The protagonist, a brash, teenage Pokémon trainer who started his trainer journey Because Destiny Says So, and isn't very happy about it, especially because he is thrusted into adventure by help of his Too Dumb to Live neighbour Boulet, and But Thou Must! strategies from Prof. Rowan. He then spends his time complaining about every little but genuinely stupid thing he comes across, such as trainers forcing him to battle with him, people blocking his path for arbitrary reasons, and everything in the world being based on Pokémons. He however is perfectly able to fare against trouble all by himselfn which really helps him against the true antagonists who quickly replace Team Galaxy and completely change the dynamic of his journey...
- Ambiguously Brown: Nobody knows what origin he is from. Actually, he is just a fictional character in someone's head, but no nationality was given to him anyway. He is just kinda brown. Indian? Native American? Arabic? No one knows.
- Back from the Dead: In the remake, he gets shot in the head by Mad Scientist Palladium and put in a glass tube for unknown reasons. His spirit goes through some kind of Battle in the Center of the Mind which allows him to come back to life.
- Boisterous Bruiser
- Gag Penis: Everyone around him has quite a surprised, and somewhat [[Squick disgusted]] reaction when he comes back from the dead. Naked.
- Good Old Fisticuffs: Tends to fight bare-handed more frequently than anyone else.
- Henshin Hero: Becomes one against his will because of how the Pokégauntlet's Pokéarmor function works. He is even forced to say "Henshin" to activate it because it was designed that way for no specific reason other than the author is a Kamen Rider fan.
- Holy Hand Grenade: Gets light-based/godly powers when Arceus gives him his strenght for the final battle. He keeps them after that but doesn't really know how to use them aside from making his fire attacks more powerful.
- Naked on Arrival: When he comes back from the dead and gets out of the glass tube Palladium put his corpse in. Everyone in the room just puts the ongoing fight on stand-by so he can put some clothes on.
- Name's the Same: With Kamen Rider Zeronos, he was named after him but apart from his childish and brash personallity, he has nothing to do with him let alone with Kamen Riders
- Playing with Fire: When using his Infernape Pokéarmor.
- Power Fist: His Pokégauntlet
- Retcon: His name was changed in later fanfics to simply "Zen", especially since he was supposed to have Crossovers with Kamen Rider. Having two Zeronoses at the same time would be awkward.
- Sociopathic Hero: He frequently punches whoever annoys him too much, were it a random Bidoof, a trainer wanting to do a Pokémon battle against him, a random NPC who stops him for no particular reason... He still actively fights against the bad guys and even gets God's help for the final battle. Well, Arceus', anyway.
- Transformation Trinket: His Pokégauntlet.
- Would Hit a Girl: He once tried to punch Dawn in the face, with his Pokégauntlet on no less, but Boulet popped out of nowhere and took the hit for her for no reason.
The protagonist of X-Terra. A young Pokémon trainer who lives in the space station "Phi" along with other human refugees who are trying to escape the ongoing war on Earth between Pokémons and surviving humans. Rather cold, but attractive and cool enough that he has quite a reputation among girls. Although he is quite a loner and doesn't really seem to want anything out of life anymore. The fact that he is a "shadow" makes him a target for a malevolent anti-shadow organisation, as well as other innocent shadow people who live around him. He suddenly gets the motivation to fight back and help Phi's inhabitants by joining The Guardians and stop the mysterious organisation's regular assaults.
- The Ace
- Bifurcated Weapon: Like all the other Guardians, his Pokégun can be used as, well, a gun, or can be transformed into a close range energy weapon. Although in his case it becomes a water whip.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Like a lot of other "shadow" people, the fact that he has unstable dark powers doesn't make him a bad person. He even actively uses his shadow powers to fight against his genuinely evil opponents.
- Jerkass: He doesn't act very nicely with the people around him. Not because of a malicious intent though, he just runs on Brutal Honesty and Not Good with People. His lack of expressinevess doesn't really help matters.
- Making a Splash: Aside from Riolu, only has Water-type Pokémons, ang gets a water whip when he joins The Guardians.
- Mary Sue: Is quite respected and liked by most of the cast despite his inexpressiveness and apparent lack of motives. He also is very skilled in battle. Zeronos doesn't like him precisely because he is ridiculously overpowered and doesn't have any clear personnality to talk of, though. And also because he is a pretty boy.
- The Stoic
- Whip It Good: The prototype Pokégun given to him when he joins The Guardians,instead of having a Laser Blade mode like the other models, it generates a whip made of water.
Actually the same character as Zeronos from DP+QJ and X-Terra. His name was retconned and his personnality is slightly different because he is an actor, but he's still very similar to the characters he plays, to the point of being a Composite Character of all the roles he portrayed in other fanfics.
- Badass Boast: Claims he knows Shotokan Karate, Jeet Kune Do and has some notions of Hokuto Shinken to Kamen Rider Blast. Who responds by tackling him into a wall at sonic speeds.
- Combat Pragmatist: Uses very irregular fighting techniques, doesn't hesitate to ask for other character's help to fight against a lone opponent and can even resort to groin attacks if he sees an opening.
- Designated Hero: Granted, he was the protagonist of other fanfics, but he still is a guy who didn't ask anything and gets dragged along in wacky adverntures anyway. Other characters from his world know much more about Kamen Rider than he does and are much more heroïc and skilled than him. The action centers on him just because.
- Flat "What": Utters two of them when Eiji and Kougami tell him about the Ridevenders being soda dispensers that can turn into bikes.
- Forgotten Phlebotinum: He has Pokémons with him, but rarely uses them because he doesn't trust their utility. The one time he uses them, they get knocked out very quick and lampshades that it's the fact that they aren't useful in the situations he gets in that got him to start ignoring them.
- Groin Attack: Does that with an Elemental Punch to Kamen Rider Blast
- Nigh-Invulnerability: Is apparently protected by Looney Tunes-esque laws as he can survive falling from the last floor of a skyscraper or getting knocked through walls by a supersonic tackle, and getting back up only a few moments later. He even gets crushed under one of the Den-Liner's cars, wakes up in bed with bandages and casts and is already up to go to another city at the start of the next chapter.
- Pintsized Powerhouse: He is rather short, to the point he barely has to do a low punch in order to hit an opponent's sentitive areas...
- Unskilled, but Strong: Not exactly unskilled, but lacks mastery over his supposedly godlike powers, he can prove to be very quick and accurate at close quarter combat, but only on a human level. Most of his opponents are much more powerful than that and he resorts to enhancing his attacks with his fire and light powers and hoping the opponent will not dodge or block.
- Wrestler in All of Us: Tries a dropkick on Blast on his first encounter against him.
A sub-species of [[Game/Pokemon Deoxys]] who appeared only once before, as a villain in a short spin-off fic. He's actually a very mild-mannered guy... Er, alien. Is thrown into the adventure along with Zen, but even as a member of the main team of portagonists, he tends to stay in the background, comment on the situation and ask questions when things get confusing.
- Barrier Warrior: One of his favorite combat techniques is creating psychic barriers, wether to protect himself and his teammates, or to put them in his opponents' way. He tried that against Blast, but he was running so fast he actually broke through them.
- HumanoïdAliens/Starfish Aliens: He's a Deoxys, so he's got two arms, two legs, a torso and a head. But his face only has eyes, his legs don't have feet at their ends, his arms are described as flat and he has a pair of nightfly-like antennae on his head.
- Psychic Powers: Can fly, shoot psychic blasts channeled from his torso gem and through his arms, and create protective barriers.
- The Quiet One: He's the less talkative of the main team, because he doesn't have as much exposition to do as Tsukasa, and he doesn't banter around like Zen.
Kamen Rider Blast
An evil Kamen Rider working for a mysterious organisation. Uses Gaïa Memories, can run extremely fast and will apparently stop at nothing except a good challenge to accomplish his goals.
- Blow You Away: Can move fast enough to create powerful winds.
- Expy: Blue, spiny, runs very fast and has to collect seven Gaïa Memories named the "Chaos Memories". Hmmm... On top of that, from the Memories he has to find, the first one was Laser, and the second is apparently Drill.
- Finishing Move: His Maximum Drive involves running so fast around his opponent(s) that they get caught in a tornado. Fortunaletly, Kamen Rider Decade interrupts him when he tries that on the main group of heroes.
- He can also use Maximum Drives with his Chaos Memories, using Laser made him shoot Frickin' Laser Beams from his fingers all around him.
- Groin Attack: Receives one from Zen.
- Lightning Bruiser: Moves extremely fast. Is also quite buff, can hit you at supersonic speeds and withstand being hit in the back by a GIANT DRILL.
- Super Speed
Revived by Anti, Eternal now works with him. Character tropes for the character's official portrayals can be found here.
- Blood Knight: Is apparently quite happy to fight five embodiments of human desire, alone with his trusty battle knife.
- Knife Nut
- My Suit Is Also Super: Not even his clothes get damaged by claws, electricity or even FIRE.
- Nigh-Invulnerability: Can fight against FIVE Greeeds at the same time, take all their attacks and still be perfectly fine. WHILE IN HUMAN FORM.
- Playing with Fire: His arms in Red Flare form can generate fire, but he didn't get to use it yet because Blast had to retreat along with him.
- Powerup Letdown: When he finally decides to try out his rebuilt Eternal Memory, he only gets the Red Flare form, basically an inferior version of the Blue Flare form he was used to. The flame pattern on his arms are red instead of blue, all his Memory Slots are gone, his Eternal Edge is missing, and there's no cape!
The antagonist. A mysterious man who revived and recruited a bunch of evil Riders, as well as some Kaijins and human villains from other Kamen Rider worlds, for still unclear purposes.
- Atomic F-Bomb: Lets out a good old "FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUU-" when he fails to stop the Den-Liner from fleeing even after casting an electric tempest on it.
- Badass Cape: Gets one in his Super Mode.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Tended to look a little bit incompetent despite the fact that he recruited so much villains, including ones he personnaly brought back from the dead. Then, when Kamen Rider Den-O gets in his way, he decides to face him directly to show what he's worth of to his underlings. Cue horror Super Mode.
- Casting a Shadow
- The Chessmaster: Apparently planned a lot of stuff, but doesn't bother to say what even to his minions. He is focused on finding seven Gaïa Memories that Blast can use, holds ratings of how much good Riders are threatening to his plans and claims some of them have to be left alive for his plans to go as planned.
- Cool Mask: One that allows him to assume a Super Mode, apparently. It's also hard enough to completely deflect a sword strike and be completely fine.
- Cool Sword: Has a pair of swords whose blades are so twisted, they can almost hurt just by being looked at.
- Dark Is Evil: Clearly has shadowy powers that allow him to teleport, manipulate and even attack objects from a distance. His Super Mode has so much dark energy flowing around him, it could take the form of a giant "EVIL" floating above him that it wouldn't be any less subtle.
- Dual Wielding
- The Faceless: His face is always hidden in complete darkness wherever he goes.
- Nightmare Fuel: His Super Mode. Twisted, upside down White Mask of Doom? Check. Medusa hair? Check. Evil overwhelming aura? Check. Disturbing theme? Check. He was a little bit sinister in his normal form, his Super Mode just shows he has much more evilness going on in him...
- Malevolent Masked Men: Of the White Mask of Doom variety. It has at first a neutral expression, but when Anti puts it on his face... Upside-down... Its expression suddenly twists to one of pure horror and pain as Anti goes Super Mode.
- Mook Maker: Can apparently use some kind of dark crystal-like substance to create and revive minions, including evil Riders. He even used it to create an evil Rider of his own as well as a new Greeed.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Anti is just a pseudonym. He had other ideas for how he should be called, such as Doctor Shadow, Lord Nega and Yami No Kamen, but he opted for the simplier yet more mysterious one of the bunch.
- Sharp-Dressed Man: A black tux on top of a blood red shirt.
- Shock and Awe: Can create electric tempests on top of being able to manipulate darkness for pretty much anything.