Characters from universes starting with a number 0-9, or the letters A, B, C, D, E, or F.
5 Nights At Freddy'sThis is outdated according to the actual lore of the franchise
- A God Am I: Aura takes her role as goddess of The World a bit more seriously than she perhaps should, ever since Saraswati made the whole situation sound much more dire than it actually is during her introduction to the Loops.
- A God I Am Not: Later, Aura has acknowledged from the moment that she first interacted with her local Admin that she is nothing special in comparison, and uses her title solely as a reason why she needs to work as hard as she does to keep things running smoothly in her particular branch.
- Hidden in Plain Sight: She has never gone out of her way to hide the fact that she's the Anchor, not does she particularly care whether or not that fact is figured out. Everybody else just keeps over looking her despite the fact that she's the obvious choice.
- Lost in a Crowd: The reason that nobody has figured out that she's the Anchor is because there are so many people playing the game and they all focus on them as possible candidates.
- Not-So-Imaginary Friend: Turns Harvey the bunny rabbit into this after Tsukasa plays the act out in front of her, much to the befuddlement of the other Looper.
- Playful Hacker: While her status as the goddess of The World means that anything she does isn't quite hacking, there are still Loops where she ends up having to deal with computers without that particular capacity, and she manages to bend their programming to her will just as easily as she could with the benefits of being the goddess. A notable instance is when she Loops into Sword Art Online and modifies the Death Game programming to simply put the ones who die into the same coma that the Eight Phases do whenever they Data Drain somebody.
- Squishy Wizard: Despite her status as goddess of The World making her possibly one of the most powerful AI Loopers in the multiverse, she is absolutely hopeless outside of a computerized setting, to the point where calling her one of the weaker Loopers in that regard wouldn't be exaggerating things too terribly much.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: He is looping, after all. Of course, as in baseline, compared to other lawyers in his branch, Phoenix is downright normal!
- Butt-Monkey: Looping hasn't changed this much. Phone Guy suing Phoenix pretty much cements that Yggdrasil has a love/hate relationship with Phoenix.
- Henshin Hero: An early Fused Loop with Hidari Shotaro and Philip turned Phoenix into the first Looper outside of the Kamen Rider branch to be a full-time Rider, specifically Kamen Rider Eternal.
- Damsel out of Distress: One of her earlier Loops had her defeating the One-Woman Army sent to kidnap her and kill her mother.
- Locked Out of the Loop: Downplayed. Her father, Asura, doesn't immediately tell her exactly why he refuses to fight Yasha after they start Looping.
- Not So Stoic: When she sees Chakravartin in his Golden Spider form after sneaking past most of the demigods, she mentally swears.
- The Power of Creation: After a Loop where she used a seal designed by Naruto to steal Chakravartin's powers, she was apparently capable of, like him, creating Gohma.
- Took a Level in Badass: She was able to kill the Gohma Core by herself. This is something that took both her father, Asura, and her uncle, Yasha, working together to achieve in the original game.
Attack on TitanDue to the Crash, the Admins were incapable of establishing a good read on who would survive until the end of the Loops and also had to deal with numerous bugs plaguing the universe. As such, the Admins initiated a system known as Nebulous Anchoring, where multiple Anchor candidates were established as Co-Anchors: Armin Arlert, Eren Yeager and Mikasa Ackerman. Once the loop is fully expanded and the bugs hammered out, a permanent Anchor will be set.
- Berserk Button: As in canon. Harm one, and the other two will kill you, even if it's in the next loop.
- Freudian Trio: Much like in canon, Eren is The McCoy, Armin is The Kirk, and Mikasa is The Spock.
- No Death Run: An odd example compared to other loops. Due to how they share Anchorship, if one of them dies, the loop crashes.
- Sanity Slippage: All three of them are slowly succumbing to Sakura Syndrome. Carla Yeager was activated specifically to deter this.
- Took a Level in Badass: The loop includes a Kaiju-Zombie war. To merely survive it consistently, the trio had to run through three fused loops to gain super powers.
- True Companions: All three Refer to themselves as such, due to their Co-Anchor status and history together. They picked up the "nakama" term from the One Piece loops.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: Managed to knock down Naruto, a member of the Original Seven. How? By weaponizing Tsundere.
- Dual Wielding: Her first Fused loop was One Piece, and Mikasa naturally replaced the most badass character around: Roronoa Zoro. As such, she retained his signature discipline of Santoryu, and remains proficient in it.
- Me's a Crowd: An in-universe Ur-Example of the Mikasa Glitch, when she ended up duplicating herself forty nine times. Then she took over the government.
- Off with Her Head!: A particularly disquieting example. When Annie killed Eren in an early loop, Mikasa tracked her down and killed her next iteration.
- Ship Sinking: Did try to be with Jean romantically, but couldn't handle his obsessiveness and jealousy. Has avoided pursuing him romantically since.
- The Spock: Stoic and silent, but she has her moments.
- The Chessmaster: Having replaced Lelouch and Usopp in his formative loops, and with his own strategist tendencies, does become this time to time, notably having a hand in over throwing the government, and starting several cults centered around Eren.
- Friendly Sniper: During his first fused loop in One Piece, he replaced Usopp and became proficient as a long range and extreme long range sniper, but due to the nature of Titan combat, rarely if ever uses these skills.
- Has Two Mommies: Loops, several times, into variants where he's raised by Historia and Ymir, on account of his actual parents being dead, and him looking quite a bit like Historia.
- Hypnotic Eyes: His second fused loop netted him Lelouch's Geass Eye. He has shown no compunctions to using it.
- The Kirk: Acts as intermediary between Eren and Mikasa, and as the leading strategist.
- Laser Blade: A Jedi-in-training, with some minor abilities in the Force and light saber wielding.
- Rage Against the Heavens: Admin-version. He's not happy to have replaced Usopp, and pesters Ganesha to let him replace Sanji.
- Combat Medic: His first loop had him replace Tony Tony Chopper, though he remains incapable of using Chopper's transformations well. Considers himself just good with his skills. Manages to keep his mother alive for sometime, but can't save her.
- Determinator: Subverted in typical Attack on Titan fashion. He spent an entire loop preparing to save his mothers life after dozens of loops where he failed, but still couldn't do it.
- Frontier Doctor: Fits the broad archetype of a doctor who works without the usual supplies of a classical doctor, and is the best for miles.
- The McCoy: Emotional and impulsive, though also very prone to violent rampages and bouts of psychosis. These have mostly mellowed out over the loops, thankfully.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Jean when he started looping.
- X-Ray Vision: Has a Byakugan courtesy of a Naruto fused. Typically relied upon for medical purposes.
- You Wouldn't Like Me When I'm Angry: His third fused loop landed him in the shoes of Bruce Banner. Let that sink in...
- Badass Normal: All Sokka needs is his boomerang and his space sword, and he can take on everything his home Loop will throw at him.
- I Need a Freaking Drink: When he learns Toph has been replaced by a bright orange pony, he immediately starts thinking about alcohol.
- Some Nutty Publicity Stunt: His usual way of dismissing loopers doing something that should not be possible in the Avatarverse or just flat out odd beings to their verse (i.e. when Applejack looped in as Toph) is to claim it's part of an Ember Island Play rehearsal. No matter how crazy it may seem to the non-loopers, it always works.
- Berserk Button: The only time she's ever shown genuine rage is when Twilight Sparkle was convinced that she was incapable of feeling emotions such as love or loyalty.
- The Comically Serious:Twilight Sparkle: "A rotary cannon. The Hunter is dueling Nightmare Moon with a rotary cannon. Why am I not surprised?"
Doll: "A combination of the loops and my own universes influence, I presume."
Twilight: "Do you know what the word rhetorical means?"
Doll: "I do, I simply choose to ignore it."
- Did You Think I Can't Feel?: Her reaction to Twilight Sparkle assuming that someone like her is incapable of feeling love or loyalty, or just emotions in general.
- Dissonant Serenity: Pretty much her default state - even if she's convinced that she's about to die or butchering her enemies, she'll probably just nod and acknowledge it.
- Being the Anchor for Yharnam is at least part of the cause.
- Lack of Empathy: She's not incapable of empathy or caring for others, but she's got a lot of trouble with it. This is because spending time with the Hunter introduced new emotions that she previously didn't have, so she's unused to it.
- Took a Level in Badass: After several Loops of just watching the Hunter fight, she decides to join the Hunt herself.
- Undying Loyalty: To any Hunter that passes through the Dream, whether native or a visitor.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Has been known to have loops where he is open about being the son of Satan from the get go. Results vary.
- Fanboy: Of Might Guy. He generally likes him and has spent loops emulating him for more reason than just wanting to troll people
- Fighting Your Friend: Ended up fighting Shiemi due to Kyubey's manipulation.
A jaded, cynical ten-year-old stuck at the rundown Camp Campbell. Forever.
- Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Deep down, he honestly does care about his fellow campers and counselors. Nikki and Neil's initial Awakenings were the happiest he'd been since he started looping, he hugged David when the latter became a looper, and comforted Gwen after she had a near-breakdown over the situation.
- Everyone Has Standards:
- He was genuinely not looking forward to telling David that his childhood friend Jasper was actually dead.
- He refused to rag on Gwen for dating a fish monster because it was "too easy".
- Subverted in one instance. He seemed genuinely disgusted when Gwen tried to solicit a way to keep Graggle's curse going beyond the True Love's Kiss, but it was just an act.
- Ship Tease: It's implied he has a crush on Nikki, judging by some comments from Gwen.
- Enfant Terrible: Has managed to murder his parents and take over Britannia at the age of 7, multiple times.
- Gender Bender: Due to a glitch, anytime a new looper awakens in a loop, he often spends it female.
- Large Ham: Got him in trouble during a loop where being a large ham caused ham to form around you. He was introduced being almost crushed by a huge slab of ham.
- "No. Just... No" Reaction: His reaction to a loop where Euphemia was engaged to marry Schneizel.
- Oh, Crap!: His view on a loop where Milly Ashford replaced Haruhi.
- Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: His reaction to a loop where all combat was Duel Monster based, including the reason for invading Japan.
- There Are No Therapists: Averted, he actually sees them.
- Troll: Some of his behavior against Cornelia and Ohgi is certainly this.
- Write What You Know: In-universe; he occasionally writes Manga series to fund the Black Knights, using Suzaku and the others in his life as bases. Suzaku does not find it amusing.
Codename: Kids Next Door
- An Ice Person: Nigel's first loop was a fused loop replacing Elsa from Frozen. He kept the ice powers as a side effect.
- Character Development: Is far more trusting of non-evil adults and teens then his baseline self.
- Crazy-Prepared: He had an Anti-Magic field set up in the Treehouse once in the Fused Loop mentioned below even before he found out it was a Fused Loop.
- Everyone Can See It: The rest of his team knew about his crush on Rachel. According to Abby, it was their job to know.
- Every Man Has His Price: He was refusing to let Eddy have a tree house seed...until Eddy offers to deal with Billy for the next five loops. He changes his mind rather quickly.
- Official Couple: With Numbuh 362.
- Oh, Crap!: When what was thought to be a standard baseline loop turns out to be a fused loop with the Conversion Bureau.
- Playing with Fire: At an unknown point in the Loops, he gained the same powers as Father, his uncle.
- Reality Ensues: He permanently broke up with Lizzie after learning she was a GKND operative and only dating him to assess his loyalty to the KND. Obviously, that didn't go over well with him.
- This Is Gonna Suck:
- Noodle Incident: When Katara realizes he's his loops' Anchor and explains it to him, he lampshades several incidents from his baseline such as mooning an enraged Goliath and peeing on a vampire spawn.
Also known as Richard "Dick" Grayson. Batman's former sidekick, he's generally considered to be one of the nicest characters in all of the DC universe. Due to having received training from Batman, he's also a top-flight badass.
- Henshin Hero: The only Digimon Anchor without a partner, since he becomes a Digimon
- Action Survivor: Is 'very' good at running away from danger. For a long time he was famed as being the one Looper to have never died at some point.
- His one death was a result of him choosing not to run when Death came for him. This happened in the aftermath of Sir Terry Pratchet's passing.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Of a sort. Discord inverts his personality for fun in one Loop. Massive amount of violence ensue. It also should be noted that Rincewind is the Anchor for his world - he is likely far more dangerous than his baseline self. Despite aforementioned cowardice.
- Cassandra Truth: The MLP Loopers refused to believe he was Looping at first, given how widespread knowledge of him is spread throughout the Loops.
- Cheshire Cat Grin: The Fourth Doctor's impressive one gets brought up during his Hogwarts Loop. Harry wonders if it's how he gets away with what he does.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Even a Looping Six thinks his rainbow coloured abomination is suitable to wear.
- Gender Bender: Only in Rule 63 universes, and then only into female forms of his usual regenerations.
- Glass Cannon: At least in the Smash verse, the Doctor can be sent flying off screen with only one smash attack from King Dedede, suggesting himself to be this.
- I Let Gwen Stacy Die: Frequently tries to save Adric and Donna Noble. Doesn't always succeed with the former, never succeeds with the latter, until she starts Looping.
- The Main Characters Do Everything: The Fourth Doctor, when he loops into Hogwarts, insists on doing absolutely everything himself. Except talking about Barty Crouch Jr. When that subject comes up, he vanishes for several weeks.
- The Nth Doctor: He can still regenerate while Looping. Currently can only Loop through William Hartnell to the end of Matt Smith's tenure, though with the arrival of Capaldi, that'll change. He also can't regenerate outside his home loop. His regenerations are fixed, as well, meaning he's always the Tenth Doctor twice.
- Omniglot: He can speak snake. Comes in handy when there's a giant basilisk about.
- Railroading: On the receiving end. No matter what he does, a Dalek tends to fatally shoot the Tenth Doctor.
- Straight Man: The War Doctor ends up being this, at least compared to other Doctors. This can be particularly seen when he has to deal with Naruto or Black Star
- Blood Knight: Even taking the Doom comic out of the equation, Doomguy really likes demon killing a lot.
- Nice Guy: Surprisingly nice to chat too. It helps that his violent tendencies are directed towards demons instead of Loopers.
- This Is Gonna Suck: His reaction to the fact that DOOM (2016) and by extension, Doom Eternal are linked his his initial baseline games. This is punctuated with one single word.
- Flight: Gained it.
- Genius Bruiser: She was plenty smart in Baseline Dragon Ball, and the Loops have made her far more capable of backing it up with her fists.
- Took a Level in Badass: She's become strong enough over the Loops that she's capable of fighting Goku one on one (at times, since she's not as devoted to training as he is).
- Wrench Wench: She's one of the best mechanics and scientists in Yggdrasil for technology.
- Cool Big Sis : to Eiko
- Everything's Better with Penguins: Got the 'Welcome to the Multiverse speech' from Pen-Pen from Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Five Nights At Freddy's
- Tranquil Fury: He has become better at keeping this state of mind over time. However, since his power grows the more angry he gets...
Attack on Titan
- Badass Normal: Has foregone insane training, superpowers, advanced technology and magic to focus on basic skills such as swordsmanship and strategy. It shows.
- Out of Focus: The oldest normal looper of the bunch, and so far the least written about.
- The Smart Guy: Not all that powerful compared to younger loopers, but experienced and thoughtful.
- Team Dad: Eventually evolved into this as more loopers showed up and came to him for advice.
- Barrier Warrior: Has an AT-field.
- The Big Guy: Much more powerful than most of the other loopers, due in part to his relative age and his power set.
- Morality Chain: the most stable of all of the loopers, and thus assigned to this role.
- Our Angels Are Different: His first loop had him as an Angel. The Angel Tabris, to be specific.
- Running Gag: Being turned into a Centaur.
- Action Girl: Not feminine enough to count as The Chick, and definitely a damn good archer.
- Big Eater: Downplayed in the loops. Sasha keeps her subspace pocket stashed with food for herself, but doesn't usually mention it.
- Genius Ditz: Has shown a strong understanding of plants and animals, and is able to determine the location of the walls merely by observing the local wildlife.
- Guys Smash, Girls Shoot: Has this dichotomy with most of the other boys, thanks to her archery skills.
- Trade Mark Favorite Food: Does not, in fact, adore potatoes. She prefers meat.
- Butt-Monkey: Is often the butt of jokes and strange loops.
- Combo Platter Powers: Has steam powers, which essentially affords immunity to high temperature and pressure, the ability to generate steam from any fluid in contact with his body, and to direct said steam psychically.
- Running Gag: Giraffes, particularly the Ox-Ox Fruit, Model Giraffe, pop up with him a lot.
- Tag Along Kid: Being nowhere near as strong as the other loopers, and without any specific hobbies of his own, Connie usually falls into a support role for other loopers. That said, he is capable of...
- Xanatos Gambit: ...Managing to manipulate the Shifter Trio into helping him try and attack the Beast Titan.
- Yank the Dog's Chain: Even though he had knowledge from the future and allied himself with the Shifter Trio, Connie failed to protect his village from the Beast Titan, and had to watch his Titanized father be killed.
- Admiring the Abomination: Along with Titans, Zoe is a fan of many disturbing or dangerous things, including Sasquatch armies and Furbies.
- Ambiguous Gender: Played with. Zoe's gender can be very easy to find (just ask), but since it doesn't remain constant between loops, it's hard to keep track of.
- Cloudcuckoolander: A bit on the nutty side. Just don't piss Zoe off.
- Last-Name Basis: Badly. Zoe's first name is almost always the same, but Zoe's last name fluctuates between Hanji (usually indicating that Zoe is a girl) and Hange (typically associated with a male Zoe).
- Mad Scientist: Enjoys experimenting on technology and throwing together crazy inventions. Stops at Humans though.
- Broken Ace: Did not take the revelation that he would once again be killing Titans (read, innocent people) well. He compared himself unfavorably to Kenny the Ripper.
- Daywalking Vampire: As a side effect of having been infected with the Twilight strain of vampirism, he can still fight in daylight.
- Deadpan Snarker: Often takes the role
- Made of Iron: Indestructible, thanks to the strain of vampirism he has.
- Tears of Joy: Sheds them when a loop occurs where Isabel and Farlan (pseudo-siblings of his, similar to Eren, Armin and Mikasa's relationship) showed up alive in a late loop.
- The Heart: The kindest and most empathetic of all the loopers.
- An Ice Person: Was apparently able to channel ice through a shepherds cane, one she gained from a loop into Rise of the Guardians.
- Official Couple: With Ymir.
- Took a Level in Badass: What got her looping. Or rather, why the author let her loop. Historia, after being carefully cajoled by her manipulative father to eat Eren, decided not to give into her father's machinations, and threw him across the room. Kenny approved.
- Deadpan Snarker: If it isn't Levi.....
- Multiple-Choice Past: Ho boy...
- Non-Standard Character Design: In-universe. In actuality, she isn't looping, but Dreaming instead. Her Lucidity is variable, but trends to high values, allowing her to recall large quantities of information from previous loops.
- Official Couple: With Historia.
- Token Evil Teammate: For a value of evil. Ymir actively abstains from direct combat with Titans since she's very much aware that all Titan's are in fact innocent people trapped inside the Titan, unless Historia is threatened.
- Friend to All Living Things: Fully accepts that Annie, Bertolt and Reiner are spies against humanity, and doesn't let that affect his judgement. Even convinced Jean to change his opinion.
- Lovecraftian Superpower: He's a nice guy, and half ghost. Who'd have thought it?
- The Sixth Ranger: Despite being such an important character in the baseline (being, as mentioned above, The Heart, Team Dad, and the catalyst for Jean's Character Development), Marco doesn't comfortably fit in with any of the other loopers aside from Jean, and is fine with this.
- Blob Monster: Of a sort. She can liquefy her body, converting it and her attire into pure water.
- Slime Girl: A female Blob Monster. Call her one though, and Eren and Mikasa will eradicate you.
- Team Mom: Empathetic and thoughtful, but does struggle to figure out who she is and where she belongs in life.
- Unexpected Character: Who'd have thought she would ever loop!?!
- Determinator: Zuko just does not give up. No matter how often versions of Azula attack him, burn him, even on occasion kill him, he doesn't stop trying to reach out to his little sister.
- I Let You Win: When Azula started Looping, he apparently let her win most of their Pai Sho games to help her feel better.
- Official Couple: With Mai. Later on, he, Aang, Katara and Mai apparently became a foursome.
- Anti-Magic: She's acquired some chi-blocking courtesy of Ty Lee.
- My Friends... and Zoidberg: Was the last of the Gaang to start Looping, much to Sokka's annoyance. With that said, she was also the sixth Looper of their world, as Iroh, Ty Lee, and Mai didn't Awaken till after she did.
- Suddenly SHOUTING!: In one Loop, she Awoke as Azula. Her initial response when she figured this out was to start screaming loudly.
- Use Your Head: Once attempted during a fight with a repeat of that run-in with Azula in the forest. It sort of worked.
- Actually Pretty Funny: She thinks that Azula's face whenever she and Ty Lee betray her is this.
- Noodle Incident: She and Ty Lee once became the Earth Queens by betraying Azula.
- Official Couple: With Zuko. Later on, she and he also develop an "understanding" with Katara and Aang.
- Troll: In one Loop, she, Azula and an un-Awake Ty Lee were sent to hunt down a cat. Mai suggested Azula throw a fireball at it. Mai takes photos of the resulting one-sided ass-kicking the cat hands out.
- Character Development: Her Character Arc is more or less her trying to figure out what it is that she wants post-ATLA.
- Good Colours, Evil Colours: Her initial lightsaber is, since she's a Sith, red. A short while into her training she felt a compulsion to make a blue one. For psychological and infiltration purposes, of course. Nothing more.
- How the Mighty Have Fallen: She once managed to get taken out by a cat (though Mai did mention this is apparently pretty common with the cat in question).
- Luke, I Am Your Father:
- The infamous joking claim that she was Lin's "dad" the creators made is giving a nod in one snip, where an un-Awake Azula and Toph show up to boo Lin and Suyin's fight in Book 3.
- One snip has her managing to wind up becoming Korra's grandmother, along with Eska and Desna's, not to mention Unalaq's mom.
- OOC Is Serious Business: A snip before she started Looping has her drinking spiked tea and becoming disturbingly pleasant (commenting on how nice the day is while underground).
- Overshadowed by Awesome: She didn't start Looping until after the Crash, whereas her world is one of the oldest non-O7 dimensions in the Loops. She quickly becomes aware as a result that for all her power, compared to the other Loopers of her world she's completely outclassed.
- Non-Standard Character Design: In-universe. Like Ymir in the Attack On Titan Loops, she's not Looping normally, but is Dreaming via Aang and Korra, and can remember past loops due to her connection with them when they are Awake. Even when they aren't, she's still Loop Aware. Word of God is that the Admins don't want her to Loop normally for fear of her connection to Vaatu causing him to Loop as well.
- Ambiguous Gender: Like Shepard, their gender and backstory changes from Loop to Loop.
- Badass Boast: When facing down Nightmare Moon, they give these out a lot.Death? Don't fear death... Fear me.
- Blood Knight: To the shock of the Mane Six, they love spending time in Yharnam, and this is the reason. How much of it is a mental defense mechanism to being trapped there isn't clear, though.
- Implacable Man: Knocked down by a massive amount of force. Snark about where that Brick Troll came from. Blasted through several rock walls? Take a few seconds to heal up with a Blood Vial. Trapped in a burning room they set fire to themselves? Break through the door! Hit by the Stare from an enraged Looping Fluttershy? Ask her to stop politely while shrugging the effects off. If there's something that can get the Hunter to stay down reliably for very long that doesn't involve Person of Mass Destruction levels of power being tossed around, we have yet to see it.
- Old Master: He was already this in the game, and Looping hasn't taken away his edge.
- Unexpected Character: As the first looper in the Exorcist verse after Yukio, and before many people closer to him.
- Bad Powers, Good People: One of the nicest people you'd meet in the Exorcist verse, given powers from one of the most infamous, if not the most infamous, MLE that could turn her into a monster if her emotions were to become too negative.
- Green Thumb: Contracting with Kyubey gave her the power to manipulate plants.
- Super Strength: As her wish to Kyubey was 'to be stronger to stand with Yukio and Rin', she was given this power
Max's female best friend, and self-described "agent of chaos".
Max's male best friend, a neurotic, science-obsessed camper.
- For Science!: One of the reasons why he was so happy that David started looping is that David could buy all the chemicals that would be denied to a child like him.
Camp Campbell's main counselor and camp manager. Perpetually happy and optimistic.
Camp Campbell's other counselor. Jaded and cynical, but also a bit of a drama queen.
- Morality Chain:
- Morality Pet: Generally tries to keep her brother from murdering their siblings, outside of specific circumstances.
- "No. Just... No" Reaction: Her reaction to a loop where Euphemia was to marry Schneizel. It was a rare loop in which she actually gave Lelouch permission to kill a sibling.
- "No. Just... No" Reaction: His reaction to some of the Manga Lelouch writes staring expies of him: particularly when his counterpart does a "Super Sentai" Stance with Mangaverse Gino, Anya, and Orange.
- Official Couple: with Euphemia.
- Other Me Annoys Me: Dislikes the Fallen Hero and unhinged version of himself found in the Megido Fanfic verse.
- There Is No Kill Like Overkill: A crimson Gunbuster vs the Chinese Federation. Lelouch mentally berates her for pretty much destroying the Status Quo.
Codename: Kids Next Door
- Heroic BSoD: Has one when she realizes that she is aging mentally due to the Loops, effectively making her older than 13, and thus, technically supposed to be decommissioned. Numbuh 1 snaps her out of it.
- Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction when Numbuh 86 storms over to the group and it's clear she is Awake.
- Big Sister Instinct: Despite their feud, in Cree's first awake loop after her Awakening, she tells Abby to run from Grandfather rather then try to fight Cree to stall for time.
- Punch-Clock Villain: If she's Awake, Cree doesn't care what the others get up too as long as it doesn't involve her.
- Shipper on Deck: Not so subtly hinted that she ships her sister with Numbuh 2.
- Villainous BSoD: Apparently, her first Loop was during a Fused Loop with The Conversion Bureau, which scarred her badly enough that she threw away her My Little Pony doll expies, which Numbuh 5 says she still treasured.
- Can't Catch Up: Is afraid of this, even if she knows that she(along with everyone else in their home loop) will never catch up with Numbuh 1.
- Flying Brick: Replaced Captain Marvel for a loop and kept the powers.
- Official Couple: With Numbuh 1.
- Power Glows
- Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Despite her new powers, she is still (physically) a ten year old girl.
- Stun Guns: Her first loop saw her looped in as Carmelita from Sly Cooper and she kept the shock pistol as an Unawake Father learns in a later loop.
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: This is revealed to be the true reason she is so against Numbuh 1 and Numbuh 362 being in a relationship-she feels weak compared to Numbuh 1 and hates the fact he is so much stronger then her. A talk with Duncan helps her get over this.
- Shipping Torpedo: Does everything she can to keep Numbuh 1 and Numbuh 362 from dating. This tends to end badly for her. However, she is slowly growing out of this.
- Stunned Silence: Has this reaction when Numbuh 362 explains the Loops to her.
- Troubled Fetal Position: Spent her first Gender Bender loop like this.
- What Does She See in Him?: Makes no secret that she doesn't think Numbuh 1 is good enough for Numbuh 362. Again, she is growing out of this.
A Tiefling Bloodhunter and looper from the continent of Wildemount and a member of the Mighty Nein.—-
- Locked Out of the Loop: He and the rest of his group are on a different continent to their Anchor. Which means they don't know why they are repeating their lives.
- Locked Out of the Loop: She and the rest of her group are on a different continent to their Anchor. Which means they don't know why they are repeating their lives.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: Can't stop being Batman, even in Loops that don't even have superheroes, like Equestria.
- Crazy-Prepared: Has plans to deal with everything. With several hundred variants for every possible situation of these plans. It's enough that many loopers are worried about him.
- He's even been working on plans to take down the Original Seven, though the plans are still in development and have low success rates due to the sheer power of the 07.
- Everyone Has Standards: Apparently he does not go so far as to create Kryptonite Underwear out of paranoia.
- Fate Worse than Death: He seems to regard being sent to the Lego Movie Loops as this, given he's sent there instead of Eiken.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: The Loops haven't done anything so far to bring out Batman's warm and sunny side.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Downplayed, but his Crazy-Prepared plans indirectly led to DIO learning the weaknesses of his enemies, which led to him staking Flora. It would've likely turned out differently had he not been injured by Bane's Backbreaker during the time of the theft.
- Out-of-Character Moment: The notoriously untrusting Batman once instantly offered Big Macintosh a job seconds after the latter Awoke in the Bat-mobile.
- Thou Shalt Not Kill: Batman's aversion to killing is even greater than pre loops. It's to a point he detains beings as vile as The Lich, Darth Sidious and Aku.
- The Power of Love: Weaponised power of love.
- Those Two Guys: With Booster Gold.
- Those Two Guys: Him and Ted.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: The key to one of Batman's many Anti-Saiyan Invasion plans.
- Cat People: Her species is evolved from felines. On at least one occasion, this has resulted in her acting like a house cat.
- The Heart: One of the most compassionate and considerate of DC's heroes. Possibly more-so than Superman.
- Break the Cutie: She got all of Series 8 dumped into her mind at once. It wasn't a pleasant experience.
- Broken Bird: Still has a whole mess of emotional issues that weren't sorted out in her baseline. And there's that whole "memory-wipe" thing.
- Incoming Ham: Her first words in the Loops? Shouting.
- Troll: Has been known to use her foreknowledge to mess with some of the Doctor's enemies. And the Doctor himself, while she's there.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: He and the Doctor still snipe at one another.
- Ax-Crazy: His Mister Saxon incarnation smiles fondly at the memories of killing incompetent employees. And then there's whatever he did to Lucy that one Loop...
- Gender Bender: The Mistress, his latest Regeneration.
- The Nth Doctor: His/Her regenerations are fixed, like the Doctor's.
- Stealth Expert: Is going as a Stealth Looper, for his / her own reasons. So far, very few Loopers have realised this.
- Unishment: Might be the only being alive who likes winding up in the Teletubbies Loop.
- Happily Married: To Chi-chi, after the two managed to work out their communication problems.
- Victory Is Boring: After the Loops began, Goku was the second Dragon Ball Looper after Bulma, and due to this was the strongest Looper in that world until the first Fused Loop and before he and Bulma had the Loops explained to them by Ranma Saotome, who was far stronger than even Goku, he hated how strong he had become, because there wasnt anyone left who could give him an actual fight.
- Berserk Button: Downplayed, but Abridged!Nappa will, without fail, enrage him.
- Berserk Button: Insulting Serenity around Kaylee, even inadvertently, will make her stop smiling. It's not a recommended option.
- Sanity Slippage: Started getting dangerously close to Sakura Syndrome after one Loop too many.
- Technopath: Can talk to machines. Given Serenity's problems changed with each Loop, Kaylee got seriously upset by it.