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Master Hand

First appearance: "flashbacks"
The Master of Ceremonies of the Super Smash Bros. universe, Master Hand shows up every now and then within the world of SMG4's bloopers to cause everyone to fight each other.
  • Asshole Victim: His brainwashing by Waluigi is shown to be extremely horrific and painful. That being said, you can't say that he doesn't deserve some of it since most of his screen time shows him to be thoroughly abusive to his workers, as well as using his powers for sadistic purposes. The joy he seems to take in rejecting Waluigi from being playable in Smash Bros. during "Waluigi's Time" (the ultimate cause of Waluigi's Start of Darkness, mind you) also doesn't help.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Master Hand's specialty is brainwashing others into fighting each other.
    • He himself has become this under Waluigi's control in "The Mario Convention".
  • Fake Shemp: Most of his sound effects come from the Headless Horseless Headmann and not his own game. This is most likely because of what little voice clips from his source games there are to work with.
  • Handicapped Badass: No pun intended. Master Hand is confined to a wheelchair in The New Smash Bros, so he fills it with weapons to "keep it fair".
  • Hoist by His Own Petard:
    • He berates Ganondorf for not finishing Mario off - Ganondorf's Final Smash is what defeats him.
    • He rejected Waluigi from Smash Bros, unlocking Waluigi's power and becoming a victim of said power twice.
  • Jerkass Gods: Pretty godly in terms of power, and certainly not a nice fellow.
  • Laughing Mad: Most of his dialogue is accompanied by the Horseless Headless Horsemann's laughter.
  • Let's You and Him Fight: Enjoys pitting characters against each other regardless of morality.
  • Reality Warper: Among other things, he can Mass Teleport people.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: His constant rejections of Waluigi being in Smash Bros. lead the man to discover The Power of Rejection. This then leads to Waluigi being rejected again, causing him to unleash a zombie plague-like virus in the very next episode (that even infects Master Hand). Oh, and unleash the apocalypse as well, brainwashing Hand in the process. Good job.
  • White Gloves: He's a disembodied white-gloved hand.
  • The Worf Effect: At least twice.
    • Waluigi during his arc utterly trounces Master Hand and manages to enslave him.
    • Sans manages to survive everything Master Hand throws at him, taunts him constantly, and then completely eviscerates the oversized glove with his Gravity Master abilities and bone attacks.


First appearance: "the mystery of the chest"
The main character of his namesake series. In the SMG4 universe, though, he can cause problems for other people. He gains a small role in "The Wacky Wario bros.: the Winning Ticket." and "Shoot to the Observatory in the sky" and acts as a Deuteragonist in "Kirby Phones Home" and "If Mario Was In... Kirby Star Allies".
  • Ax-Crazy: Not the craziest character by far, but he does chase down and shoots King Dedede in "Mario Battle Royale".
  • Big Eater: Well, it is Kirby.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Building on the above, he eats not only real food but parts of buildings and people too.
  • Farts on Fire: "POOP MODE" which turns Kirby into a rocket engine.
  • Food-O-Vision: Imagines Waluigi's rubber duck and Rosalina's portal generator as a plate of fried chicken and a lollipop, respectively.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: He annoys the Wario Bros. a lot by inhaling Waluigi's rubber ducky and Wario's lottery ticket, and he even bazookas and crash lands the Comet Observatory on Earth just by swallowing a wormhole generator.
  • Power Copying: A trait he retained from his canon version, absorbing Toad's obnoxiousness and Mario's fatness and love of spaghetti before spitting them out.
  • The Bus Came Back: Returned in "If Mario Was In... Kirby Star Allies" after a long absence.

Old Man Hobo

Voiced by: Luke (The 12 idiots of christmas)
First appearance: "war of the fat italians 2011"
A recurring side character based on the sprite of the infamous Old Man from Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen while laying down.

Crazy Raisin Lady

First appearance: "super mario 64 Christmas special 2011" (SMG4)
"Guards N' Retards - the butt ninja" (Guards N' Retards)
Click here to see her as a GoldenEye model 
A crazy old woman obsessed with raisins. She appears in the Guards N Retards series as well as "The Wacky Wario bros.: the Winning Ticket." as a GoldenEye (1997) model and in the main SMG4 series as a Pokémon sprite. See this page for her presence in the Guards 'n Retards series.


First appearance: "world of craftmine"
Click here to see Captain Steve 
The main character of Minecraft who makes frequent appearances alongside the Mario characters in the bloopers.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Stealing his chickens. Or any of his farm products.
    • Never say Minecraft is a bad game in front of him unless you want a fight, as Mario learned the hard way in "Mario VS Steve".
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Despite his idiocy rivaling, if not surpassing Mario's, he's strong enough to punch an industrial crane a fair distance, and can go Super Saiyan 3 when sufficiently pissed off.
  • Borrowed Catchphrase: His catchphrase is "Hi guys!", just like the happy-go-lucky Piranha Plant from Bowser's Kingdom who has the same name.
  • Dark Horse Victory: Despite having the slowest "Yoshi" of the racers, he wins due to the other competitors getting distracted through fights while on the track.
  • A Day in the Limelight: He's a central character in "Meet the Steve" and "Mario VS Steve".
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Picked a fight with Mario across the cosmos all because Mario thought Minecraft sucked.
  • "Freaky Friday" Flip: With Mario in "Mineswap", causing him to become a Mario Palette Swap.
  • Out of Focus: He was one of the main characters early on in the bloopers, but he's more of a minor gag character nowadays.
  • President Evil: In "Ssenmodnar 9", he is a president doing wrong stuff like calling the wrong number & even blowing up Toad's house!
  • The Speechless: Steve has almost no written dialogue; almost all his current voices have been provided through voice clips. The only exception to this was in "Super Mario Attorney".
  • Too Dumb to Live: He confuses a complex piece of machinery for chocolate.
  • Took a Level in Badass: During "Mario Gladiators", where he's the penultimate foe Mario has to face. Steve builds a fortress to hide in and shoot at Mario. He isn't a good shot, but he does have an army of chickens with crossbows that shoot at Mario for him.
    • Subverted later on. When Mario catches him off guard (playing Minecraft) Steve does nothing but attempt to ban Mario and gets a sword to the face.
    • The level of badass carries over to the next blooper, "The Mario Mafia". During the final battle, Steve disguised as a maid manages to deliver a Curb-Stomp Battle to four Koopalings and Bowser Jr.
    • Said badass-ery makes a return in "Mario Goes to the Fridge...". Despite otherwise being a banjo-strumming farmer, he gets Toad of all people to back away from the milk.
    • He manages to defeat Mario completely and utterly in "Mario VS Steve", giving him a Super Saiyan 3-assisted beatdown and vaporizing him. This is after fighting with Mario throughout the entire video and tanking the moon crashing into the Mushroom Kingdom with no visible damage!
  • The Unintelligible: In "SM64: Cooking with mario and bowser 3!".


First appearance: "my best friend slenderman"
The main character of The Slender Man Mythos and a Humanoid Abomination who happens to share an Odd Friendship with Mario.

The Mercs

First appearance: "How to make spaghetti (20,000 subs)" (Heavy)
"If Mario was in...Team Fortress 2" (the others)
The mercenaries from the weird, wonderful Team Fortress 2. While a few of them have had appearances in earlier episodes, they got their first starring role in If Mario Was In... Team Fortress 2.


First appearance: "Cooking with Bowser & Mario 2!"
The main character of his namesake series. He was created when Mario added a Super Mushroom to a batch of unfinished Tubby Custard.

Albus Dumbledore

First appearance: "Spells n' Wiztards"
The head teacher at Hobowarts Academy.

Rubeus Hagrid

First appearance: "Spells n' Wiztards"
"You're a wizard!"
A bearded man who invites SMG4 to Hobowarts Academy.
  • Big Bad: In "Bendy and the Spaghetti Machine".
  • Fake Shemp: Has (of all characters) Princess Peach's voice in "The Wacky Wario bros: Money Mayhem".
  • Mistaken Identity: In his first appearance, Toad mistakes him for Santa Claus and attacks him for not giving him his Christmas present last year.
  • Running Gag: He constantly tells everyone that they're wizards.


First appearance: "Spells n' Wiztards"
"You're my favorite deputy! DIE BITCH!!!
One of the main characters of the Toy Story series, who continually makes recurring appearances throughout the series.
  • Adaptational Villainy: He's often depicted as an outright psychopath, in stark contrast to his home series, where he is an undisputed hero.
  • Ass Shove: He's been on both ends:
    • In "Mario vs Wild", after managing to beat the Sniper in a fight, he bends him over, tells him to "reach for the stars" and shoves his fingers in.
    • After threatening Meggy in "Wild, Wild Mario", he finds himself on the receiving end via courtesy of Mario and a ketchup bottle.
  • Fake Shemp: He often speaks through recycled clips from Toy Story.
  • Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: Wants to make his enemies "Reach for the sky!"
  • Your Size May Vary: He's the size of an average adult human since Garry's Mod lacks a model of his actual size.

The Animatronics

First appearance: "Freddy's spaghettiria"
From left to right: Bonnie, Freddy, and Chica.note 
The five living animatronics from Five Nights at Freddy's that Mario winds up with in one of his pursuits for spaghetti. Later joined by the rest of the cast.
  • Ax-Crazy: Don't let them catch you cheating. Or interrupting their performance, or criticizing them, or...
  • Attempted Rape: Freddy attempts this on Mario in the first hour once Mario traps himself in a storage closet in search for spaghetti. Mario then chucks a nearby Chica head at Freddy, then bails for the door. Bonnie is later shown chasing Justin Bieber down a hallway. Bonnie tries this again in Freddy's Ultimate Custom Spaghetteria, this time to Mario.
  • Belly Mouth: Parodied in one scene where an open jaw is placed on Chica's stomach and Chica pretends to feed it pizza.
  • Berserk Button: They'll go crazy if they catch you "cheating", such as using an Amp to recharge the power of the office.
    • Mangle gets mad when her singing isn't complimented. Even though it's absolutely awful.
    • Do NOT interrupt them during their downtime, or whilst they're watching a performance. Every single animatronic bumrushed Mario after he knocked over Rockstar Freddy during his performance, and only the 6:00AM chime saved him.
  • Big Bads: The main four of Freddy's Spaghetteria, however they become...
    • The Return to Freddy's Spaghetteria, Revenge of Freddy's Spaghetteria and Freddy's Ultimate Custom Spaghetteria.
  • Big Eater: The entire cast, especially Chica, are crazy over pizza. It even escalates to the point that they'll all fight over a single slice.
  • Bowdlerise: According to Word of God, the four main animatronics are not out to kill Mario, but are trying to force him to order pizza instead of spaghetti.
    • The majority of the animatronics Mario (and Luigi) encounter are all noticeably less horrifying then their game of origin, and they won't try to attack Mario every time he's right there in the open. The only ones to still retain their original scare factors are Golden Freddy, Springtrap (in the third video) and the Funtime Animatronics.
  • Catchphrase: Many throughout the videos they show up in with the most famous being Chica's "PIZZA!".
  • Dragon-in-Chief: Golden Freddy to Freddy in Freddy's Spaghetteria.
  • Dreadful Musician: Mangle's singing is so bad, everything gets set on fire. The Rockstar Animatronics count as well, though the other animatronics seem to enjoy their music.
  • Enemy Mine: In order to take down the Toy Animatronics, Mario enlists their help.
  • Jump Scare: Golden Freddy scares Mario when the latter reaches the spaghetti the former offered, but with a close-up of Toad rather than his actual face. The game then crashes and switches to a dream about SMG4's version of the Bite of '87.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Golden Freddy in the first Spaghettiria. He's just as serious and silent as his official self — simply arriving, Mind Raping the guard (Mario), then leaving. He's also the only one absent during Mario's eventual Roaring Rampage of Revenge, thus avoiding any Rule of Funny comeuppance. Springtrap also lacks as many funny moments as the other animatronics, and even turns Mario into an animatronic (though it's downplayed in Custom). In Custom the role of this goes to Circus Baby, who almost captures Mario before he escapes with the aid of Trash and the Gang.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: When Mario accidentally ruins the performance near the end of Custom, this line gets delivered.
  • Shout-Out
  • Swapped Roles: In comparison to usual Five Nights at Freddy's fare, Chica winds up angering Mario so much that he and Freddy are running for their lives from Mario. Soon enough, Freddy finds himself hiding in the Office while Mario kills Chica in the left hallway, leading to Freddy checking the security cameras and handling the doors much like the Player in Five Nights. He gets Jump Scared by Mario with a wide-opened jaw and responds by shutting the doors with Mario hanging right outside, but then the power goes out, and Mario comes in for the kill.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: They all have a thing for pizza, especially Chica.

William "The Purple Man" Afton

First appearance: "Return to Freddy's spaghetteria"
The Big Bad of the Five Nights at Freddy's series and the bloopers Return to Freddy's Spaghettiria and Revenge of Freddy's Spaghettria.

The Villager

First appearance: "Can the Villager come out to play?"
The Villager who hails from Animal Crossing, but beware. He is nothing like his game counterpart.

Kermit The Frog

First appearance: "How to Get dem Coins"
The leader of The Muppets.


First appearance: "Can Ganondorf come out to play?"
"Ow! My ovaries!"
A sewer wizard that uses a Garo model from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Mario and Luigi first meet him in "Can Ganondorf Come Out to Play?" He's obsessed with fame, money and getting the most screentime in his appearances. He speaks in the "WillFromAfar" text to speech voice from Acapella. Despite his humorous Butt-Monkey status, Bob has proven he can be a downright repulsive, self-admitted bastard if he isn't given the attention he wants.

Joe Boopkins

First appearance: "Stupid Mario Kart"
Fishy Boopkins's father. He's basically a giant version of Octodad with Cthulhu's head. Anger him at your own risk. His name was revealed to be Joe in an episode of Hobo Theatre in Hobo Bros.

Meggy Spletzer

First appearance: "If Mario was in... Splatoon"
Click here to see her appearance as of "SMG4: Final Hours" 
A female Inkling that Mario allegedly captured in a paint bucket, causing her to run amok and flee into a manhole that leads to Inkopolis, taking Mario along with her. She completes in Turf War tournaments with her team, the SplatSquad. She was very popular in her debut episode and quickly became an Ensemble Dark Horse. After her reappearance in "MARIO'S CHALLENGE", she was promoted to main character status and has made regular appearances since then.
  • Absurd Phobia: Meggy is flat-out terrified of anime, after the events of "Mario waits for pizza". "Mario Saves Anime" reveals that all Inklings hate anime and Meggy's phobia runs in her DNA.
  • The Ace: Strongly established as such in-universe and out of it. Even Mario sees her as this.
  • Action Girl: Naturally, since she comes from the world of Splatoon. Sometimes averted, depending on the video.
  • Adorkable: Particularly when she's just learning what Christmas is, or how to cook.
  • Affirmative Action Girl: The first new female character to become a regular.
  • Animation Bump: She and some of the other Inklings have very noticeably advanced character movements and animations compared to Mario and other SMG4 staples.
  • Antagonist in Mourning: More of a hero's version of mourning for her rival. Yes, Desti was a pain in the ass, but when she was impaled by Sephiroth, Meggy is understandably horrified. Especially considering Desti had been warming up to Mario and friends up until this point, as well as showing a softer and more heroic side to herself.
  • Asexual: Agrees that love is dumb and complicated, as shown in "Mario's Valentine Advice".
  • Ax-Crazy: Downplayed compared to some of the other characters, but it's there. Mostly when she's shooting things.
  • Badass Adorable: Cooler and cuter than even the average Inkling.
  • Badass in Distress: Becomes this in "The Splatfest Incident", where she is kidnapped by a shadowy assailant. We later find out that Francis of the Anime Cartel is responsible.
  • Badass Normal: As a human, she's just as capable of an Action Girl as before despite losing her squid form. Even as an Inkling, she very rarely used her squid form, and there was nothing she could do that a typical Inkling also couldn't do. Regardless, she remains a force to be reckoned with because her athleticism and combat skills are just THAT good.
  • Berserk Button: Do not lie to her or try to con her. Wario found this out the hard way.
    • Another is utterly failing to speak her language. Mario received a chair to the face for that.
    • Dissing her skills is another one. Same with her voice.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's a nice person, but if her Berserk Button gets pressed, watch out.
  • Big "NO!": She lets out an extremely anguished one seconds after Desti is impaled from behind by Sephiroth.
  • Breakout Character: She became so popular upon her debut that she quickly became a major character in the series.
  • Break the Badass: To put it bluntly, Meggy had it rough in the Anime Arc.
    • When she was training her friends for Splatfest in "Meggy's Bootcamp", she was being way too hard on them, letting her insecurities and desire to win get the better of her. She feels so bad about going overboard that she breaks down in tears in front of everyone—the very first time she cried genuine tears. Her friends forgive her and encourage her to keep training them, and her nicer training session was a success—then her rival Desti steals her weapons from her.
    • After her weapons were retrieved, she was ready to finally conquer Splatfest. But her plans get interrupted when she gets kidnapped by Francis, who intends to use her and all the other Inklings he's kidnapped to create an army of waifus. This process involves putting her in a machine that would drain her ink, slowly and painfully killing her. Even after she was finally saved from the machine, she was still very weak.
    • Worst of all, she had to watch Desti get impaled in "World War Mario". Meggy's rival had not only gotten closer to Mario and Co., but she also fought tooth and nail to take Francis down and rescue her rival. She was even starting to bond with Meggy too, even believing she will be a champion, only to get murdered for her troubles. In addition, Meggy feels responsible for Desti's death, and at her funeral, breaks down in tears a second time.
  • Broken Ace: Meggy was initially portrayed as someone who succeeds in almost everything she does. Even her flaws of being unable to swim and cook were mostly downplayed (all Inklings cannot swim and her cooking skills weren't helped by Mario being her first teacher). However, "Meggy's Bootcamp" reveals that despite her natural talent, she still hasn't won a single Splatfest and she's extremely self-conscious of that. She subsequently takes her frustrations out on her friends whenever the time to train for Splatfest arrives, which makes her feel even worse as she fears that she might drive them away for good.
    • Made even worse at the end of "Final Hours" during Desti's funeral, where she feels if she'd been better, her rival wouldn't have been killed - shortly after saying this, she breaks down in tears. Even a full month after the funeral, she still can't get over her grief and tries bottling it all up, which goes as expected and reveals her inability to move on from Desti's death.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Isn't above Groin Attacks and Sneak Attacks — particularly in "Wild, Wild Mario."
  • Competition Freak: Especially when it comes to Splatfests, or any kind of shooting competition.
  • Cool Car: Drives one shaped like a Splatoon squid.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: When in position of being a shooter of any kind with any kind of gun, she is quite powerful. However, when she has to do something else like cooking, vertical platforming with far platforms, stealth or swimming, then her flaws become more prevalent. Although to be fair, her ability to not swim is shared among other inklings.
  • Crusading Lawyer: Sure, it was just a college exam, but the fact that she not only defended Mario of all people, but managed to catch the real culprit shows that you definitely want Meggy on your side. She also managed to defend and save Mario's life from the Chungus tribe.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Unlike Mario's other subordinates in "The Mario Mafia," she's completely unafraid of his Jack Bauer Interrogation Technique; she just rolls her eyes in boredom and asks if she can go home.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: She and Tari start out as rivals in "The Mario Carnival", but when Tari shows off her Improbable Aiming Skills and destroys Meggy in a shooting contest, Meggy is amazed and they instantly become friends.
  • Designated Girl Fight: With Wendy O'Koopa in "The Mario Mafia". Naturally, Meggy wins.
    • Battles against Tari in "The Mario Carnival" in a shooting competition.
  • Determinator: Knock her down, she gets back up again ready to conquer any challenges that come her way. Desti notes that this trait is why she chose Meggy as her rival in the first place.
  • The Dragon: Appears to be Don Mario's bodyguard and main lieutenant in "The Mario Mafia."
  • Dreadful Musician: Bob compares her voice to "screeching metal". Then again, it's Bob, so his comment should be taken with a grain of salt.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: Turns into this in the aptly titled "Meggy's Bootcamp", putting Mario, Luigi, and Tari through Training from Hell during her obsession with winning Splatfest. She drops it after realizing how awful she is being to her friends, taking on a more supportive role instead... though she seems to have slipped back into the mindset by the end of "There's Something Up With Meggy...".
  • Driven to Madness: Taking the internet away so she can't watch Splatfests anymore led to her, Tari and Saiko forming a gang and attacking anyone that comes near in Mad Mario.
  • Everyone Has Standards:
    • Though an Action Girl through and through, she doesn't always resort to violence. In "Mario and the Diss Track", when Mario suggests smashing Bob with a baseball bat for making the particular diss track, Meggy gives him an unimpressed look. Twice.
    • Despite her phobia of anime, she supports overturning the anime ban once she learns that Saiko isn't legally allowed back into the Mushroom Kingdom because of it.
    • While playing cops and robbers with Meggy and Tari in "A Day in the Life of Everyone", Saiko goes crazy with her weapon, trashing everything in Meggy's apartment. Meggy—who is quite a Trigger Happy Gun Nut herself—asks Saiko to stop.
  • Excessive Mourning: Has fallen into this after Desti's passing, to the point where she's still grieving for her rival a full month after the incident and undergoes Sanity Slippage trying to keep her emotions bottled up.
  • Fainting:
  • Fake Shemp: At times, she uses Callie and Marie's voice clips for the sake of variety, and those of the Octoling enemies from the first game. As of "Meggy's Bootcamp", Pearl's clips are used as well.
  • Fatal Flaw:
    • Her overeagerness has led her to take out a target with brute force and overwhelming firepower. Of course, now she's just revealed herself to the enemies...
    • Her competitive spirit often causes her to become overzealous when it comes to training, which usually leads to trouble whenever she ropes her friends into joining her. Meggy often pushes her teammates way too hard and is extremely harsh when they fail to meet her personal high standards. "Meggy's Bootcamp" reveals that this overly competitive desire stems from her self-esteem being damaged by her failures in the Splatfests, and her guilt over treating her friends like crap only makes her feel worse.
    • She keeps her real emotions hidden behind a confident mask, bottling all of them up. When her suppressed emotions become too much to handle she lashes out at anyone nearby, which only makes her undergo Heroic Self Depreciation, which she tries to hide by bottling her emotions up... "Meggy's Bootcamp" and "There's Something Up With Meggy..." show the effects of this, with Meggy having a Heel Realisation in both episodes before running away and when confronted, breaking down in tears or shutting down entirely.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: She starts out wanting nothing to do with Mario, only giving the bumbling plumber the time of day because he accidentally incapacitated Heavy Squid, and she needed a fourth team member. When Mario proves to be much more dependable and kind than he initially seemed, they become friends.
  • Forgot About His Powers: Even for an Inkling, Meggy is rarely, if ever, seen in her squid form or shooting ink.
  • Foreshadowing: Mixed with irony, in Meggy's Bootcamp, she claims that she is "losing sight of herself." At the end of Final Hours, she ends up literally becoming a different species as a result of the Arc.
  • Girls with Guns: Often seen wielding a firearm as her Weapon of Choice - then again, she is from Splatoon.
  • Graceful Loser: Even though she takes competition very seriously and is often a Sore Loser, there are times where she takes losing in stride, as we've seen in "The Xmas Discovery" and "The Mario Carnival".
  • Gun Nut: To say she goes a little gun-crazy would be an understatement.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • "Mario University" reveals that her dream goal is to become a lawyer, which she's shown to be quite skilled at when she has to defend Mario in court as part of a college exam.
    • Beneath the mask of a cheerful, confident and competitive young girl is an insecure person who pushes herself to ridiculous lengths in order to prove her own self-worth, yet is terrified of losing sight of everything and everyone she holds dear.
  • Heroic BSoD:
    • Enters one whenever the topic of anime is brought up. Probably because she's reminded of being forced to watch anime in "Mario waits for pizza".
    • After realizing what a jerk she was being to her friends in "Meggy's Bootcamp", she sulks away to be by herself, and has a complete emotional breakdown when Mario gets her to open up about her fear of driving her friends away in her obsession to win the Splatfest. Thanks to her friends' support, she comes out of it.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: She pushes Mario out of the way of an exploding T-pose mushroom given by Waluigi in The Mario Convention. She was also willing to sacrifice her ink to save her friends in "Final Hours".
  • Heroic Self-Deprecation: Views herself as a disappointment after spending two years in a row without winning a single Splatfest despite all her hard training, and feels undeserving of her friends for taking her frustrations out on them during training. Goes through this again during Desti's funeral.
  • Honor Before Reason: In The Mario Showdown, despite having the upper hand outnumbering and outgunning Desti's gang, Meggy accepts an all or nothing gamble via a one on one duel against her rival. This is immediately subverted when Meggy cheats.
  • Huge Schoolgirl: Meggy is quite tall for a typical teenage Inkling. Taller than Mario, even.
  • Humanity Ensues: After the events of the Anime Arc, she's completely drained of her ink within Francis's Ink Zuccer 2000, which (somehow) turns her into a human.
  • Implausible Deniability: Prone to this whenever she messes up big time.
  • Insistent Terminology: She and Saiko didn't steal that fire truck, they borrowed it.
  • Irony: Despite being weak to water, her paint gun apparently has a water setting on it.
  • Jerkass Realization:
    • In "If Mario Was In... Splatoon 2", Meggy pushes Mario extra hard in her determination to win the Splatfest, and the two end up getting into a fight. When Mario runs off, Meggy seems to realize she was too hard on him later though and decides to loosen up.
    • Throughout the Anime Arc, Meggy gets increasingly frustrated at her friends for not taking their Splatfest training seriously. It all culminates in "Meggy's Bootcamp", where she turns into a Drill Sergeant Nasty and puts Mario, Luigi, and Tari through a Training from Hell. Halfway through, she realizes she's gone too far and is driven into a Heroic BSoD, reasoning that there's no point in winning if she loses her friends.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: Her human form, according to Mario.
  • Late-Arrival Spoiler: Her human form was originally part of a shocking twist at the end of the Anime Arc. As part of a channel revamp, SMG4 updated the banner in July 2019, prominently featuring it.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Has a habit of rushing into battles at times. As "Final Fantasy Mario" shows, this can get the rest of the crew in quite a pickle.
  • Leitmotif: Music from Splatoon is used in a lot of her scenes, though "Splattack!" deserves special mention.
  • Lethal Chef: Not very good at cooking. Her first attempt created... something, and her second doesn't go much better, setting the kitchen (and eventually, the entire mansion) on fire. The fact that Mario, a Lethal Chef himself, was the first person to introduce her to cooking doesn't help.
  • Like Brother and Sister: To Mario. Made more clear in the Anime Arc; as Mario takes her (seeming) Heroic Sacrifice the hardest, and later during the funeral scene reassures her that he'll always have Meggy's back, no matter what.
  • Morality Pet: Bit of a stretch, but Mario isn't nearly as much of a jerk around Meggy as he is with the other characters, and even when he does get into fights with her, it's mostly just friendly competition.
  • More Dakka: A huge fan of using this. To be fair, it works most of the time.
  • A Mother to Her Men: What she aims to be. Sure, she can go overboard with her training for Splatfests, but make no mistake, she cares about her team.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: She has this reaction in "Meggy's Bootcamp" after realizing that her obsession with winning Splatfest after two consecutive losses has turned her into a complete Jerkass towards her friends, resulting in her having an emotional breakdown complete with tears: the first time she's outright cried besides simply shedding a tear.
  • Nice Girl: One of the friendliest characters in the series. She even sticks up for Mario in "New Year, New Mario" when Mario says that he wants to lose weight for his New Year's Resolution. That said, she does have her breaking points.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a salmon-colored beanie with headphones and a pair of goggles.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: Is the "In Between" part of a trio with Tari and Saiko. She's more often than not a Nice Girl, but her Trigger Happy Gun Nut tendencies and competitive streak means she's not a pushover in the same way that Tari is.
  • The Nicknamer: She calls Mario "Red".
  • Non-Standard Character Design: A variation in that it applies to how she's animated: while everyone else's ragdolls are contorted and positioned to look as ridiculous as possible, Meggy is carefully animated using Henry's Animation Tool, resulting in unusually smooth, flowing animation. Even her basic look is a bit more detailed than the Inkling Girl from Splatoon. That said, sometimes she's animated in GMod instead. Taken Up to Eleven after she becomes a human girl.
  • Odd Friendship: With Mario and friends.
  • Only Sane Woman: If Sonic isn't around, she's serving this role.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business:
    • She agrees to take Boopkins to a "sexy maid" cafe, despite her phobia of anime, just to try and break him out of his Heroic BSoD in "The Melancholy of Fishy Boopkins".
    • She is normally a Nice Girl, but grabs the Jerkass Ball hard whenever a Splatfest is around the corner, with her obsession with winning becoming all that matters. This leads her to get into unexpectedly harsh fights with her friends for failing to keep up the pace, first in "If Mario Was in... Splatoon 2", and again in "Meggy's Bootcamp". In the latter episode, she fully acknowledges that her bad attitude has become too big of an issue to ignore, and she becomes much more relaxed and friendly again.
    • "There's Something Up With Meggy" goes overboard with this, from Meggy Squeeing over Tari's duck and asking to buy it, being entirely focused on building a treehouse instead of training and attacking Mario and Luigi when they try and talk with her. Luigi even lampshades the latter two.
  • Phoneaholic Teenager: Always carries a phone shaped like an Inkling's squid form, and is often seen texting on it.
  • Serious Business: Splatfests. She is obsessed with training for them. This gets deconstructed when she gets into a huge fight with Mario in "If Mario Was in... Splatoon 2" for not taking it as seriously as her, and turns into a Drill Sergeant Nasty in "Meggy's Bootcamp" to whip her friends into shape. She finally drops this behavior when she realizes she's taking her frustrations towards her losing streak out on her friends.
  • Sore Loser: True to Splatoon, she tends to take losing unwell. Averted in "The Mario Carnival", where it leads to Defeat Means Friendship with Tari.
  • Squee!: Over Tari's shooting skills, right after Tari destroys her in a shooting competition.
  • Super Drowning Skills: Being an Inkling, she cannot swim, which she re-discovered in "Stupid Mario Sports Mix" after some time of seemingly forgetting she was even an Inkling. She can only swim after Bowser offers her a pool float... which she's not happy about in the slightest.
    • The Minecraft Plague demonstrates that this no longer applies after turning human, and she can now swim just fine.
  • Tears of Remorse: Ink-like tears, at that, after she yells at her friends in "Meggy's Bootcamp". Besides shedding tears at some points, this is the first time she's all-out cried, making this Serious Business.
  • Technicolor Eyes: They were cyan in her debut, then changed to pink/purple in subsequent appearances. They were originally orange in the very game she's from.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Tomboy to Tari's Girly Girl.
  • Trigger Happy: Very much so.
  • Weapon of Choice: She uses the Splattershot, though she has been seen to use a Roller too. "Stupid Mario Sports Mix" shows she's also skilled with archery.
  • Youthful Freckles: She gets these after turning into a human.


First appearance: "If Mario was in...Baldi's Basics"
A math teacher who is very good at his job. Or so it seems. Tends to chase after people with a ruler if they get one of his problems wrong.


First appearance: "If Mario was in...Splatoon 2"
Meggy's Octoling rival.
  • Aborted Arc: At the end of her debut episode, she tells Cap'n Cuttlefish to join her team, and he agrees. However, her future appearances wouldn't carry on with this team-up.
  • Alpha Bitch: She is this in spades when first introduced, and has the look to match.
  • Arch-Enemy: Originally Meggy and Desti considered themselves as this, but after "Mario and the Experiment" they mellow out into friendly rivals later on.
  • Attention Whore: She gets upset when Meggy doesn't recognize her, even though they literally just met.
  • Bad Boss: She's quite willing to push her teammates out of her way or into harm's way to save her own skin in a battle.
  • Bait-and-Switch Boss: After the anime ban has been lifted, it seemed all that was left was taking Desti and her team on at Splatfest before the Anime Arc can be over. Instead, Meggy doesn't even show up, leaving her friends to worry. And even Desti was so unsatisfied by Bob's poor performance as a substitute that she helps Mario and Co. look for her.
  • Big Ego, Hidden Depths: Once thought to be an arrogant Flat Character bordering on Hate Sink, a major chunk of the Anime Arc is dedicated to fleshing out Desti's character.
    • It's clear that she enjoys the rivalry that she has with Meggy and cares for Meggy... in her own way. She actually expresses disappointment in "The Mario Showdown" when it seems that Meggy may have given up on getting her weapons back, and is also shocked when it looks like Meggy was about to drop her weapons in their one-on-one duel. In "The Splatfest Incident" she also shows a clear concern for Meggy's safety once she gets kidnapped, pragmatic claims aside.
    • "The Inkling Disappearances" reveals that she's actually warmed up to Mario and the others and cares for them to some extent. She even makes peace with Saiko despite the two of them coming to blows in "The Splatfest Incident". Unfortunately, almost immediately after she admits that, she's kidnapped by an ink-powered Godzilla.
    • In "World War Mario", she of all people snaps Axol out of his funk when he laments that he's caused nothing but trouble to the people he considered friends, due to Francis stealing Ink Weaver.
    Axol: Emo fish are a lot wiser than you look.
  • The Bus Came Back: She finally makes her second appearance in "Meggy's Bootcamp", even lampshading it by saying it's been a while.
  • Character Death: The first established character in SMG4's series to permanently die. The Bob-ombs in "Tale of a bob-omb" were exclusive to that video, and therefore don't count.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: She's still as cocky as can be, but grows closer to Mario and co. the more time she spends with them.
  • Dirty Coward: She steals Meggy's weapons and calls it legitimate, but when she's cornered by Meggy, Mario, Luigi and Tari as well as the rest of the gang who have come back from Japan she tries to talk Meggy into fighting her one-on-one "to make things fair".
  • Enemy Mine: When Meggy goes missing, Desti volunteers to help her friends find her. Later forms one with Meggy herself when they fight the Anime Cartel.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Despite being perfectly willing to cheat and take unfair advantages against her opponent, once she finds out that Meggy didn't show up for the Splatfest, she willingly helps Mario and the gang look for her, because she admits that beating them without Meggy wouldn't be satisfying.
  • Faux Affably Evil: She sweetly tries to persuade Mario to join her team, but when he refuses, the facade quickly drops.
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Gives one to Axol when the latter is ready to give up against Francis and his goons despite there being a clear opportunity for them to escape.
  • Girls with Guns: A female Octoling able to hold her own in a gunfight.
  • Go Out with a Smile: The last smile Desti ever made was the sad one she gave Meggy after Sephiroth gutted her from behind.
  • Hoist by Her Own Petard: While trying to defend her hideout from Mario and the gang, the water from Blastoise's Hydro Pump attack deflects one of her grenades back into her weapon, causing it to blow her up.
    • After crowing about cheating being a legitimate strategy, she's defeated with her philosophy when Meggy cheats in their one-on-one fight to beat her.
  • Hypocrite: Despite endorsing cheating, she gets upset when Meggy cheats in their duel.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: How she dies in World War Mario. After defeating a drawing of Sephiroth made by Francis, she begins to comment on how easy it was winning... then a sword's blade juts out from her gut. Francis made another replica of Sephiroth that stabbed her from behind, creating a tragic scene that greatly mirrors that of the canon Sephiroth stabbing Aerith through the back in Final Fantasy VII. The episode ends with her collapsing to the ground, but not before giving Meggy a Last Request while smiling sadly.
  • Interim Villain: She has no connection whatsoever to The Anime Arc's story, but is fought in the middle of it to provide some action.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's pretty arrogant, cares very little about her teammates and isn't a stranger to using foul play to get what she wants. That said, throughout the Anime Arc, it is shown that she does care about Meggy and their rivalry; she is one of the prime helpers in finding her once she's been kidnapped, and makes playful banter with her while fighting off Francis's goons. She even admits that she's grown fond of Mario and Co. throughout the whole experience.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: In "The Splatfest Incident". While it was too early to tell if he actually did it, she's right that Axol should be a prime suspect for kidnapping Meggy considering his background and the motivation that he'd have for doing it. That said, she offers a sincere apology to him when it turns out he's innocent.
  • Kick the Dog:
    • In "If Mario Was In...Splatoon 2", she tries to forcibly recruit Mario to her team solely to spite Meggy.
    • In "Meggy's Bootcamp," she steals Meggy's weapons right before Splatfest and is perfectly willing to open fire on Meggy, Tari and the Mario Brothers (all unarmed) when they come to her hideout to get them back.
  • Killed Off for Real: Desti is impaled by a replica of Sephiroth in World War Mario, and dies from the attack. The end of Final Hours is dedicated to Desti's funeral. This is the first time in the series that a character with development has actually been killed off, making her death rather poignant.
  • Last Request: After being impaled by Sephiroth, she gives Meggy a sad smile and tells her this before collapsing to the ground:
    Desti: You better win Splatfest for me, okay?
  • Malicious Misnaming: She always gets Mario's name wrong, probably on purpose.
  • Mauve Shirt: What she essentially became in the Anime Arc, returning after she hadn't appeared in any episode ten months prior to the arc (said episode being her debut episode) and fleshed out characterization, only to be dramatically killed off.
  • Not Me This Time: When Meggy goes missing before Splatfest, Mario is certain that she's behind it. Desti denies it but as her confrontation with Saiko shows, there's still reason to be suspicious of her.
  • The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: In "The Splatfest Incident" she's not pleased when she sees Bob filling in as replacement for Meggy. She even helps Mario and co. look for Meggy during halftime of the Splatfest because she gains nothing from beating her team without her.
  • Redemption Equals Death: She shows her softer side in the Anime Arc, but dies for her troubles.
  • The Rival: To Meggy.
  • Shadow Archetype: Desti just about embodies everything Meggy actively represses about her personality. She's confident, but overconfident. She's a leader of a Splatfest team but views her teammates as expendable. Most importantly, she's super competitive but she will do anything to win — even if it means cheating. Her return to the series fittingly comes right after Meggy tearfully admitting to her friends that she doesn't want to win Splatfests at the cost of her sense of morals and friendships. However, as the Anime Arc progresses it's shown that this goes both ways, as once Desti becomes more involved in Mario's group, she displays a lot of traits similar to Meggy that she doesn't normally show otherwise. She's basically Meggy's stand-in for the arc.
  • Sore Loser: Just like Meggy, she doesn't take it well when someone outsmarts her or gets the better of her.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: While she was a one-note jerkass who did things to spite Meggy in her first appearance, she at least was willing to fight fairly. Come her second appearance she's quite open to cheating and using underhanded methods to take out her opponents.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: "The Inkling Disappearances" shows that she's come to appreciate Mario and his crew despite all of their oddities. She even leads a rallying cry to find Meggy, to which the others respond with thunderous applause.
  • Walking Spoiler: Desti's involvement in the Anime Arc results in major ramnifications for the future landscape of the SMG4 canon.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Barely just averted. She appeared in only one episode before the Anime Arc, in which she just got enough screen time, characterization and development before getting killed definitively.
  • Worthy Opponent: Despite her claims otherwise, Desti sees Meggy as this primarily due to her status as a Determinator.

The Anime Replicas

First appearance: "The Japan Trip"
Miku Hatsune and Pikachu, among others
Living replicas of anime and video game characters created by Axol's paintbrush, ranging from Dragon Ball to Godzilla to Pokémon. They aren't the brightest individuals with Axol's ink weaver at 5% ink, but a little help from an Inkling or two can make them smart. Just make sure you don't put the weaver in the wrong hands...

  • Battle Aura: Depends on the power of Ink Weaver and the type of ink. With Axol's normal ink, the Anime Replicas have no aura. Powered up with Meggy's ink, there's an orangish-yellow glow surrounding the Replicas. Adding on more power turns the aura into more vivid colors, complete with an electrical aura surrounding them.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Ultra Instinct Shaggy. Once Axol regains control of Ink Weaver, Shaggy wastes no time taking down Super Saiyan God Goku, reclaiming Desti's body, and getting everyone else out of the island safe and sound.
  • Co-Dragons: The false Pikachu, Mewtwo, Miku Hatsune (maybe she's more of a Dark Chick), and Goku seem to be the closest and strongest supporters to Francis, while the false Sephiroth seems to be the main Dragon.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: The false Sephiroth, according to Mario.
  • Fake Shemp: All of the replicas use random quips, none of which are their proper voices except for one instance where Godzilla gives Mario and his gang his trademark roar.
  • Final Boss: The final enemy of the Anime Arc is Super Saiyan God Goku.
  • Foil: To the T-Pose Zombies from the Waluigi Arc. It's easy to think they're Suspiciously Similar Substitutes, since they're both Mooks for the Arc Villain, but there are quite a few differences that make them stand out. The biggest one is their intelligence. Zombies are mindless creatures, but these guys needed to be powered up with ink to receive intelligence and last long. They're also more vulnerable than the practically invincible T-Pose Zombies.
  • The Heavy: They do a lot of Francis' dirty work, since Francis is not very effective in combat on his own.
  • Hero Killer: Sephiroth became this when he impales Desti from behind with his sword. Desti died from the attack and her funeral is held after the events on Anime Island.
  • King Mook:
    • The false Godzilla. So much so that after snatching Desti, he comes back in the next episode for a rematch.
    • Super Saiyan God Goku is pretty much the apex of what Francis can create with the Ink Weaver. Then Ultra Instinct Shaggy comes into the picture...
  • Knight of Cerebus: The false Sephiroth. His murder of Desti immediately darkens the episode he's in, leaving it on a cliffhanger.
  • Mooks: To Axol. Later to Francis.
  • My Master, Right or Wrong: They follow the person who brings them to life... no matter who they are. With Axol, they act more as bouncers to his abode, and with Francis, they're abductors with some of their original powers unlocked.
  • No-Sell:
    • The false Godzilla, true to his origin, is very resilient to attacks and requires another kaiju-sized creature to give it a more even fight.
    • Likewise, Super Saiyan God Goku shrugs off just about everything the gang has to throw at him (only being distracted momentarily by Tari), triggering the Godzilla Threshold.
  • Physical God: The only proper way to describe Ultra Instinct Shaggy, given the reverence he's referred to with. He's able to easily defeat Super Saiyan God Goku.
  • The Speechless: SMG4 will occasionally use phrases from the replicas' respective sources, or some other audio source, but none of them have proper dialogue.
  • Starter Villain: The false Ryuk at 50% power, as he's the first of the Francis-led Anime Replicas that Mario and crew fought in Inkopolis. His unsuccessful attempt to kidnap Desti resulted in him dropping a map leading to Anime Island, and unlike the false Goku or Mewtwo, who are capable of utilizing the Kamehameha (and his Super Saiyan/Super Saiyan God form) and psychic abilities respectively, he has none of his Death God powers and served more as a demonstration of the Replica's strength in the field.
  • Taking You with Me: Super Saiyan God Goku self-destructs ala Cell when Ultra Instinct Shaggy utterly trounces him in a fight. He fails to take anyone but Francis with him.
  • Talking Animal: Replicas created with the Ink Weaver including Pokémon and Godzilla are perfectly capable of speaking proper English when all they could initially do is Pokémon Speak or animalistic roars.



First appearance: "0% of spaghetti"
"Tubby Custard, Tubby Custard!...YOU SON OF A BITCH!!!"

A clan of freaky alien-looking children meant for little kids 1-4 years of age. They commonly appear as antagonists in many bloopers.

As a whole:

  • Adaptational Intelligence: In their original series, they have the mindsets of toddlers and speak in baby talk. In SMG4's videos, they are capable of speaking normally most of the time.
  • Adaptational Villainy: While harmless baby characters in their original series, in the world of SMG4 they're violent, murderous psychopaths.
  • Ax-Crazy: It's in their nature.
  • Berserk Button: Numerous, but the most prominent one is messing with their Tubby Custard.
    • In their first appearance, mentioning Justin Bieber will provoke them into a violent fit of rage.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: "A trip to Teletubbie Land" at one point shows them frolicking around their town until they suddenly start causing a riot.
  • Butt-Monkey: A lot of Teletubbies get abused, like when Po got randomly struck by Ben's reckless driving in "Two great friends!".
  • Chased by Angry Natives: They appear as an island tribe and go after Axol's Inkweaver in "Treasure Hunt with the Bois".
  • A Day in the Limelight: In "A trip to Teletubbie Land", "Tubbie TV", "Where the Wild Teletubbies Are", "The Mario Purge", and "Mario and the Lost City...".
  • Fake Shemp: Sometimes, the Tubbies have each others' voices. Sometimes Tinky Winky has Po's voice, other times Po has Laa-Laa's voice.
  • Later Installment Weirdness: In the earlier bloopers, the Teletubbies were far more Ax-Crazy and prone to committing crimes. Come the 2018 bloopers, and with a few exceptions, the Tubbies behave themselves and don't break the law onscreen. There's a reason for this: letting Tubbies commit crimes for 12 hours actually decreases Tubby crime rate.
  • Mook: Teletubbies are shown to be this for a couple of villains such as Ztar and Admiral S. Swipe.
  • Out of Focus: Appeared very scarcely in 2019 so far.
    • The Bus Came Back: After several months, they finally return in "Treasure Hunt with the Bois".
  • Slave Race: Sometimes shown to be this, being everything from Nintendo employees to lottery number announcers.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Tubby Custard and Tubby Toast.

Specific Teletubbies:

Tinky Winky

First appearance: "taken (like an idiot)"
Also known as "tubbie chef", Tinky Winky is the first of the four main Teletubbies. Best known for being a cook.
  • Lethal Chef: As a cook, he serves Mario and SMG4 Tubby Custard dishes. Judging by their reactions, it tasted awful.
  • No-Nonsense Nemesis: During The Mario Purge, he shoots Mario in the nuts and nearly sticks an arrow through Saiko's head.
  • Sexy Silhouette: When he is showering in "Mario the Boy Scout", Bob mistakes him for a beautiful woman for having one.


First appearance: A trip to Teletubbie Land
The Teletubby that appears the least in the bloopers.


First appearance: "taken (like an idiot)"
Frequently misspelled as "Lala". In an episode of Hobo Theatre in Hobo Bros, she is revealed to be the mother of Fishy Boopkins.
  • Berserk Button: You better invite Laa-Laa to your parties. If not, she will arrive uninvited and go on a murderous rampage.
    • When Laa-Laa wants a hug, YOU GIVE HER A HUG.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Her car crashes into a wall in the fifth ssenmodnaR video and she is shown dead in "Super Happy Magical Fun Fun Island".


Voiced by: Luke (The Plumber Problem)
First appearance: "0% of spaghetti"
The Teletubby that appears the most in the bloopers. She was also the leader of a group of homicidal Teletubbies who participated in The Purge so they can kill Bob. She is also Shroomy's object of affection.
  • Ambiguous Gender: Despite being female in her original series and referred to as a "she" in the eighth and twelfth ssenmodnaR videos, a lot of her voice clips are masculine. However, "Mario's Valentine Advice" clearly shows that she is indeed female as she is in her home series.
  • Ax-Crazy: Clearly having the time of her life when she starts purging.
  • Batter Up!: When she and her gang burst into Peach's Castle, she's seen holding one before they all start hunting everyone down.
  • Berserk Button:
    • Don't mention Justin Bieber around her. SMG4 learned that the hard way.
    • Also, when she's ready to eat Tubby Custard, don't kick it over. She will lead an entire army to hunt down and kill those who do, as Bob learned.
  • Big Bad: She's the main villain of "The Mario Purge".
  • A Day in the Limelight: Po specifically takes center stage in "Mario's Valentine Advice".
  • Disproportionate Retribution: She wants to kill Bob... just because he kicked her bowl of Tubby Custard.
  • Eviler Than Thou: Even amongst Teletubby standards, Po is just deranged.
  • Expy: She's pretty much the Polite Leader, except as a Teletubby.
  • Fake Shemp: In addition to using voice clips from other Teletubbies, she uses voice clips from other characters such as the Heavy and Gruntilda.
  • Gang of Bullies: Gang of Killers to be exact, but she and her group clearly love ganging up on people during The Purge, and while they only seem to be after Bob, none of them have any issue using their weapons on the other characters.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude
  • Machete Mayhem: What she tries to use to kill Bob. Unfortunately for her, The Purge ends just as she's about to attack.
  • Malevolent Masked Woman: Make no mistake, her Halloween Pumpkin mask might be goofy, but she is still a homicidal murderer who takes part in the purge and is clearly having the time of her life.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: Let's see, he/she was shown to be a traveling salesperson, a Nintendo employee, a cop, a commander, a psychopath... too many to list!
  • Pet the Dog: Sort of. Despite being allowed to commit as many crimes as she wants, she and her gang don't actually kill any of the other characters. Instead she ties them all up, and while she does force them to watch Bob get killed, she never mentions wanting to kill anyone else afterwards, implying she was just after Bob. Downplayed in that she and her gang chose to go after the others instead of just Bob, her gang would have killed Saiko had Tari not pushed her out the way, and it's implied that after killing Bob she'd have killed the others as well had The Purge not ended.
  • Serial Killer: She gladly takes advantage of The Purge in order to hunt down and kill Bob.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Constantly being abused for the sake of a joke.
  • Starter Villain: Of the Rapper Bob Arc.
  • Witch Doctor: In "Mario and The Lost City..." after taking Axol's Inkweaver.

Tubbie Wonka

First appearance: "Mario and the retarded spaghetti factory"
The owner of a spaghetti factory. See here for his character sheet.


First appearance: "Mario Simulator"
A boss of the City Level in "Mario Simulator". She is a red Teletubby with star-shaped glasses.
  • Call-Back: Mario's interest in the star-shaped glasses (to the point where he gets massively jealous over anyone else who wears it) is referenced in "SwagQuest" where Luigi dons a pair himself to convince Mario he's got swag.
  • One-Shot Character: She never shows up again after her debut.

Tubby Custard Salesperson

First appearance: "Mario's Spageti Delivary"
A red saleswoman Teletubby with a chef's hat from "Mario's Spageti Delivary" who sells Tubby Custard and is in deep competition with Mario.


First appearance: "DerpTV: Super Happy Fun Fun Gameshow"
The host of "Super Happy Fun Fun Gameshow". Uses Tinky Winky as a base.

Mr. Goobles

First appearance: "Where the Wild Teletubbies are"
A Teletubby that Professor E. Gadd uses as a test subject.

Tubbie Police

First appearance: "Mario's Dangerous Delivery"
A red Teletubby policeman from "Mario's Dangerous Delivery".


First appearance: "Mario and The Lost City..."
The chief of the Lost City of Gold. He is a male version of Laa-Laa that wears Wing Kirby's headdress.

    Spinoff Series Characters 

Sonic the derphog

Sonic the Hedgehog

First appearance: "The Wacky Wario bros.: the Winning Ticket"
The main character of his namesake series.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Comes with the territory of being in this series, but even by those standards he's a lot more of an asshole, surpassing even Mario sometimes. He's basically Sonic if he was a bit more aware of what the gaming world at large thought of him, leaving him quite bitter and cranky. Part of "Mario VS Sonic: PRANK WAR" makes it quite clear he's aware of his fanbase's... infamous reputation, which he uses to his advantage.
  • Art Shift: He can go between his custom Super Mario 64 appearance (shown in the image) or either his Modern or Classic appearances from Sonic Generations. His modern model also goes fully animated in one instance during "Mario VS Sonic: PRANK BATTLE".
  • Butt-Monkey: Make no mistake, Sonic is no less of one just because he's presented more positively within the series. If he turns up in a video where he ISN'T the protagonist, he's probably going to die very quickly.
  • Composite Character: At least due to the use of voice clips from multiple actors; his general design in the Mario 64 custom model is based on his Dreamcast-era look, but with the voice of his three main voice actors, while his personality is similar to his Sonic Boom incarnation in that he can be tired and bitter.
  • A Day in the Limelight: The Sonic the Derphog series has him and Dr. Eggman as the main characters, while the main series has him square off with Mario in "Mario VS Sonic: PRANK BATTLE".
  • Driven to Suicide: Throws himself off a cliff after seeing Eggman pelvic thrust towards him in "EGGVENTURE". Fortunately, he lands on a spring and is catapulted into Eggman's Eggmobile instead.
  • Foil: To Mario, he's smart, calm, and full of common sense.
  • Only Sane Man: In his world, he's about the only rational person there. If it's not him, then it's Knuckles doing that. In Mario's world, this trope is still in full effect, only magnified by about 100 times.
  • Put on a Bus: Hasn't appeared in a blooper since 2017. Even Eggman makes cameos here and there, such as Mario's Stupid 3D World, but Sonic doesn't.

Dr. Eggman

First appearance: "101 ways for mario to die (the right way!)"
Sonic's arch-nemesis.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Even more so than Bowser.
  • Art Shift: A more stable case; for the opening of "Eggventure", he uses his Classic design, while the rest of the video (and all of his other appearances in the series) uses his Modern design.
  • Ass Shove: On the receiving end in "Mario Battle Royale". With a rocket launcher.
  • Big "SHUT UP!": At the end of "Egg and Peach".
  • Composite Character: One for both his modern-day incarnation and his Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog incarnation. There's also a smattering of Sonic Boom style Eggman in there as well, what with him being treated as an ineffectual loser with almost zero ambition.
  • A Day in the Limelight: With Sonic in the Sonic the Derphog videos.
  • Flanderization: Part of Dr. Eggman's characterization is the frequent use of pingas jokes. He's also far less capable than his other counterparts, with his plans being less "defeat Sonic and take other the world" and more "just get some friends and maybe get rid of Sonic". Again, quite like his Boom counterpart.
  • Harmless Villain: Pretty much his role. One video shows him "terrorizing" a random city in the Mushroom Kingdom, only for nobody to care.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: Some of his appearances have this. Unfortunately, his method of making friends happens to be pelvic-thrusting in full view of them.
  • Otaku: Likes anime, according to the TV interview in "Super Challenge 64". As that particular sequence was All Just a Dream, whether he actually likes it is up for debate.
  • The Rival: To Sonic, obviously, but also to Dr. Pootis.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: Gets into a stable relationship with Peach in "Egg and Peach", though it doesn't last.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: A few gifs of him doing that spring up during the series, most of the time leading to extreme cases of Brain Bleach.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: Peach ends up dumping him at the end of "Egg and Peach", claiming she's not ready yet. And Bowser decides to rub it in.

Dr. Pootis

Super Pokeman 64


First appearance: "super pokeman 64: WELCOME TO POKEMANS!"
Mario's rival in the "Super Pokemans 64" series.

Pengaz the Legendary? penguin Pokémon

First appearance: "Super Pokemans 64: Legendary pokemon"
A "Legendary" Pokémon that Mario finds in the third Pokemans episode and has made a couple of other appearances afterwards.
  • Fake Shemp: Uses Dr. Robotnik's voice clips.
  • Russian Reversal: Gets chased by Mario and SMG4 during "War of the Fat Italians 2016". Chases them with a pingas train and flattens them in the same blooper.

Guards N' Retards

    Original Characters 
These are characters that SMG4 and Kevin created from the ground-up and didn't originate from any sort of franchise. They all apply as Canon Foreigner:

The Police

First appearance: "crime time"
Click here to see the updated design 
Mario recolors that serve as the residential cops of the Mushroom Kingdom. They also serve as Peach's enforcers, most notably during the Anime Arc as the Anime Secret Service - the A.S.S.
  • Art Evolution: Began as simple palette swaps of Mario but started to use custom Super Mario 64 models as of "The Mario Café".
  • Art Shift: Have appeared as GMod models, Combine soldiers and Grand Theft Auto policemen.
  • Ax-Crazy: For police, these guys are pretty bloodthirsty. Taken Up to 11 during the Anime Arc, as the A.S.S yeet (read: spawn a Kill Sat on) anyone smuggling anime.
  • Beyond the Impossible: One of them manages to drive his car through Enzo's basement, which is, well, underground.
  • Catchphrase: STAHP RIGHT THERE!
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Make an ice cream van crash into their car? Arrest the kid riding it. Break out a single prisoner? They will send everything they have to arrest and/or kill you. Said prisoner (replaced with a fake) doesn't do anything but fall over? Call in the military. Most of SMG4: Mario's Dangerous Delivery is an example of this.
  • Hero Antagonist: Most, though not all of their appearances show them in a negative light, thanks to all the law-breaking that the main characters get into. The only times they're portrayed as heroes are in "Birthday Freakout", thanks to the Big Damn Heroes moment they pull off near the ending, and "The Visitor (2014)" where they arrest Enzo.
  • Out of Focus: They rarely appear in the later bloopers.
  • Outside Ride: Many of the cops are not afraid to ride on the hoods of the police cars.
  • Perpetual Expression: Every single policeman has the same "Angry" expression. Though there are rare instances where they are shown with other expressions. One example is in "The Wacky Wario bros: Money Mayhem" when Wario convinces one of the officers that he's adopted and he runs off crying.
  • Police are Useless: They ultimately fail to capture Enzo a second time after he breaks out of prison, and can even be fooled by a piece of paper taped over a pair of binoculars. Only with a bit of help from SMG4 do they actually succeed.
    • Likewise, the A.S.S guarding the checkpoint are fooled utterly by Mario's anime disguise and let Boopkins through the checkpoint without finding the smuggled anime. This is at its worst during the warehouse standoff; they don't do anything to stop Boopkins and Mario's escape while Swagmaster is preoccupied.
    • Don't rely on them during The Purge. Luigi found that out the hard way.
  • Police Brutality: They are completely fine with using violence if it means getting the characters to obey the law.
  • Secret Police: As Peach's anti-anime force, the A.S.S.


First appearance: "mission for peach"
The narrator's only on-screen appearance in "the warrior and the hobo"
The Narrator in certain videos. He also has the power to alter reality as demonstrated in "The Mario Parable".
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Hasn't really appeared (or, rather, his voice hasn't been heard) since 2016, his most recent "appearance" being "SnowTrapped". This could be because SMG4 found a new British text-to-speech voice.
  • Synthetic Voice Actor
  • The Voice: For the most part. He was only on-screen once in "the warrior and the hobo".

Supermarioglitchy3 (SMG3)

First appearance: "smg4 VS smg3"
SMG4's Criminal Doppelgänger who was first discovered copying SMG4's bloopers to get attention. He is often the closest villain to the Big Bad of the series, though on some occasions he isn't as harmful as he seems. He is also notable for often having to help Bowser think of a decent evil plan.


First appearance: "the switcheroo-veralls"
Click here to see the 3D design 
"Did somebody say...WIZARD?"
A sentient rock wizard who helped out the main cast in the earlier bloopers. SMG4 admitted in a 2015 Q&A that the rock is his favorite character.


First appearance: "§§ënmØÐnÅr 2 (100th vid)"
A recolor of Peach to add more diversity to the series. Also Toad's mother as shown in an ad for merch.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Hasn't been seen in a blooper since 2014, presumably since GMod as well as Mario 64 mods gave way for more female variety.
  • Flat Character: Aside from being an overprotective mother, Stacy doesn't seem to have that much character development.
  • Human Mom, Non-Human Dad: Judging by the fact that her son is a Toad, her husband is presumably a Toad as well.
  • Living Prop: When she's not grounding her children, she's basically one.
  • My Beloved Smother: After seeing her Toad son look at SMG4's merch store and how it is labeled "candy van" she destroys all of his electronic devices and forces him to read books from now on.

WoopWoop Kingdom Royalty

First appearance: "Castle Royale"
From left to right: King Wooptedoo, Prince Big Woop, and Queen Stephe.
The trio that rules over the WoopWoop Kingdom, appearing in "Castle Royale". It consists of King Wooptedoo, Prince Big Woop (or Stupid Little Sissy Douchenote ), and Queen Stephe. Their goal is to unite their kingdom with the Mushroom Kingdom, which only Princess Peach agrees to, with the other main characters out to prevent the union from happening.

Cap'n Lardbutt

First appearance: "The Pirate Plumbers"
A pirate who befriends the Mario Bros in "The Pirate Plumbers" thanks to Ben.

Admiral S.Swipe

First appearance: "Seaside Stupidity (part 1)"
The leader of the Teletubmarines, he hunts rare objects across the sea alongside his crew of Teletubbies to add to his collection with his current sights set on Fishy Boopkins.

Shroomy the Mushroom

Voiced by: Luke
First appearance: "The Mario Channel: MARIO'S CHALLENGE"
Click here to see the Shroominator 
"Well, golly gee!"
A young anthropomorphic mushroom and a member of the Mushroom Scouts with over 300,000 badges to his name.
  • The Ace: He was the only one to survive Mario's gauntlet, and he's earned more than 300,000 merit badges thanks to his camping skills. Averted when it comes to snowboarding and identifying mushrooms.
  • Catchphrase: "Well, golly gee!"
  • Crazy-Prepared: He always carries a homemade rocket launcher with him. Whenever he appears, he always has a tool to help rectify the situation.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Effortlessly defeats Mario in "MARIO'S CHALLENGE" by pulling a rocket launcher out of nowhere and blasting Mario away with one clean hit.
    • He gives another to Toadsworth via tank in "Mario Battle Royale", then is on the receiving end of one by Toad and his giant robot.
    • He gives yet another one to Bowser Jr. and co. as Shroominator (with Tari's help).
  • Dark Horse Victory: Shroomy is the victor of Mario's Challenge despite not showing up anywhere else in the episode.
  • A Day in the Limelight: In "Mario's Valentine Advice".
  • Foreshadowing: His debut in "MARIO'S CHALLENGE" foreshadows his eventual role in "SMG4: Mario The Boy Scout"
  • Humongous Mecha: Becomes one thanks to E.Gadd in "War on Smash Bros. Ultimate".
  • Merit Badges for Everything: Has a merit badge for crafting a rocket launcher amongst others. He outright states in "Mario Battle Royale" that he's trying for a "World Domination" badge.
  • Mundane Object Amazement: His reaction to the grand prize of Mario's Challenge: a coupon for 10% off of Chicken Nuggets at McDonald's. He immediately wears it like a badge.
  • Tank Goodness: Used a tank in "Mario Battle Royale", not that it did anything against Toad's robot.
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: He's used rocket launchers and tanks in his battles. Taken Up to 11 as the Shroominator.
  • Too Dumb to Live: In "Mario and the T-Pose Virus", he eats a T-Pose Mushroom conjured up by Waluigi. Naturally, it causes Shroomy to become patient zero for the titular virus.
  • Walking Spoiler: For his debut episode, "MARIO'S CHALLENGE".

Saiko Bichitaru

Voiced by: Ellyn Barclay
First appearance: "Doki Doki Mario Club"
An unpopular love interest from an unnamed dating game. Boopkins brings her to life one day, but their relationship ends in tragedy.
  • Action Girl: To an extent - she isn't afraid to get her hands dirty. Heck, she even takes down Master Hand with a giant hammer - though it's only temporary.
    Saiko: I can't fight... but I know crazy.
  • The Alcoholic: Drinks a lot of booze, likely to keep herself calm or apathetic.
  • Alpha Bitch: It's literally in the name.
  • Amicable Exes: Subverted at first; she didn't take being dumped by Fishy Boopkins very well. Played straight after her Heel–Face Turn - she's still friends with him as said in Mario and the Bob Mansion. It even proves catalyst to Bob's downfall during his rapper arc, as Luigi revealing that Bob drove Boopkins into a Heroic BSoD causes Saiko to turn on him.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Subverted, as she has brightly shaded pink-and-purple hair in girlish pigtails, but when not fighting or causing destruction, acts very calm and aloof.
  • Anti-Hero: Of the Unscrupulous variety after her Heel–Face Turn. She's on the side of Mario and friends and she is fiercely loyal to them, but she's quite willing to maim anyone that pisses her off regardless of them being good or evil and she has done questionable things, such as stealing a fire truck and using someone as a motorcycle ramp, to help her friends out.
  • Attention Whore: She really wants the spotlight. Probably why she sides with Bob at the start of "Mario and The Diss Track"; she just wants to be famous. And even now, while she's definitely heroic, she's still quite vain.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Prominent in her design, as she originally came from a Dating Sim which is usually marketed towards young men.
  • Big Bad: Of Doki Doki Mario Club and the commander of the Milites group in Final Fantasy Mario. She's since dropped this.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Saves Mario from a heart attack in Luigi's Lesson. In Mario and the Waluigi Apocalypse, she saves Mario and SMG4 from the T-pose zombies via giant hammer.
  • Biker Babe: Rides a motorcycle during Luigi's Lesson and Mad Mario.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Whooo boy is she ever. In her debut episode, she appears to be an average love interest in an average Visual Novel. But then she starts to become more and more clingy towards Fishy Boopkins, even going so far to burn all of his dakimakuras!
  • Berserk Button: Being insulted, according to Mario's Hell Kitchen. Hell, she weaponizes it during the episode, getting Shroomy to insult her so she can get angry and work faster.
    Saiko: I work better when I'm angry!
  • But Now I Must Go: Rides off on her motorbike after saving Mario's life in "Luigi's Lesson".
  • Character Development: Mellows out quite a bit over the course of the series, even more so after the Rapper Bob Arc, though she still keeps her penchant for violence. By the Anime Arc, you can undoubtedly call her heroic.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: Up to Eleven. She even gets jealous over OTHER anime girls! It gets to the point where she wants to wipe out all the pretty people in the world... just so SHE can be prettiest! She's calmed down recently, but is still a bit yandere-ish.
  • Cute and Psycho: An utterly gorgeous anime-styled young woman from a dating sim brought to life, and and a violent homicidal sociopath who will maim and kill anybody who dares rob her of attention or just straight up piss her off.
  • A Day in the Limelight: The Anime Arc puts her center stage, as much of the drama revolving around the anime ban is how it's caused her to be exiled from the Mushroom Kingdom. She becomes the de facto leader for the group in Japan when they seek Axol's help to overturn the ban and again leads the charge once Meggy gets kidnapped.
  • The Dreaded: Luigi's Lesson shows that pretty much everyone fears her and will run from the sight of her. In War of the Fat Italians 2018, she scares SMG4 so much he has a heart attack.
  • Drop the Hammer: Wields a large one. She uses it to save Mario and SMG4 from the T-Pose Zombies.
  • Expy: Design-wise, she's a combination of the ladies from Doki Doki Literature Club!. Personality-wise, she's an exaggerated version of Monika (to the point she can be considered an O.C. Stand-in, seeing as how 3D models of the DDLC girls did not exist at the time).
  • Failed a Spot Check: Rescues Fishy Boopkins from falling off a cliff in SMG4: Mario Battle Royale, only for the both of them to be thrown to their deaths by Mario, who was right behind her. They get brought back, thankfully, at the end of the episode, and exact their revenge, as well as all the other people Mario got killed in that episode.
  • Fake Shemp: Aside from her song in "Mario and the Diss Track", Saiko normally uses Lana's voice clips.
  • Freudian Excuse: She acts the way she does mainly because she was so unpopular in her home game. Boopkins rejecting her only made her get worse.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Commandeers several mechanical inventions, including turrets and a Mini-Mecha. She uses a high-tech laser rifle and pilots a Humongous Mecha in Final Fantasy Mario.
  • Gagging on Your Words: In Mario and the Diss Track, she has incredible difficulty admitting that Boopkins is her friend, to the extent when she tries to do so, Mario asks if she's having a stroke.
  • Good Is Not Nice: While the "good" part is a bit more ambiguous to outsiders, her loyalty to her friends sets her towards the good guys. That being said, it's generally not a good idea to mess with her or her friends, unless you want to be introduced to her violent side. Harming or outright killing one of her friends is even worse, as that will guarantee your death by her hand. Just ask Francis after he killed Desti with Sephiroth.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: Her voice clips are mostly Japanese words, with a few of Lana and Cia's voice clips in there.
  • Grumpy Bear: Seems to have become this since her Heel–Face Turn. She's no longer actively hostile towards Mario and co. but still tends to be unfriendly and have a perpetual "I'd rather be anywhere but here" look on her face.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Possesses these, which originally fit her intitially bubbly, cute personality.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Oh yes. She's attacked people for minor slights such as getting her name wrong or ignoring her.
  • Hates Being Touched: When Luigi pats her on the back in Mario and the Diss Track, she immediately crushes his hand and gives him a Death Glare.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Started out as an antagonistic Yandere who attacked Mario and company on sight. After Luigi befriended her, she's calmed down a lot, though she's still a Yandere with a Hair-Trigger Temper.
  • Hidden Depths: It's hinted that she's good with technology - see Gadgeteer Genius above. In Luigi's Lesson, it's also hinted that beneath her Clingy Jealous Girl/Yandere attitude she's deeply lonely inside, and just wants companionship and acknowledgment. And she has a good singing voice too.
  • I Ate WHAT?!: Finds out that Bob's "special juice" is not wine, but gasoline. She promptly throws the bottle on the floor.
  • I Need a Freaking Drink: Likes to drink wine. Probably to help her deal with the shenanigans that go on around her. She occasionally drinks beer too.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Fishy Boopkins, at least before he broke it off. She still considers him a friend, though.
  • It's All About Me: Pretty much everything is about her. Don't ignore or reject her. Albeit, these days, she has become substantially less selfish, becoming far more caring of those around her, namely Meggy and Tari, and even Desti.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: Her entire motivation for being so angry and murderous: She has been ignored while she was still an AI in a dating sim game forever, and therefore is terribly lonely as a result, leaving her heartbreakingly desperate foreven the smallest amount of love or adoration, and thus can't help herself when she's being ignored, as it reminds her of how much it hurt in the game. However, these days, she's since dropped this, as she now has best friends in the form of Meggy and Tari, and if anything is just grumpy and aloof.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: "Doki Doki Mario Club" rightfully puts Saiko in the wrong for her behavior towards Fishy Boopkins. But in her defense, Boopkins showed signs of being Innocently Insensitive at best. For starters, he and Lemmy were watching anime girls on TV, knowing Saiko is there with them, which is basically the equivalent of eyeballing other women on a date. The last straw for Boopkins—Saiko burning his body pillows of Miku—only happened because while showing her his stuff, he casually presented them in his own words as his "most prized possessions", making it seem like he valued a fictional girlfriend over a real one.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: As of "Luigi's Lesson", while she's still a violent Yandere, but he's much nicer to the others and acts as an older sister to Meggy and Tari.
  • Loony Fan: Seems to be one for post-"Mario And... The Well" Bob, considering how she takes notes on how to get famous in "Mario And The Bob Mansion" and how it was her idea to go to Bob's concert in "The Melancholy of Fishy Boopkins". This is averted after Luigi tells Saiko about what Bob did.
  • Meaningful Name: Saiko Bichitaru. Psycho. Bitch. -Itaru.
    • Doubling as a Lucky Translation: while her surname obviously isn't Japanese, the kanji in her given-name (最子) directly translates as "the greatest child", but can also be read as "the best", which is fitting for her arrogant, violent and attention-seeking personality. May also be an Ironic Name, as despite this name she was unpopular among fans of the dating sim she was from.
  • Morality Pet: Several.
    • Luigi, as he was one of the only people who tolerated her at first, and was even willing to befriend her at a time where everyone would head for the hills at the mere sight of her.
    • Boopkins, as mentioned above. Took a while to get there, though.
    • She forms a strong bond with Meggy and Tari in later videos, which may be due to them being the only other females in the main cast sans Peach.
    • Subverted with Francis. He was an intimidating mafia boss, but he also listened to Saiko without hesitation, and when she was affected by anime being banned from the kingdom, he went out of his way to protect her. But all that is flushed down the toilet the minute he meets Axol, the legendary manga artist. He completely pushes Saiko aside in favor of fawning over Axol, kidnaps Axol to steal his magic pen, and has no qualms of trying to kill Saiko for opposing him. Even before all of that, it was implied that he saw her as a waifu and not an actual person with feelings.
  • Multicolored Hair: Let's see... blonde, pink, purple...
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: Is the "Mean" part of a trio with Meggy and Tari. While ultimately a Jerk with a Heart of Gold, she's still a violent Yandere with a grumpy streak and occasional psychopathic tendencies.
  • Nonchalant Dodge: Some videos show her to be rather good at dodging projectiles.
  • Not So Different:
    • Amazingly to her former crush Fishy Boopkins, both are people that no one seemed to really like and desperately want companionship. This is Lampshaded when Fishy Boopkins tells the others to just let her go because he feels sorry for her.
    • Also to Bob. They both have ego-centric personalities, both desire to be famous and both just want friends due to their extreme loneliness, willing to go to extreme lengths to achieve that. It's not a surprise that when Saiko starts working as Bob's personal assistant during his rap career the two gel fairly well though the partnership ends very quickly once Luigi tells Saiko about the truth behind Bob's heroics and what he did to Boopkins.
  • Only Sane Man: Compared to the likes of Mario and SMG4. Or, well, as sane as a violence-loving Yandere can be.
  • Shoot the Dog: After Saiko stuffs Francis in his own Ink Zuccer and leaves him to die, she closes her eyes as she walks away, as though telling herself that she didn't want it to have to come to this. Which makes sense, considering Francis originally looked up to her before his attempted genocide.
  • Squee!: Often over violence.
  • Suddenly Voiced: "Mario and The Diss Track" has her singing a track called "Darkest Hour".
  • Throw the Dog a Bone:
    • She gets a post on Twitter after winning the rock-selling competition in The Mario Hustle.
    • In SUPER CHALLENGE 64, she succeeds her challenge of being nice via rescuing a cat stuck in a tree, albeit with much collateral damage.
    • In Mario and the Diss Track "Darkest Hour" actually succeeds in making Saiko popular.
  • Teens Are Monsters: Considering she came from a high school dating sim and her youthful personality, Saiko is still a teenager, or at the very least in her early 20s. With this said, if you upset her in the slightest, she instantly becomes homicidal and will or attempt to murder whoever is dumb enough to anger her. However, with Luigi's help, Saiko is substantially less bloodthirsty than before, and her latest victim actually really deserved it.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: After the events of "Luigi's Lesson", she becomes friends with Luigi. She hasn't gone on any full-on rampages since, and even helps the heroes out from time to time (if reluctantly). It's since come full circle in a full Heel–Face Turn as, while she's still on the loony, selfish, violent side, Saiko has opened herself up to the others and has learned to care for others, most notably Meggy and even Desti.
  • Tranquil Fury: Saiko is notorious for her Hair-Trigger Temper and loud, bombastic, violent outbursts. And then Francis murdered Desti, which put her into this, and it is absolutely horrifying. Her face gets cold as steel and her voice is a low growl slowly cornering Francis and tossing him in an Ink Zuccer, siphoning out his life force, and Saiko does not so much as hesitate as she walks away, nothing but ice cold disgust in her voice.
    Saiko: You pathetic waste of space. I'm gonna make you wish you were never born.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Has a pretty heartwrenching one in "Doki Doki Mario Club!" after Mario and company defeat her, which leads to her breaking up with Fishy Boopkins and running out of the castle in tears.
  • We Used to Be Friends: With Francis and the anime cartel.
  • When She Smiles: In her debut, before revealing her violent and jealous tendancies, Saiko is actually very cute and bubbly, and even now, if someone shows kindness to her instead of horror and disdain, she behaves very sweet and friendly in turn, Luigi, Meggy, and Tari especially. And yes, her smile is absolutely precious.
  • Yandere: Seriously! She forced Wario and Waluigi to build a mech just because Fishy Boopkins rejected her! Downplayed after Luigi befriends her, but it's still there.
  • You Can't Go Home Again: She can't stay in the Mushroom Kingdom after anime has been banned because she is a living breathing anime character, so she (and SMG4, Boopkins and Bob, who are escorting her) flees to Japan. She comes back to the kingdom when they find Axol, who can help them with lifting the ban.


First appearance: "Mario's Fancy Dinner"
A sentient fork that serves as a butler of sorts and gets angry rather easily.
  • Anti-Hero: Of the Pragmatic variety. He's mostly benevolent and even when he's in an antagonistic role for an episode he's still rather polite and may be justified in his actions. That being said, he's got a bit of a temper, runs his milk businesses similar to that of a criminal enterprise and he's not above using threats and violence to get what he wants.
  • Don't Make Me Take My Belt Off: Threatens to give Luigi his "signature spanking" in "Mario Goes to the Fridge to Get a Glass Of Milk" before the Demon-cow interrupts. In a later episode he claims he learned his ass-beating skills from Baldi himself.
  • Enraged by Idiocy: He does not like incompetence, which makes Mario the worst kind of person for him to be around.
  • Fake Shemp: Uses Tingle's voice clips.
  • The Jeeves: It's in the name.
  • Jerkass Has a Point:
    • In "Mario Goes to the Fridge to Get a Glass Of Milk". While forcing Mario, Luigi and Toad to work on his farm via gunpoint is rather extreme, he's within his rights to do so since they attempt to steal his milk under false pretenses and tip over an entire tank's worth of milk, which can be worth anywhere from hundreds of thousands to millions in real life. And that's not even mentioning the milk that got destroyed by Mario and Toad when they chase down Luigi.
    • Jeeves ordering his goons to snuff out Mario and Tari's lemonade stand is rather comical, doubly so since Mario was doing a good job kneecapping his own progress via initially selling pee as lemonade and harassing potential customers. Before all of that, however, he nicely asked them to move their stand so that it's not right in front of his milk cafe, and he even offered to forgive Mario for ruining his milk business in the past if he did so. Hard to fault Jeeves for destroying it when Mario needlessly refuses to comply and insults his business.
  • Kick the Dog: Sending his goons to blow up Mario's lemonade stand. While Mario brought it on himself, it was still rather extreme and poor Tari can only cry over the hard work she put in to make it even functional.
  • New Job as the Plot Demands: Like Kermit, Po, and Dumbledore, he seems to have a different job every episode. He has been a waiter, math teacher, umpire, painter, milk factory owner, and news reporter among other things.
  • Nice Guy: To his customers, Toadsworth, Waluigi and his milk men, less so to Mario.
  • Out of Focus: Doesn't appear as much as the other recent original characters; only appearing eleven times thus far.
  • Rant-Inducing Slight: Gets into a rage because of a single stain on his clothes.
  • Suddenly SHOUTING!: Calm and polite one minute, screaming at everyone the next.
  • Those Two Guys: With Toadsworth in "The Most Important Thing".


Voiced by: Celeste Notley-Smith
First appearance: "Mario the Ultimate Gamer"

A shy blue-haired Gamer Chick who tends to get hurt a lot. Mario turns to her for guidance on how to be a good player and kick SMG4's butt at Super Smash Each Other In The Ass Bros.

For tropes regarding her Alternate Universe version in Meta Runner, click here.
  • Adorkable: Very much so. She's a shy Gamer Chick that's also very friendly.
  • Alone with the Psycho: The Mario Convention ended with her being in the same vicinity as Waluigi, who had turned many people, including her best friend Meggy into mindless zombies. Oh, and he also brainwashed Master Hand. Considering this took place late at night in the convention, and no other route of escape is evident, her situation at the time was all but grim.
    • Thankfully, she was revealed to be fine in War of the Fat Italians 2018, giving her the opportunity to pull a Big Damn Heroes moment.
  • Armor-Piercing Response: In "Meggy's Bootcamp". When Meggy berates her along with Mario and Luigi for their poor performance during her training regime, Tari has a feeble and simple response — but it works in making Meggy realize that she's demanding way too much from them.
    Tari: Meggy... we are trying...
  • Berserk Button: In "The Mario Purge", she gets enraged when Quackington, her rubber ducky gets destroyed. A smaller one, seen in her first appearance, is dissing her for being a Gamer Chick, as Bob learns the hard way.
  • Blush Sticker: She always appears to be blushing.
  • Big Damn Heroes: During War of the Fat Italians 2018, Tari appears along with a Rejection-powered controller and by controlling SMG4, she manages to smash Waluigi's staff, freeing the T-pose zombies from Waluigi's control and reverting them back to normal.
  • Butt-Monkey: In her first appearance alone, she gets launched into a vending machine, has her head flattened by a mallet, gets kicked by Mario, attacked by ducks, and falls to the concrete ground of Peach's moat when the window sill she's standing on crumbles beneath her feet. It's clear that she will take a lot of abuse during her mainstay as a recurring character.
    • Also best shown in the climax of War of the Fat Italians 2018, where even in her dramatic intro, she trips and falls comically from the pile of rubble she was standing on.
  • Companion Cube: Her rubber ducky, Quackington. After its "death" in The Mario Purge, it gets replaced in SMG4 Christmas 2018 by one named Archibald.
  • Crippling Overspecialisation: INCREDIBLY good at games, to the point of beating Meggy in a shooting game. However, she's really shy and awkward socially and doesn't seem to be good at anything else. Further confirmed in "Meggy's Bootcamp", as when Meggy wants to know why Tari is struggling to shoot the targets in Splatfest practice despite her skills at the carnival, Tari explains that she's only really good at games and the Splatfest is more of a sport.
  • Cuteness Proximity: She squees with joy around rubber duckies.
  • Cyborg: By her own admission, which she says is why she's so incredible at games. One of her arms appears to be mechanical. Meta Runner establishes that some people went so far as to replace limbs with faster, more precise robotics specifically to be good at games - such is likely the case here, too.
  • Driven to Madness: Taking away the internet, preventing her from playing her games online, caused her (and Meggy and Saiko) to go crazy.
  • Enemy Scan: Tari uses this to incapacitate the Super Smash-each-other-in-the-Ass Bros. knockoffs of Toad and Peach.
  • Fire-Forged Friends: She and Meggy start out as rivals in "The Mario Carnival", but when she destroys Meggy in a shooting competition, Meggy is so amazed by her skills that they become great friends.
  • Game Face: When she uses her cyborg abilities, her eyes go completely blue (if only for a few seconds).
  • Gamer Chick: She's one of the most skilled gamers in the series, beating all the guys she plays against without a sweat. However, she only really enjoys playing for fun. She even manages to beat Super Saiyan God Goku - who while not the real thing presumably has the same speed and reaction time - at a video game, though she gets on the receiving end of a Neck Lift for it.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: Her shooting skills blow Meggy's out of the water, as she manages to get a score of infinity in a shooting contest.
  • Intrepid Fictioneer: Similar to her Meta Runner counterpart. No thanks to Mario, both of them get warped into their fighting game in "The Tari Abnormality".
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: When playing games, or if her duck is threatened.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name is a play on Atari.
  • Morality Pet: While not quite to the same extent as Meggy, Tari is one of the few people Mario is not as much of a jerk to.
  • Nice Girl: She's one of the sweetest and non-confrontational people Mario has ever met, and only wants to make sure everyone is happy in the end. Even when in a rap battle against Waluigi in WOTFI 2018, the Grand Finale of the Waluigi Arc, she's still against actually fighting and suggests just playing games instead.
  • Nice, Mean, and In-Between: Is the "Nice" part of a trio with Meggy and Saiko, being a Shrinking Violet Gamer Chick who is one of the nicest and least violent characters in the series.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Tari’s hair covers one of her eyes, and she has a shy personality associated with this trope.
  • Prone to Tears: She cries a lot, whether it's over serious matters like trying in vain to talk sense into Meggy while she's a T-Pose zombie, or if it's over Bob's, um..."beautiful story" of Bobmas.
  • Properly Paranoid: She doesn't trust the Anime Cartel and says they're bad guys. Turns out she was right.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's quite easy to fluster.
  • Shy Blue-Haired Girl: Her blue hair fits her shy personality well.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Bubble Bass, apparently.
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: Takes a lot of abuse in the name of comedy.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: She sympathizes with Mango when he says he doesn't want to fight anyone in "The Tari Abnormality".
  • The Kid with the Remote Control: At the end of "War on Smash Bros. Ultimate", she takes control of the Shroominator and curb-stomps Bowser Jr., Iggy, Morton, Wendy, and Roy.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to Meggy's Tomboy.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Near useless in an actual, physical fight, but very skilled at video games.
  • Womanchild: Downplayed as she's reasonably level-headed, but she definitely acts like this at times. She has a rubber ducky for a Companion Cube, she cries easily, and she completely believes the stories of "Bobsgiving" and "Bobmas".
  • Worthy Opponent: To Meggy after beating her in a shooting competition, and Fire-Forged Friends on top of that.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Which perfectly matches her blue outfit.


First appearance: "The Japan Trip"
An Inkopolis-born anime artist from Japan with the power to bring whatever he draws to life, thanks to his special pen/staff, Ink Weaver. After gaining knowledge of the Mushroom Kingdom's anime ban, he offers to help in lifting it.
  • All of the Other Reindeer: Growing up, he was bullied by others for liking anime. Doubly notable since he grew up in Inkopolis.
  • Art Initiates Life: Thanks to his Ink Weaver, his Cloudcuckoolander creations can come to life but vanish shortly after they are created as Axol isn't very good at creating life.
  • Attention Whore: Mild example. He's not nasty about it but he does have a flair for the dramatic and he's quite hurt when Meggy shows no knowledge of or interest in who he is.
  • Berserk Button: He doesn't like being interrupted while eating, as "Mario Works At McDonalds" shows.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He's eccentric, acts strongly on impulse and his single-mindedness makes him come off as quite selfish at times, but he's insanely efficient at his craft and though he's not very good at creating life his powers are more than effective in battle, as his Blastoise creation is the one that ultimately takes down Desti in "The Mario Showdown". He also created the Ink Weaver as a child and is able to summon Ultra Instinct Shaggy, something Francis couldn't do and was thought impossible.
  • But Now I Must Go: Flies off to parts unknown after convincing Peach to unban anime, though SMG4 and friends hope they'll see him again. However, following his kidnapping by Francis, he is shown to have stayed in the Mushroom Kingdom as of "Mario Works At McDonalds".
  • Dramatically Missing the Point: In "The Mario Showdown". While he means well in his quest to help Mario and company overturn the anime ban, he can be a little shortsighted and ignorant of the situation at hand. Despite Meggy explicitly telling him that neither she nor her team can help the others without getting their weapons back first, he grumbles about having to deal with Desti and her goons when they could be saving anime. Even Mario has to point out to him that there's bigger fish to fry at the moment, and it's not until Saiko says she'd prefer to help her friends first does he relent.
  • Gadgeteer Genius/A Master Makes Their Own Tools: Axol created Ink Weaver by hand when he was a child.
  • Large Ham: He is quite... expressive.
  • Nice Guy: He's not without his eccentricities, but he always means well and is a rather polite fellow, especially once he becomes a recurring character following the Anime Arc.
  • The Nicknamer: To literally everyone. Notable ones include "Red Tomato" (Mario), "Pickle" (Luigi), "beanie fish girl" (Meggy), "beanie human girl" after Meggy's Humanity Ensues, "Duck Nerd" (Tari), and "emo fish girl" (Desti).
  • Punny Name: His name is Axol because he's an axolotl.
  • Red Herring: He is implicated by Mario and co. in the disappearances of Inklings and the sudden appearance of powered-up anime characters. The ending of "The Inkling Disappearances", however, reveals that Axol is not only innocent, but also a prisoner of Francis.
  • Seldom-Seen Species: Outside of Pokémon and Animal Crossing, you'll be hard pressed to find any media that features axolotls.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: His creations are not very bright, mostly due to Ink Weaver's lack of power at the time.
  • Trash of the Titans: His apartment is littered with trash, anime posters, and scrap paper. It's so bad that Bob compares it to his house.
  • Weak, but Skilled: His powers of creativity and imagination make him quite formidable when he has his Ink Weaver, even if it's at less than optimal power. Without it, he is powerless.
  • Wham Line: "Oh, It's just Inkopolis... I was born here..."
  • Worf Had the Flu: His Ink Weaver operates at 5% power due to low-quality ink; this is why Axol's creations are so dumb in the first place. Fresh Inkling ink, courtesy of Meggy, brings Ink Weaver to 50% power and makes Axol's creations stronger and smarter. 100% allows him to summon the strongest of all anime creations, Ultra Instinct Shaggy.

    YouTubers / Real People 

Supermarioglitchy4 (SMG4)

First appearance: "account loss"
Click here to see SMG4 in real life  
The creator of the bloopers. He resides in the castle with Mario, often making his bloopers (or playing Minecraft), and gets generally annoyed by Mario (who is apparently his assistant), but he likes him nonetheless.

Starman3 (SM3)

First appearance: "the blooper competition"
One of SMG4's friends and a popular machinimist. One odd thing about him is that he doesn't even get introduced to the characters, everyone just knows who he is.

His YouTube channel can be found here.

  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: After various controversies his real-life counterpart caused, he was removed from the cast in 2014.
  • Only Sane Man: He was one of the saner members of the cast.
  • The Leader: In real life of the YTR, which is reflected in the videos.

Xboxfan997 (X)

First appearance: "castle jumping = time traveling = zombies"
A friend of SMG4. He apparently has the power to know when something bad is happening.

His YouTube channel can be found here.

  • The Artifact: He still makes appearances in each edition of "War of the Fat Italians", but he has little reason to show up anywhere else due to the rest of the YouTube Rangers disappearing from the series.
  • The Bus Came Back: Despite being Out of Focus in the main series, he can usually be counted on to appear in each edition of "War of the Fat Italians".
  • My Significance Sense Is Tingling: As stated above, he had the power to know when something bad was happening.
  • Out of Focus: After the text font changed (starting with "The Warrior and the Hobo"), X started only making a few appearances in later bloopers, with Starman3 taking his original place, although he does reappear in each "War of the Fat Italians" (until the 2018 WOTFI) as the judge. He also appeared in Mario and the Well.

FightingMario54321 (FM)

First appearance: "smg4 VS smg3"
The fighting master of the group, he can usually handle everything well with fighting, which is of course why he was named as such. He is a member of the police in the later bloopers he shows up in.

His YouTube channel can be found here.

  • Berserk Button: Don't jaywalk in front of him.
  • Everything's Better with Penguins: He gets a penguin from SMG4 in "Can the villager come out to play?". He still has it by the time of "Seaside Stupidity".
  • Out of Focus: Aside from an appearance in the 2016 two-parter "Seaside Stupidity", he only occasionally appears through cameos, the latest being Mario and the Well.


First appearance: "the blooper competition"
A machinimist who made Super Mario 64 Bloopers before SMG4 did and is really popular.

His YouTube channel can be found here.

  • The Cameo: As well as things in his videos like the dopple war.
    • He tends to show up in Ssenmodnar videos the most with the Running Gag being him going up against a serious enemy before the situation is handled easily or something interrupts the fight.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: He vanished with the other YouTube Rangers.

Justin Bieber

First appearance: "§§ënmØÐnÅr 2 (100th vid)"
The rather infamous singer himself. Bowser is his biggest fan.
  • Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: In "super Minecraft 64 bloopers: Legend of steve".
  • The Dreaded: Just about everyone in the Mushroom Kingdom minus Bowser and some others can't stand him. Looking at a picture of him in a magazine is a cause of death according to "101 ways for mario to die (the right way!)".
  • Fake Shemp: Despite being, well, Justin Bieber, he is shown singing IceJJFish's "It's something about you girl" in various bloopers and The Spice Girls' "Wannabe" in "Meet the Bowser".

Reggie Fils-Aime

First appearance: "the (TOTALLY ACCURATE) documentary of mario"
A former Nintendo developer whose body is always ready.


First appearance: "starman3 gets 5000 subs!"
A YouTuber featured in "Birthday freakout" as the main subject of the video. He goes crazy when Mario crashes his birthday party being held at the castle, and from then on is determined to kill Mario and eventually, the rest of the main cast.

SMG4's Minion

First appearance: "Super Pokemans 64: Legendary pokemon"
A clone who is created after Mario accidentally clones SMG4 and spaghetti at the same time.

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