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A race of monsters feared by both mewman and monster alike.

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  • The Ageless: The Septarians are said to be ageless in nature. This is presumably due to their powerful Healing Factor.
  • Ambiguous Situation: While their forces were once large, they have seem to all but vanished, the reason unknown. Toffee served as the series' first Knight of Cerebus, Rasticore was Miss Heinous'/Meteora's enforcer, and their leader Seth is dead.
  • Divine Conflict: Downplayed in that while neither side is godlike, the Butterfly family is led by their women, who are powerful mages, while the monsters, led by the Septarsis through Toffee, who has a very powerful healing factor that makes him very hard to kill.
  • The Dreaded: The Septarians are feared by not only mewmans, but by their fellow monsters. Globgor, the Prince of Darkness, actually grew worried when they began amassing their forces.
  • Fantastic Racism: They're notorious for their hatred of Mewmans, which is understandable, since the Mewmans forcibly stole their land and then demonized them to make themselves look good. However, it ends up being deconstructed - most of the Septarsis are so full of hate towards Mewmans that they can't let go of old grudges, which causes them to go after those who want peace and racial co-existence because they can't accept anything else. Their actions end up vindicating the Mewmans' belief that all monsters are... well, monsters, provoking the monsters themselves into retaliating, which leaves neither side happy.
  • Healing Factor: Septarians have the ability to regenerate from nearly anything, making them nigh-immortal. The only things they can't heal from are things devised to nullify their healing factor like Eclipsa's spell, or if their bodies are vaporized with a large enough blast like Star's mewberty blast. Queen Solaria noted in her chapter of The Magic Book of Spells that even she doesn't know of a proper way to dispose of them, so she recommends you "blow them up and spread the pieces as far apart as possible".
  • In-Series Nickname: "The Lizards", due to their reptilian nature and regenerative abilities.
  • It's Personal: Septarians are recorded to hold large grudges against any perceived slight to themselves or their forefathers.
  • Lizard Folk: They have this appearance. In The Magic Book of Spells, Queen Solaria calls them "Lizard Men".
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: Several members of their kind have human-like hair despite being reptiles.



The leader of the Septarians, a feared enemy of both Mewmans and monsters alike. He died before the events of the series, but his ideals set the plot in motion.

  • The Bad Guy Wins: Though he died before the deed was done, Seth wanted Comet dead and Toffee fulfilled that desire.
  • The Dreaded: In addition to being one of the most wanted individuals by the Magic High Commission, he is a figure of concern to both the then king of monsters, Archduke Batwin, and the Prince of Darkness Globgor and his wife Eclipsa. Notably even Comet thought he was rotten and feared him.
  • Fantastic Racist: Oh yes. He hated the Mewmans to the point that his response to Comet inviting him to peace negotiations was to tell her he wanted her dead. Even Comet, who saw all monsters as equals and tried to end the racial hatred between the groups, admitted he was a 'rotten and decaying monster with rotten and decaying hatred and ideas.' The worst part is he's evidently exceedingly charismatic towards his own people and implied to be heavily responsible for his kind's current extreme racism.
  • The Ghost: He's had no actual appearances, and his existence is only known thanks to the Magic Book of Spells. He's noted to have been with the monster army around the time of Queen Comet's death and Moon's confrontation with General Toffee, but he not only isn't seen at their confrontation, Word of God clarifies that he died, presumably before Toffee made his move.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Before his death. He was the Septarian king and is implied to have a heavy role in the current generation of his people's racism towards Mewmans, likely including Toffee's, as well as having had some role in Comet's murder,(as his response to Comet requesting him come to negotiate peace was telling her he wanted her dead).
  • The Man Behind the Man: In a sense. While there is no confirmation that Toffee was working for Seth, it was said that Toffee, like the rest of the younger generation of Septarians, was inspired and radicalized by Seth and opted to follow his agenda of Mewman genocide, starting with the murder of Queen Comet.
  • Nightmare Face: Seth's face is much more vicious looking than his allies Toffee and Rasticore.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: He's an evil reptilian feared by all Mewmans and monsters, and his name is... Seth, which is another name for Set from egyptian mythology.


Toffee of Septarsis
Sometimes your biggest threat is right under your nose.
Voiced by: Michael C. Hall

A mysterious lizard man who comes to help Ludo against Star. He seems to have some sort of grudge against the Royal Family and Queen Moon in particular. He is the true main antagonist for the first half of the series.

  • Achilles' Heel: It seems the only thing that can disrupt his healing is the Wand's Magic at full power. It proved instrumental in weakening him enough during the end of Battle For Mewni that Ludo was able to finish him off.
  • Advertised Extra: He appears prominently in the title sequence throughout Seasons 3 and 4, despite being killed off about a fifth of the way into the former and Miss Heinous taking over the Big Bad position.
  • All According to Plan:
    • In "Storm the Castle", not only does he successfully get Star to come to his territory, but gets her to destroy the wand to save Marco. Even being destroyed by the resulting explosion was to his benefit, as he gained possession of half the wand in the process.
    • Almost everything he does in Season 2 and "The Battle For Mewni" falls under this as well. Only one thing goes truly awry in his plan: he intended on gaining both his finger and Star's half of the wand so that he can be resurrected and have full power over the corrupted magic. But Star was smart enough not to bring her wand with her when she confronts Ludo, and Ludo is sensible enough to listen to Star about what's going on and allows her to perform the Whispering Spell on his half of the wand. With a full-powered wand no longer a possibility, Toffee settles on just resurrecting with his finger and leaving Star stranded in the Realm of Magic, only for her to claim the last spark of uncorrupted magic, achieve Super Mode, and return to defeat Toffee.
  • Ambiguous Situation: It's unclear if he was aware that Star using the Whispering Spell would cause her wand to explode as it did, since he's shocked when it starts to go off but gives an evil smirk just before detonation. This also makes his releasing Marco suspect, as if he didn't know, then it was him honoring his deal, while if he did, then it becomes him trying to kill Star and Marco. At the very least, he knew it would break the wand, which was really all he needed. As Season 2 shows, the only thing that put a hiccup into his plan was the fact he needed a body to use the wand's magic, a body Ludo was more than able to provide.
  • Arch-Enemy: "Into the Wand" reveals that he was this for Queen Moon back in her glory days
  • Artifact of Doom: Effectively becomes one as the spirit possessing Ludo's wand.
  • Attack Reflector: Once he fuses with the broken half of the wand, he can create a barrier that blocks projectiles and sends them back at the attacker.
  • Back from the Dead: Though his physical body is destroyed at the end of Season 1, he lives on inside the other fragment of Star's wand. He doesn't take any action until the end of Season 2, where he possesses Ludo's body.
  • Back for the Dead: He finally regains his body in the episode "Toffee", only to be killed off by Star and Ludo by Star's powerful blast and Ludo using a pillar to crush what remained of his body.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: In Season 1 and the end of "The Battle for Mewni", he's seen wearing a suit as his standard outfit and is one of the most threatening villains in the whole show.
  • Batman Gambit: He's a master of this. Nearly all of his plans revolve entirely around characters doing exactly what you'd expect them to do. For example:
    • His entire plan in "Mewnipendance Day" centers around Buff Frog being the only monster brave enough and loyal enough to volunteer to go on the mission to retrieve Star's wand by himself.
    • In "Marco Grows a Beard", all he had to do was to get Ludo close to the wand, and Ludo, being Ludo, will undoubtedly fail to retrieve it then blame his monsters on the outcome, which set things up for his takeover.
    • In "Storm the Castle", he recognizes that Star will do anything if it means saving Marco whenever he's in danger. With that knowledge he was able to force her to destroy her wand in exchange for Marco's safety.
    • Everything that Star and Ludo have done in Season 2 are all according to his designs.
    • He manages to catch Queen Moon off guard by playing on her sympathy for Ludo and his estrangement from his parents. And the fact that the Magic High Commission would prioritize finding the missing Glossaryck, leaving Moon alone for him to ambush.
    • Pulls off a final one in "Battle for Mewni" when Star uses the Whispering Spell again to free Ludo from the wand's control. Star is caught in the explosion and trapped in The Realm of Magic with Toffee, where he quickly overpowers her using all the tainted magic he's gathered up. He holds Star hostage and tells Queen Moon that he will release her daughter in exchange for his missing finger. Then he uses the finger to fully regenerate before crushing the wand fragment, destroying Star's only way home. Unfortunately for him, he didn't count on Star's Super Mode activating.
  • Benevolent Boss: Subverted. Outwardly he acts respectful to Ludo's underlings but comments like "... you fat sack of garbage" spoken under his breath about Buff Frog reveal it's only an act.
  • Big Bad: The overarching Big Bad for the first half of the series. Although he doesn't enter the story until "Fortune Cookies" about halfway through the first season, Toffee eventually ends up being the final antagonist of the first season. Then in Season 2, he displaces Ludo again by taking over his body after being freed from Ludo's wand. He is finally destroyed in the Season 3 premiere TV movie as a close to his story. Notably, the part of the TV movie he is killed in is the episode actually titled "Toffee", which, as the 39th episode, literally marks the end of the show's first half.
  • Body Horror: In "Battle for Mewni", when he regenerates around Ludo, coughing him up afterwards, and when Star's Super Mode spell all but vaporizes him and Ludo squishes what was left under a pillar.
  • Boring, but Practical: His best plan to nab the wand? Kidnap Star's best friend and threaten to kill him if she doesn't cooperate. Much less flashy than Ludo's all out attacks, but it is the first attack to do the trick.
  • Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: Ludo destroying Toffee weakened Eclipsa's prison, since Moon's deal with Eclipsa's was that he would be killed in exchange for her release, and that will spell doom for Mewni. Even after death, Toffee managed to hurt Moon one last time.
  • Came Back Strong: Ludo's body may be weak and puny, but he has half a wand fused onto his right arm and energy draining abilities, and he is able to take on his enemies with greater resilience than before.
  • The Chessmaster:
    • He skillfully manipulates the events of "Mewnipendance Day" resulting in Ludo firing Buff Frog, the only minion with the intelligence to realize that Toffee wasn't loyal to Ludo. Furthermore, he manipulated Ludo's army into throwing Ludo out and becomes their leader instead. And it's implied that he's been waiting a while for Ludo to put on the display of weakness he needed to convince the monsters to rebel.
    • Taken to new heights in Season 2, where the full scope of his plan is revealed and almost all comes together perfectly. However, it takes only one thing going completely off course - Star getting through to Ludo and performing a Whispering Spell on his wand, and then later "dipping down" and achieving Super Mode - to derail the whole thing and lead to his demise.
  • The Corrupter: As Ludo's wand, he advises Ludo on the course of action he should take. This makes Ludo susceptible to Toffee's manipulations but also more unhinged and ruthless than he was before.
  • The Corruption: His presence within The Realm of Magic was enough to corrupt the universe's magic and weaken the Magic High Commission. When Star meets him in The Realm of Magic, he's essentially The Corruption itself.
  • Creepy Monotone: He usually speaks in a deadpan, emotionless tone of voice. In Season 2, he more frequently sounds sadistically sinister as opposed to just stoic.
  • Dark Is Evil: Wears a dark suit, and in Battle for Mewni he corrupted magic itself into an ocean of black oil.
  • The Dark Side Will Make You Forget: According to the creators, he was a Well-Intentioned Extremist. Now, he seems like a stoic sociopath who only cares about Revenge on Queen Moon and regaining his full power.
  • Death by Irony:
    • Ludo, the person he'd manipulated and admitted didn't amount to anything important in his goals, is the one who ultimately deals the finishing blow to kill him.
    • Also, had he kept his word and brought Star out of the wand with him, he might have survived. As it stands, leaving Star to die directly leads to her obtaining her Super Mode and having the power to defeat him.
    • Similarly, he told Ludo to leave Star alive because he planned on holding her hostage in exchange for his finger. This happens, but in a different way than he had intended because Star ends up performing the Whispering Spell on Ludo's wand, trapping her with Toffee and leading to the situation in which she gained her Super Mode.
  • Demonic Possession: The end of "The Hard Way" has him possess Ludo to talk with Glossaryck, finally proving that he's still around as the voice in the wand Ludo's been listening to.
  • Didn't See That Coming: Toffee is usually methodical and intelligent, so when Star catches him off guard by returning from the realm of magic, he has a mental breakdown and insists it's all according to plan and that only he knows how the story ends. Ludo shuts him up before he can elaborate any further.
  • Disc-One Final Boss: He was the one pulling Ludo's strings for the first two seasons and by all rights he appeared ready to take center stage as the show's main antagonist in the third season. But by the end of the "Battle of Mewni" premiere (the third season's fourth episode), he's unceremoniously Killed Off for Real by Star and Ludo.
  • Dragon-in-Chief:
    • He's got more brains than anyone in Ludo's army, including Ludo himself, is treated much more ominously and as a greater threat and easily betrays Ludo and puts his own plan into action.
    • He's also this to Seth of Septarsis, as he's following Seth's agenda but is the one doing the actual planning and work into fulfilling it, with no confirmation that Seth did anything for him other than inspire him.
  • Eldritch Abomination: His spirit was merged with the tainted magic he corrupted. When Star meets him in "Toffee", his form is the tainted magic itself, which manifest as a giant lizard made out of corrupted goo and a being who is one with the dark ocean of corrupted magic.
  • Energy Absorption: After fusing with Ludo and half of Star's wand, his favorite tactic is draining the magic right out of his victims. This immediately puts the members of the Magic High Commission in a death-like state.
  • Establishing Character Moment: He first appears after Ludo notes he's dissatisfied with all the other applicants, just kind of appearing in the room to talk to him about it, and then manipulates Ludo into hiring him, showing what kind of character he is.
  • Even Evil Has Standards:
    • Played for laughs. Along with Buff Frog, even he thinks it's wrong (and frankly gross) for Ludo to spy on Star when she is in the bathroom.
    • More notably, he kept his word and released Marco as soon as Star destroyed the wand. Although we later see that he has his reasons. It's more likely that his "release" of Marco was more about letting Star into the glass prison he was in and giving her a secure place to be as the wand and castle exploded, since she was needed alive for the rest of Toffee's plan, but otherwise had no reason keep Marco any longer. As for Moon, keeping Star was specifically to break her.
  • Evil Genius: He's extremely smart and intellectual among the monsters, having knowledge about the royal family and magic, and plans strategies that are very effective. Seems to also be a Genius Bruiser since he used to be a general.
  • Evil Is Petty:
    • He gains access to half of one of the most powerful weapons in the universe at the end of Season 2 and his big declaration during the finale is that he's going after Star to get the finger Moon sliced off back. Without context, the importance of retrieving his severed finger and targeting Star to do so comes off as petty and cruel, but he needed it to make himself whole again.
    • In "Toffee", as Ludo's wand hand, he's the one who suggested to Ludo to Levitato the choir simply because they were singing off-key.
    • In "Meteora's Lesson", a teenaged Toffee broke Glossaryck's arm just for making himself a leaf hat, and was willing to break the other one when told he didn't have to keep doing bad things.
  • Evil Laugh: Downplayed at first. When he returns in Season 2, he lets out a sinister chuckle when Glossaryck confirms that he doesn't have a side. Played straight later on when he ambushed Queen Moon and during the fight against her.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Has a deep, smooth voice. Unsurprising, given who voices him.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: "Meteora's Lesson" shows that a young Toffee wore a mullet hairstyle, symbolizing his youthful rashness and naivete. As an adult, he switched to a neater haricut to represent how more mature and calculating he became.
  • Expy: According to Nefcy herself, he is "a Magneto-type villain".
  • The Extremist Was Right: Toffee really believes that magic is a problem and that people who have it will inevitably misuse or abuse it, so he inflicts The Corruption on the Realm of Magic to rid the multiverse of it. Star admits at the end of season 4 that he was right. Her family's ideas to solve problems by using magic would continuously only cause bigger and bigger problems, so she sets off in a quest to destroy all magic. That said, Toffee's primary objection to magic was that it could harm Septarians, and didn't really care about the negative consequences it could have for anyone else, plus he specifically desired to see the people of Mewni exterminated once they couldn't defend themselves with magic.
  • Face Death with Dignity:
    • Subverted. He gladly accepts his apparent death as Star's wand gets destroyed... but he actually didn't die at all, and he knew he was going to survive.
    • Averted in Battle For Mewni. He gets blasted by Star, leaving him as mostly just goop, eyes and bones, his last words being a 'You think you won?' type deal while clearly in a Laughing Mad state of mind out of disbelief that this could be happening to him, before he actually bites it by Ludo crushing him with a pillar.
  • Famous Last Words:
    • "Gentlemen... It's been a pleasure." Subverted in Season 2 when he returns.
    • "Hehehehe... You think you've won? HA! You don't make the plans! I do! Me! Only I know how this all turns out!" And, then, cue getting crushed with a pillar by Ludo.
  • Fantastic Racist: Implied; as much as he talks about how the Mewmans have harmed monsters, the Mewman queen he killed, Comet, was genuinely benevolent, fair, and had been trying her entire reign to make peace and put an end to the conflict without further bloodshed when he assassinated her at the signing of the peace treaty for no other apparent reason except refusing to accept peace at all.
  • Faux Affably Evil: Toffee is polite, well-mannered and level-headed, however, this is only a surface level to his personality, and he's extremely deranged, petty and evil deep down. He always approach the people he intends to harm with a somewhat condescending politeness, showcasing he feels superior to them and disregards them as threats or is feigning goodness to manipulate them.
  • Fingore: The middle finger on his right hand is severed, and doesn't grow back like his arm does. We later learn that a dark spell cast by Moon severed the finger and she (presumably intentionally) sealed it within her wand, preventing him from regrowing it. Star ends up removing the finger from the wand, and Toffee wants it back.
  • Fluffy the Terrible: One of the biggest threats in the series... and he's named after a candy.
  • Form-Fitting Wardrobe: Toffee's outfit in Moon's tapestry. In fact, Toffee was originally depicted shirtless in the tapestry, but then later they decided to give him a shirt and just forgotten to erase his nipples.
  • Four-Star Badass: He is a former general who led the monster army against Mewni, but his last confrontation with Moon badly wounded his pride (and his finger), forcing him to hang up his chevrons and take up roles that involve brains rather than fighting.
  • From a Single Cell: After losing his body, Toffee's spirit endured through his skeleton hand gripping half of the wand's star. Through it, he eventually regained a body by possessing Ludo's, and he regains his full body, finger and all, at the end of Battle for Mewni... briefly.
  • From Nobody to Nightmare: Toffee started out as the underdog leader of a Septarian gang, before they evolved into a full blown monster army.
  • Fusion Dance: In addition to living inside Ludo himself after "The Hard Way", his skeletal right arm regrows onto Ludo's own, creating a much longer arm with a wand crystal embaded in the palm.
  • Genius Bruiser: There's a reason he used to be a former general. Best shown when he is revived in "Toffee" where he effortlessly fends off Moon's attack and swats Marco, a human who regularly takes down monsters, into a wall with one hit.
  • Good Thing You Can Heal: He can regrow his limbs, with the exception of his missing finger. Moon Butterfly severed the finger using dark magic and it was sealed in the wand until Star found and removed it, storing it in her closet.
  • Healing Factor: Potent enough to regenerate a whole limb in moments. It was such a formidable ability that he is known (infamously) in Mewni lore as "the immortal monster". However, his finger was sliced off by magic that completely stunted his regenerative powers. Once he regains his finger, and in the process his original body, it's shown to be strong enough to heal instantly from Marco punching through his chest. It can be overtaxed if he's damaged too badly, it's reaching that point that's the problem. It took Star half vaporizing him with a Wave-Motion Gun to do it, and even then Ludo had to crush him under a pillar to actually finish the job.
  • Hero Killer: While he doesn't perform any combat in the first season, when he returns in "Starcrushed", using Ludo's body as a meat puppet, he's able to completely curb stomp the Magic High Commission, either killing them or reducing them to a death-like state. The only survivor is Moon and that's because Lekmet uses his powers to revive her, and even then Moon barely escapes with her life. Also according to Moon, Toffee killed her mother, Comet, a powerful queen in her own right, who nearly ended the conflicts between Mewmen and Monsters before he ruined everything.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: In contrast to Ludo's obvious and repeated desire to capture the wand, Toffee's ultimate motives are unknown. He plots to destroy the wand, in a gambit to ultimately get his finger. However, after he does achieve full regeneration, he just walks away until he's blasted by Star. Likewise, we know nothing of what motivated him to go rogue and kill Moon's mother in the first place, though Word of God seems to imply that he used to be a Well-Intentioned Extremist who wanted to help monsters rise up against the Mewmans, and thus would not accept a peace treaty between the two species. More light is shed on things with the release of the Book of Spells, which explains that Toffee was radicalized by Seth, the oldest Septarian who vehemently wanted Comet dead.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard:
    • At the end of season 1 Toffee wants Star to destroy the wand, and when she does, it creates an explosion that takes out him and the monsters in the castle. However, though he seems briefly surprised when the wand begins to overload, the smile on his face right before it explodes indicates this isn't an unwelcome development. Officially subverted in Season 2, as what happened with the wand was indeed exactly what Toffee had planned. It was still a very risky move on his part, because he still had to do was wait for some unfortunate victim to retrieve him, and who knows how long that would've taken.
    • He dismisses Ludo completely as an incompetent brat after he regains his body at the end of "The Battle for Mewni". After Star heavily damages his body with her new wand, Ludo finishes the job by knocking over a pillar onto his remains.
    • His murder of Comet catalyzed her daughter Moon's hatred towards monsterkind in the first place, and ruined the chances for both their peoples uniting during her rule.
  • Hyper-Competent Sidekick: A calm and collected "evil efficiency expert", Toffee is very much in contrast to the angry and bumbling Ludo during Season 1.
  • Hypocrite: Despite his clear hatred towards the Mewmans and claiming they'd harmed the monsters, the current queen at the time of his rampage, Comet the Chef, was incredibly fair and was trying to fight for racial equality for the monsters her entire time from when she got the wand to her death and he murdered her at a peace treaty signing. In fact, Solaria was the last firmly anti-monster ruler of Mewni, with those from Festivia onward either being neutral or even positive towards monsters. At the end of the day, the only one Toffee has to blame for the monsters' situation not improving is himself.
  • I Gave My Word:
    • After Star destroys her wand, he honors his word and releases Marco.
    • Subverted in "Toffee", in which he gives his word that he'll return Star if Moon gives his finger back. Moon keeps her part of the bargain, he remorselessly does not, instead only releasing Ludo.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Just when it looked like he was calling Ludo out for his behavior towards his minions after that failed mission, he kicks him out, but after that we find out he doesn't care about Ludo's minions any more than Ludo does.
  • Killed Off for Real: At the end of "The Battle For Mewni," he is turned to goo by Star's Super Mode and subsequently smashed by a pillar courtesy of Ludo.
  • The Kingslayer: He personally murdered Comet the Chef, the former Queen of Mewni, in the middle of a peace treaty.
  • Knight of Cerebus: The series becomes several times darker once he shows up with his sinister leitmotif, a near complete lack of comedic traits (unlike Miss Heinous), and his manipulation of Ludo into firing Buff Frog. At the end of "Marco Grows a Beard", he takes control away from Ludo, kicks him out, and becomes the series' new Big Bad. In season two, we learn his history with Star's family, and it's his return in the finale that destroys the Magic High Commission and forces Star to abandon her life on earth.
  • Knight Templar: According to Nefcy herself, he is "a Magneto-type villain", who's "not wrong, but he's going about things the wrong way, you know". This is indicated in the past when, rather than accept a peace treaty between Mewmans and monsters, he goes rogue and kills the Queen of Mewni instead, desiring monster supremacy rather than monster equality.
  • Lack of Empathy:
    • Didn't even bat an eyelash when he got Buff Frog fired and kicked out of his home.
    • Once he regains his old body after he gets his finger, he callously crushes the broken crystal which is Star's only way back to Mewni. In front of Moon, Marco and Buff Frog. And coldly telling them that Star's gone and expresses boredom when Moon and Marco attempt to fight him.
  • The Kingslayer: Assassinated Comet, the queen before Moon.
  • Laser Blade: Wields a massive scimitar made of magic in his battle with Queen Moon.
  • Leitmotif: "Meet Toffee", an eerie, quiet, and simplistic tune.
  • Lizard Folk: A Septarian to be precise.
  • Logical Weakness: Toffee's regeneration is strong enough to rival Logan's but he does have limits. Obviously you can take him out with something that inhibits his Healing Factor but his healing ability can also simply be overloaded if enough damage is done. Also, presumably, if you throw him into an inferno or something that just keeps damaging him even if it doesn't do massive damage all at once, his healing factor will eventually fail. He might also be vulnerable to things like a lack of oxygen because a healing ability won't provide you with the sweet life sustaining air most things need.
  • Major Injury Underreaction:
    • When Star blasts off his arm, he only lets out a dull "oof!" and remains unconcern and disinterested by the fact he lost his arm. Justified in that he has a healing factor so he can regenerate his arm quickly.
    • In "Toffee", Marco punches a hole through his chest. The lizard shows absolutely no reaction but slight surprise.
  • Mana Drain: While in Ludo's body, he gets the ability to drain the magic of others. Plus, it's not-so-subtly implied that the universe-wide "glitch" siphoning magic away might have something to do with him.
  • The Man Behind the Man: Toffee acts as the intelligence of Ludo's wand, once again pulling the strings behind the scenes until he decided to make his move and usurp Ludo once again at the end of "The Hard Way".
  • The Man in Front of the Man: Acts as Ludo's subordinate although his competence makes him a clear Dragon-in-Chief until "Marco Grows a Beard" when he tricks Ludo and convinces his minions to follow him instead.
  • Manipulative Bastard:
    • Practically plays up Ludo's trust while also observing Star's fighting skills. When he felt Buff Frog was onto him, he tricked Ludo into firing him. And when he had no more use of Ludo himself, he convinces his minions that Ludo was unfit to lead them and evicted Ludo from his own castle.
    • He goads an elated Ludo into doubt and belligerence during Season 2 to trick him into reading Eclipsa's section of the Book of Spells, thereby allowing Toffee to take over Ludo's body.
  • Man of Wealth and Taste: Wears a nice suit, and is a smooth-operating villain.
  • Minor Injury Overreaction: Subverted. Contrary to the depiction in Moon's tapestry, when she blasted off his finger with Eclipsa's magic in the actual event, he showed nothing but mild discomfort and annoyance, even as he realized his healing factor wasn't working.
  • Motive Decay: In the past, Toffee's motive was clear-cut - to eliminate all Mewmans and retake Mewni for the monsters, with him even going rogue when the monster he served over was going to sign a peace treaty with the Mewmans. In the present, it seems he is driven solely by the desire for Revenge on Queen Moon - to get back what she took from him, his finger, and take away everything she has: her magic, her friends, her throne, and her daughter. It's possible that he still wishes for monsters to have Mewni again, but it isn't made clear.
  • Mr. Fanservice: For a certain crowd. A portrait depicting his younger self shows him in a shirt that looks all but painted on.
  • My Card: He gives Ludo a business card and introduces himself as an "Evil Efficiency Expert".
  • My Death Is Only The Beginning:
    • He allowed himself to be killed by Star's exploding wand so his spirit could possess the broken half. Once Ludo picked it up, he manipulated Ludo into getting his hands on the spellbook and reading the forbidden chapter, allowing him to possess Ludo's body.
    • It happens again in "Battle for Mewni". After getting reduced to a skeleton covered in goo by Star's Super Mode blast, he gives her an ominous message about how they haven't won yet and that only he knows "how this all turns out". In retrospect, it seems like he somehow became aware of the future where magic was destroyed and had been convinced that he would be responsible for it. As he was dying, he knew that wasn't the case but also knew that the future without magic was still inevitable all the same.
  • Mysterious Past: Since his first appearance, Toffee has been a character who's shrouded in mystery. Other than The Reveal that he used to be a general that led a Monster army against Mewni, killed Moon's mother Comet the Chef and lost his finger to Moon's darkest spell, next to nothing is known about his past. Given that he met Moon when she cast her spell on him after he killed her mother not too long ago, the fact that he has a bad history with the Butterfly family AND has intimate knowledge on the Butterfly family that no normal monster would know of such as the Book of Spells, Eclipsa's forbidden chapter, and the details of the first spell Moon taught Star implies a deeper connection that extends beyond not just Moon, but to the Royal family's history as a whole. The other hints to his past so far were also his knowledge and connection to the ancient monster temple which he showed Ludo as his wand and how both he and Glossaryck are very familiar with each other during their brief but casual interactions, establishing that the two have met before.
  • Near-Villain Victory: Toffee does succeed in getting revenge on Moon. He does eliminate her daughter, regains his finger and corrupt the realm of magic. He didn't expect Star to absorb the remaining magic and return from the realm.
  • Never My Fault: Despite his motivation of Revenge and claiming to have been wronged, he was the one who murdered the Queen who'd been nothing but kind to the monsters and was literally about to sign a peace treaty with the monsters when he did so, and thus his losing his finger is no one's fault but his own. This also means a large amount of the current Mewman/Monster tensions are directly his own fault.
  • Never Smile at a Crocodile: He is actually a lizard, but his long jaws and lack of lips make him look very crocodilian.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: Having Buff Frog fired ended up making the latter see what a selfish Jerkass Ludo is later on.
  • Non-Action Big Bad:
    • Sits back and watches his plans from the sidelines. Even when Star attempts to directly physically confront him, he relies on his minions. In "Into The Wand", a tapestry shows him dressed in armor and leading a charge against Moon Butterfly, and "Moon the Undaunted" reveals that he was a general. He's proven to have earned his former position as a general due to his calm and calculating approach to forcing Star to surrender the wand. He also had great abilities in leadership as the monsters became far more effective under his orders and was able to successfully fulfil his plans without having to worry about resistance from enemies. As it turns out, it's less to do with the lack of any combat abilities but more with the lack of desire or interest to fight as hinted in "Storm the Castle" with his brief stint against Marco and established in "Toffee" as he easily fends off Moon and Marco's attacks with boredom.
    • This is subverted in "Starcrushed", as Toffee was able to defeat and drain the magic from the Magic High Commission, without so much as taking a scratch in the fight.
    • He subverts this again in "Toffee" and demonstrates his strength after he regains his old body against Moon and Marco, not even actually fighting them as much as very easily blocking their attacks and throwing them aside.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: He has slicked-back black hair, despite being a Lizard Folk.
  • Non-Mammal Mammaries: Despite being a Lizard Folk, "Into the Wand" has a tapestry depict Toffee with nipples.
  • Not So Invincible After All: Even with his Healing Factor at full power, he can be killed. However, it took him being nearly vaporized by a Wave-Motion Gun and then being crushed under a pillar to do so.
  • Not So Stoic:
    • In "Fortune Cookies", he briefly drops his composed attitude when he first sees how idiotic Ludo's minions are.
      Ludo: Give it to me straight. Are my monsters the worst ever or what?
      Toffee: Uh...
    • When Marco calls him boring, a split-second shot reveals that he seems genuinely bothered by the remark.
    • Crosses over with Nightmare Face when he reveals his true desire to have Star destroy the wand, donning a scarier, more monstrous expression to say a single word. "SURPRISE!" He goes back to his stoic look in an instant, suggesting he can turn cold and stoic to crazy and monstrous on and off if he wants too.
    • "Starcrushed" has him showing more of his well-hidden insanity that was briefly hinted in "Storm the Castle". Particularly with his fight against Queen Moon where he's smiling sinisterly and laughing maniacally. And it's terrifying.
    • Moon managing to damage his finger and prevent it from regenerating gets a reaction out of him, Star half-vaporizing him renders him Laughing Mad, and he showed actual fear when he saw the Wave-Motion Gun that did it coming.
  • Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist:
    • While implied to have once had good motives, they seem completely gone by now in favor of revenge. Even then, it's eventually revealed he murdered Comet more out of hatred than her having actually done anything wrong, as she was probably the single most pro-monster queen other than Eclipsa and genuinely trying to give the monsters racial equality.
    • Even though his decisions were fueled by his hatred towards Mewmans and Queen Moon, he was eventually right about one thing: magic is too dangerous and must be destroyed or corrupted beyond repair for the greater good. Even Star agrees with him in the end.
  • Not Worth Killing: His attitude toward Moon after regaining his full physical form in "Toffee". She'd given back the finger she took from him, and he had taken away her daughter. Leaving her in the anguished mental and emotional state she was currently in was a Fate Worse than Death for her, so he just walks away.
  • Oh, Crap!: His reaction to seeing the Wave-Motion Gun that damaged him badly enough for Ludo to finish him coming.
  • Older Than He Looks: He looks to be around his mid-30s, but his conversation with Moon in "Starcrushed" implies older than that which was confirmed in "Moon the Undaunted" when he looks exactly the same as he does in the present when Moon was a child, revealing that he is older than Moon.
  • Only Sane Man: Given that he works for Ludo. Or, more more accurately, he's using Ludo.
  • Power Parasite: In "Starcrushed" he manages to possess Ludo, fuse himself physically with the wand, and absorb the powers of several members of the Magic High Commission.
  • Pragmatic Villainy:
    • In "Marco Grows a Beard", he acts kind to Ludo's minions to make it easier to usurp Ludo, who hasn't really done anything but berate his men.
    • He suggests that Ludo use Buff Frog as his number two again rather than outright kill the man, as he's far more useful that way. While it fails due to Ludo having already mistreated him far too much, it was still a worthy idea.
    • Once he gets his full body back in "Toffee", he just intends to walk away rather than try to kill Queen Moon and Marco, even when they attack him. As he no longer has magic, it makes more sense for him to go and reform his old army to conquer Mewni than waste time with a physical battle against his enemies.
  • Prehensile Tail: He uses it to grab Marco and return him to his seat.
  • Psychotic Smirk: Since he was The Stoic for the majority of season 1, seeing this on his face means everything is going according to his plans and not good for the heroes. When he possess Ludo, he displays this most of the time.
  • Rasputinian Death: Star in Super Mode melts him alive with a blast from her wand, reducing him to a skeleton covered in black goo. That's not enough to kill him, so Ludo finishes him off by knocking a pillar over his remains.
  • Red Baron: All Septarians have regenerative abilities, but his were so swift and accelerated that he was known as "the Immortal Monster" in Mewni lore. In the "Moon the Undaunted", he was also called "The Lizard".
  • Red Right Hand: The middle finger of his right hand is missing from the moment he appears (it was taken by Moon Butterfly), despite his regenerative powers that allow him to regrow his entire left arm when Star blasts it off. Becomes more of one when he merges with Ludo, as Ludo's wand regenerates into it and attaches to him, becoming an oversized right arm with the wand fragment in the palm.
  • Renegade Splinter Faction: As revealed in Expanded Universe and touched upon in the series: Toffee was the general of the then current Monster King and his murder of Comet was an assassination at a peace treaty Comet had spent her entire reign trying to secure through kindness and tolerance. He and his forces were acting independently of the monster king's wishes.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: A lizard man to be specific.
  • Retired Badass: "Into The Wand" reveals that he was a fierce warrior in the past having faced Moon. The way he does things in the present all but implies that his fighting days are more or less over since that event, preferring to manipulate others and rely on strategy to get revenge against his enemies. "Starcrushed" shows he's still got it, though. It's not that he wanted to retire, but rather he was forced to due to wounded pride and the awareness that he needed a way around the power that Queen Moon wielded.
  • Revenge: Implied to hold a grudge against the royal family of Mewni, cryptically stating that Ludo is "not the first monster to fall victim to their magic". He means that literally, considering he fought Moon Butterfly. This is apparently a racial trait.
  • Self-Serving Memory: Hearing him talk, he did nothing wrong and was the one wronged by the Butterfly Family. What he never so much as acknowledges is that he murdered Moon's mother, Comet, a genuinely good queen who'd spent her entire time with the wand trying to bury the hatchet with the monsters and treated them as equals, in cold blood at a peace treaty signing.
  • Sinister Scimitar: Wielded one in his youth, back when he used to fight Moon.
  • Skeletons in the Coat Closet: Before he started wearing an elegant business suit, Toffee made it a habit to adorn the epaulettes of his armor with the skulls of slain Mewni royalty.
  • Slasher Smile:
    • Very briefly flashes one after he reveals he wanted Star's wand because he wanted to destroy it.
  • The Sociopath: Cold, calculating, and perfectly willing to crush Marco to death and beat down the Magic High Commission without a lick of remorse. As a teen, he was even willing to break Glossaryck's arm for the heck of it.
  • Soft-Spoken Sadist: Toffee is always soft-spoken, polite and courteous. But beneath his affable exterior, hides a cruel and heartless lizard who's willing to go to any lengths to secure his goals. Lacking remorse and empathy, he hides his own sadism and insanity quite well. Even in his gigantic magic goo form, he retains this trait.
  • The Starscream: Ultimately, proves to be this in "Marco Grows a Beard". He could've easily betrayed Ludo before, but he wanted to wait until Ludo showed weakness.
  • Stealth Insult: Toffee often takes a passive-aggressive approach to insulting people, a stark contrast to when he was a teenager, where he was more openly aggressive and straight-forward in his insults. One notable example was when he offered Ludo a drink during his introduction:
    Toffee: West Mewnian swamp water. Or do you drink from the bottle?
  • The Stoic: Always remains calm, collected, and professional.
  • Stripped to the Bone: All that remained of him prior to fully taking over Ludo was his skeletal arm (complete with missing finger), which clasps the missing wand crystal part to serve as Ludo's own wand. It eventually regenerates after he completely overtakes Ludo, merging with Ludo's own arm.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: His eyes are gold and he has supernatural regenerating powers.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Though his plans require Ludo and his minions to be idiots, he's still occasionally exasperated by just how dumb they are.
  • Teens Are Monsters: A teenage Toffee appears in "Meteora's Lesson", and it's shown he was more openly petty back then.
    Glossaryck: (to Meteora) Yep, that's the bad boy who broke my arm. [...] I'm sure Toffee had a good reason for doing what he did.
    Toffee: You were making that stupid leaf hat, so I snapped your arm.
    Glossaryck: OK... not the best reason. But that doesn't mean he has to keep on doing terrible things. If he did, he'd... break my other arm.
    Toffee: Oh. That's a good idea.
  • Thanatos Gambit: Made every indication that he knew that the Whispering Spell would make the wand explode and did not attempt to avoid his fate. As it turns out, he wanted to be reduced to spirit form so that his plan could progress further.
  • Tom the Dark Lord: An "evil efficiency expert" named "Toffee".
  • Troll: He does this to Ludo during his introduction, bonus points for keeping a straight face and serious tone:
    Ludo: Where did you come from?
    Toffee: I let myself in.
    Ludo: When?
    Toffee: After you hired me.
    Ludo: I hired you?
    Toffee: I accept.
  • Two Beings, One Body: He re-emerges in "Starcrushed" as a fusion between himself and Ludo, plus half of Star's wand. He appears to be the dominant personality most of the time, although his laugh at one point is eerily similar to Ludo's.
  • Vile Villain, Saccharine Show: He's proven to be a much darker and serious threat to Star and Marco compared to the series' other wacky and comedic villains. Each of his appearances sets up or progresses some major story arc.
  • Villainous Breakdown: After Star utterly destroys his body and leaves him a corpse barely clinging to life, Toffee goes Laughing Mad, ranting in a nightmarish voice about how he makes all the plans and knows everything, including how this all will end... just before he's unexpectedly killed by Ludo.
  • Villain Teleportation: Implied in his first appearance, where he randomly appeared in Ludo's room without explanation. He also seems to teleport in the finale when talking to Marco, to the point he seemingly appears in two places simultaneously.
  • Villainous Widow's Peak: Has a notable widow's peak and is the true main antagonist for the first part of the series.
  • Walking Spoiler: He's kind of important for someone who suddenly shows up out of nowhere in the middle of the first season, so it's hard to explain who he is without giving anything away. Especially in anything past said first season.
  • Warrior Prince: According to The Magic Book of Spells, Toffee is, or was, considered a prince during Comet Butterfly's reign and also was a former general.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: According to Word of God anyways, which even compares him to Magneto. This is yet to be seen beyond a clenched fist at a re-enactment of the great monster massacre at Mewni's founding, although it's more likely that the betterment of monsters was his goal in the past when he tried to overthrow Queen Moon, while he's jumped off the slippery slope in the present day, caring only for his own personal revenge. With the The Reveal of the MHC conspiracy in Season 3 and the events of Season 4, it becomes apparent that Toffee did have a valid point that magic causes more harm than good with the MHC enforcing the status quo that continues to discriminate against monsters. It's just that his plans involving manipulation, kidnapping and killing are where he gets out of line. That said, this is still ultimately subverted, as Toffee’s appearance in flashback shows he was always a sadistic bully, even to his fellow monsters. Now, all he wants is power, and he’s willing to extend the tensions between monsters and Mewnis to do it.invoked
  • Would Hit a Girl:
    • He gleefully beats the tar out of both Queen Moon and Hekapoo, draining the latter of her magic and rendering her temporarily dead or comatose.
    • He killed Moon's mother when Moon was Star's age.
  • Would Hurt a Child:
    • He was willing to crush Marco, a 14-year old boy, to death in front of Star so that she would comply to his demands. And in "Toffee" he hits Marco so hard that he sent him flying into debris after the latter punched him through the chest out of anger for Toffee seemingly killing Star.
    • As Ludo's hand wand he tells him to Levitato a bunch of choir children because they were singing off-key.
    • In "Starcrushed", he made it clear to Moon that he's going after Star for his finger upon returning. He makes word on his threat in "Toffee" when he doesn't keep his end of the bargain to return Star after Moon gave him his finger and he regained his old form, simply destroying the broken crystal shard while Star is still in there.
  • Wound That Will Not Heal: He can regenerate a whole limb in just a few seconds after it's been blasted off by Star's wand, but cannot regenerate one of his fingers which was severed by an unidentified dark spell cast by Queen Moon and then sealed in the wand.
  • Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: Toffee has yellow eyes which fit his manipulative and cunning nature.
  • You Have Failed Me: Downplayed. He convinces Ludo to fire Buff Frog after he fails to get Star's wand.
  • You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Toffee tells Ludo's monsters "It has been a pleasure" as the wand is about to explode. He got what he wanted, so he no longer had any use for his allies, deciding to take them with him.

    Rasticore Chaosus Disastervaine 

Rasticore Chaosus Disastorvayne
Voiced by: Chris Tergliafera

An agent for Miss Heinous to destroy Star and kidnap Marco. Was once a soldier of Toffee as well.

  • Adorkable:
    • He's surprisingly dorky in his pursuit of Star and Marco.
    • His attempts to "break up" his partnership with Meteora in "Skooled" are just hilariously awkward, especially coming from a giant, intimidating lizard man.
  • Artificial Limbs: Rasticore's left arm is robotic.
  • Awesome, but Impractical: His dimensional chainsaw can slice open portals, but takes several attempts to get working.
  • Awesome Mc Coolname: For crying out loud, his full name has the words "chaos" and "disaster" in it.
  • Badass Cape: A badass Bounty Hunter with a suitable cape.
  • Bounty Hunter: An ex-soldier of General Toffee's army who became a hitman.
  • Came Back Wrong: "Yada Yada Berries" shows that his regenerative process the second time around has given him a frail and sickly appearance compared to his buff intimidating one. Then in "Cornonation", he's slightly bigger with two muscular arms but skinny-looking legs.
  • Chainsaw Good: His Weapon of Choice, and like dimensional scissors can cut open portals to other dimensions.
  • Connected All Along: Before working for Miss Heinous, he served in Toffee's regenerating army.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: He has a deep, booming voice.
  • Eyepatch of Power: He has a crystal in place of his left eye.
  • Foil: Like Toffee, he's a Septarian who acts with blatant disregard of the Mewman/Monster Accord for his own personal gain. Unlike Toffee, he's brightly colored, relies on technology rather than magic, possesses a hulking physique, is barely dressed, has an incredibly long and intimidating name, growls all of his lines, and is a bonafide hired gun rather than a master manipulator posing as one. To hammer the point home, they're both struck down by devastating magic attacks.
  • From a Single Cell: Is slowly regenerating from his right hand. He's regrown into a torso by "Princess Turdina", and all but his snout have grown back by "Monster Bash". He fully regains his body in "Skooled!" but quickly loses it again by a scorned Meteora, and is going through a more messed up regeneration process in Season 4.
  • Healing Factor: Has the same From a Single Cell ability as Toffee, but it's not nearly as fast or powerful. It used to be so quick, but something caused his healing to be stunted. This is probably why he has a robotic left arm—because it would take too long to regenerate. It's still strong enough that he can come back from being vaporized to just a hand. Miss Heinous says that it comes from him being Lizard Folk.
  • How the Mighty Have Fallen: "Yada Yada Berries" show that this assassin once a member of a fearsome race has been reduced to washing dishes.
  • Killed Mid-Sentence: "Princesses, my name is Rasticore Chaosus Disastervayne. Miss Heinous sent me. Prepare to d—" (gets annihilated by gift card)
  • Lizard Folk: He's a Septarian, the same lizard species as Toffee.
  • My Name Is Inigo Montoya: Rasticore announces his full name to Star and Marco when he finally confronts them.
  • Names to Run Away from Really Fast: As said above, he has "chaos" and "disaster" in his full name. Doesn't seem like a nice guy.
  • Non-Mammal Mammaries: He has nipples, despite being a Lizard Folk.
  • Not Quite Dead: "Heinous" reveals that his Healing Factor is causing him to slowly regrow himself, and by the end of that episode had worked his way up to his elbow. By "Monster Bash" he has regrown everything except his left arm and eye, however his regenerated head, tail and legs are still rather stubby. In "Skooled!", he has fully returned only to be blown up again at the end of the episode and get back into his regeneration process.
  • Plot-Irrelevant Villain: Since the main plot of "Gift of The Card" is about the gift card expiring, Rasticore doesn't do much in his first appearance and has no bearing on the plot. He gets disintegrated once he confronts the heroes.
  • Prepare to Die: His Famous Last Words to Princess Star and Princess Marco before getting Killed Mid-Sentence by the gift card.
  • Purple Is Powerful: His cape and crystal eye are both purple.
  • Reality Ensues: His chainsaw is treated realistically in that it has to be revved several times in order to even start.
  • The Remnant: A member of Toffee's army who became a mercenary after they disbanded.
  • Reptiles Are Abhorrent: A lizard man and member of the Septarians that is a killer for hire.
  • Retired Monster: When he encounters Star in "Yada Yada Berries" he's pretty much done with fighting (at least, possibly until he fully regenerates), and wants Star and Marco to leave him alone before they start any trouble for him.
  • Running Gag: Rasticore constantly has trouble getting his chainsaw to start up.
  • Spikes of Villainy: He has a number of spikes protruding from his shoulders.
  • Tempting Fate: As part of Toffee's army, he boasted to Princess Moon about his species' regenerative abilities by having his left arm bitten off and then growing it back. By the present day, he's lost that very same arm for good somehow, along with his left eye. We all know it wasn't by the same spell that permanently blasted Toffee's finger off. A logical answer could be that his regenerative abilities have weakened with age, he can still regenerate from a singular body part but at much slower rate and may not regain every part.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: After getting disintegrated in "Gift of the Card", he spends a whole season and a half slowly regenerating himself until "Skooled", where he is back to top shape... only for him to get blown up again by the end of the episode thanks to Meteora.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: Subverted. He did help Meteora attack St. Olga's school after she spent months nursing him back to health while he was an arm waiting for his body to regenerate, but afterwards he tries to awkwardly talk his way out of any further commitment to her and walks off to go back to doing his original job. She responds by blowing him up and reducing him to an arm again, which she then takes with her.
  • Vocal Evolution: His voice in Season 3 is deep but still largely normal sounding, while his voice in his first appearance back in Season 2 is much lower and more growly.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Showing off a surprisingly human musculature.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: He's disintegrated in his first episode, although he can regrow himself in a similar manner to Toffee. It just takes longer, so he's still just an arm by his next appearance. Even when he is fully put together, we don't know anything about him.
  • Wound That Will Not Heal: His left arm and eye don't grow back with the rest of him, even though a flashback demonstrated him growing back that very same arm after having another monster bite it off just to prove a point. And yet, he wasn't hit by Eclipsa's darkest spell. And even as he's regenerating, he still can't regenerate his left arm and eye.
    • Although when he shows up again in "Yadda Yadda Berries" he has both eyes and his left arm (although it's still skinny compared to his right one). Then in "Cornonation", both of his arms are now muscular again. For some reason, in his final cameo appearance, his left arm's still skinny (though it may be due to an animation error).

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