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The new cast members of The Massive Multi-Fandom RPG.

Player Characters

Raspberyl (Played by Doctor Thunder)

The number 1 "Delinquent" of the Nether Institute: Evil Academy, Raspberyl is just about everything one wouldn't use to describe a demon. Kind, friendly, and always willing to help out a friend in need, Raspberyl finds herself in a corner of the Multiverse she never even knew existed.

  • Badass Bookworm: In addition to fighting almost exclusively with magic, Raspberyl is quite a good student.
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  • Badass Long Coat: The moment it came time for the group to acquire new sets of clothes, Beryl immediately sought out one of these. Given her diminutive height, however, it's not really much of a longcoat.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Averted, particularly after her interrogation by the Legion Centurion near the end of Day 5. Along with being noticeably battered, a fractured tail and dislocated wing have even made moving difficult and painful, even long after the actual injuries were incurred. Despite being mostly fixed up the day after, though not without lingering scars, Beryl's wing is still in terrible condition as of Day 8.
    • Her wing was finally mended, for the most part, by Lieutenant Ghede on Day 9.
  • Break the Cutie: Everything she'd experienced in Extremus led up to her finally reaching the breaking point during her Mindscape on Day 10.
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: Since demons have developed something of a bad reputation almost everywhere, Raspberyl has already been put under some scrutiny from others. While most of the group seems to be willing to look past that aspect, Day 5 saw Raspberyl nearly executed by Caesar's Legion for being a demon. In addition, Raspberyl has been attempting to avoid the subject of what sort of demon she actually is.
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  • In-Series Nickname: She prefers to be called "Beryl", rather than her full name.
  • Older Than They Look: Not as extreme as Disgaea 3 portrays her age, but she has said that years in the Netherworlds are twice as long as Earth years. Therefore, at 16 (32 in human years), she's actually one of the oldest characters as far as how long she's lived.
  • Odd Friendship: She and Aki have, despite being absolutely nothing alike, managed to start a sort of tentative friendship. May has also become a close friend since then, though the two of them have quite a lot more in common.
  • Playing with Fire: Her most commonly-used spells involve just hurling fireballs.
  • Poison Is Corrosive: D-Rule 3: Eco-Friendly. So much so that Raspberyl hardly ever uses it, since the potential for friendly fire is rather high and the consequences for that would be extremely bad.
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  • Technical Pacifist: While she tries to minimize unnecessary killing, she believes she would not be opposed to putting an opponent down if she has to, despite having never actually had to kill anyone before.
  • The Load: Despite her proficiency with magic and her knack for coming up with plans on the fly, Raspberyl is very worried about eventually becoming this, particularly due to her various persistent injuries. This is eventually made even worse after her Mindscape, when she fears some of the others will treat her differently and begin to coddle her due to how 'fragile' they believe she is. She turns out to be right.
  • White and Grey Morality: Everything Raspberyl once thought she knew about what it means to be a hero is being slowly picked apart the more time she spends examining her own actions and the actions of those around her. She still tends to fall mostly on the "white" side of things for the time being, however.

Garrus Vakarian (Played by Gaunt88)

Samus Aran (Played by Revolver J)

Minako Arisato (Played by Oni-Lord)

Isara Gunther (Played by Demovere)

Travis Touchdown (Played by lightdarkhero250)

Ayasaki Hayate (Played by troydenite)

Gene (Played by Luke Prowler)

May (Played by Kiri Ame)

Four years after the events of the second City, May has found herself in Extremus; older, stronger and just as terrified as before. Having spent around three-and-a-half years as Champion of Hoenn, she is a much more experienced Trainer, but it remains to be seen whether that will help her at all...

Lina Inverse (Played by Cojiro)

An arrogant sorceress who can (usually) put her money where her mouth is.

Rogue (Played by Game Guru GG)

A mutant girl with the power to temporarily absorb superpowers and memories from anyone she touches. It's potentially fatal and permanent if contact is held too long. She's a Southern runaway from a family in Mississippi and was adopted by Mystique and Destiny and joined the Brotherhood of Mutants. During a fight she hospitalized the superheroine Ms. Marvel by permanently absorbing her powers of super-strength and flight, and joined the X-Men when the psychic imprints she had absorbed threatened to drive her insane.

  • Anti-Hero: Currently type II.
  • The Atoner: She had become this after an encounter with one of Carol Danvers' ex-lovers. Arguably one even before — she shows great remorse when she comes face-to-face with Carol herself, and takes a laser blast for Wolverine, almost dying in the process.
  • Blessed with Suck: Literally.
  • The Corruption: From the actions of Dark Samus, Rogue has been infected with Phazon.
  • Flying Brick: Because of Ms. Marvel's powers.
  • Kiss of Death: Her best-known application of her power was by kissing an (Always Male) adversary and absorbing his psyche. She did this quite a few times over the course of her career.
  • My Skull Runneth Over: Variation: this is an unfortunate by-product of her absorbing powers. She retains pieces of the psyches and personalities she drains even after the powers fade. This was the reason behind her Heel–Face Turn, and it's gotten better or worse by varying degrees over the years.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: She is known as 'Rogue' to everyone, despite having the canonical name of Anna Marie.
  • The Runaway: Rogue ran away after her mutation activated and left a boy in a coma.
  • Skunk Stripe, though the positioning of the white streak is left vague.
  • Toon Transformation: Averted; Although Oswald was somewhat weakened by her powers, Rogue didn't gain anything from Oswald's other than having Four-Fingered Hands and being able to recognize Oswald's children.

Sandy Cheeks (Played by E350)

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Sandy is an antromorphic squrrel from Texas who lives in a treedom in the undersea town of Bikini Bottom. She often hangs out with Spongebob Squarepants (and has apparently saved his life enough to literally possess his rear end. No, not like that.)

She has an affinity for extreme sports, and often engages karate with Spongebob. She also works as a scientest.

It is a very bad idea to belittle Texas around her.

Rundas (Played by Lurker Guy)

Oswald The Lucky Rabbit (Played by Ud The Imp)

Kyle Katarn (Played by Flanker66)

Mike Jones (Played by Justa Username)

Kirby (Played by DJ Bidoof)

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Can't touch this.
Savior of Dreamland and voracious eater, Kirby finds himself in a most different environment when he's sucked into Extremus.

Frog (Played by Stephan Reiken)

The Knight of Guardia cursed by Magus into this Frog-like form. Aptly named Frog, he is an honorable and strong fighter

  • Cursed with Awesome: Frog's body is actually stronger due to the curse, and he would be weaker in Human form.
  • Anti-Magic: Frog's sword, the Masamune, holds Anti-Magical Properties though it doesn't go to the extremes such as entirely blocking spells, it can help guard against them and damage creatures made of or put together by magic.

The Makuta (Played by Lizard Of Aus)

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Just look him in the eye and say he ain't trustworthy.

The Big Bad of the Bionicle universe. His real name is Teridax, but he prefers to go by his title/species name of "Makuta" (specified as "the Makuta of Metru Nui" when there's more than one Makuta around) to the point that few outside his brother Makuta know what his real name even is. Once, he and the Brotherhood of Makuta created the animals and kept the peace in their Living Ship of a world. But while they worked, the Great Spirit Mata Nui got all the praise and adoration for governing the world, and the Makuta soon grew envious. He executed a daring plan, spanning over a thousand years, to wrest control of the universe away from Mata Nui, and by gum it worked. That is, up until the exiled Great Spirit unexpectedly struck back, and seemingly killed him. However, he in fact wound up in the new city with nothing but a name, not even a body. He has since acquired the identity of the sweet little 7-year old Emily, and by the look of things, his lust for power hasn't been lost either.

Red (Played by Behold The Theremin}

Jenny Wakeman (Played by Locoman)

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A walking, talking, and extremely cheerful arsenal.

Jenny "XJ-9" Wakeman is a state-of-the-art gynoid automaton created by Dr. Noreen Wakeman. Though XJ-9 was designed to be Earth's protector, armed to the teeth with a wide range of weapons, devices, and transformations, she desires to live the life of a normal teenager and often makes this desire quite apparent to her friends and creator.

Jenny's personality is often friendly and optimistic, though this also comes with being rather naive as to her surroundings. Jenny can also be somewhat of a sucker for trends, even when her mechanical designs prevent her from using them. She is also able to speak Japanese through a language OS.

Agent 47 (Played by Korodzik)

A professional, no-nonsense assassin-for-hire, dressed in an elegant suit and sporting a Bald of Awesome.
  • Anti-Hero: Type V.
  • I Work Alone: Usually so, but averted in the RP - he realizes that in unfamiliar and dangerous territory, cut off from his usual support, he should stick with a group, at least for a while.

Griff (played by Mariogy128)

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The aspiring Lord of Darkness himself.

Griff is a demon that attempted to unseal an ancient power in his world in order to bring the demons back to power. He was stopped by Recette and Tear before things could get out of hand. He is an adventurer in the game and he attacks with claws.

  • Surrounded by Idiots: What he thinks of the others in his group and how he constantly feels while in Extremus.

Matt Miller (played by Plumbum)

The bitch-with-a-keyboard leader of the Deckers in Saints Row: The Third.
  • I Just Shot Marvin in the Face: Shows an ineptitude towards gun safety upon entrance.
  • The Load: Although not completely useless, he is lacking in ability to use every single weapon he carries and normally cowers and hides upon meeting any threat, as well as his choice of attirenote  being an active detriment to any stealth.

Molly Millions (Played by Lavos)

Magog (Played by Mr Maestro)

A former super-powered vigilante, now dealing with the guilt of having inadvertantly caused the deaths of over one million innocent people. Though repentant, he remains anti-social, gruff, and stand-offish.

Katsuya Suou (Played by Aedriane)

A police sergeant of the Sumaru City police force. He is a Persona user, having awakened during an encounter with the serial killer JOKER. He uses Persona of the Justice arcana.

Guan Yu (Played by Aken Jizo)

The strongest and most well known General of the Kingdom of Shu. His strength gained him the title of God of War. He uses the Green Dragon, which is basically a spear with a Chinese curved sword for a blade.

Hisoka (Played by dreamgor)

Reaver (Played by Indifferent Pragmatist)

Liu Kang (Played by Test Your Might)

Once, Liu Kang was the champion of the realm of Earth. But he was slain in an act of trickery by his nemesis, Shang Tsung. For four years, his body and soul were separate. While his spirit aided Earth in whatever way he could, his body was zombified and forced to slay innocent people by a corrupted god. When Armageddon came, Liu Kang's spirit was one of the few present who survived. He had no way of being able to fix the realms ravaged by Mortal Kombat. He is the last fragment of his world to survive.

Isaac Clarke (Played by Darkomega245)

Notable NPCs

The Bloodhoundsnote 

A group of extremely competent individuals who have thus far managed to utilize superior tactics and resources to match or even overpower the parties, despite appearing to be nothing more than highly-trained soldiers. Their name was later discovered by Group A, while Kyle Katarn learned during his infiltration mission that at least one of their objectives appears to be hunting down every Trope-tan in the Multiverse for reasons as-of-yet unknown. Notable members include Nathan Crossnote , Kokoro Hatsuse note , and Hector Garcia note .

Trope-tan #666, also known as "Sixes" (Played by Doctor Thunder)

The primary antagonist of Season 2. After being attacked inside her own jail cell by a small number of Bloodhounds, Sixes disposed of them and headed to Extremus in their ship, only for it to be destroyed by Extremus' atmosphere. Sixes managed to survive impact, but was stranded on a desert island, where she was soon found by Group A. Both Aki and May objected very strongly to her presence, to the point of outright violence, but Sixes managed to convince at least the majority of the group that things were not as they seemed. Only time will tell if she is being sincere, however. At the very least, she appears to believe what she is saying.

  • Berserk Button: Others lying about her, especially to her face, which May managed to inadvertently press on Day 7. She also very much resents being called a villain, as she claims her motives are not only for the greater good, but not actually all that extreme. A subsequent exchange of information on Day 8 has since proved her to be telling the truth.
  • Dual Wielding: Her primary method of fighting involves using twin hilt-less lightsabers, which she is able to create out of thin air.
  • Glass Cannon: While extremely competent in combat and capable of running circles around most opponents, it doesn't take much to disable her, assuming one can actually hit her.
  • Poor Communication Kills: Season 2 could have been over in a week had the party not attacked her on sight every single time she showed up to explain things. The second and third weeks were a result of Sixes needing to replenish her supply of Meta for regenerative purposes after the party had cut off both her arms, as well as her simply wanting revenge.
  • Pride: Despite being far from the villain she initially seemed to be, Sixes is slightly arrogant and standoffish at times. There have already been glimpses of a kinder side to her, however.
  • Super Speed: Noticeably quicker than the rest of the cast.
  • The Spark of Genius: The majority of her technology is this right now, which is something she was attempting to ultimately change during Season 2. Due to the party's intervention, that didn't turn out as she had planned. Sixes is understandably bitter about that.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: She genuinely had the Multiverse's best interests in mind during Season 2, and most of her methods were never actually very extreme.
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