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Characters played by various people in Season Two of TV Tropes' own The Massive Multi-Fandom RPG.

Trope-tan (played by the current Game Master) of the many incarnations of the being known as Trope-tan; official designation Trope-tan #19450, but they all call themselves just 'Trope-tan' anyway. On an unknown mission to destroy the device called the 'Xanatos Roulette', she accidentally ends up triggering it instead, ushering in the creation of a new City; one that draws in pieces of other worlds - people and structures alike - instead of creating them from nothing. Recruiting four of her sisters, as well as gaining the unexpected help of the Anonymous collective, they struggle to find a way to stop the City from expanding and destroying countless universes.

63 (pronounced Six-Six-Six) (played by the current Game Master) androgynous, faceless being and the creator of the Xanatos Roulette, the device that started pulling in fragments of other worlds to create this new City. Official designation: Trope-tan #666. A rogue Trope-tan who created the City as a controlled environment in an attempt to expand the Trope-tans' Trope-gathering via different means of experimentation on 'Recurrent Beings', as they call them.

  • Big Bad: of Season Two.
  • The Chessmaster: 63 knew Trope-tan would come to destroy the Xanatos Roulette, and thus rigged the device to utilize power from Trope-tan's bombs as a secondary measure.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Effortlessly defeats Maria, Subaru, Bran, Jack and Wreck-Gar during its first appearance.
  • Final Boss Preview: Shows itself to a group of the heroes on Day 4 - and promptly wipes the floor with them, seemingly just for the pleasure of gloating.

Jack Noir (played by Protoplasm) Archagent of Derse, he has since killed the Black Queen and taken her ring for his own agenda, and proceeded to use its power to kill the Black King and destroy Prospit. In the City, the ring has disappeared, along with its prototypings.
  • Meaningful Name: A Jack is just below a King and a Queen in a deck of cards. Noir means 'black' in French.

Maria Renard (played by Game Guru GG)

Maria Renard appeared in the City after Alucard freed Richter Belmont from Shaft's control and fought his father Dracula alongside an inn she was staying at during her search for Alucard.


Subaru Nakajima (played by Gaunt88)

A young combat mage in the Time-Space Administration Bureau's newly-formed Mobile Section 6. While being trained by her idol, Captain Nanoha Takamachi, she helped Section 6 stop Mad Scientist Jail Scaglietti from taking the entire Bureau hostage with an ancient Belkan super-weapon. Several weeks later, she was snatched from the street by a mysterious dimensional disturbance and woke up in The City.

Dimitri (formerly played by The Great Pie)

Back for the series. (see Season 1 for more details)

Simon Belmont (played by Luke_Prowler)

Simon Belmont is a famous hero that stormed into Castlevania, traveled through it's haunted hallways, killed the monsters inside and dodged it's traps. He then slayed the dark lord himself, Dracula, and his minions. However, he did not destroy Dracula completely, and the scars from the battle worsen from a curse until he regathered the vampire's body and revived him to defeat him properly. He comes from a long line of monster hunters, wielding the holy whip Vampire Killer and has a host of skills than help in in his fight against the night. He was pulled into the city some time after the second battle with Dracula.

  • Amusing Injuries: Luke admits that he occasionally harms Simon for the humor, notably when he dirt plowed during Elemental Day.
  • Badass Normal: Simon hold no special powers, yet is able to kill mythical being many times his Super Weight.
  • Barbarian Hero: Follows the psychical description, at least.
  • Crippling Over Specialization: Because Simon's expertise is in the undead and monsters of the dark, he becomes less useful when faced with anything else.
  • Inertia Is a Cruel Mistress: When fighting Charades!Subaru, he used the Vampire Killer to pull it off of Wing Road. While he does knock it off, he dislocates his arm in the process.
    • During Elemental Day, Simon's first attempt to fly end poorly when he comes in too fast while landing and scrapes across the road. He bounced right back though.
  • Instant Knots: Used often, although that's an actual power of the Vampire Killer.
  • Kill It with Fire: The Holy Water's alternate version in East Vs. West and Underground days
  • Made of Iron: Simon gets up from attacks that would have killed most non-Supers.
  • O.C. Stand-in: Like most NES heroes, Simon had no personality to speak of and so had to be made mostly from scratch.
  • Re Vision: Simon knows how to use Item Crash even though it never appears in his games, Justified as it becomes common after Super Castlevania IV, which is the last game Simon is in and would seem odd if he didn't know how to.
  • Shout-Out: A few, mostly from the Castlevania series.
  • Spider-Sense: Simon can sense the supernatural, although it doesn't get used often.
  • Take That!: During Band Day, Simon is in the outfit that he wears in Judgment and comments that he "looks like an idiot"
  • Throwing Your Sword Always Works: Because of Day 18's curse, all of Simon's throwing knives and axes turn into full size versions, but throws them just fine.
  • Whip It Good: The Vampire Killer
  • Winged Humanoid: Becomes one during Elemental day (although it's a bit of a stretch of the element he becomes)

Spriggan (Real name Paul Wong) (played by Ominae)

A few weeks into the middle of September after returning from the City, Spriggan was summoned to Macau to assist Special Reaction Force units in protecting TGS facilities when unknown armed men tried and failed to storm the SAR's main corporate office. He reentered the City once more after being sucked into a portal from the floor of a private elevator.

He is the only member in the party familiar (somewhat aside from Deadpool) with the others as back in his world, most of them are part of known popular culture.

  • Berserk Button - If Maria's harmed in any way, prepare to get screwed. Also, don't insult him or else...
  • Cool Guns - Thanks to his knowledge/training in using various types of small arms.
  • Custom Uniform - Wears a different military/police beret and BDU with a black balaclava prior to conducting TGS operations. I guess that can said for his equipment too.
  • Electric Torture - Tortured as a young guerrilla by Kopassus operators in Timor.
  • From a Certain Point of View - Believes that people/organizations threatening people/countries are the enemy, even if they are done for the greater good.
  • O.C. Stand-in - Since the story's not totally updated/finished, some of his details are improvised.

  • Taught by Experience - Learned guerrilla tactics from his time with FALINTIL before learning military tactics.
  • Weak, but Skilled - Despite having not having powers, he makes it up with his expertise in small arms, martial arts, etc. A bit similar with Badass Normal

Zim and GIR (played by LizardOfAus)

Zim was a runt and walking disaster of the Irken Empire, sent to the farthest reaches of the galaxy to stay out of the way. GIR was his robot assistant, made from garbage, who was forever an asset and thorn in Zim's side. Together, they (attempt to) conquer Earth

RED Engineer (played by FirockFinion)

After leaving the City for a year, the Engineer finds himself back into the area for unknown reasons.

  • Badass Normal - Can fight with small arms as a means of combat.
  • Weak, but Skilled - See above; he's mainly an engineer, but he can also fight with weapons and fists.

Crona and Ragnarok (played by Oni-Lord)'s child and the Demon Swordmaster, serving as the meister of the Demon Sword Ragnarok. Crona's gender is left ambiguous, giving Crona several androgynous qualities. Crona is extremely reclusive, expressing uncertainty at interacting with others and dealing with certain situations.

Ragnarok:The Demon Sword and Crona's weapon partner. Unlike most weapons, Ragnarok is inhuman in appearance, appearing as a black creature with white eyes, gloves, and a large "X" covering his face. He was melted into Crona's blood by Medusa, giving him a symbiotic relationship with Crona.

Mashu Bran (played by ?????)

A student of the Will-O-Wisp Acadamy on the magic planet Kovomaka, this person has been spending the past weeks fighting across his solar system with his friends to rescue his teacher, a powerful wizard herself. When that mission ended, he was thinking about what to do with the rest of his life when he was taken to the city.

Takeru "T.K." Takaishi and Patamon (Formerly played by Deadbeatloser22)

Thirteen-year old veteran Japanese Digi-destined and his Digimon partner.

Shirou Emiya and Sakura Matou (played by Doctor Thunder)

An apprentice Magus who was once a Master in the fifth Fuyuki Holy Grail War, Shirou has spent the last few months in London as Rin Tohsaka's apprentice. This Shirou is taken from the Unlimited Blade Works route of Fate/stay night, so he possesses considerable tracing and projection magic, but lacks the stolen battle experience of his Heaven's Feel incarnation, and is therefore not slowly killing himself.

Shirou is, as of Day 8, the current unofficial leader of the good-aligned portion of the team. Though initially hesitant to take up this role, he has since shown to be a good tactician, despite his occasional Leeroy Jenkins tendencies.

Sakura is Shirou's timid and neighbor. She often visits Shiro's house and does chores there, mainly because she has a massive and very obvious crush on him. She seems to be an ordinary girl with a respectful relationship with her big brother Shinji Matou. In truth, she possesses a truly absurd amount of talent and strength when it comes to magic, though she'd managed to hide this fact until arriving in the city. This Sakura is from the beginning of the Heaven's Feel route of Fate/stay night, before Shirou and Sakura's Relationship Upgrade could take place.

As of Day 11, Sakura has been freed of both the tainted influence of the Holy Grail, as well as the Crest Worm her grandfather placed inside her heart. Though still quite reserved and shy, the time Sakura has spent with her surrogate family in The City is doing wonders for her self-esteem. Though initially heartbroken at the prospect of Shirou's relationship with Subaru, she has since gotten over it, deciding that she doesn't mind simply being their friend. As of Day 15, Sakura and Crona have become the third Official Couple of Season 2.

Shirou Emiya:

  • Better as Friends: Rin Tohsaka,used to discover that 63 was not all-knowing.
  • Cast From HP: Projection works like this, but on a smaller scale. If overused, however, develops into full-on Body Horror as the effects of projecting become irreversible. This would take a truly immense amount of Projecting for this to happen, but the possibility of it happening is still there.
  • Character Development: Shirou entered the City as the same stoic, overly self-sacrificing, stubborn person he was in Fate/stay night. After a week in the City, he's still got elements of all of these, but he's become much more talkative and outgoing than he was before. He's also much less likely to spontaneously decide to sacrifice himself now that he has someone to live for, as well as a close-knit group of comrades.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: This is Shirou we're talking about, after all. It's sort of his thing.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Shirou can, against the right opponent, become downright ruthless once a fight breaks out.
  • Determinator: Whether it's protecting someone, defeating an enemy, or giving Subaru a hug when neither of his arms are working, if Shirou decides to do something, it gets done.
  • Dual Wielding: When wielding Kanshou and Bakuya.
  • Field of Blades: Unlimited Blade Works.
  • Finishing Move: Quite a few of his Noble Phantasms are like this, but Nine Lives Blade Works is unique in that while it is almost a guaranteed instant kill, it tends to finish Shirou as well.
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Highschool!Shirou gets whipped into shape by his own sealed memories...of himself. The change is ultimately subtle, but he's certainly less apt to be emotionally overwhelmed now.
  • Idiot Hero: Averted big time. While he may seem reckless at times, most of Shirou's serious injuries are caused by attacks that he's intentionally not dodging, in order to hit his opponent with an even stronger attack. He is also at least above average when it comes to intelligence.
  • Imagine Spot: Shirou will occasionally imagine Fate doing something extremely cute or endearing. Made funnier by the fact that he knows these situations are often completely ridiculous, but he still continues to think them up.
    • In a less adorable example, Shirou imagines an ideal life with Subaru as he's dying after defeating 63 at the end of Day 7.
  • Magi Babble: Despite his relative inexperience with magic, Shirou seems to be doing surprisingly well at keeping up with all the jargon.
  • Male Gaze: Rarely, and he does try to be subtle about it when it happens.
  • Nice Guy: While still a good person when he arrived in the city, he was still his old stoic/Deadpan Snarker self. His early interactions with Fate and Subaru softened him considerably, though he'll still snark from time to time.
  • Normally, I Would Be Dead Now: The average battle for Shirou usually ends with his enemy flattened into paste, with him being too exhausted or injured to move, possibly bleeding out. He always gets better. Though he's had a relatively larger number of battles that didn't end this way after arriving in The City, the final battle of Day 7 exemplifies this trope.
  • Ordinary High-School Student: Was one, then became one once again on Day 6.
  • Rainbow Speak: For his various finishing moves.
  • Shout-Out: To Simon's first of many famous scenes, near the end of Day 8.
  • Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism: Shirou tends to be very much on the idealistic side.
  • Spam Attack: With Berserker's sword while using Nine Lives Blade Works.
  • Stupid Good: Shirou's first instinct when meeting Chrona was to figure out if he could convince Ragnarok to spare his current host and possess him instead. Mostly averted in other cases, however.
  • Supreme Chef: His cooking skills are almost otherworldly. A "simple" meal for him tends to be about 4 courses, unless the situation specifically calls for fewer.
  • Warrior Therapist: Shirou does his best to make sure any underlying emotional stress the party might have gets solved as completely as possible.
  • Wave Motion Gun: Excalibur
  • What Beautiful Eyes!: On Day 5, Subaru seemed quite taken with his eyes, despite the fact that he was a giant robot at the time. Since then, she's often caught herself staring into his eyes. Shirou doesn't mind at all.
  • You Are in Command Now: As of the end of Day 8, has been declared leader of the party (the good-aligned party, anyway).
  • You Shall Not Pass!: On Day 3, while Subaru is experiencing her Heroic RRoD, the two are surrounded by Zim's attack drones. Shirou destroys all of them while using his own body as a shield to protect Subaru from any harm.

Sakura Matou

Jack and Drycos (formerly played by Liirian)

Keith "Two-Bit" Matthews (formerly played by Romanmyth)

The one who only wants to have fun and tell jokes, this 'greaser' got pulled out from late 1960's Tulsa, Oklahoma, and is now currently stuck with everyone else inside 666's city. Arrived at the very end of day 5, He landed and adopted the High School AU setting rather well, and found it, among other setting uncanny to deal with. Has a tendancy to smoke and drink, for better or worse.

Takanuva (Formerly played by Chortleous)

A known Av-Matoran Chronicler who later became the Toa of Light.

Anonymous and Manga/{{Yotsuba} (formerly played by The Malignancy)

Anon's back, and he brought Yotsuba.

Harima Kenji (played by Shindenmaru)

Ex-juvenile delinquent who tries to reform by being an upcoming manga artist in Japan. That doesn't mean that he's bad in fighting and he can still fight in unarmed street fighting combat.

Wreck-Gar (played by Sir Screwloose) autobot whose vehicle form is a garbage truck. Simple-minded and Highly suggestible. Voiced by "Weird Al" Yankovic.
  • Chaotic Stupid - His alignment basically comes down to whatever was said by the last person he talked to.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass - Despite his friendly nature, he IS still a giant robot. Took out two hunters on his own, one of them simply by stepping on it.
  • Hammer Space - His "backpack" contains a seemingly infinite amount of garbage.
  • Mundane Made Awesome - Takes his garbage "delivery" duties very seriously.
  • Nice Hat - Gains one on the Western side of the city during day 3 - A stovepipe hat made from the stovepipe of his train mode.
  • The Pigpen - Not in appearance mostly, but in smell. He always has a small cloud of flies buzzing around him. It happens when you go around carrying an infinite amount of garbage.
  • Ridiculously Human Robots - Moreso than other Transformers, since he's picked up a few habits just from seeing humans do them.
  • Third-Person Person - lapses into this on the morning of Day 4; he's so confused by the body switching that he becomes convinced that he can't be Wreck-Gar.
  • Transforming Mecha - Well, duh.
  • Verbal Tic - "I am Wreck-Gar!"

Negi Springfield (formerly played by Sonicboom 282)

Fate Testarossa (played by Demovere) nine-year old mage, formerly working for her mother, Precia Testarossa, now a cadet officer under probation in the Time-Space Administration Bureau. Though possessing incredible potential as a combat mage, she is shy and reserved out of combat, as her poor life experience with her mother did not allow her to gain social experience; that changed when she met and was befriended by Earth-born mage Nanoha Takamachi.

She was brought into The City when, on a then-routine investigation, a dimensional surge caught her and dragged her in...

Sakuya Izayoi (Formerly played by Dreadnought)

Chief Maid at the Scarlet Devil Mansion. She works for her mistress, Remilia Scarlet, and is apparently the only human working at or living within the mansion. She has the power to stop time. She is known to then place knives in midair and resume time to allow these knives to fly towards her targets.

Larfleeze and Sayd (played by Udthe Imp)


Formerly the leader of a small Thieves Guild, Larfleeze and his band made the most daring heist of his lifetime, stealing treasure and artifacts directly from the Guardians of the Universe when the Manhunters were still in use. After escaping, the Guild set off for the planet Okaara using an ancient to what they thought would be a grand treasure. When they arrived there, the remaining members found an ancient temple which housed the Central Power Battery of the Orange Light of Avarice. As the last two guild members, Larfleeze and his partner Blootch, were fighting over it, Guardians came, but were unable to touch the Light themselves without being affected. Thus the Guardians made a deal: The guild Members were allowed to keep the Lantern as long as they stay within not only the planet but the entire Vega System. In return, the Guardians never to set foot in the Star System. The catch: Only one of them was allowed to keep it.....

Since then, Larfleeze has spent billions of years hidden deep within the confine of Okaara, living his sheltered life unknown to the rest of the world. It took subtle manipulations and the events of the Blackest Night in order to get him out of his little hovel. Before being brought into the City, he joined with Hal Jordan and the other New Guardians in finding the Emotional Entities that were being pursued by an unknown individual, as the rest of the universe deals with the aftermath, known as the Brightest Day.....

  • Beware the Silly Ones: Despite acting like a spoiled child and his bouts of silliness when having fun, he is still EXTREMELY powerful and CAN kill you if he has a good excuse.....
  • Blood Knight: Has tendencies of this.
  • Chainsaw Good: Likes these a lot as well.
  • Enemy Mine: Hasn't killed off any of the other heroes because of both convenience, the possibility of milking stuff out of them, and due to a treaty he made after Blackest Night.
  • Hive Mind: Subversion. Though Larfleeze can directly control all of this constructs directly, each one still have its own unique personality from before they were killed, though more greedy and less sentient.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: Every single person he has killed while in the city deserved it.
  • Only in It for the Money: Only help people if he gets paid for it in return and only helps out the heroes as a matter of convenience.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: The Orange light itself, and Ophidian the Greed Entity.
  • Shmuck Bait: Fell for the Holy Grail's lies on Day 11.
  • Villainous Glutton: The Orange Light CONSTANTLY makes him hungry, and whenever he has a meal it runs the risk of putting an establishment out of business.
  • Zerg Rush: Usual strategy when dealing with enemies.


Sayd was once one of the Guardians of the Universe, a group of beings formerly from the planet Malta and having existed since almost the beginning of the universe itself whom later took up a new home on the planet Oa, near the Center of the Universe, and created the Green Lantern Corp. Various circumstance led to her and her Lover Ganthet's exile from the Guardians, the final straw was exposing the rest of the Guardians after witnessing them tearing off pages of the Book of Oa, the sacred book of records of the entire history of the Oan race and of the Green Lantern Corp, pertaining to the Event known as the Blackest Night. Since exile, she and Ganthet traveled to the planet Odym where they created the Blue Light of Hope, and from started the foundation of the Blue Lantern Corp., meant to be a sister organization to the Green Lanterns and a deterrent for the Blackest Night.

However, through a combination of internal sabotage by the revealed to be undead Guardian Scar the manipulations of her Eldritch Abomination master Nekron, the Blackest Night eventually did occur, starting with the War of the Lights and then with the dead rising all across the universe. Despite the odds stacked against them, the heroes of Earth, with courage, Love, determination, and sometimes sheer luck, managed to rescue the Entity of Life from being killed by Nekron, thus snuffing out all Life in the Universe itself, and drive back the foul God back into the abyss it came from. After the battle, Sayd sacrificed her freedom to become Larfleeze's Guardian, to not only try to help reform Keeper of the Orange Light, but to also as a method for atoning for all the bad decisions and mistakes her fellow Guardians have done throughout the years, especially recently....

  • The Atoner: See above, but especially for the massacre of Sector 666 by the Manhunters ,despite the whole thing being Krona's fault directly.

Samuel Vimes (formerly played by Taneb)

Officially known in the ranks of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch as His Grace, The Duke of Ankh, Commander Sir Samuel Vimes. He was an ex-alcoholic who later became a respected high-ranking police officer.

Ellis (Formerly played by Marioman 19)

A goofy, beer-loving country guy who is also a mechanic, which was his profession before a zombie infestation took place in the southern parts of the United States of America.

Naoki Kashima, the Demi-Fiend (played by Light Dark Hero 250)

A powerful human-turned Demon, Left behind after the Conception. Instead of pursuing all other Reasons, he ventured into the depths of Hell, and found his true purpose. Defeat YHVH. He then travelled to the Tower of Kagatsuchi, killing even his closest friends as he travelled up and killed the Avatar of psuedo-God. Now leader of Lucifer's Army, he soon finds himself in the City.

  • Berserk Button: Whatever you do, don't mention YHVH while he is around.
  • Legions of Hell: His Demons, though their a little loud and obnoxious to be considered a real threat.
  • Power Tattoo: A Side-effect of his gained abilities, it glows an eery green in dark places, and when he's doing one of his moves, they seem to glow fully.

Lezard Valeth (Formerly Played by Shiningknight)

A sorcerer and necromancer, his is obsessed with getting Lenneth for himself. As such, he's a vile schemer and wild card for his party members. Angry at being stuck in the city twice he has begun to attempt to form his own army of badasses.

Professor Layton (Formerly played by Taco)

A stereotypical English gentleman, who enjoys solving puzzles and drinking tea. He is a professor of archaeology at London's Gressenheller University. Because of his prowess at solving puzzles and mysteries, he is well-known throughout London and the world.

Ask That Guy (Formerly played by Sir Steelman)

A rather polite man who answers questions with cynical, demented... well, answers.

Naked Snake (played by Re Dead)

The FOX operative and future leader of the MSF, FOXHOUND, Outer Heaven and Zanzibar Land is back in action!

Zero (played by Flanker 66)

A legendary combat reploid who fought against the evil tyrant Dr. Weil as part of The Resistance until his (and Weil's) death aboard the Kill Sat Ragnarok. Spirited away by mysterious phenomena, Zero woke up in the city, determined to defeat 63 (who he is convinced is Dr. Weil in a different guise).

  • Gun And Sword: He wields the Buster Shot Gun and Z-saber, though he hasn't been shown wielding both.
  • I Work Alone: Zero doesn't trust large organisations (or even individuals), which is demonstrated by his unease with Subaru's mention of the TSAB, and he feels that Spriggan is too arrogant for his own good. This is understandable considering that he has been the target of many betrayals. He seems to be becoming friendlier, though.
  • Rapunzel Hair: His hair is very long, perhaps impractically so.
  • The Stoic: Zero displays little emotion.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: He hasn't skipped a beat at seeing all of the peculiar things The City has to offer.

BLU Scout (played by X 1 Kyriaki)

Arrives in the City after falling into a portal on the floor during a mission to obtain the RED team's suitcase.

Forrest Gump (formerly played by Ronnie)

Owner of the Bubba Gump shrimp company and an ex-Vietnam War infantryman in the US military, he arrives in the City after taking a seat waiting for the bus.

Gorgutz Headhunta (formerly played by Crow T Robot)

Officially known as the Warboss of the Da Evil Sunz Clan, who was involved in three major campaigns against the military forces of the Imperium of Man and most of the other major intelligent species of the galaxy during the final century of the 41st Millennium.

Crow T. Robot and Tom Servo (formerly played by Crow T Robot)

Braig (played by Revolver J)

A cocky gunslinger scientist. He never takes anything seriously, seeing his time trapped in the City as a break from his research.

Iroh (formerly played by Akatsukin)

An awesome old firebender.

River Tam (Formerly played by spaztasm)

River is the teenage sister of Dr. Simon Tam, both of whom take refuge aboard Serenity. She was considered a child prodigy from a very young age, intelligent beyond her years and athletically gifted. Simon stated that compared to her, he is an "idiot child," despite having graduated highly in med school and finished his internship a full four months faster than normal.

SkyNet (Played by Dr Habberdash)

An AI system in the Terminator series, it declares war on mankind as a means of saving the entire planet when it became aware of itself. To survive, it launched several nuclear missiles on wipe out the human race. Transported to The City by forces unknown, he initially tagged along with the group before slipping away, taking the opportunity to create a new body to house his intelligence, and to further assess the situation.

Cadis 'Rai' Etrama Di Raizel and Frankenstein (Formerly played by Kobayashi)

Rai is a very noble, elegant, and mysterious vampire. He has no knowledge whatsoever of the 21st century, and will often become lost and confused especially with regards to modern day technology (such as using a cell phone). He is often used as the manhua's comic relief with his love of ramen and the errors he makes with technology. He has fallen into a deep slumber for 820 years, and had woken up in an abandoned building in South Korea. After seeing what most of the humans on the streets were wearing, Rai took on the uniform of a student from Ye Ran High School, which is under the administration of Frankenstein, and inadvertently followed the students there.

Frankenstein is Rai's devoted servant. He supports Rai whole-heartedly and calls him "Master". He had tried searching for his master after Rai "disappeared" and had given up and went into hiding after failing to do so. Frankenstein is the principal/director of Ye Ran High School. He was stunned to find Rai in his school office after Rai had woken up and assumed the uniform of the school's students. Frankenstein is also immensely powerful, even though some of his powers had been sealed away by Rai. Frankenstein is a very cheerful person, but becomes quite serious and calculating when the situation calls for it.



Dom Cobb (played by Ckretaznman)

Leader of a group of thieves on a mission given by Saito to destroy Maurice Fisher's empire by planting the said thought onto his son, Robert.

Kratos (formerly played by Gabriel Gloom)

Legion (formerly played by Akatsukin)

Ray (played by Liirian)

An all-around cheerful Raichu, Ray joined a resistance movement, dedicated to counteracting an Evil Overlord called The Master, in the footsteps of his late brother. Once there, Ray ascended through the ranks and eventually joined Team Ember, a young resistance team lead by a Charmander named Char, who's also a human turned Pokemon with a psychic ability called The Call. On top of this, Team Ember is mentored directly by a Scyther named Scythe, who is the leader of Team Remorse, the team his brother was in. Because of this, his dream to work under Scythe and Team Remorse is fulfilled. Though he's cheerful almost all of the time and is the first to crack a joke, he often feels a bit down deep inside.

Overlord (formerly played by Philosopher)

Simply an evil overlord who wishes to conquer the world and be the ruler.

Ghor (formerly played by EH Grayson)

A cyborg and Bounty Hunter from the Galatic Federation, Ghor is a pretty Nice Guy overall. He arrived at the start of Day Five, but was unchanged from his regular form. Unfortunately, he's been stripped of his tools & weapons, and thus must now get them back Metroidvania style.

Lloyd Irving (Formerly played by Mizagium)

Main character of Tales of Symphonia. Once but a simple country boy, Lloyd Irving is thrusted out into a journey of epic proportions following a brutal attack on his village. The Chosen of Regeneration is in fact one of his dearest friends, and after an exile from his home, Lloyd Irving joins her on her Journey of Regeneration.

Lone Wanderer (Formerly played by evilface)

The Lone Wanderer was born on July 13, 2258 to James and Catherine at the Jefferson Memorial, where they worked on Project Purity. Catherine died shortly after giving birth due to cardiac arrest. After this, James chose to leave the project. He fled with the Lone Wanderer and was then able to gain access to Vault 101.

In 2277, 200 years after the Great War, the Lone Wanderer is now 19 years old. His/Her father has disappeared from Vault 101 without any explanation. The young Lone Wanderer, with the help of Amata, leaves the safety of the Vault to look for James in the ruins of Washington, DC. After finding him, Project Purity is put back on track. However, the reunion is cut short when the Enclave demands ownership of the Project. James is unwilling to allow this and, for the sake of humanity, sacrifices himself by filling the control chamber of Project Purity with intense radiation. With his dying breath, he tells his child to escape.

Jack of Blades (Formerly played by Myrdraxxis)

An ancient and evil Hero from the land of Albion, who has all but burned his homeland in conquest for his all powerful weapon, the Sword of Aeons. This Jack of Blades takes the route that would happen if the Hero in Fable: Lost Chapters aquired the Sword of Aeons and then later wore Jack's mask, thus being possessed by the evil being.

Mr. Bud Dink (Formerly played by randomtropeloser)

Next-door neighbor of Doug who constantly invests in new inventions that are "very expensive", and end up malfunctioning. Generally, he is an inane but benevolent character to whom Doug looks for advice. His surname "Dink" stands for Dual Income, No Kids, which explains his wealth and ability to purchase so many expensive things. Due to his wife's involvement in city government, Mr. Dink spends much of his time alone.

Jane Shepard (Formerly played by Nimitz)

Shepard was born on April 11, 2154. She is a graduate of the N7 special forces program (service no. 5923-AC-2826), and is initially assigned to the SSV Normandy as Executive Officer. Shepard later becomes the first human to join the Spectres, an elite special task force for the Citadel Council.

  • Beware the Nice Ones: Shepard is open and caring to those she is friendly with. She is also adept at hand-to-hand combat and carries enough firepower to wipe out a platoon. She isn't afraid to use it, either.
  • AFGNCAAP: Shepard's appearance is not described in the RP, other than her obviously being female and that she's wearing N7 armor. This is done so players can imagine her appearance any way they like.
  • Foe-Tossing Charge: Being a Vanguard, she's capable of this.
  • Good Is Not Nice: She'll gladly kick someone's ass if s/he deserves it.
  • An Ice Person: She can fire cryo rounds from her weapons.
  • Magic Knight: She's a Vanguard.

Jackthe Ripper (Formerly played by razgat)

A known notorious serial killer in Victorian-era England, he has been made known recently once more in various media as the identity to the killer is not known even in the modern era. His background and his criminal acts have also been fictionalized in certain media too.

Ravage (played by Hudeal)

He has a beast-like robot mode that resembles a cycloptic jaguar. His alternate mode is a missile that is launched by Soundwave from orbit to the Earth. Ravage is partnered with Soundwave.

Pyrrhus of Epirus (played by Argeus the Paladin)

A Greek general of the Hellenistic era. He was king of the Greek tribe of Molossians, of the royal Aeacid house (from ca. 297 BC), and later he became King of Epirus (306-302, 297-272 BC) and Macedon (288-284, 273-272 BC). He was one of the strongest opponents of early Rome. Some of his battles, though successful, cost him heavy losses, from which the term "Pyrrhic victory" was coined. He is the subject of one of Plutarch's Parallel Lives.

  • The Atoner - He wants to amend for the mistakes he did during the Battle of Asculum.

Ciaphas Cain and Jurgen (played by Hydrall)

Ciaphas Cain- An Imperial Commissar. He was in active service in the last century of M41, and was over 200 years old when he was recalled into service during the 13th Black Crusade of Abaddon the Despoiler, and it is certain that he survived more than a quarter of a century into M42. Propaganda made him out to be the hero of the Imperium circa late M41 although in truth he was mainly focused on surviving. (However he differed from many other Imperial Commissars in that he would not readily sacrifice soldiers unless it ensured his own survival.) Cain tried his utmost to avoid engaging in actual combat, but would have to anyway to maintain his status as a Hero of the Imperium, which ironically, would involve him in more dangerous situations than any he would usually see as a Commissar. He was responsible for many successful campaigns throughout his career and retired to become a professor at a Schola Progenium.

Jurgen- Cain's personal aide. Noticeable for his powerful body odour and chronic psoriasis (which discourage others from getting too close to him), Jurgen is also a "blank", or a psychic null (which might account for other people's dislike of Jurgen as much as his hygiene problems, as can be surmised from how badly the more susceptible psykers respond to Jurgen even in friendly situations); this trait saved them both on more than one occasion. Jurgen has complete loyalty to Commissar Cain, and his unwavering dedication to him has helped both of them through many dangerous situations.

Mike Jones (played by Justa Username) veteran who appeared in the current city after being dragged through time and space from the previous city. (see season 1's character sheet for more info on him)

Asuka Langley Sohryu (played byTropers/The Malignancy) child piloting Eva Unit-02 from Germany. A known genius, she had finished her university studies at a young age. Chosen to pilot the second Eva after seeing her mother's corpse in a mental hospital.

Kisuke (Formerly played by Masked And Dangerous)

A young ninja with no memory of his past and filled with a sense of vengeance as he goes eastward to Edo from Kyo. He carries a phantom katana as his weapon. He was granted skill in the powerful Oboro style when a ghostly swordmaster saved his life by fusing his soul with that of Kisuke's.

Pohatu (played by Crow T Robot)

Django the Solar Boy and Otenko (played by Levitz 9)

Boktai's the main character of the Boktai series and the 'Solar Boy'. He wields Gun Del Sol (Spanglish for 'Gun of the Sun'), and is accompanied by Otenko. He is the son of the vampire hunter Red Ringo (who is not seen until the second game) and the moon beauty Mani. Django's home town is the city of the sun, San Miguel. Django is generally silent, but he does speak on some rare accessions.

Master Otenko is the terrestrial embodiment of the sun's will, and Messenger of the Sun. Otenko aids Django on his quest, serving as a mentor. Otenko also played partner to Red Ringo, Django's father. In the first Boktai game, he was petrified by Carmilla, yet his soul is sealed away inside Sabata. When Django defeated Sabata near the end of the first game, Otenko was set free. During a conversation with Hel, it was revealed that Otenko knew about Django and Sabata being brothers the whole time. In Boktai 2, Otenko was sealed away in Black Dainn's body. When Black Dainn is purified, Otenko is released. In Boktai 3, Otenko also decides to sacrifice himself to seal the Eternal, Vanargand, but is saved due to his strong bond with Django.

Red Mage (Formerly played by Philosopher)

Red Mage claims to be the last surviving member of an ancient order of Red Mages and as such is the most knowledgeable and versatile, yet also the most delusional, of the Light Warriors. He firmly believes the world runs according to the rules of tabletop role-playing games (such as Dungeons & Dragons) and actively tries to use knowledge of these rules to his own advantage. While this enables him to fight as well as use both White and Black Magic, he often bends the rules to absurd degrees and has, for example survived normally lethal injuries by "forgetting" to write down the damage he suffered. After his class change Red Mage gained the ability to mimic his teammates' actions.

Red Mage has been set on fire twice. Once at Dracula's castle and once at the hot springs. He stayed on fire and used it as an attack

Connor (Formerly played by Nick The Swing)

Connor is born in November 2001 in Los Angeles, California. He is a "miracle" child, a superhuman born of two powerful vampires, Angel and Darla. His birth was possible because of the Trials Angel went through in an attempt to save Darla's life. Darla was already given a second life when she was resurrected by Wolfram and Hart, and therefore could not be given another. However, Angel was still owed a life since he completed the Trials, so Connor was made as a result.

Rance (played by Light Dark Hero 250)

A perverted, but skilled, swordsman from a very strange universe. Armed with the demon-slaying Black Sword Chaos, Rance ventures across the lands to find new woman to have sex with. Returning from his trip to the land of JAPAN, he finds himself hurtling down towards the City.

The Master (played by The Great Pie)

A renegade Time Lord, the Master is the Moriarty to the Doctor's Holmes. His insanity stems from the nonstop drumming in his head.

Squidward Tentacles (played by Ronnie)

Main Deuteragonist and Spongebob and Patrick's cephalopod neighbor. His species is an octopus by the series' creators. Squidward lives in a house shaped like an Easter Island Head. He works as a Cashier at the Krusty Krab, a job he hates. SpongeBob and Patrick consider Squidward their best friend, though the feeling is not mutual. He was the main antagonist until Plankton appears. Despite being a selfish individual and displaying an unjustified air of superiority, Squidward has a large collection of self-portraits and is delusional about his talents, (such as playing the clarinet) though nobody around him considers him to be very good. T

Scott Pilgrim (formerly played by Bardic Fire)

The Hero of the Scott Pilgrim Series. Scott's life is awesome. mostly. He defeated 7 evil exes to get the girl of his dreams, He's 25 years old, He saved his gay best friend Wallace Wells from death (so he thinks) and is now fighting bad guys in a city filled with some of his favourite characters ever come to life. You'll laugh. You'll cry. This is Scott Pilgrim. This is your life.

Poppy Bros. Jr. (played by mrgameandpie)

Is a common enemy in the Kirby series. They are based off of clowns.

He is usually seen hopping back and forth around the stage. Sometimes Poppy Bros. Jr. can be seen riding on apples or a Maxim Tomato. Poppy Bros. Jr. can either have no ability, the Bomb ability, or the Cutter ability.

Deadpool (played by Fusionman)

The famous Fourth Wall breaker from Marvel Comics. Deadpool is in the city just making friends and trying to get out.

Kenpachi Zaraki and Yachiru Kusajishi (played by Agentindy)

Is a fictional character and supporting anti-hero in the anime and manga series Bleach created by Tite Kubo. He is the captain of the 11th Division within the Gotei 13. His lieutenant is Yachiru Kusajishi.

Sarge (played by Bindlestick)

Staff sergeant and leader of the Blood Gulch Red Team. A military man with a Southern United States accent, he is the only Blood Gulch soldier on either team consistently serious about the Red versus Blue civil war. His sociopathic battle plans often entail unnecessary casualties of his own men, especially Grif.

Red (played by Behold The Theremin)

The main protagonist of the Red/Blue/Green saga, based on the main protagonist of Pokémon Red and Blue and the male protagonist of Pokémon Fire Red and Leaf Green. He starts off in Pallet Town as an aspiring trainer, believing himself to be superior to his peers, who is sent on a journey to better himself as a trainer and a person, displaying amazing feats of courage and a strong sense of justice. He started his Pokémon journey with a Bulbasaur he received from Professor Oak, which evolved into Ivysaur and later Venusaur. He is rivals with Professor Oak's grandson, Green and Blue.

Inuyasha (Played by Yorjean)

A half demon swordsman who got trapped in the city after jumping into a magic well.

Mukuro Rokudo (Played by The Plot Thief)

Portrayed as the series' first primary antagonist, Mukuro Rokudo is introduced as a 15-year-old Mafia criminal who is the leader of the Kokuyo Gang, which consists of heinous criminals who have recently escaped from prison. However, later on in the series, after possessing the body of Chrome Dokuro, he takes on a more supportive role for the series' main characters, becoming somewhat of an ally rather than an enemy, though he prefers to not want to associate with them.

Terra (Played by michaelpie)

One of the main protagonists in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. Terra, along with his best friends Ventus and Aqua, is a Keyblade apprentice, and it is his dream to reach the rank of Master.

His name means "Earth" in Latin, similar to Riku's name in Japanese meaning "Land". Terra chooses Riku as his successor, making Riku destined to wield the Keyblade in the future.

Sora (Played by Grey Star)

Wielder of the keyblade, taken from his own universe after his final battle with Organization XIII, while sleeping at the wheel of his Gummi ship.

Cynthia (Played by wikflamex)

A powerful trainer who has become an Elite Four Champion, and is considered a Champion Master. Her grandmother runs the Pokémon Research Lab in Celestic Town. She likes going to the Solaceon Town Ruins. Later in Pokémon Galactic Battles, she helps fight Team Galactic.

Cloud Strife (Played by Leonhart 328)

Ex-SOLDIER turned AVALANCHE guerrilla who fought against Sephiroth to prevent the destruction of the world. He now works for Tifa providing delivery service via motorbike.

Ridley (Played by Lurker Guy)

A a high ranking Space Pirate, the arch enemy of Samus Aran, and is one of the most common recurring characters in the Metroid series, appearing in almost every Metroid game, often encountered towards the end of the game. Ridley's appearance is considered similar to a skeletal pterodactyl with glowing eyes. Ridley is known for being very defiant and persistent; though Samus has defeated him many times, he always manages to return and do battle with her, either through his healing abilities, cloning or robotic enhancements. He is also capable of speaking.

May (Played by Kiri Ame)

The female protagonist of Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald games. Her father is Norman, the Gym Leader of Petalburg City.
  • The Beastmaster - Well, yeah. She IS a Pokemon Trainer.
  • Berserk Button - She doesn't like to see Pokemon get hurt.
  • Cloudcuckoolander - May has a wild imagination.
  • The Load - At the start, kind of. It took psychic powers and a Heroic BSoD to keep her alive on her first day in the City. This was mostly a combination of her comparitively low level of power and her RPer's inexperience, though.
  • O.C. Stand-in - May's RPer is pretty much inventing her personality as she goes along.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist - She has her moments.

Green Oak (played by Bardic Fire)

to be filled.

The Rookie (played by Deadbeatloser22)

Corporal Damon's been brought back to the city after five years. He's been promoted, trained as a sniper, and spent the intervening time killing Brutes that didn't get the message that the war's over.
  • Combat Medic - Carries a small med-kit as well as guns, along with basic battlefield medical training.
  • Retcon: The stuff about him being a fully trained medic (as seen in Season One) has been excised from canon due to being the result of research issues.

Taokaka (played by souleater)

Taokaka is a respected warrior of the Kaka clan, and is attempting to apprehend Ragna the Bloodedge and use the bounty to secure a new home-land for the Kaka, and is a playable character in Calamity Trigger and Continuum Shift.

Lone Battle Droid and Grapple Droid (played by Philosopher 01)

Lone Battle Droid

- During the Clone Wars, a lone battle droid deserted the Separatist Droid Army after being disconnected from the droid collective. A B1 battle droid forged by the Trade Federation, the droid had no independent thought, as its thinking was done by a Central Control Computer. It fought in numerous battles during the Clone Wars, but was continually damaged or destroyed, only to be rebuilt with new parts.

The droid was eventually posted to the planet Antamont along with a sizable Separatist force, as part of an attack on a Republic stronghold on the world. As the droid forces marched through a narrow mountain walkway, the B1 activated a Republic land mine. The explosion caused great damage, and the droid's connection to the central mainframe was severed. With newfound freedom and independent thought, the B1 put its own survival by any means as its number one objective and fled the battle.

Grapple Droid

- First presented in Battle of Antamont. It detected a deserter B1 battle droid and tried to convince it to return to the droid army. When the B1 droid refused, grapple droid attacked, but ended up falling apart, remaining barely functioning for a short while. Grapple droid was afraid of going off-line, but the B1 eased its fears, and showed compassion by staying with it until the grapple droid eventually shut down permanently.

Fuhrer King Bradley (played by Akatsukin)

The legitimate ruler of Amestris and the commander of the Amestrian military. However, he holds a dark secret as he is a homonculus creted by a being called Father. His real name is Wrath.

Lucian (played by Azterix Endraxen)

Is one of the two the main heroes in the Lunar Knights story. Lucian is affiliated with the dark element, and wields the legendary Dark Sword Vanargand. He has long purple hair, wears a long trench coat, and wears an eyepatch to keep his dark powers in check. His Terrennial is Nero, whom he "stole" from Dumas seven years prior to the beginning of the game. Due to his exposure to darkness, Lucian stopped aging, keeping the body of a 16 year old despite the fact that he is in reality 23 years of age. Lucian is not picky about his food.

Erika Furudo (played by Maria†Holic)

A young detective who literally floated in on the sea on Day 15, bringing along with her a scythe and a large brain.

Ed and Cherry (OC) (Played by Namboto)

Ed is an Enforcer in the SED (Sony Enforcement Division) and is really violent. Cherry was assigned to him by public relations in order to curb his murderous tendencies.

Tenshi Hinanai

John Egbert (Played by Marioguy128)

The RED Spy (Played by romanmyth)

Geno (Played by Stephan Reiken)

The Star Warrior that watches over the Mushroom Kingdom and helped prevent its takeover by possessing a doll.

Stephen Colbert (Played by Marioman19)

Zoken Matou, Shinji Matou, and True Assassin (formerly played by Doctor Thunder)

Shinji is Sakura's brother, and Shirou's childhood friend. Due to the land of Fuyuki "rejecting" the Matou family, they had lost their magical potential by the time that Shinji was born. Thus, Shinji lacks a Magic Circuit (and thus, has no magical potential whatsoever). Despite this, he was somehow able to become the Master of Rider during the Fuyuki Holy Grail War, though he relied on a grimoire pre-loaded with spells for any sort of magical functions. Due to Shinji's utter lack of talent as a Magus, Rider was by far the weakest Servant in Shirou's home world, falling easily to Saber, and then ultimately killed by Berserker. Once he'd lost his original Servant, Shinji somehow managed to obtain temporary command of Gilgamesh from Kirei Kotomine. After a short while, however, it was revealed that he was merely being used, as he was turned into the physical vessel of the Great Holy Grail when Gilgamesh replaced his heart with Ilya's.

Zouken is the head of the Matou family. Cruel and unfeeling, little is known about him for the time being. However, he is an extremely capable Magus, and acted as the official seventh Master during the War, utilizing his Servant, True Assassin.

True assassin is an Assassin-class Servant who was meant to be summoned for the Fuyuki Holy Grail War, but was denied because Caster broke the rules and called in her own Assassin. He is only summoned in Heaven's Feel by Zouken Matou in order to take the Holy Grail for themselves and grant their shared desire for eternal life. His true identity is one of the nineteen original assassins, Hassan-i-Sabah. His Noble Phantasm - a form of the Noble Phantasm Zabaniya, shared by all True Assassins - is the curse-like Delusional Heartbeat, which uses the arm of Satan himself to crush a duplicate of the target's heart, crushing the real one as well.

All of these characters are taken from the Heaven's Feel scenario of Fate/stay night, meaning that they have no knowledge of Shirou's version of the Holy Grail War.

Aki (OC, played by The Malignancy)

Aki was born to an impoverished fishing family in Japan, loving parents who nevertheless were only barely able to provide the basic necessitates for their growing daughter. At the age of four they became completely unable, and she was taken by a large scientific centre known as the Facility under the (entirely truthful) pretence of being able to provide a better life for her. Goodbyes were tearful and brief, and her parents promised they'd come and visit. They never did.

She is now twelve, having somewhat bloodily escaped from the Facility several months ago. Aki is a quiet girl who spends a lot of time looking at her surroundings, has several large gaps in her memories, and can kill a man in half a second.

  • Action Girl
    • Although depending on how evil the GM is feeling, it can sometimes slide into Faux Action Girl. That also applies to more or less every female character in the RP, though.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder - Sort of. They slide out of the flesh on her wrists.
  • Children Are Innocent - Subverted.
    • Then Double Subverted. Whilst she can single handedly kill a roomfull of troops, Aki is still innocent and emotionally naive in a lot of ways. That, and fragile.
  • Creepy Child, occasionally dipping into Moe.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle - Those poor, poor raiders.
  • Gratuitous Japanese - Averted. Although ethnically Japanese, Aki grew up in an environment where English was the predominant language, and hasn't been able to speak Japanese since she was five.
  • Healing Factor - Provided by nanobots.

Ally and old friend to Trope-tan #19450, who carries the power of two different worlds.


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