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Supporting and Other Characters:

The rest of the characters that make up the story. Including friends, enomies and other minor characters who usually only have one brief yet key appearance in the story. Includes some original as well as canon characters.
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The cousin of Izzy, who gives Heather dancing lessons due to the fact she works as an exotic dancer.

  • Adaptational Skimpiness: Her outfits she wears when dancing compared to her regular outfit from the canon Total Drama season she was a part of.
  • Always Someone Better: Heather is an expert manipulator, but she takes it Up to Eleven, being smarter than Heather and much better at hiding her true intentions and emotions.
  • Batman Gambit: Both her and Heather thrive off of these. While Heather is very quickly able to get a solid read on most people who she interacts within the time of one single conversation, Scarlett's skill at these makes Heather look like an amature at best. For example, after meeting Heather one time the night before, Scarlett is able to chart out the general script of a conversation between her and Heather when the latter shows up at her door with no warning the next morning. And not just chart it out, but also play on Heather's flaws to ensure that she gets double what Heather would prefer to pay for dance lessons. Before Heather even brought up money, she knew it would involve money.
  • Beneath the Mask: She appears like an Emotionless Girl in public, but, at her job, she's a very passionate, seductive dancer, and, in private, she is shown to be as crazy as Izzy.
  • Emotionless Girl: Seems so at first.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Shares this trait with her canon self. Just like in the show, her revenge against her brother shows this. He pulled her hair once. She, in turn, made his remote control toys come to life and attack him at night for six years. She states that he is still in therapy for it. And while she hasn't acted on it, her thoughts show that she would have no qualms inflicting similar measures against Heather if she does anything she doesn't like which might risk their current situation. She wouldn't do anything life-threatening, but enough to make Heather wish she was dead.
  • Manipulative Bitch: She takes it Up to Eleven, being able to manipulate Heather with relative ease.
  • Mating Dance: She works as an exotic dancer, and, while she's not exceptionally attractive (even if still considered a pretty woman), her dancing is extremely good. Heather even asks her for dancing lessons.
  • Named by the Adaptation: Her last name is Friday, named after her voice actress Kristi Friday.
  • Related in the Adaptation: She is cousins with Izzy.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Most of her dialogue is this. She uses the biggest words and longest sentence structures to which she is capable. Heather often views it as if the redhead deep-throated a thesaurus. For example, rather than calling what she does at a strip club either "stripping" or "erotic dancing," she calls it "biologically stimulating choreography" or "risqué simulation." Music is referred to as "harmonic composition." Rather than saying "You don't understand" she prefers to explain that "It appears there has been an error in your comprehension" and the way she says "good job" is "commendable advancement." This seems to be equal parts pride in her own intellect and her ability to flaunt it smoothly but also a tactic to keep those she talks with on their toes and thus easier to manipulate.
  • Stripperific: Considering she works as a stripper, it isn't exactly surprising she dresses in this way

One of Cody's friends from back on TDI who he plays video games with. She is also cousins with Scarlett.She helps him by giving advice in regards to his problems with Gwen when she first reenters his life. Her video game character is named Wildcard.

One of Cody's friends from back on TDI who he plays video games with. He's also dating Emma, and helps out Cody by giving him advice in regards to his problems with Gwen when she reenters his life. His video game character is named King Of Diamonds.
  • Brutal Honesty: He doesn't hold back when telling Cody of all the instances that prove that Gwen would never love him back, and that Cody has an extremely idealized image of her. Partially subverted because he held back for a very long time to spare Cody's feelings, and only told him because of the story's events.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Just as much as on Total Drama.
  • Official Couple: With Emma.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: Got completely caring and honest when talking to Cody about his problems with Gwen and Heather.
  • True Companions: Him, Cody, Izzy and Emma.

One of Cody's nerdy friends from back on TDI who he plays video games with. His video game character is named Ace Of Clubs.
  • Catchphrase: "Gosh"
  • Geek: Just like back on Total Drama. He freaquantly plays "Frontline Warfair: Duty of Honor Calls" with Cody, DJ, Noah and Izzy.
  • Older Than They Think: His video game character Ace of Clubs is described as being in his 40's, meanwhile the real Harold is in his 20's in this story.

One of Cody's friends from back on TDI who he plays video games with. His video game character is named Jack Of Hearts.
  • The Big Guy: Compared to the rest of his friends.
  • The Medic: His character Jack of Hearts functions as this on his team in "Frontline Warfair: Duty of Metal Honor Calls".

One of Heather's closest friends who is dating Tyler. She is also much richer than Heather.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: She is a situational case, not truly bisexual as much as she enjoys having sex with those she loves regardless of gender.
  • The Ditz: Cody describes talking to her as "best to avoid allusion, irony, sarcasm, repartee, satire, and words longer than 'chicken'."
  • Gag Boobs: Still has these like in canon, although they have gotten even bigger since then.
  • Genius Ditz: Despite still being mostly the same lovable ditz, she has become a surprisingly good business woman. Justified as she puts honest effort in her online classes, and she focuses on the fashion industry, an area she enjoys and knows quite well.
  • Hidden Depths: In chapter 27 Cody reveals that it was her who taught him about Heather's feelings on touching. Her immense knowledge of business also qualifys. She also shows great determination, willing to succeed by her own means and only asking for help if truly necessary.
  • Like Is, Like, a Comma: She talks like this, like, a lot.
  • Named by the Adaptation: Her last name is Mills, named after her voice actress Stephanie Anne Mills.
  • Nice Girl: Cody describes her as "the kind of person who would never knowingly insult or harm even a mosquito."
  • Official Couple: With Tyler.
  • Three-Way Sex: It is mentioned that she and Tyler partake in this, but only on special occasions such as birthdays and hollidays.
  • True Companions: With Heather and Tyler.
  • Verbal Tic: The words "like" and "toats" appear to be this for her.

A jock and Lindsay's boyfriend.

An athlete Cameron has a crush on.——
  • The Generic Guy: Well, girl, but during her first conversation with Sammy, she thinks of herself as this.
  • Hidden Depths: Cody mentions she's good at poetry.
  • Named by the Adaptation: Her last name is Podemski, named after her voice actress Sarah Podemski.
  • Opposites Attract: Bubble boy and all around book nerd Cameron is attracted to her.
  • Passionate Sports Girl: Mentioned that she is very athletic.
  • Race Lift: Goes from being of First Nations descent in canon to Asian in the story.
  • The Quiet One: She only seems to speak when spoken to, and doesn't start most conversations on her own..

A pregnant woman Gwen bumps into on her way back to Heather and Cody's dorm.
  • Brooklyn Rage: How she firrst acted to Gwen when she bumped into her in the elevater.
  • Joisey: If her accent didn't give it away.

One of Heather and Cody's friends who has yet to been seen in person.
  • The Ghost: Has been mentioned but has yet to appear in person.
  • Goth: Cody mentions she is one.
  • Three-Way Sex: Mentioned that her, Heather and Cody had a threesome.
  • Twin Threesome Fantasy: Although not related, it was mentioned in chapter 26 that her and Heather put on a 'little twin act' for Cody, complete with matching purple bedlah outfits.

A popular gamer along with her older sister Emma. Her video game character is named Shotgun Princess Kitty Cat.
  • Dual Wielding: Her video game character Shotgun Princess KittyCat in "Frontline Warfair: Duty of Metal Honor Calls" uses two shotguns as her primary weapons.
  • Florence Nightingale Effect: Mentioned word-by-word by Emma, referring to her tendency for falling for helpless, needful boys when she gets an instant liking for Cameron.
  • Gamer Chick: Her and Emma are successful gaming streamers going by the name Kit'Em.
  • True Companions: Her and Emma.

A popular gamer who's dating Noah, and is Kitty's older sister. Her video game character is named Got'Em.

A southern girl Heather takes down at the college, when no one was able to before.
  • Berserk Button: The mear mention of Ella's name can set her into a rage.
  • Deep South: Most shown by her accent and unique phraizes she says.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Bitch Kong by Jo.
  • Named by the Adaptation: Her last name is Wilson, named after her voice actress Rochelle Wilson, not to be confused with the similarly named Rachel Wilson who voices Heather. Lampshaded by Jo, as she mentions to Heather that she thought the two of them were related at first.

A girl who goes to the same college as the other characters. She won a beauty pageant she signed up for by mistake and caused Sugar to become the angry person she's seen as in the story. Is also said to be a student everyone gets along with.

  • Berserk Button: The mear mention of her name sets Sugar into a rage.
  • Create Your Own Villain: Managed to win a beauty pageant that she signed up for without meaning to which caused Sugar to become the person we see her as.
  • The Ghost: Doesn't appear physically in the story.
  • Honorary True Companion: Isn't a part of the main friend group, but they all get along with her.
  • Named by the Adaptation: She is given the last name Muse, named after her voice actress Sunday Muse.

A chearleader who was one of Heather's friends during high school. Their friendship ended when she insulted Cody.

Jasmine's youngest brother who greets Heather at the door, and later tries to flirt with her.

A tomboy who Heather and Cody have a threesome with in college, who wasn't really interested in Cody, and only used him to get to Heather.

One of Heather's rivals from high school who later takes her spot as Queen Bee. Her family is also richer than Heather's. She is in a relationship with Cody's former friend Sam.

Dakota's boyfriend, and Cody's former friend he used to play video games with. He has great computer skills due to his gaming.

Sammy's twin sister who abused her for years until Jasmine managed to get the push she needed to save her. She also tried to torment Sammy while she was in college, although Sammy used Heather and Cody's dorm to escape her.
  • Beauty Mark: It is mentioned that she has a mole under her right eye.
  • Domestic Abuse: Abused Sammy for several years at home and while out on vacation, while always making sure she never get caught for it.
  • Evil Twin: Is this to Sammy.
  • The Ghost: Has been mentioned but has yet to appear.
  • Hate Sink: Has no likeable qualities to speak of.
  • Named by the Adaptation: Along with her sister Sammy, her last name is Mc Auley, named after the voice actress for both of them, Bryn McAuley.
  • Never My Fault: Always made sure Sammy would get in trouble for whatever torment she inflicted on her.

     Scott & Lightning 
Duncan's best friends who indirectly and unknowingly caused Gwen to have to live with Heather and Cody.
  • The Ace: Mentioned that Lightning is very good at basketball.
  • Flat Character: They don't get a chance to really show off their personalities due to them not really being important characters.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: If Gwen and Duncan didn't go to the party that they hosted, Gwen wouldn't have had to live with Heather and Cody.
  • Those Two Guys: Always mentioned together.
  • True Companions: Them and Duncan.

Gwen's pediphilic stepfather who filmed some of Gwen's private moments before being taken to the police.

Gwen's little brother.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: A brief bit of dialogue in the second chapter implys Gwen thinks of him like this, do to their mom convincing him that Duncan is a negative influance on Gwen. In the 31st chapter, it is mentioned Gwen got annoyed by him always pulling pranks on her like switching her teal hair die with hot pink.
  • Disappeared Dad: His father, much like Gwen's, ran off when Gwen's mother had him.
  • Flat Character: We don't know too much about him.
  • The Ghost: Never appears in person.
  • Original Character: Not a hundred percent, as Gwen's younger brother is mentioned in canon bios. However, he is unnamed, and his character is expanded on slightly here.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: If it wasn't for him spilling his boll of serial on Gwen's paper, she would've never found out their stepfather Derek was a pediphile and sent him to the police.
  • The Prankster: In chapter 31, Gwen mentions that he'd always pull pranks on her.

Rebekka is a Fashion model that Cody stared at while on a beach with Heather. She first appears in chapter 5, Fate: Shattered Masks.
  • Flat Character: As of now, we don't know anything about her other than her appearance which was given a brief mention in chapter 5.
  • No Name Given: Her name is not mentioned during her first appearance.
  • Original Character: Technically the first of these to appear, although she is unnamed during her first appearance.

Lindsay's older sister who has yet to appear, although we do know that Heather is getting her as a birthday present for Cody. Paula was first mentioned in chapter 6, Crossroads of Destiny.
  • Asended Extra: Went from a brief mention by Lindsay in canon to a full character here.
  • Named by the Adaptation: Her last name is Mills, named after Lindsay's voice actress Stephanie Anne Mills.

A character who appears in chapter 24 and briefly talks to Scarlett at the Cherry Tappers strip club where they both work.
  • All There in the Manual: Her name is never mentioned in the story itself, only on the fan art page for her character.
  • Original Character: Is another of these, although has little to no impact on the plot.

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A young woman who has been confirmed to appear in a few cameos.
  • The Cameo: Has been confirmed to only appear in a few cameos. However, the extent of these cameos aren't yet known.
  • Original Character: And the only one to be created by a fan rather than the two authors themselves.
  • She's Got Legs: Her character description mentions that she has thick thighs.

A girl briefly mentioned by Jesica in chapter 9.
  • The Ghost: Was mentioned by Jesica, but has not appeared.
  • Original Character: She was created for this story spesificly as a brief mention.
  • Southern Belle: Her character description says she is this. However, do to her not being seen in the story proper as of yet, we have yet to see this touched on.
  • Three-Way Sex: Mentioned that she had a threesome with Cody and Heather during high school.
  • Who Wears Short Shorts?: She wears them as part of her default outfit.

A girl mentioned by Jesica in chapter 9.
  • The Ghost: She was mentioned by Jesica, but has yet to appear in person.
  • Original Character: Was created just as a brief mention for this story.
  • The Quiet One: Mentioned that she is very shy do to her being outed as a lesbian, although she wasn't much of a people person before that.
  • Three-Way Sex: Mentioned that she had a threesome with Cody and Heather during high school.

A character confirmed to appear later in the story.

Sheila was a secretary that gives Cody and Heather their keys to their dorm rooms. First, appear in chapter 7, Destiny: Beauty and the Beast Part One.

The secretary of Heather's father who unknowingly ended Heather's parents' marage when she was caught having sex with Heather's father where her and him worked.
  • The Ghost: Is mentioned briefly in chapter 4, but never appears in person.
  • The Mistress: May have been this, as she was having sex with a married man, although it is unknown if it was a one time thing or if they had hooked up before then.
  • Original Character: Is the first of these to be mentioned and has a pretty big impact on the plot despite not appearing in person.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: If she didn't have sex with Heather's father, Heather's parents' marage may not have ended, and set off the chain of events that lead most of the story to happened.