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One of the most notable aspects of Legends is it's wide variety of characters. Currently, there are 18 characters in the cast, with 3 currently on the way. Another noticeable aspect of these characters is that most of them are owned by different people, often made to represent themselves. Either way, the characters are plentiful, coming in all shapes and sizes.

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Main Villagers

    Fixer The Fox 
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“But I just want to let you know that, I won’t be able to fix all the problems ahead. But I promise you won’t face them alone.”

Fixer the Fox

Created by: Fixers Channel.

The most prominently featured character. Fixer is the village detective, with a knack for fixing things to boot. As such, he's often sought out whenever there's a problem. He's seen as the Village leader, and is often the one calling everyone to meetings. Kind-hearted, intelligent, though can occasionally get quite cocky, Fixer makes up for whatever he lacks in with his quick thinking and heart of gold.

    Quayla the Grizzly Bear 
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"True. Some people are too shy. They just need a bit of a push!"

Quayla the Grizzly Bear

Created by: qcherry.

One of the residents of Main Village, Quayla is the owner of the town's cafe, "Quayla's Hot Spot." Chipper and full of energy, Quayla is best known for her fangirl-like shipping tendencies. Other than shipping her friends together, and running her cafe, Quayla's favorite pass-time is spending quality time with her best friend, Alley. Despite carrying around a "my way or the highway" attitude in her back pocket, Quayla's heart is always in the right place, and loves to goof around and always has a good time with her friends and family.

  • Action Girl: Is definitely this, especially when she's with Alley.
  • A Day in the Limelight: She has one in the form of "Shipped At First Sight," albeit she technically shared it with Erik.
  • Adorkable: With her Genki Girl qualities, her love of chocolate, and her excitement over her shippings, how could she NOT be?
  • Badass Adorable: Absolutely adorable in every sense of the word (see the above trope,) and can kick some serious ass.
  • Beauty Brains and Brawn: Between her, Alley and Emily, she seems to be the Brawn.
  • Color Motif: Green, similar to Fixer.
  • Cool Big Sis: She and Alley are this to Emily. Her reaction upon seeing Emily on a date with Keiran?
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Her plans on getting her shipping couples together in "Shipped At First Sight" are downright cartoony, but do you think that's stopping her?
  • Control Freak: In "Shipped At First Sight," she stops at nothing to get her couples together, and ignores all of Erik's warnings against it. This attitude ends up nearly injuring Fixer, tearing up one of Sophia's recipes, breaking Emily's window, and nearly tarnishing the aforementioned bunny's relationship with Keiran. Of course, Quayla ends up feeling horrid for what she did, and came clean to everyone for what she did, as well as having learned her lesson.
  • Cuteness Proximity: Seeing Emily and Keiran on a date is enough to make her need to breathe into a paper bag.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Due to her high energy and perkiness, it's more-so the "Snarker" part than the "Deadpan." Despite this, she'll keep the snark coming when annoyed or bored.
  • Determinator: Other than her extreme methods of getting her ships together, Quayla refuses to go down without a fight, and even in times of trouble, will not step down or let anyone break her spirit. A good example of this comes at the climax of "You Barked Up The Wrong Circus," where even though she and Alley were locked in cages by Barker, they didn't give up on hope, and just sassed the Stunt Bears until their eventual rescue.
  • Establishing Character Moment: In "Fox and Found," the series' first episode and her first appearance, upon being introduced to Alkira, she has one thing to say:
  • Fiery Redhead: Has red hair tied into a ponytail, and is extremely sassy.
  • Genki Girl: Perhaps a little bit more sassy than the average Genki Girl, but her boundless optimism and excitement about her shippings and hanging out with her friends, as well as her sweet, goofy nature, she couldn't possibly fit the bill more.
  • Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: Has many feminine interests, with her love of sweets, her love of gossip, and her love of shipping, but she's fully prepared to get dirty and go into combat when put up in a fight.
  • Good Counterpart: She and Alley seem to be these to Cinda and Molly, with the fact that the two duos are both a set of action girls that usually go hand-in-hand in battle. However, where with Molly and Cinda, it's ambiguous whether the two are just partners in crime or if they actually care about each other, it's obvious with Alley and Quayla that the two care about one another deeply, and are very much best friends.
  • Handwraps of Awesome: Has these on her arms, but only in little bits.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Alley.
  • Improvised Weapon: Given her and Alley's skill in fighting with poles, they can make a weapon out of anything with the same kind of structure, even a metal pipe!
  • Long Hair Is Feminine: Has thick, red hair she keeps in a ponytail, and displays many feminine interests.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The Masculine Girl to Erik's Feminine Boy.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: By the end of "Shipped At First Sight," Quayla feels just horrid for the accidents she caused while trying to get her shipping couples together. Thankfully, she has Erik to cheer her up, and she properly learns her lesson.
  • Nice Girl: Oh, yes. It's hard to not have a smile on your face when she does.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: In "Shipped At First Sight," in her attempts to hook up Fixer with Alkira, and Sophia with Forge, as well as strengthen the relationship between Emily and Keiran, she scrapes Fixer's knee, rips up Sophia's pie recipe, and nearly causes a break-up between Keiran and Emily by having him damage her window. While these were all accidents, it doesn't make her feel any better in the aftermath.
  • Plucky Girl: Perhaps the most energetic, spunky, joyful, and certainly the most unbreakable of the villagers in Main Village.
  • Running Gag: Her teasing Fixer about Alkira.
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Energetic Girl to Erik's Savvy Guy.
  • Ship Tease: Has this with Erik, occasionally.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: She seems to be the Tomboy to Alley's Girly Girl, but more fittingly, she seems to be the Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak to Alley's Tomboy with a Girly Streak.
    • They both seem to be the Tomboy to Emily's Girly Girl.
  • Trademark Favorite Drink: Hot Chocolate.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Downplayed with Alley and Quayla. While the two seem to not have any arguments, Alley's much more mature about her own Shipper on Deck tendencies (for the most part,) and occasionally has to be the Straight Man to Quayla's Cloud Cuckoolander. In "Shipped At First Sight," it's implied that Alley's the only one who can keep Quayla down to earth.

    Erik the Okapi 

Erik the Okapi

Created by: Erik-the-Okapi.

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"I really wonder if the eight legged slime monster is out there somewhere? Now that would be something cool to catch on camera!"

Another resident of Main Village, Erik is a kindhearted okapi with a love of photography. He's young and excitable, and has a love and interest in the paranormal and superstitious, loving monster-hunting shows, and is sure to keep is camera out for any such findings. While not a social butterfly, Erik is a very friendly guy, being able to talk with Fixer about all of his findings, and of course, being best friends with Shift, with the two as close as brothers. He's very quick and can hold on his own in battle, but he's still young and inexperienced when it comes to fighting. In the end, Erik is a very good guy, who loves to take photographs, so he can share there stories, and remember the special moments in life.

    Knave the Hedgehog 

Knave the Hedgehog

Created by: Fixers Channel.
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“Yeah. With your guitar skills, and my drumming, we could host a performance here in town.”

A resident of Main Village, Knave is the sole employee of the town's Meh Burger. As such, he takes his job with pride, and always strives to make others happy, whether it be with a good meal, or just with him being a Nice Guy. He adores lightning, loving the light and speed of it, which is fitting, as he's very fast. A Pokeamo player, he's usually a very good sport, though not always. He also plans on starting a band with fellow chef Maniac the Hedgehog, when she's ready, as he's an expert drummer. In the very end, Knave is a very great guy, a Pokeamo player, and gives the true meaning to Fast Food.

  • All-Loving Hero: Very welcoming to newcomers, and is an all-around supportive and kind person to those he's close with.
  • Berserk Button: While he's not a violent person, he will mess you up if you threaten his shop.
  • Birds of a Feather: Downplayed with him and Maniac. While the two are different in personality, and can get along very, very well despite their different personalities, the two seem to especially bond over their shared love of rock music and culinary arts.
  • Burger Fool: Subverted! Despite working at Meh Burger, he's extremely good at his job, and takes pride and pleasure in his work and the quality of his service to others.
  • Color Motif: Yellow and brown.
  • Comically Missing the Point: In "Iron Can vs Captain Lucas: Tomato War", when Lucas runs out to deal with the aforementioned "Iron Can", Knave calls out to Lucas, asking about his groceries. Justified, seeing as the "Iron Can's" outfit looked no better than a Halloween costume, so perhaps he could already tell there wasn't much danger. note 
  • Deadpan Snarker: Some episodes, such as "Shadow in the Dark," display that he can dish out snark like they're burgers.
  • Establishing Character Moment: While episodes before showed that Knave was a Nice Guy, and polite enough, "Working Overslime" was the episode that gave Knave a bit more attention, while giving us a moment of shine with him as he talked to Maniac, trying to encourage her to take the stage and preform, showing that he's much more confident that his bandmate, and a supportive friend, to boot.

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