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A pitiful lab experiment with a pair of conjoined heads and floppy flailing arms, Troy is an amalgamation of the prophesied heroes Hector and Achilles. He breaks out of the lab containing him and goes on a journey to reach his full potential.
- Brains and Brawn: Supposedly, Achilles is the brains while Hector is the brawn, according to the intro.
- Conjoined Twins: Troy is the name given to the amalgamate of the twin brothers Hector and Achilles.
- Failure Hero: Everything seems to be going well for him at first. Just as the prophecy in the opening cinematic described, he passes the trials of Amadeus and Agamemnus and receives powers from them in exchange. Unfortunately, instead of fulfilling the prophecy, Troy gets high on mushroom spores and is recaptured by the scientists, putting him right back where he started.
- Iron Butt Monkey: Unless it's being crushed by walls, gears, or a crashing plane, no amount of blunt force is enough to kill Troy. The same can't be said for spikes.
- Hidden Depths: At the Galaxy Brain Summit, Hector and Achilles make a surprisingly philosophical speech about the merits of the For Science! attitude while also pulling a You Bastard! on the player.
- The Hilarity of Hats: The main collectible of the game. Since Troy has two heads, he can wear two of them at a time!
- Ocular Gushers: Hector gets these if Troy messes up an answer and in the losing screen in Meat & Greet.
- Off with His Head!: Hector and Achilles can survive and regenerate limbs lost from all manner of trauma. If their shared head is damaged or destroyed, however, it's back to the nearest checkpoint for them.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: In their anime form during the Meat & Greet section.
- The Unintelligible: At least until he experiences a Mushroom Samba.
The Abomination Gods
Amadeus the Firstborn
The first boss, Amadeus is an abomination god with a wonderful singing voice.
- Beautiful Singing Voice: According to Agamemnus (specifically, Pandora), Amadeus would often sing lullabies to the other Abominations.
- Gentle Giant: He's quite large and, according to Pandora, a being of "unprecedented kindness".
- Pinball Zone: Amadeus's stage is modeled after a pinball game.
- The Unintelligible: Don't bother trying to decipher what he's singing.
Agamemnus, the Amalgam of Seduction
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The second boss you encounter ingame. Agamemnus is an Abomination comprised of four "siblings". In order from left to right, the heads are named Paris, Pandora, Ulysses. Should you fail to charm any of them in their Dating Sim-esque game, the fourth sibling, Patroclus, will come out of hiding.
- Abhorrent Admirer: Troy isn't very happy if he ends up with Patroclus.
- Butter Face: Patroclus is ugly even by abomination standards. His anime form is hideous enough, but his regular form is even worse.
- Cyclops: Paris and Patroclus have only one eye.
- Desperately Craves Affection: Patroclus is more than happy to take Troy for himself if the other three siblings don't want him.
- Don't You Dare Pity Me!: Ulysses doesn't like it when anyone pities him.
- Facial Horror: Pandora has what looks like a huge, gnarled, X-shaped scar where both of their eyes would normally go.
- Kindhearted Cat Lover: Pandora is fond of cats, even owning a couple named Hades and Persephone.
- Leitmotif: All three share the same melody, but with vastly different instrumentation. Paris' uses a saxophone, Pandora's sounds like it would fit in with a traditional dating sim, and Ulysses' uses an electric guitar.
- Multiple Head Case: Agamemnus is made up of four separate creatures sharing a single body. Predictably, all three of its heads have separate personalities - Paris the lover, Pandora the genius, and Ulysses the energetic storyteller. The fourth, Patroclus, is abhorred by the three, and is kept hidden away. Oh, and you also get to date each of the beings comprising Agamemnus too, complete with an Animesque Art Shift.
- Scary Teeth: If the player gives a bad answer to Ulysses, his eyes will turn white and his mouth will turn into sharp, triangular teeth. Played for laughs, as this is a very common anime gag.
- Telepathy: An ability which Agamemnus has (or, at least Pandora). It's used to decipher Troy's identity, and it's also the explanation for Meat and Greet's time limit.
- Too Many Mouths: Pandora has a second mouth on their forehead.
- The Prankster: Ulysses is fond of pranks.
Morpheus, the Feeble Puppeteer (Unmarked Spoilers)
The final boss you encounter in the game, he is the younger brother of Amadeus the Firstborn. After defeating the Metaphorical Duck, said Duck swallows our heroes and inside of its stomach, it's revealed that this fellow was the one controlling it.
- Man Behind The Curtain: He was the one controlling the Metaphorical Duck that attacks Troy within his hallucination.
- Dimensional Traveler: Morpheus is capable of travelling across dimensions, according to his Steam Trading Card info.
- Meaningful Name: Morpheus is the name of a Greek god associated with sleep and dreams, a fitting name for a boss encountered within a hallucination.
- Too Many Mouths: Morpheus has a second mouth underneath his actual face.