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White Hat Hacker
Voiced by: Morgan BerryThe Player Character. A benign hacker who was asked by a friend to help clear out malicious hackers in TOME.
- Affectionate Nickname: Called "Hatty" by the Dandy Alliance, or "Squire Hat" by Nyelocke, regardless of username.
- An Axe to Grind: A Cybernetic White Hat has axe blades on their right hand as a Weaponary class.
- Batter Up!: A Humanoid White Hat uses a baseball bat if they have the Weaponary class.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Both a Cybernetic and Morphological White Hat of the Weaponary class replace their right hand with their melee weapons.
- Blade on a Stick: An Animalistic White Hat uses a Spear if they have the Weaponary class.
- Canon Foreigner: The White Hat Hacker does not appear in any other continuity.
- Carry a Big Stick: A Morphological White Hat shapes their right hand into the head of a mace for a Weaponary class.
- Fight Fire with Fire: The White Hat can use their hacking skills to perform acts in TOME normal players can't, often to counter other hackers' own cheats.
- The Heart: Plays a vital role in every major quest during the regional events, and usually helps keep the Dandy Alliance together whenever they face a setback.
- The Generic Guy: White Hat didn't bother to customize their game avatar during character creation, so they are the default appearance no matter what race they play. Kirb remarks on how bland the character is upon meeting.
- Hello, [Insert Name Here]: The White Hat Hacker's name is set by the player.
- Light Is Good: The Hacker's color scheme is all white, and if they're Exactly What It Says on the Tin, they're a Playful Hacker fighting against malicious hackers.
- Supporting Protagonist: Though they are important in stopping the hackers ruining the game, their story takes a bit of a backseat in favor of Flamegirl's drive to enter and win a regional event for the Campaign of Champions. Every member has at least one character-specific quest during the event that develops them, but Hatty doesn't get focus until the fourth event, where they can decide to tell the guild whether or not they're a hacker.
- Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: The White Hat's character always has yellow eyes. And while they're a good person, they are hiding the truth about being a hacker from the Dandy Alliance.
The Dandy AllianceThe heroes of the story. A guild started by Flamegirl made up of new versions of the protagonists from the webseries.
Voiced by Alejandro Saab, Blake Swift (Demo)A happy-go-lucky and somewhat awkward member of the guild named The Dandy Alliance.
- Adaptation Name Change: Alpha's real name is apparantly now "Alphons" instead of Michael.
- Adaptation Personality Change: Is more outgoing than his Reboot counterpart but less so than the original version.
- Anime Hair: Alpha made his character's hair red and spiky, which is frequently commented on by other players.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Alpha is one of the sweetest members of the Alliance, mainly focused on wanting to make friends and have fun more than anything else. But when The Trouble Makers steal the 1 million Bincho Bucks from him, he not only panics; he gets furious.
- Continuity Nod: His Curse of Cerberus spell is pretty much a one-for-one reference to a certain Forbidden Power-possessed Alpha from the 2011 series.
- Childhood Friends: Him and Kirbopher have known each other since they were kids, well before they began playing TOME, but eventually Alpha moved out of state to attend college.
- Endearingly Dorky: On a normal day, Alpha's very enthusiastic and upbeat, with a cheesy sense of humor that makes him quite adorable to boot.
- The Load: Alpha has huge insecurities about being this early on, starting with accidentally booting Nylocke out during the first Campaign of Champions event, and continuing on from there. He wants to be useful to the team, but events throughout the story happen to undermine his efforts either from hindsight or entirely out of his control. Several characters, including Tigerlily and Flamegirl, give him separate pep talks to pull him out of his funk, however, and in the fourth and final event, he essentially bags them the victory and a one-way ticket into the Conclave of Courage.
- Non-Elemental: He's part of the Neutral element, which doesn't focus on any power set in particular.
- The Gambling Addict: For a time over at Goldhattan Casino in Telluria City, Alpha spends his time racking up Bincho Bucks at the slots... for well over a couple of hours. There's even a few dialogue choices in which White Hat can poke fun at this.
- The Watson: Alpha is new to TOME, so other members of the Dandy Alliance explain the rules of the game to him along with the White Hat.
- Throwing Your Shield Always Works: Orion Shield, which, if the button prompt is timed right, can come right back to him to be used for its actual purpose.
Voiced by Faye Mata, Anna Kingsley (Demo)The leader of the Dandy Alliance and a major figure in the White Hat Hacker's adventure.
- Bad Powers, Good People: Justified, as it's a video game. In-Universe, she's aligned with the Infernal element, which includes fire and darkness, but is a hero fighting a group of sinister hackers.
- Healthcare Motivation: Her sister is deathly sick, and her family situation is not ideal to pay for it. Only winning the grand prize in the Campaign of Champions can earn her enough money in time to save her.
- Playing with Fire: Flamegirl is a Spellcaster of the Infernal element, many of her ranged spells being fire-based.
- Start My Own: She used to be a member of the Cast 'o Dreams, but left to start her own guild when she asked for the lion's share of the winnings from the Campaign of Champions, which Saturndiva saw as blatant Greed.
- Poor Communication Kills: She has refused to explain why she needed half of the prize money, which has been a source of friction between her old guild and the current one. She worries that her need to save her sister would come across as begging or playing on sympathies, and has only ever told Nyelocke about it because he knew her personally.
- Supporting Leader: Although she's the Leader of the Dandy Alliance, the White Hat Hacker is still the protagonist. Nevertheless, completing the Campaign of Champions is primarily her ambition.
- Workaholic: Spends a lot of time going over questlines that would help complete each event, and pulling all-nighters to find them herself.
- Adaptational Superpower Change: Wields electricity instead of wind like previous versions.
- All-Encompassing Mantle: Kirb wears a patchwork cape that covers over most of his body.
- Arm Cannon: One of Kirb's spells is to turn his arm into a Mega Man-style blaster to shoot groups of enemies with electric blasts. His final skill turns it into a big charge gun that fires a power shot (that can damage him back if charged too long).
- Badass Cape: This Kirbopher wears a large patchwork cape unlike his TOME counterpart.
- Do-Anything Robot: Kirbopher's character is a Cybernetic avatar whose spells involve changing his arms into different tools for different effects, including an Arm Cannon, a taser, and a Magical Defibrillator.
- Energy Blade: Kirbopher's weapon is a triangular energy sword to go with his Cybernetic avatar.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Briefly. While the strained relationship between Kirb and Flamegirl existed in the Alliance well before Alpha and White Hat joined, it's hearing about her "executive decision" to use an Orb of Unity with Alpha to defeat Ravenfreak that makes the tension boil over, causing Kirbopher to tear into Flamegirl about her lack of communication with the team and her withheld reasons for taking a major cut of the Campaign's prize money. After a mission with Nylocke, they reconcile afterwards, with Kirb acknowledging becoming the trope in question.
- Magical Defibrillator: One of Kirb's spells is to change both of his hands into defibrillator pads to shock a KOed party member and revive them.
- Scary Teeth: Unlike in the reboot, where it only comes up when it's Played for Laughs, this time around, Kirb's got a sharp row of chompers from top to bottom.
- Shock and Awe: Unlike his previous counterparts, he's associated with technology and electric powers here.
Voiced by Meli Grant, Casey Mongillo (Demo)A mysterious member of the Dandy Alliance who aids for her own personal reasons. Doesn't talk very much.
- Adaptational Mundanity: Gamesoft is back to being a flesh-and-blood human after spending TOME as an AI.
- Adaptation Personality Change: In the 2011 series, Gamecrazed was more of The Stoic, being seemingly aloof, generally humorless, and rarely emoting. Here, Gamesoft is more shy than reserved, prone to making (and laughing at) cheesy jokes, and emotes a lot more. It helps that she's a human player this time around.
- Adaptational Attractiveness: While neither are unattractive in a manner of speaking, Gamecrazed in the 2011 series is drawn a lot more angular and has a prominent scowl in many of their portraits, making them appear more standoffish despite their kindness. Gamesoft, on the other hand, is drawn a lot rounder and cuter to better emphasize her shy, but friendly nature.
- Adaptation Name Change: From "Gamecrazed" to "Gamesoft".
- Adaptation Species Change: Gamesoft is not an AI like TOME Gamecrazed, and is instead just a normal human.
- Because You Were Nice to Me: The reason she chooses to join the Alliance. She states to Kirbopher during a mission in Silva Isle that she's run into many users in the game that seemingly want to help her out or befriend her, only to toss her aside or ignore her in the end. Flamegirl was the first one who was honest to her, listened to her troubles, and was open to being her friend, which led into her eventual recruitment.
- Berserk Button: Don't antagonize her brother. Odboll, unfortunately, didn't get the memo.
- Casting a Shadow: As a Neutral Spellcaster, most of her attacks are themed around darkness and computer terminology.
- Gender Flip: A Zig-Zagged example. Gamecrazed was a straight-up male in the original TTA, but was adapted into a genderless AI (albeit one that identified as female) for TOME. Gamesoft is simply a human female.
- Only Sane Woman: Well, not entirely, given that she's prone to being Not So Above It All as well, but she does (jokingly) roll her eyes at or jeer at the jokes her teammates make the most. Of the initial six members, she's definitely the most grounded next to Flamegirl.
Voiced by Mike Lauer, Martin Billany (Demo)An outspoken and over-the-top dragon warrior who aids the Dandy Alliance. Loves role-playing.
- Cool Sword: Literally, as his two handed sword is made of ice.
- An Ice Person: Nylocke is a Weaponary character of the Crystal element.
- Large Ham: In true tradition for the character.
- Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: When he rushes off somewhere, he often shouts, "WOOSH!"
- Secret-Keeper: He is the only one of the guild (at first) to know the extend of Flamegirl's reasons for entering the Campaign. He is also the first to realize the White Hat player is a hacker. He keeps it a secret out of the benefit of the doubt, but warns them not to abuse this kindness or ruin their chances in the Campaign.
- Undying Loyalty: Left his old guild, the Tales of the Terrain, specifically to help Flamegirl form a new one. He insists it's a promise and vow made to her when asked.
Cast 'o DreamsA guild competing in the same contest as the Dandy Alliance. Flamegirl was a member before founding her own guild.
Voiced by Caitlin Glass
Voiced by Xanthe Huynh
- Adaptation Name Change: From simply Whyti.
- Does Not Like Shoes: Her avatar doesn't wear shoes.
- An Ice Person: Snowhyti is a Spellcaster of the Crystal element and themed her character around snow and ice.
- Perky Goth: Although her personality remains more-or-less the same, her redesign makes her give off this vibe.
- Power Floats: In combat, Snowhyti levitates above the ground.
Voiced by Connor Colquhoun
Voiced by Laila Beazins
The Trouble MakersA group of hackers that want to cause trouble for contestants in the campaign of champions. Its unclear if they work for a Big Bad like they do in previous incarnations, or if they are in any way affiliated with the Black Hat Hackers.
- Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Rockoon in the series had no clothing. Here, he wears a newsboy hat and a bandana around his neck.
- Catchphrase: "Mmmm-buh-byeeeeee!" Often said by just him or the entire team when taking their leave.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Subverted. Rockoon is introduced talking with a deep, threatening voice as the leader of his guild. But he starts coughing after a few lines, unable to keep up the voice.
- Goldfish Poop Gang: He and the Trouble Makers form one.
- Heel Realization: During his Motive Rant towards the Dandy Alliance, he backhand insults his teammates saying how they need him and can't do anything without him. They happen to hear this and leave angry and confused. The next time the player sees Rockoon, he's subdued and attempts to break all ties with Archy and Skeight, ashamed of himself.
- Starter Villain: Compared to the much more serious Black Hat Hackers.
- Tunnel King: One of Rockoon's attacks is to dig underground then resurface underneath a player to attack them.
Voiced by Michael Kovach
- Adaptation Distillation: The previous version of the character was an alter-ego that Doubling adopted to apologize to Rockoon, whereas the version before that was a separate character entirely. Skeight in this incarnation is a separate character from Doubling.Skeight: Yowch. Glad I'm not that guy.
- Adaptational Superpower Change: Skeight's character fought with a skateboard in the series. In-game, he instead has rollerskates.
- Casting Gag: Skeight's voice actor for the RPG, Michael Kovach, is friends with his web-series voice actor, Edward Bosco, and they frequently collaborated on numerous projects (e.g. Hazbin Hotel). According to Niosi, their relationship was what led Bosco to recommend Kovach as the successor for the role.
- Dance Battler: Skeight is a Brawler character who's combo attacks are based on breakdancing.
- Decomposite Character: While Skeight is now a separate character from Doubling, he maintains the friendship with Rockoon associated with Doubling in previous incarnations of the story.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He leaves the Trouble Makers, intent to prove he can make his own decisions and join another group of hackers. Fortunately for everyone involved it doesn't pan out.
Voiced by Griffin Puatu
- Adaptational Badass: As opposed to the 2011 series, where Archy is taken out of relevance before getting to battle onscreen and is treated more like a joke, his incarnation here actually gets to participate in battles, with a couple devastating attacks to boot.
- Anti-Villain: His personality is more or less the same, so hes not really a true bad guy here either.
- Because You Were Nice to Me: Rockoon found Archy when Skeight was picking on him, and took both of them under his wing. Archy said it was the first time playing TOME that he had someone help him and he stuck with Rockoon because of that.
- Oh, Crap!: Archy panics when Alpha and White Hat first catch him cheating by walking out of bounds on the area map.
- Minion with an F in Evil: Archy is the one member of the Trouble Makers that is the furthest thing from what their team name suggests, aside from hacking.
- Team Member in the Adaptation: He's not affiliated with the hackers in any other version.
- Token Good Teammate: Cares more about having fun with friends than causing trouble. He doesn't even fully realize what the extend of his team's antics cause until later.
The NetkingsThe administrators for each of TOMEs five regions, and presumably the creators of the game as well.
Voiced by Mona Marshall
- Ambiguous Gender: Webmaster, in this continuity, has never been referred to by anything other than "they, their, them" pronouns, suggesting that they're either this or non-binary. They certainly look pretty androgynous this time around.
- Big Good: The creator of TOME, and a friendly, approachable person.
- Casting Gag: Mona Marshall previously played Bishipp, Webmaster's attendant, in the TOME webseries. Here, she actually gets to be Webmaster.
- Crossdressing Voices: Webmaster has an Ambiguous Gender this time around, but is played by Mona Marshall, who is decidedly female.
Voiced by Michael Sorich
- Adaptational Badass: The two previous versions of the character were the most unassuming of all the Netkings, and the most comedic. This version is presented as muscular, badass, more serious, and in more of a leadership role.
- Adaptation Name Change: From Bitshrum and, before that, Blitz128.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: He's got them.
- Mushroom Man: Bitopio plays as a fungal character. All of the NPCs in his neck of the woods are also mushroom people.
Voiced by GK Bowes
- Adaptational Superpower Change: She's now the head of the Orange Island area, which is the region dedicated to the Infernal element. As such, she looks more like a Jinn this time around instead of an Angel, and her powers more strongly reflect her element.
- Bad Powers, Good People: She's the head of the region dedicated to the Infernal element, but she wants the main characters to perform as many "good deeds" as possible for her segment of the Campaign of Champions.
- Our Genies Are Different: Ultimately, her appearance seems to resemble a Jinn more than anything else.
Voiced by Linda Young
- Adaptational Heroism: Doesnt seem to be a villain the way Rubirules was.
- Adaptation Name Change: From Rubirules.
- Gem Tissue: Her body is made up of crystal. Interestingly enough, the segmented orbs that her arms are made up of are ripped from her TTA counterpart rather than Rubirules's appearance in TOME, though the rest of her design is essentially just a female, bulkier Rubirules.
- Gender Flip: Of the male Rubirules.
- Mineral MacGuffin: The Morganite Valley section of the game revolves around Rulerruby having the Dandy Alliance collect these.
- Proud Beauty: Rubirules's narcissism and ego have been adapted into vanity for Rulerruby. Thankfully, it appears to be a little less extreme this time around.
- Vanity Is Feminine
Voiced by Mike Pollock
Tales of the TerrainA guild that Nylocke was once part of, wherein the members role-play fantasy-style heroes, villains, and everything in between.
The current leader of the Tales of the Terrain.
Voiced by Jonah Scott
- Adaptational Heroism: Apparently, this version of Serpentine only role-plays a villain and does not have any true villainous characteristics like his previous two counterparts.
Voiced by Malcolm Ray
- Adaptational Heroism: A bizarre example; in the previous incarnations of TOME Demonking was an Anti-Villain who only reluctantly worked with the hackers. Here, hes not a hacker at all, and is merely part of a guild role-playing a Villain (though the persona he adopts is more villainous than his other incarnations are).
- Adaptation Personality Change: Is more confident and outgoing here due to being a role-player pretending to be a villain rather than being a reluctant, but legitimate, antagonist.
Sunlong and Meiden
Sunlong voiced by Y. Chang
Meiden voiced by Jenny YokoboniThe "Twin Blades of Night and Day", a duo of heroic role-players themed around Asian folklore.
- Blade on a Stick: Meiden attacks using a spear.
- Draconic Humanoid: Sunlong is one, a pretty drastic redesign from the very humanoid Tsuzuku.
- Dual Boss: They're always fought together.
- Gender Flip: Meiden received one, compared to the very male Shogun.
- Lunacy: Meiden's power.
- The Power of the Sun: Sunlong's power.
Tormenta and Torchura
Tormenta voiced by Tiana Camacho
Torchura voiced by Ruth Jarman
- Gender Flip: They were both male in TTA. Thorment was also male when he appeared in TOME.
- Playing with Fire: Torchura is of the Infernal Element.
- Terse Talker: Torchura says only one word at a time.
- Unexpected Character: Tormenta is a Gender Flip of Torben, a character from TTA who sat out TOME. Although the character was planned to be included in TOME as "Torchure", he was ultimately excluded from the final product.
Voiced by Martin BillanyThe former leader, and founder, of the Tales of the Terrain.
- Casting Gag: Although Martin Billany no longer plays Nylocke, he appears in a supporting role.
The New VictorsA quartet of particularly vicious players who will do anything to achieve victory. Their leader is Neomutant, a re-imagined version of the hacker from the webseries.
Voiced by Chris Zito
- Ambiguously Evil: The previous version of Neomutant was one of the cruelest, vilest characters in the series. This Neomutant appears to be The Unfettered, but not vindictively murderous like the webseries version.
- Canon Character All Along: Neomutant has undergone the most drastic redesign of any character thus far, and it wasn't immediately obvious who the leader of the New Victors was supposed to be. Eventually, Neomutant's name was revealed on the TOME RPG's official twitter account, revealing he was in fact the RPG version of an established character.
- Everything's Better with Samurai: Neomutant now looks like a cross between a samurai and a stag beetle.
- Thunder Beetle: Neomutant always had electric powers, but has now been redesigned to have the appearance of a stag-beetle.
- The Unfettered: It's stated he's willing to do anything to achieve victory.
Voiced by Alex Gross
Voiced by Marc Swint
Voiced by Kayli Mills
Voiced by Eric Vale
- Arm Cannon: He's still got one attached to his mechanical arm.
- Artificial Limbs: Wouldn't be Zetto without the metal arm.
- Big "WHY?!": His final words as he does himself in during the final battle.
- Death-or-Glory Attack: The Breaker Beam. It's how he ends all of his fights; an attack with a long charge-up time that instantly wipes out opponents. However, as Okra himself demonstrates, if it fails, it fatally backfires on the user and gives the opposing team a free win. This is ultimately how the Dandy Alliance win against him during the Campaign of Champions tournament.
- Final Boss Preview: Fought as early as Mogonite Valley and showcased as a major hurdle with his perfect guard and devastating attacks.
- Fixing the Game: He hires hackers to enter in three of the four regional event slots with the incentive to take a fall when he faces them and protect his title. He even sabotages the Dandy Alliance whatever chance he gets to make sure they don't take a spot.
- It's All About Me: Likes to hear himself talk and tends to spell out just how important being the best in the game means to him to whoever will listen.
- Jerkass: Oh, yeah. He definitely counts as someone who constantly belittles other players and looks down on them from atop the tall pedestal he's perched on, and wants to keep himself there through illegal and rulebreaking means for no other reason than to maintain that title of 'best player in TOME'. Even when he puts up a friendly facade, the guy's totally insufferable.
- Red Baron: He's known as The End-All-Be-All.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Blue and spiky.
- Villainous Breakdown: Suffers one when the Dandy Alliance gives him the Silent Treatment in the final battle. This is enough to break his focus on the Breaker Beam.
- World's Best Warrior: Frequently known as the game's strongest player.
Voiced by Elsie Lovelock
- Adaptational Heroism: In the web series, as Kizuna, she was one the leader of the hackers alongside Zetto, and was much more morally ambiguous than he was. Here though, as Tigerlily, she is staunchly on the side of good and even joins the Dandy Alliance in the third act.
- Adaptation Name Change: Although a Zig-Zagged example. "Tigerlily" was an alias used by Kizuna in the webseries to disguise her identity as the hacker leader, but here it's her actual username. Also as part of a Mythology Gag, her TTA name "Ruri" is used as a password to fight a boss of the same name for the Cat's Eye gem.
- Adaptation Origin Connection: Is a long-time friend to the White Hat player, and the main reason she joins the Dandy Alliance by the third event.
- Cat Folk: As a result of becoming a full-blown cat humanoid instead of a simple Cat Girl.
- Cat Girl: Although this time, she's a full-blown Standard Furry as opposed to a more traditional Anime Catgirl (like Ruri) or a loose interpretation (like Kizuna).
- OOC Is Serious Business: Upon losing to the Cast 'O Dreams in the tournament thanks to Ravenfreak and Dustbunny's sabotage efforts, Tigerlily becomes notably colder and quieter as opposed to her laid-back and jokey self, due to stressing herself out about the eventual confrontation with Zetto.
- Pungeon Master: Tends to make jokes to lighten the mood when possible.
- Punny Name: Her real name is "Yuno Hu".
- Red Baron: She's known as The Karmic Blossom.
- Scare 'Em Straight: Helps reform the Trouble Makers by showing and warning them what would happen if they keep hacking the game.
- Sixth Ranger: After they have their 1M Bincho Bucks stolen and at the behest of White Hat, she joins up with the Dandy Alliance as the Natural Brawler and the token "wise sage" of the team.
- Standard Furry: No longer a Little Bit Beastly, she's now full feral.
- Team Member in the Adaptation: None of her past incarnations ever joined the Dandy Alliance full time.
- We Used to Be Friends: She and Zetto were both beta testers for the Terrain of Magical Expertise, and she claims to have known him for a long time. However, they grew estranged when his ego and competitiveness grew to obnoxious levels that her main goal in joining the Campaign is simply to rob him of his title.
Voiced by Orijin
- Ambiguously Human: In-Universe, he's a robot, but it's not clear if he's operated by a human player or if he's just an NPC.
- Battle Rapping: He challenges the player to these, which take the form of a Rhythm Game.
- Be Yourself: His Rhythm Battle song is all about this, right down to the title "U B U".
- Disco Tech: In-Universe he's a robot created for musical entertainment.
- Rhythm Game: He's a master of the "Rhythm Battle," a special type of rhythm minigame.
- Unexpected Character: There's a good chance he's based on Phetus from TTA, a completely unexpected character, since he sat out TOME.
T-Bones and Grounda
T-Bones voiced by Josh Tomar
Grounda voiced by Brina Palencia
- Animal-Themed Superbeing: They're both dinosaurs.
- Dishing Out Dirt: One of their powers is lifting up fossils from the ground and attacking with them.
- Everything's Better with Dinosaurs
- Magma Man: Can attack with molten lava.
- Opposites Attract: They're described as complete opposites.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Grounda is the aggressive, bratty, and loudmouthed red oni to T-Bones's soft-spoken, docile and easygoing blue.
Hyprelynx and Thunderlinks
Hyprelynx voiced by Ciaran Strange
Thunderlinks voiced by Brandon Winckler
Foreva and Andeva
Foreva voiced by Trina Nishimura
Andeva voiced by Ricco FajardoAttendants to Webmaster.
- Adaptation Name Change: Anneva is now "Andeva", to make the pun more obvious.
- Ambiguously Brown: Andeva.
- Cool Shades: Andeva has a cool blue visor that resembles sunglasses.
- Final Boss: Foreva and Andeva form the arms of Webmaster when you fight them.
- Gender Flip: Andeva is now a man.
- Genki Girl: Foreva.
- Multicolored Hair: Andeva has blue-and-black hair to contrast Foreva's bright pink hair.
- Punny Name: Put together, their names make the phrase, "Forever and Ever".
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Foreva is the red oni to Andeva's blue oni.
- Robot Girl: Foreva is now designed like a humanoid robot.
- Rocket Boots: Foreva has a pair in her official art.
- Rose-Haired Sweetie: Foreva remains a kindhearted Genki Girl.
- Scarf of Asskicking: Both of them.
- Youthful Freckles: The screws on Foreva's face resemble freckles.
Voiced by Clifford Chapin
- Adaptation Name Change: His connection with one-time character "Justin" from the original web-series was open to question due to their similarities in design until Deven Mack confirmed via the TOME Wiki that the characters are indeed the same.
- Determinator: He's described as being a "kid with a dream."
- Hero of Another Story: While his character is described the way a Shōnen protagonist might be, he's not a member of the Dandy Alliance.
- Nice Guy: He bumps into the White Hat player multiple free days over the story, giving them clues about certain bonus bosses to find.
- To Be a Master: His goal.
Voiced by Jamison Boaz
Voiced by Lizzie FreemanA conveniently placed, temperamental bird who appears occasionally to drop hints and give advice.
- Assist Character: One of the possible skills you can teach your player character is the ability to summon Tsuntori, who attacks with sonic "Bakas".
- Catchphrase: "B-b-Baka!" Amusingly, the word is said almost like a chicken clucking.
- Cute Monster Girl: Summon her once, Tsuntori appears as a bird attacking one enemy a turn. Use her skill again, and she turns into an anthropomorphic girl who screams so loud she hits every enemy on the field.
- Exposition Fairy: Tsuntori is an NPC designed to give players instructions on game controls and mechanics.
- Mega Twintails: Tsuntori's wings look like long pigtails.
- Tsundere: It's not like she wants to help you or anything!
- Words Can Break My Bones: Her attacks are this.
Voiced by Kira Buckland
Black Hat HackersVarious malicious hackers that the White Hat must stop. Little is known about them or who they work for.
Voiced by Brendan Blaber
- Beast Man: Like Tigerlily, Ravenfreak now looks like an animal-human hybrid.
- Fluffy Fashion Feathers: He's got the fashion and the feathers; his hat also has a plume in it.
- Me's a Crowd: Here, he's traded in his Voluntary Shapeshifting in the reboot for duplication powers through hacking.
- Pimp Duds: His outfit makes him resemble a 1920s gangster, or perhaps a pimp.
Voiced by Kellen Goff
- Adaptational Attractiveness: The Odboll from the 2011 webseries was deliberately designed to be as ugly as possible to emphasize his status as an internet troll. Here, Odboll is handsome and muscular, though still ugly on the inside.
- Adaptational Badass: Odboll was a Lethal Joke Character in the webseries, a competent hacker but an extremely unpleasant person to work with. So imagine if he actually cared...
- The Bully: Odboll is described as being a cyber-bully, just like the 2011 Odboll.
- Jerkass: Despite his makeover, he's still as much of an asshole as he was before.
- Land Mine Goes "Click!": The Lusterlackeys.
- Trap Master: He uses his "Lusterlackeys" to set land mines on the battlefield.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: Though unlike before, he's now actually not unpleasant to look at.
Voiced by Dani Chambers
- Blade on a Stick: Her daggers have been replaced with a single spear.
- Femme Fatale: As always.
- Little Bit Beastly: Unlike Ravenfreak and Tigerlily, who are now humanoid animals, Dustbunny still looks like a traditional anime bunny girl.
- Manipulative Bitch: She's described as a "Master Manipulator."
- Super Smoke: Her power, as usual.
The Soupy Slime Siblings
Splat voiced by Brittany Lauda
Doubling voiced by Matt Shipman
Dojo MastersThe Dojo Masters are In-Universe NPCs who teach the player special techniques. There's one in each of the game's regions, and they exist to allow the player to get more powerful, replacing the typical EXP Level-up system common to most RPGs. Like the New Victors, these characters were all kickstarter rewards for the highest donation tier.
Voiced by Kyle McCarley
Voiced by Sean Chiplock
Voiced by Chris Hackney
Voiced by Cassie Ewulu
The boss of the game's first area, the Edodes Woods.
- Adaptational Mundanity: Kajet is now a simple video game boss instead of an evil AI virus.
- Adaptational Nonsapience: Kajet isn't an AI this time around (meaning that it's likely just a video game boss designed in-universe to pose a challenge for the players of the game).
- Adaptational Wimp: This version of the character is explicitly not a virus nor an artificial intelligence, so it can't hurt people in real life.
- Red Baron: The NPCs of the Edodes Woods know Kajet as "the Shadowguard Beast".
- Spikes of Doom: When unleashed, black spikes appear all around it, in true tradition for the character.
- Tron Lines: All of the aesthetic elements of Kajet return, so it still glows with these when unleashed as its full monstrous form.
The Dragon Bug
A Secret Boss found in the last area of the game, Orange Island.