Note: This is a List IN PROGRESS, not all of the characters will have been listed yet. Bear that in mind.
Below is a list-in-progress of characters that appear in The Adventures of 10ACraft. The Main Characters will be split into two sections: Boys and Girls. Recurring Characters will also be split based on whether they're considered major/minor characters. Characters exclusive to fan games will be at the end.
The Super Artist Gamer himself
The creator of The Adventures of 10ACraft, is incorperated into the narrative thanks to the existence of Parallel Universes. While he works very dilligently on the series as well as projects associated with it, he does appear in episodes from time to time. (The tropes below all apply to TheSuperArtistGamer in general, since the person and the character are one and the same.)
- A Day in the Limelight: Season 1, Episode 20, or the Q'n'A Special. Fans of the series got the opportunity to ask TheSuperArtistGamer about himself or the series, as well as some of the other characters.
- It happens again in Season 2, Episode 20. Another Q'n'A Special.
- Author Avatar: Played straight - TheSuperArtistGamer is the series creator, and his character basically sums up his real-life self.
- The Cameo: In Season 1, Episode 18, where he acts as an in-universe Santa, of sorts.
- Easter Egg: Can be seen in the background of the village in Season 2, Episode 1 (doing the dab, no less).
- Everything's Better with Spinning: In the Demo of 10ACraft: Fighter Edition 2, his Down Special attack has him spin in the air to gain height for recovering.
- The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: TheSuperArtistGamer KNOWS you're watching him anytime he appears in an episode. Season 1, Episode 18 gives a brief explaination on why this is.
- Keet: Certainly looks the part, being a cartoon lad as opposed to the more humanoid, anime-ish characters in the series.
- Move Set Clone: In the Fighter Edition 2 Demo, he is one to Rossnote , fittlingly enough.
- Non-Standard Character Design: The other characters appear to look fairly humanoid, if not kinda anime-esque note . TheSuperArtistGamer, on the other hand, looks a lot more cartoonish (round head, large eyes, Gag Nose, etc).
- Ultimately justified - he's not really a character so much as he is a mascot of the channel.
- Playing with Fire: In the Demo of 10ACraft: Fighter Edition 2, his Side Special attack has him create a fireball from a bracelet-like device on his wrist.
- Pretty Fly for a White Guy: Word of God claims he can rap in Season 1, Episode 20.
- Promoted to Playable: Not only did TheSuperArtistGamer create 10ACraft: Fighter Edition 1 and the Demo Version of 2, but he is also a playable character in the latter.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: At one point in Season 1, Episode 20, he displays this.
- Stepford Smiler: He always seems like he's enjoying himself, and tries to maintain a happy/relaxed tone, even when stress is taking a tole on him.
Main Characters (Male)
The Adventurer of the group, Ross is courageous and always willing to help his friends no matter the scenario. His love for adventures mean the Minecraft Realm is a dream come true... at least, in his eyes.
Tropes associated with Ross (Main Series):
- Adorkable: The "Modded Madness!" Episodes show that he can be quite awkward at times (especially around girls). This is lampshaded by Conall in Season 2, Episode 8, and later Alex W and Emily in Season 2, Episode 10.Alex W: No hugs or anything? Gee, [Ross] is so awkward it hurts!Emily: Hey, there's a first time for everything Alex. Cut the guy some slack.
- Author Avatar: Zig-Zagged. Ross, along with TheSuperArtistGamer, are said to represent the creator of the series, but even during the face reveal in Season 1, Episode 20, it is unknown if the creator looks anything like them.
- Ax-Crazy: Downplayed. While he is very hard to truely piss off, he is shown to be very dangerous to those he considers threats.
- Season 2, Episode 10 in particular takes this trope up to 11.
- Badass Baritone: Subverted. While he is indeed a singer (and a badass one, at that), he seems to have a relatively high voice for singing (that is, if the church scene in Season 1, Episode 18 is anything to go by).
- Beware the Nice Ones: Snaps at anyone who tries to harm his friends in any way. While he takes it to extremes when it comes to getting revenge, he downplays it if his friends are simply fighting with one another, particularly in the case of Kyle C and Sharkey.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Big Guy to Sharkey's Little Guy.
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. His face is gone with a meaty skull remaining at the back (very hard to see), his right arm was axed off and he's got some savage scars and bloodstains all over.
- Comically Missing the Point: In Season 2, Episode 16, Sharkey holds a piece of mistletoe over Ross and Emily as part of a prank. Ross is overjoyed... as he steals the mistletoe to prank Peter and Megan with.
- Comical Overreacting: In Season 1, Episode 1, when he got his first piece of wood.
- Four-Man Band: See Only Sane Man.
- In a Single Bound: Is notorious for his incredibly high jumps. Lampshaded in Season 1's Total Wipeout Quadrilogy and taken to the extreme in Fighter Edition.
- Mellow Fellow: Despite Ross being the adventurer of the class, he much prefers to relax and take it easy.
- Nice Guy: Very friendly and protective towards his classmates, and friends in general.
- Only Sane Man: Ross is this in his Four-Man Band with Elgin, Conall and Sharkey. He usually acts as the voice of reason for his friends and their wacky mannerisms.
- The Pollyanna: No matter what he's going through, he never lets it get him down.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes are already maroon (a reddish brown), but the Hallowe'en Episodes further emphasise this, proving that he's not one to be messed with.
- The Rock Star: The singer in the 10A Band.
- The Stoic: He's serious, yes, but in series, it's hidden behind his Mellow Fellow and adventurous atmosphere. Fighter Edition plays this trope straight, however. Just look at his official artwork!
- Tempting Fate: In Season 2, Episode 18, he mused over the idea of the person Ryan found to come down and say hello. Cue Ross dying thanks to someone falling on top of him.
- The Voiceless: Becomes this in the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 story arc.
Tropes associated with Ross (Fighter Edition):
- Everything's Better with Spinning: His B/L Attack has him spin in the air to deal vertical damage. Holding in the button will allow Ross to rise a short distance.
- In a Single Bound: Has the highest jumps in the game.
- Instrument of Murder: His Microphones function as his projectile, mapped to the O/G Attack. He shares this attack with Emily; Ross sacrifices a bit of range for stronger damage output.
- Mythology Gag: The reason why Ross's traction is terrible is due to the scene in Season 1, Episode 23 where he slipped and fell in lava.
- Palette Swap: In Ross's case, a red one.
A simple, yet strong lad, Elgin is an outgoing character with a bit of a risk-taking attitude. While he generally tags along with Ross, Sharkey and Conall, he sometimes prefers to start his own plans of action, including his idea of going to Malaysia. Somehow.
Tropes associated with Elgin (Main Series):
- Berserk Button: A general one is people annoying him. It drives him insane.
- And if you know what's good for you, you won't call him fat. Kyle C and Nisha have learned the hard way at least once.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Big Guy to Conall's Little Guy.
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. His hoodie is mostly bloodshot and ripped in areas, his jogging bottoms are ripped at the knees and his right eye seems to have been dismembered from his skull.
- Brutal Honesty: Gives a fairly blunt example towards Emily in Season 2, Episode 18...Emily: We're looking for ponies!Elgin: Ponies don't live in forests you retard!
- Butt-Monkey: In his Four-Man Band with Conall, Sharkey and Ross. While he isn't really a victim of anything long term, he is pretty clumsy as shown in Season 1, Episode 21 and Season 2, Episode 3.
- Call-Back: In Season 2, Episode 20, his rap battle verse has one to Season 1, Episode 12 - specifically, the part where Elgin claimed that 5 + 4 = Yolo.
- Cant Keep Up: In minigames (specially the free-for-all ones). While Elgin does perform rather competently, it is usually never enough to gain a top spot. For the record, as of Season 2, Episode 13, he is one of the only characters who has yet to place in the top 10 in any game the gang have playednote (though he has came close a few times).
- Catchphrase: "Yolo". Although he doesn't say it often, it's a phrase which is generally associated with him, referencing his risk-taking tendancies.
- Comical Overreacting: He does this very frequently.
- Comically Missing the Point: In Season 2, Episode 10, the reason why Elgin killed Nisha wasn't due to racism, but rather because she went on to call him fat.
- Distressed Dude: In Season 2, Episode 19, Herobrine kidnaps him. It is currently unknown what else happens.
- Four-Man Band: See Butt-Monkey.
- Hypocritical Humour: In Season 2, Episode 11, he yells at Sharkey for forgetting that Ross is unable to speak after his injuries, only to himself forget about halfway through the episode. He may have rectified his mistake, but still...
- Insane Troll Logic: In Season 1, Episode 12, he stated that the answer to 5+4 was "Yolo" when trying to put the TNT together.
- Jerkass: While Elgin is usually quite laid-back, he can become one if his limits are being tested. A big one to Katie.
- No Pronunciation Guide: Averted. Unlike Nisha, Elgin doesn't have this problem.
- The Rival: To quite a few.
- To Kyle C in earlier episodes. This has since died down significantly.
- To Katie, despite Katie's affections toward Elgin.
- He also seems to have a friendly rivalry with Emily; while they do hang around at times they sometimes bicker between themselves (or rather, Elgin complains about something Emily does that he finds annoying).
- The Rock Star: The Drummer in the 10A Band.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Attempted to break out of the school in Season 1, Episode 3 and again in Season 2, Episode 5. It wasn't very successful.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Elgin has been proven to be pretty clumsy at times (such as in Season 1, Episode 21 and Season 2, Episode 3 where he was forced to make leaps of faith, but failed and landed flat on his face). Nonetheless, he is one of the strongest members of 10A. It's best not to get on his bad side.
- Verbal Tic: He sometimes refers to people as "bros".
Tropes associated with Elgin (Fighter Edition):
- Lightning Bruiser: Has excellent rushdown options and a very threatening neutral game, and is one of the stronger characters in the game.
- Mythology Gag: His Mexican costume is loosely based on Elgin's gamertag in the minigame episodes in-series, namely "TheMexicanSanchose". It is currently unknown what his association with Mexicans is however.
- Palette Swap: A baige, mexican outfit, as mentioned above.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Less so than in the main series, but Elgin has some very fast and powerful attacks. These attacks, however, come at the cost of leaving massive openings and a terrible recovery.
The shed's sharpest tool. Conall seems pretty relaxed on the surface, but he's actually quite clever and quick to spot any signs of danger. Out of Conall's friends, Conall himself appears to be the most experienced, and is always quick to dispose of threats with his sharp sight and quick reflexes.
Tropes associated with Conall (Main Series):
- A Day in the Limelight: In one of The Super Artist Gamer's Update Videos, he hosts a news report with Sharkey.
- Berserk Button: Directly confronting him in an argument is NOT a good idea.Kyle M: Uhh, guys... the Zombies...Scott: CONALL WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!Conall: YOU'RE GONNA DIE IF YOU KEEP ARGUING WITH ME!Scott: COME AT ME!
- Big Damn Heroes: He pulls this moment at the end of Season 2, Episode 11 by tranquilising Charley so he couldn't escape.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Little Guy to Elgin's Big Guy.
- Catchphrase: "Shots Fired". He says this when a character roasts someone.
- The Cynic: Being the logical guy that he is, Conall has his doubts when people go and do things with the odds stacked against them. A notable example is in Season 2, Episode 10.
- Four-Man Band: See The Smart Guy.
- The Ghost: In Season 2, Episode 7. He was mentioned, but he didn't physically appear in the episode, being replaced by a Suspiciously Similar Substitute instead.
- Mellow Fellow: When all is tranquil, Conall becomes this.
- No Pronunciation Guide:
- One minor case in Season 2, Episode 3, where Anna says "canal" instead of Conall. Otherwise, it's averted.
- His surname, on the other hand, was mispronounced in the same episode by Scott (who said "queue-an" as opposed to "KWAN"), which proves an issue as it's the first time in the series where Conall's surname is spoken.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: In their news report, Conall was the Blue to Sharkey's Red. Conall was organised and tried to get the point of the report across in a calm manner, whereas Sharkey kept interrupting and screwing around.
- The Rival: To Erin. This was established in Season 1, Episode 1 and brought back in Season 2, Episode 3. The reason for their rivalry is due to Conall killing Katie (albeit by accident) in the former episode, apparently.
- The Rock Star: To some degree. Conall's the violinist in the 10A Band, which is odd since string instruments aren't commonly seen in bands of any sort.
- Running Gag: See Catchphrase.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Attempted to break out of the school in Season 1, Episode 3 and again in Season 2, Episode 5. It wasn't very successful.
- The Smart Guy: In his Four-Man Band with Sharkey, Elgin and Ross, he assumes this role, being the wisest of the four and even sometimes having a deadpan, cynical attitude to boot.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Connor is this to him in Season 2, Episode 7, although it's far from straight forward in his case: they have different attire (Conall wears a hoodie while Connor wears a T-shirt), of which is different shades (Conall's is significantly darker), and they have different skin tones and eye colours as well.
Tropes associated with Conall (Fighter Edition):
- Fragile Speedster: Has the third highest overall mobility in the game, and can rack up damage fairly quickly with his pistol and sex kicks if he finds his openings. However, Conall is one of the lighter characters in the game.
- What makes Conall this and not a glass cannon, despite his absurd sex-kick combos, is that Conall's recovery is still pretty good, meaning he can at least attempt to make it back onstage, and his overall neutral game is fairly poor, meaning Conall has to rely on punishes in order to initiate his terrifying combo game.
- Mythology Gag: Doubles as a Stealth Pun. Conall has never been associated with guns in the series, so his Pistol in Fighter Edition may be an odd choice... until you consider his Catchphrase. HE "FIRES" "SHOTS" FROM THE GUN.
- Palette Swap: Conall has a grey one. It isn't as noticable as the other Palette Swaps in the game though.
- Stealth Pun: See Mythology Gag.
The class derp, and potentially the series' Comic Relief. While Sharkey is a caring person to his friends, he also has derpy tendancies that get on people's nerves more often than not.
Tropes associated with Sharkey (Main Series):
- Accidental Pervert: See Covert Pervert.
- Adaptational Name Change: In the series, Sharkey's actual name is Matthew, but to make things simple he is referred to as Sharkey.
- A Day in the Limelight: In one of The Super Artist Gamer's Update Videos, he hosts a news report with Conall.
- Berserk Button: Unless you wanna get pinned and smacked, do NOT call him a midget.
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. His left arm is dislocated to a worrying degree, and his T-Shirt has been stripped entirely of the shoulders. His lower-left facial area has also received some damage; namely a big scar (seemingly going through his mouth). And while this may not be due to his injured state, his eyes are HEAVILY refracted, making him look even more Ax-Crazy than before.
- Casanova Wannabe: In his Four-Man Band with Conall, Ross and Elgin, he is this. He could also serve as this for the class as a whole, being the most psychotic by a long shot and one of the most perverted.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Well, this IS Sharkey we're talking about. See Satellite Character.
- Comical Overreacting: He does this at times, but not as much as Elgin.
- Covert Pervert: Sharkey's main flaw.
Sharkey: So, do you think he's gonna get some?.
- Implied. Elgin called him out in Season 1, Episode 3 for wanting to run through the girl's changing rooms. Justified in that there was a Zombie Apocalypse.
- Confirmed in Season 2, Episode 8. He says some (*ahem*) "slightly dirty" suggestions to Elgin and Conall when Ross musters up the courage to talk to a girl whom HE MET JUST THE PREVIOUS AFTERNOON.
- Creepy Child: And how!
- Distressed Dude: As a result of being Driven to Suicide below, it's implied that Sharkey's been kidnapped along with Elgin.
- Driven to Suicide: In Season 2, Episode 19, it's implied that Sharkey offed himself to rejoin the class as he's left alone in the jungle.
- Four-Man Band: See Casanova Wannabe.
- Gonk: Pulls faces frequently, skewing his face to ridiculous degrees while he does so.
- Height Angst: Sharkey is... a "tad" on the short side, and 10A Shorts Episode 1 implies that Sharkey doesn't take it lightly.
- Hypocritical Humor: He hates people that annoy him, and yet he goes around annoying others for HIS personal enjoyment.
- Jerkass: To Kyle C, most of the time.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Had this with Alex W in Season 1, Episode 24. He won.
- One Steve Limit: Played straight - Sharkey's first name is Matthew, but since Sharkey is a suitable first/nick name, this can be worked around.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Sharkey seems to gain a level in intelligence whenever he schemes against Kyle C.
- And in the psychotic sense, Sharkey's Creepy Child tendancies and kill record in the series have that covered as well.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: In their news report, Sharkey was the Red to Conall's Blue. Conall was organised and tried to get the point of the report across in a calm manner, whereas Sharkey kept interrupting and screwing around.
- Running Gag: In Season 2 Episodes 1-4, he kept thinking that Blaze Powder was Fairy Dust.
- The Rival:
- To Kyle C, and will stop at nothing to defeat him in one way or another.
- At least, this was the case in the earlier episodes. Nowadays, the amount of time Sharkey spends torturing Kyle has decreased significantly. Assuming that 10A Shorts takes place before 10ACraft in the storyline, this suggests that Sharkey and Kyle's relationship may be improving, even if slightly.
- To Laura. Justified, seeing how their personalities contrast.
- To Alex W in Episode 24.
- To Kyle C, and will stop at nothing to defeat him in one way or another.
- Satellite Character: When he's not a plotting mastermind, he's a cheery, simple-minded chap who likes going on adventures with his friends.
- Sir Swears Alot: Apparently is this in school, saying words like "fuck" and "faggot" in front of Mr. Coyle OF ALL CHARACTERS.
- The Rock Star: The Guitarist in the 10A Band. His association with the guitar is far from limited to the band, however - Ross lampshades this in Season 2, Episode 6!
- Troll: He annoys people for kicks.
- Weak, but Skilled: Very rarely does Sharkey actually use hand-to-hand combat for his acts of fighting. He either resorts to weapons, like explosives or swords, or simply uses his skills to overcome and manipulate his enemies. Fighter Edition takes this up to 11: NONE of his Special attacks involve physical contact!
- Your Mom: Season 1, Episode 8 reveals he has a habit of making "Your mum" jokes.
Tropes associated with Sharkey (Fighter Edition):
- BFS: Proportionally speaking, Sharkey has a pretty large sword.
- Palette Swap: Sharkey gets a blue costume. See Shout-Out.
- Shout-Out: Sharkey's Palette Swap is based on Dylan, a recurring character in the series.
- Weak, but Skilled: Technically, but not in a gameplay sense. Sharkey's specials are fairly powerful, but he relies on weapons for all of them. His standard attacks (i.e: his only melee attacks) are on the weaker end of the spectrum.
The fun-loving blonde, Matthew simply enjoys having banter with his friends, even if he does sometimes go slightly far with his actions. While he is generally quite out-going, he also has a Hair-Trigger Temper and is a bit greedy, as evidenced by his trademark Porkchop obsession.
Tropes associated with Matthew (Main Series):
- Ambiguously Gay: Invoked - Ben stated that Matthew was gay at the end of Season 1, Episode 20. Of course, this could just be giving him a taste of his own banter.
- Awesome Ego: Is hinted to have one. Season 2, Episode 18 is a good example.Scott: Matty, you have the torch, will you lead the way?Matthew: Sure thing Scott! All aboard the S.S. Matty! Har-har!Laura: Very modest, mate.
- Big Eater: See Trademark Favourite Food.
- Call-Back: In Season 1, Episode 8, he jumps down a ravine to check if there are any ores to mine, exactly how he did in Season 1, Episode 1.
- Catchphrase: Well, not so much CATCH phrase, but as of Season 2, Episode 2, he does use the term "Bum Rush" quite frequently.
- Character Development: In regards to his chemistry with Alex W. The duo used to be Vitriolic Best Buds at best, and Sitcom Arch-Nemesis at worst. During the Season 2 Christmas Special, however, Matthew gave Alex a christmas gift, which Alex seemed to like, and Beth O'N's dialogue implies that they could be getting closer (the two then went on to pull a prank together at the end of the episode). It isn't until the next few episodes where this trope applies though - Matthew and Alex go through a whole episode without bickering. Needless to say, Matthew's friendship with Alex has improved significantly.
- Comic Trio: With Ben and Kyle H. Matthew is generally either The Leader, The Fool, or (most likely) both.
- Greedy: To a certain extent.
- Inter Species Friendship: He has one of these with Percy (An unzombified Zombie Pigman) from Season 2, Episide 6 onwards.
- Jerkass: Acts this way around certain characters, with Alex W being a prime example.
- Literal-Minded: Episode 1 of 10A Shorts portrays Matthew as being this. The Teacher states that he's going for lunch, and during that time, each pupil in detention was to have written "I must not [insert thing here]". Guess what Matthew writes.
- One Steve Limit: Played straight - Matthew keeps his actual name while the other Matthew is officially referred to as Sharkey.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: He and Alex W are the Red, while Ben and Kyle H are the Blue. The former two are more flamboyant and hot-headded while the latter two are more sebsible and laid-back.
- Running Gag: His obsession with Porkchops. Heck, it very nearly gets him and Elgin killed in Season 2, Episode 4!
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Subverted - according to an Update Video, Matthew was the one that was responsible for the gang leaving the real world and entering Minecraft in the first place![TheSuperArtistGamer], Update Video: In a fit of rage [[Matthew]] punched the moniter, creating a portal. Clichè, I know.
- Too Dumb to Live: In Season 1, Episode 1, he jumped down a ravine in an attempt to get minerals. Needless to say, he did not survive.
- He did it again in Season 1, Episode 8; thankfully, he survived this time.
- Trademark Favourite Food: Porkchops - the 10ACraft Official Logo even emphasises this.
- Troll: Emphasised numerous times upon picture edits. In some of the earlier Episodes, Matthew's face would be replaced with that of the Troll Face, albeit recoloured.
- Verbal Tic: Tends to say "Mate" a lot.
Tropes associated with Matthew (Fighter Edition):
- Mythology Gag: Matthew's Red Costume gives him ginger hair, basing the costume off the recurring character Ewan.
- Palette Swap: See Mythology Gag.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Matthew is one of the heaviest characters in the game and possesses one of the overall strongest movesets in the game, at the cost of his mobility and recovery being terrible and lacking a projectile to compensate.
- Wrestler in All of Us: About half of his moveset consists of body-slams. Matthew's also based around raw strength, as per norm with wrestlers. His fighter portrait also makes him look the part.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His alternate costume gives him bright ginger hair. See Mythology Gag.
The lanky legend. Ben is the typical teen in the class in terms of appearance, with his lanky stature and his mop-topped hair style. He is also a dreamer, and has a laid back personality - a stark contrast to his fondness of sports.
Tropes associated with Ben (Main Series):
- Ambiguously Bi: A viewer asked Ben in Season 1, Episode 20 if he agreed to a Ben X Kyle ship, not specifying which Kyle they ment. Either way, Ben didn't seem to take it too kindly.
- Ascended Extra: Ben started making more plot-relevant roles at the beginning of Season 2, which started some more character development, showing a side of responsibility in his character. He also gets much more speaking roles nowadays compared to earlier episodes.
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. Ben's tracksuit has been completely torn apart, and the side of his skull has been left exposed (resulting in memory loss). Parts of his arms and legs are also shredded, revealling the flesh and bone beneath. He also appears to have lost an eye upon closer inspection.
- Butt-Monkey: He becomes this in Season 2, Episode 10, thanks to his friendship with Andr, an Enderwoman, if you will. Needless to say, Emily is INCREDIBLY quick to get on his nerves.
- Comic Trio: With Kyle H and Matthew. Ben is rather flexible as he can fit any of these roles: Typically, he's an Only Sane Man thanks to his responsibility, but occasionally ascends to status of The Leader. He is even sometimes subject to being The Fool due to his simple mind and naivety.
- Dogged Nice Guy: To Katherine in Season 1, Episode 6, although this hasn't been brought up since.
- Inter Species Friendship: With Benderman, an Enderman. Their friendship has lasted quite a while (since Season 1, Episode 7, to be exact) and not only do they share a strong bond with one another, it is also a driving force behind the gang's ability to access other dimensions in the Minecraft Realm.
- His friendship with Andr also counts, as she is half human, half Enderman. Can also be interpreted as Inter Species Romance, depending on who you ask.
- Just Friends: With Rebecca, although the pair are closer than one would imagine. Season 1, Episode 18 reveals that Ben and Rebecca have been very close since childhood, and after Rebecca's flashback about the class's endangerment, Ben swore to protect her at all costs.
- Mellow Fellow: This trope pretty much sums up Ben's character.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: He snaps at Emily at one point in Season 2, Episode 10.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: He and Kyle H are the Blue while Matthew and Alex W are the Red. The former appear to be more sensible and (particularly in Ben's case) responsible.
- Running Gag: In Season 2, Episodes 9 and 11, his head gets injured to the point where it has an impact on his memory, leading the vast majority of his lines serving to question what was going on. A particularly hilarious example is near the end of the former episode:Elgin: We'll contact the authorities... or something.Kyle M: Got any questions?(Long silence)Ben: What's an authority?
Ben: Oi, who put that there?
- Also in Season 2, Episode 18, Ben hitting his head in humorous ways, firstly by walking into a plank thanks to his large height, and secondly by jumping head-first into a wall.
- Ship Tease: Had a minor one with Katherine in Season 1, Episode 6. It hasn't been brought up since.
- He also gets some moments with Rebecca as well, the most notable examples being the Season 1 Christmas Specials. However, they appear to be more like friends and none of the other characters appear to acknowledge them as an item.
- A more recent one would be his friendship with Andr, which Alex D, Amber and ESPECIALLY Emily seemed to misconstrue as a relationship. Again, though, there isn't much to suggest a relationship other than them being mere acquaintances.
- Terrible Artist: Drew a map in Episode 12 for the girls to tell then where to meet up with himself and the rest of the boys. Needless to say, it was awfully confusing.
- Took A Level In Smartness: Season 2, Episode 1 onwards started showing off more of Ben's responsible side, although this has died down a bit in the recent episodes (probably to keep his personality consistent).
- Season 2, Episode 10 confirms that he really isn't the brightest button in the box, as Ben himself quotes that "[he's] no Einstein".
Tropes associated with Ben (Fighter Edition):
- Palette Swap: Ben is unique in that his palette swap affects his whole body as opposed to just his costume. He receives dark grey skin and clothes, as well as purple eyes.
- Shout-Out: His Palette Swap is one to the endermen of Minecraft (possibly Benderman, a recurring character in the 10ACraft series whom Ben befriends).
- Stone Wall: Ben's footballs are excellent at zoning his opponents out at long range. At close-range, though, Ben's lack of safe offensive options makes him suffer some.
- Super Speed: While it isn't usually brought up in the main series, Ben is incredibly fast here. Fighter Edition has him as the fastest in the game, meaning he would be the fastest in the class by a considerable margin.
- Teleport Spam: His recovery move allows him to teleport a short distance.
The class's Only Sane Man. Well, not the ONLY one, but Peter's responsibility and intellectual ability does come in handy at times for the class's survival, effectively serving as a voice of reason for the gang.
Tropes associated with Peter (Main Series):
- Badass Bookworm: Peter has been shown to have high intellectual prowess (Season 1, Episode 4 showed that he can skim through a book in mere moments), and the Badass part speaks for itself.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Big Guy to Kyle C's Little Guy.
- The Ditz: Even Peter can be pretty derpy at times.
- Everyone Loves Blondes: Well, Dirty-Blonde, to be more precise, but Peter's intellectual talent makes him a very respectable person, and he seems to be very well liked one Laura is taken out of the equation.
- Only Sane Man: Peter plays this trope straight - out of all the class, he appears to be the most responsible and serious (though not in a stoic way). That being said, the class is a pretty whacky bunch, and even Peter falls victim to this...
- The Pollyanna: A responsible chap, and an optimistic one at that.
- The Rival: To Laura, oddly enough. There isn't really any explaination on why these two have a rivalry however.
- He also had a brief feud with Beth O'L in Season 2, Episode 19 when he accidentally killed her, although the two patched things up eventually.
- Running Gag: A lot of gags are based on glitches or features in Minecraft's terrain, which leaves Peter to question the logic behind these things.
- The Rock Star: One of the flutists in the 10A Band.
- Ship Tease: With Megan. The duo have a few moments, most apparent in Season 2, Episode 2 with Ross's Shipper on Deck reaction.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Pedro in Season 2, Episode 7 is one for Peter. His hair has a different style and his top is slightly darker, but other than that, they're pretty indestinguishable.
Tropes associated with Peter (Fighter Edition):
- Glacier Waif: One of the tallest characters in Fighter Edition as well as the series. Unlike Ben, Elgin and Ross, who are all Lightning Bruisers, Peter moves much more slowly and relies on his range and devistating comboing capabilities in order to succeed.
- Moveset Clone: The closest the game has to one. His jump attack and spin attack are taken from Ross (the former being more or less identical while the latter has some hitbox and distance tweaks), and his lunge attack is pretty much Ross's headbutt attack only faster but shorter.
- Palette Swap: Peter's gives him green clothing.
- Stone Wall: Peter's bow and arrows have very long reach, and thus compensate for his ridiculously poor movement options.
A sly young lad, and Peter's good friend. Although he constantly gets tormented in his rivalry with Sharkey (and sometimes Elgin), Kyle is more than capable of pulling out good tricks from up his sleeve.
Tropes associated with Kyle (Main Series):
- Ambiguously Gay: A viewer asked Ben in Season 1, Episode 20 if he agreed to a Ben X Kyle ship, not specifying which Kyle they ment. Kyle C seemd to enjoy EVERY MOMENT OF IT.
- More of a Freeze-Frame Bonus, but when the guys set up a campfire in Season 2, Episode 8, Kyle is clearly seen resting his head on Peter's shoulder. Hmm...
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Little Guy to Peter's Big Guy.
- Born Unlucky: Kyle C appears to be very unlucky throughout the series, so this could be why.
- Butt-Monkey: A given considering the abuse Sharkey (and occasionally Elgin) give him.
- Although he didn't participate in Season 2, Episode 20's rap battle, it still didn't stop him from getting roasted by not only Sharkey, but also KYLE M OF ALL CHARACTERS during their verses.
- The Ghost: Oddly, he is the only main character who doesn't appear in the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episodes in any way, shape or form (Suspiciously Similar Substitute counted).
- Not So Different: From Sharkey. Despite their rivalry, the pair have quite a lot in common.
- Their small stature is one example.
- Another is their quirks: yes, Sharkey is a nuisance who can take it to Troll levels, but Kyle C himself has been proven to be somewhat crafty as well.
- Their playstyle in Fighter Edition is also strikingly similar, as they are both zoners who prefer the use of Projectiles and Mix-ups to compensate for their weak physical attacks.
- One Steve Limit: Averted with Kyle M and Kyle H.
- Outdated Outfit: Like Kyle H and Erin, Kyle C's sleeves were made longer from Season 1, Episode 12 onward to keep consistancy with his Official Artwork.
- The Pollyanna: Despite his poor luck, he does his best to ensure nothing gets him down.
- The Rival: To Sharkey. Unlike Sharkey, however, Kyle usually plays defensive and prefers to use verbal rather than physical impact (assuming he strikes back AT ALL, mind you).
- Stepford Smiler: As happy as can be, at least until Sharkey shows up.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: The Teacher does this to him in 10A Shorts Episode 1, finally having the chance to give Elgin and Sharkey comeuppance for their actions.
Tropes associated with Kyle (Fighter Edition):
- Gradual Grinder: It's pretty hard to land, but his pinch attack is one of the best combo tools in the game.
- Literally speaking, Kyle's projectiles can also be used for camping.
- Palette Swap: Kyle's gives him a yellow tracksuit.
- Weak, but Skilled: Kyle's standard moveset is one of the weakest in the game, but he has decent range and great combo options to make up for it.
An extremely relaxed, possibly indifferent lad who enjoys taking things in. Kyle pretty much goes with the flow, as seen in expeditions that he and his mates go on. He also has an interest in free-running, and he is much more agile than one would imagine.
Tropes associated with Kyle (Main Series):
- Acrofatic: Downplayed. He's not fat by any stretch, he's just on the short side. That doesn't stop him from being extremely agile.
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. The top of his skull is cracked and scarred, and his chest also has a huge, gaping rip.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Kyle is a big one. He is very indifferent, and besides maybe his friends, he just doesn't really seem to care about anything.
- Comic Trio: With Ben and Matthew. He is typically the Only Sane Man due to his indifferent personality, although sometimes he can play The Fool.
- Deadpan Snarker: He has his moments, especially in recent episodes.
- Epic Fail: He failed a bridge-jump in Season 2, Episode 18... and promptly fell in lava. Or so it's implied...
- The Generic Guy: Compared to the other male characters, Kyle doesn't really do anything noteworthy or have much personality. Justified due to his indifference and aloofness.
- Mood Dissonance: Kyle causes one in Season 2, Episode 18, oddly enough. Everyone else in his group are fighting their way through the nether fortress... while Kyle is doing parkour and taking shortcuts, having the time of his life.
- One Steve Limit: Averted with Kyle C and Kyle M.
- Outdated Outfit: Like Erin and Kyle C, Kyle H's outfit was changed to match the outfit of his artwork, complete with longer sleeves.
- The Stoic: He does come off as being pretty serious, what with his deadpan attitude and all. And just like Ross, his 10ACraft: Fighter Edition artwork shows he's not one to be taken lightly.
- The Unintelligible: In the earlier episodes of Season 1 starting with Episode 4, Kyle H underwent numerous voice changes. In Season 1, Episode 4, it was a lower pitched Adult Male #7 (the same voice as Conall and Kyle M) but it was difficult to understand. Season 1, Episode 5 attempted to rectify this by changing Kyle's voice again, this time to Adult Male #6, but it too was difficult to understand. Season 1, Episode 12 onwards have settled on a lower pitched Adult Male #3, giving him the same voice as Peter and Sharkey.
Tropes associated with Kyle (Fighter Edition):
- Acrofatic: To an even lesser extent than above, since Kyle's sprite is significantly slimmer looking than his 10ACraft artwork and model. That being said, he's still on the short side, so it counts.
- Lightning Bruiser: While Kyle H is far from being the fastest character, he is incredibly mobile and has the highest air speed relative to his run speed. On top of that, his attacks are incredibly strong, if on the laggy side.
- Palette Swap: Kyle has one that make the stripes on his tracksuit a different colour.
The class Keet. While he is generally quite posh and sophisticated, Scott is a lad at heart and doesn't stop himself from screwing around the odd time with Conall and the like.
Tropes associated with Scott (Main Series):
- The Ace: Competitive attitude aside, Scott seems to place very high in nearly EVERY minigame that the gang play. The only time he's been on the losing end was Season 2, Episode 5.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Little Guy to Kyle M's Big Guy.
- Comical Overreacting: His posh, often Old-English phrases can be interpreted as this. He also tends to over-react if he gets beat in a game (although he is generally a good sport despite this).
- Determinator: Season 2, Episode 16 shows that he can have this attitude; he refuses to let Kyle M keep his chess winstreak, no matter how long it takes for him to win a game.
- Hypocrite: In the first episode of 10A Shorts, he slags Alex, Laura and Emily off for being late to detention, even though he himself was just in the door. Alex was quick to call him out for this.
- Keet: Easily one of the more "odd-ball" characters in the series. He just wants to cheer people up and have a good time. His Old-English slang probably helps.
- That being said, he can be serious and rugged when he needs to be.
- The Leader: Scott usually assumes this role in terms of his adventures with Kyle M and the girls.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: In the main series, Scott is known for being a respectful gentleman, if a little on the impulsive side. Telling girls to keep in shape the way he did in 10A Shorts Episode 1, however, isn't the classiest thing to say.
- If the timeline section is correct however, Scott could have Took a Level in Kindness after this.
- The Pollyanna: Scott's extravagant personality makes him one of the most (if not THE most) out-going characters in the series. Rain just never seems to be on the forecast of his feelings.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Scott is Red, Kyle M is Blue. Scott is more wild and extroverted while Kyle is more kind and reserved.
- The Rival: He seems to have a friendly one with Conall, despite their friendship. They tend to argue sometimes, such as Season 1, Episode 3.
- The Rock Star: Sort of. Scott's the Clarinet player in the 10A Band.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Attempted to break out of the school in Season 1, Episode 3 and again in Season 2, Episode 5. It wasn't very successful.
- Sophisticated As Heck: One way to interpret his personality. The random phrases Scott says give him a higher level of vocabulary than most other characters and he certainly knows his stuff (he taught the girls how to craft for the first time and he's often seen as The Leader of the class (or one of them)). Does it mean he's above the casual antics the other lads do, as well as sometimes going against Mr Coyle's orders and messing around in school? Absolutely not.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Sam from Season 2, Episode 7 is literally this, even more so than the other Suspiciously Similar Substitutes that debuted in the same episode. Hell, they even have the same dress code (albeit Sam has a bow-tie) and hairstyle and EVEN PERSONALITY. Basically their only difference is their voice, and even then it's the same provider, Adult Male #1.
Tropes associated with Scott (Fighter Edition):
- Batter Up!: One of his special attacks involves using a bat. It's also shown in his official artwork.
- Fragile Speedster: In terms of general mobility, Scott is very quick, however he's also on the lighter side.
- Lightning Bruiser: Can qualify as this aswell. Even Scott's weakest attacks are decent in terms of damage output.
- Palette Swap: In Scott's case, his t-shirt and slacks swap colours.
The class legend. Kyle is a kind and modest gentleman who is always there for people that need his assistance. Like Scott, he too is a bit of an Ace and is exceptionally interested in sport, if Fighter Edition is anything to go by.
Tropes associated with Kyle (Main Series):
- The Ace: As a sports person, this trope fits. He's also a good chess player, if the Christmas episode episodes are anything to go by.
- Ascended To Extra: The Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episodes seem to put a lot more focus on Kyle as he's the one who organises the main plan and finds clues about the truth behind the other class.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Big Guy to Scott's Little Guy, even when he suffers cases of Your Size May Vary (see below).
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. The left side of his face has been torn off, resulting in a dismembered eye. He has several cuts and scars over his body and arms.
- Everyone Loves Blondes: He has bright blonde hair and is an all-around chill dude.
- Jerk Jock: In Season 2, Episode 20. Justified as it was during a rap battle. See O.O.C. Is Serious Business.
- Lovable Jock: He is very well respected (he is one of the only characters in the series that doesn't have any apparent rivalries) and nice, and he is, with the sporty attitude, a true jock.
- Nice Guy: Even in Minigame Episodes, Kyle M hardly EVER shows signs of aggression. And his introduction to Alex W in Season 1, Episode 4 implies he was one of the first ones to get over the class rivalry, so there's that too.
- One Steve Limit: Averted with Kyle H and Kyle C. Lampshaded and Weaponised during Season 2, Episode 20's rap battle.
- Only Sane Man: Definitely the most normal pupil in the class, and Scott's "voice of reason".
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: During Season 2, Episode 20's rap battle, like the others he was a lot more arrogant and self-righteous when it came to delivering his lines. Given Kyle's meek and humble personality, this was one of the more prominant examples.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Scott is Red, Kyle M is Blue. Scott is more wild and extroverted while Kyle is more kind and reserved.
- Ship Tease: In Season 2, Episode 18, with Beth O'N. Beth O'L even comments on it.Beth O'L: I ship it!Beth O'N and Kyle M: Shut up.
- Your Size May Vary: In typical 10ACraft Artwork, Kyle is always around Peter's height (if not marginally smaller). In the Official Logo, however, he is significantly shorter, to the point where even his cohort Scott is almost the same height as him!
Tropes associated with Kyle (Fighter Edition):
- Batter Up!: Like Scott, Kyle also uses a bat, mapped to the same button (K for P1, V for P2).
- Palette Swap: Has a costume which turns the red ends of his t-shirt blue.
- Random Number God: Has an attack that uses this. His B/L attack has him pull out a referee card, and there's a 3/4 chance it will be yellow and deal minor damage to the opponent. The remaining 1/4 chance, however, will have Kyle pull out a red card instead, dealing upwards of 30 damage (the most powerful single attack in the game)!
- Stone Wall: Kyle's tennis balls can be quite a pain to deal with in the neutral, however breaching those will leave Kyle quite limited in evasive and recovering options.
The class's newest edition (at least until Ryan and Haleema showed up). Unlike the others, Alex made his debut in Season 1, Episode 4 as opposed to the episode that started it all. The backstory linking Alex and the gang dates way back however, and most of it remains a mystery.
Tropes associated with Alex (Main Series):
- A Day in the Limelight: Season 1, Episode 15, where he sits as a nightwatchman.
- Adaptational Heroism: Zig-Zagged. While he is portrayed as the villain in the little backstory the Five Nights at Freddy's Episodes give, he does gain a protagonist role in certain episodes. The tables pretty much turn starting from Season 1, Episode 15 when he redeems himself in the end.
- Affably Evil: Yes, it is implied that Alex did try to kill the gang at one point before the series, but the cocky remarks he makes when he encounters the gang in Season 1, Episode 15 make him sound like a complete joker at times.
- Art Shift: Alex W's skin was revamped entirely after the Season 1, Episode 12 Skin Update. A texturing error on the zip of his hoodie was fixed, and his hair and skin colours were changed to match those of his Official Artwork. The textures for his old skin were cloned from the textures of Ross's (simply recoloured), but from the aformentioned episode onwards this was no longer the case. That being said, it did trigger a Mythology Gag in 10ACraft: Fighter Edition (see below).
- Ascended Extra: Was absent from the first 3 episodes, but this didn't stop him from gaining the most focus and screentime out of all the characters (bar MAYBE Sharkey). He even seemed to be the fan favourite in the Q'n'A!
- Big "NO!": He lets one out when Sharkey defeats him in Season 1, Episode 24.
- Butt-Monkey: Alex really can't catch a break in the Q'n'A episodes.
- Embarrassing Nickname: Gets called an "annoying twat" by Matthew and Ben during a church service in Season 1, Episode 18.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Ben can snap at him at times, Matthew generally can't stand him and Kyle H just couldn't care less about him.
- The Ghost:
- Not him, but his father. In Season 1, Episode 20, a viewer asked Alex if his dad sold Avon. Alex outright refused to answer.
- Again, not him, but a (then unnamed) guy who Ross mentioned during a flashback scene in Season 1, Episode 15. Now that Season 2, Episode 7 sheds further light on this, it is implied to be Charley, the character whom Alex walkie-talkies during the episode.
- Most Annoying Sound: His laugh in Season 1, Episode 18, according to Matthew.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Had this with Sharkey in Season 1, Episode 24.
- One Steve Limit: An odd aversion - both Alex's are different genders.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: He and Matthew are the Red, Ben and Kyle H are the Blue.
- Running Gag: In Season 2, Episode 5, all Alex wants to do is sleep.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Fed up with getting asked all of the worst questions in the Q'n'A episodes, he finally snaps in Season 2, Episode 20.
- Ship Tease: Had a brief one with Emily in Season 2, Episode 4. Lampshaded by Ross.
- Sore Loser: This has been shown a few times, such as Season 1, Episode 24. He was livid when he put up such a fight during the finalé only to find that he didn't even come close to winning overall.
Tropes associated with Alex (Fighter Edition):
- Everything's Better with Spinning: His B/L attack allows him to deal damage while spinning his sword around. Like Sharkey (though unlike Nisha) he needs to already be in the air for the attack to deal damage.
- Glass Cannon: Untimately falls into this archetype. Alex's damage-racking capabilities are one of the best in the game, hands down. His defence, on the other hand, is weighed down immensely thanks to his pitifully bad recovery.
- Mighty Glacier: Given his mediocre run speed, high attack strength and high weight, he was likely intended to fall under this archetype.
- Mythology Gag: Alex W's old skin was Ross's only recoloured. Ross's alternate costume in 10ACraft: Fighter Edition pays tribute to this little detail.
- Likewise, Alex's Robber costume may have been inspired by the Cops'n'Robbers episode that was released not long before the latest version of the game.
- Palette Swap: His robber outfit, as previously mentioned.
One of the new pupils in 10A. It's implied that he joined the class one year after they initially arrived at the Minecraft Realm.
- A Day in the Limelight: He shares it with Haleema in 10A Shorts, Episode 3. Justified, since it's their introductory episode.
- And I Must Scream: A minor example. After Ross dies in Season 2, Episode 18, Ryan is left stranded in the jungle (which is implied to be a long way from the house), without a way of getting back (Ross has the map).
- Big, Thin, Short Trio: With the introduction of The New Kid, he's The Big to The New Kid's Thin and Haleema's Short.
- Mellow Fellow: He acts like one.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: It's loosely implied that he tampered with the monitor, meaning he was the one responsible for sending himself and Haleema (and possibly Lindsay) into the Minecraft world.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red to Haleema's blue. Notably, Ryan can't wait to meet his peers and make acquaintances, whereas Haleema is signifantly more indifferent.
The other new pupil of 10A, now 11A. He told Ryan that he aswell was a transfer student, giving the assumption that he was supposed to join alongside Ryan and Haleema. Initially it wasn't known what his name was; this was changed in 10A Shorts: Episode 4.
- Big, Thin, Short Trio: Since he's the third transfer student, he's The Thin to Ryan's Big and Haleema's Short.
- Meaningful Name: Before his name was revealled, fans gave him the moniker "The New Kid".
- Remember the New Guy?: His appearance isn't really brought up all that much outside of one scene in Season 2, Episode 19.
- Averted in 10A Shorts: Episode 4, which sums up how Rory ended up with the gang.
- The Sixth Ranger: He's hardly the 6th person to join the class, but otherwise he appears to play it straight as the class's (seemingly) final member.
Main Characters (Female)
The class optimist. Alex is like a typical teenage girl: while she does have an easy-going and optimistic persona, she has an interest in sport aswell (especially hockey). Plus, given the size of the groups of people she tends to chill with, she also seems to be quite the popularity.
Tropes associated with Alex (Main Series):
- Action Girl: She is very fond of sports, particularly hockey (she asked for a hockey stick for christmas, and half of her moves involve items related to the sport in Fighter Edition). That being said, she did show off her football skills in Season 1 Episodes 16 and 19, so there's that, aswell.
- An Arm and a Leg: As of Season 2, Episode 19, her left arm has been poisoned. It seems she's also lost control of it altogether.
- Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Alex and the two Beths are the blondes, Rebecca is the brunette and Laura is the redhead. Kind of.
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. Alex's jeans are stripped at the knees, and her right arm appears to be stripped at the elbow. Her face is also scarred on the leftmost side.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: In reguards to schoolwork. The Teacher basically states that Alex has the potential to work hard, but because she always prefers to talk instead of do work, this never really happens.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Alex can sometimes be this, particularly if the gang enter a new area or location, in which case Alex will just focus on the view rather than the task at hand (The Nether being the obvious example).
- Damsel in Distress: At one point in Season 2, Episode 11, she gets kidnapped by the other class. Given their prior brainwashing, however, leading them to assume that 10A were tryong to kill them, it was justified.
- Dumb Blonde: Is occasionally this when her Cloud Cuckoo Lander traits take hold (see above).
- Everyone Loves Blondes: Played straight - she's blonde and has a big circle of friends compared to others in the class.
- Five-Man Band: See The Leader.
- The Leader: Alex is this in her Five-Man Band with Laura, Rebecca and the Beths; she's usually front and centre of the group who decides what their plans of actions are.
- Irony: In Fighter Edition, Alex's apples dole out poison to her enemies. In Season 2, Episode 19, she gets her arm infected by a Cave Spider, which, in Minecraft, use poison to wear down the player.
- Nice Girl: She's generally a nice person to her friends and like Kyle M, she has no real enemies or long-term rivals in the class. This may explain her popularity.
- No Pronunciation Guide: Her last name's pronunciation seems obvious, but the text-to-speech pronounce the "ough" in "Dougherty" as if it's saying "plough", resulting in "Dow-erty".
- One Steve Limit: An odd aversion - both Alex's are different genders.
- The Pollyanna: Alex in a nutshell - she's just a happy-go-lucky girl who likes chilling with her friends.
- Trademark Favourite Food: Implied to be apples.
- Wide-Eyed Idealist: She's generally quite positive about the situation that the gang are in. She even delivers a pretty deep short speech in Season 2, Episode 20.
Tropes associated with Alex (Fighter Edition):
- Everything's Better with Spinning: Her V/K special makes her spin around at a fast speed while holding out her hockey stick, dealing large damage but leaving her open afterwards.
- Fragile Speedster: Borders this and Glass Cannon. Alex is fairly quick on her feet and all her attacks have decent frame data. The catch is: she's a lightweight, and as a result she is pretty easy to K.O.
- Glass Cannon: Borders this and Fragile Speedster. Alex dies insanely easily thanks to her light weight and terrible recovery. However, her offense is amazing thanks to her fast projectiles and effective combo options.
- Palette Swap: One of the more notable examples, Alex's makes her jacket white and her jumper yellow, as opposed to her default black and magenta respectively.
A young lass with a sassy attitude. Though she appears to be The Stoic in her group of friends, she is generally caring towards them and likes spending time with them. Expect deadpan remarks to come from her from time to time though.
Tropes associated with Laura (Main Series):
- Art Shift: A minor example, but her hair now parts ffom the middle of her forehead, and doesn't come over her eyes like it did prior to Season 1, Episode 12.
- Berserk Button: You'll drive her nuts if you fire a "Your Mom" joke at her.
- Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Alex and the Beths are the blondes, Rebecca is the brunette and Laura is the redhead (sort of).
- Call-Back: Laura's rap battle verse in Season 2, Episode 20 was full of these - it had a call back to Season 1, Episode 8 (specifically, the scene when Sharkey was trolling people with a Herobrine mask), Season 1, Episode 17 (emphasizing how hard it was to put up with the rest of the class's antics) and 10A Shorts Episode 1 (the premise of detention).
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Season 2, Episode 8 had Laura listening to earphones, being very "Out of it" in relation to what the rest of her group were discussing.Scott: Isn't that right, ladies?Laura: Umm... sure?
- Fangirl: According to Season 1, Episodes 17 and 18, Laura is this to One Direction. Rebecca shares this distinction.
- 10A Shorts Episode 1 takes this further. The whole point of Laura being in detention in the first place was due to listening to One Direction during class, and when she was in detention she did nothing but continue listening to the music. When it came to writing sentences at the end of the Short, however, it appeared that Laura had been too engrossed in One Direction to the point where she wrote the lyrics to one of their songs as opposed to the sentences she was meant to write along with the others.
- Five-Man Band: See The Lancer.
- The Ghost: In [[Season 2 Episode 20's rap battle]], she briefly mentions having a 5-year-old niece. The niece in question is never seen.
- Gibberish of Love: Has a brief one with Sharkey (ironically) in Season 1, Episode 17. Granted, it wasn't Gibberish but she did trip over a few of her words.Sharkey: Hey, Laura! How's life?Laura: Hey, Sharkey... can I help you...?Sharkey: Well I just wanted to say "Merry Christmas"!Laura: ...yeah, whatever...
- Since the cause of their rivalry is unknown, this could imply a possible love interest between the two. Or it could just be Sharkey trying to wind Laura up as usual.
- Heavy Sleeper: The few times Laura's seen in Season 2, Episode 19, she's usually fast asleep.
- Jerkass: Her sassy attitude means she can occasionally come under this category. Taken to 11 when Peter or Sharkey is on the scene.
- The Lancer: In her Five-Man Band with Alex, Rebecca and the Beths. While Alex, The Leader, is optimistic, assertive and a bit of a ditz, Laura is much more sharp and sassy.
- The Rival:
- To Peter, oddly enough.
- To Sharkey. Justified, seeing how their two personalities contrast (a derp like Sharkey would get on the nerves of someone like Laura INCREDIBLY easily).
- Shout-Out: In Season 2, Episode 10, Laura pulls out a stick to do battle against the mutant creeper. She named her stick "The Stick of Truth", referencing the TV Series "South Park".
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Lauren in Season 2, Episode 7 can be seen as this, along with the other Suspiciously Similar Substitutes that appear in said episode.
- Your Size May Vary: Looks somewhat larger) in the 10ACraft Christmas Logo, likely due to how she was drawn. In series, however, she's one of the smallest characters (beaten only by Emily, Conall, Sharkey, Jasmine and Molly).
Tropes associated with Laura (Fighter Edition):
- Carry a Big Stick: One of her weapons of choice.
- Improbable Weapon User: Her weapons of choice are none other than... a music shockwave... and a stick...?
- Palette Swap: It's not a major difference to her default, but her alternate costume makes her cardigan more of a pinky-colour while brightening her hair slightly.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Laura's alternate costume gives her ginger hair. Or MORE ginger, if you're one of those people who insists Laura is ginger anyway.
The tallest girl in 10A. She's very protective of her friends and cherishes them, although she is quiet and somewhat timid. She is good friends with Ben, and according to Season 1, Episode 18, the two have shared a close bond since childhood.
Tropes associated with Rebecca (Main Series):
- Art Shift: A technical error, where Rebecca's eyes were blue instead of hazel, was fixed in Season 1, Episode 12.
- Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Alex and the Beths are the Blondes, Rebecca is the Brunette and Laura is the Redhead, sorta.
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. Her bottom jaw is completely stripped of any skin or flesh, and is damage to the point where she is no longer capable of basic speech. Her arms and chest are also sliced open, the former of which appear to be dislocated and locked at an uncomfortable angle.
- Broke the Rating Scale: Rebecca does this in Season 2, Episode 20. A viewer asked "On a scale of 1-10, how much do you guys miss home?" Rebecca's answer? "13".
- The Chick: In her Five-Man Band with Alex, Laura and the Beths, Rebecca assumes this role. Out of the five, she is the most passive and is even quite timid, but looks out for her friends.
- Combat Pragmatist: In Season 2, Episode 18. She knew that there were too many obstacles, so she decided to run and take her friends to the dungeon and barricade it off so that nothing would chase them in.
- Deadpan Snarker: Sometimes she is this.Rebecca (Conscience): Well something bad is going down, that's why I'm here.Rebecca: You don't say.
- Five-Man Band: See The Chick.
- Just Friends: With Ben, although the pair are closer than one would imagine. Season 1, Episode 18 reveals that Ben and Rebecca have been very close since childhood, and after Rebecca's flashback about the class's endangerment, Ben swore to protect her at all costs.
- Lame Pun Reaction: Has one in Season 2, Episode 6 when Ben takes pride in the way he named his Enderman friend.
- Motor Mouth: Inverted - she speaks INCREDIBLY SLOWLY.
- The Pollyanna: Season 2, Episode 7 proves that she tries to remain optimistic and look on the bright side of a bad situation.
- The Rockstar: The saxophone player in the 10A Band. Taken further in Fighter Edition where it becomes one of her moves.
- Satellite Character: From the revival of the series onward Rebecca started becoming more timid (granted not to the same extent as Megan).
- Vocal Dissonance: For a female, Rebecca's voice is very low in pitch. The fact that she's voiced by Microsoft Mary doesn't help matters.
- The Voiceless: She becomes this in the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 story arc.
Tropes associated with Rebecca (Fighter Edition):
- Everything's Better with Spinning: Can spin around and deal damage with her hair a la her G/O attack.
- Gradual Grinder: Rebecca's main attacks are pretty weak, but all of them have excellent frame data, making her one of the best characters in terms of combos.
- Instrument of Murder: Rebecca can blow on her saxophone to send opponents upwards. It also speeds up her descent slightly.
- Palette Swap: Rebecca has a green one.
A kind girl with a bubbly character. Just like her friends, she shares her interest in sport (again, mainly hockey) which has been hinted at a few times throughout the series.
Tropes associated with Beth (Main Series):
- Action Girl: Just like her friends, Beth O'N is fairly talented when it comes to sport. She was one of the driving forces behind her team's victory in Season 1, Episode q9's Football Game!
- Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Her, Alex and the other Beth are the blondes, Rebecca is the brunette and Laura is the redhead, to a degree.
- Call-Back: Her rap battle verse in Season 2, Episode 20 has quite a few to Season 2, Episode 18, as well as one to Episode 16.
- Everyone Loves Blondes: Like Alex Beth is quite popular. And blonde, if that part wasn't so blatantly obvious.
- Five-Man Band: See The Smart Guy.
- Informed Attribute: She is said to be one of the smartest pupils in the class, however this is never really touched upon. Somewhat justified in that the gang aren't really at school anymore, so there wouldn't really be much of an intellectual scale anymore (ie: nobody is really smarter than anyone else now that school's out). Plus, 10A Shorts only has 2 episodes so far so her time to shine may still yet come.
- Averted as of Season 2, Episode 18, where it is shown she has a wide array of chemistry knowledge, specifically in regards to potions.
- Season 2, Episode 20 further averts this with a brief flashback of Beth with a maths test, graded A+.
- Nice Girl: Beth never seems to get mad at anyone. She was also one of the ones who helped establish Ryan and Haleema into the class in Season 2, Episode 16.
- One Steve Limit: Averted. And since both Beths generally hang around with the same people, this example gets especially confusing.
- The Rival: To Katie during Season 2, Episode 20's rap battle. At least, at first...
- Ship Tease: With Kyle M in Season 2, Episode 18. Beth O'L even lampshades it.Beth O'L: I ship it!Beth O'N and Kyle M: Shut up.
- The Smart Guy: She is this in her Five-Man Band with Alex, Laura, Rebecca and Beth.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Eliza in Season 2, Episode 7 can be seen as Beth's. Interestingly, some parallels to Beth O'L, such as the voice and attire, can be drawn, which implies that Eliza could be this to both Beth O'N and Beth O'L.
- Sweet Tooth: If her love for cake is anything to go by.
- Trademark Favourite Food: Cake, as seen in Season 2, Episode 2 and Fighter Edition. She even went out of her way to bake one for Katie in the Season 2 Christmas Special!
Tropes associated with Beth (Fighter Edition):
- Everything's Better with Spinning: Her hockey attack functions similarly to Alex's. It doesn't go as fast, but it grants Beth a lot more height to make up for it.
- Palette Swap: Beth has one that turns her blue tracksuit red.
- Parasol Parachute: Beth's I/F attack does what it says on the tin. The umbrella part actually has an active hitbox, meaning it can also do some crazy combos and upper-boundary kills if set up correctly.
The ninja of the group. Unlike most of the girls, Beth O'L appears to have some sort of experience when it comes to combat and survival. This appears to fit well with her extroverted and rowdy personality.
Tropes associated with Beth (Main Series):
- The Ace: In terms of minigames, Beth O'L seems to become one from Season 1, Episode 21 onward.
- Action Girl: And unlike most of the others, she can hold her own in a sticky situation. Heck, it was Beth who spearheaded the hunt for the mutant creepers in Season 2, Episode 10!
- The Big Guy: She is this in her Five-Man Band with Alex, Laura, Rebecca and Beth, being the group combatant and by far the most hot-blooded. Inverted in the physical sense; she is actually the second shortest of the five, barely beaten by Laura.
- Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: Her, Alex and the other Beth are the blondes, Rebecca is the brunette and Laura is the redhead, to a degree.
- Five-Man Band: See The Big Guy.
- In a Single Bound: Season 2, Episode 10 shows that Beth is capable of jumping respectably high.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Anna's Blue in Season 2, Episode 10. Beth was the one who spearheaded the hunt while Anna was pretty timid and dubious.
- The Rival: Briefly became one to Peter in Season 2, Episode 19 after Peter killed her by accident. The two did patch things up in the end though.
- Shipper on Deck: In the beginning of Season 2, Episode 18, where she ships Kyle M and the other Beth. It takes Peter to break the awkwardness.
- Sound-Effect Bleep: A brief one occurs in Season 2, Episode 6. What would have been Beth yelling a profanity was cut off by a Creeper explosion.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Eliza in Season 2, Episode 7 can be seen as Beth's. Interestingly, some parallels to Beth O'N, such as the facial features and body structure, can be drawn, which implies that Eliza could be this to both Beth O'N and Beth O'L.
- Took a Level in Badass: In Season 2, where she starts to gain more prominant roles, but most notably in the minigames. During the former half of Season 1, Beth had no notable placings in minigames. Following the football episodes, however, she started to place exceptionally high in the next three minigame episodes (namely placing 2nd in Total Wipeout: Minecraft Edition, 3rd in Monster Hunter, and her team won Cops and Robbers).
- Woman in White: Her staple outfit is a white t-shirt, coupled with blue jeans.
Tropes associated with Beth (Fighter Edition):
- Always Second Best: In regards to her movement attributes. In run speed, she's beaten by Ben, in fall speed, she's beaten by Erin, she's only slower than Sharkey in terms of air speed, and only Ross can out-jump her. Possibly unintentional.
- In a Single Bound: Just like in canon, she can jump fairly high. In Fighter Edition, her jumps are the second highest in the game.
- Also, two of her attacks are jump attacks.
- Lightning Bruiser: Fighter Edition depicts her as being this, having amazing mobility as well as surprisingly powerful attacks and decent weight. Most of her attacks are also viewed as melee attacks, so there's that, aswell.
- Her personality also suits this; Beth is one of the tougher (female) characters in the series who is always prepared for a fight.
- Palette Swap: Notably, Beth is one of the few characters who has a completely different costume, giving her a ninja's headband. Her t-shirt also turns black.
- Super Speed: Like Ben, Beth is also very fast. Her run speed, air speed and fall speed are all the second fastest in the game.
A hyperactive young girl. Although her personality comes off as somewhat annoying to the likes of Elgin, she is generally a caring lass at heart. She also seems to have a somewhat bizzare pony obsession.
Tropes associated with Emily (Main Series):
- Animal Lover: Seems to have an affiliation with horses and ponies. One of her first missions in the series was to find a horse with Molly (which they did, but couldn't ride since they needed a saddle, and they haven't found one since), she asked for one for Christmas, and one of her attacks in Fighter Edition has her ride one.
- Art Shift: In Season 1, her eyes were a dull blue gray colour. Now, in Season 2, they're a deep shade of blue, and are a lot more luscious and lively looking.
- Big Eater: Implied in 10A Shorts Episode 1.
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. Notably, alot of her skeleton is visible on the outside now: both her legs are shredded from the thigh down, with the majority of the remains being pure bone, and her left hand suffered a similar consequence.
- Dumb Blonde: Downplayed. Technically, she's DIRTY blonde rather than blonde, and she's not dumb either - just INCREDIBLY naive and childlike.
- Genki Girl: Taken to 11.
- Implied Love Interest: Alex W in Season 1, Episode 4 (poked fun at by Ross of all characters), but this hasn't been brought up since.
- Innocent Blue Eyes: Played straight, given her innocence. And seeing as her eyes were made blue-er as of late, this trope gets taken to 11.
- Just Friends: Her relationship with Ross appears to be this. Some characters tend to have fun with this however.Sharkey: But in all fairness, we did have some pretty swell moments down here, didn't we?Elgin: Yeah. The funniest of all has to be when Ross would sit down here and chat with Emily!Sharkey: Aww aye!Ross (With Emily): Sup, guys! How are we on this fine day?Elgin and Sharkey: (Burst out laughing)
- Large Ham: Well, saying she's lively would be a vast understatement.
- Naïve Animal Lover: Her obsession with ponies says it all. The naive part is self-explanitory.
- She has always wanted a pony, ever since Season 1, Episode 1. But then, considering her quirky personality, this isn't all that extraordinary.
- Nice, Mean, and In-Between: She's the Nice one out of her, Nisha and Molly. In Emily's case, she's easily the most empathic and emotional of the three.
- The Ophelia: Easily one of the wierder characters in the series. Basically the girl version of Sharkey, if you will.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Molly's Blue - Emily is more wild while Molly is more sensible.
- The Rock Star:
- The Backing Singer in the 1pA Band.
- The Organist/Pianist of the class, as shown in Season 1, Episode 18.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: In Season 2, Episode 18, she storms off after getting pranked by Sharkey, Ryan and Conall.
- Shipper on Deck: In Season 2, Episode 8, she slags Ross off for having an interaction with Ari, a girl who he abd the others met the day prior. In Season 2, Episode 10, she does it again, this time to Ben about the letter he received from Andr (an Enderwoman), receiving much more of a reaction.
- Ship Tease: Ironically considering the above, Emily herself was teased by Ross over Alex W in Season 2, Episode 4. Early on in the series, Ross himself could also count, but the duo appear to be merely friends if anything.
- Too Dumb to Live: Apparently thinks that swimming while fighting a pack of skeletons in Season 2, Episode 19 was a good idea.
- Trademark Favourite Food: Pizza, according to 10A Shorts Episode 1. In the main series this is never brought up however, due to the lack of pizza in Minecraft.
- Verbal Tic: Uses the term "bro" alot.
Tropes associated with Emily (Fighter Edition):
- BFG: If the Fighter Edition 2 Demo is anything to go by, her cadet rifle is bloody massive for all the size of her.
- Dark Chick: Subverted. She can become one a la costume swap, complete with Black Hair and Hoodie. The costume doesn't seem to have any evil links, however.
- Improbable Weapon User: Uses her scarf as a tether attack. Taken to 11 in the Fighter Edition 2 Demo, where her Aerial and Mobile Attacks also involve her flinging her scarf.
- Instrument of Murder: Throws microphones as her projectile, just like Ross. Emily trades a bit of power for more range.
- Palette Swap: Has a dark alternate costume, complete with black hair.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her alternate costume in Fighter Edition has her hair dyed black as opposed to the dirty-blonde it is normally.
- In Fighter Edition 2, the hair is simply darker rather than black... only now she has a new costume that gives her PURPLE hair.
One of the more sensible characters in the class, Molly is a very reserved character indeed. She's generally very serious (not to the point of being The Stoic, but still) and often acts as the voice of reason to her much more hyper companion Emily.
Tropes associated with Molly (Main Series):
- The Cynic: Shows shades of this, particularly in Season 2, Episode 20, where she seems doubtful of her and Emily's chances of finding ponies.
- Height Angst: Season 2, Episode 13 proves that, like Sharkey, Molly doesn't take too kindly about being short, as Mr. Coyle found out while announcing the results.
- Mellow Fellow: Reserved and Organised, but relaxed all the same.
- Naïve Animal Lover: To a minor degree, but she does like animals, particularly horses. He has a Pony in Fighter Edition, and she's with Emily in-series in terms of getting one to keep.
- As for her naivety, it's Zig-Zagged: Molly's by no means stupid, but given the more childlike half of her personality, it can sometimes be invoked.
- Nice Girl: Molly never seems to get mad at anyone, and everyone in the class seems tolerable to her. Even weirdos like Scott and Sharkey.Hell, her best friend is Emily!
- Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The In-Between one to Emily and Nisha. Molly's kind and caring; however this is downplayed by her responsible and serious nature.
- Odd Friendship: With Sharkey. Notably, Molly's the only female in the series to have decent chemistry with him, and even as far back as Season 1, Episode 3, their friendship has been established quite nicely.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Speaking of which, her Fighter Edition Artwork also seems to hint at a much-more childlike depiction of the character. Yes, Molly can be childlike and fun-loving AT TIMES, but she's still pretty responsible at the end of the day.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Emily's Red. Emily is more wild and hyper while Molly is more reserved and sensible.
- The Rock Star: One of the flutists along with Peter in the 10A Band.
Tropes associated with Molly (Fighter Edition):
- Not Quite Flight: The balloons that she can use in the games allow her to navigate through the air temporarily.
- Older Than They Look: Her Fighter Edition Official Artwork makes the fact that she's the same age as the others somewhat hard to believe.
- Palette Swap: Molly has a green one.
- Weak, but Skilled: Molly's melee attacks are amomg the weakest in the game, but her special attacks make those weaknesses pretty negligable.
- Ironically, if used in the right hands, said weakness can even be turned into a strength, allowing players to unleash devistating combos and juggles.
A typical Deadpan Snarker, Nisha is rather boisturous, if a little savage and temperamental. She has a notable disliking towards Villagers, demonstrating an odd example of Fantastic Racism in the process.
Tropes associated with Nisha (Main Series):
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. Unlike the others, Nisha didn't go through any major changes; she merely has slashes over her body and limbs.
- Damsel in Distress: In a sense in Season 2, Episode 19, where she woke up in a different section of the nether thanks to a mysterious being. She's no less of a Deadpan Snarker, though.
- Deadpan Snarker: Nisha is this. When she calls shots on others, she doesn't shout it in a degrading manner. Rather, she simply states it like it was a normal statement. She makes a particularly incriminating remark in Season 2, Episode 8.Conall: Basically Ross was in a forest and he startled some random wee girl!Ross: Shut up Conall - it's more complicated than that!Nisha: That's what all paedophiles say.
Nisha: Nailed it.
- Also, in Season 2, Episode 18, when Kyle H misses a jump and falls to his death...
- Fantastic Racism: Nisha demonstrates this trope by having a grudge against Villagers. Season 1, Episode 16 confirms that she feels this way as "they are an inferior species".
- Jerkass: The prime example is that Nisha is a dick to Villagers (see Fantastic Racism above), but she can be this way towards others aswell (although usually it's in a comical, Deadpan Snarker sort of way).
- Hypocrite: The fact that she tends to display some form of racism on occasion can (depending on the way you view it) make her one.
- Nice, Mean, and In-Between: The Mean one between her, Emily and Molly. While Emily and Molly are nice and sympathic, Nisha is a lot more deadpan and sincere.
- No Pronunciation Guide: Played straight. The name Nisha is spoken by the Text-to-Speech engine as if it weren't a foreign name, resulting in the name being pronounced "NIH-sha" as opposed to "KNEE-sha".
- The Rock Star: Subverted. Nisha is one of the cellists in the 10A Band alongside Katherine. Since string instruments aren't typically seen in bands, this is odd.
Tropes associated with Nisha (Fighter Edition):
- Everything's Better with Spinning: Her sword spin attack, much like Alex W's and Sharkey's.
- Jack-of-All-Stats: Nisha's stats are generally average, having an average projectile (low range, but highest damage in the game), decent mobility, decent damage output (high power but limited combo options) and average defences (high weight and slow fall speed, but poor recovery).
- Palette Swap: Nisha has a pink one.
- Stout Strength: Here, Nisha's implied she's very strong, given her shotput weapon and the high numbers on her damage-based attacks. She is no where near the tallest character in the series, either.
- Unskilled, but Strong: In Fighter Edition. Nisha has high weight and damage output; however, this is balanced with subpar mobility and poor recovery.
A real Animal Lover. Jasmine is typically relaxed and is kind towards others (outside of competitive minigames, that is). She currently has a pet wolf named Rover.
Tropes associated with Jasmine (Main Series):
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: In Season 2, Episode 18, she appears to be very... absentminded, going into the nether. Whether or not this is how she meets her demise is up to interpretation.
- Naïve Animal Lover: Apparent in the series, where she and Anna are (very) quick to tame a wolf in the Minecraft realm, whom they named Rover. Further burdened in Season 1, Episode 18, where Jasmine now owns Rover by her lonesome after Anna got an Ocelot for Christmas.
- Nice Girl: Easily one of the kinder characters in the series.
- Ridiculous Procrastinator: Apparently is this when it comes to homeworks. Justified in that she sucks at spelling.
- Weaponized Animal: A brief scene in Season 1, Episode 13 had Rover attack monsters (albeit unsuccessfully), and during a fight against a Mutant Creeper in Season 2, Episode 10 (this time, successfully). And as mentioned, Rover can also become this in Fighter Edition.
Tropes associated with Jasmine (Fighter Edition):
- The Cameo: Her V/K attack has her pull out her beloved wolf from hammerspace and have him scratch opponents.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: Her ribbon attack has her do a high twirl in the air.
- Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Downplayed. Jasmine's I/F attack grants her a third jump once it's executed, but she otherwise behaves the same as the others.
- Palette Swap: Jasmine has one that turns the sleeves on her t-shirt lilac.
- Weak, but Skilled: Arguably the weakest character in the game, but her "triple jump" mechanic makes her a pain to get combos started on.
A real Animal Lover. In contrast to the other girls, Anna is somewhat tomboy-ish in nature, and like Emily she too has a small history of hyperactive tendancies. Up until Season 1, Episode 18, Anna owned a Wolf with Jasmine, but from then on, she received an Ocelot, which she takes care of, named Poppy.
Tropes associated with Anna (Main Series):
- Animal Lover: And how!
- From Season 1, Episode 2 up until Season 1, Episode 17, Anna owned a Wolf named Rover along with Jasmine.
- From Season 1, Episode 18 and onward, Anna now owns a pet Ocelot named Poppy, and as stated in Season 1, Episode 20, she gave Jasmine full custody of Rover to ease the load.
- Badass Normal: Anna is usually a prime target for monster invasions, yet Season 2, Episode 3 proves that she can hold her own quite capably (in The Nether, no less).
- Call-Back: Anna is the announcer of Season 2, Episode 20's rap battle, and thus plays the music from her boomboxer that she received for christmas a few episodes ago.
- Motor Mouth: Of all the charaters with Microsoft Voices, Anna speaks the fastest.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Beth O'L's Red on their trek in Season 2, Episode 10. Beth was pumped and ready to fight the mutant creepers, while Anna was more dubious and rational.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Hannah from Season 2, Episode 7 is this to Anna. While they wear similar clothing and seem to have some Twin Theme Naming going on, their personalities are rather different. Mainly, Anna's an active tomboy who loves animals, while Sam states that Hannah "likes to hide in the shadows", implying she's extremely shy.
- Vocal Dissonance: There are times when Anna's voice will occasionally crack during clips due to how high the voice is set in the program (it isn't very high pitched in comparison to the other girls as most of their voices have higher ranges, implying they're edited in Audacity instead).
Tropes associated with Anna (Fighter Edition):
- The Cameo: If the player uses Anna's V/K attack in Fighter Edition, Anna will pull out her beloved Ocelot Poppy.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: Her main recovery move, which involves spinning around with her ponytail to gain height.
- Palette Swap: In Anna's case, a blue one.
- Stone Wall: Anna's zoning capabilities are easily among the best in the game, due to her high-ranged projectile and fast, long-lasting rushdown game. However, Anna is also among the easiest characters in the game to kill should her zone be invaded.
- Weaponized Animal: Poppy can become this a la Anna's V/K attack, where she deals Scratch Damage (literally, not figuratively).
A lovable coward. Megan is no less caring than the other girls, although she is rather timid and cowardly. As such, the Minecraft realm is the perfect place to remedy this! Right?
Tropes associated with Megan (Main Series):
- Art Shift: In Season 1, Episode 12, her hoodie was made into a more purple shade of lilac as opposed to blue.
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. Both of her eyes were severed from her skull, being replaced by small, white irises glowing in a paranormal manor. Interestingly, her face also appears to be tearstained.
- Catchphrase: "Creep", or something along those lines.
- Cowardly Lion: Megan in a nutshell. This is most apparent in Season 2, Episode 2, where she outright refuses to enter The Nether in fear of what it has in store. It isn't the first time her cowardice is shown, either...
- Failure Is the Only Option: Quite frankly, she sucks at shooting as shown in Season 1, Episode 10. All of her attacks on Ross missed and hit the surrounding wall.
- Implied Love Interest: Peter. The duo were shyly talking to one another in Season 1, Episode 2. This was brought up again in Season 2, Episode 3, but sadly the ship has yet to sail.
- Kick the Dog: More or less any time she enters the nether. She'll complain, but in the end she goes with it (albeit begrudgingly).
- Satellite Character: Megan's cowardice and timid nature is pretty much a Running Gag at this point.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Subverted. While Megan hates the nether and always expresses her desire to leave upon entering, she never follows through and always ends up sticking it out.
- Self Depreciation: Near the end of Season 2, Episode 19.
- Ship Tease: Megan's relationship with Peter has been referenced a couple of times throughout the series, particularly Ross in Season 2, Episode 2.
Tropes associated with Megan (Fighter Edition):
- Most Annoying Sound: In the 10ACraft: Fighter Edition games, her Neutral Special Attack involves her screaming at her enemies to deal small damage. Of course, the actual sound it makes could also be this to many players.
- Mythology Gag: Her gliding attack may be a nod to Season 1, Episode 7 where there was a scene where it gave the illusion that Megan was hovering above the ground. This happened again in Season 1, Episode 19.
- Also, her Palette Swap highlights the change toher colour scheme in Season 1, Episode 12 of the main series.
- Not Quite Flight: One of her specials has her glide in the air for roughly two seconds. The move was revamped significantly in the sequel's demo.
- Palette Swap: Megan's is a blue-er costume, a nod to her early design.
A tough girl with a tougher attitude. She is very protective of her friends, and when push comes to shove, she will step up and tackle any threat. She also has quite the Hair-Trigger Temper, one that can even surpass Matthew's in terms of sheer greatness.
Tropes associated with Erin (Main Series):
- Berserk Button: Like Ross, hers will be pushed if anyone harms her friends.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Big Guy to Amber and Katie's Little Guys (or girls, in this case).
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. Like Rebecca, Erin's jaw no longer bears skin and underwent some damage (albeit not to the point of dysfunctionality). Parts of her arm have been sliced, with bone and flesh appearing.
- Driven to Suicide: She had this happen to her in Season 1, Episode 3 over the lack of Wi Fi. This is currently the only case of this in the series.
- Getting Crap Past the Radar: Manages to do this in Episode 1 of 10A Shorts after she finishes writing her detention sentences. Her sentence? "I must not drink in class", which implies alcohol.The Teacher: Let's just not show this to anyone.
- Outdated Outfit: Like Kyle C and H, Erin's sleeves were made longer in the Season 1, Episode 12 Skin Update to keep consistency with her Official Artwork design.
- The Rival: To Conall, dating back to Season 1, Episode 1. While the legit cause of the duo's bad chemistry is unclear, they always end up getting on each other's nerves. Taken to the extreme in Season 2, Episode 3, where they spend most of their Nether journey bickering with one another.
- Skewed Priorities: In Season 1, Episode 3, she hid in a classroom with Katherine, Nisha and Emily to escape the Zombies, shortly before KILLING HERSELF due to the school's lack of Wi Fi.
- Wham Shot: In Season 2, Episode 18, where she jumps and lands on the spider that was attacking Matthew. Unfortunately, as it was mid-attack, she also killed Matthew in the process.
Tropes associated with Erin (Fighter Edition):
A reserved character, Katherine serves as the voice of reason to Katie, Erin and Amber, her main group of friends. She's cool and calm, and like Peter, she's implied to be very intellectual.
Tropes associated with Katherine (Main Series):
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Big Guy to Amber/Katie's Little Guy, or girl, in this case.
- Body Horror: In Season 2, Episode 9, the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episode. Like Kyle H, Katherine has a pretty sizable scar on her frontal lobe, as well as a few cuts and slashes on her chest and arms.
- Medium Awareness: While this happens plenty of times in the series, this is a notable example in that it gets the plot of Season 2, Episode 18 going.
- Mellow Fellow: Given her reserved personality, Katherine comes off as this.
- Nice Girl: While the rest of the class usually have banter here and there, Katherine is one of the few characters who shows legitimate politeness when dealing with others. Season 2, Episode 18 in particular, where she wished both Scott and Kyle H's groups safe travels.
- The Pollyanna: Season 2,Episode 7 proves that Katherine has high hopes for just about anything, has high spirits, and is willing to make the most out of any situation the gang need to face.
- The Rock Star: To some degree. Along with Nisha, Katherine is the cellist in the 10A Band, which is odd as string instruments are not generally seen in bands of any sort.
- Woman in White: She is a woman who wears a white T-shirt.
Tropes associated with Katherine (Fighter Edition):
- Mighty Glacier: In Fighter Edition. Katherine has the slowest ground speed in the game, and her mobility outside of that isn't toofabulous either. Her powerful attacks and high weight and defensive attributes, however, can more than compensate for this.
- Palette Swap: Katherine's changes the colour of her t-shirt slightly.
- Stone Wall: Can also qualify as this, but in a different vein from the other characters in the game. If the opponent manages to dodge That One Attack, Katherine is left open for a good while and has little else to defend herself during that time.
Katie's best friend, from which she is inseperable (well, almost). Her moveset in Fighter Edition implies that she is rather acrobatic.
Tropes associated with Amber (Main Series):
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Little Guy to Erin and Katherine's Big Guys. Or, in this case, Big Girls.
- Failed a Spot Check: In Season 2, Episode 19 - almost literally, too. She takes her attention off of the melon briefly to give moral support to her friends, and then turns back round to find the melon had disappeared.note
- Helium Speech: On par with Katie for having the highest pitched voice in the series.
- Kick the Dog: Downplayed. Even still, out of all the detention attendees in 10A Shorts Episode 1, Amber had the least reason to be there, simply being held back due to being late and forgetting to sign in (even though Mr. Coyle KNEW Amber was away). Naturally, Amber doesn't take it very well, although it is rather justified in the end.
- Nice Girl: Being a typical 10ACraft female, she naturally fits this trope.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Amber is the red to Katie's blue in regards to their actions. Amber seems to be more pumped and excitable while Katie is more meek and relaxed.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Amber has one in Season 2, Episode 7, with an unrevealled name. She is quite different from Amber as she has black hair and a red-ish t-shirt as opposed to Amber's blonde hair and magenta hoodie.
Tropes associated with Amber (Fighter Edition):
- Improbable Weapon User: Amber's projectile is more or less just her flinging her shoe at the enemy.
- Palette Swap: Amber's changes her hoodie yellow, making her similar to Katie. Humourously, Katie's is the same, names reversed.
- Weak, but Skilled: A very weak character in terms of damage, but she is fairly agile and her moves involve pulling off gymnastic stunts.
Amber's best friend, from which she is inseperable (well, almost). She is extremely meek and passive, as she's the only main character who has yet to kill another character.
Tropes associated with Katie (Main Series):
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Little Guy to Erin/Katherine's Big Guys (girls, in this case).
- Call-Back: Katie's verse in Season 2, Episode 20's rap battle had one to Season 2, Episode 16, specifically the scene where Beth is baking a cake.
- Cuddle Bug: She loves giving people hugs. Especially Elgin.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: A major example. Her niceness often comes off as naivety in certain scenarios.
- Dogged Nice Girl: To Elgin. Katie seems to have a soft spot for (or is at least obsessed with) the guy, but unfortunately for her, Elgin does not return her affections.
- In fact, sometimes, Elgin is even willing to let Katie know just how annoying he finds her to be and how much he despises her. Despite this, Katie keeps trying.
- Failed a Spot Check: How she and Scott die in Season 2, Episode 18. She only realises the creeper when it's too late.
- Helium Speech: On par with Amber for having the highest pitched voice in the series.
- Nice Girl: To the point where she has yet to kill any of her classmates, a distinction that NONE of said classmates share.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Katie acts VERY rugged and savage in Season 2, Episode 20. Justified, in that it was during a rap battle.
- The Pollyanna: She smiles for everyone. AND WE MEAN EVERYONE.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Amber's Red. Katie is more gentle and calm while Amber is more upbeat.
- The Rival: To Beth O'N during Season 2, Episode 20's rap battle. At least, at first...
- Running Gag: Her (one-sided) relationship with Elgin is a major example. There are a good number of episodes where the two of them interact in hilarious ways.Katie: Elgin! (Hugs)Elgin: Argh! (Falls to the ground) Get off me, you weird thing!Conall: Should we help him?Scott: Nah. I think they're enjoying themselves.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: An unnamed girl in Season 2, Episode 7 from the other class looks nearly identical to Katie, who lacks ab appearance in said episode.
- Take That!: Katie does this to a particular viewer of Season 1's Q'n'A during Season 2's Q'n'A, where she calls them out for hating on her voice. Doubles as a Call-Back.
Tropes associated with Katie (Fighter Edition):
- Cute Bruiser: While Katie is one of the weakest characters in the game if Standard Movesets are anything to go by, her B/L attack is one of the strongest attacks in the game if it lands properly. This trope applies since that attack involves Katie hugging the opponent.
- Improbable Weapon User: Katie's projectile is more or less just her flinging her shoe at the enemy.
- Palette Swap: Katie's changes her hoodie yellow, making her similar to Amber. Humourously, Amber's is the same, names reversed.
One of the new pupils of 10A. It's implied that she joined the class one year after they got sucked into the Minecraft Realm.
- The Ace: Apparently, she's really good at chess. The epilogue of Season 2, Episode 17 shows her beating Kyle M at a game (who himself is an ace at chess).
- A Day in the Limelight: She shares it with Ryan in 10A Shorts, Episode 3. Justified, since it's their introductory episode.
- Big, Thin, Short Trio: Thanks to the introduction of The New Kid, she's The Short to Ryan's Big and The New Kid's Thin.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Ryan's red.
- Running Gag: Anytime Haleema hears the mention of 10A, she attempts to correct it as 11A. This is yet another bit of proof that a full year has passed since 10A entered Minecraft.
The Big Bad of the series, based on the popular Minecraft creepypasta. Light has been shed on his motives a couple of times throughout the series, though it remains unknown what his true intentions are.
- Antagonist in Mourning: Implied in the final scene of Season 2, Episode 8.Andr: But don't you think that would be nice? I'm sure a free world wouldn't be so bad...Herobrine: Of course it's bad! I've already lost one love of my life, and I do not intend on losing the other!
- This was confirmed in Herobrine's "The Reason You Suck" Speech in Season 2, Episode 10.
- Berserk Button: Interrupting him during a sentence will result in a swear fit.
- Big Bad: Fitting, since the series is based on Minecraft and all.
- Body Horror: Depending on the Artist. 10ACraft Artwork tends to depict him with some battle scars and rip his T-shirt slightly.
- Flight: In 10ACraft: Fighter Edition 2's Demo, he can fly briefly for his Up Special move.
- Grumpy Old Man: Given his low voice and antagonistic role in the series, it fits.
- Mighty Glacier: Downplayed in Fighter Edition 2 - while he is rather strong and heavy, he is also one of the faster characters in terms of grounded mobility. His attacks, however, are all cripplingly slow to balance this.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: He gives one in Season 2, Episode 10, explaining why he is corrupt and how 10A stole what was left of what he owned (albeit unintentionally).
- Shock and Awe: In 10ACraft: Fighter Edition 2's Demo, Herobrine can charge up and summon a powerful lightning blast a la his Side Special.
- Shout-Out: The "Hoaxed_Miner.RAR" file The Teacher mentioned in Season 1, Episode 8 shouts out many fan theories that suggest that Herobrine was a miner who became corrupted.
- The Stoic: For a series as daft as 10ACraft, the fact that the series' Big Bad is devoid of any humorous traits makes this a somewhat creepy example.
- Teleport Spam: In 10ACraft: Fighter Edition 2's Demo, his Neutral Special allows him to turm invisible briefly, before re-appearing a few feet away.
- Tragic Villain: Given that he's supposedly been though so much. He once lived a perfect life, had a wife, and lived on a paradise of a world, before a tragic accident happened, causing him to lose his wife. He slowly became corrput out of remorse, as he had lost one of the things he truely loved. And when 10A joined the world in the series beginning, the final straw was pulled. In a sense, Herobrine's just an unfortunate individual who went insane due to his losses and tries to kill anyone who trespasses on his land. It's hard not to feel bad for him on some level.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Herobrine, the most powerful entity in all of Minecraft, was simply a virus who was defeated when Mr. Coyle discovered and deleted the file he originated from after the events of Season 1, Episode 7.
Presumably the Class's Teacher. His name is Mr. Coyle, but most characters simply call him "The Teacher" or "Sir". He constantly organises minigames for the class to play in the Minecraft Realm.
- A Day in the Limelight: 10A Shorts Episode 1, where he holds a detention class for naughty pupils. Hilarity ensues.
- Badass Baritone: His voice is very low pitched. Fitting, given his position as an adult character.
- Big Bad: Of 10A Shorts Episode 1, and since the episode is themed around detention it is entirely justified.
- The Cameo: He makes a brief appearance in Season 2, Episode 6, this being the first adventure episode he appears in.
- Cool Teacher: If the minigame episodes are to be believed, he seems to enjoy hosting various events for his classmates whenever he gets the opportunity.
- Demoted to Extra: Due to Season 2's plot focused episodes overshadowing the typical minigame episodes of Season 1, The Teacher doesn't appear as often as he used to (except The Cameo in Season 2, Episode 6, 8 and 10). He didn't even appear in the Christmas Special.
- Disproportionate Retribution: Apparently Amber forgetting to register in the office requires just as much punishment as Elgin and Sharkey basically bullying Kyle C.
- Non-Indicative Name: 10A Shorts Episode 1 reveals that Mr. Coyle isn't actually a teacher, rather, a classroom assistant. Doesn't stop him from taking punishments into his own hands.
A religious young man who lives in a village. He turns out to be good friends with 10A.
- The Cameo: Appeared in the Christmas Special. As the church minister, fittingly enough.
- Kick the Dog: In his debut appearance, it is revealled that he suffered the loss of his church, which he loved.
- Mr. Exposition: Not as much as Lyle, but he still occasionally plays this role when he appears in adventure episodes.
- Token Religious Teammate: Jack turns out to be the village priest, and takes the church very seriously as a result.
A former traveller who resides in a village alongside Jack. He appears to be good friends with the villagers.
A Villager who resides in a village next to the gang's house.
- Distressed Dude: A variation. In Season 2, Episodes 18 and 19, some of the class had to make potions for Timmy, who had fallen ill.
- Failure Is the Only Option: It was kinda stupid of Erin's team to just stick Timmy in nets in Season 1, Episode 19's football game, considering he (possibly) lacks any hands to catch the ball with.
- Kick the Dog: Anytime Timmy makes an appearance with the gang, Nisha is quick to judge him based on his species.
- Though in Part 2 of Season 2's Christmas Special, Nisha wrote an apology letter to Timmy over an outburst she had, implying that she is at least trying to patch things up on her end.
- Pokémon Speak: He grunts as opposed to using vocabulary. Whether he can speak or not is up to interpretation.
A large Iron Golem who lives in the village along with Timmy, Lyle and the others.
- Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Implied to have beaten up monsters through the night in Season 2, Episode 10. Sadly, it was daylight before je appeared onscreen.
Ben's Enderman friend. He plays a vital role in the gang's quest to find the end.
- Interspecies Friendship: Has this with Ben starting from Season 1, Episode 7.
- Punny Name: A portmaneau of the words Ben and Enderman, referencing his friend as well as his species.
- Pokémon Speak: As expected, Benderman speaks using sound effects rather than the Text-to-Speech engine used by the human characters.
Jasmine's (and formerly Anna's) pet wolf. He is very loyal and often fights back against monsters if he or Jasmine are threatened.
- The Cameo: In 10ACraft: Fighter Edition, a la Jasmine's Side Special attack. She pulls him out to slash at opponents with his claws.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Rover has an awful tendancy to disappear from episodes without characters making note of it in any way.
- Put on a Bus: He made an appearance in Season 1's Bottle Episode for a brief few seconds before disappearing from the series for a while.
- The Bus Came Back: He appeared again in Season 2, Episode 10 as he fights the Mutant Creeper alongside Matthew, Laura and Percy (Jasmine just stood there).
Anna's pet Ocelot that she got at Christmas (Season 1, Episode 18).
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Like Rover, Poppy's appearances and disappearances don't affect the plot or the characters much at all.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Poppy's only real appearance was in Season 1, Episode 18 (her cameo in Season 1, Episode 25 nonwithstanding). This actually prompted a viewer to ask about her in Season 1,s Q'n'A, although Anna insists that Poppy's doing fine.
A monster hunter, Dylan, often accompanied by Reece, occasionally finds himself amidst 10A's quirky activities.
- Art Shift: Big time. Remember at the end of Season 1, Episode 3 where someone came along and griefed the gang's school? APPARENTLY THAT WAS HIM.
- Badass Normal: He's just a regular sword fighter, but the way he kills monsters (especially in Season 1, Episode 13) just screams "Badass".
- Big Guy, Little Guy: Assuming he's Sharkey's height, he's the Little Guy to Reece's Big Guy.
- HeelFace Turn: A minor example, but at least he doesn't seem to be blowing stuff up for kicks and giggles anymore.
- Long-Lost Relative: Season 1, Episode 14 confirms he's Sharkey's cousin.
- The Rival: To Amber (see Art Shift).
- Those Two Guys: Him and Reece. In fact, ever since Reece was introduced to the series they've never had an on-screen appearance without one another.
A monster hunter, Reece, often accompanied by Dylan, occasionally finds himself amidst 10A's quirky activities.
- Badass Normal: He's just a regular archer, but the way he kills monsters (especially in Season 1, Episode 13) just screams "Badass".
- Big Damn Heroes: Technically. If it wasn't for Reece's archery skills in Season 2, Episode 10, there's a high chance that Ari and Ross (and possibly Anna and Beth) would have been killed by the creeper barricades.
- Big Guy, Little Guy: The Big Guy to Dylan's Little Guy.
- Those Two Guys: Him and Dylan. In fact, ever since Reece was introduced to the series they've never had an on-screen appearance without one another.
Lindsay's brother. Notorious for his ginger hair.
- Ascended Extra: In Season 1, Episode 15, where he plays a much more major role when compared to his cameos in other episodes.
- Big Eater: Implied in the Season 1 Christmas Special.Lindsay: Hey Peter! We won't be long, don't worry.Ewan: What's for dinner?
- The Cameo: Appeared briefly in the Christmas Special (Part 2, specifically). Also plays one near the end of Season 2, Episode 8.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has bright ginger hair.
Ewan's brother. He is leaner and has dirty blonde hair, with green eyes.
- Ascended Extra: In 10A Shorts Episode 3, he serves as the deuteragonist during Ryan and Haleema's introduction.
- Butt-Monkey: Played this role in Season 2, Episode 19. Zombies were waiting outside of the house, and Ewan, Lyle and Jack all called dibs on not checking. Lindsay, who was too slow, was forced to check.
- The Cameo: Appeared briefly in Season 1, Episode 18 (Part 2 of the Christmas Special). He also appeared near the end of Season 2, Episode 8.
- Plot Hole: Lindsay's appearance in 10A Shorts Episode 3 creates one. How on earth is he in the real world and the Minecraft World during the same timeline?
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He has this moment in Season 2, Episode 10 when Nisha and Elgin square up (saying the phrase almost word-for-word, too).
Rebecca's mother. Since she is still in the real world, we have yet to see her physically.
- The Ghost: Only appears in Season 1, Episode 25 via a phonecall. As a result, her physical appearance has yet to be known.
An Unzombified Zombie Pigman, whom Matthew creates and makes friends with. Joined the gang thanks to a mod installed to the gang's Minecraft world.
- Pig Man: After Matthew made a golden carrot, and gave it to a stray zombie pigman, it eventually became a regular pig, albeit bipedal. Matthew took a liking to it and called it Percy.
- Pokémon Speak: As per norm with non-human characters in the series, Percy communicates with grunts and wheezes.
- Punny Name: Averted, though Beth O'L stated that it could have been otherwise.note
- Took a Level in Badass: In "Modded Madness, Part 1", he was quick to run from the ordinary monsters in the cave. Come "Part 3" and he helps Matthew, Laura, Rover and Jasminenote take down one of the mutant creepers roaming the world on Herobrine's command!
- What Happened to the Mouse?: He kinda just vanishes after Season 2, Episode 10 without any explaination, though it's hinted that Mr. Coyle killed him off as he deleted the mods from the game (not willingly, mind you).
A cheerful young girl whom Ross eventually makes friends with. Joined the gang thanks to a mod installed to the gang's Minecraft world - namely, the Mob Talker Mod.
- Adaption Personality Change: Downplayed, though there is quite a difference. See Chickification.
- Affectionate Nickname: She refers to Ross as "Buster" in her introduction to him.
- Chickification: Compared to her canon appearance in the Minecraft Mod of her origin, she's significantly more mellow and chipper. She still has her occasional moments of playful banter though.
- Nice Girl: Again, compared to her canon, she is very mellow.
- Plot Hole: Mr. Coyle stated at the end of "Modded Madness, Part 3" that he had to uninstall the mods from the game, however Ari stated that she had to make her leave due to her living far away, thus being unrelated to Mr. Coyle's mod purge. It is unknowm what she meant by this, though an alternative is that she merely wanted a nicer way to say goodbye.
- Ship Tease: With Ross. Also applies in universe; Conall, Sharkey, Elgin, Nisha, Molly, Emily and Alex W all comment on it at least at some point.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has bright lavender hair.
A very tall woman with enderman in her blood. Joined the gang thanks to a mod installed to the gang's Minecraft world - namely, the Mob Talker Mod.
- Adaption Personality Change: Not nearly as much as Ari, mind you. She still shows hints of timidness, however it's much fewer and further between than in her source material.
- Dark Chick: [[Her role in her alliance with Herobrine, but can't bring herself to carry out his goals most of the time.]]
- The Dragon: She is apparantly one to Herobrine.
- Nice Girl: She looks the part, and she helped Ben indoors and saved him from death after he was suppisedly concussed. It's this trope that made her disobey Herobrine's order to kill anyone in 10A; she simply couldn't bring herself to do it.
- Statesque Stunner: As in Mob Talker Canon. Ben, the tallest person in 10A, is utterly dwarfed by her.
- Walking Spoiler: It's quite difficult to talk about her alliance with Herobrine without bringing up his motives as well. Most of said motives still have yet to be seen, however.
The main antagonist of the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episodes. Not much is known about him outside the Five Nights at Freddy's themed episodes.
- Advertised Extra: Once it was heard that "Alex W worked in conjunction with another character" in Season 1, Episode 15, it was only a matter of time before said character would be introduced to the series in the form of Charley.
- Affably Evil: Like Alex W in Season 1's F Na F Episodes, Charley's dialogue and mannerisms make it very hard to take hin seriously.
- All There in the Manual: Charley outright refuses to reveal his backstory and motives in the episodes, but the Newspaper Article at the end of the episode has this laid out on the table (well, the former at least).
- Big Bad: In Season 2, Episodes 7, 9 and 11.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Sort of, but refusing to leave his "Secret Bunker" closed during his confrontation lead to his demise by leaving the front door of the mansion exposed, leaving him vulnerable to outside attackers (AKA Conall coming in and shooting him with a tranquiliser).
- Those Two Bad Guys: Himself and Alex W, naturally.
- Walking Spoiler: It's very difficult to bring this character up without bringing up the class's (albeit little confirmed) backstory as a whole.
10A's Suspiciously Similar Substitutes in the Five Nights at Freddy's 2 Episodes, and Charley's classmates/creations.
- Affectionate Nickname: They refer to Charley as their uncle.
- Ax-Crazy: When brainwashed by Charley.
- Big Eater: Mervin.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Maxie's first appearance was as an alternate costume for Molly in 10ACraft: Fighter Edition. It wasn't until 6 months later where she would make her actual in-series debut.
- Expy: An in-series example, but they are expies to 10A themselves due to being their clones. See Suspiciously Similar Substitute.
- HeelFace Revolving Door: They started out as being relatively friendly to the gang, before trying to kill them later that night, before going back to being nice to them just the next day. Of course, due to Charley's brainwashing potions, this is entirely justified.
- Innocent Blue Eyes: Pedro has them.
- No Pronunciation Guide: The text-to-speech voices tend to say "Paydro" instead of "Pedro".
- One Steve Limit: Ander, although being spelled differently, is not to be confused with Andr from the Modded Madness episodes.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Sam has red eyes, and as Season 2, Episode 11 shows, he is not one to be taken lightly once the line is crossed.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitutes: Given that they are clones created from some of 10A's DNA, this is to be expected.
- Sam is one to Scott. This is perhaps tge most obvious example, given their similar voice, personalities and fashion sense.
- Pedro is one to Peter, being tall and slim, as well as sporting blue (although Pedro's T-Shirt is much darker).
- Mervin is one to Matthew, another pretty obvious parallel.
- Connor is one to Conall, albeit with a few differences: Connor has brown hair instead of black, he wears a T-Shirt instead of a hoodie and said T-Shirt is a different shade of purple.
- Lauren is one to Laura. Like Connor, Lauren wears a T-Shirt rather than the cardigan Laura wears.
- Eliza is an interesting case: she is one to both Beth O'N and Beth O'L, appearing to take the general frame and appearance of Beth O'N, while taking Beth O'L's voice.
- Hannah is one to Anna, albeit with a stark personality contrast: wheras Anna is tomboyish and somewhat hyper, Hannah is really quiet and shy. Again, she wears a T-Shirt rather than a hoodie.
- Maxie is one to Molly, wearing green instead of blue.
- Yasmin is one to Jasmine, again with a slight colour alteration.
- Ander (not to be confused with Andr from the Modded Madness episodes) is one to Amber, but with black hair rather than blonde hair.
- Jane is one to Katie, but her jumper is a slightly different shade of yellow.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Yasmin, Ander and Jane don't appear in the final scene of the 3rd part.