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Second Hyperdimension Neptunia fan character, and Lady Bit's past self.

Lady Bit Choinea

Third Hyperdimension Neptunia fan character, and Sprinkles's future self.

  • Cassandra Truth: She correctly states that Clarissa sabotaged the tribe during the second immunity challenge. However, Ethan is able to create a plausible scenario for Lady Bit to be guilty, and everyone believes Ethan's scenario.
  • Game-Breaker: Her ability to play God includes: muting other contestants, banning all strategy discussions that she is not personally involved in, and making everyone unable to say or write her name.
  • Large Ham
  • Punny Name: Her name can also be read as "Lady Bitcoin EA". She also mentions "Master Pei Tuwehn".
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  • The Tribemate Nobody Likes: Thanks to her Game-Breaker powers and unsociable attitude, her entire tribe wants her gone as soon as possible.


Fourth Star Fox fan character, and Frysk's past self.


Nayla Oxenfree

First Jojos Bizarre Adventure fan character, and Ernest's past self.

  • Cool People Rebel Against Authority: Joins Kitsunie's alliance against Sagittaria, just because.
  • Suicide by Cop: Eventually decides this game isn’t going to solve her problems.
  • Trans Gender: Her future self is male. She does not like to talk about it. Although more due to how she didn’t expect herself to be an authority figure.

Ethan Johnson (Future)

First The X-Files fan character, and E.T.'s future self.


Fourth Second Life fan character, and ???'s past self.

  • The Atoner: He feels horrible about his past actions, and although he feels he can't be forgiven, he wishes to do no more harm for the rest of his existence.
  • The Big Guy: He dwarfs the rest of the cast with his massive muscles.
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to his brother's Abel.
  • History Repeats: A Second Life lion character who quits.
  • Non-Gameplay Elimination: Quits at the sixth tribal council after his powers flare up and cause members of his tribe to become exceptionally aggressive during a challenge.
  • Physical God: Literally, he's a demigod.
  • Retired Monster: He was once a vicious demigod of war, but his brother performed a Heroic Sacrifice that removed all trace of evil from his heart.
  • Sacrificial Lion: Literally.


First Star Wars fan character, and Yessi's future self.

Claire Sutherland

First Mean Girls fan character, and Clarissa's past self.

Ernest Oxenfree

Second Jojos Bizarre Adventure fan character, and Nayla's future self.

(Shin) Kasai (Future)

First Yakuza fan character, and Shin's future self.


Fifth Second Life fan character, and Deimos's future self.

  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: He is suffering from short-term memory loss. It's revealed during his family visit that it's because the headphones that he wears erase his memory when he goes to sleep.
  • Line-of-Sight Name: He got his name from the tribe he started on. Unusually for this trope, there's thoughtful reasoning behind it in-universe.
    Nolaa: I wasn't going to wait for him to get stuck with a name like "Mr. Fluffles" or "Chubbs". Besides, when you're dealing with cargo and someone living is actually a part of it, if they're messed up and don't remember things, giving them the name of where you found them usually ends up as a good lead for the authorities later on. If Atlas is a good enough name for a tribe, it's good enough for him.
  • My Name Is ???: The other characters later name him Atlas.
  • Physical God: As Deimos' future self, he is likely this.

Ria Bentley

First Fur Fighters fan character, and Sagittaria's future self.

  • Nice Hat: An army helmet. Same one as her past self, except with visible damage.
  • Younger Than They Look: Is 24 (only four years older than Sagittaria) but has apparently been through enough to appear middle-aged.

Clarissa Sutherland

Second Mean Girls fan character, and Claire's future self.

  • The Fashionista: CEO of a fashion company.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Attempts this after meeting her past self. Ultimately downplayed.
  • Hypocrite: Her reason to go off on Lady Bit is that she hates pretentious upper class women that achieved success just because of their looks, while she herself is very close to one.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Although she has a tough demeanor, the side of her that is Claire is still there.
  • Karma Houdini: Sabotages the tribe during the second immunity challenge and gets away with it.
  • The Speechless: Is unable to speak during most of the second round, as she was muted by Lady Bit.
  • Surpassed the Teacher: The teacher to Yessi's student. She's quite proud of the results.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Between the iterations of her characters shown, she certainly did.
  • Villainous BSoD: When her past self gives her "The Reason You Suck" Speech behind her back, and she happens to be listening.

Frysk McCloud

Fifth Star Fox fan character, and Kitsunie's future self.

  • The Comically Serious: Occasionally.
  • The Ditherer: The Insecure/Submissive type. Due to making some horrible decisions as Kitsunie, he prefers to let his superiors make decisions for him.
    Ria: Frysk... How the heck am I supposed to know what kind of hobbies you'd enjoy?
  • I Hate Past Me. The feeling is mutual.
  • No Poker Face: In a similar manner as the page image - going by his face, he's The Stoic, but his tail will give away everything.
  • Squat's in a Name: Despite being a Cornerian fox named McCloud, was a complete washout in flight training.
  • The Stoic: Doesn't show a lot of emotion.
  • Super Soldier


Second Star Wars fan character, and Nolaa's past self.

E.T. (Ethan Johnson) (Past)

Second The X-Files fan character, and Ethan's past self.

Sagittaria Bentley

Second Fur Fighters fan character, and Ria's past self.

  • Large Ham: Between her naturally loud and peppy personality and actions like imitating a shark and comically using army lingo this trope comes naturally.
  • Nice Hat: An army helmet. Same one as her future self, except without any signs of damage.

Shin (Kasai) (Past)

Second Yakuza fan character, and Kasai's past self.


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