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Waffle Ryebread
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The protagonist of the game, a police officer trying to stop the Black Cats Gang from causing trouble for the people of Prairia. He has a history with the leader of the gang, Alicia Priss of the Priss sisters, having once been friends with her in their childhood. He doesn't understand why Alicia and her sisters are hurting the dog-people and hopes to make up with her.

He later makes a cameo in a game of the same continuity, Solatorobo, showing up in Shepherd on patrol. Along with his sidekick Panta, he's trying to keep the Priss sisters from causing too much trouble.

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Panta

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The sidekick of Waffle Ryebread, who provides a minor role in allowing him to report to headquarters (i.e save) at certain points. Although he has hopes of capturing the Priss sisters himself, he's not the most intimidating officer on the force.

In the game Solatorobo he ends up showing up in Shepherd with Waffle on patrol. Along with his partner, he’s trying to keep the Priss sisters from causing too much trouble.


  • Chibi: Has more proportions of the chibi than others in the game, even missing a Caninu nose.
  • Fair Cop: While you might argue that Panta is more "cute" than "hot", he is quite young regardless.
  • Female Feline, Male Mutt: Played straight pairing him and his partner across from the feline Priss sisters.

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Alicia Priss

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One of the three Priss sisters and the leader of the Black Cats Gang, who's trying to steal several special crystals around Prairia under the guidance of a weapons merchant named Fool. In reality she's just seeking to make a home for the cat-people and believes that Fool will help them to do it, believing that her people suffer from the dog-people.

She makes an appearance in the game Solatorobo, on vacation in Shepherd with Flare and Stair. Of course she can't resist causing some mischief—particularly to get Waffle’s attention—and drags her sisters along for the ride.


Stair Priss

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One of the three Priss sisters of the Black Cats Gang, who's trying to steal several special crystals around Prairia under the guidance of a weapons merchant named Fool. She goes along with whatever her sister says, although she's a lot more critical out of the three.

She makes an appearance in the game Solatorobo on vacation in Shepherd with Flare and Alicia. She's content to just sight-see, but when Alicia can’t help herself from getting into some mischief she follows her lead anyway.


Flare Priss

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One of the three Priss sisters of the Black Cats Gang, who's trying to steal several special crystals around Prairia under the guidance of a weapons merchant named Fool. She's the youngest of the three and, although she doesn't hate dog-people, she goes along with whatever Alicia says.

She makes an appearance in the game Solatorobo on vacation in Shepherd with Stair and Alicia. She's content to just sight-see, but when Alicia can’t help herself from getting into some mischief she follows her lead anyway.


  • Bare Your Midriff: Flare wears this kind of outfit along with Alicia.
  • Cartoon Bomb: The weapon of choice of the Black Cats Gang's battle balloon.
  • Genki Girl: She's this out of the three.
  • Playing Sick: Pulls this gambit to with Cyan to escape from prison later in the game, saying her stomach hurts. He falls for it hook, line, and sinker and she gets away.
  • Tights Under Shorts: Wears these in her outfit.
  • Terrible Trio: Being one of the Priss sisters.

Fool

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An infamous weapons merchant and the one behind all of the illegal activities in Prairia being perpetrated by the Black Cats Gang. After convincing the Priss sisters that the cat people have suffered great injustice at the hands of the dog people, he then promises them that he will help them make a new homeland for the cats, and it's seemingly for this that he has them steal the crystals around Prairia.


  • Big Bad: He's the one for the game.
  • The Man Behind the Man: He's the one behind the Black Cats Gang, at least in this case.
  • Meaningful Name: The meaning is blatantly obvious in this case; he was a fool to think he could control the Iron Giant.
  • Obviously Evil: It's a wonder that Alicia thought that he was trustworthy in the first place, with that sneering voice and evil yellow eyes.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He's purple all over.

Princess Therria

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The princess of Prairia, and an eventual love interest for Waffle. She's initially captured by the Black Cats Gang so that Waffle will hand over one of the crystals they need, but after she's freed she continues to try and help get the thieves brought to justice, while also making sure Waffle is recognized for his heroism.

She makes an appearance in the game Solatorobo while on vacation in Shepherd along with her bodyguard. Therria seems to have taking a liking to watching Duel Tournaments, so Red often runs into her there.


Cyan Garland

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The captain of the guard and competition for Waffle when it comes to Therria—that is, if Waffle had any interest in competing. Although a bumbling guard who's mostly good for falling into traps to "warn" Waffle about it, he still aspires to have some of Waffle's glory.

He makes an appearance in Solatorobo as the bodyguard to Princess Therria from while she's on vacation in the Shepherd Republic. As Therria has taking a liking to watching Duel Tournaments, Cyan accompanies her and is continually impressed by Red’s skill.


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