Follow TV Tropes

Following

Characters / Team Neighborhood

Go To

The world of Team Neighborhood, being a Massive Multiplayer Crossover is loaded with various characters.


Team Fortress 2 Characters

Both teams as a whole

  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: All of them, to varying extents.
  • Death Is Cheap: They just respawn when killed, which seems to be more of an annoyance to them.
  • Foil: Members of both the RED and BLU teams serve as this to each other. Generally speaking, RED Team behaves much like how they do in canon, while BLU Team acts like how they appear in fan material. Examples include:
    • The BLU Scout is a die-hard furry, while the RED scout has an aversion to anthromorphic creatures.
    • While the RED Heavy is much more outgoing and loyal to his team, the BLU Heavy is much more stoic and an opportunist, as shown in Pool Fools.
    • Advertisement:
    • Both Soldiers are crazy but BLU Soldier is the fan interpretation of a crazy leader while RED Soldier is more of a crazy teammate, content to do his own thing.
    • The RED Medic is a bit of a Mad Scientist who's close friends with RED Engineer while the BLU Medic prefers the company of mediguns and his roommate, the BLU Heavy.
    • Whereas BLU Pyro's hobbies are watching Disney movies and gardening, RED Pyro's main is cooking.
    • RED Engineer is a Mad Scientist and a Jack-of-All-Trades. BLU Engineer, on the other hand, can only build regular sentries, dispensers, and teleporters and not other things like a swimming pool.
      • Oddly enough, some members were actually similar to each other regarding of what they do, for example both of the Demoman, who despite their initial drunkard schtick, prefers a more mundane solution than the others.
Advertisement:
    open/close all folders 

RED Team

    RED Scout 
  • Butt-Monkey: In the series of where no one is safe from slapstick violence and humiliation, RED Scout seems to take it the worst. Best exemplified in Bush Beaters, where he gets raped by a Great White Tibetan Land Shark, mistaken for his BLU counterpart by a group of Funny Animals, and gets used as The Bait for not only the Fishing Challenge, but also the Hunting Challenge.
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: How he managed to win the second Challenge of the tournament.
  • The Cynic: Would rather mind his own business than actually involve himself.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He comes off as abrasive and uninterested in other people's activities, but still decides to go with RED Sniper and RED Demoman and participate in the Bushman's Challenge, and even offers to take RED Sniper's place in the parker's challenge when the latter is injured. When their team wins the hunter's challenge by capturing Bigfoot, RED Scout gladly partakes in a celebratory toast despite hating the taste of RED Demoman's liquor.
  • Made of Iron: His handheld phone is pretty tough, even after being sunk into the bottom of the lake, and lasts for few days since he used it for the second Challenge of the tournament, which lasts for 24 hours.
  • Mistaken Identity: A group of furries mistake him for BLU Scout, much to RED Scout's horror.
    RED Soldier 

  • Ambiguously Gay: Is a little too pleased at the sight of RED Heavy having intercourse with a truck for money on television.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Attempts to be this in "The Grill", having trained as a samurai after being stomped to Japan by the grill robot, but is incinerated almost immediately.
  • Blood Knight: Charges straight at a homicidal grill robot, screaming and holding only a shovel.
  • Cannot Tell Fiction from Reality: Seems to think some of his toy soldiers are actually real and alive.
  • Comically Missing the Point: After RED Heavy runs away screaming after RED Soldier changes the channel to a video of Heavy having sex with a truck for money, Soldier quips "Ha, I guess capitalist television isn't for everyone!"
  • Enemy Mine: Once again, he attempts this, calling BLU Soldier and asking him to help defend RED Team's house from the grill robot, but BLU Soldier (who is in the middle of filming himself having A Date with Rosie Palms) replies with a Little "No", and hangs up.
  • Gratuitous Foreign Language: Parodied in The Grill, when he comes back from Japan. He's "speaking" in reverse, while the subtitles are in Spanish.
  • Impossible Pickle Jar: Well, Mayonnaise jar.
  • Made of Iron: Shrugs off being hit in the back with a cannonball, as well as all sorts of Amusing Injuries, like being incinerated and stomped to Japan by the Grill.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has a massive one when he realises a bottle of ignited hot sauce launched by the grill robot is about to land on him and explode.
  • This Is Gonna Suck: Just before the flaming hot sauce lands on him, he pulls a face that suggests he knows exactly how unpleasant it's going to be for him.
  • Worthy Opponent: Considers Napoleon to be this, or at least his toy soldier of Napoleon.
    RED Pyro 

  • Berserk Button: They get very triggered when the grill robot destroys their cooking outfit.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: In addition to the Let's Get Dangerous! example below, he also was able to set BLU Pyro alight and throw him through the window of BLU Team's house, not to mention his shark prank on RED Scout in episode 3 was motivated by RED Scout rudely shoving Pyro into the pool earlier. Otherwise he's one of the nicer characters.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: After having his cooking outfit burnt by the grill robot, he comes back dressed as a fireman, holding an axe and laughing and screaming manically.
  • The Prankster: Dresses up as a shark in "Pool Fools" in order to prank RED Scout.
Advertisement:
    RED Demoman 
  • The Alcoholic: To the point where he seems to bleed booze instead of blood. When fleeing from Papa Bigfoot, he leaves behind a silhouette of himself in alcohol.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: When sober, he's actually a very capable problem-solver. This is demonstrated in Bush Beaters, where he improvises an explosive using RED Scout's unopened BONK and a firecracker to blow up Frank the Shark.
  • The Load: When he's drunk. Which is nearly all the time. Subverted when he gets sober though, when he becomes the Only Sane Man and a Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass.
  • Made of Iron: Doesn't seem to care all that much after he gets shot in the foot, but that's probably because he was far too drunk to realise or care.
  • Non-Action Guy: If only because he's usually too drunk to do anything but sleep. He will occasionally raise his head, look at whatever is going on around him, then go back to sleep.
  • Only Sane Man: Ironically, he appears to be this when he's sober (which is very rare.). This is most notable in Bush Beaters, where he settles the hostilities between RED Sniper and RED Scout and even tries to call RED Medic when RED Sniper ends up getting hurt in a fight.
    RED Heavy 
  • Berserk Button: Does not like the BLU team coming near his house.
  • Cargo Ship: Is revealed to have had intercourse with a truck for money in episode 4.
  • Hero of Another Story: Seems to have had an adventure of his own after being punched into space in "The Grill", seeing as he shows up with a tank at the end.
  • Made of Iron: Survives being punched into deep space.
  • Money, Dear Boy: Presumably the reason he decided to have sex with a truck on television.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Seems remarkably unconcerned that (from his point of view) there's a duplicate of him (in reality BLU Spy) sat in the pool with the rest of RED Team in "Pool Fools"
    RED Engineer 
  • Achievements in Ignorance: When he and RED Medic build a grill, he somehow makes a toaster instead. On their second attempt they manage to build a grill....which turns into a giant killer robot. So does the toaster, but it's on RED Team's side and helps defeat the grill robot.
  • Butt-Monkey: Spends most of "The Grill" being punted between RED and BLU teams' houses by the grill robot and BLU heavy.
  • Mad Scientist: He is pretty much this; to the point RED Sniper forbids him from building a pool because he's afraid the incident from Episode 1 might repeat itself all over again.
  • Professor Guinea Pig: A Mad Scientist engineer who in part 4 is perfectly happy to let his equally mad friend the RED Medic do unusual experimental surgeries on him.
    RED Medic 
  • Dr. Feelgood: Serves as this for the RED Team, mainly the RED Engineer.
  • Fantastic Drug: Whatever it is he takes. All we know is, it's "not medicine!"
  • Mad Scientist: Can't even build a grill without making it look like a scene from Frankenstein.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Has this reaction when his and RED Engineer's grill goes berserk.
    RED Medic: "I toiled in God's domain!"
  • Sorry to Interrupt: Respawns in the BLU house at one point and walks in on the BLU Team watching BLU Spy stripping and poledancing, to his horror.
  • What Did I Do Last Night?: Wakes up after taking drugs on the roof of the opposite team's house, surrounded by needles.
    RED Sniper 
  • A Day in the Limelight: Bush Beaters has the RED Sniper as the central protagonist.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: Is visibly jealous with the Monday Night team's success.
  • Shock and Awe: The Electronium knife he wins at the end of Bush Beaters certainly lives up to its name.
  • Too Dumb to Live: When asked by BLU Spy if a rag smelled like chloroform, RED Sniper instantly sniffed it to check. It did.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Is pretty passe about the injuries and deaths his team are suffering at the hands of the grill robot in episode 1, responding to RED Spy's Major Injury Underreaction with a Blunt "Yes" and asking RED Scout how many times the grill robot had killed him in a deadpan fashion. (RED Scout is then promptly killed again before he can answer.) This is understandable as Death Is Cheap due to both teams being able to respawn easily.
    RED Spy 

BLU Team

    BLU Scout 
    BLU Soldier 
    BLU Pyro 

  • Green Thumb: Unusually for an arsonist, BLU Pyro is an avid Gardener, browsing gardening websites while the rest of the team is using the internet for other purposes.
  • Manchild: Loves Disney movies and generally acts like a child as Pyros often do.
    BLU Demoman 
  • The Alcoholic: Just like his RED counterpart.
  • Drives Like Crazy: Doesn't just drive like crazy, but most of the time he drives, he is drunk out of his mind.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: In Cable Calamity, he's shown to have even-better aiming skills than the BLU Sniper even though he's still completely drunk.
  • Mad Bomber: He's a Demoman.
  • Only Sane Man: Just like his RED counterpart, The Demoman is arguably one of the more reasonable member of the team, preferring Mundane Solutions to an episode's problem. In Cable Calamity, he decided to install a new cable television instead of stealing the RED Team's cable, only for his effort to fail when he finds he's short on money. He also attempted to buy an air conditioner to cool down his team's ape-house when they run out of cold water, but he couldn't do so when he found the prices for one were ludicrously high.
    BLU Heavy 
    BLU Engineer 
  • Crippling Overspecialization: He's good at building sentries, teleporters and dispensers, but that's about all he can do, as shown when he tried to build a pool for the team and ended up destroying the house's piping and trapping himself in a vat of concrete.
  • Didn't Think This Through: He never considered that his teleporter can only send the cable feed without complete control over the RED team’s television, thus making his plan moot.
  • Epic Fail: His attempt at building a swimming pool in the BLU's backyard in Pool Fools. At one point he actually mixes two steps of his building plan: after causing a water pipe leak and thus flooding the hole, he unchecks the third step which was filling the pool with water, he does the second step and pushes all his bags of concrete into it with his mini-bulldozer, and gets stuck in it once it hardened.
  • Got Volunteered: Forced to build a pool for his team under the threat of getting beat up.
  • Lethal Klutz: His attempts at building a swimming pool for the BLU Team always end in destruction and chaos.
    BLU Medic 
  • Absurd Phobia: Absolutely terrified of apples.
  • Ambiguously Gay: Seems very close with his roommate, the BLU heavy, to the point where they share a bed.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Easily angered.
  • Sadist: His idea of porn? Surgery videos, with just a little too much screaming.
  • Those Wacky Nazis: Many a joke is had regarding BLU Medic's Nazism.
    • In Cable Calamity, Soldier flips around a chalkboard to explain his plan, but instead reveals BLU Medic's plan to invade France through Belgium, prompting the latter to hoof it.
    • In Pool Fools, when the BLU Heavy is informed that the Motherland and Fatherland are at it again, BLU Medic awkwardly tries to sink out of the frame.
    • In Bush Beaters, his only scene is him reading a book titled Mein Kampfy Chair.
  • Tempting Fate: In "Bush Beaters", BLU Heavy spots RED Sniper, Scout and Demoman driving to The Bushman's Challenge and wonders where they are going. BLU Medic replies "Eh, probably off to have a more interesting day than we are." as a giant eye looks through the window behind him.
    BLU Sniper 
  • Covert Pervert: Seems one of the more normal team members... until you see that he enjoys watching an Australian nature presenter sticking his thumb up a crocodile's anus.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction when he realises he's about to go on a drive with BLU Demoman.
  • Treehouse of Fun: Somehow managed to get his van lodged in a tree in BLU team's back garden, which is where he sleeps.
    BLU Spy 
  • Ambiguously Gay: Strips and does a poledancing routine for the rest of BLU Team.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Manages to cover RED Heavy in piss to stop him from chasing BLU Engineer in "Cable Calamity".
  • Butt-Monkey: Usually has something bad happen to him, although it's usually his own fault.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: After knocking RED Sniper unconscious with chloroform in an attempt to steal RED team's cable, he trips up on one of RED Sniper's piss jars and gets covered in the stuff, much to his horror. He spends most of the rest of the episode in the shower, crying.
    • Happens to him quite a lot. In "Pool Fools", he's sent over to RED Team's pool in order to sap their sentries to let in the rest of BLU Team, only for him to simply disguise himself as RED Heavy and join in the party. When the missile BLU Heavy disabled falls on RED Team's pool, it lands directly on him.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: One of the cheats he gave himself in the match that shows up in every hallucination sequence was extra arms with accompanying knives.
  • Not So Above It All: In Pool Fools, he decides to join the RED Team in their pool disguised instead of sapping their sentries so the BLU Team can attack.

Other Team Fortress 2 Characters

    The Administrator 
  • Beleaguered Boss: She’s in charge of the mercs, but she often has to be the one responsible for cleaning up after their hijinks.
  • Cool Car: Has a vintage sedan as one of these.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Is visibly annoyed at having to clean up after the mercs in the aftermath of their misadventures.
     Miss Pauling 

Top

How well does it match the trope?

Example of:

/

Media sources:

/

Report