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    The BFFL 

Amethyst van der Troll

Voiced by: Britt McKillip

Amethyst van der Troll is a total sweetheart, and acts as the heart of the BFFL. She's generally kind and eager-to-please, but can be hard on herself in tough situations. Amethyst was the last of her friends to get her gem glow, and finds she's a natural spellcaster. Her boyfriend is the cute, clumsy Coal, and her Ancient is her grandma.

Ruby Trollman

Voiced by: Chiara Zanni

Ruby Trollman is the unofficial leader of the BFFL. Coming from a rich family, she can be spoiled, self-centered, and abrasive, and has trouble asking for help or admitting when she makes mistakes. Ruby's also not the best spellcaster, but she has nerves of steel and never backs down from a challenge. Her boyfriend is the muscle-bound Rock, and her Ancient is Obsidian.

Sapphire Trollzawa

Voiced by: Alexandra Carter

Sapphire Trollzawa is smart and ambitious, and takes studying and learning more seriously than her other friends. She can be shy at times, but Sapphire knows quite a lot about history, science, and much more, making her useful in dangerous situations. Her boyfriend is the nerdy Alabaster, and her Ancient is Mr. Trollheimer.

Onyx von Trollenberg

Voiced by: Anna Van Hooft

Onyx von Trollenberg is a not-so-scary goth. She has morbid interests and can be sarcastic at times, but she's a genuinely good friend who's willing to listen, even if she strikes off alone at times or has trouble asking others for help. Onyx is not good at driving, but is good at casting spells. Her boyfriend is the emo poet Flint, and her Ancient is Spinell.

Topaz Trollhopper

Voiced by: Leah Juel

Topaz Trollhopper is a fashionista, and isn't always aware of what's going on at times. Silly, sweet, and serious when she has to be, Topaz tends towards the quirky side of things, which can help her friends in a bind. Her boyfriend is the hip-hop cool guy Jasper, and her Ancient is Zirconia.

    The Ancients 


Ruby's Ancient. Obsidian helps run the spell shop at the mall, and has a wide array of knowledge. She mentors the Trollz as a whole, and was the first of the Ancients they met. Sometimes her advice can be cryptic, but she generally has a good reason for keeping secrets. She and the other Ancients fought Simon 3,000 years ago.

Amethyst's Grandma

Amethyst's Ancient, of course. Grandma van der Troll is as sweet as her granddaughter, and is always eager to listen or help if the situation calls for it. She is knowledgeable about spells, and has several magic artifacts in her possession for safekeeping.

Mr. Slate Trollheimer

Sapphire's Ancient. Mr. Trollheimer is the 9th-grade science teacher, and is bookish and smart, though he tends to get captured or injured at times. He and the other Ancients fought Simon 3,000 years ago.


Topaz's Ancient and Spinell's wife. She fought Simon long ago alongside the other Ancients, but it came at a cost—he imprisoned her within a tree for 3,000 years, draining her magic. Like Topaz, Zirconia can be quirky, but she shares her passion for fashion and is a powerful sorceress. She also has psychic powers.


Onyx's Ancient and Zirconia's husband. Like his wife, Simon imprisoned him for 3,000 years—this time as a fire-breathing dragon made to guard the tree Zirconia became. Spinell tends to be snappy and sarcastic, but is good at magic, even if the long imprisonment drained his powers some. He has psychic powers as well.




Voiced by: Reece Thompson

The main villain of the series. Simon is a gremlin who's over 3,000 years old, and was banished to the Shadow World for imprisoning two of the five Ancients, turning most of the good magic evil, and destroying the world of the Trollz as they knew it. His actions led to magic being greatly reduced for Trollz. Once the BFFL accidentally free him, he intends to finish what he began and conquer the world—but luckily, the Magic of the Five can put an end to his evil plans. Simon isn't one to give up so easily, though, and returns again and again to take over Trollzopolis.


Voiced by: Janyse Jaud

Simon's sidekick and pet. Snarf looks like a cute puppy, but can transforming into a ravenous, rampaging ogre-beast at will. Luckily, Snarf isn't too bright, and he tends to be banished alongside his master whenever their plans are foiled.

The Dragon

A dragon Simon employs to guard Zirconia's tree. His true form is actually Spinell.

    The Boys 

Coal Trollwell

Voiced by: Jesse Moss

Amethyst's boyfriend. Coal is cute and clumsy, and is generally the most sensible of the boys—but he does have a mischievous side now and then. He rides a hoverboard.

Rock Trollhammer

Voiced by: Matt Hill

Ruby's boyfriend. Rock is all muscle, and isn't too bright, but his love for Ruby and determination to help are sincere.

Alabaster Trollington III

Voiced by: Samuel Vincent

Sapphire's boyfriend. While nerdy, Alabaster comes from a rich family, and his state-of-the-art technology has helped the BFFL more than once.

Jasper Trollhound

Topaz's boyfriend. He used to have hair until a hair-removal spell was cast, but dug how it went with his hip-hop style. Jasper likes parties and music, as well as being cool—but what he likes most is being yourself.

Flint Trollentino

Onyx's boyfriend. Flint is an emo poet who plays a rocking guitar, and while his poems may be out-there his heart is in the right place.


Coral, Opal, and Jade
Jade, Coral, and Opal.

Coral Trollarwise, Opal Trollangel, and Jade Trollberger are the cheerleaders at Trollzopolis High, and are frequently mean to the BFFL. Coral in particular is spoiled, haughty, and perpetually stuck-up.

Mica and Shale

Villains for episodes 7-9. Mica is a hotshot Skoot racer, while Shale is his girlfriend, and they have designs on Sapphire to help Mica win the big race.


The test subject for many of the Spell Moments, whether he likes it or not.

  • The Chew Toy / Iron Butt Monkey: Each episode has a "spell moment" where one of the BFFL uses Kaboom as a test subject for a spell and Hilarity Ensues. No matter what happens to him on each spell moment, his next appearance shows no residual effects.
  • The Dog Bites Back: The spell moment in "Not-So-Good Old Days" features Ruby using a spell to make Kaboom's ears grow abnormally large. Kaboom uses a caller ID that makes the spell afffect Ruby's ears as well.

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