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Demon God Dumplin
voiced by: Curtis "Takahata101" Arnott (Male Voice Option 8 in-game), Nick "Lanipator" Landis (commentary & Mr. Popo)
The protagonist of The Adventures of Dumplin. Hero of the Time Patrol alongside Future Trunks and the second husband of Towa. He later refines his Demon God powers and undergoes a metamorphosis into the Dark Lord Popo, who is Mr. Popo as seen in the abridged series.
- Always Someone Better: Word of God says that the Omni-King is one of the few people who Dumplin's power alone cannot surpass.
- By that logic, he's also weaker than the Tori-bot, the Author Avatar of Akira Toriyama, creator of Dragonball.
- Ascended Fanon: His being the younger Mr. Popo is a fan speculation that TFS accepted as canon.
- Battle Couple: With the two Towas after he seduces them.
- Beam Spam: By the second half of the Xenoverse playthrough Dumplin's main strategy in battle is, "build up Ki as quickly as possible then hit opponents with Last Blast".
- Cry Laughing: The only thing he can do in the Everybody Laughs Ending after the subsequent death of his wife and step-son.
- Dating Catwoman: Dumplin and Towa got together after the first Xenoverse, despite having been against each other. Sadly, it didn't last as Towa left her family to continue with her plans when Dumplin and Puddin disapproved of them.
- Disappeared Dad: Dumplin is very busy and has thousands of children. As a result, he doesn't pay much attention to his kids. He does give Puddin attention since they both work in the Time Patrol.
- Doting Parent: To Puddin, at least. As Mr. Popo, he also seems to have a good relationship with Spudz.
- Extreme Omnisexual: The guys repeatedly state that Dumplin is Omnisexual and will bang anything and anyone — except Pan. He can turn into a key and fuck KaiserNeko's door. It is said that Dumplin fertilized the Time Egg that Tokitoki laid.
- Family Theme Naming: Dumplin and his Majin descendants are named after desserts, as Puddin and her child, Froyo, show.
- The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: As Lani and Kirran find out in The Adventures of Dumplin episode 39.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: From a goofy-smiling Majin who may not have even existed before being wished up by Trunks, to the inheritor of the title of Demon God who would eventually become the horrifying Mr. Popo and create his own reality to play in.
- Has Two Mommies: Dumpin's "daddies" are KaiserNeko, Lanipator, and Kirran. Grant is also considered one of Puddin's grandfathers despite not having been present for Dumplin's creation.
- Hurting Hero: Dumplin has reached this stage by the end of Xenoverse 2, as not only did his wife Towa betray him in order to reopen the demon realm but by the end of the playthrough Towa is absorbed into Mira and Puddin was forced to put them both down after Mira is mortally injured. Afterwards all he can do is laugh through his tears during the Everybody Laughs Ending.
- Informed Ability: His status as an unstoppable demon god mostly comes from the trio's words.
- Kamehame Hadoken: His Signature Move, Dumplin's Last Blast, is derived from Vegeta's Final Flash technique. Additionally, he and Gokū destroy Demigra with a dual Kamehameha (though Dumplin neither wanted nor needed his help for that).
- Kubrick Stare: Has a constant one by default.
- Oh, Crap!: The Supreme Kai of Time's cooking elicits this reaction from him, with Lanipator dubbing it his ultimate "I'm gonna dump!" face.
- Power Perversion Potential: His shapeshifting abilities allow him to turn into a key and fuck KaiserNeko's door.Dumplin: Open up, Kaiser. Let me in. Knock. Knock.
- Really Gets Around: Dumplin has a lot of kids with a lot of people. He had Puddin with Towa (and a cat), Spudz with Gokū and Piccolo upon the Dragon Balls, fertilized Tokitoki's Time Egg, Jynx is Popo's bitch, etc.
- Ret Gone: Is nearly removed from the timeline when Towa goes back and kills Shenron just before Future Trunks can wish for Dumplin.
- Royal Harem: Has a large number of alternate reality Towas as his wives.
- Self-Made Orphan: Kills Lani and Kirran for no apparent reason at the end of episode 39 of The Adventures of Dumplin, though they come back.
- Signature Move: The Fuck Box Combo, which he always follows up with his Last Blast (derived from Vegeta's Final Flash).
- Start of Darkness: Dumplin's Xenoverse story is Abridged Mr. Popo's early years.
- Stepford Smiler: He can only laugh through his tears after Puddin is forced to Mercy Kill his ex-wife and step-son.
- Story-Breaker Power: According to the boys, Dumplin at full strength is easily the most powerful creature in the universe and that it's their own ineptitude in playing the game that prevents Dumplin from accessing his full potential. If they weren't using the controller and allowed Dumplin to fight on his own he'd easily be able to curbstomp every opponent he goes up against.
- Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: The Tiny Guy to Towa, who is so much taller than Dumplin he doesn't even come up to her waist.
- Ugly Guy, Hot Wife: Short, cartoonish-looking Demon God Dumplin marries the tall and beautiful Towa following his ascension to godhood. Their daughter, Puddin, is The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter.
- Unskilled, but Strong: The way they played him was Beam Spam after Beam Spam with no regard to strategy or basic accuracy.
- Unwanted Assistance: Dumplin really hates it when Trunks plays Mission Control and gives him unnecessary instructions.
- You Kill It, You Bought It: In Xenoverse 1 Dumplin allowed himself to be almost controlled by Demigra's magic in order to absorb its power ala Goku with the Super Saiyan God form in Battle of Gods. After killing Demigra, he then becomes the new Demon God Dumplin.
voiced by: Stephanie Young
- Action Mom: She was already this to Fu in Dragon Ball Online, but she's also this to Dumplin's daughter Puddin.
- Alternate Timeline: One where she was seduced by Dumplin and wound up settling down and having a child together much to the other Towas created with each alternate timeline created.
- Battle Couple: With Dumplin after they hook up.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: The Time-Breakers' dark magic allows her to recruit and empower several villains, including Turles, Lord Slug, Janemba, Broly, and the Masked Saiyannote .
- Dating Catwoman: With Dumplin, though she left him and Puddin later on to restart her plans.
- Devour the Dragon: Inverted when she's absorbed by Mira.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Deep down, Towa still loves Puddin and Dumplin. And of course, she loves Mira. But she will put the needs of her people before them.
- Family Versus Career: The guys interpret her actions in Xenoverse 2 this way, saying that while she does love Dumplin and Puddin, she's still committed to her plan to revive the Dark Demon Realm even if it means fighting her own family members.
- Love-Interest Traitor: By the time Xenoverse 2 starts Towa has left Dumplin and, along with Mira, is once again trying to reopen the demon realm. However she does still care about her husband and daughter, she is just a woman of conviction and she wants to protect her people.
- Mad Scientist: A brilliant scientist like Bardock, only she prefers screwing around with the space-time continuum, magically brainwashing people, and evil botany.
- Mercy Kill: After Mira absorbed her and his fatally struck by Gokū, Puddin has no choice but to put them both down.
- Morality Chain: Puddin is hers. Even when they're fighting, Towa still loves her daughter and wouldn't kill her even if it was beneficial. The worst she tried to do was send her into the Fuckbox (equivalent to a time out or being grounded). And when Mira tried to kill his sister, Towa even stepped in to save her - but it was at the cost of her own life.
- Parental Abandonment: Her absence in various parts of Puddin's life growing up is especially egregious because she is literally a time traveller and has no excuse for being late at things like piano recitals or soccer games.Puddin: The Joneses had to give me my orange slice, mom! That's something your mom does!
- Timey-Wimey Ball: She fights alongside Dumplin and another alternate timeline version of herself in Xenoverse.
- Truly Single Parent:
- To her creation, Mira.
- Averted with Puddin, who she conceived with Dumplin.
- Unwitting Pawn: To Demigra, who was able to escape the Crack of Time thanks to her experiments and alterations weakening the seal on him.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Towa wants to reopen the demon realm much like in the canon story however she wants to do this because her race is dying and she wants to save them.
voiced by: J. Michael Tatum
Towa's ex-husband and greatest creation.
- Big Brother Bully: Sort of one to Puddin.
- Cain and Abel: With his half-sister Puddin.
- The Comically Serious: When compared to his jolly stepfather and cheerful half-sister. He also calls Beerus a buzzkill for making him and Puddin take a snack break from fighting.
- Devour the Dragon: Inverted when he absorbs Towa.
- Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: Mouthing off to Beerus despite knowing full well how powerful and temperamental he is marks perhaps one of the only times Puddin is impressed by him.
- Dragon Ascendant: By means of absorbing the Time Egg and Towa as well. He would have gotten away with it too, if it weren't for Puddin being forced to put him down by Goku's thirst to "secure the kill".
- Face Death with Dignity: Even as he is dying, the only thing on Mira's mind is that he no longer can fight his sister.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: In his Final Battle with Puddin, Gokū butts in and uses his "Dragon Fist" technique to punch through Mira and rip the Time Egg out of him, mortally wounding him to the point that Puddin had to Mercy Kill him with a Kamehame-Nya.
- Mercy Kill: Obliterated by Puddin's Kamehame-Nya after Gokū mortally wounds him in attempting to retrieve the Time Egg with "Dragon Fist".
- Momma's Boy: To Towa, which puts him at odds with Dumplin and Puddin.
- One-Winged Angel: After absorbing Towa and the Time Egg from Tokitoki, he achieves a powerful transformation that looks like a Yeti.
- Ridiculously Human Robot: A cybernetic warrior built to test the strength of any Time Warrior created for the games.
- The Rival: Played with.
- While Xenoverse's story tries to depict him as this to its protagonist, Dumplin never really regard him as a real rival.
- Although Puddin regards Gokū and Future Trunks as the closest she has to a rival, Mira actually fits this for her much better than he ever did with Dumplin, especially since they already have a genuine sibling rivalry.
- Self-Insert Fic: In-universe, Dragon Ball Online is his, in which he married Towa.
- Serious Business: He blames Puddin for ruining their family's Thanksgiving dinners.
- Tangled Family Tree: Let's see, he was once married to Towa who remarried a Majin, causing her to spawn another majin, and it turns out he was constructed by Towa to fight fellas like Son Goku and his entourage And there are timelines (or at least fan fictions) where he and Towa procreate.
- Villainous Crush: On his own mother. Puddin read the fanfictions he wrote, and was understandably squicked by it.
- Worthy Opponent: Subverted; though the story plays him up as The Rival to the Future Warrior in both games, Dumplin didn't see Mira as anything more than an obstacle during his own adventures. With Puddin, it's a bit of different story.
Demon Demigodess Puddin
voiced by: Amanda Lee aka "LeeAndLie/AmaLee" (Female Voice Option 12 in-game)/ Caitlyn Muncy aka "BoobsMcBalrog" (Puddin' Rap)
The main protagonist of The Adventures Of Puddin. Daughter of Dumplin and Towa, Puddin is a member of the Time Patrol who, at the start of the series, has decided to follow in her father's footsteps and eventually becomes the saviour of Conton City.
- Arch-Enemy: Although Mira is probably the closest she has to this in terms of villains, she determines her true archenemy to be not any of the villains she's fought, but Future Trunks and Gokū. Trunks because he's an incompetent failure who keeps making her job harder than it should be, and Gokū because he inappropriately butted in on the family squabble between her and Mira and escalated it to the point where she had no choice but to Mercy Kill her family, all because of his need to play The Hero and "secure the kill".
- Battle Couple: With Cooler.
- Beware the Cute Ones: Don't let her cute demeanor fool you. She'll spike your skull with a Spirit Sword before carving you and everything in a large area around you to pieces. With a smile.
- Breakout Character: Puddin was initially created during the Beta Xenoverse 2 stream as a throwaway character meant to get the basic grasp of how the game worked and then deleted after the playthrough was over. However she proved very popular in the chat with fanart created for her hours into the stream and many requests for her to be made canon. Afterwards Puddin was officially made the canon character for their Xenoverse 2 Let's Plays and she has become one of Team Four Star's most popular original characters.
- BrotherSister Incest: Not really but alluded to. After one of Puddin's last fights with Mira, she gets a D rank for that particular mission.Lanipator: (angrily) Who gave Puddin the D?!Kirran: Mira.
- But Not Too Bi: While Puddin has been confirmed as omnisexual, all of her romantic relationships have been with males.
- Unless you go with the Abridged version of Dodoria, which the guys seemed to lean towards in their playthrough, in which she'd be considered Puddin's (ex)girlfriend.
- Cain and Abel: With Mira.
- The Cape: Puddin dresses up in a superhero costume based on the Great Saiyaman with her family's colour scheme and defends Conton City from evil. Although unlike most of the capes she works with Puddin's demon blood means that she believes in less pure good vs. evil but more maintaining an acceptable balance between the two. This is why she can simultaneously protect Planet Namek from Freeza's forces but also be working with Freeza's forces at the same time. That being said between the two she has a lot more morals then her father.
- Chaotic Neutral: By her own admission in the Puddin' Rap
- Contralto of Danger: If the Puddin' Rap is any indication, her Surprise Creepy swings are coupled with any cuteness dropping from her voice leaving her with this.
- Contrasting Sequel Main Character: While Dumplin was a short, ugly and vaguely villainous individual who focussed on Ki attacks, Puddin' sticks to close quarters combat, is of relatively normal height and is considerably more heroic then her parents.
- The Cutie: With her adorable cat smile and energetic personality, how could she not be this?
- Daddy's Girl: Puddin admires her father a great deal and she became a Time Patroller in Xenoverse 2 in large because she wanted to make her father proud. The two are said to have a really good relationship with each other.
- Dating Catwoman: Got together with Cooler after the events of Xenoverse 2. She had a brief relationship with Dodoria beforehand, but s/he had threatened to kill Puddin for getting stronger, thus ending their relationship.
- Dishing Out Dirt: One of her signature attacks, which is Freeza's Death Meteor technique, is this on a massive scale.
- Dude, Where's My Respect?: When the Supreme Kai of Time treats Puddin like a rookie and tells Trunks to show Puddin "how it's done" on a mission together, despite Puddin's accomplishments and Trunks being a Failure Hero, Puddin's reaction is to lay back and watch as Mira beat Trunks to a pulp, until Mira sets his sights on Puddin and Trunks tries to take credit for her success.
- Extreme Omnisexual: Word of God has stated that Puddin shares her father's sexual preferences and doesn't care about races or genders. Although, unlike her father, she doesn't seem to get around as much as Dumplin and seems content with whatever partner she's with at the time.
- Family Theme Naming: Much like her father Puddin is named after a dessert.
- Good Vs Good: Her treatment of Future Trunks and Gokū as her worst enemies could be considered this, since all involved parties are unambiguously on the side of good and yet Puddin's reasons for hating them are all too understandable.
- Genki Girl: Puddin is this to a Tee.
- Hand Wave: The reason she doesn't start disappearing when Towa RetGones Dumplin is because she's apparently in a time warp. Lanipator compares this to "Super's bullshit canon" explanation for why Zamasu still exists as Gokū Black and Future Zamasu even after being killed by Beerus in the present.
- Heroic Lineage: Puddin is Dumplin's daughter and follows in his footsteps as a hero.
- "I Am" Song: The Puddin Rap.
- Interspecies Romance: Has had two of these over the course of the Xenoverse 2 playthrough. The first is with Dodoria which ends after she gets insecure in how strong Puddin is and threatens to kill her. Afterwards she starts one with her former rival Cooler that ends with them becoming the Official Couple and giving birth to Frogurt.
- It's Personal: Gokū's completely inappropriate interference in Puddin and Mira's final battle/familial conflict offends Puddin so much that it puts Gokū on par with Trunks as Puddin's greatest nemesis. Considering that his involvement forced Puddin to kill her own family when she could have saved them otherwise, you can't really blame her for putting that on the same level as Trunks's constant monumental screwups.
- Love You and Everybody: When Cooler temporarily leaves her for Dodoria, Puddin's lack of grief over it is due to a weird variation of this trope. She had as much emotional investment in those relationships as she does in any random bird or patch of grass. It's "Love You and Everything (except my enemies and people who try to fight me)".
- Magic Dance: The Parapara Dance learned from Pan is used by Puddin several times to incapacitate enemies with her infectious joy.
- Mercy Kill: Puddin had no choice but to destroy Towa and Mira after Gokū needlessly escalated her fight with the latter, who had absorbed the former into himself.
- The Needless: Puddin does not sleep because she is a demon demigoddess. She once tried to pretend to sleep to make Cooler feel less awkward, but it just creeped him out.
- Not So Different: While Puddin considers Goku her greatest enemy, she is actually a lot like him. They are both unambiguously on the side of good, but are willing to do anything for a good fight to become stronger. They also both use other people's attacks instead of developing their own. What makes this even more ironic, Puddin's signature move is the one move that Goku did create.
- Odd Friendship: With Android #18.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: All she does is put on Groucho Marx glasses and change the symbol on her belt when going to and from Namek and Cooler while fighting for both sides.
- Power Copying: Another one of her signature attacks is the Puddin' Pop, which is really the Big Bang Attack. Not that several pre-android saga Vegetas would notice.Lani!Vegeta: Wow, that move sure did have a big bang to it
- And of course, most of her moveset is derived from other characters techniques, such as Death Meteor from Freeza and Spirit Sword from Vegito.
- The guys are enraged when the finale of the main story makes her copy and use a Kamehame-Nya despite her not actually knowing the move.
- Power-Up Letdown: How Puddin views the Majin race's Purification transformation as all it does is turn her into a Palette Swapped version of Kid Buu and removes all of her equipment and abilities in the place of Kid Buu's moves. It's the reason why, even in life or death situations, she refuses to ever use it and instead relies more on her unlocked potential or Kaioken power ups.
- The Rival: Cooler was the closest she had to one before they hooked up. Mira probably fits this best, which makes sense since it's yet another layer on their sibling rivalry.
- Slap-Slap-Kiss: This seems to be how Puddin's relationship with Cooler went down. Initially the two of them were each others bitter rival, Cooler arrived on the battlefield during the Goku vs Freeza fight and gave Puddin her first real loss and several more after that forcing her to train and defeat Cooler. Despite this victory the two of them continued to fight each other often get in the way of each others plans. However by episode 32 the two teamed up in order to defeat Freeza and then started dating. Afterwards the two became the Official Couple of the series and eventually had a child in Frogurt.
- Self-Made Orphan: Puddin had no choice but to kill Mira, and by extension, Towa, who had been absorbed by Mira.
- Signature Move: She develops a few over the course of her adventures.
- At first, she tries to retool the Big Bang Attack into the Puddin Pop, but it keeps missing. It also doesn't work very well when she's trying to fight Cooler for the first time and he keeps interrupting her.
- The Puddin Pummel, derived from the Meteor Crash. Also, the Deadly Dance she learned from Android #18 and the Justice Combination she learned from the Great Saiyaman.
- The first move she learns from Pan (and the only useful one), the Parapara Dance, is put to good use multiple times.
- Freeza's Death Meteor technique ends up becoming a go-to move for her to use, usually referred to as just "throwing the rocks".
- Spin-Offspring: Puddin is Dumplin's daughter and the protagonist of most of the Xenoverse 2 playthrough.
- Superior Successor: While she's not at Dumplin's level quite yet, she does have the potential to eventually surpass him, and unlike him, is focused and concentrated in her fighting style compared to the unbridled energy he let loose.
- Surprise Creepy: Never forget she's still her father's daughter and has demon blood running in her veins. Occasionally she'll act out in ways that wouldn't be that bad if it wasn't for her usual Genki Girl personality offsetting it (and her smile never changing, causing a strong Uncanny Valley effect).
- Token Good Teammate: Compared to her family, her beau, and most of the Player Characters that Team Four Star makes.
- The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter: Born with the good looks of Towa and the monstrous potential of Dumplin's strength.
- Unknown Rival: According to his dialogue in the Super DLC update for Xenoverse 2, Gokū considers the new Future Warrior to be one of his friends. However, in Puddin's case, this sentiment is not mutual.
- Unwanted Assistance: While Dumplin had to put up with Trunks annoying him with pointless guidance, Puddin has to deal with Trunks actively making mistakes that impede her progress and make everything worse for her. Trunks is constantly chasing away enemies that Puddin was just about to defeat with ease and his actions are so detrimental to the Time Patrol that Puddin suspects him of being a plant who is sabotaging her missions for the Time Breakers.
- "Well Done, Daughter!" Gal: Not so much for Dumplin, but with her mother Towa as she was apparently never really around or saw any of Puddin's dance recitals. Puddin really wants her mommy to be more involved with her life. And to stop making passes at her beau.
- You Killed My Father: Less of this and more of "You Made Me Kill My Mother and Half-Brother", but this is basically the reason why she hates Gokū as much as she hates Future Trunks.
- You Kill It, You Bought It: Tried to do this to Beerus to take his power and become Goddess of Destruction just as Dumplin did to Demon God Demigra, though it doesn't seem to have stuck.
voiced by: Ian Sinclair ("Cool" Voice Option in Ultimate Tenkaichi)
Debuted in Dragonball Z Ultimate Tenkaichi in an independent playthrough hosted by Lanipator four years prior to the team's Xenoverse 2 playthrough. Spudz is a Saiyan/Namekian/Genie/Dragon hybrid created by Mr. Popo as a son of sorts which makes him the half(ish)-brother of Puddin and the stepbrother of Mira.
- Arch-Enemy: In Lani Ball Z, Capsule Corp. is his Arch-Enemy, since they keep launching capsules in his face as a marketing strategy while he's flying through the air during the loading screens, and he keeps swatting them away.
- A Day in the Limelight: Shares one with Triangle in episode 54 of the Xenoverse 2 playthrough.
- Early-Bird Cameo: A playable version of him was created offscreen and briefly seen as an option in The Adventures of Dumplin, but wasn't played onscreen until Xenoverse 2.
- Extra Parent Conception: Conjured up from trace elements of Goku, Piccolo, and Mr. Popo after they had a three-way on the Dragon Balls.
- Heroic Bastard: The illegitimate offspring of Mr. Popo, Son Gokū, and Piccolo, somehow. The "illegitimate" part is often emphasized in descriptions of him.
- Heroic Lineage: From Gokū, Duplin (via Mr. Popo), and Piccolo.
- Hero of Another Story: Is the star of Lani Ball Z, a playthrough of Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi made indepentently from the rest of Team Four Star before he was moved into Xenoverse 2 to become the boys' playable Saiyan character.
- Parody Sue: His convoluted backstory is the mark of this, though it's more apparent in Lani Ball Z where he actually gets focus and is the hero.
- Out of Focus: In comparison to the other playable protagonists in the Xenoverse 2 Let's Plays. Spudz only appears very briefly at the end of one episode of Xenoverse 2 in order to get his transformation and he doesn't even go Super Saiyan at the end of it. Then again since he's already been the hero of Ultimate Tenkaichi this may have been justified.
- Smug Super: Spudz is very confident in his strength but considering the fact that he's a hybrid of three of the strongest warriors from four of the strongest species in the universe it's more than justified.
- Super Mode: Acquires the Super Saiyan transformation during Lani Ball Z, and also achieved it offscreen during Xenoverse 2. Since the guys put him in Xenoverse 2 specifically to unlock all the race exclusive transformations, they ended up having him work for a variant called "Super Vegeta" just so he'd have something to do onscreen.
- Golden Super Mode: Subverted and downplayed, since his turban covers his hair and most of the gold aura isn't apparent when he uses the form.
- Theme Naming: Subverted. While he does fit the theme naming for Saiyans, he doesn't fit the one established for offspring of Dumplin/Mr. Popo, which is "Named after Deserts," as Puddin, Dumplin, and Frogurt are. This can be blamed on Lani Ball Z being made years before Xenoverse or Xenoverse 2 coming out.
voiced by: Apphia Yu (Male Voice Option 2 in-game)
The child of Puddin and Cooler.
- Added Alliterative Appeal: Invoked when the Xenoverse 2 Let's Play is temporarily renamed The Fantastic Fjourney of Frogurt once Frogurt becomes the Player Character.
- Always Chaotic Evil: Apparently, Fantastic Racism is In the Blood from their father's side of the family, since it's the reason they throw out a racial slur against Turles during their first fight. Also, they instinctively give out an Evil Laugh while using Uncle Freeza's Supernova technique.
- Ambiguous Gender: Word of God has stated that while their mother and maternal grandfather are omnisexual, Frogurt is omnisex and doesn't associate themselves with any type of gender.
- Artistic License Biology: In-universe, they assume that Gohan's broken finger at a young age never healed and prevented him from participating in crucial historic battles from then on.
- Bad Future: Several possible.
- The original backstory was that they came from a Bad Future to fix what went wrong but wasn't clear on what they had to fix. One fan created a comic which revealed that said bad future was the result of Trunks going mad to save his future (and in the process, killing everyone in Conton City, sealing Puddin in the Fuckbox, and trapping Dumplin with the Evil Containment Wave. He then eats the Time Egg). In coming back, the first thing they do is accidentally inspire their father to name his kid "Frogurt."
- Once Characterization Marched On, it was more that Frogurt had no clue on what they were supposed to fix, so tried to fix everything. The side effect was that Pan was the greatest hero of their timeline.
- Kirran and Grant imply that the "Big Disaster" they had to go back and fix was making sure that they got some of the recurring quests done.
- Characterization Marches On: Within a single video (incidentally, the first video Lanipator was present for during Frogurt's tenure) Frogurt goes from a genuine hero coming from a Bad Future to Set Right What Once Went Wrong to a paranoid, dystopian, antiheroic Knight Templar with instinctive Fantastic Racism who has gone off the deep end in their attempts to do protect the future, becoming an overprotective, megalomaniacal dictator screwing up the timeline.
- Crutch Character: After going Knight Templar, their plans basically amount to being this for the heroes forever.
- A Day in the Limelight: At least for the Xenoverse 2 playthroughs as they are the main protagonist of The Fantastic Fjourney of Frogurt (aka episodes 50-54).
- Depending on the Writer: When it was just Kirran and Grant playing as them, Frogurt was a legitimately heroic figure whose worst shortcomings were ignorance about the history they're trying to change and impatience causing them to repeatedly go through time and make reckless alterations. Once Lanipator started contributing to their lore, they became a paranoid Knight Templar, totalitarian dictator, and a slight racist. There is also much more emphasis on their lack of crucial knowledge, going beyond historical ignorance and extending to no understanding of human biology and the logical consequences of their actions.
- Early Installment Character-Design Difference: Originally a lot of fanart and the guys own interpretation of Frogurt said that they had a Majin antenna and were presented as female. Howerver due to the limitations of the Xenoverse 2 customisation engine they made Frogurt a full Freeza race creation instead (with the In-Universe reason for the lack of antenna being that he is using shapeshifting to keep it out of sight) and their sex changed into omnisex.
- Heroic Lineage: The child of Puddin and grandchild of Dumplin, heroes of the Time Patrol. They're also the heir to the throne of Cooler's empire by virtue of being his only offspring, and inheritor of the power of the Demon Gods.
- Hero-Worshipper: In their timeline, Pan is the strongest warrior who always saves the day, and she's the only one who that they don't try to kidnap and "protect".
- Idiot Hero: Frogurt is very ignorant about the history they're trying to change, lacks an understanding of biology, and in general makes a lot of foolish, misguided decisions.
- In-Series Nickname: "Frogurt" is short for Frozen Yogurt.
- In the Blood:
- From their mother's side, immense power and a slight chaotic inclination toward both good and evil.
- From their father's side, Fantastic Racism against the Saiyans and dictatorial tendencies.
- Family Theme Naming: Frogurt is actually a combination of name motifs from both their respective parentages. Their mother's side retains Puddin's theme of being named after a dessert and Cooler's side retains the Cold family's low temperature based names. Thus Frogurt's name is representative of a frozen dessert.
- Fantastic Racism: They instinctively throw out a racial slur against the Saiyans during their first confrontation with Turles, which can be attributed to the influence of their father's bloodline. It doesn't seem to be a conscious trait, since they apparently hold Pan in high regard despite her also being a Saiyan.
- Golden Super Mode: The reason they were made in the game was so that TFS would have a character to achieve the race exclusive Golden Form.
- Kid from the Future: Is Puddin and Cooler's child from some unknown point in the future who, much like Future Trunks, has come back in time to prevent some unknown catastrophe. Unfortunately, due to crucial information not being recorded at the time and because they never bothered studying what little there was to learn in history class, Frogurt has no idea exactly when the cataclysm occurs and thus they have traveled too far and have ended up in their mother's hero days instead.
- Kid Hero: Frogurt's voice was chosen to emphasize this.
- Knight Templar: An example that looks more My Beloved Smother than it usually does. Frogurt came to the past in order to prevent some unknown catastrophe. However, due to not having enough information about the past they are intensely paranoid and have gone so far as to win battles that the Z Fighters are canonically supposed to lose and is willing to lock them up eternally in padded cells in the Hyperbolic Time Chamber to keep them safe from harm.
- My Beloved Smother: Their totalitarian dictatorship amounts to being extremely overprotective of the heroes and never letting them leave their sight.
- Partial Transformation: Word of God has stated that Frogurt does have partial shapeshifting abilities from both sides of their family heritage although they mostly uses it to hide their antenna as they are in disguise in the past and to conjure a second sword to use for their attacks.
- Politically Incorrect Hero: Has a degree of Fantastic Racism against Saiyans, though this is something inherited from their father's bloodline. Also, the fact that they're kind of a megalomaniacal dictator.
- Set Right What Once Went Wrong: Frogurt came from a Bad Future to the past to prevent a catastrophe that they know very little about. They end up going too far with this and try to set right what is meant to go wrong by replacing the heroes in battles that they historically lose and then win those battles for them.
- Token Good Teammate: When properly introduced into the Xenoverse 2 playthrough, they followed in their mother's footsteps as this compared to just about every other Player Character TFS makes, though once Lanipator started contributing to Frogurt's lore, Frogurt subverted this.
- Uneven Hybrid: Frogurt is half Cooler's race, while the remaining half includes parts of Puddin's Majin, Demon, and cat lineage.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Frogurt means well and they genuinely want to save their family and the future, but their own paranoia is getting in the way of that goal and leads them into a darker path.
- White Sheep: Of their father's lineage, considering Frogurt is a hero trying to prevent future catastrophes while their father, uncle, and grandfather are all villainous space tyrants.
- Frogurt's status as a hero is noted by Grant to contrast with Team Four Star's habit of making weird, antiheroic monsters as their player characters. Of course, the same video this observation is made in also contains Frogurt's descent into Knight Templar/My Beloved Smother territory, bringing them more in line with the standard archetype.
- You Killed My Father: Is eager to slice Future Trunks's body in half (despite Ginyu being in Trunks's body) as revenge for his murder of "Shitty Uncle Freeza", not knowing that Freeza was the bad guy.
- You Kill It, You Bought It: Their time machine and sword were acquired after they killed Future Trunks and stole them from him. It's Laser-Guided Karma, since Time Patrol Trunks is probably responsible for the catastrophe that Frogurt is trying to prevent.
voiced by: Kirran "Lord Moonstone" Somerlade (commentary) & Nick "Lanipator" Landis (commentary and Male Voice Option 12)
The Token Human character of Xenoverse 2, Lirran was initially born after Lani and Kirran fused in the original Xenoverse stream, making sporadic appearances throughout their other gaming streams, before finally being officially shown in Xenoverse 2. He later becomes the protagonist of their Dragon Ball Fusions playthrough.
- A Day in the Limelight: Is the main protagonist of The Chronicles Of Lirran (aka episodes 46-49 of the Xenoverse 2 playthrough).
- Anachronic Order: The boys have had a bit of a bad habit of telling Lirran's tale in the wrong order. To recap, Lirran first debuted as a fusion of Lani and Kirran in the Xenoverse Classic playthrough in 2015, First playable as a Time Patroller in the 2016 Xenoverse 2 playthrough, then in 2017 becomes the main protagonist of the Fusions playthrough at the most distant past. Two years of climbing the ranks and it is done in the opposite order!
- Back from the Dead: A weird case of this in Episode 40 of The Adventures of Dumplin; Lirran's two component entities, Lanipator and Kirran, were killed by Dumplin and sent to the Fuck Box, and to revive them, the Dragon Balls were used to "bring back Lirran", who immediately defused into Lani and Kirran.
- Bare Your Midriff: One that you can grind meat off of to boot!
- The Bully: He and "Team Sea" at the Cell Games arena in Fusions are compared to a gang of high school bullies picking on nerds.
- Cool Shades: An intergal part of Lirran's character design in Xenoverse 2.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Is the main protagonist of The Chronicles Of Lirran (aka episodes 46-49 of the Xenoverse 2 playthrough) before ultimately taking up the main protagonist role in Dragon Ball Fusions.
- '80s Hair: Sports a Mullet and goatee as it is the closest medium between Lani and Kirran's hair length.
- Expository Hairstyle Change: His goatee is gone come Fusions.
- Fusion Dance: Of Lani and Kirran. In Fusions, he learns other Fusion Dance techniques.
- In his various Five Man Bands, they can perform the Ginyu Force's Ultra Fusion routine for a five-person fusion.
- After acquiring the Metamo Bracelet from Bulma, Lirran gains EX-Fusion and the possibilities become exponentially greater. All of them are named "LIRRAN" by default, but the guys come up with other names.
- The first EX-Fusion is with Tumeric, and the guys name it "Limeric", and later, "Lirric".
- With the Namekian named Android 76 (who has a rocket fist despite not being an actual android), they become "Lirroid 76".
- With Dennish to become "Lirrennish", which they choose specifically because Dennish is Bra's love interest in Fusions and they want the satisfaction of knowing that they have some connection to a dick that could potentially bang Vegeta's daughter.
- With Android 18, whose original name is Lazuli according to Toriyama, Lirran becomes Lirrzuli. This is the only two-person fusion he has with a female.
- At one point, he fuses with Goten, who he hates. The fusion is dubbed "Son Lirran" to avoid having to be reminded of which specific member of the Son family fused with Lirran.
- Fusing with Trunks creates Lirrunks.
- The Final Battle against Celluza has Lirran and his best friend Pinich (who previously fused with Celluza's components to form Ultra Pinich) fusing together.
- Gonk: His face squared up earlier than other lads his age if Fusions was any indication
- Gun Fu: Spams Ki Blasts like Cray-Cray in lieu of the Guns he wields in fanon.
- I Am Legion: More like, "WE ARE LIRRAN!"
- If It's You, It's Okay: Non-sexual example. Tumeric, an alien on Lirran's "Team Sea", would ordinarily kill whoever tries to touch his intriguing eyebrows, but he's cool with making an exception for Lirran.
- Incoming Ham: Upon being brought back by Shenron to indirectly revive Lani and Kirran.Lani!Lirran: WE!Kirran!Lirran: ARE!Both!Lirran: LIRRAN! WE LIIIIVE! (separates)
- In-Series Nickname: After Lirran fuses with an certain character who the team felt resembles Donald Trump, they refer to the resultant fusion as "Mr. President", and they continue to give that title to Lirran and his subsequent fusions even after separating from that guy.
- Kid Hero: Fusions was initially stated to be a prequel for Lirran's adventures in early to mid adolescence at the latest. However, they later suggest that Lirran's adventures in Fusions take place very far in his components' lives after they've mastered several skills, including the Fusion Dance to the point of maintaining it indefinitely.
- Kid Hero All Grown-Up: By Xenoverse 2.
- More Dakka: most of Lirran's techniques and ability developments are acquired with the intention of building an "arsenal" of guns. After exactly 100 skill points are devoted to his Ki Blast Supers attribute, the guys proclaim that he has achieved "gun-hundred".
- No Indoor Voice: Lampshaded.Lirran: WE! ONLY! HAVE! ONE! VOLUME!!!
- In fact, Lirran's name is deliberately spelled in all caps for Fusions to emphasize this, with the implication that other characters yell his name just like he does when they say it.
- Power Perversion Potential: In a weird way. He chooses to fuse with Dennish (Bra's love interest exclusive to Fusions) because he gets off on the idea that his dick fused with a dick that might bang Vegeta's daughter someday.
- Power-Up Letdown: Not to the same extent as Puddin with the Pure Majin transformation but Lirran is disappointed at the Flying Nimbus transformation as he can't use his finger guns while riding it meaning he can't do a fly-by.
- Promoted to Playable: Was heard offscreen in Drunklestiltskin and The Adventures of Dumplin before appearing in Xenoverse 2. He later became the main Player Character of Fusions.
- Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: "We! Are! LIRRAN!" In fact, this is pretty much how all of his lines go since it's the only way Lani and Kirran can talk in synch.
- The Rival: When meeting up with Pinich after assembling his own team for the Timespace Tournament, Lirran introduces Pinich to his teammates as his rival, though they aren't really rivals so much as friends.
- Signature Move: Planet Bomb in Fusions.
- Sunglasses at Night: Ever since the boys equipped sunglasses onto Lirran, he's never worn another accessory.
- The Voice: Lirran was initially a character only heard from in the commentary before becoming an in-game character in Xenoverse 2 and Fusions.
- Voice of the Legion: In commentary, he speaks with the voices of Lani and Kirran in unison. Averted in gameplay.
Triangle the Cowardly Namekian
A Namekian farmer who was reluctantly roped into Xenoverse 2 by the team.
- Actual Pacifist: Wailed that he's a pacifist while Piccolo and Nail were fighting him to train him.
- And Now for Someone Completely Different: Unlike Puddin, Lirran, Frogurt, and Spudz, Triangle has no established connection to Dumplin and his family.
- Awesome, but Impractical: Triangle's Giant Namekian form, as not only does it suck in the hands of a coward like Triangle, but due to his low amount of stamina, the transformation fizzles out after a few seconds of use. Meaning that, unless Triangle can decrease his enemies' health to a certain point that they can be taken out with one shot, the transformation is almost completely useless.
- Blessed with Suck: Triangle gains his race's ability to transform into a giant Namekian. Unfortunately all this does for the cowardly farmer is make him a bigger target for his enemies.
- The Call Knows Where You Live: Hence why the Time Patrol in charge of the call are keeping you locked away at Conton City until you answer the aformentioned call.Triangle: I JUST WANNA GO HOME!
- Call to Agriculture: Triangle is a farmer, and is told that growing giant will let him till the fields with one hand.
- Cowardly Lion: Triangle is a pacifist who doesn't like fighting enemies and will actively run away from encounters if given the chance. This is reflected in his moves as every technique he has involves blasting the opponent away from him as far as possible.
- A Day in the Limelight: Shares one with Spudz in episode 54 of the Xenoverse 2 playthrough.
- I Just Want to Be Normal: He is only undergoing the training so that he can return to his farm in peace.
- Mundane Utility: Tilling the fields with one hand as a giant farmer is pretty much the only benefit he can reap from his transformation.
- Our Giants Are Bigger: The Super-Size Ability of his race tends to hurt his brain.
- Reluctant Warrior: He was able to defeat Nail and Piccolo in training, but doesn't want to fight. All of his techniques are designed to keep threats far from him as possible and most of his finishing blows were just him swatting them away as a giant.
Fuck Box Geoff
A mysterious man that resides in the Fuck Box, Geoff is an amicable soul who engages those he meets in friendly games of Golden Axe.
- Cool Old Guy: Geoff is apparently an older gentlemen but that doesn't stop him from being amicable with those he meets enough that he tries to engage those held captive inside the Fuck Box with Golden Axe in order to pass the time.
- Mysterious Past: The origins of Fuck Box Geoff are shrouded in mystery; thus far we have no idea who Geoff was before he appeared in the Fuck Box, why he was send there in the first place, how he is able to keep his sanity in said dimension, or why he enjoys Golden Axe so much.
The protagonist of the Ultimate Tenkaichi playthrough. Narrowly escaping from Planet Vegeta before Freeza destroyed it, the radiation of the supernova mutated him, making his skin become yam-colored and his hair purple.