The last surviving human after the Human-Enterran war. When she was 6 years old, she was put into suspended animation by her father. His plan was to let her sleep for 50 years, after which she would awaken and start her travel to Shinzo, accompanied by friendly Enterran guardians. At Shinzo, she would find the means to restore the world. However, the machine that kept her asleep malfunctioned, causing her to sleep for 500 years instead, resulting in her waking up in a world without humans. She still plans to travel to Shinzo.
Her most notable trait is that she really detests violence and never wants to employ it, even when it proves to be necessary.
- Actual Pacifist: Even if someone clearly makes multiple attempts to end her life, she still doesn't want to employ violence against that person.
- All-Loving Heroine: She detests violence and spares the lives of even the most despicable of people.
- Barrier Maiden: Becomes one in the second timeline, spending her powers to keep Lanancuras imprisoned.
- Beware the Nice Ones: When pushed too far by the original Mushrambo, her latent celestial powers awaken, followed by her proclaiming she cannot forgive him. Coming from her, that's saying much.
- The Chick: Is the one who keeps the team together.
- Good Is Dumb: Always spares the lives of Obviously Evil characters, even when they ooze untrustworthiness. She does grow out of it during the battle against the original Mushrambo though.
- Human Popsicle: Spent 500 years in suspended animation.
- Incorruptible Pure Pureness: This girl is never tempted to use violence. In fact, even when it's necessary to employ violence, she still speaks out against it.
- Last of Her Kind: In the main timeline, she is the last human alive.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: Is one of two beings in the second timeline to remember the events of the first, the other being Hakuba.
- Spared by the Adaptation: She dies at the end of the anime. She survives in the manga and goes on to have a daughter with Mushra.
- This Is Unforgivable!: Says this to the original Mushrambo after he kicked too many dogs (or little Enterran kittens in this case). Seeing as she is an actual pacifist, someone who hears this phrase from her has crossed the Moral Event Horizon several times by that time.Yakumo: I have tried not to be a vengeful person, but I cannot forgive you!
- Womanchild: A rare female example, but justified as she was placed in suspended animation when she was only five. So she is still for a large part emotionally and mentally a little girl who slept through her childhood.
A teenaged humanoid Enterran who travels with Yakumo, protecting her from Enterrans that what to harm her. He met Yakumo when he was chained near a waterfall after being framed. Yakumo spend the entire afternoon and evening to break him loose, after which Mushra felt indebted to her.
Contrary to Yakumo, Mushra likes to fight, which sometimes puts him into conflict with Yakumo in the early episodes.
- Golden Super Mode: Two examples:
- A subtle example is his Mid-Season Upgrade, which enhances the armor on his Hyper Mode with golden lines and gives him red and gold wings.
- His Celestial form in the finale plays this trope straighter, as it has golden armor and golden wings.
- The Hero: Fills pretty much this role. He is the main fighter of the group, wears red in his Super Mode and always saves Yakumo.
- Heroes Prefer Swords: Averted, as his weapon of choice is an expandable Simple Staff that's able to turn into a Blade on a Stick when he needs to get lethal.
- Hot-Blooded: Tends to storm into situations without thinking.
- Law of Chromatic Superiority: Subverted. While his Super Mode is red, he isn't explicitly stronger than Sago and Kutal. He does get more kills, but that's more because he is The Hero than because of his powers. Also, his most powerful form isn't red, but yellow and gold.
- Monkey King Lite: Since the series is clearly inspired by Journey to the West, Mushra is obviously based on Sun Wukong. He loves to fight, wields a staff, and wears a golden headband. In addition, he and two other companions have to protect Yakumo much like Sun Wukong and his companions had to protect Xuanzang along his journey.
- Playing with Fire: Is able to do so in Hyper Form. This is more pronounced after his Mid-Season Upgrade, where his finisher turns him into a flaming phoenix which crashes into his enemies.
- Super Mode: which looks like a red phoenix themed armored warrior.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He has lavender hair.
Another humanoid looking Enterran. He is an old friend of Mushra who, as implied in the first episode, seems to be a rather shady guy. But he selflessly joins Mushra and Yakumo in their quest to reach Shinzo, without any apparent motive.
- Golden Super Mode: After his Mid-Season Upgrade, his Hyper Mode has some gold on it, most notably on his gauntlets and chest.
- Cool Helmet: He wears he a roman looking helmet with three blue jewels on its forehead in his normal form.
- The Lancer: Is a bit more cautious than Mushra, but still has his back when needed.
- Making a Splash: His Hyper Mode has the power to generate high pressured streams of water. After his Mid-Season Upgrade, he is even able to create dragons made of water.
- Mystical White Hair: His Super Mode has this. His normal hair color is blond, as seen when his helmet was almost removed by a magnet. Strangely enough, other incidents in which he almost loses his helm reveal his hair is blue.
- Super Mode: which looks a bit like a water devil. He even gains demonic wings after a power upgrade.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Most of the time, his hair in his base form is this color.
A large fat catlike Enterran. At first, he travels along with the group in hopes of getting to eat Yakumo, but quickly loses this motivation and wants to help her reach Shinzo.
- Acrofatic: He is as wide as Mushra and Sago together, but is still rather agile.
- The Big Guy: Quite literally. He towers over the rest of the group and is also at least twice as wide as a normal human. He also fights with a mace in his normal form.
- Cassandra Truth: In the second timeline, he tries to convince Binka he is actually the Kutal she is looking for, but due to his appearance and overall silliness, she doesn't believe him and avoids him, while continuing her search for the "legendary Kutal"
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He looks rather stupid and seems to be obsessed with food most of the time. But when push comes to shove, he proves to be a capable warrior. When he really needs to kick ass, he transforms from a fat humanoid cat to an armored humanoid lion.
- Dishing Out Dirt: Is able to split the ground in his Hyper Mode.
- Expecting Someone Taller: Is on the receiving end of this in the second timeline when Binka was searching for him. This even went to the point of her refusing to believe he is actually Kutal.
- Panthera Awesome: His Hyper Mode evokes this trope, by being based on a lion.
- Super Mode: A humanoid armored lion.
Yakumo's mode of transportation. Hakuba is a sentient hovercraft robot looking a bit like a combination between a turtle and a horse.
- Involuntary Shapeshifting: Putting certain EnCards into his control panel causes him to change chape, taking on several attributes of the Enterran on the card. What makes this Involuntary, is that these transformations can only be initiated by whoever controls him.
- Robo Speak: Speaks in a very monotonous metallic sounding voice. What makes this a bit strange, is that the group later arrives at a city full of robots, all of which sound perfectly human.
- Robot Buddy: Is this to Yakumo. Contrary to the frequent depiction of this trope, Hakuba is not a small robot, but rather a sentient car-sized transport vehicle.
A fusion between Mushra, Sago and Kutal, looking like a purple haired samurai in his early twenties.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Reptile king Ryuma tried to do this to him. Unfortunately for him, only the "Crazy" part sticked, causing Mushrambo to destroy everything in sight.
- Everything's Better with Samurai: Really evokes this trope, as he wears his hair in a typical samurai pony tail and wears samurai like armor. His fighting style is also based around using a sword.
- Fusion Dance: Subverted. The original Mushrambo was a completely different character unrelated to Mushra, Sago and Kutal. After the demise of the original, his essence was split into three and fell into the hands of Mushra, Sago and Kutal. When they fuse, they actually recombine the split essences of the original, allowing them to take on his form and powers.
- Golden Super Mode: More like Golden Mid-Season Upgrade. After Mushra, Sago and Kutal receive their Mid-Season Upgrade, their Mushrambo fusion now wears golden plate armor and has gold hair.
- Good Counterpart: The original is a sadistic Enterran general responsible for the demise of the human race. This one is merely an avatar summoned by combining his previously split essences. Because the souls of the fusees are pure, this Mushrambo is a good guy.
- Superpowered Evil Side: Temporarily gains one when brainwashed by Ryuma. This is obvious as he has trouble defeating Ryuma's underling Gyasa while in his normal state, but easily kills the king of Reptiles Ryuma, who is even fused with his giant pet dragon, when in his evil state. His evil form is even able to send out large city destroying shockwaves, which neither of his other incarnations is seen doing.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has a full head of purple hair.
A young girl introduced in the second timeline. Binka is send out by Yakumo to reunite Mushra, Sago and Kutal and bring them to Yakumo.
- Bare Your Midriff: Wears a very short purple top.
- Blood Knight: Binka loves a good fight, encourages the three heroes to do so and even joins in the fray herself with a bazooka.
- Establishing Character Moment: She "saves" Mushra from being chained above a waterfall by blasting the rock he's chained to with a bazooka, showing a contrast with Yakumo, who spends an entire afternoon bashing against the chains with a small rock, hurting her own hands.
- Faux Action Girl: Justified in this case, as she is a preteen wielding regular firearms against superpowered creatures.
- Foil: More or less takes the place of Yakumo in the first portion of the second timeline, but couldn't be more different in terms of personality. While Yakumo is an Actual Pacifist, Binka is a Blood Knight.
King of the insect Enterrans. Daku looks like a large blue knight wearing rhinoceros beetle themed armor.
- Anti-Climax Boss: Is set up to be the great king of insect Enterrans, but goes down just as easy as an average Villain of the Week. This is especially jarring when he is compared to Gyasa and Caris, who were mere underlings of other Enterran generals, but required the heroes to merge into Mushrambo and receive their Mid Season Upgrades respectively.
- Bad Boss: Kills several of his underlings just to prove his powers to Mushra, Sago and Kutal. He also kills his most trusted lieutenant Gitai to absorb his powers.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: Is able to shoot powerful lasers from the horn on his helmet.
- Golden Super Mode: His Hyper Mode simply turns his armor gold and more ornate.
- Invisibility: Gains this power after absorbing Gitai's EnCard
- Tin Tyrant: He appears like a large tyrant wearing plate armor.
King of the reptile Enterrans, who doesn't look anything like a reptile, as he looks like a young human male. Compared to the more straight forward Daku, who simply wanted to kill Yakumo and her friends, Ryuma generally favors clever planning and humiliation, manifesting itself in attempting to brainwash Mushrambo, while wanting to marry Yakumo.
- And Now You Must Marry Me: He wants to force Yakumo to marry him to prove his superiority over her.
- Animal Eyes: True to his reptilian nature, his eyes look very snakelike. With him looking like an attractive young human male, the effect is very off-putting. Especially when he stares right towards the audience.
- Bishōnen: He looks very frail and androgynous, almost childlike.
- Draconic Humanoid: After absorbing the EnCard of his pet dragon Grandora, he becomes this.
- Humiliation Conga: Tries to put Yakumo through one by brainwashing the fused form of her three friends/guardians into his servant and by forcing her to marry him, even telling her she can't do anything about it, because she is too weak to do so. Ultimately ends at the receiving end of one. His brainwashing of Mushrambo fails, causing the warrior to go berserk. His pet dragon Grandora is defeated at the hands of Mushrambo and Ryuma himself is killed by Mushrambo soonafter.
- Super Mode: Is able to change into a purple haired and golden armored form, thus also overlapping with Golden Super Mode. However, this form only appears for a few seconds before absorbing the EnCard of his pet dragon Grandora, turning into a blue humanoid dragon.
Queen of the bird Enterrans. Despite looking like a blonde haired angel, she is anything but. She backstabs the other generals by sending assassins after them, so she can get their card power for herself.
Her own power is the manipulation of time and space, allowing to create holes in the fabric of time to send and retrieve other people from.
- Evil Is Not a Toy: Retrieves the original evil Mushrambo from the past, hoping he would become her servant. Instead, she got killed and absorbed by Mushrambo.
- Evil Is Petty: She immediately destroyed Mechano City after the heroes defeated Lord Caris.
- Light Is Not Good: Looks like a blond female angel, but is the worst of the generals the heroes face, apart from the original Mushrambo. Averted by her Super Mode, which looks more villainous with purple hair and green wings and clothes.
- Nepharious Pharaoh: She rules over the Bird Enterrans from a pyramid.
- One-Winged Angel: After absorbing the EnCards of all the other generals, sans Mushrambo, she turns into a monstrous creature that can be best described as a worm dragon thing with her upper body attached to it.
- Time Master: Can send and retrieve people from the past.
- Super Mode: An armored version with a different color scheme.
- Winged Humanoid: Her first and second form are this.
The strongest of the seven Enterran Generals, though he doesn't seem to have a species to rule over. While the fusion between Mushra, Sago and Kutal is the biggest hope for humanity, this Mushrambo is one of the main causes for humanity's extinction. He also proves to be a very sadistic bastard who relishes in chasing the last remaining humans.
- All Your Powers Combined: He absorbs the EnCards of all the previous Generals by killing Rusephine, who did the same thing before him.
- Big Bad: In the first timeline due to being the leader of the Generals and responsible for exterminating mankind.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: What he is ultimately revealed to be; Lanancuras' influence caused him to lead a crusade against humanity.
- Card-Carrying Villain: He preferred to go by the title "Dark King".
- Everything's Better with Samurai: Seeing as he looks exactly like his heroic counterpart, this is a given, though in his case, this trope should be called Everything Is Worse With Samurai.
- Evil Counterpart: Inverted in relation to the fused version of him, as this Mushrambo is the original.
- One-Winged Angel: Turns into a green haired devil after absorbing all the EnCards of the other generals.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: A posthumous example. His first death at the hands of a young Yakumo caused his essence to split into three. These three parts fell into the hands of a younger Mushra, Sago and Kutal, enabling them to transform into Hyper Enterrans and, in the time of need, fuse into an avatar of him, allowing them to use his power, which ultimately is the cause of his second death.
Beast King Diehanger, Sea King Franken/Sea Queen Kraken and Phantom King KimylasThe other three Enterran generals. They were never seen in the show as they were killed by Rusephine.
A bounty hunter based on a praying mantis. He is the first antagonist the heroes face.
- One-Winged Angel: Twice. At first, he absorbs the EnCards of his partners, two other praying mantis bounty hunters, to achieve a sleeker metallic looking form. The second time, he absorbs the card of Queen Bee-ing, buffing him up while making the queen's face appear on his belly.
- Slaying Mantis: looks like a humanoid praying mantis.
An Enterran based on a queen bee. She commands hundreds of bee soldiers and is extremely vain. In fact, she thinks eating beautiful beings would make her more beautiful, thus driving her to attempt to eat Yakumo.
- Adipose Rex: Has a very large body, to put it mildly.
- Death from Above: Gets killed when Mushra trucks her into firing at an upright train wagon, causing it to fall on her.
- One-Winged Angel: Can turn herself to an even fatter form that is able to shoot stingers out of her body.
Big Blue and his brotherTwo spider based Enterrans who, along with their army of spider minions, took residence in a small desert town, intimidating the residents into obeying them.
- Giant Spider: They themselves are humanoid spiders, but when Big Blue was killed and absorbed by his brother, the resulting merger is this.
- Killed Off for Real: Their cards were slashed by Mushra, which removes all hope of revival for them.
- No Name Given: Big Blue's brother is never given a proper name.
- One-Winged Angel: The brother changes into a giant spider after absorbing Big Blue.
- Ungrateful Bastard: After clearly being outmatched by Mushra, Sago and Kutal's Hyper forms, Yakumo decides to spare their lives. But Big Blue's brother still attempts to kill Yakumo by absorbing Big Blue and attacking the heroes.
TomboA very large Enterran based on the larva of a firefly. He lives under the lake near a community of firefly based Enterrans.
- Bishounen Line: His Hyper Mode is roughly human sized and shaped, while his first form is a giant monstrous insect.
- Doppelgänger Attack: Is able to do this in his Hyper Form.
- One-Winged Angel: After Mushra destroys his larva like form, his true form, an armored humanoid firefly flies out of the remains.
- Shed Armor, Gain Speed: Pretty much the nature of his transformation; he sheds his large larva like body to turn into a smaller more mobile humanoid form.
KataiKing Daku's lieutenant, who is able to change his shape into whatever he likes.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: His main power. He used it to fool Yakumo into entering King Daku's castle, by pretending to be Kiri, another human survivor.
WaruKing of the lizard Enterrans. He is able to turn his right hand into a sword and walk through solid walls, making him a very difficult opponent.
- The Cameo: Is seen in the second timeline during a flashback where Mushra recalls being the champion of a tournament.
- Intangible Man: Is able to walk and fall through solid surfaces
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: Downplayed, as he is only able to turn his right hand into a sword.
- You Have Failed Me: is on the receiving end of this after Mushra breaks his sword arm. Gyasa tells him that he is nothing without his sword and kills him.
The King of the snake Enterrans. He appears as a pale skinned gorgon wearing a blue skintight suit. Gyasa is the first villain whose fight lasts for more than one episode and also the first one to kill some of the main characters. This also makes him the first one to die at the hands of their fusion; Mushrambo.
- Contortionist: One of his skills, due to being a snake based Enterran. Gyasa is able to avoid attacks by taking on the most uncomfortable of poses.
- Hero Killer: Is the first character to kill at least one of the heroic characters in this show.
- Knight of Cerebus: Seeing as he is the first villain who manages to kill Sago and Kutal, while still giving Mushrambo a good fight, he pretty much earns this title. The villains after him are much worse.
- Medusa: His inspiration, as he also has snakes as hair, while being able to turn other beings to stone.
- No-Sell: Is both at the giving and the receiving end of it. During the initial fight against the hyper forms of Mushra, Sago and Kutal, he survives attacks that previously finished off other antagonists. After Mushrambo appears, Gyasa finds out none of his attacks are effective against the purple haired samurai.
- Oh, Crap!: His reaction after seeing Mushra fuse with his friends into Mushrambo.
- One-Winged Angel: Merges with more than thousand snake Enterrans to turn into a scaly and demonic looking form.
- Scaled Up: While he already was very reptilian, his transformed state is covered in green scales, taking this trope literally.
- Taken for Granite: Is able to turn other beings into stone using his snake hair.
- Transformation Is a Free Action: Compared to other Enterrans, who take one second to simply change shape or absorb a card, Gyasa's transformation takes a very long time to complete. And yet, Mushrambo simply waits it out.
HuntariA reptilian bounty hunter trying to kill Mushra in order to capture Yakumo. He ultimately uses genetically mutated plants against the heroes and merges with theses plants to form a large plant monster.
- Interim Villain: Appears between Knight of Cerebus Gyasa and Gyasa's superior Ryuma. He isn't a credible threat at all and easily defeated.
- Man-Eating Plant: Becomes one after being absorbed by the genetically mutated plants.
GrandoraReptile king Ryuma's three-headed pet dragon. He is used in a plan to force the three heroes to turn into Mushrambo, so Ryuma can use a black card to brainwash him into his loyal puppet.
- An Ice Person: More like An Ice Dragon. One of his heads is able to freeze its victims, while another head is able to spit large blocks of hail.
- Expy: To King Gidorah from the Japanese Godzilla franchise.
A noble of the Bird Enterrans. Caris was assigned to rule over Mechano City, the last refuge for robots and planned to use the advanced technology of the robots to enhance his own power.
- An Arm and a Leg: Loses one of his wings during his first battle with Mushra. After taking the Egg Card, it regrows.
- Body Horror: His form after absorbing the Egg Card is pretty much this, as it resembles a mess of fleshy tendrils, covered in toothy mouths. Justified, as the Egg Card contained the data of many Enterrans, resulting in a bit of Shapeshifter Mashup.
- The Cameo: Is seen in the second timeline during a flashback where Mushra recalls being the champion of a tournament.
- Combat Tentacles: His main power after absorbing the Egg Card.
- The Dragon: He was the chief lieutenant of Queen Rusephine, sent to manage her kingdom's relations with Mechano City.
- Hero Killer: The first character to kill Mushra.
- Lovecraftian Super Power: After absorbing the Egg Card, he gains the power to manipulate his own flesh, generating tendrils at will.
- One-Winged Angel: Twice:
- After absorbing an Egg Card, he turns into an ugly mass of fleshy tendrils and toothy mouths. It is implied this was only a temporary effect, as his body had to get used to his new powers, since he fights in his normal, but highly strengthened Hyper Mode soon after.
- Later on, he transforms into what he calls an Ultra Hyper Mode, which looks like a monstrous gigantic version of his normal Hyper Mode. This fits this trope a bit more.
- Super Mode: A monstrous humanoid crow.
- Winged Humanoid: A given, since he is a Bird type Enterran.
- Would Hurt a Child: He starts to disassemble a robot child as a threat to the heroes.
A male Kadrian commander made of liquid metal. He caused the heroes to transform into Mushrambo in the second timeline.
- Blob Monster: Is made of liquid metal. He can also change his mass to ridiculous extents, as he is able to disguise himself as an amusement park and engulf a large part of a forest.
- Enemy Summoner: Can create living beings from liquid metal, such as the Metallasaurus, which is a massive dinosaur like being.
- One-Winged Angel: Merges with his Metallasaurus to form a monstrous being.
- Spontaneous Weapon Creation: Combines this trope with Shapeshifter Weapon, as he creates weapons from his own bodymass. He is seen generating a sword out of nowhere and draws throwing knives from his mouth.
A female Kadrian commander wielding magical powers.
- The Unfought: She is never directly fought or even encountered by the main heroes. Instead, she gets unceremoniously killed off in a large explosion caused by Yakumo's celestial powers.
A centipede/lobster like minion. He is the first Kadrian to be sent out against Mushra, but is quickly defeated once Mushra gains his Hyper mode in the second timeline.
- One-Winged Angel: Twice. His initial form looks like a small Pokémon like creature. After his first transformation, he looks like a huge humanoid lobster. When Mushra defeats him in this form, he responds by shedding his shell to transform into an ugly Xenomorph-like creature
Shiro and KuroTwo small bear Kadrians. They tried to get on Binka's good side in hopes of getting close to kill her, preventing the heroes from reuniting with Yakumo.
- Fusion Dance: Able to fuse into a cute panda, followed by a more menacing Red Panda like form.
- One-Winged Angel: Able to turn into menacing polar and grizzly bear forms.
A pixie-like Kadrian in service of Lunaria. Had the upper hand on the heroes, because of Lunaria's Sealing magic, preventing them from taking on Hyper Forms, but is ultimately defeated by Mushra.
- Blow You Away: Has the power to manipulate wind.
- Hoist by Her Own Petard: Mushra uses her wind powers against her, by goading her into blowing him high into the sky, followed by him using gravity to fall on top of her.
- Killer Rabbit: Subverted. First appears as a small cute fairy, only able to make a small cut in Mushra's hand. Only becomes dangerous after taking on a human sized form with less cuteness.
- Stripperific: Wears a rather revealing bodysuit.
TrollA large troll-like Kadrian that posed as Yakumo's corpse.
- Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Is able to sprout extra arms when needed.
The leader of the Kadrians. Lanancuras was previously a Celestial, basically an angelic being, but fell to the dark side as he was corrupted by his own power. In response to this, the other Celestials sealed him within a meteorite and banished him to deep space.
- Big Bad: In the second timeline, he is the head villain.
- Dark Is Evil: His dominant colors are dark purple and dark metallic gray.
- Dirty Coward: When things stop getting his way, Lanancuras attempts to run from his fight against Mushra. When that fails, he attempts a very unconvincing "We Can Rule Together".
- Enemy Summoner: Is able to summon hordes of giant Golem like creatures.
- Evil Is Bigger: He towers over all of his opponents.
- Fallen Angel: Was a Celestial first, before his lust for power corrupted him.
- Fisher King: Each celestial is connected to a galaxy, harming them in any way causes disasters to happen withing that galaxy. What makes it so dangerous to fight Lanancuras is that the galaxy he's connected to is the Milky Way. Mushra fighting him causes a solar flare to head straight for earth.
- Leaking Can of Evil: Despite being sealed inside a meteorite for aeons, he was still able to influence the world from his prison.
- Leitmotif: In the dub, remixed versions of Night on Bald Mountain play several times during the battle against him.
- The Man Behind the Man: His position in the first timeline: the meteor imprisoning him crashed on earth. Lanancuras' dark energy emanating from the meteor caused the original Mushrambo and a large amount of other Enterrans to turn evil, starting their crusade against humanity.
- Omnicidal Maniac: Already responsible for one genocidal war on Earth due to his manipulations, he planned on wiping out all life in the Milky Way Galaxy after being released.
- Person of Mass Destruction: Causes several volcanoes to erupt all over the world right after being unsealed.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes are a menacing dark red color.
- Sadist: Really likes to make his enemies suffer, drawing out the initial fight with the three heroes instead of swiftly killing them, just because he knows they can't hurt him.
- Satanic Archetype: He's pretty much Lucifer in all but name. A godlike being who turned to the dark side and operates as a corrupter before his release.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Was imprisoned in a meteor, until freed in the second timeline.
- Tin Tyrant: looks like a giant wearing a dark suit of armor.