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Throughout the episode, Steven tells his story about Garnet to her. These characters are the focus instead of the main cast.
One day, when Steven imagines what Garnet did during a particular mission, he invents this fictional caricature of her to put into his story, where she agrees to help Ringo get his post as guardian of the Sacred Magic Gem of Ultimate Power back from the Foxman. While she's supposed to represent Garnet, she comes off as more of her own character by virtue of being how Steven views the real deal.
For the real Garnet, visit her character page.
- Bald of Awesome: Turns out she's just been wearing that blocky afro like a hat, and baldness itself is awesome as she gains large amount of power from her taking it off.
- Berserk Button: Disrespecting Steven pisses her off enough to fly into an Unstoppable Rage.
- Cool Big Sis: How she acts around Hopper and Hoppy, an aspect derived from her real counterpart. Just like the real Garnet, she's also this towards Steven, whom she calls her "favorite person in the world".
- The Hero: An Affectionate Parody of such, since the whole episode she's in is a pastiche of action anime in general.
- Morph Weapon: Her most-used power is growing and shrinking her gauntlets. While she uses this mostly for training, she's able to use it in a fight should she be pushed hard enough. In fact, we saw imaginary Garnet used this and then we found out real Garnet could do the same.
- Non-Standard Character Design: Less detail and animation is put into her, and everything else in the episode, for that matter.
- Power Limiter: Her blocky afro is also a heavy weight and her power skyrockets when she takes it off.
- Power Makes Your Hair Grow: She had a Bald of Awesome for most of her story, with her hair being a helmet, but her Heroic Second Wind makes her spontaneously grow a new one the size of a small building.
- Readings Blew Up the Scale: At one point her power level skyrockets so much that it breaks Hoppers power scanner. Shortly afterward, her power spikes again to such an extent that it fixes the scanner only to blow it up again.
- The Stoic: Though unlike real Garnet, she more often displays emotions.
One of Imagination-Garnet's friends, a Funny Animal girl frog who has a knack for explosives, and reading people's power levels with a tablet-like device. She accompanies Imagination-Garnet on her mission to help Ringo.
- Action Girl: Hopper's gender is not specified, but probably female judging by the voice.
- Affectionate Parody: Her habit of reading people's power levels is one towards Dragon Ball Z and its scouters, which were used during the beginning of the Saiyan Arc.
- And You Were There: Indirectly; she's voiced by the same actor who voices Pearl.
- The Cameo: Appears in the Uncle Grandpa crossover as a character in a Super Smash Bros.-like game fighting Tiny Miracle.
- Curbstomp Battle: when she tries to fight Ultimate Ringo, which could count as Too Dumb to Live as well.
- Funny Animal: Is an anthropomorphic frog.
- One-Shot Character: Only appears in "Garnet's Universe", outside of a small cameo in "Say Uncle".
- One Steve Limit: Her name is extremely similar to Hoppy's, to the point that Imagination-Garnet confuses whose names are whose at one point.
- Smurfing: Hopper sticks variants of "hop" into many of her sentences.
- Throw Down the Bomblet: Her Weapon of Choice are thrown Cartoon Bombs.
A female samurai rabbit that is also a friend of Imagination-Garnet along with Hopper. Loves to train a lot, which aids Imagination-Garnet when she needs to confront The Foxman and later Ringo when his true colors are revealed.
- And You Were There: Indirectly; she's voiced by the same actor who voices Amethyst.
- Expy: She looks a lot like Miyamato Usagi.
- Funny Animal: She's an anthropomorphic rabbit.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has a scar over her left eye.
- Hard Work Hardly Works: She loves to train, and is shown training with Imagination-Garnet during her Training Montage. However, she gets curb-stomped by Ringo effortlessly.
An imaginary character created when Steven guesses what Garnet's mission was. Looking very similar to Ronaldo Fryman, he first appears seeking help, claiming a fox used a Gem of Ultimate Power to kick him out of his post as its guardian. After Imagination-Garnet beats the fox, Ringo reveals his true colors as a villain, and powers himself up to become Ultimate Ringo.
- Anime Hair: He has a ring-shaped bun, which he sticks the Gem of Ultimate Power into to become Ultimate Ringo.
- And You Were There: It's interesting that Steven chooses Ronaldo as the template for his imaginary villain, rather than a more antagonistic character (such as Lars) or just a random monster. This may be due to Steven repressing his less-ideal opinions about Ronaldo and his crazy obsessions and impulses.
- Foreshadowing: When he places the Gem of Ultimate Power into his hair, he sticks the gem's pavilion inward so that the top of it is facing outward. It's later revealed Pink Diamond rotated her gem in the same manner when she became Rose Quartz.
- Gender-Blender Name: His name is pronounced like the Japanese name Ringo (RIN-go, as opposed to REENG-o), which is usually a girl's name.
- Generic Doomsday Villain: Steven just made up this character as an antagonist for his story and didn't seem to bother coming up with much in terms of motive.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Trapped in his own Ringo-Zone by the person he manipulated to gain power.
- Insistent Terminology: The name of his One-Winged Angel form is Ultimate Ringo, not just Ringo, and he corrects the trio multiple times.Garnet: Ringo
- Kick the Dog: He turns a picture of Steven and Garnet into an onion ring, and eats it, after he beats her down the first time.
- Manipulative Bastard: He makes up a story to get Garnet, Hoppy, and Hopper to fight for him and get the Gem of ultimate power for himself.
- One-Shot Character: Only appears in "Garnet's Universe".
- Psychopathic Manchild: Generally just acts like an immature bully, and wants to destroy everything because he can.
- Punny Name: He's named Ringo and has hair shaped like an onion ring.
- Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: To prove Muscles Are Meaningful, he gets into a Pummel Duel with Imagine-Garnet and wins.
- Rings of Death: Subverted. He has a Ring motif sure, but aside from when he attacks Hoppy, he just uses blasts of energy and shocks. Some of these can turn people and objects into onion rings.
- Transformation Sequence: When he gets the gem, he becomes Ultimate Ringo in a Sailor Moon styled scene where he loses his shirt and his apron flips around into a tailcoat.
An imaginary anthropomorphic fox inhabiting the shrine of the Gem of Ultimate Power. Ringo claimed he kicked him out of the temple, but the foxman was actually the temple's guardian.
- And You Were There: Not as obvious as Ringo, but the foxman has the same voice and hair color as Lars. The foxman turns out to actually be a good guy, reflecting how Steven views Lars as actually being a decent person.
- Baleful Polymorph: Ringo turns him into an onion ring. Garnet returns him to his true foxy form by the end.
- Cunning Like a Fox: Averted, he relies more on brute strength while his nemesis Ringo uses trickery and deceit.
- Expy: By becoming a friend along with Hoppy and Hopper, they become just one falcon away from forming team Star Fox. Though he doesn't seem to have an expy all to himself like the other two do.
- Funny Animal: He's an anthropomorphic fox.
- Good All Along: Initially portrayed as the villainous gem thief by Ringo, he turns out to be the benevolent protector of the shrine.
- No Name Given: He's only ever referred to as "the foxman".
- One-Shot Character: Only appears in "Garnet's Universe".
- Top-Heavy Guy: The foxman's legs are short and skinny—not even half the height of his ridiculously large arms and torso.