These are the characters that appear in The-Hetalia-RP roleplay series.
England - Arthur Kirkland
A snarky, eccentric young man with a very hot and cold personality, England is a wizard who starts out as very bad with his magic. After receiving a magical pendant however, Arthur becomes much more capable and powerful, though this gift comes with consequences. Due to his rather impulsive nature with magic, the Briton must learn how to control both his powers and temperament, as when paired, the two often lead to great disaster.
A main component of the storyline revolves around the antics caused by his powers, directly or indirectly, and the Character Development which ensues.
Tropes that apply to England:
- Amazing Freaking Grace: As per his ringtone in the manga, this is also used for the roleplay.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: To Scotland and Ireland.
- Aww Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Has a few of these moments with Prussia and France.
- Berserk Button: Screwing around with any of his friends is bound to land you a nice punch in the face.
- As will making jokes about his height.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: The king of them. In fact, Prussia's nickname for England is "Eyebrows" in the RP.
- He apparently grew them out to appear older. Of course the side effect of this is being copiously made fun of, it seems as though he would rather that than be treated like a teenager still.
- Black Magic: His specialty, while he can use both Black and White, he appears to prefer the former.
- The British Empire: In his past.
- British Stuffiness: Subverted, while he can act rather stuffy and snobbish at times, due to his Hair-Trigger Temper, foul mouth, and stranger beliefs, he manages to balance out his quirks and attitude. In the beginning of the roleplay, he started out much more like this though.
- Cassandra Truth: England can see magical creatures and use magic, but it takes quite the plenty of incidents before anyone actually starts to BELIEVE in magic.
- Cain and Abel: The Cain to Scotland's Abel.
- America is apparently still half-convinced England is just an alien. England is not pleased by this.
- Cloak & Dagger: The best spy of the bunch.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Played with - while initially comig off as the Only Sane Man, upon further analysis it is revealed that not only is he Not So Above It All, but even so far down that he is very often the cause of it all.
- Cluster F-Bomb: Swears like a sailor, fittingly.
- Cool Loser: Despite being a very wealthy and prominent nation in the world, England prefers a "loner" status with the rest of the world, and aims for this sort of reputation instead.
- Cool Sword: During the incident with the Entropy, Arthur gains one that is compatible with his pendant.
- Consummate Liar: A very convincing liar, as he usually goes towards truth twisting tactics.
- Covert Pervert: Despite being a self-declared gentleman, is the most sexually active character in the roleplay with a good share of kinks.
- Cuteness Proximity: With his fairies and other magical friends.
- This also very much extends to young children, and is his main reason for wanting to have one.
- Deadpan Snarker: So very much.
- Defrosting Ice Queen: Starts out as a very cold and rigidly polite sort of character, however over the year or so he's melted into a much more personable fellow. May even count as a Sugar-and-Ice Personality, as with his friends he has become very quirky and eccentric, however around newcomers or people he simply doesn't like, he throws himself back into the deep-freeze.
- Gentleman Snarker: Tries for it.
- Five-Man Band: The Hero
- He's Got Legs: Definitely so. The only reason he likes to wear shorts when it's warm enough.
- Hidden Depths
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: When he's not being tsundere, is generally being this.
- Morality Pet: America. Tends to get much bitchier and downright mean when not with him for long amounts of time.
- Nightmare Fetishist: Has a strong attachement to darker things, to the point of freaking people out sometimes.
- Sugar-and-Ice Personality: Has defrosted somewhat from his outright tsundere beginnings, into this with his friends.
- Tsundere: Starts as a type A. begins to defrost into not quite a type B yet, but more in between. Easily snaps back into it around people he is uncomfortable around though.
- The Unfavorite: Amongst his brothers.
- When He Smiles: While he is prone to smirking and grinning often enough, his true, genuine smile is a much more rare, pretty sight to see.
Prussia - Gilbert Beilschmidt
The loud, egocentric lancer to England, Prussia seems to be too full of himself to do anything useful. However, despite his non-nation standing, Prussia is definitely more than capable of holding his own.
While Prussia's story seems a bit more ordinary (maybe) than the rest, it's far from being dull.
Much of Prussia's development involves overcoming his cocky attitude, as well as opening his heart a little to his friends and girlfriend eventually.
Tropes the apply to Prussia:
- Action Survivor: In the beginning. Takes a more proactive role in later installments.
- Attention Whore: "Her thoughts should be on me, 100% of the time, NO EXCEPTIONS! In fact, everyone's really should be, I don't care how selfish it sounds."
- Badass Normal: Considering the situations he's been thrown into, it's pretty impressive he's come out nearly unscathed.
- Basement-Dweller: Before he moved in with Seychelles, he had a room in Germany's basement.
- Beneath the Mask: Acts like an arrogant jerk 90% of the time, but can occasionally slip into a kinder, more stoic persona under the right amount of pressure.
- Big Brother Mentor: Was one to the Holy Roman Empire.
- As well as England, when England was a little boy living with Saxony.
- And America, during the American Revolution.
- As well as England, when England was a little boy living with Saxony.
- Blood Knight: As a part of the Teutonic Knights.
- Five-Man Band: The Lancer
- Narcissist: His dream fantasy is to have sex with himself.
- They Really Do Love Each Other: With England on occasion.
America - Alfred F. Jones
Tropes that apply to America:
- Adorkable: So, so much.
- America Saves the Day: He likes to.
- Attention Whore: Maybe not as bad as Prussia, but still pretty bad.
- Berserk Button: Calling America fat is a surefire way to get yourself punched in the face.
- As is hitting on England. Or injuring him for that matter.
- Big Eater: The king of big eating, unhealthily at that. He never gets fat though, despite how his friends may occaisionally tease him about it.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: He HAS to be the hero.
- Cluster F-Bomb: Not as bad as England's, but he definitely has a potty mouth.
- Five-Man Band: The Big Guy
- Idiot Hair: And it represents Nantucket!
- Large Ham: America is extremely energetic and loud, being a bit of an attention whore.
- Manchild: Very idealistic, and has a lot of childish interests. And he doesn't exactly have the most refined sense of humor for that matter.
- Screams Like a Little Girl
- Totally Radical: Sometimes he verges into this territory.
Japan - Kiku Honda
Tropes that apply to Japan:
Seychelles - Michelle Bonnefoy
Tropes that apply to Seychelles: