing it.
- Stage Parent: Both her parents who are also her managers. Her father Lance attempts to steal Emma Gale's violin.
- Troubling Unchild Like Behaviour: She and her song, "Homewrecker". She spends the whole movie in a strapless dress and Opera Gloves, and she's not even a teenager.Velma: For a girl her age, that song seems a little... extremely inappropriate.
Daphne: Very extremely.
- Tender Tomboyishness, Foul Femininity: Between the two young girls competing in the talent show: Emma is a polite, soft-spoken and overall kind farmer girl while Christine is a self absorbed spoiled diva in an Age-Inappropriate Dress.
A young violinist.
- The Bait: Volunteers to be this off-screen for the climax.
- Child Prodigy: She can play the violin flawlessly when it's rested on her back.
- Foil: To Chrissy, the Spoiled Brat singer with two Stage Parents.
- Little Miss Snarker: Downplayed. She has a very subtle strain of snark that you have to pay attention to notice.Fred: Wow, Emma, you do make better bait than us!
- Minnesota Nice: She and her parents, though Emma's accent is more subtle than her parents' accents.
- Nice Girl: Emma loves everybody, is extremely kind, very sportsman-like (especially in contrast to the other contestants), makes instant friends with Fred and Daphne, and even seems to be rooting for them at some points. She and her folks are such incredibly good people that the viewer seems almost expected to think it's an act and one of them is the Phantom, especially after we find out that they need to win the competition to pay off their debts. It isn't. They are that good.
- Shout-Out Theme Naming: She and her parents' are a farm family and extremely nice people who are now in a very different place from where they're from, makes her name a reference to Dorothy's aunt.
- Tender Tomboyishness, Foul Femininity: Between the two young girls competing in the talent show: Emma is a polite, soft-spoken and overall kind farmer girl while Christine is a self absorbed spoiled diva in an Age-Inappropriate Dress.
A female singer.
- Establishing Character Moment: Lotte's grand entrance into the pizza joint, looking for Shaggy and Scooby. Before getting down to business, she spends a few minutes signing autographs, and by signing them, we mean carving the letters of her name into an old man's tongue.
- Evil Diva: She is an experienced singer and is very aggressive and violent. Shaggy even declares her "scarier than the Phantom."
- Expy: She is one for La Carlotta—the Phantom even does the "change the throat spray" trick from the 2004 movie. (Her name is actually pronounced "Lotta").
- Kick the Dog: Lotte Lavoie refuses to give a fangirl an autograph because of her poor fashion sense and is remorseless while watching her run off in tears.Lotte: Yeah, yeah, you better run!
- Wolverine Claws: Lotte brandishes her footlong fingernails like weapons and can stab and carve through walls with them. She occasionally uses them to sign her name into others' clothes and flesh.
A short ventriloquist. In his act, he sits in the lap of his large dummy.
- Chick Magnet: He is a confident ladies' man. He flirted with the members of Girl-O-Saurus Rex, and they fought over who would date him.
Nancy voiced by: Tara Sands
Donna voiced by: Tara Strong
Amy voiced by: Grey DeLisle
A female gothic dinosaur-styled band who used to be a country and western music group.
- All There in the Script: The members of Girl-o-Saurus Rex are named Cathy, Nancy, Donna, and Amy... but you'd be forgiven for not knowing that; the only time they're named is when one of the girls gets snippy with Cathy for being too much of a Genki Girl.
- Perky Goth: Cathy, the green-haired member. The image above is one of maybe two or three times in the movie where she loses her smile, and only because the others told her to scowl for their goth image. The other members are pretty perky too but are only slightly better at hiding it.Cathy: (high pitched giggle) Omigosh. We are so metal!
A stage magician.
- Epic Fail: He somehow hands Velma an egg while trying to produce his card.
- Stage Magician: He is an illusionist.
- Tuckerization: His name could be a reference to Paul Dini, who's married to real-life magician Misty Lee.
The owner of the Opera house where Talent Star was holding its finals.
- Insurance Fraud: Ultimately resorts to this.
- "Just Joking" Justification: Claims this when everyone looks at him for saying maybe he'll burn down his insured, debt-ridden theater. It turns out that no, he isn't joking.
A hermit who lived in the Chicago sewers, who haunted the opera house as the first Phantom.
- "Could Have Avoided This!" Plot: He isolated himself from society and eventually went on his rampage because he believed he was too deformed to be accepted. Turns out he only owned a funhouse mirror and doesn't look that bad.
- Reformed Criminal: He was the first Phantom to terrorize the opera house when it was a disco. After he was found by the gang and he realized he wasn't ugly, he reformed and helped the gang capture one of the other phantoms.
- Beleaguered Assistant: Has to put up a lot for Dewey's OCD and visibly hates it at times.
- Rank Up: Colette is promoted to the show's assistant director after Dewey is exposed as one of the culprits.
Lance and Barb Damon
- The Dividual: The Syndividual. Lance and Barb constantly appear together and are both loud, rambling, complete Jerkasses who care about nothing besides their daughter's musical career. Their roles only diverge at all when it's revealed Lance has been dressing up as the Phantom.
- Asian and Nerdy: K.T. is a bespectacled Asian-American man with a headset who focuses on working the show's video effects and checking security tapes rather than interacting with the contestants.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: K.T. is somewhat irritable and seems happy that the Phantom's rampage will increase publicity. However, he also diligently tries to help track and catch the Phantom with the security cameras and shows some respect for Steve at the end of the film.
- Surveillance as the Plot Demands: K.T. monitors the camera feed throughout the building and tries to help the Gang track down the Phantom a few times, but fails due to Dewey tampering with the cameras]] and there being multiple people dressed as the Phantom in different places.
The family lawyer of the Dinkley family, who is the gang's old enemy Cuthbert Crawls, one of the two people who masqueraded as the Phantom Shadows from the original series episode "A Night of Fright is No Delight".
- Clark Kenting: He's Cuthbert Crawls and all he did to disguise himself as the Dinkleys' family lawyer was simply wear glasses and slightly change his surname.
- Significant Double Casting: Inspector Krunch is him in disguise.
- Suddenly Speaking: Cuthbert Crawls never said a word in his original appearance.
Baron Basil von Dinkenstein
Velma Dinkley's notorious great-great-uncle, who allegedly created a hideous Frankenstein's Monster known as Frankencreep and is established as the inspiration for Mary Shelley writing her famous novel Frankenstein.
- Dr. Fakenstein: Being a Victor Frankenstein pastiche is justified, considering that it's established that his alleged experiments inspired Mary Shelley to write the original book.
- Mad Scientist: The legend states that he was an insane scientist who tried to create his own Frankenstein's Monster.
- Posthumous Character: Being an ancestor of Velma Dinkley, it's a given that he's long dead by the events of the film.
- The Von Trope Family: His surname has "von" in front of it.
A fan (if a bit critical one) of the gang's exploits.
- Butt-Monkey: Particularly when the end credits show him getting arrested for pointing out the movie's continuity errors.
- Nerd Glasses: He's bespectacled and a bit of a geek.
Scooby-Doo! Moon Monster Madness
A rough football star (though not one without sensitive edges), Uvinous "U-Boat" Matango is one of the first guests on Sly Baron's newly announced moon cruises.
- Hidden Depths: Football star U-Boat, nicknamed for his rough style of playing, is quite the singer.
- Singing Voice Dissonance: U-Boat, a bulky man with a deep voice, has a soprano singing voice.
- Abhorrent Admirer: A downplayed example, but Velma isn't amused when he shows hints of being attracted to her.
- Ax-Crazy: In a rather sociopathic twist for this franchise, Shannon's Evil Plan is to maroon everyone on the moon, then blow them all up so that she can be the only survivor.
- The Chessmaster: Shannon's Evil Plan was thought up months in advance, with every variable controlled and most contingencies planned for - including the heroes solving the case.
- Evil Redhead: A redhead who's definitely one of the most unrepentant villains in the franchise.
- False Friend: Shannon begins the movie by palling around with and complimenting Daphne, but by the end it appears that it was all (or mostly) an act to create tension between the members of the team, which it did for a while (mostly between Velma and Daphne.) In any case, she has no scruples about killing Daphne along with the others.
- Hate Sink: Shannon is somehow more monstrous than the "alien" she poses as. She acts like a caring, headstrong leader but is really a selfish, manipulative Glory Hound willing to murder the whole cast, and uses Daphne's adoration to lead her on. And unlike many other villains of this type, she doesn't even have a slightly sympathetic motive other than petty vanity.
- It's All About Me: Shannon's motivation for dressing up as the alien: she believes that nobody deserves to go into space but experts like her and is insulted when Sly Baron offers the opportunity for everyday people to do it safely. While there could possibly have been a bit of Well-Intentioned Extremist to this, her vanity becomes really obvious when she realizes Mystery Inc could uncover her plots - at which point she changes plans from "engineer an alien attack to frighten people out of going to space" to "maroon and/or kill everyone on the moon and return the sole survivor, so she can get all the fame from the 'failed' expedition."
- Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: A redhead with green eyes and the Big Bad.
- The Sociopath: Shannon has to be one of the most monstrous Scooby-Doo antagonists in the franchise, wanting to kill a bunch of people just to ensure everyone on Earth thinks that space travel is dangerous and only a place for experts like her. While doing this, she acts friendly to everyone, especially Daphne.
- Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: Unlike many other antagonists in the franchise, Shannon outright wanted to kill everyone and almost succeeded in her goal.
An eccentric billionaire, Sly Baron came up with and funded the scheme of a lifetime — creating a safe moon cruise so that everyone, not just astronauts, can enjoy the wonders of space.
- Establishing Character Moment: He arrives in a jetpack and a suit made of money just to show off.
- It's All About Me: Though thankfully not to as violent a degree as Shannon. He's self-absorbed to the detriment of everyone around him, which includes carelessly leaving his brother to live on the moon for years without contact simply to create an enormous ego-project dedicated to himself. He takes credit for everything, even though he barely ever does anything. Summarized late in the film:Sly (about to be marooned on the moon): You're just going to leave me here?Hudson (standing behind him, also about to be marooned): <pointed cough>Sly: Oh, right. You're just going to leave me here with these people?
- Jerkass to One: Inverted; despite being a self-aggrandizing blowhard to everyone else, Sly Baron does truly care about his little brother Hudson deep down, and missed seeing him for so many years.
Billionaire Sly Baron's younger brother Hudson is actually the brains behind the project, having spent years alone in space to realize the moon cruise idea safely. Unfortunately, he gets caught up in the mystery as well.
- Geeky Turn-On: Ridley understanding his terminology is what makes Hudson start to fall for her.
- Meaningful Name: His first name is a Shout-Out to a character from Aliens, and like that Hudson, he ends up in danger of both alien and human varieties (though he survives).
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: As expected for a scientist character, Hudson uses a lot of big words.
An alien resistance fighter who has never actually seen an alien, Ridley is a conspiracy theorist and a major factor in Shannon's original plan to stage a non-fatal alien attack. Though she doesn't achieve her goal of finding alien life, she does find an additional interest by falling in love with Sly's brother Hudson, who appreciates a woman who can understand and speak "nerd".
- Boyish Short Hair: Ridley wears her hair close-cut, military style, and spends all her time preparing for an (she believes) inevitable clash with hostile alien life.
- Conspiracy Theorist: Ridley believes firmly that extraterrestrial life exists, making her a possible suspect for the alien's identity. When Shannon gets caught, she says that Ridley would have been useful for her old plan of scaring people out of space with an alien attack on the ship; Ridley would have made sure everyone knew.
- Meaningful Name: Her name references both the creator and the main character of Alien.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Like Hudson, she knows a lot of long words. This commonality makes him start to fall for her, and in the end, she flirts with him using the same complicated style.
A vicious moon-dwelling beast, the alien spends much of the film after the cruise goes wrong hunting the cast. It sports a variety of nasty traits...and the very sharp mind of Shannon Lucas behind it.
- Lunarian: The alien is (supposedly) a native of the moon.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: The Alien has a sonic screech attack.
- Race-Name Basis: The entire cast calls it "the alien", given that doesn't have a name.
- Xenomorph Xerox: It looks almost exactly like the alien from the horror film franchise of the same name. Thankfully, given that it's in a kids' movie, it's not as successful at killing anyone.
Scooby-Doo! and KISS: Rock and Roll Mystery
The effects designer for KISS
- Nice Girl: She's generally patient and encouraging
- The Reliable One: She's very reliable and helpful to both the band and the gang throughout the investigation.
- Shout-Out: Her names come from two of the band's songs.
The Bands manager
- Ink-Suit Actor: Is a slightly renamed and largely similar-looking guy to KISS's real manager, who provides his voice.
Scooby-Doo! and the WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon
- Big Bad: The main villain of the movie is the demon racer Inferno, aka Triple H with help with his wife.
- Cast as a Mask: Inferno is voiced by Steve Blum, while his real identities, Triple H and Stephanie McMahon, are voiced by themselves. Casting a third actor helps preserve the twist that Inferno is a Collective Identity.
- Facial Horror: His face looks partially melted, with a piece of skin crossing part of his mouth.
- Gentle Giant: Inverted. He's heavily muscled and about as tall as the Undertaker (which makes him near seven feet), but he is a vicious competitor and a poor loser.
- Large Ham: He speaks in self-promoting smack talk and has a booming voice. Given that his real identity is a professional wrestler (and his pro wrestler wife), it makes sense.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Inferno, a name that means a terrible blaze and was also used by Dante when he wrote about a trip through Hell. Sounds nice, doesn't it?
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: He has red eyes and is a fearsomely aggressive opponent.
- Scarf of Asskicking: Inferno wears a white scarf and is shown to be quite ruthless when racing.
- Scary Scorpions: Inferno's car is modeled after a scorpion, complete with "stinger" tail.
- Sore Loser: When the other racers gang up on him and thus actually make themselves a problem, he's infuriated, and even after the Mystery Machine crosses the finish line first, making any further attempt to mess with anyone immaterial, he yells at the drivers that he won't stop.
- Third-Person Person: Inferno refers to himself as "Inferno".
- Would Harm a Senior: He's willing to attack veteran wrestler Dusty Rhodes and leave him injured to the point that he's out of the race, which rouses the Undertaker's ire.
- Cold Ham: Undertaker's dialogue has him state many of the lines he uses in his promos with the same gravitas he adds onto them when he's in the ring.
- The Comically Serious: The Undertaker, in spades. Nearly every single line he spouts is spoken in the same gravitas he puts in his promos and until the climax, it's often Played for Laughs.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character: The Undertaker is the main wrestler focus in this movie in contrast to his brother, Sin Cara and John Cena in the last one.
- Kane only appears at the beginning and end of Wrestlemania Mystery and has no connection to the Ghost Bear, only fighting with Shaggy and Scooby so he can get a chance to obtain the WWE Championship, and teams up with the other wrestlers to fight the Ghost Bear after he nearly enacts the monster's plans. He only shows respect to Shaggy and Scooby after the match is over. He also only talks twice in the film (to tell Shaggy and Scooby that he's going to wrestle them for that Championship and then a "Well done" at the end). The Undertaker, however, is much more talkative and friendlier to Mystery Inc, and his goal as to why he wants to win the prize money shows that he's not as selfish or focused on a championship or a victory compared to Kane.
- In contrast to Sin Cara, whose motivations against the Ghost Bear was due to his ancestor being the one to fight it in the past, Undertaker has no long-term beef with the Speed Demon; he only wants to avenge Dusty Rhodes, who Inferno injured during the first race.
- And last to John Cena as Undertaker is the wrestler that Mystery Inc. interacts with the most. John Cena doesn't have as much as a focus with the main plot as he is just there to rescue the gang when the Ghost Bear attacks them in the caverns while Undertaker is truly working with them from the beginning.
- Dark Is Not Evil: The Undertaker is a Wrestling Monster, the half-brother to the Devil's Favorite Demon Kane, the Phenom who is essentially one of the deadliest wrestlers in all of WWE History, and the first wrestler on this site to have his own Nightmare Fuel page...and he's shown to be more down-to-earth than Kane, giving respect to Shaggy and Scooby for their defeat against the Ghost Bear and even teams up with Mystery Inc. to fight off Inferno. He also likes puppets.
- Determinator: The Undertaker gets two cars shot out from under him during the course of the three-day race and finds himself in potentially deadly situations as often. He stays in the race as long as he has a vehicle.
- Friendly Address Privileges: When the Undertaker addresses them by their ring names (Skinny Man and Dead Meat), Shaggy says that he can call them Shaggy and Scooby, or anything he likes, as long as he doesn't call them to their graves. The Undertaker reassures them that he's only after Inferno and tells Shaggy and Scooby that they can call him "Taker". They do for the rest of the film.
- Friend to All Children: The reason why Undertaker is participating in the first place is that he wants to use half of the money to create something for his fans (many of them kids).
- Real Men Wear Pink: Undertaker expresses his plans for the prize money to make something that he calls "Undertaker's Puppet Jubilee". Shaggy and Scooby have no idea what to say.Undertaker: I like puppets.
- Apologetic Attacker: The flashback of Triple H fighting Inferno in the second part of the race reveals Stephanie, in disguise, apologizing to her husband before Triple H states just to make it look good.
- Commonality Connection: Stephanie and Daphne bond over their fondness for clothes, manicures, and the like. Later, Daphne points out that she knows what it's like to have a wealthy, demanding father. Stephanie snidely comments that Daphne's father is a lot poorer than Vince McMahon before apologizing.
- Easily Forgiven: Played with; Vince does not let Stephanie off the hook for causing trouble for the MOTO X just because she's his daughter and has her arrested. That said, he then tells Velma that their lawyers will figure things out in 24 hours, so she and her husband are still likely to get off easy considering what they did.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Triple H and Stephanie aren't portrayed as evil exactly, but they are the culprits of the story, causing massive damage to the racecars and even almost killing Team Taker. However, they are very devoted to each other; Triple H calls Stephanie his "precious cargo" when he's pretending to explain how he got airbag powder on his outfit and follows her into the plan. Stephanie takes the time to apologize to her husband before having to beat the stuffing out of him as Inferno.
- Face–Heel Turn: Triple H was an ally during Wrestlemania but is one of the culprits here.
- False Friend: Stephanie and Daphne become friendly during the race, only for Stephanie to say something nasty to the young sleuth when she tries to comfort her after the other racers accuse her of benefiting from the monster running loose. While Stephanie apologizes afterwards, Velma isn't reassured and tells Daphne so. Stephanie ultimately turns out to be behind the monster, and when her father turns to her for an explanation, she snaps that he should have fired Mystery Inc. from the case as she said.
- Catchphrase: "Ole!"
- Dashing Hispanic: One of them kisses Velma's hand while talking about how they entered the race for the glory of the matadors. Unfortunately for both of them, Velma still has sulfur on her hand from investigating the spot where Inferno vanished.
- Mellow Fellow: Diego, Fernando, and El Torito are some of the most easygoing of all the racers. They don't show irritation with setbacks and slip into Pass the Popcorn mode when an all-out brawl breaks out in the cafeteria, squashing the burritos and almost getting one of the wrestlers thrown into Diego and Fernando.
- Nice Guy: None of them ever become hostile towards anyone except Inferno. El Torito in particular makes friends with Shaggy and Scooby and spends time goofing off with them in between races.
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: El Torito is half the size of the normal wrestlers, but gets in several good, rapid-fire punches to Inferno's face during the climax, temporarily staggering the villain.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: While the team usually speaks in one- or two-syllable words, the unfortunate member who kissed Velma's sulfur-covered hand inquires what the terrible scent is in long, poetic words.
- The Speechless: Downplayed; the team usually sticks to one or two words at a time (often "Ole!") but during a couple of scenes, Diego and Fernando speak actual sentences. El Torito, on the other hand, is almost silent throughout, only speaking in occasional single-word exclamations.
- Cloud Cuckoolander: Stardust enters doing an airplane impression around Shaggy and Scooby. Shaggy, after spending a few minutes around him and his brother, tells Scooby that they should split; they're already involved in a mystery and they don't need two more.
- Fiery Redhead: Sheamus is redhaired. He is very passionate and has low tolerance for setbacks.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: Sheamus carries a broadsword on him for some odd reason, which he uses on Inferno in the final part. The Celtic Cruiser is also modeled after a sword.
- Inexplicably Awesome: Somehow they manage to pull a disappearing and reappearing act in the Celtic Cruiser while Sheamus is driving. He never figures out how they did it.
- New-Age Retro Hippie: The two of them stand on the Celtic Cruiser as it comes in from the trial race, insisting they have to bathe their auras in the sunset. Sheamus isn't too happy.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Subverted; Stardust is the only person besides Inferno to have red eyes. Shaggy finds him and his brother intimidating. However, he's more kooky than threatening.
- Cool Train: Lana and Rusev's car, The Moscow Express, is modeled after a train.
- Enemy Mine: While almost all the racers team up to tag-team Inferno in the climax, Rusev and Lana joining the battle is especially notable because Lana earlier tried to sabotage one of the other teams so Russia could emerge victorious. She and Rusev cooperate completely with the others to attack the villain, though.
- Graceful Loser: Lana and Rusev give Shaggy and Scooby a bouquet and a hug (respectively) when they and the Undertaker win the race. When Shaggy questions if they want to crush them, Lana says that they only hold that attitude during the competition because it's key to be a good loser.
- Gratuitous Foreign Language: Lana exclaims "Da!"note when they agree to join the others against Inferno, and Rusev launches into a Foreign-Language Tirade before ramming the rig.
- Undying Loyalty: Even after getting transferred to another car, Lana is willing to sacrifice her own chances so Rusev will win, because it's important that her home country comes out on top.
- Gentle Giant: He's almost as tall as the Undertaker but is a harmless, friendly guy.
- Grease Monkey: He is a skilled mechanic who is responsible for the creation and upkeep of all the awesome cars in the race. He, his team, and Fred build Shaggy and Scooby's food truck and the Mystery Machine itself into two impressive racing cars after Inferno keeps destroying Undertaker's vehicles.
- Nice Guy: He readily lets Fred (who offers to help after developing an interest in the racing vehicles) into the workshop and respectfully listens to his ideas even though he's a newcomer. He also lets Fred lean on his shoulder after he's exhausted from a sleepless night working on the Scoobanator. Fred explicitly rejects Velma's hypothesis that he could be involved with Inferno because he's too nice.
- The Pig-Pen: While his scent isn't referenced, Big Earl tells Velma that he doesn't wash his work clothes more than once a year when she spots an unusual powder on his shoulder.
- Red Herring: He comments about the expensiveness of sending his kids to college and is mechanically skilled enough that Velma questions if he could be involved with Inferno. He isn't.
Scooby-Doo! Shaggy's Showdown
A distant relative of Shaggy's (specifically his third cousin-twice-removed) who owns the Crazy Q Ranch in Sorghum City.
Dapper Jack Rogers
An ancestor of Shaggy and Tawny, a notorious outlaw who terrorized Sorghum City years ago.
- Generation Xerox: He looked almost exactly like Shaggy, except he had a full beard instead of a goatee.
- Nice Guy: He was the nicest, kindest person in Sorghum City, but was framed and murdered by the jealous Sheriff Carmichael.
A land developer who tried to buy out Sorghum City by exploiting the legend of Dapper Jack Rogers being a notorious outlaw.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: Another Scooby-Doo villain who pretends to be a monster to facilitate his unethical profit-making scheme.
- Fat Bastard: He's obese and not a pleasant person.
The Sherriff of Sorghum City and the man responsible for stopping the outlaw Dapper Jack.
- Green-Eyed Monster: As his diary would reveal he was jealous of the love and adulation the town was giving Dapper Jack so he decided to turn Dapper Jack into an outlaw and become beloved by the town.
- The Sociopath: Showed absolutely no remorse for tarnishing a man’s reputation, gunning him down in cold blood and committing all manner of crimes in Dapper Jack’s name.
- "Scooby-Doo" Hoax: Successfully disguised himself as Dapper Jack and committed various crimes in his name to tarnish his reputation and get the glory of killing the “infamous” outlaw.
Kyle, Larry, Zeke, and Cook
- Voiced by: Carlos Alazraqui (Zeke and Larry), Eric Ladin (Kyle), and Gary Anthony Williams (Cook)
- Almighty Janitor: The cook keeps doing different, difficult, jobs (driving the stagecoach tours, planning events, being a DJ, etc.) as a Running Gag.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: Kyle is a head or two taller than Larry, who he often works with.
- Lean and Mean: Kyle is quite thin and enjoys hazing Fred. He is also the one wearing the Daper Jack costume and trying to kill the gang.
- No Name Given: The cook is unnamed.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: Despite how poor Zeke's eyesight is (he puts a saddle on a human who is bending over) he likes to make quips implying he is too foolish to recognize obvious things that he can figure out (like Shaggy being a person and not a talking tree).
- Those Two Guys: Kyle and Larry often appear together and provide comic relief, especially when they are around Fred, although they have a few scenes apart from each other and have different loyalties.
Midge, Andy, Buddy G, and Desdemona Gunderson
- Voiced by: Kari Wahlgren (Midge), Steven Toblowsky (Andy) Max Charles (Buddy G), Jessica Di Cocco (Desdemona)
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Andy and Midge talk openly about the jealousy between their kids while doing a poor job of lowering their voices and are overly chipper at awkward times.
- Defrosting the Ice Queen: Desdemona hates the ranch and is embarrassed by her family, but eventually enjoys watching Scooby do tricks and later compliments her brother.
- Do Not Call Me "Paul": Desdemona's real name is Debbie, but she wants to sound like an edgy Goth and hates her real name.
- Hollywood Genetics: The parents are both blond while Buddy has brown hair and his sister is a redhead (although Desdemona and/or her parents may dye their hair).
- Phoneaholic Teenager: Buddy spends a lot of time checking his social media following with his phone, while Desdemona's favorite activity is filming things on her iPad.
David and Dave
- Hypocrite: While not malicious guys, they talk about wanting to do something different than the usual horror and sci-fi works of modern Hollywood by making a movie about a real-life outlaw, then immediately discuss how they are making the guy into a time-traveling zombie cyborg for their movie idea.
- Those Two Guys: They are a comical Salt and Pepper pair with different versions of the same name and usually appear together.
Carol and Sharon
- Fat and Skinny: There is a noticeable weight disparity between them.
- Hidden Depths: Their immature preoccupation with pranks makes it surprising to learn they are a pair of skilled backup dancers for a pop star.
- The Prankster: They spend all of their time pranking each other in extremely tired and juvenile ways (like a "kick me" sign) and then bragging about how they got each other.
Happy Halloween, Scooby-Doo!
An enemy of Batman who is an intelligent scientist.
- Ambiguous Situation: Because Scooby-Doo crossed over with Batman in the past and because of how Scooby-Doo is loose with its canon, it's never stated if he's from Brave and the Bold or another take of the character.
- Composite Character: He takes elements from the various incarnations of Scarecrow, such as the '90s animated. But also elements from Jack from "The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy" as Maxell Atoms wrote the special. Mainly how he uses a scythe and has a parade of mutated pumpkins attacking the city (though they are revealed to be drones).
- Multilayer Façade: Crane wears a jack o' lantern over his Scarecrow mask.
- Stingy Jack: As a homage to Jack from Billy and Mandy's Jacked Up Halloween, Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow sports a scythe, an army of mutated pumpkins and wears a pumpkin head when he first encounters the Mystery Gang.
Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!
The costume designer who created monster costumes that Mystery Inc. faced in their careers.
- Heel–Face Turn: She goes from evil fashion designer to friend for the Mystery Inc. gang. She gives them costumes to wear while rounding up the escaped convicts and she forces the criminals to hand over the candy they stole. She also seems to reciprocate Velma’s affections before she goes back to prison.
- Ms. Fanservice: Not only does she wear very figure-hugging clothes, but she has a tendency to strike some very sexy poses.