As we said before, we can't keep track of all of them. So, let's make this easier for you, shall we? Or more easier, give or take.
The god of Cartoon Network.
Megatron's faithful (we think) Decepticons. However, they hide the fact that they never really made it to their version of Earth and go around as nomads. They include Starscream (shown earlier), Soundwave, Knock-Out, Breakdown, Airachnid (really Flamewar), Dreadwing, Shockwave (formerly), and Predaking.
- A Day in the Limelight: 'Two Worlds, One Soul' was one for not just Megatron and Tyr'Rhanee, but also the crew (excluding Predaking for some reason).
- Shockwave was later recruited by Sir Cinemacus in 'Revival of N' to oversee Ice King's recovery, but then became an antagonist in 'Logic Dictates'.
- Abhorrent Admirer: Knock-Out to Breakdown, who doesn't swing that way.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: It's clear that Megatron has nothing but respect for Soundwave, considering he was outraged to see that Soundwave's Martian self had the same name.
- Go Mad from the Revelation: Shockwave, upon discovering magic, furiously denies it and goes to extreme measures to rid himself of it. Eventually, he breaks down after becoming an antagonist for an episode and is forced into medical care.
- Official Couple: Breakdown and Flamewar are an item, even as she's disguising herself as Airachnid.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: Due to being supplied by Sir and not having any real direction, they're not much of a threat.
- Pretty Freeloader: Flamewar appears to be this, judging by the fact that Megatron doesn't know she's around.
- Undying Loyalty: Soundwave and Dreadwing are the star examples.
- The Voiceless: Soundwave, of course.
The ruler of the Warner Bros. version of Mars and Megatron's long-distance conjunx-endura.
- Love at First Punch: Safe to say, the meeting between her and Megatron wasn't smooth at all, considering he tried taking over her planet and fighting her to a stand-still. They ended up enjoying each-other's company soon.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: She always fights on the front-lines, as Megatron found out.
The famous Loch Ness Monster.
- Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Not really a dinosaur. She's an Elasmosaurus, by the looks of it.
- Foil: To Con-Rit. Both are sea monsters that usually keep away from society, but while he's a crazed and nightmarish-looking predator with high levels of aggression, she's a gentle, shy, and beautiful creature.
- Light Is Good: She's bright white and quite gentle.
- Oh, Crap!: Her expression and behavior when Con-Rit shows up.
- Shrinking Violet: She's positively adorable and very shy.
A trio hailing from Stormalong Harbor that consist of the naive adventurous child Flapjack, the grizzled braggart Captain K'Nuckles, and the motherly whale Bubbie. Naturally, during the second arc, they get caught up in the Colonel Kernal mess.
- Badass Normal: On their own, they can actually pull their own weight, as evidenced against Karkinos and in the final battle.
- Interspecies Adoption: Bubbie to Flapjack when she found him abandoned on a bed of seaweed.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: K'Nuckles is rude, lazy, and the closest thing to an alcoholic relative to Flapjack, but he does care for his compatriots, as he's willing to throw down with Kernal for their safety.
- Let's Get Dangerous!: The moment K'Nuckles is filled with Z-Squared's energy, he almost becomes a different person by absolutely trouncing Colonel Kernal.
- Mama Bear: Harm Flapjack with the other two in the room. We dare you.
- Tranquil Fury: When K'Nuckles is empowered by Z-Squared's energy, he's mostly doing this.
The Sea Monsters
Consisting of of Scylass (a giant squid that Starscream had to deal with), a Basilosaurus (that got involved in a time travel incident with the Team), Me'Du'Sah (a giant Jellyfish surrounded by smaller Moon Jellies), Karkinos (a now dead Giant Crab), Nagasas (a giant Oarfish), and the Black Flame (a giant fire-breathing Manta Ray that could fly). They all helped to stop Colonel Kernal, the one that captured them. Afterwards, they left for sea.
- Breath Weapon: The Black Flame, a giant flying Manta Ray, can breathe freaking FIRE!
- Dark Is Not Evil: They're just neutral. Though, Karkinos could be an exception.
- The Dog Bites Back: They aren't too happy with being imprisoned by Colonel Kernal during the second arc.
- Electric Jellyfish: Me'Du'Sah and her Moon Jellies.
- Enemy Summoner: Me'Du'Sah and her horde.
- Super Powered Mooks: The Moon Jellies can even give people electricity.
- Eye Scream: The Basilosaurus suffered this by Rolf's hand. Karkinos got one by K'Nuckles's last bottle of maple syrup.
- Five-Man Band: Excluding Karkinos. Though, if he was around, he would probably be the Token Evil Teammate.
- Flying Seafood Special: The Black Flame and Me'Du'Sah's Moon Jellies.
- Giant Enemy Crab: Karkinos fits the bill perfectly.
- Giant Flyer: The Black Flame.
- Giant Squid: Scylass fits this department.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Karkinos by plasma beam.
- It Can Think: They've shown some signs of this, such as The Black Flame being somewhat cocky.
- Killed Off for Real: Karkinos by Metal Gear RAY. He kind of had it coming.
- Lady of War: Scylass, the Basilosaurus, and Me'Du'Sah.
- Leitmotif: Each have their own.
- Milking the Monster: Godzilla does this with them, though a bit more rousingly, to beat Colonel Kernal.
- Not So Above It All: The Basilosaurus is honestly a bit flustered at high-fiving Bubbie.
- Pink Means Feminine: Scylass's default color.
- Power Up Mount: The Moon Jellies, especially the large ones.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: The Black Flame.
- Restraining Bolt: They are given the same one as Metal Gear RAY.
- Sea Monster: DUH!!!
- Seldom-Seen Species: The Basilosaurus.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Nagasas when compared to the others.
- Ship Tease: With the Basilosaurus and the Black Flame.
- Shock and Awe: Me'Du'Sah and anyone she/her Moon Jellies empower.
- Lightning Can Do Anything: Might as well be this.
- Slippery as an Eel: Nagasas.
- Super Empowering: Me'Du'Sah can do this to anyone, loading them with electric powers.
- Swallowed Whole: The Basilosaurus came to regret doing this to Ed. Morally, no, but...
- Would Hurt a Child: Maybe the Basilosaurus. Definitely Karkinos.
Metal Gear RAY
Based around stolen plans, this hulking machine was originally a 40-something year old computer chip that was retrofitted into a deadly weapon for the dastardly Colonel Kernal. Due to an accident involving exposing him to terrifying war footage, the machine gained a positive and peaceful outlook at life. The colonel took it upon himself to rid him of these. His role in the second arc involves him craving freedom and eventually putting an end to his master's evil. He currently resides in Stormalong alongside the person that helped him the most. A boy named Flapjack.
- BFS: As in his original incarnation, his right 'wing' can unsheathe a massive blade.
- Back from the Dead: Tafeli repairs him with nothing but duct tape and glue after he's destroyed by Colonel Kernal.
- Came Back Strong: Oh, YES.
- Because You Were Nice to Me: The main reason he defects to Flapjack's team.
- Big Damn Heroes: He performs this in his first appearance and then twice more after that.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome: Has this, being a machine exposed to heroic acts by accident. It works to everyone's advantage, though.
- Do Androids Dream?: He may seems like a cold automaton, but he's actually kind and heroic in the inside.
- The Dog Bites Back: He's the one to ultimately kill Colonel Kernal.
- Friend to All Children: Flapjack is the one who gets through to him the best.
- Gatling Good: He has a few of these mounted onto him.
- Gentle Giant: Comes off like this.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Is bisected in half by Colonel Kernal after his betrayal. He gets better.
- Actually, he did this to Karkinos with a blast of his plasma beam. Later, he does what Colonel Kernal did to him...to Colonel Kernal. Ouch.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Attempts this, but he actually lives. He was going up against an army of Shrimp Drones, mind you. But then...see above.
- I Just Want to Be Free: Once he figures out what freedom is again, he's adamant about this.
- Leitmotif: Rules of Nature. Duh.
- Lightning Bruiser: He's actually quite quick for his size. And he can pummel you just as well.
- Machine Monotone: Speaks in this.
- Macross Missile Massacre: One of his attacks.
- Official Couple: With Bubbie the whale after all they go through.
- Parental Substitute: Possibly becoming the father figure in Flapjack's life, seeing as how he and Bubbie became an item.
- Plasma Cannon: Has one in his mouth.
- Red and Black and Evil All Over: All though he serves Colonel Kernal (for a while), he's definitely not evil.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: For his enemies, DO take warning.
- Restraining Bolt: If he acts out of line, Kernal activates a device that plays a really bad rendition of 'Under the Sea'.
Amy and Friends
A group of Pokemon that consists of Amy (A Goodra, the leader, and Doc's bubbly girlfriend), Phoebe (a sly Mismagius), Sal (a ditzy farmgirl Maractus), Miranda (a stoic Scolipede), Argost (a headstrong Aggron), and Felicia (a nerdy Flygon).
- A Day in the Limelight: They're the heroes when Dr. Siek makes his debut.
- Ambiguously Gay: The subtext between Phoebe and Sal isn't exactly subtle. Felicia is a straighter example in terms of her...sister?
- Boisterous Bruiser: Argost is pretty keen on telling others about how strong he is, but he's not exactly a jerk about it.
- The Ditz: Sal, natch. If it's not nonsense, it's naivety.
- Genki Girl: Amy and Sal fit the bill.
- Incest Is Relative: Heavily implied with Felicia and her sister. Uh...
- Nerds Are Sexy: Felicia, according to Argost.
- The Stoic: Miranda is basically unflappable...unless your name is Dr. Bitch Spasms.
Ice King/Simon Petrikov
The princess-snatching ice wizard of Ooo. In this series (well before the AT finale), his crown is taken and he reverts back to his old self, but has only a limited amount of time to live.
- Affably Evil: He's not the worst person to be around. He's just...got issues.
- An Ice Person: His usual self is adept with ice magic, but he's still kind of a fool.
- Killed Off for Real: For a while when Manimal blasts him. Shadow-Squared ensures he gets better, but he comes back as Ice King.
- Nice Guy: He's a bit chummy as Ice King, but his real self is this.