The Eleven Little Roosters
The Rooster Corps
- The Alliance: The Rooster Corps is a tight-knit coalition of international spy agencies and powerful assassin groups... and one murderous boy band.
- Colour-Coded for Your Convenience: Each of the eleven Rooster Corps organizations is designated with its own color.
- Canadian Assassins League - Brown
- Komitee for State Security - Red
- Sex Von Shaukel Boyz - Orange
- Whatever Australia Has - Yellow
- Asesino Mexicano Espia - Green
- French Association of Professionals - Blue
- Military Intelligence Section 6 - Purple
- Norwegian Viking Coalition - Pink
- Swedish Security Service - White
- Central Intelligence Agency - Grey
- Italian Defense Division - Black
- Everyone Is Bi: Quite possibly; nobody seems to have a problem sleeping with Gavin the 3rd (sometimes with others of both genders at the same time), but most of them show interest in women as well.
- A House Divided: The Saboteur's plan is to erode the assassins' mutual trust until they're at each other's throats. Once all of the Roosters are dead and their keys deactivate, the Saboteur can take control of a powerful superweapon. His plan comes frighteningly close to succeeding, with only one agency left by the end of it all.
- Government Agency of Fiction: All of the spy agencies, besides the CIA, MI6, KGB, and SSS, and even those have quite a few liberties taken (the KGB, for instance, hasn't existed in over 25 years).
- Immortal Assassin: Averted, everyone is more than capable of dying from pretty much anything.
- The Mole: One of the Rooster Corps organizations is this. It's the MI6.
- National Stereotypes: If a character is explicitly stated to be from a certain country, you can bet they'll have the associated stereotypes.
Canadian Assassins League
Played by Elyse Willems
Agent Knuckle is the spy brought in after Agent Moose gets disavowed for shooting Jack the Red, and thus is the sole representative of the Canadian Assassins League, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. She is killed along Agents Jinx and Gibson by the CIA's bomb after being tricked with false orders, making her the ninth victim of the mole.
- Apologizes a Lot: Even gets into an apologizing competition with Moose to see who can out-apologize each other.
- Ax-Crazy: She's a real Knife Nut
- Badass Boast: Delivers one right before throwing down with the CIA agents.Knuckle: Oh, just because I'm a polite Canadian means I have to stand here and take what you say? Well, this is one Canadian that doesn't play by the rules. No matter what the penalties. Now come over here so I can smack the feck outta ya.
- Bi the Way: Had sex with Gavin the 3rd and Agent Jinx.
- Canada, Eh?: Has an incredibly thick Canadian accent.
- The Coats Are Off: Throws off her jacket before getting into a Cat Fight with Agent Jinx.* Cute and Psycho: Perky and excitable, but also a hardened killer who's all to happy to gut the Germans, under the suspicion that one of them might be the Saboteur.
- Fatal Flaw: Ambition/impulsiveness. She's so eager to follow orders and prove herself useful that she allows The Colonel to play her by giving her a false mission to sabotage the CIA. Then, when Agent Jinx tries to set her straight, she accuses Jinx of being the mole and attacks both CIA agents, preventing them from escaping the bomb they just set and ensuring that all three of them would die.
- Fingerless Gloves: Just like the ones Agent Moose has.
- Genki Girl: From her introduction, she's established as an energetic, boisterous character.
- Knife Nut: Is particularly excited to brandish her sword to convince the Big Cock that she's willing to gut the Germans.
- Lady Swears-a-Lot: Has a particularly colorful vocabulary, much to Agent Moose's chagrin.
- Nice Girl: She swears like a sailor, but none-the-less is extremely polite. She is Canadian after all.
- Nice Hat: Again, just like the one Agent Moose has.
- Punny Name: When you put the names of the two Canadian spies together, you get the phrase "moose knuckle", which is both a Canadian outerwear brand and slang for the male equivalent of cameltoe.
- Red Oni: To Moose's blue oni.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Is also a blonde woman, wears the exact same outfit as Moose (with a slightly lighter jacket), and has her name combine with Moose's to form the phrase "moose knuckle".
- Unwitting Pawn: The Colonel uses her as one by giving her false orders her to move the Hammer of Cock's control module before the CIA can destroy it.
- What the Hell Is That Accent?: In contrast to Agent Moose's generally normal-sounding voice, Knuckle has a pronounced Canadian accent.
- Who Names Their Kid "Dude"?: In the second episode, she gets amused when she reads some documents and finds out about a male target named Kelly."What kind of hoser names a boy Kelly?"
Military Intelligence Section 6
Gavin the 3rd/Mavin
Played By Gavin Free
Gavin the 3rd is the sole representative of Section 6 of Military Intelligence, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. Before the start of the series, he went insane and adopted a second personality, Operator Mikey, and became the mole. He is killed by the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz' harmonized singing, eliminating the threat to the Rooster Corps, and making him the 17th victim of the murders.
- All Germans Are Nazis: When he plots to kill the Sex von Shaukel Boyz, he quips that it's "always the Germans."
- Ax-Crazy: He's shown from the beginning to have failed his psych evaluation, evidently for being trigger-happy and not caring much for others, at one point expecting a high-five after killing someone (albeit, in self-defence). As it turns out, he's actually having a psychotic episode, which has caused him to turn on the others.
- Big Bad: He's the Saboteur.
- Bi the Way: Has slept with almost everyone in the Rooster Corps, regardless of gender.
- Casting Gag: Gavin feels like he is the only actual British person on his team. He's correct; Annersby and Operator Mikey are British characters played by American actors.
- Cartwright Curse: A good number of the people he sleeps with end up dead within the next two episodes, with two even forshadowing their demise after sleeping with him (something he's shown to be a little baffled and disturbed by). Since he's the Saboteur, this may be an Invoked Trope - at the very least the Asesino Mexicano Espía's case is invoked, as he's the one to give them the mermaid photo prop.
- Easily Forgiven: Shoots Annersby in the arm, yet he's forgiven mere seconds afterward.
- Everyone Has Standards: He bangs just about everybody, but Gibson is such a cripplingly insecure Jerkass that it's too much even for him. Also, he doesn't think he's attractive.
- He also hated Jack the Red just as much as everyone else did.
- Evil Brit: A British agent with a callous, sociopathic streak to him. He's also the Saboteur.
- Evil Is Sexy: Is definitely one of the more sociopathic of the agents, and could easily pass as the main antagonist of any other story (and is, in fact, the antagonist of this one), but yet is still able to bang at least one agent every episode.
- Expy: Of James Bond. See Tuxedo and Martini below.
- Faux Affably Evil: He comes off as goofy Lovable Sex Maniac, but he's also an Ax-Crazy sociopath. He's also the Saboteur.
- The Fool: He relies on a lot of luck when completing his missions.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Not himself, but he does use a lot of different gadgets to complete missions.
- Gavin the 3rd Is About To Shoot You: He just wouldn't be a proper James Bond expy if he wasn't aiming for the audience in his poster.
- Jerkass: The biggest one in the Rooster corps, and that was before we learn he was the mole.
- Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Tells Agent Gibson that the reason he won't sleep with him is because it's obvious that Gibson has some severe self-esteem issues, and he'd rather Gibson work on resolving them in a safe, healthy environment and become a better, more confident person, instead of engaging him in a shallow tryst which would only reinforce an unhealthy behavioral complex. He then adds that he really just doesn't think Gibson is attractive, which does not help with Gibson's aforementioned self-esteem issues. And, as The Saboteur, he was deliberately not sleeping with Gibson precisely to nurture that unhealthy behavioral complex.
- Lack of Empathy: His examination file notes that he has this trait. He demonstrates it in the fourth episode when he honestly expects a high-five from Agent Moose after winning the Tetris game and, as a result, crushing her ex-boyfriend to death in front of her and calls her a bitch when she understandably refuses. It's especially cruel since he exploited her Anguished Declaration of Love to Hadam to win. When Mikey breaks down crying, instead of consoling him or trying to understand his perspective, Gavin just says "Don't be like that."
- Light Is Not Good: Wears a white dinner jacket with his tux, while also a sociopathic assassin. And the Saboteur.
- Lovable Sex Maniac: He is admittedly quite the pervert. His first scene involves him taking an eye exam and believing the letters and numbers are actually one giant orgy, Annersby outright calls him a "sex fiend", and the first thing he uses a shrink ray that grows things instead of shrinking them on is his member.
- Meaningful Name: Gavin The 3rd is the third "Gavin" to appear in the series, the others were Gavin and his clone Gavin2 from the previous installment.
- Never My Fault: When Annersby criticizes his recent performance, he blames it on British command, who has had no contact with him, and Operator Mikey, who doesn't exist.
- Power Perversion Potential: When Annersby gives him a faulty shrink ray that grows things instead of shrinking them, Gavin immediately zaps his penis several times, which results in him having a comically large bulge under the sheets.
- Really Gets Around: Let's just say he's slept with almost everyone in the Rooster Corps and leave it at that.
- Screw Yourself: Technically it's actually just A Date with Rosie Palms, but when he thinks he's having sex with Operator Mikey, in actuality, he's just wanking off in bed by himself as Mikey isn't real.
- Sex Is Good: He certainly seems to believe so.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: Wears an elegant tuxedo with an ivory dinner jacket and red rose boutonniere, when it isn't crumpled at the foot of his bed. Also counts as Man of Wealth and Taste, considering he is the Saboteur.
- The Sociopath: Aside from listing that he has sociopathic tendencies, the examination file mentions that Gavin is unable to respond appropriately in emergency situations, becomes erratic very easily, lacks empathy(see above), and is generally an unpleasant person. And, as the Saboteur, he's been deliberately plays on the other agent's emotions to maneuver them into killing each other, all while maintaining the facade of a chummy, ineffectual sex-machine.
- Trigger Happy: Annersby accuses Gavin of being this after he shoots him in the arm for no reason while he is recreating the Bond Gun Barrel. Mentioned outright in the examination file.
- Tuxedo and Martini: Is an expy of James Bond, full stop. He has Bond's signature white tux and rose, his introductory scene of the series starts with him recreating the film series' famous gunbarrel sequence, and future scenes contain a number of different Bond references.
- Your Head Asplode: Is finally killed when the SSB cause his head to explode with their perfectly harmonized singing voices.
Whatever Australia Has
- Awesome Aussie: As badass Australians. The closest that can be decided on what the organization actually would be the ASIS (Australian Secret Intelligence Service), but it's never explicitly spelled out. Subverted. Neither of them are actually Australian and Geoff lied about representing an Australian spy organization on his resume, hence why he doesn't even know the organization's name.
- Fauxreigner: They're actually Americans. To be exact, they are Geoff and Griffon Ramsey.
- Implied Love Interest: Their overall relationship with each other is ambiguous at best. They live with each other, implying a close enough relationship that they would be willing to see each other every day, but are shown to not get along the best. Subverted when they're revealed to be Geoff and Griffon Ramsey, a married couple.
- Land Down Under: Both of them are this trope incarnate. Possibly Justified in that, as Americans, this is their impression of what Australia is like.
- Professional Slacker: Their speciality is avoiding work, that being said they were employed for a reason. That reason being a falsified resume.
Played by Geoff Ramsey
Boomerang Geoff is one of the two representatives of Whatever Australia Has, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. His true identity is former Rooster Teeth employee Geoff Ramsey. He is killed by a bomb placed under his couch, making him the 13th victim of the mole.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: Has one sleeve of his jacket ripped off to show off his tattooed arm.
- Fatal Flaw: Sloth. He's so lazy that he barely notices or cares when the Saboteur shows up at his house out of the blue and plants a bomb under his couch in plain sight.
- Jerkass: Comes off as this towards the pizza place he's ordering from, and towards The Griffon in some situations.
- Killed Mid-Sentence: After the Griffon confronts Geoff about the bomb under their couch, his last words are him about to tell the Griffon who the Saboteur is before the bomb goes off.
- Noodle Incident: In the second episode, he mentions a time where he actually mailed the Australian Prime Minister to America.
- Odd Friendship: With Koko, the bad boy of the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz.
- Rummage Sale Reject: His regular outfit is a seriously haggard-looking tux, with no shirt underneath and one sleeve ripped from the jacket. Why Geoff thought this was what real Aussies wear in the Outback is anyone's guess.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Decides to "wait this one out down under" and let the rest of the Rooster Corps resolve the traitor problem. Did the same thing after the murders took place in TLR, knowing that the company would soon go under and that the killer could still be out there.
- Shout-Out: Justifies his hiding out in Australia by saying "Camping is a legitimate strategy."
- The Slacker: He can't even be bothered to look up what his organization is actually called, and stays at home playing video games while The Griffon goes out and does work for them.
- What the Hell Is That Accent?: His Australian accent is far from convincing, something that even the show points out. This turns out to be Foreshadowing, as he's actually an American pretending to be Australian.
Played by Griffon Ramsey
The Griffon is one of the two representatives of Whatever Australia Has, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. Her true identity is former Rooster Teeth employee Griffon Ramsey. She is killed by a bomb placed under her couch, making her the 14th victim of the mole.
- All Germans Are Nazis: Apparently believes this. She enthusiastically hunts down the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz, believing them to be evil, and quips "Can't the Germans stop being the bad guys for once?" when she finds them.
- A-Team Firing: Fires at least a dozen times at the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz and Chris from less then ten feet away but only manages to land one hit.
- Becoming the Mask: According to Geoff, after moving to Australia, she "took the assassin thing really seriously".
- Blood Knight: Let's just say that she takes her job as an assassin really seriously.
- Cold Sniper: Is one of only two agents to use a sniper rifle as their primary weapon, with the other being Marquee Marquis.
- Faux Action Girl: When fist introduced, she seems like she does more than Boomerang Geoff. Then she partakes in A-Team Firing while trying to kill the the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz and Chris.
- Late to the Tragedy: Tragedy might be an overstatement but she does miss the meeting.
- More Deadly Than the Male: She's a lot more competent, level-headed and bloodthirsty than her husband, who's a Lazy Bum. Though it's played with, as she is a Faux Action Girl.
- Reality Ensues: While she does take her job as an assassin seriously, that doesn't mean she's good. She has no prior experience as an assassin.
- Right for the Wrong Reasons: She misreads the message that the Germans are the killer mole as the Germans sending poison marsupials into their gardens but she is still the only assassin to get the general idea that the Germans are the bad guys.
- Spell My Name with a "The": Obviously. Although her real name is just Griffon.
French Association of Professionals
Played by Aaron Marquis
Marquee Marquis is the sole representative of the French Association of Professionals, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. Is killed in Episode 3 by Burnardo Burnadicci, making him the fifth victim of the mole.
- Badass Longcoat: Wears a dark grey overcoat when on assignment.
- Cigar Chomper: Well, more like cigarette chomper. We never see him without a cigarette.
- Code of Honor: According to the ELR personality quiz, FAP is considered to be the most honorable of the agencies, and the most reliable to stick to their code. In the series, the Big Cock sarcastically mentions that he has a "strong moral code".
- Cold Sniper: He is seen calmly sniping random people in the trailer.
- Discriminate and Switch: Inverted. He refuses to kill Kelly, but not because he is a good-hearted priest, but because he is a man.
- Expy: For Jean Reno's character Léon, particularly his outfit and the name of his organization. The main difference is that Marquis' "moral code" is a complete inversion of Léon's - he only targets women and children.
- Freudian Excuse: His reasoning for only killing women and children. His father was shot by an evil little girl, and little girls grow up into women.
- Go Out with a Smile: He dies happy as he sees his father beckoning him to the afterlife.
- He-Man Woman Hater: Because of his Freudian Excuse, he believes men are innocent and women and children are evil. He doesn't even consider them people: he claims that, by his standards, he hasn't killed anyone in a decade, but also freely admits that he has killed hundreds of women and children in that same time span.
- Hitman with a Heart: Outside the hundreds of women and children he's killed at least, he had a strong moral code and relents on killing a target who doesn't deserve it (though his reasoning was that it was a man).
- Kids Are Cruel: Firmly believes this is the case, hence his "moral code".
- Lennon Specs: With a transparent plastic frame.
- My God, What Have I Done?: His reaction when he realizes that by killing everyone in the Asesinos Mexicano Espía, he killed two men. It's implied this happens again when he learns that the little girl he thought killed his father was the daughter of the real killer.
- Nice Hat: A black wool tuque.
- Pre-Mortem One-Liner: Attempts this on a girl that turns out to be Burnardo's daughter, even paying homage to a famous example of this trope.
- Properly Paranoid: He thinks a mission of his was a set-up by The Mole to get him to break his "moral code" when really he didn't read anything else on the targets file except that their name was Kelly. Then he gets tricked into killing the Asesinos Mexicano Espía, two of which are men, under the belief that they were mermaids.
- Red Baron: Is called "The Baby Cap of assassins" because he exclusively targets women and children.
- Repetitive Name: Both his first and last name are pronounced Mar-kee.
- Seems to run in the family: The end credits list his father's name as "Joel Joelle".
- Revenge: Obsessed with getting revenge on all women and children because his father was shot in front of him by a smug little girl named Margaret, or so he believed.
- Skyward Scream: Ends episode two with a cry of "Sacre bleu!" after killing all of the Asesinos Mexicano Espía.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Milk. In the trailer, he is seen drinking milk on two separate occasions, running with a carton of milk, and eating ice cream. And according to the ELR personality quiz, Marquis' ideal vacation spot is a dairy farm.
- Would Not Hit a Girl or Child: Inverted. They are the only thing he kills.
Norwegian Viking Coalition
Jack the Red
Played by Jack Pattillo
The sole representative of the Norwegian Viking Coalition, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He is killed in episode 1 by Agent Moose. This makes him the first victim of the mole.
- Asshole Victim: No one mourns his death.
- Beyond the Impossible: He has been known to shit on someone's wrapped meal without opening the wrapper first, which even the person who owns said meal finds incredible.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Nobody in the Rooster Corps is afraid to admit that they hate him.
- Horny Vikings: Obviously.
- Jerkass: Literally shits in people's cereal.
- Minor Major Character: Was advertised as one of the main characters, but is killed only seconds after his first appearance.
- Plot-Triggering Death: His death is what sets off the events of the series, causing the agencies to become suspicious of each other and in turn, start causing the deaths of one-another.
- Small Role, Big Impact: See Plot-Triggering Death.
- Storming the Castle: Jack's apparent specialty is breaching, whether it be ships or doors.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Is killed only seconds after appearing on screen. He doesn't even get a line.
Sex Von Shaukel Boyz
- All Germans Are Nazis: Not really, but it doesn't stop the rest of the Rooster Corps from thinking of them that way anyway. It's also used for a few jokes by the Boyz themselves:Brüce: Ve vere destined to be ze most prolific German organisation ze vorld has ever seen! *Outstretches arm forward for emphasis*Koko: Everyone thinks zat we're ze bad guys! Again!
- Assassins With Good Publicity: They have a huge international fanbase, in spite of the fact that they are known for murdering members of their audience in the middle of their shows.
- Bittersweet Ending: Sure, most of them actually survived the murders, but now Lars is dead, they are no longer members of the Rooster Corps, and the SSB's future is uncertain.
- Bi The Way: Everything about them is excessively flamboyant and they don't shy away from getting touchy-feely with each other, but they still flirt with the female members of the Rooster Corps such as Jinx and Moose and Koko is in a relationship with Yoko Ono. And, so far, Lars is the only one who has been confirmed to have had sex with another man, Gavin the 3rd.
- Conspicuously Public Assassination: It's actually a major part of their theme, considering they are an assassination boy band that kills their targets during the show, and no one in the audience cares. The only time everyone freaks out about this is when Koko gets drunk in the middle of their show and starts killing the wrong audience members.
- Dance Battler: During the final battle, they use their dance moves while fighting Mavin. It doesn't help them much, though, but it does help them avoid the Hammer of Cock's laser blasts.
- Gratuitous German: Though not very good German.
- Hell-Bent for Leather: Most of the band performs in sexy skin-tight leather pants. Wilhelm is the exception in this regard, but he makes up for it with his Post-Apunkalyptic biker jacket.
- Humble Beginnings: In-Universe, they started out as a Sex Swing cover band before branching off and doing their own thing.
- Mein Gott, What Have We Done?: After sabotaging Koko's solo show, Wilhelm, Brüce and Lars have this reaction when they find out that Koko is a wreck who deeply misses his friends and regrets leaving the band.
- N.G.O. Superpower: Unlike the other agencies, who are implied to at least loosely represent their native governments, the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz are a murderous boy band answerable to no one but themselves. Nevertheless, they are members of the Rooster Corps on par with the other agencies and share a 1/11th stake in a powerful superweapon.
- Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: A flamboyant German Europop boy band/assassin group.
- Race Name Basis: The other members of the Rooster Corps rarely call them by their band name and mostly just refer to them as "the Germans". Even The Hammer of Cock is programmed to recognize them as "the Germans".
- Stealth Pun: The Boyz are literally a "band of assassins".
- Too Dumb to Live: Not them, but their fame is so great that they can literally mail their targets free tickets to their shows and, against all their survival instincts, they will show up to be killed.
Played by James Willems
Wilhelm is the leader of the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He was one of the survivors of the Mole's murders.
- Ash Face: His face is perpetually covered in soot, in contrast to his Guyliner-wearing bandmates.
- Berserk Button: Does not take it well when Koko suggests bringing his girlfriend (Yoko Ono) on their tours with them.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: When he isn't wearing his leather jacket, he has a black t-shirt with one sleeve rolled up.
- Manchurian Agent: The Saboteur brainwashed him as a sleeper agent to manufacture his phony orders and programmed to kill Burnardo.
- The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: Wilhelm honestly looks more like he walked straight out of the post-apocalypse than the leader of a German boy band.
- The Leader: Of the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz.
- Odd Friendship: With Badass Grandpa Burnardo.
Played by Adam Kovic
Koko is one of the four representatives of the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He is the group's resident "bad boy", and beloved by the fans. He was one of the survivors of the Mole's murders.
- The Alcoholic: He shows up to their Venice show completely drunk, which is one of the events that lead to him quitting the band.
- All Girls Want Bad Boys: Or at least his fans want him.
- A Day in the Limelight: The episode "Solo in Soho" is an episode completely dedicated his first and only solo show.
- Likes Older Women: Is dating 83-year old Yoko Ono.
- Nice Hat: Wears a red trilby hat.
- Not So Above It All: Breaks down crying in the middle of his first solo show due to him regretting leaving the band.
- That Syncing Feeling: As the other members of the SSB mess with him during his solo show, it becomes increasingly obvious that he's just dancing to a pre-recorded track. Not that the audience cares.
- Odd Friendship: With Professional Slacker Boomerang Geoff.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: Sort of. He is wearing a shirt, but it's made of fishnets and practically transparent.
- Weapon of Choice: Almost exclusively uses a Blow Gun for live assassinations.
Played by Lawrence Sonntag
Lars is one of the four representatives of the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He is the group's choreographer. He sacrifices himself during the final fight, pushing the other Boyz out of the way of the Hammer of Cock's laser, and is disintegrated, making him the 15th and final victim of the mole.
- Big "NO!": Cries out "Nein!" after seeing Christoph fall to his death, completing the scene's reference to Lord of the Rings by portraying Lars as Frodo.
- Clothing Damage: His shirt has a multitude of holes in it.
- Guyliner: Wears eye shadow in the colors of the German flag.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Dies saving the rest of the SSB from the Hammer of Cock.
Played by Bruce Greene
Brüce is one of the four representatives of the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He is the group's main composer and lyricist. He was one of the survivors of the Mole's murders.
- Guyliner: Wears makeup, lipstick and eyeshadow.
- Odd Friendship: With Attention Whore Agent Gibson.
- Parasol of Pain: Kills their target at the Berlin show with a poison-tipped umbrella.
- Waistcoat of Style: Always wears a red and black vest.
- Word Salad Lyrics/Lyrical Shoehorn: A lot of the songs Brüce writes verge into this. And this isn't a translation issue since, according to at least one fan, the songs are apparently just as nonsensical in German as well.
Komitee for State Security
Played by Adam Ellis
Comrade Hadam is the sole representative of the Komitee for State Security, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He was originally a Canadian lumberjack named Gordon who emigrated to Russia. He is killed in Episode 4 after being crushed underneath giant Tetris blocks, making him the sixth victim of the mole.
- Anachronism Stew: Hadam works for the KGB, wears Soviet emblems on his clothes and goes by "Comrade", but also answers to President Vladimir Putin and references current events such as WikiLeaks and Russia's involvement in Syria and Ukraine.
- Apologizes a Lot: Part of the reason he hates being Canadian. Ironically, his last words are a screamed apology to Moose.
- Badass Beard: Naturally since he is an assassin. Also comes with being played by Adam Ellis.
- Bi the Way: In one scene, he's talking about his past relationship with Agent Moose. In a later scene, he's in bed with Gavin the 3rd.
- Canada, Eh?: He's not actually Russian. He's Canadian. He just believes that Canada makes you weak.
- Do Not Call Me "Paul": His real name is Gordon. He tells Agent Moose not to call him that.
- Fatal Flaw: Pride. He's so confident in his ability to defeat Agent Gavin in Tetris that he doesn't inform him of the plan to flush out the mole, while putting himself into a position where he can be killed as well. He pays the price when Gavin cheats and wins.
- Fauxreigner: He's actually Canadian. He moved to Russia because he believes Canada makes you weak.
- Full-Body Disguise: Disguises himself as a tree when meeting with Agent Moose.
- Husky Russkie: Subverted as he's not a real Russian.
- Mighty Lumberjack: Used to be this back when he lived in Canada.
- Mother Russia Makes You Strong: His belief in this is the reason why he left Canada.
- The Nose Knows: Can identify the precise blend of Tim Hortons coffee on a man's breath from a kilometer away. He can also tell from just a whiff of the Saboteur's phony file that the person handling it got a paper cut.
- Trademark Favorite Food: His favorite drink is vodka. His favorite food is more vodka.
Italian Defense Division
Played by Burnie Burns
Burnardo Burnadicci is the sole representative of the Italian Defense Division, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He is killed by Manchurian Agent Wilhelm in the fifth episode, making him the seventh victim of the mole.
- Badass Grandpa: While he'd argue the "grandpa" part, he is one of the older member of the Rooster Corps. He also has over 150 confirmed kills (allegedly), which definitely demands respect.
- Bait-and-Switch: He makes offers that you can't refuse, not because he's threatening you but because it is genuinely a good deal.
- Creepy Monotone: Speaks in a wheezy monotone voice constantly. It never changes, even when his daughter's life is threatened or he is being stabbed to death.
- Doting Parent: Is very doting towards his daughter, to the point where he kills one of his own colleagues just because she wanted to see it.
- Expy: Nearly everything about him from the way he speaks to the quote on his reveal poster screams The Godfather. The biggest difference is that Burnardo is a professional assassin instead of a crime boss.
- Hollywood Mid-Life Crisis: After Agent Gibson calls him old and out-of-style, Burnardo decides to become a more "modern" Italian assassin by dressing like a guido and doing "young guy" things.
- Intergenerational Friendship: He very awkwardly tries to set one up with Wilhelm.
- Man of Wealth and Taste: As a smooth, experienced Italian assassin who styles himself as a mob boss, Burnardo fittingly wears a tuxedo accented with a white silk scarf. Once his mid-life crisis hits, however, he ditches it for a guido tracksuit and gold chains.
- Papa Wolf: Pulls out his gun without hesitation when he sees that Marquee is about to kill his daughter, and shoots him at his daughter's request.
- Red Baron: "The Viper".
- Significant Wardrobe Shift: In Episode 3, Burnardo redresses himself as a more "modern" Italian assassin after being called old and out-of-touch by Agent Gibson.
- The Stoic: Maintains the same expression throughout the entire trailer.
- Totally Radical: A strange example appears in Episode 3 after his Significant Wardrobe Shift; he decides to go outside to "go catch some of them Pokemon", and is seen using a self-balancing hoverboard.
- What the Hell Is That Accent?: As far as the first episode goes, Burnie sounds less Italian and more like he just woke up. It's even more bizarre when his daughter has an American accent.
Asesino Mexicano Espía
- Et Tu, Brute?: Of all the organizations, they seem to be the angriest over Agent Moose killing one of their own.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: They are perhaps the closest of the roosters when it comes down to purely relationships, as they all get along extremely well. Though apparently they've also slept with each other before if their experience with Gavin the 3rd is any indication, so there might be more there than we think.
- Large Ham: They are all extremely fun to be around honestly.
- South of the Border: The team seems to plays up the stereotype. The leader of the group wears a china poblana dress with bandito bandelieros and her teammates are a luchador and a maraca playing drug baron (albeit one based on a Cuban).
- We Hardly Knew Ye: We don't get to know them much before their death in episode 2.
Played by Mariel Salcedo
Madam Mariel is one of the three representatives of Asesino Mexicano Espía, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. She is killed in episode 2 by Marquee Marquis. She is the second victim of the mole.
- The Leader: Of the Asesino Mexicano Espía representatives.
- Not So Above It All: Acts as the most serious and level headed member of the group, but is just as excited about So'Rolla's quincenera as the others.
- Straight Man: Acts as this towards the rest of her group. In all reality though, she is possibly just as hammy as them in a sense.
Played by Gus Sorola
So'Rolla is one of the three representatives of Asesino Mexicano Espía, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He is killed in episode 2 by Marquee Marquis. He is the third victim of the mole.
- A Birthday, Not a Break: His daughter's quincenera is coming up and a killer mole wants him dead. He and the rest of Asesino Mexicano Espía are murdered at the quincenera, while pretending to be mermaids.
- Bi the Way: had a foursome with Gavin the 3rd, Mariel and La Luna Loco.
- Compensating for Something: If the quote above is anything to go by.
- Even Morally Ambiguous Asesinos Have Loved Ones: He has three daughters, the youngest of which is having her quincenera soon. He also seems to have a very close friendship with both of the other representatives of Asesino Mexicano Espia.
- Dies Wide Open: Compared to his fellow representatives, he died with his eyes open.
- Expy: Of Tony Montana.
La Luna Loco
Played by Miles Luna
La Luna Loco is one of the three representatives of Asesino Mexicano Espía, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He is killed in episode 2 by Marquee Marquis. He is the fourth victim of the mole.
- Bi the Way: Had a foursome with Gavin the 3rd, So'Rolla and Mariel.
- Catchphrase: "It's muertos time." They end up being his last words.
- Masked Luchador: A rooster themed one, appropriately.
- Real Men Wear Pink: He's a big buff luchador with a gravely voice and an intimidating catchphrase... who is really excited about being a "beautiful mermaid".
- Tempting Fate: He tells Gavin the 3rd that "nobody wants to die a gag who only gets to utter their cool catchphrase a few times." He ends up doing just that when he's killed at the end of the episode and utters his catchphrase as his last words.
Swedish Security Service
Christoph Weiss/Christoph the White
Played by Chris Demarais
Christoph Weiss is the sole representative of the Swedish Security Service, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. His real identity is former Rooster Teeth employee Chris Demarais. He is shot by The Griffon while trying to protect the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz and falls to his death from a catwalk, making him the eighth victim of the mole.
- Amnesiac Hero: Okay, "Hero" is a stretch, but he does have amnesia. And he really likes bringing it up. Ironically, he becomes more overtly heroic once he regains his memories.
- As Long as It Sounds Foreign: Has a distinctly German name and his accent is closer to a German one than a Swedish one. This is an early hint that he isn't who he thinks he is.
- As You Know: Tries to go on a monologue about having amnesia, but The Big Cock is so sick of hearing him talk about it that he cuts him off.
- Camp Gay: While not as camp as the Germans, he has a three-way with Gavin the 3rd and Lars and earlier, gives Marquis a back massage out of the blue while reassuring him over his upcoming contract.
- Dark and Troubled Past: One that he loves to monologue about. Too bad everyone already knows it and is sick of hearing about it.
- Disney Villain Death: Falls to his death from a catwalk, Gandalf style.
- Fauxreigner: He is actually American. To be exact, he is Chris Demarais.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Agent Gibson outright says he hates him, The Big Cock is fed up with him monologuing about his amnesia and everyone else is disturbed by his creepy nature.
- Fruit of the Loon: Is often seen holding some kind of fruit.
- Heroic Sacrifice: He dies trying to protect the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz from The Griffon.
- Killed Off for Real: After miraculously surviving the previous series, he finally meets his end in Episode 6.
- Or not? The Stinger for the final episode claims that "Chris Demarais will return..." Though it could mean that Chris the actor will return to play another character.
- Knife Nut: His weapon of choice.
- Lecherous Licking: Christoph just cannot keep his tongue in his mouth, to the disgust of everyone else. Even he doesn't know why he does it.
- Light Is Not Good: Wears all white and has especially light hair, but is one of the creepiest spies in the group.
- Meaningful Name: Christoph is an albino whose signature color is white and Weiss is German for white* . His name also foreshadows his true identity as The Lord of the Rings-fanboy Chris Demarais, as it echoes Gandalf's return as Gandalf the White.
- Morally Ambiguous Albino: The Big Cock calls him one in the first episode and he has most of the stereotypical traits associated with albinos in fiction (platinum blonde hair, an obsession with the color white). He's also a Knife Nut assassin. Subverted, since he's really Chris Demarais and not a real albino.
- Not the Fall That Kills You: Falls off a catwalk after being shot by The Griffon, recreating Gandalf's fall from the Bridge of Khazad-Dum, catching up to his knife as Gandalf did his wand with music swelling... then hits the stage.
- He shares some ties with Gandalf; to specify, both characters died and came back dressed in white. Christoph is actually Chris from Ten Little Roosters. Additionally, his death is made as a perfect reference to Gandalf's death.
- His surname Weiss could bring another famous Rooster Teeth character to mind. Given his true identity, that's probably why he has that name.
- Stealth Expert: His specialty. Most notably, he is the only assassin who uses a close range weapon.
- The Snack Is More Interesting: Casually licks an apple as The Big Cock is telling everyone that someone in the room is a traitor.
- Visual Pun: When The Big Cock put his hand on Christoph's shoulder, he tried to lick it.
- You Shall Not Pass!: Does a LOTR-style example of this against The Griffon to defend the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz.
Central Intelligence Agency
- A House Divided: Particularly notable in this case because they're the only agency that causes its own death.
- The Men in Black: All the regular, non-Rooster Corps agents wear monochrome black suits and Ray Bans.
- Spy Catsuit: Both CIA agents wear one. Gibson's in particular is so skintight that the leather constantly squeaks and creaks whenever he moves.
Played by Ashley Jenkins
Agent Jinx is one of the two representatives of the Central Intelligence Agency, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. She is killed along with Agents Gibson and Knuckle by the CIA's own bomb, making her the tenth victim of the mole.
- Bi the Way: Got in bed with Agent Knuckle and Gavin the 3rd.
- Ms. Fanservice: Defied and deconstructed, as she hates the attention and cat-calling she gets in the office as well as her intentionally tight-fitting outfit.
- Only Sane Employee: The only character in the trailer not given some kind of quirk, and comes off as the only sane person in the entirety of the Rooster Corps.
- Reluctant Fanservice Girl: As opposed to Gibson, she's not a fan of the CIA's focus on sex appeal.
- The Straight Man: Of the two CIA agents, her head is screwed on more straight.
Played by Blaine Gibson
Agent Gibson is one of the two representatives of the Central Intelligence Agency, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He is killed along with Agents Jinx and Knuckle by the CIA's own bomb, making him the eleventh victim of the mole.
- Ambiguously Gay: He was very upset when the male employees who ogled Jinx ignored him. He also has a Freak Out! when even Gavin doesn't want to bang him. It's more to do with ego then attraction but he still gets a tad... intense about it.
- Attention Whore: Screams at Jinx in the trailer for always getting everyone's attention.
- Berserk Button: Does not like it when the Canadians bring up the War of 1812.
- Big "NO!": Lets one out in the trailer.
- Fatal Flaw: Envy. His neediness and jealousy of Agent Jinx's sex appeal cause him to abandon his mission when the opportunity to have a "sexy fight" like her arises, to the detriment everyone involved.
- Freak Out!: Has a very hammy meltdown in Episode 6 when Gavin doesn't want to bang him, considering he's slept with almost everyone else in the Rooster Corps.
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: Acts like an image obsessed Jerkass because he has self-esteem issues and craves the same attention that Agent Jinx gets from their CIA colleagues.
- It's All About Me: He's very proud of his sex appeal and when other agents don't pay attention to him, he snaps.
- Jerkass: One of the bigger ones in Rooster Corps.
- Mr. Fanservice: He believes that the most important trait a person can have is sex appeal, and it shows. In the fourth episode he outright says that he wants to be objectified.
- Shameless Fanservice Guy: While Jinx hates being sexualized and objectified, Gibson actually longs for it but hates that no one will give him any attention (the fact that everyone in the workplace is a man doesn't help).
- Sleeps with Everyone but You: He's very distraught that he is the only assassin that Gavin the 3rd hasn't banged.
Played By Barbara Dunkelman
Agent Moose is the former sole representative of the Canadian Assassins League, however, upon her accidental murder of Jack the Red, she is demoted and replaced by Agent Knuckle. She is the main protagonist of the series. After the mole is defeated, she rebuilds the Rooster Corps into the Ministry of Moose, with herself as the head.
- Action Girl: She is one of several female spies from the group of 18.
- Affably Evil: She's one of the most morally superior spies in the group. She apologizes to everyone she kills, calls people out on their wrongdoings and faulty logic, and talks to Captain Gruber (or at least, who she thinks is Captain Gruber) in a formal manner like a flight stewardess as she's preparing to assassinate him.
- Apologetic Attacker/Apologizes a Lot: As she is Canadian (alongside her actress), she apologizes to each person she kills, and even goes as far as to wrap her grenades with paper that has "Sorry" written on it.
- Badass Back: In the premiere, she shoots who she thinks is Captain Gruber with her back turned, only for her to realize it's Jack the Red.
- Blue Oni: To Knuckle's red oni.
- Bond One-Liner: Says "Sorry, not fucking sorry!" after killing the Colonel.
- Canada, Eh?: Embodies all of Canada's National Stereotypes to the absolute max for Rule of Funny; a Canadian animal (moose) is in her agent name, she has "Eh?" as an occasional Verbal Tic, she Apologizes a Lot as she's killing people, and she even has a prominent accent that comes out when she says words like "sorry". Her utilization of national stereotypes even tricks the Colonel into taking advantage of her hospitality, which is how she gains the upper hand and kills him.
- Establishing Character Moment: The opening scene of the series, doubling as her first scene, introduces both her personality quirks and exceptional skill as a marksman and combatant.
- Everyone Has Standards: She gets shocked when Agent Knuckle calls Agent Gibson a "big fuckin' American hoser".Moose: You talk to your Montrealer mother with that mouth?
- Fingerless Gloves: Wears black gloves that lack cloth over the top halves of her fingers.
- Gosh Dang It to Heck!: She doesn't take a liking to swearing, using words such as "darn" to express frustration and being shocked when other people swear in her vicinity. However, she does swear once after killing the Colonel in the finale.
- Guns Akimbo: When we first see her, she's dual-wielding two guns.
- Improbable Aiming Skills: When we see her go head-on into a group of soldiers, she downs each of them with one bullet before slitting one's throat with her hat.
- Late to the Tragedy: At the end of Episode 5, Moose arrives at Burnardo's house right after he is stabbed to death.
- Nice Hat: Dons one that that has a razor-sharp edge.
- Oh, Crap!: Her reaction once she realizes that instead of shooting Captain Gruber, she accidentally shot Jack the Red."Oooooohh nooooo..."
- Only Sane Woman: Is this when compared to Knuckle, and arguably among all the spies.
- Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Seems to regularly alternate between speaking with a ridiculously exaggerated Canadian accent and speaking like a normal human being.
- Punny Name: When you put the names of the two Canadian spies together, you get the phrase "moose knuckle", which is both a Canadian outerwear brand and slang for the male equivalent of cameltoe.
- Straight Man: Is this for Knuckle; while Knuckle has a boisterous and humorous personality, Moose is the more sane member of the pair.
- Surrounded by Idiots: Gives off this vibe when reprimanding the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz for commencing their tour despite everything that's happening.Agent Moose: We're all gonna die.
- Unflinching Walk: Does one of these after the grenade she has rolled towards a group of unknowing soldiers detonates.
- Unwitting Pawn: Her entire assignment to catch the mole was just a ploy by The Colonel and Mavin to lure Ryan out of hiding so they could kill him, since he was the only person who could've exposed their plans.
- Verbal Tic: As per usual for one of her Canadian stereotypes, she sometimes suffixes her sentences with "Eh?".
- Weaponized Headgear: Her hat turns out to have a razor-sharp edge; in the premiere, she takes it off and throws it at a soldier, slitting his throat. It ends up coming back in the finale, when she uses it to kill the Colonel.
- What the Hell, Hero?:
- Calls Knuckle out after she swears at Agent Gibson.
- Calls Marquis out for him stating that he only kills women and children because he believes children are exceptionally cruel and grow up to become women.
- And calls the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz out for still touring publicly while the Saboteur is still at large and The Griffon is hunting them personally.
The Big Cock
Played by Matt Hullum
The Big Cock is the leading boss of the Rooster Corps. He is tricked into shooting himself by The Colonel, making him the twelfth victim of the mole.
- Double Entendre: His dialogue is often rife with certain lines that have Freudian/sexual connotations in relation to his name."The Big Cock never does just the tip. He has to go...all in."
- Eyepatch of Power: He has one over his left eye, which he lifts in the trailer to reveal that the eye appears to be perfectly fine. In the series premiere, a humorous scene unfolds with him and the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz where his eyepatch changes place, duplicates, and disappears from his face entirely. Given The Colonel's complaints about his "stupid theme" after tricking him into shooting himself, it seems he might just be a fan of Big Boss.
- Hypocritical Humor: In Episode 5, he denounces Moose and Knuckle's claim that one of the Germans is the saboteur as stereotypical...right before asking if they want maple syrup.
- The Leader: Of the Rooster Corps as a whole.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He packs up his things to leave in the penultimate episode. Unfortunately, The Colonel kills him before he can do so.
- Shout-Out: His quote, together with his eyepatch, is a reference to Big Boss.
- Unfortunate Names: When he's first introduced in the premiere, he reminds the spies that his name means "Large Rooster" and not...you know.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He threatened the world with a superweapon, but only because he wanted to stop the conflict between assassins from around the world.
The Colonel/Colonel Cockface
Played by Josh Flanagan
The Colonel is The Big Cock's right hand man, and one of the members of the Rooster Corps organization. He is the person who employs Agent Moose after she is demoted in order to find the mole within the Rooster Corps' ranks. He is actually working with the Saboteur to take control of the Rooster Corps. He is killed during the final fight when Agent Moose slashes his throat, making him the 16th victim of the murders.
- Disproportionate Retribution: He betrays the Rooster Corps because The Big Cock made him shave his beard into the shape of roosters.
- Good Old Fisticuffs: Bare-knuckle boxes with Agent Moose in the finale, complete with removing his shirt beforehand. According to Josh, he added this in at the last minute because he thought his new facial hair made him look like an old-timey boxer.
- Narrator: Acts as this for the trailer.
- Number Two: To The Big Cock. Actually to the Saboteur.
- Perma-Stubble: Sort of. The facial hair around his chin is all stubble, but there's still grown hair on both sides of his face trimmed into the shape of a rooster's head. The loss of his majestic beard was the tipping point in getting him to turn against The Big Cock.
- The Starscream: Kills The Big Cock after he hands over control of the Rooster Corps.
- Stealth Pun: The whole of his identity is one to Colonel Sanders.
- Unfortunate Names: His full name is Colonel Cockface. And Josh has confirmed via twitter that it's not just part of The Big Cock's silly rooster theme; that's his real name.
- Uriah Gambit: Personally sends Agent Knuckle to her death with false mission orders, at the behest of The Saboteur.
- Weird Beard: It's in the shape of two roosters with their faces pointed toward his chin, complete with red markings for the crest and wattle. Its weirdness, and how he had to shave his previously majestic, far larger beard led to him betraying the Rooster Corps and leading to The Big Cock's death.
Played by Michael Jones
Operator Mikey is Gavin the 3rd's operator and close friend. He is actually Gavin the 3rd's second personality. He was technically killed along with Gavin by the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz's harmonized singing, making him the 18th victim and final of the murders.
- Ax-Crazy: Moreso than Gavin the 3rd, being that he's constantly yelling insults and threats at Gavin and when we see him in action, he's pretty violent. As he's actually just a split personality within Gavin's head, he's likely either the cause or the result of Gavin's own Ax-Crazy psychosis.
- Foreshadowing: His poster tagline, his workroom lacking an obvious exit, his lack of interaction with other characters, and the fact that Annersby never mentions him in Gavin's review are all hints that he is imaginary.
- Hacker Cave: Communicates to Gavin from a claustrophobically tiny room with maps and post-it notes covering the walls. It also lacks any sort of door, because it is really a visual representation of the inside of Gavin's head.
- Large Ham: Well, he is Michael.
- Mission Control Is Off Its Meds: Apparently spends more time shouting at and insulting Gavin than giving him meaningful instructions. Subverted as he's not actually real; its Gavin who is evidently off his meds.
- No Indoor Voice: If the trailer and his reveal image says anything about it.
- Quintessential British Gentleman: Averted.
- Ship Tease: Whenever he's not shouting at Gavin he's quite chummy, he gets very emotional when they have sex, and he even uses the Portmanteau Couple Name 'Mavin' to describe the two together but only after The Reveal that he's actually just a voice in Gavin's head.
- Sir Swears-a-Lot: Much like his actor, he has quite the potty mouth.
- The Reveal: Mikey isn't real; Gavin's communicator has been broken and Mikey is just a split personality within his head, encouraging him to violence.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Gavin the 3rd.
- Voice with an Internet Connection: Provides Gavin with mission intel and advice from over his earpiece. Except the earpiece doesn't work and Mikey is really an alternate personality in Gavin's head.
- Your Head A-Splode: Due to being Gavin the Third's second personality, he shared this fate with him.
Played by Zach Anner
Annersby is the chief gadgeteer of the Rooster Corps, and is the one in charge of deciding who does and doesn't become representatives of their respective agencies.
- Ambiguously Gay: Seems to be attracted to Gavin the 3rd. Drops the ambiguous part in Episode 3.
- Big "NO!": Does one of these in the finale when Gavin (actually Mavin) approaches him. It cuts to black, and we are left to assume the worst...only for Agent Moose to run in, revealing that Annersby was perfectly fine and he was only uncomfortable with his personal space being invaded.
- Bungling Inventor: All of his inventions work as designed, but the way some of them are designed, such as the Phone Guns, the Rooster Wire and his "half-strength cyanide pill", raises a lot of questions. His only creation which is indisputably useful, the enlarging ray, was a total accident: he was trying to make a shrink ray and got it backwards.
- Ditzy Genius: He's good at building gadgets, but the gadgets he comes up with are odd, to say the least.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Builds gadgets for both the MI-6 and the Rooster Corps.
- Handicapped Badass: He's played by Zach who has cerebral palsy and is in charge of making gadgets for Rooster Corps.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: His phones disguised as guns are what allow The Colonel to trick The Big Cock into shooting himself. He also acted as an enabler for Gavin and allowed him back into the Rooster Corps, even when it was clear that he was a callous sociopath at best and a homicidal schizophrenic at worst.
Played by Ryan Haywood
The sole survivor of the dinner party massacre. He is now working as a consultant for finding saboteurs.
- As Himself
- Catchphrase: Always starts off a Haywood File with "Haywood, here."
- Continuity Cameo: Part of the reason for his involvement is showing that this series is a Sequel Series to Ten Little Roosters.
- Demoted to Extra: In TLR he was one of the main participants and received a lot of focus in the narrative. Now he's mostly a support character helping Agent Moose (and the audience) from the background and only irregularly makes an on-screen appearance. He even notes that he wasn't as involved as he thought he'd be in the finale, deciding he's probably better off just becoming a rancher or something.
- No Badge? No Problem!: Technically, the others don't have "badges" as assassins, but he's just a consultant helping to find the Saboteur.
- Batman Gambit: Set one to eliminate two agencies simultaneously. Mavin deliberately withheld sleeping with Agent Gibson to send his Inferiority Superiority Complex into overdrive, then, with The Colonel's help, sent Agent Knuckle to sabotage their mission to destroy the superweapon. When Knuckle inevitably gets into conflict with Jinx over this and they start fighting, Gibson only sees it as a "sexy cat fight" and races to join in, completely forgetting about their mission. All three get so busy fighting that they get distracted from the bomb they just set, killing all of them.
- Big Bad: The driving villain behind the series.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: With The Colonel.
- Breaking the Fourth Wall: Not only does the Saboteur create fake assassin files, but also fake Haywood files.
- Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: The Murderer in Ten Little Roosters preferred to get down and dirty with their killings, using weapons and setting traps. The Saboteur takes a more subtle approach, manipulating the agents against each other.
- Gambit Roulette: For all The Saboteur's preparations and scheming, some of their kills required a lot of coincidence and luck to happen in their favor. And it's doubtful that they planned on being abducted by Hadam to participate in the Tetris death game.
- In the Hood: Wears a black hoodie while spying on the other Roosters. Subverted. The person in the hoodie isn't them.
- Manipulative Bastard: Prefers to use misdirection to pit the other agencies against each other, rather than getting their own hands dirty.
- The Mole: Is one of the agents of the Rooster Corps, working to murder and subvert the rest of the Corps for their own personal gain.
- Non-Action Big Bad: Is content with tricking and manipulating the other Roosters into doing their killings for them, barely ever lifting a finger or leaving their bedroom.
- Villainous Breakdown: Goes through one in the final battle when the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz use their dance moves to dodge all the Hammer of Cock's laser strikes, then retaliate with their perfectly harmonized singing.
- Death of a Thousand Cuts: Gets repeatedly stabbed by every Sex Von Shaukel Boy all at once.
- Flat Character: Due to the nature and role of the mini-series, they don't really have a personality.
- The Hero Dies: Is killed in the final episode of the mini-series due to a hit being put on them by their "best friend" Jon.
- Heroic Mime: Doesn't talk once throughout the mini-series.
Played by Jon RisingerThe secondary main character of the "Eleven Little Roosters 360" mini-series, and secret minor antagonist. He acts as the best friend of the main character.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He is directly responsible for the main character's death at the end of the 360 series by putting a hit on him. Due to this, they're killed in England by the Sex Von Shaukel Boyz, as Jon continues to enjoy the concert, saying that they should have given him the VIP spot.
- Bystander Syndrome: Just sits by and enjoys the concert as the Boyz casually kill off audience members. In fact, he even sort of sees the deaths as a plus to going to the concerts.
- Disproportionate Retribution: His best friend got the special VIP position instead of him, so he puts a hit on them, directly being responsible for their death at the hands of their favorite boy band.
- Evil Gloating: The last thing the main character sees is Jon gloating about how he put a hit on them.
- Evil Is Petty: Puts a hit on his best friend simply because they didn't give him the VIP position in the third 360 video.
- Karma Houdini: Gets away with putting a hit on his "best friend", thus causing their death.
- Walking Spoiler: Due to the events of the final 360 video.
Played by Derrick AcostaMarquee Marquis' assigned hit in episode 2. He is spared by Marquis, as killing him would have gone against his strict moral code.
- Gender-Blender Name: The reason Marquis even took the contract was because he saw Kelly's name and assumed it was for a woman.
- Good Shepherd: He's a priest and within short order, Kelly is seen adopting a puppy from a shelter, starting a charity, donating to another charity and donating an organ to EMS for transplant. This guy is a saint.
- Nice Guy: To an almost absurd degree.
Played by Shannon McCormickVladimir Putin, the President of the Russian Federation and Comrade Hadam's boss. He persuades Hadam to challenge another agency to Russia's "National Game" as a show of strength.
- Benevolent Boss: Acts as an inspiring, almost fatherly figure to Comrade Hadam, and lets Hadam call him Vlad.
- Evil Laugh: Shares one with Hadam when they plan to challenge another assassin to Russia's "national game".
- Her Codename Was Mary Sue: Tells Hadam a little story about a bear that was picked on in school because his pants didn't fit well, until the bear became the strongest and most feared bear of all by bulking up and learning judo. When Hadam asks what the bear's name was, Vlad insists that it's not important.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: C'mon, it's Putin.
Played by Annabelle JonesThe little girl who killed Marquee Marquis' father or so he thought. The daughter of Burnardo Burnadicci.
- Daddy's Girl: Seems to be one to Burnardo.
- Enfante Terrible: Killing Marquis' father firmly convinced him of this. Then subverted when it turned out she was merely the daughter of the real killer. Then double subverted when she immediately tells her father to kill Marquis because it would be cool.
- Kids Are Cruel: The reason Marquis has this philosophy.
- Never Grew Up: She remains a little girl in the present day, even though ten years have passed since Marquis' father's death.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Doesn't appear again after her involvement in Marquis' death. Even when her own father is killed, there is no mention made of her.
Played by Joel HeymanThe father of Marquee Marquis and an assassin. He was shot and killed by Burnardo Burnadicci, although Marquee blamed Margaret.
- Dead-Hand Shot: Along with a mix of ice cream and blood in a flashback
- Doting Parent: Despite his short screentime, he is shown to have taken Marquee out on Take Your Kid to Work Day and Marquee is seen with a badge reading 'I Love my Assassin Dad'.
- Flat Character: Having only appeared in flashbacks, nothing is known about Joel or his personality
- Repetitive Name: A trait he shared with his son
- Trademark Favorite Food: Seen with an ice cream cone in all of his appearances.
Played by Hideo KojimaFamed Japanese video game developer Hideo Kojima, who is also an assassin. Is one of the members of the Ministry of Moose.
- Actor Allusion: The Stinger has him talking with his affiliate in a similar manner to the codec conversations from Metal Gear, a franchise he created and led before he left Konami.
- As Himself: According to the credits, he really is Hideo Kojima.
- Beethoven Was an Alien Spy: Who'd have thought Hideo Kojima was secretly an assassin all along?
- The Mole: Based on The Stinger, he infiltrated the Ministry of Moose at the behest of another party to initiate the "Twelve Little Roosters" program.