Characters from universes starting with the letters G, H, I, J, K, L, or M.
- Interspecies Friendship: Gets along surprisingly well with Ranma Saotome and Sunset Shimmer. Averted with most other Loopers and non-Loopers, who tend to be scared out of their wits when he shows up.
- Interspecies Romance: With Roxanne "Roxy" Hammond, a cloned T-Rex from the Jurassic Park Loops, after she Looped in as Zilla.
- Papa Wolf: Don't mess with his kids. Junior and Biollante may be perfectly capable of taking care of themselves, but he'll still put you down if you try to hurt them.
- Summon Bigger Fish: Ranma Saotome can summon him as needed, dating to the early days of the Loops. Even after becoming an Anchor, Godzilla doesn't mind this status, as Ranma only rarely summons, and when he does, it's for those times when he really needs help.
- Took a Level in Kindness: He's mellowed considerably since he started Looping. Still enjoys a good fight though.
Cosmic Era Anchor - Kira Yamato
- The Ace: He picked up how to pilot a Mobile Suit just from watching someone else try to operate it for a couple minutes in baseline and also fixed its OS in a couple of minutes during that same battle. Hes only gotten better from there.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Hes a kind soul and doesnt like killing. That said, you harm anyone he cares about and youll be lucky if theres a body left to recover.
- Bifurcated Weapon: Generally, if his Mobile Suit has two beam sabers, they can link together into a...
- Double Weapon: Only did it once or twice with his baseline Gundams, but if hes not dual-wielding or using a specific one weapon style, then hes doing this.
- Dual Wielding: A carryover from baseline. If his Gundam doesnt have a shield or two-handed weapon in hand, hes most likely going to be doing this. Hes done it with knives, beam sabers and beam rifles. This also applies to his own personal melee weaponry too as he often finds himself replacing someone who does this.
- The Gloves Come Off: This is what happens when he considers you a threat. If youre lucky, he'll make it quick and painless.
- Good Is Not Soft: He is likely one of the nicest people you could ever hope to meet. Make him see you as a threat and he'll make you regret it, if you survive.
- Martial Pacifist: Avoids killing if he can help it. However, hes also a near unstoppable Mobile Suit pilot and is trained in all forms of self defense.
- Mindlink Mates: At the time they worked everything out, the ladies had awakened enough of their potential psychic nature to do this.
- Nice Guy: Even with all the loops hes been through and the grimness hes had to endure because of them, hes never stopped being this. However
- One True Threesome: Both of his baseline love interests started looping at the same time. It took some time and effort, but now they wouldnt give each other up for the world.
- Robot Buddy: He has a small robotic bird made for him by his friend Athrun Zala from baseline. Its name is Birdy.
- Troll: If hes feeling particularly bored, he does things like swap out the OS of his enemies Mobile Suits for a Rickroll, lock down every comm frequency during battle with Nyancat or set up his Gundams to dance to a variation of Gangnam Style.
Neotopia/SD Gundam Force Anchor - Captain Gundam
- Beware the Nice Ones: Probably the most adorkable robot you'll meet from Neotopia... at least until you threaten Shute or his brother Madnug. Pray he doesn't use a Soul Drive boost to take you out.
- Big Brother Instinct: If he and Madnug/Gerbera are both Awake in a loop, expect Captain to be looking out for him, a LOT. Even with his brother not Awake, he'll still try to save Madnug from his Baseline death.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: He'll always try to save people, from his brother to his best friend Shute, or anyone else that might need it.
- Good Is Not Soft: Well let's see, he killed Commander Sazabi in Baseline for the whole invasion thing, he'll probably be willing to do that for anyone dumb enough to cause that much damage again.
- Butt-Monkey: Along with his Baseline, he's also got Tama as his Admin, made enemies with several other Loopers, including Toriel, and has been put into terrible situations where he either gets hurt, or dies. He usually deserves it though.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: Although Gordon has some friends, most people are willing to say what kind of person Gordon is, which is to say, not good.
- Functional Addict: Apparently built a self-aware Clockpunk robot with Techna and Raszagal while drunk and high on heroin. Unfortunately, that wasn't the original plan.
- Genius Bruiser: He's a Anchor, and had a doctorate even before he started Looping.
- Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: Gordon apparently believes in this philosophy if a Dating Sim goes south a la School Days. We find this out as he appears in Doki Doki Literature Club!, and he promptly decides to follow through upon seeing the twist.
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock the Third and Toothless (Co-Anchors)
- True Companions: They, along with Naruto and Kurama, are the original Co-Anchors of the Loops.
The Kid/The Guy
- Defeating the Undefeatable: This version of the Kid did a perfect run of I Wanna Be the Guy, (basically the video game embodiment of Nintendo Hard ), without knowing where the traps would be beforehand. Most of the Admins and Loopers were expecting to never see the Kid start Looping.
- Unexpected Character: No one expected Ares to get him looping. Not at all.
- Interspecies Friendship: With Roxanne. Notable as it did not begin as a friendship. At all.
- Big Eater: May be the biggest eater in the entire multiverse(not that Pinke will admit)
- Determinator: Vowed to befriend Nightmare(who Awoke from the Crisis), no matter what the wizard thinks about it.
- Physical God: Possible connections to Void Termina aside, Kirby has been theorized to be on the same power levels of the O7
- She Is Not My Girlfriend: Has this reaction about Ribbon when Dedede teases him about it
- Suddenly Voiced: Justified, as spending so much time in the loops has given him a better grasp on speaking.
- Me's a Crowd: She can split off Oktavia, the Witch version of her, as a separate combatant to help her fight.
- Mind over Matter: She spent most of her time after her Branch's destruction as a "data ghost" in the Star Wars Loop. She acquired Jedi powers as a result.
- You Are in Command Now: Madoka herself chose her as the new Anchor (Madoka was the previous Anchor, but after she Ascended, couldn't hold the position anymore).
- The Ace: Still very much so, but Shepard also occasionally replaces other badasses, such as Mace Windu, or Blasto.
- Badass Adorable: When (s)he's a pony in Equestria.
- Drives Like Crazy:
- Actually justified here; the Mako was not supposed to be driven with the Mass Effect core on (8 kilograms of mass and 500 horsepower means a lot of crashing will happen). Also, the company who produces the Mako changes from loop to loop, meaning the specifications on the power core, steering, and thrust also change. Even so, everyone is still terrified of Shepard when they're behind the wheel.
- The main issue is stated not to be that Shepard won't get you where you need to go, it's just they'll leave you terrified till you get there.
- Gender Bender: Due to a coding glitch, Shepard's gender changes from Loop to Loop.
- Me's a Crowd: Can use the Kage Bushin no Jutsu, and also once downloaded their consciousness into several Geth Primes. Later on, it's also revealed that Shepard keeps Synthesis-based Doombots called "Shepbots" in their Pocket, who are mentally based off of people Shepard has replaced in the past besides themselves.
- Multiple-Choice Past: Just like the games. Even Shepard's not sure what their original history, combat class, or gender was. This gets deconstructed, however, as it's stated that in their earliest Loops, without any explanation as to why their history was constantly being swapped around, Shepard nearly went insane if it hadn't been for a meeting with Nanoha.
- Sanity Slippage: With Shepard not having an explanation for their changing history in their earliest Loops, they nearly went crazy. A visit to Nanoha's universe and learning about the Loops was more or less all that averted them going insane.
Spider-Man / Peter Parker
Rock Light (DLN-001)
- All Your Powers Combined: He can do this, he just tends not to (especially given Dr. Wily's Dreamer status). Technically what he does is switch and fire the different Master Weapons he's copied so fast that it looks like this is happening.
- Awesomeness by Analysis: As explained by Roll during the Mega Pony loop:Roll: Because that's what my brother does. Blues may be military and I may take to fighting styles better than Rock, but this is what he's best at. He analyzes everything about his opponents. Their powers, their patterns, their tells, their attitude, the way their armor moves and fits together, all of it. He studies them as he fights, and then when he's got everything he needs, he uses it to take them apart.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: Cannot bring himself to stay on the sidelines, even in a sanctuary loop.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: He remembers all of the failed attempts to get the Megaverse looping, including the one that led to the Crash (though he can't remember anything about the guest anchor).
- Super Mode: Courtesy of some borrowed Chaos Emeralds.
Roll Light (DLN-002)
- Action Girl: Compared to her canon self.
- Berserk Button: Waltz.
- Break the Cutie: Her failed Loops attempts were particularly hideous, in some cases.
- Gratuitous Japanese: Has a tendency to say "nyan" when she merges with Tango.
- Improbable Weapon User: She wields a combat broom.
- One-Man Army: Especially when someone hurts her family.
- Ripple Effect-Proof Memory: Due to a glitch, she remembers all of the failed attempts to get the Megaverse looping.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: Her early Loops have caused her to be like this, especially when several of them involved her brother dying horribly...
- Shipper on Deck: For Rock. With anyone female, reasonably attractive, and not family or dangerously insane. Though only one person at a time.
- Took a Level in Badass: Not exactly by choice, though.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: He and Zero drove off Cthulhu one time, being immune to his maddening presence.
- Early-Bird Cameo: As "Model X", a brainwashed minion of the thing that caused the Crash.
- Hero Killer: Model X permanently destroyed several Robot Masters.
- It's Personal: In his first failed attempt, X tries to kill Dr. Wily for causing Sigma's fall from grace, and everything that followed, because he considered the Reploids his children.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Same as X.
- Gender Bender: Spent fifty Loops in a row as a fembot. Confusion ensued on the fifty-first, when he went back to being a guy.
- Hero Killer: As "Model Z".
- Tempting Fate: Telling Yggdrasil it wasn't going to annoy him for a Loop was a stupendously bad idea.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Seems to have gone back to his more carefree personality from the first three X Games. Getting Iris back probably helped.
- Non-Action Guy: Usually. Unless he's Crossfused.
Hub Hikari (MegaMan.EXE)
Gandalf / Olorin / Mithrandir
- Ring of Power: In addition to Narya (of which he has several dozen copies collected from baseline loops), he has acquired a Blue Lantern ring.
- The Older Immortal: When he began Looping, he was already older than his universe. Of course, that's still rather young by looper standards. When Applejack loops into Middle Earth, she's surprised that he defers to her wisdom. While as an Anchor he'll eventually become far older than her, at that point she's the elder.
- Mama Bear: Hurt the Baby Metroid and Samus will hurt you.
- "No. Just... No" Reaction: Has this reaction when she realizes that, due to the loop having the humans and Space Pirates swap roles, all humans are running around the galaxy naked.
- Not So Above It All: Silently Squees when Kirby starts purring like a cat from being pet.
- Multiple-Choice Past: Tends to Loop in as one of multiple different incarnations of himself, including:
- Son of Godzilla - Minya, the Showa-era son of Godzilla.
- Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II (1993) / Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla (1994) / Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (1995) - Baby/Little Godzilla/Godzilla Junior, his baseline self.
- Godzilla: Final Wars (2004) - the adult Godzilla. May also replace the Minya of this film.
- The Godzilla Power Hour (1978-1981) - Godzooky.
- Multiple-Choice Past: Tends to Loop in as one of multiple different incarnations of himself, including:
- Godzilla (1954) / Godzilla: King of the Monsters! - his original self.
- Godzilla, Mothra, King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack! - his resurrected self, possessed by the spirits of the vengeful dead from World War II.
- Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla / Godzilla Tokyo SOS - his other resurrected self, made into the core of Kiryu, the Millennium-era Mechagodzilla. As a result, he can also replace the other two Mechagodzillas.
- Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (1974) / Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975) - the Showa-era Mechagodzilla. Godzilla 1954 can replace him as a result of his time as Kiryu.
- Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II - the Heisei-era Mechagodzilla. Godzilla 1954 can replace him as a result of his time as Kiryu.
- Godzilla Returns and its three sequels - novel continuity in which the original monster somehow survived and gradually regenerated into a form almost identical to his Heisei-era self over the years, finally fully awakening and attacking Tokyo again in 1998.
- Odd Friendship: Grimlock of the Looping Dinobots once turned him down for full membership in their group due to his not having an alt-form, but appreciated the effort enough to make him part of their reserves.
- Badass Bookworm: As in Baseline, generally takes care of business using science (though Nanohaverse magic is certainly not unheard of for him).
- The Dog Bites Back: Quite happy to dispose of General Zeong all by himself once gaining enough power from looping.
- Do Not Call Me "Paul": He prefers being called Gerbera, and is known by that outside of his own loop for the most part. Only close family get to call him Madnug, though he'll grumble about it if it's done in public.
- Hates Being Alone: Specifically, this is being alone in a loop without other Loopers. He can handle it for a few loops in a row, but if Yggdrasil is feeling sadistic or glitching... well, bad things tend to happen.
- Necessarily Evil: A bit more willing to do what has to be done when compared to the other Loopers from his 'verse.
- Papa Wolf: Becomes this eventually to his subordinates... as well as the Numbers and Vivio from Nanoha Takamachi's baseline.
- Person of Mass Destruction: Yes, most Loopers qualify, but given he tends to replace mad scientists and is generally kitted to take out mecha-gods, he's not someone you want to annoy.
- Reformed, but Not Tamed: He's still a pretty nasty piece of work, in spite of recognizing that his brother/the SDG had nothing to do with his warp gate accident.
- Screw Destiny: Most likely to take his home loop Off the Rails.
- Training from Hell: Grahf of the Xenogears loop is a very harsh teacher, though nothing else would've really gotten through to Gerbera at the time...
- Troll: Probably the worst one out of his loop, given how he'll always retaliate in kind if he gets trolled himself.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Bakunetsumaru; neither is immune to the other's snark, and with the amount of sparring they do some might think they were actually bitter rivals, but scuffling with each other is how they bond.
- Badass Normal: While there are certainly powers he likes to hang onto, he generally doesn't need them unless he's outside his home loop.
- Beware the Nice Ones: He's not quite as bad as Captain with this, but yeah, don't go hurting anyone he cares about.
- Big Brother Mentor: He already was one for Captain and Genkimaru, but he's got a bit of this going for Gerbera as well now that he's looping.
- Incorruptible Pure Pureness: A little bit tarnished due to looping, but Shute generally hangs onto this...
- Precision F-Strike: ...though even he will occasionally drop an F-bomb when the situation requires it.
- Interspecies Adoption: He is a Waddling Head and ends up adopting Vivian, a Living Shadow and Duncan, a human.
- Master of All: Has made it a personal goal to master every kind of weapon and is well on his way there.
- Not So Above It All: Offhandedly noted to not punish Duncan for pranking Susie because he still wants to get back at her for turning him into a cyborg repeatedly.
- Sweet Tooth: Kirby found him eating a bowl of ice cream bigger then he is. Fittingly, he quickly tries to deny it.
- Weapon of Choice: His Cool Sword, Galaxia.
- Big "WHAT?!": Has this reaction when Susie starts looping.
Bandanna Waddle Dee
- The Gadfly
- Reformed, but Not Tamed: Firmly on Kirby's side and respects him and his power level, but is also the Looper most willing to cause trouble.
- Super Mode: Now has control over his Marx Soul form.
- Brutal Honesty: During the Crisis, when Bandanna Dee brings up having to kill Hyness, but is trying to avoid saying the reason, Susie says he(Hyness) is "Completely Mental."
- Reformed, but Not Tamed
- Set Right What Once Went Wrong: Has made it a goal to save Haltmann any time she is Awake.
- Lampshade Hanging: Points out that sound shouldn't be able to hear sounds from across space. The others tell her Kirby doesn't care about logic anymore.
- Naïve Newcomer: The other loopers see her as one.
- Card-Carrying Villain: He claims that no matter what, Kirby will never be able to reform or befriend him because he is evil. Kirby says otherwise
- The Chessmaster: What he thinks of himself as.
- Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Insists that he does not want friendship in anyway, despite Marx(who is a reformed villain and knows what he is talking about) telling him that it will make his life better and prevent him from becoming an MLE.
- Small Name, Big Ego: Convinced that he will soon be able to pull the strings of loopers as he sees fit. Most of the other loopers from his branch don't even take him seriously.
- Smug Snake
Roxanne "Roxy" Hammond
- Ace Pilot: Fell in love with the idea of flying during a Calvin & Hobbes Loop. And she can do it as both a human and a T-rex.
- Berserk Button: She absolutely hates the song Roxanne by The Police. Playing or singing it near her really, really ticks her off.
- Breath Weapon: She can breathe fire from her Pokémon and Digimon Loops, and has nuclear breath from her time as Zilla.
- Dinosaurs Are Dragons: She's gained dragon abilities from looping into Pokémon (as Reshiram) and Digimon (as Agumon).
- Interspecies Adoption: She was eventually adopted by the Looping John Hammond as his daughter, since he is the "father" of Jurassic Park. She's also become a mother figure for several Loopers.
- Interspecies Friendship: Almost any friendship with other Loopers is this. Of particular note is her relationship with her Anchor, Alan Grant, which began as extremely antagonistic (since he refused to believe she was anything more than a vicious carnivore), but eventually developed into respect and friendship.
- Interspecies Romance: Developed one with Godzilla, the first Looper she met outside of Jurassic Park when she visited his Loop, Replacing Zilla.
- Interspecies Adoption: Legally adopted Roxanne the T-Rex as his daughter.
- My God, What Have I Done?: He was horrified at how wrong things went in baseline, and has taken steps to prevent them in the Loops where he's Awake.
- Back from the Dead: After her Loop was fully restored.
- Did You Just Romance Cthulhu?: Inverted; she apparently became romantically involved with Madoka before the latter became an Admin. After the branch was restored, the two seem to have continued the romance (which is made problematic due to the fact that in-Loop Madoka can't Loop and Admin Madoka is often too busy to show up every time Homura's Awake).
- Long-Distance Relationship: She's extremely upset Madoka can't see her as much anymore due to her duties as an Admin, but hasn't let it affect her loyalty or love for her.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: Seems to consider herself one. However, it's heavily implied that spending time with Madoka (before her Ascension), Mami, Sayaka, and Kyoko has helped her mellow out a great deal.
- Took a Level in Kindness: She's become more open over the Loops. Having friends that don't die very easily, know her secrets, and can remember past her "Groundhog Day" Loop probably helped.
- Wrong Context Magic: Sort of - she Looped into MLP as a unicorn during her time as a Data Ghost, and can use magic from there through her hands (most MLP unicorns use their magic through their horns).
- Beware the Nice Ones: She once ran a horde of Kyuubey over with a steamroller alongside Homura and didn't even blink.
- Magical Girl: Even more so than canon; she also spent time in Hyrule, and gained some magical abilities as a result.
- Mind over Matter: Spent some time in Mass Effect as a data ghost, and picked up biotics.
- I Let Gwen Stacy Die: She blames herself for Sayaka's death in baseline.
- Mundane Utility: During a Mikasa glitch, she decided... to practice piano duets with her duplicate.
- The Team Normal: Hasn't made an official contract, meaning she hasn't officially become a magical girl. Considering the consequences of contracting, it's probably for the best.
- HeelFace Turn: After a very long time of discovering that turning organic beings into Reapers isn't possible while the Loops are occurring, (and a brief Villainous BSoD that nearly made it Ascend and destroy the Mass Effect Loops), Sovereign decided to just abandon the whole Reaper thing completely. It's not quite a true hero, but it's not actively trying to kill Shepard and co anymore.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Killed Shepard on its first Loop. An instant Eiken Loop followed. Needless to say, Sovereign isn't trying to kill Shepard anymore. Indoctrination, however, is fine by it.
- Oh, Crap!: It's utterly terrified of Pinkie Pie.
- Once Done, Never Forgotten: Apparently had a brief "Frat boy" phase that only showed up in a few Loops, but it's not something that anyone's forgotten.
- Gun Nut: Towards some of the more impressive guns he's collected over the Loops.
- Must Have Caffeine: He even goes as far as to recreate a 21st century coffee machine.
- Literal Split Personality: There are 1183 different runtimes carried in Legion. They're not Soul-Bound, so they all Loop separately from each other.
- Playful Hacker: Once hacked Sovereign when it was unAwake. And then, she took it to the Citadel... for a flight show.
Jeff "Joker" Moreau
- Ace Pilot: Started out as this, and he's only gotten better.
- Glass Cannon: While he's apparently very capable of dishing it out, he's very bad at taking attacks.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Inverted in the DC Loops. For obvious reasons.
- Terse Talker: No time full sentences. Get straight to point.
- Stealth Expert: Apparently has been Looping for a while, but has made an effort to make sure only people from Mass Effect know that.
Captain America / Steven Rodgers
- Big Good: One of several for Marvel's heroes, and probably the biggest.
Squirrel Girl / Doreen Green
- Lethal Joke Character: Even before she began Looping.
- Blood Knight: She likes fighting. Winding up in the Dark Galaxy caused her to declare it the "best Loop ever".
Drax the Destroyer
- Gun Nut: As Carmelita finds out, Rocket has a lot of guns on his person at all times.
- Emperor Scientist: Somehow wound up taking over A.I.M. once, and managed to get Bruce Banner working for him.
- Pokémon Speak: He is, in fact, Groot.
- Evil Me Scares Me: Adam Magus, his potential evil self.
Reed Richards / Mister Fantastic
- Good Parents: Enough so that Anakin's asked him and Susan for parenting advice
Susan Storm-Richards / The Invisible Woman / Girl
- Happily Married: To Reed.
Nicholas 'Nick' Fury
- Crazy-Prepared: Similary to Batman, he devises plans to deal with the 07 and other loopers going rogue.
- Race Lift: Alternates between the white 616 Nick Fury and the black Ultimate and Cinematic Fury
Jennifer Walters / She-Hulk
- Medium Awareness: Whether hers has made the transition to Looping isn't clear.
Mary Jane Parker (Nee Watson)
- Adaptational Badass: Has taken up the mantle of Black Cat on at least two occasions.
- Mama Bear: Does not like the possibility of her daughter May time traveling (not looping, but time traveling normally).
Gwen Stacy / Spider-Woman
- Unexpected Character: Well, duh.
- Badass Boast: Had an epic one against Tirek...
- Beware the Nice Ones: She is normally extremely nice and sweet. But she has her limits and when pushed to far, she can be a dangerous threat.
- Damsel out of Distress: Let it not be said Peach cannot escape on her own when she is able.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Inflicts one on Grodus after she is already enraged.
- Friendly Enemy: He and Mario act like this.
- Papa Wolf: Do not hurt Bowser Junior. Bowser will make sure you painfully regret it.
- Mama Bear: Don't hurt the lumas in front of her. Just don't.
- Happily Adopted: By Meta Knight.
- Sinister Scythe: Averted. While she is a scythe wielder, she is a Nice Girl
- Break the Haughty: Due to being unaware of where all the loopers are getting their powers, he ends up on the receiving end of No-Holds-Barred Beatdown from Mario and later Peach.
- Unexpected Character: Who thought he would be a looper?
- Wrong Genre Savvy: Again, due to not being aware of the loops, he still assumes that Peach is the weak, Damsel in Distress she is in baseline. She proves him very(and painfully) wrong
Blues Light (DLN-000)
- Adapted Out: Due to the events of the Loops, Blues never became Break Man.
- Break the Badass: His failed Loops were traumatic.
- Cool Shades
- Demonic Possession: From the thing that caused the Crash. And it's been there for a long while. However, it's only after an incident that it gained the power to do more than thrown bad memories at him.
- Dimensional Traveler: Due to some problems getting the Megaverse online, Blues's 'home reality indicator' was damaged. As a result, he ends up Looping more into other universes than he does into the Megaverse.
- Freudian Excuse: The reason he won't go back to his "father" just yet. In one of the failed Loops he actually did just that. Unfortunately in that Loop Dr. Light had been replaced or taken over by... something which promptly strapped him down to a table and killed him. Even after everything that's happened, including said entity apparently being annihilated out of time and space, Blues is still reluctant to talk to his father because of this.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Blues is the can, with help from his magically charmed scarf and shades.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Much earlier (technically speaking) than his canon counterpart.
- Badass Normal: Has a truly brilliant and amazing set of skills... that he collected in his baseline.
- Evil Laugh: In one Loop, where he was in Wily's place and decided to roll with it, he had to remember to do the evil laugh.
- Those Two Guys: His dynamic with Silver, in his first Loop.
- Famed in Story: Has no idea where his reputation as a dragon-slayer came from, since he's only ever dealt with one dragon, and isn't usually the one who lands the killing blow.
- Badass Boast: His introduction to the MLP Loops is his list of all the things he's burnt.I am without equal! My armour is as battle steel, my teeth are swords without peer, my claws like manifold diamonds, my wings bear terror aloft with the force of a tornado, the shock of my tail cuts all defence, and my breath the ruin of a nation! I have burned Napoleon's Europe and slain five hundred dragons in the doing. I alone spread fire and destruction across Derain, Sagene and Roche, with neither the puling anchor Kailar nor his pet Storm able to stop me! Neverwinter was but blown ash by the time I left it. I have incinerated Corellia in a day and a night, defeated the mightiest battleships of the Imperium of Man, and destroyed the Volturi and all their kin!
- Bond Creature: For Bilbo, courtesy of a Pern Loop. They kept the telepathic link.
- Break the Badass: Sombra's defences showed him a vision of his worst nightmare, utterly alone on all the riches in the world, and it horrified him.
- HeelFace Turn: Gradually. Smaug has decided he's no longer interested in gaining gold or wealth, or being the last dragon standing.
- Laser-Guided Karma: He was the delivery system for the Volturi.
- Our Dragons Are Different
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Once got himself elected mayor of Laketown, with Bard as deputy mayor, and proved quite good at it.
- Smug Super: He's an egotistical ass, sure, but he can back it up. He can burn planets in a day.
- The Social Darwinist: By the time he reached Equestria, it was his belief that as the strongest being around, he had the right to take what he wished. He eventually got over it.