Follow TV Tropes

Following

Characters / TVTome Adventures

Go To

The characters, as they appear in the original TVTome Adventures:

    open/close all folders 

The Main Five

    Alpha 

Associated Tropes:

  • Good Wings, Evil Wings: Normally his wings are white. In demon form his wings turn black. In season 2 when he fuses the virus into his character as armor he has one black wing and one white wing.
  • The Hero: For the most part he leads the group against the hackers is talented at the game, and is possessed by the forbidden power, saves damsels in distress, etc. He gets a lot of character focus.
  • Making a Splash: Poseidon Wave.
  • Official Couple: With Flamegirl.
  • Playing with Fire: Vulcan Fist.
  • Shock and Awe: Zeus' Rage.

Advertisement:

    Kirbopher15 

Associated Tropes:

  • An Ice Person: He can shoot icicles with his sword
  • Badass Adorable: His character is literally a White Sword Kirby
  • Blow You Away: He can form a tornado with his sword to attack with.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Jealous of Zetto's relationship with Ruri, which is somewhat of a meta gag considering that both Kirb and Zetto are based on Niosi himself.
  • The Lancer: As a lancer he mostly just serves as a rival for Alpha to surpass. He's made out to be a better fighter for a lot of the series, and given equivalent virus powers. Also while everyone was a bit snarky in TTA he was the closest to being as snarky as GC in the original.
  • Nice Hat: Wears a link cap. It was changed to a baseball cap in a later season.
  • Shock and Awe: He can shoot lightning from his sword. He first demonstrates this on a flight character, which we find out are weak to electric attacks.
  • The Rival: To Alpha. Who he tends to be pit against during practice fights and tournaments.
  • Walking Head: His sprite is based off of a kirby. So he's pretty much a walking poof-ball with arms and shoes.

    Flamegirl 

Associated Tropes:

    Gamecrazed 

Associated Tropes:

  • Casting a Shadow: His powers are based off of darkness and shadows.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Kirbopher claims the Character Kirbopher inherited this trope from Gamecrazed in the reboot [1]
  • Sarcastic Devotee: He's all for defeating the hacker threat, and he'll never leave the heroes behind, but he's not afraid to tell the crew he thinks their plan is stupid, and/or could get them killed.
  • Power of the Void: His special attack is a black hole
  • Fake Defector: He joins the Purple Flame in the last arc, a hacker organization, but he only does it to find out more about what they are planning.

    Nailock 

Associated Tropes

  • An Ice Person: Almost all his attacks are based off of ice.
  • Arch-Enemy: Simdragon. A hacker with a similar draconic dispositon.
  • Draconic Humanoid: He's a humanoid dragon. Unlike his Dragon Knight version in TOME in TTA he's more of a fighter than a knightly character.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: He was portrayed as an obsessive anime fan giving himself titles in japanese. His title was "Nairaku Kotetsu Ryu".
  • Large Ham / Plucky Comic Relief: He was pretty much made out to be a walking joke. He was very expressive, and over reacted to things in over the top ways to get a laugh out of the viewer.
  • Self-Referential Humor: There's a joke in one of the episodes about him not getting recognition like the other main characters. In which he creates a gigantic iceberg kicks it in the air, and lands in the purple cave region, clear across the world of the game. When he lands he says "Aloha" in an over the top hammy way trying to look awesome. He then starts to cry and notes that "nobody's ever around to give a shit".

Advertisement:

Friends & Allies

    Saturndiva 

    White Queen 

    Sniper Wave 

    Rob* 

Advertisement:

    T-Bones 

    Grounder 

    Gamecrasher 

    Tsuzuku 

    Shogun 

    Hamstar 

    Thunder256 

    Ericho 

    Ruri 

The D-Bug Organization

    Raccoon 

    Bling Bling 

    Demon King 

    Ravenfreak 
Voluntary Shapeshifting: Ravenfreak's primary power.

    Splat 

    Simdragon 

    Neomutant 

    Sojojo 

Purpleflame

    Anidoug 

     Phaxal 

    Tormentros/Kalasu Angel 

    Torben 

    Dustbunny 

    Sk8rboi  

The Ranks Of Sanctuary

    Paper Ace Chase 

    MysteryX 

    Dikayes 

    Akakk 

    Kinetix 

    Darkblazer 

    Orbit 

The Netkings

    Webmaster 

Associated Tropes:

  • Big Good: Pretty much functions as the equivalent of the good commander after the main characters meet him. And uses his powers over code to give the heroes weapons against the viruses.
  • Giant Hands of Doom: Has huge claw hands.
  • Light 'em Up: The "Submission Seal" finisher shows off this motif.
  • Floating Limbs: Has huge floating claws disconnected from his body.
  • Shock and Awe: His "Admin Hand (Gold)" attack.

    Blitz 128 

Associated Tropes:

  • Berserk Button: He doesn't like his mushroom head being touched, as Alpha figured out.
  • Heal Thyself: One of the Items that appear from the "OPEN THE BOX" attack releases a 1up Mushroom, capable of recovering a small amount of health.
  • Plant Person: His character is based off of a mushroom.

     Kindarspirit 

Associated Tropes:

  • Smurfette Principle: The only female Net King. She jokes that it technically makes her a Net Queen.

     Rubyrulz 

Associated Tropes:

  • Ditto Fighter: He's type Mokujin that can change within the same fight, and can use moves the characters he copies before they even know them because of his high level.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Appeared early in the series as Alpha's doubleganger to get a better understanding of him.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: He can only copy opponents that are within his opponent's cache (as in, people his opponents have seen and/or fought before). Nailock takes advantage of this and deletes his cache data so he could defeat Ruby easily.

     EXE 

Associated Tropes

  • The Atoner: Seems to genuinely regret his actions when realizing they endangered the Net King's surrogate daughter Motherboard.
  • Blood Knight: Developed the Battle System alongside Zetto, though his desire of fighting and being the strongest of TOME isn't nearly as defined. Or rather, as obvious or insane
  • Doppelgänger Attack: Can split himself up to three times.
  • Eye Scream: received a scar from Kagemamaru.
  • Fire, Ice, Lightning: Can use any three of these elements, which is clear by his slight hue coloring each time. Combined with his Doppelgänger Attack, this makes him a tough opponent.
  • The Man Behind the Man: It's revealed in season 2 he was giving Zetto orders and controlling the D-Bug and D-Bug II Organizations from behind the scenes the whole time.

     Zetto 

Associated Tropes

Cyber Protectorate Department

    Giga 

    Will 

    Sephie 

    Eclipse 

    Ohma 

Other Characters

    The Wise Mankey 

    Tamerlisa & Foreva 

    Akuma The Hedgehog 

    Megzheartcho 

    Prismaya 

    Ichinar 

    Nico The Dealer 
  • Snake Oil Salesman: Tries to sell Tsuzuku an item within the game called "Christmas Crack" (which is most likely either banned from the game or useless, given its name and the way Nico tries to present it) in the Christmas Episode, but gets the in-game currency and name of the game wrong. Tsuzuku tells him to go away.

    Jamer 

    Kucoraxus 

    Calencrow 

    Phetus 

Artificial Intelligence

    Kagemamoru 

    Flux 

    D-Bug 

    Motherboard 

Season 4 Characters

Characters who never appear in the series but were intended to debut in Season 4, the cancelled Season. These characters are notable in that they tend not to have any counterparts in future versions of the TOME story, and their existence and purpose are only known through Chris Niosi's DeviantArt page.

     Niidol 
     Majin 
     Bokuden 
     X-Virusites 
     Erti 
     Purplethorn 
     Swiffox 
     Psycho 
     Ryouko 
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Appears at the end of Season 3, but Season 4's cancellation negates the effects of this.
     Flashblade 
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Appears all the way back in the TTA Christmas Special from Season 2.
     Zeomutant 
     Kazaa 
     Fauna 
     DarkEyesOfAnubis  
     Xirra 
Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report