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    Birdarang 
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  • A Day in the Limelight: In “Jinxed”, “Little Buddies”, “Power Moves”, “Brian”, “Justice League Top Talent Idol Star”, “The Academy”, “Costume Contest”, and “The Overbite”.
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    Beatbox 
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  • A Day in the Limelight: In “Little Buddies”, “Brian”, and “Power Moves”.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: He was crushed thrice, the first time by Pain Bot, the second time by Robin, and the third time by a teenage mutant ninja turtle.

    Dave 
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    Demon 
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    Sticky Joe 
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Voiced by: Khary Payton
A hobo who lives in the garbage of Beast Boy's room, who later goes on to make random cameos.

    Berto 
Voiced by: Albert Jelenic
A self-insert of showrunner's father, Albert Jelenic, who is good friends with the Teen Titans.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Berto talks with a Mexican accent and has a Spanish sounding name, and might even have some Spanish heritage, he's a Caucasian male, who lives in the wannabe-Mexican community of San Pedro, LA and fully embraces the culture there.
  • Author Avatar: He is a self-insert of Albert Jelenic, the father of the creator of the series, Michael Jelenic.
  • Jewish Father: A mild variant of this. He complains that he wishes his son, would get a real job like being a longshoreman. note 
  • Killed Off for Real: Following the unfortunate death of Albert Jelenic in 2019, the character he voiced was quietly but respectfully written off the show, even if they never explicitly mentioned him dying, with his final appearance in the show being dedicated to him.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: Although his real name is Albert Jelenic and it's obvious this is true in both real-life and the series, the Titans still always call him "Berto".
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Rock Animals

    Seagull 
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Season 1's rock animal.
  • A Day in the Limelight: In “Master Detective”.
  • Art Shift: In "Jinxed", the seagull's appearance was completely revamped, so it could resemble the seagull from The Little Mermaid. In "BBRAE", he was revamped to look like a girl.
  • The Bus Came Back: The seagull has made dozens of return appearances, following his initial season, such as a cameo alongside the Crab in "Head Fruit" and being part of a mutation with the other rock animals in "Communicate Openly".
    • The seagull was also perched outside of the Titans Tower in Teen Titans Go! to the Movies, despite the Sea Snail being the established rock animal at the time of it's airing.
  • Butt-Monkey: The seagull has been the victim of a lot of violence, such as getting eaten by a demon in "Driver's Ed", getting blasted by the Titan Robot against the screen in "The Left Leg", getting knocked out of orbit and landing on the ground in "Garage Sale", getting eaten by the octopus in "Master Detective" and getting blown up in a nuclear explosion and later mutated in "Communicate Openly".
  • The Cameo: In "Teen Titans Go! to the Movies". He and the other rock animals appeared behind the scenes on the set of Robin's movie.
  • Cool Shades: Wore these in "Master Detective".
  • Early Installment Weirdness:
    • When the show first began, the writers hadn't really found their niche with the rock animals, so the seagull appeared on the rock in a few episodes of Season 2, even after the introduction of the crab.
    • He originally appeared as a one-off gag in "Driver's Ed", where he got eaten by the Demon, then again in "La Larva de Amor", from another angle that didn't show the Titan's Tower. The rock parked outside of the Titans Tower was usually vacant, and it wouldn't be until "Meatball Party" for the rock animal to become standard.
  • Eaten Alive: The Seagull got this by a demon in "Driver's Ed" and again by the Octopus in "Master Detective".
  • Flight: As his species may suggest, the Seagull comes equipped with this.
  • Hidden Depths: In "Master Detective", we learn that he, along with the Crab, the Pelican, and the Octopus are all part of the Illuminati.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: In "Be Mine" his girlfriend looked like himself only with eyelashes.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: In “Drivers Ed” and “Master Detective” he is eaten by Raven’s pet demon and the octopus.

    Crab 
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Season 2's rock animal.
  • A Day in the Limelight: In “Master Detective”.
  • Ambiguously Gay: In "How 'Bout Some Effort", the Crab and the Pelican were in love with each other. Both of the animals lack the tertiary sexual characteristics to be female, so it's easy to assume that they're both two dudes in love.
  • Art Shift: In "Jinxed" his design was completely revamped, so he could better resemble Sebastian from The Little Mermaid.
  • The Cameo: In "Teen Titans Go! to the Movies". He and the other rock animals appeared behind the scenes on the set of Robin's movie.
  • Convenient Replacement Character: To the Seagull.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: The crab appeared in the Season 1 episode, "Brain Food", getting beaten up by Robin, while he was killing the ocean.
  • Early Installment Weirdness: At the beginning of the show, the writers had yet to find their niche with the rock animals changing every season, so the seagull appeared in the crab's place during a few season 2 episodes.
  • Eaten Alive: The crab got this by the Pelican in "Leg Day" and again by the Octopus in "Master Detective".
  • Hidden Depths: In "Master Detective", we learn that he, along with the Seagull, the Pelican, and the Octopus are all part of the Illuminati.
  • Interspecies Romance: With the Pelican.
  • Opera: The Crab sang this in "More of the Same".
  • Suddenly Voiced: In "More of the Same", he started singing Figaro.
  • They Killed Kenny Again: In “Leg Day” and “Master Detective” the pelican and octopus eat him.

    Pelican 
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Season 3's rock animal.

    Octopus 
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Season 4's rock animal.
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    Sea Snail 
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Season 5's rock animal.
  • Absentee Actor: Despite being an established character at the time, the snail did not make a cameo in "Teen Titans Go! to the Movies", along with its four predecessors.
  • Convenient Replacement Character: To the Octopus.
  • Eldritch Abomination: In "Communicate Openly", he was mutated by a nuclear explosion, and he became genetically morphed together with all of the previous rock animals.
  • High-Class Glass: Wore a top hat and a monocle in "What's Opera Titans?"
  • One-Gender Race: As a snail, the Sea Snail would technically be considered a hermaphrodite.
  • Outdated Outfit: In "Nostalgia is Not a Substitute for an Actual Story", the titans turned back time to the 1980's, affecting the environment around them. This included the Snail, who ended up wearing shutter shades and spikes on it's shell.
  • Suddenly Voiced: In "I Used to Be a Peoples", the snail made some weird gurgling noises.

    Sea Turtle 
Season 6's rock animal.
  • All Animals Are Dogs: In "Witches Brew", the Sea Turtle howled like a wolf.
  • Art Shift: In "The Viewers Decide", the Sea Turtle looked completely different, having a round head and larger more bulbous eyes with purple irises, similar to the eyes of the Snail. However, when it made its official debut in "Butt Atoms", it's appearance had significantly changed into the appearance he all know and love him for today.
  • Convenient Replacement Character: To the Snail.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: The Sea Turtle made an appearance in Season 5's "The Viewers Decide", where it was partially submerged in the water, slowly approaching the Sea Snail, signifying it's oncoming replacement in the soon-to-be next season.
  • The Grinch: Is not a fan of the holidays. In "Beast Boy on a Shelf", the Sea Turtle was very grouchy about being decorated in Christmas lights, in "Witches Brew" he was scowling atop a pile of Halloween pumpkins, and in "Egg Hunt" he was being a real grump about having an Easter egg on his head.
  • Kryptonite Factor: In "Kryptonite", the Sea Turtle was shown dying atop a rock of kryptonite.
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