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Voiced by: Tara Strong, Will Arnett (as Batkitty)
The Princess of Unikingdom and possibly the happiest brick-built creature you'll ever meet. You may remember her from a previous adventure, but now she's back with some new friends for adventures of her own.
  • Adaptation Dye-Job: In the movie, Angry Kitty’s eyes turn red but the scelerae remain white; here her eyes turn orange/red, but the scelera turn yellow.
  • All-Loving Hero: She's sweet and kind to everyone, even the likes of Master Frown, although she still flips out when he is being mean.
  • Apologetic Attacker: Apologizes to Master Doom for destroying the Doom Lords' HQ in a fit of rage.
  • Badass Adorable: She's utterly adorable but DO NOT make her angry! Just like in the movie, all that repressed rage makes her a force to be reckoned with.
    Unikitty: Sorry I got a little cranky. I just feel very strongly about this!
  • Beware the Nice Ones: As in the movie, Unikitty is prone to fits of extreme anger.
  • Berserk Button: Rejecting apologies and offers of friendship, as Eagelator found out.
    • Also, saying that being nice is pointless and has no benefit, and pretty much every form of negativity.
  • Big Sister Instinct: Don't be mean to Puppycorn around Unikitty, or you'll regret it.
  • Burning with Anger: Like in the movie, she turns red with a flame motif, coupled with flaming tail and horn.
  • Catchphrase: "Hiiii!!!" and "What a beautiful day!"
  • Cat Smile: Her default expression when she's not showing her teeth.
  • Chronic Pet Killer: While not a killer, she instead is so focused on the "fun" of having a pet, that she loses track of them, to the point of permanently losing them and moving onto the next pet. The castle even has a "Hall of Lost Pets" memorial hall, with pictures of all the pets Unikitty has lost, including a planted Venus flytrap.
  • Color-Coded Emotions: While pink is her default color for her general cheery self she can change to other colors when the feeling is strong enough. Prominent examples are red for anger, blue for sadness, and gray for boredom.
  • Competition Freak: In both "Spoooooky Game" and "Hide 'N' Seek", she's determined to win no matter what.
  • Cool Big Sis: To Puppycorn, since she is his actual sister.
  • Cute Little Fang: She, like her brother Puppycorn, has one of these. It's such a part of her that everyone gets one when they're wearing the Happy Horn, which replaces their brainwaves with Unikitty's.
  • The Cutie: She was specifically created to be cute, innocent and utterly adorable.
  • Does Not Like Spam: She is not fond of candy corn or cauliflower.
  • Everyone Has Standards: She's not even mean to him, despite all he does to her and the Unikingdom, but when she takes Master Frown to his meeting with the other Doom Lords, they treat him so badly that she drops her disguise and burns the entire place to ashes in a fit of fury. This act impresses Master Doom so much (under the belief that Master Frown brought her with him and not the other way around) that he reduces his punishment for Master Frown's perceived disloyalty (really just him helping Unikitty in order so she would take him to the meeting).
  • Expressive Accessory: Her blush marks on her cheeks turn into various shapes when she has emotions fit for them.
  • Fatal Flaw: Her eagerness and desire to please everyone all the time. Several episodes' plots are caused by her only seeing the route that will make someone or a group happy, not factoring in that accomplishing that is only a short-sighted victory and there will be consequences that come later.
  • Female Feline, Male Mutt: The Female Feline to her brother's Male Mutt.
  • The Fettered: What Unikitty ultimately proves herself to be during "Election Day". Throughout the episode her friends want her to stoop to smear campaign tactics in order to beat Master Frown. She pushes them off for awhile but then gives in and secretly records Master Frown ranting about all the nasty things he'll do the kingdom. However he manages to set her off and she exposes herself in a fit of rage. At that moment, instead of exposing Frown's intentions, she admits she was playing dirty and says it's not her way, acceding that if people don't want to vote for her, it's fine so long as she sticks to her character in the end.
  • Flight: Unlike in The LEGO Movie, Unikitty can fly here.
  • Floating Limbs: Extra pieces appear to signify arms or paws.
  • For Happiness: Her primary goal is to ensure everyone is happy and content. This gets deconstructed in episodes like "Fire and Nice" where she thinks she thinks being happy at the expense of any other emotion is more important than being a complete person.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Sanguine.
  • Genki Girl: She is full of boundless enthusiasm and loves to spread it around the kingdom.
  • Girls Love Stuffed Animals: She reacts to Puppycorn's stuffed animals with glee.
  • Guile Hero: She can be quite clever at times, like in "Birthday Blowout", where she tricks Master Frown into saying his wish out loud, causing him to be punished by "ancient birthday law".
  • Hairtrigger Sound Effect: Whenever she turns into "Angry Kitty", tiger growls are heard.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: For as nice as she is, she quickly and easily flips into "Angry Kitty" mode when provoked.
  • Honor Before Reason: More like 'Happiness (and Honesty) Before Reason'. In "Kitty Court", all Unikitty cares about is making Master Frown happy. To that end, she willingly incriminates herself and risks a prison sentence. She even expresses disapproval of him lying about his injury as opposed to being framed for causing it.
  • Laborious Laziness: In "R & Arr," Unikitty shows some clever ways to avoid getting off the couch on "Lazy Sunday." Richard points out that she's putting more effort into avoiding doing chores than it would take to just do them.
  • The Leader: She is the decent and well-meaning ruler of Unikingdom, and does her best in keeping her citizens happy.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: If her name and appearance has not already given it away she's a Unicorn-Cat hybrid.
  • My God, What Have I Done?:
    • In "Spoooooky Game", she invokes this when she realizes how much her constant victories over Puppycorn are hurting her little brother.
    • In "Sparkle Matter Matters", when she sees that her attempts to make Richard happy have just made things worse for everyone.
  • Nice Girl: While she does make mistakes, Unikitty is mostly a sweet girl who loves her friends and younger brother and wants everyone to be happy.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The Pink Girl to her brother's Blue Boy.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Her main color is pink and she's very girly.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Richard's Blue.
  • Silk Hiding Steel: Unikitty is very kind, feminine and loving to everyone, even her enemies. But when those enemies push her too far, Angry Kitty comes out to play.
  • Stepford Smiler: She temporarily turns into one in "Fire and Nice" when she asks Dr. Fox to remove her angry side, enduring such requests (with Master Frown hiding in the crowd and taking them a step further than intended) as planting blue flowers for Feebee, repairing and rebuilding Cookie Guy's gingerbread house (twice becasue he kept eating it), and rebuilding the bridge to a town whose inhabitants include a bear and snake, with Unikitty carrying them across the gap... only to go back for their luggage and carry that extra weight.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The bubbly, energetic Girly Girl to Dr. Fox's scientific, Creepy Good Tomboy.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Ice cream.
  • Unstoppable Rage: Just like in the movie, when she gets mad, she gets mad. She completely annihilates the headquarters of the Doom Lords when she gets fed up with their abuse of Master Frown to the point she actually saves face for him with the other Doom Lords.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Gains Will Arnett's baritone when she becomes Batkitty.
  • Women Are Wiser: Downplayed. She's slightly smarter than Puppycorn, though that's not saying much at all because Puppycorn's an incredibly low bar for intelligence.

Voiced by: Grey DeLisle
Unikitty's younger brother and the Prince of Unikingdom. A dim-but-cheerful hybrid dog-unicorn who shares Unikitty's love of fun but tends to be more reckless and clueless.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Unikitty often calls him "Lil Bro" (and he calls her "Big Sis" in return), and Hawkodile calls him "Slugger".
  • Bad "Bad Acting": Does this to fake his own death and alien reveal in the climax of "Little Prince Puppycorn".
  • Balloon Belly: In "No Sleep Sleepover" from binging on pizza and "Unfairgrounds Part 1" from binging on too many fried things on a stick from cotton candy to ham.
  • Bizarre Taste in Food: He likes to eat (literal) garbage, which disgusts his sister. Ironic because he's a prince so he can afford pizza and real edible food whenever he wants.
  • Black Sheep: Suffers from this trope in "A Rock Friend, Indeed" in which all his friends neglect playing with him because he's too stupid and clumsy.
  • Captain Oblivious: In "Wishing Well", he doesn't notice or hear the wishing coins attempting to bury him alive pouring in hundreds of more shovels into the hole he's digging.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Even more so than the rest of the cast.
  • Competition Freak: Puppycorn is every bit as competitive as his sister, even if he's much less successful.
  • Cool Crown: Wears one that Unikitty gives him when he is officially made Prince of Unikingdom in "Little Prince Puppycorn".
  • Crossdresser: Crossdresses as a blonde girl in a red gown to be Richard's magic assistant in "Tragic Magic".
  • Cute Little Fang: Like his sister, he's got one.
  • The Ditz: Puppycorn is a bit naive if not outright meatheaded. He even needs to be told that he's a prince in one episode.
  • Dogs Are Dumb: Not the brightest pooch on the block.
  • Extreme Omnivore: If his "romantic advice" to Hawkodile is any indication, he'll eat just about anything he loves. Taken Up to Eleven in "Growing Pains" where after becoming a giant, he eats a black hole.
  • Female Feline, Male Mutt: The Male Mutt to his sister's Female Feline.
  • Floating Limbs: Extra pieces appear to signify arms or paws.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Sanguine.
  • Incredibly Lame Fun: His favorite hobbies are digging holes, chewing on shoes, barking at birds and chasing his tail. Though this gets subverted in "Kickflip McPuppycorn" when he wants to learn how to do high-risk skateboarding and in "Big Pup, Little Problem" where he enjoys playing with toys with very poor handling.
  • Keet: Puppycorn, in similar ways of his sister being a Genki Girl.
  • Kindhearted Simpleton: He may be a bit ditzy and naive, but he is incredibly kind-hearted.
  • The Klutz: He's very destructive and destroys anything he touches, as emphasized in "Big Pup, Little Problem".
  • Mistaken for Aliens: After pretending he's an alien to give Unikitty back the throne, two actual aliens who look like him briefly mistake him for their own Prince. Whether he is or not is up to interpretation.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Unlike his sister, he's a Puppy-Corn (yes, the food) hybrid.
  • Nice Guy: Puppycorn is a friendly, fun-loving and innocent little dog.
  • Not So Similar: He and Unikitty are similar in personality, but Puppycorn lacks his sister's ability to fly, change color when feeling any strong emotion, and of course her angry self. Add to the fact that he's half-corn instead of half-unicorn.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: The Blue Boy to his sister's Pink Girl.
  • Prince For A Day: Unikitty steps down to let him rule in "Little Prince Puppycorn". The stress of being monarch, coupled with his alright-on-paper ideas going haywire has him wanting to give it up before long.
  • Puppy-Dog Eyes: Often does this when feeling very sad or happy - first instance was in the pilot episode.
  • Rich Idiot With No Day Job: He does nothing all day but play video games and eat pizza, but being royalty and prince of the Unkingdom he has no need for a job to afford all that.
  • Scars Are Forever: Has a bite mark in his horn. How he got it is currently unknown, but it may be a pun on the fact that he's half-corn, and thus had it bitten off since it's food.
  • Stealth Pun: Why is Puppydog a mixture between a puppy and a corn, instead of a unicorn? He's meant to be a corndog.
  • Tertiary Sexual Characteristics: Aside from his primary color being blue to contrast Unikitty's pink, his voice is deeper and his sparkle matter manifests in things like sports equipment, bones, and game controllers.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He's not a picky eater (has no problem eating shoes, tennis balls or garbage) but his favorite food (edible, genuine food) is pepperoni pizza.
  • Youthful Freckles: Puppycorn has a few orange freckles on his cheeks.

     Dr. Fox
Voiced by: Kate Micucci
The resident scientist of Unikingdom. Ever the ambitious one, she's always looking to discover new things but has a tendency to go too far in the pursuit of knowledge.
  • Barefoot Cartoon Animal: Dr. Fox is one of the few main characters who fit this trope with her scientist outfit, which includes a lab coat, pants, and glasses but no shoes.
  • Crazy-Prepared: Dr. Fox has a database of every probable disaster, complete with video instructions on what to do in response.
  • Cunning Like a Fox: She's a fox and Unikingdom's leading (read: only) scientific expert.
  • Cyborg: Gave herself cybernetics to link herself to Shining Mecha Kitty Turbo V's systems in "Kaiju Kitty", then had to walk on robotic spider legs when Puppycorn procured her legs in "Rock Friend" and became a cyborg wizard in "Castles and Kitties".
  • Eye Glasses: Unlike Hawkodile, she can blink and squint and such through her glasses, but she also never removes them and they don't even have lenses, as shown when she plucks an eyelash to make a wish in "Wishing Well".
  • Fingerless Hands: Her hands are stubby and lack visible fingers. Fingers pop up sometimes, though.
  • Formerly Fat: Back in her childhood.
  • For Science!: Loves to experiment just for the heck of it.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Melancholic.
  • Genki Girl: She has her share of enthusiastic moments every now and then when spending time with her friends or doing research in the lab.
  • I Call It "Vera": She used to own a rocket ship called "Mark 1" ("Mark for short").
  • Innocently Insensitive: She might be ultra-kind and open, but her social skills are very lacking, to the point of brushing off the feelings of others or using them for dangerous experiments without their consent.
  • Large Ham: Has some moments, such as when she's turned into corn.
  • Not So Above It All: While she is the kingdom's resident brainiac, it does not seem she caught on to the fact Mister Snowbuttons was just Master Frown stuck in the snowman. She is also prone to getting caught up in the silliness her friends cause.
  • Not That Kind of Doctor: Though she has the word "doctor" in her name, Dr. Fox doesn't practice medicine. Something she appears to be aware of.
  • Oblivious to Love: She's entirely unaware of Hawkodile's crush on her, even when he makes it obvious.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Unikitty's Red.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Her body is red and orange and her eyes are green.
  • The Smart Girl: She is the smartest character in the main cast.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: The only main character to wear glasses (besides sunglasses) and by far the most academic of them.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The brainiac Tomboy to Unikitty's slightly ditzy Girly Girl.

Unikitty's personal bodyguard. A buff hybrid hawk-crocodile who was trained in the ways of the action hero and is always on the hunt for the next big fight.
  • All Love Is Unrequited: Has a crush on Dr. Fox, who is unaware of how he feels.
  • Barbarian Long Hair: In his youth, he had a head of long messy hair.
  • The Big Guy: He works as Unikitty's bodyguard, he is bigger than the other main characters and he loves fighting.
  • Blinding Bangs: Hawkodile had his hair like this before he got his shades.
  • Blind Without 'Em: Hawkodile has worn his shades for so long that he's blinded by the sun without them.
  • Blood Knight: Hawkodile loves to fight. He's often seen training and he gets excited when there's something to punch.
    Hawkodile: Bodyguard punch! Bodyguard kick! I feel so alive!
  • Cannot Spit It Out: He couldn't bring himself to say "I have a crush on you Dr. Fox" even when it would crush him to nothingness. He still has a crush on her and it shows up from time to time but he has yet to say anything.
  • Cool Shades: He's never seen without his sunglasses. They were given to him by his Sensei after he completed his training in the Action Forest.
  • Eye Glasses: Hawkodile's sunglasses move around and change shapes like standard eyes.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Choleric.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Wears only his shades, boxing gloves, and shorts.
  • Hairtrigger Sound Effect: Most of his appearances involve a hawk screech.
  • Hot-Blooded: Ridiculously enthusiastic and passionate when pumped up, which happens easily.
  • Incredible Shrinking Man: Repressing his romantic feelings for Dr. Fox gradually did this to him. He was literally being crushed by his crush on Dr. Fox.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: In a case similar to Unikitty and Puppycorn his name and looks let you know he's a Hawk-Crocodile hybrid.
  • Never Smile at a Crocodile: Averted by his crocodile half.
  • Noble Bird of Prey: By being part hawk.
  • Not So Stoic: For all of his stoicism, he still has a range of émotions.
  • The Stoic: Hot Bloodedness aside, while not the same extent as Richard, he can come across as stoic, aloof and serious, almost always seen with a blank expression on his face.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: He is calm and stoic, but still does his job protecting the Unikingdom, he also joins them in their wackiness.
  • Toothy Bird: For being half-hawk, he has a set of teeth on his beak.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Has this relationship with Eagleator, who challenges him for his shades.

The caretaker of the castle and Unikitty's advisor. A stern-faced and relatively unfazed brick who rarely ever speaks above his flat, morose monotone. Often has to chase Unikitty around to get her to do anything productive.
  • The Bore: Richard is so monotone and flat that he has a tendency to be ignored, to the point he literally blends into the background.
  • Butt-Monkey: As to be expected from being the straight man, Richard is the most likely target of injury or misfortune, though unlike other examples of the trope, not out of rampant overall negligence or apathy, as Unikitty always tries her hardest to help him.
  • The Complainer Is Always Wrong: Zigzagged. He’s rarely taken seriously by his peers, despite being in the right mindset. He does occasionally get vindication, but it often takes a long while for them to relent and follow his path, and that's only when the ideas the others have had go pear-shaped.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Can you really blame him seeing who his friends are?
  • The Eeyore: He is willing to help out with chores around the castle, even if his level of excitement is nowhere close to Unikitty's.
  • Four-Temperament Ensemble: Phlegmatic.
  • The Generic Guy: Appearance-wise he's just a simple LEGO brick with a face while those he is usually associated with are colorful animals.
  • Gloomy Gray: He's a gray-colored LEGO brick with a dour personality, contrasting the bright and optimistic others.
  • Incredibly Lame Fun: Richard's brand of "fun" includes things such as reading manuals, doing paperwork, and organizing his record collection.
  • The Lancer: As the royal advisor of Unikingdom, he contrasts Unikitty in personality and her duties as ruler, often having to oppose her on a problem and acts more of a Team Dad to the group.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": A brick named Rick. Not as immediately obvious in the early episodes where he's almost exclusively called "Richard," but in later episodes the other characters call him "Rick" more often.
  • Mind over Matter: Has no hands or limbs, but he can 'hold' things like a clipboard and move objects with the sides of his body.
  • Not So Above It All: He owns a newspaper, but no one is buying. The others make up random stories for fun to make it more interesting, but the citizens think the stories are all true and freak. Richard doesn't care, as people are finally buying and reading newspapers again.
  • Not So Stoic: Shows emotions at times, which makes it tough to call him "stoic" when he reacts to stuff.
  • Odd Name Out: He has the most normal-sounding name on the show. While most of the characters he hangs out with tend to be more-or-less named after their species, Richard has more of an A Lizard Named "Liz" deal when you consider that his nickname is "Rick."
  • Only Sane Man: Being the advisor and caretaker, he always acts as the voice of reason to prevent Unikitty from going too far in her escapades. She rarely ever heeds his warnings, however.
  • Order vs. Chaos: Richard's schtick is that Unikitty's rambunctious and flippant mentality needs an organized and rational minder to balance it out. Several episodes are the result of some direct conflict between Unikitty's desire to be free and happy contrasted against Richard's want of structure and responsibility.
  • Stealth Pun: Material from Cartoon Network's UK sector has referred to him as "The brick that keeps the kingdom together".
  • Supreme Chef: He's shown to have perfected making ice cream sandwiches (that have rainbow-colored ice cream filling). Though on the other hand, he makes dinners so terrible that he calls water "flavor county".
  • Vocal Evolution: He has a higher and more emotive voice in the early part of the series (to the point of almost sounding posh). As it goes on, Roger Craig Smith settles into a more consistent monotone for Richard.
  • Workaholic: He works the whole time to maintain the castle, refusing to take a break.

     Master Frown
Voiced by: Eric Bauza
A villainous Doom Lord from Frowntown who lives to ruin others' days. He is considered the show's main antagonist.
  • Ambiguously Bi: Frown's relationship with Unikitty has some Ship Tease to it, considering she kisses him twice so far and isn't afraid to come to his defense. However, there are some strong hints that Frown and Brock are a couple since Frown apparently gives goodnight kisses to Brock, doesn't seem too bothered whenever Brock hugs him, and they appear to share a single bed.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Unikitty, but ironically he's been kissed by her at least twice. Her kisses have made some fans actually ship Unikitty and Frown.
  • Asshole Victim: Is seen as nothing more than a perennial loser and punching bag by the other Doom Lords. He's also been (quite literally) a punching bag in his debut appearance "No Day Like Snow Day".
  • Big Bad: The main villain of the series.
  • The Bully: Which makes him the enemy of Unikitty.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Frown is self-aware he's evil, saying it's his job and passion to ruin people's days.
  • Didn't Think This Through: In "Kitty Court", he faked an accident with Unikitty's car, hoping to get her thrown into jail. However, he failed to anticipate that, since the "accident" happened in the Unikingdom, rather than Frowntown, the hearing would be held there, with the Unikingdom's unique court style messing up his plan further.
    • Worse still, the court case still works in his favor because of Unikitty prosecuting herself and demanding that Frown be given what he wants...until he screws everything up by replaying the wrong part of his video evidence.
  • Entitled Bastard: Despite everything he does to mess with Unikitty and her friends, he still has the nerve to expect them to help him when he gets into trouble (such as in "Fire and Nice" and "Stuck Together".
  • Evil Feels Good: Insists that he enjoys being in a cranky mood all the time.
  • Evil Is Petty: His idea of evil tends to be pretty mild, things like pulling a bookmark out of someone's book or trying to smash Puppycorn's snowman.
  • Floating Limbs: Extra pieces appear to signify arms.
  • Freudian Excuse: He explains in "Trapped in the Tower" that he hates parties because of a traumatic childhood birthday. As a result of Disaster Dominoes, his friends were injured by malfunctioning party equipment and the present he got from Brock (a lollipop) was damaged in all the commotion. When Unikitty thanks him for being honest, he claims he just made that story up to make her cry. However, in the final scene, we do see the broken lollipop in a display case in his room.
  • Fun-Hating Villain: He can't stand to see anyone enjoying themselves in any way, quickly making it his mission to spoil their fun.
  • The Grinch: Tries to steal Christmas to the tune of Die Hard.
  • Harmless Villain: He hasn't done anything too heinous, and tends to resort to petty ways on making people unhappy. Lampshaded when he meets with the Doom Lords and they mention how he's really not that evil.
  • Hypocritical Heartwarming: Insists in "Cheerleading" that only he gets to mess with Brock.
  • Irony: In "Fire and Nice", he claims being nice is pointless and has no benefit. His own "evil" deeds rarely have any long-term consequences (due to being small and petty), nor do they really benefit him much.
  • It's All About Me: He puts his goal of spreading misery above everything else. In "Dinner Apart-y", he continually tries to ruin Brock's dinner party, despite Brock making it clear how important it is to him.
  • Jerkass: He is very cruel and sadistic just because he can and will do anything to spread misery across Unikingdom.
  • Kick the Dog: He tries to ruin everyone's day just to get them to frown and be unhappy. The most literal case of him doing this was throwing a dart at Puppycorn's face in "Dinner Apart-y".
  • Large Ham: And how! He performs a musical number in his debut appearance, and that's only one of the many hammy things he does.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Suffers this all too often.
    • In "Fire and Nice", his attempts to make Unikitty's royal duties more and more difficult end up empowering her angry side until it breaks free and goes on a rampage. Master Frown is then tied up and used as bait to lure in the angry side so Unikitty can stop it.
    • In "Stuck Together", he throws a water balloon at a bird. After Master Frown's head is separated from his body, that same bird swallows his body and flies away, then it returns at the end of the episode to snatch up his head.
  • Laughably Evil: It's hard to take him seriously.
  • Like an Old Married Couple: With Brock. Master Frown has a tendency to slack on chores and upkeep of the house, something that causes arguments to no end with him and Brock. Despite this, Brock's the only person that Master Frown seems to actually care about.
  • Losing Your Head: Happens to him at the beginning of "Stuck Together".
  • Moral Myopia: He lives to mess up the days of others, but if he gets inconvenienced (even a little), or his plans to spread misery don't work out the way he wants them to, he treats it like a great injustice.
  • Near-Villain Victory:
    • He almost succeeds in breaking Unikitty in "Fire and Nice", getting her to say that being nice is pointless until her angry side burst out of its cage due to its overpowering and ends up used as bait to lure it back to Unikitty.
    • He also nearly won a court case in "Kitty Court" by showing Unikitty bumping her cloud car into him when she was not looking... until he rewound it too far exposing that he wanted to get bumped into just to get her in trouble.note 
    • In "Birthday Blowout", he successfully deflects all of Unikitty's attempts to get back Puppycorn's birthday cake and stop him from making his own wish on it. But Unikitty tricks him into saying the wish out loud, causing Master Frown to be punished by "ancient birthday law", losing the cake in the process.
  • Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: He has all the wind in the world to his back during "Kitty Court" as Unikitty eventually begins prosecuting herself in order to prove Master Frown deserves favorable judgment. He's about to win the court case when he accidentally rewinds his video evidence back far enough to show him and Brock planning to defraud and frame Unikitty with a fake accident. If he had just bothered to edit the video first then he would have won hands-down. Instead he manages to irrefutably prove that Unikitty had done nothing wrong and he gets sent to jail instead (along with Unikitty and everyone else because they felt bad for him losing; It Makes Sense in Context).
  • The Pig-Pen: He and Brock keep their apartment room incredibly messy and disgusting to the point that you could get ill just from staying in there.
  • Poke the Poodle: A sterling example. His idea of "evil" really only amounts to minor annoyances around the Unikingdom (such as stealing Puppycorn's birthday cake to try to get a wish off it). It says something when he can't even get more respect within the Doom Lord hierarchy than the guy named "Master Papercut" and the Doom Lords themselves don't expect anything more of him anyway.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Averted; while his villainy is part of his job as a Doom Lord, he absolutely loves what he does.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The loud and hammy Red oni to Brock's calm and chill Blue.
  • Sadist: He finds pleasure in the suffering of others, as his excitement about a snow day is that everyone is miserable about it.
  • Save the Villain: Unikitty occasionally makes it her goal to help Frown out of trouble. She's done it in "Stuck Together" and "Landlord Lord". She also tried putting out the fire that Frown was inflicted with in "Birthday Blowout", but she was just making it worse by stomping on him.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Despite holding the lowest position among the Doom Lords, and his petty-at-best acts of "evil", he's convinced he's a great villain, and a master at spreading misery.
  • Stupid Evil: His attempts to spread misery around the Unikingdom regularly fail (and usually backfire on him in a painful way, or incur the wrath of Hawkodile), yet he keeps on trying anyway.
  • Team Rocket Wins: "Dunklecorn" features his one major victory against the protagonists, as he destroys Dr. Fox's new invention and saves Frowntown from having to smile.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: In "Stuck Together". Not only did Unikitty agree to take his head to Frowntown so he could meet with the Doom Lords, she also (spectacularly) stands up for him after the Doom Lords bring him to the brink of tears with their mockery, which leads to him getting a new body, and the Doom Lords' respect. He doesn't show one shred of gratitude, claiming that he planned the whole thing, and pledging to continue antagonizing Unikitty.
  • Villain Protagonist: In the episodes "Doom Lords" and "Landlord Lord" he's more of a protagonist than an antagonist albeit while still a villain.

Voiced by: H. Michael Croner
Master Frown's roommate and henchman who unlike Frown is not evil at all.
  • Ambiguously Gay: He and Master Frown seem a little too close to actually be considered just roommates. They act Like an Old Married Couple, share a single bed, hug each other on occasion, and Master Frown apparently gives him bedtime kisses. Compared to Master Frown, Brock avoids being Ambiguously Bi since he doesn't seem to show any interest in girls.
  • Berserk Button: Do not make Your Mom jokes about Mama Brock.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Brock gets defensive about his mother when Master Frown makes a Your Mom remark.
  • Floating Limbs: Extra pieces appear to signify arms.
  • Friendly Enemy: Actually gets along well with Unikitty, much to the dismay of Master Frown.
  • Last-Name Basis: Implied, considering he refers to his mother as "Mama Brock".
  • Like an Old Married Couple: With Master Frown. Although he's much more open with others than Master Frown, since the two of them are roommates, Brock deals with him more often over chores and the state of their apartment, which causes arguments a lot of times. He is also apathetic with Master Frown's evil plans and doesn't seem to help him very much, preferring to hang out with Unikitty and her friends instead.
  • Mellow Fellow: Very relaxed and calm, to the point his eyelids are pretty much always half-lidded.
    • Is actually a Friendly Enemy because, despite being an antagonist in the show, he gets along very well with the protagonists and they even consider him to be their friend. A notable example of this is in "No Sleep Sleepover".
  • Minion with an F in Evil: He's so laid back and good-natured that it's hard to call him evil or even a jerk at all.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The chill Blue oni to Master Frown's hammy Red.
  • The Scapegoat: "Brock Most Wanted" has him get the blame whenever Master Frown wrecks parties. He becomes quite depressed over Unikitty expressing disappointment in him. It also leads to the Doom Lords giving him a big promotion for his supposed actions, much to Master Frown's irritation.

Background Characters

Voiced by: H. Michael Croner
A green garbage bag (or possibly a dumpling) with a sassy personality.
  • Action Girl: Was very close to taking down Hawkodile in "Wiener Club" in order to defend her "King"... which she was gonna eat later.
  • Ambiguously Bi: Has shown interest in men before but is also implied to be really close to FeeBee, which kind of mirrors Master Frown's and Brock's relationship.
  • Berserk Button: Do not sing to her first thing in the morning... her mean side will come out!
  • Big Eater: Loves food and was once the champion of the Wiener Club before being overthrown by Puppycorn.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Towards Unikitty in the episode "Special Delivery".
  • Distaff Counterpart: Somewhat of one towards Master Frown, especially in the episodes "Special Delivery" and "Wiener Club".
  • Lovable Alpha Bitch: While she can be as ruthless and mean as Master Frown, she does have a good heart.
  • Valley Girl: Her personality and voice is meant to invoke that of a valley girl.

     Fee Bee
Voiced by: Grey DeLisle
A bumblebee-flower hybrid with a flower face and a bumblebee's body who runs a flower store.
  • Animal Motifs: Can get aggressive and viciously angry like a bee does.
  • Berserk Button: Do not touch her flowers.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: In spite of selling flowers to maintain an income, at times she'll refuse to sell her flowers when she gets a little too indulgent with rubbing them all over her face.
  • Damsel in Distress: Often has to get rescued by Hawkodile from dangers.
  • Godzilla Threshold: Unikitty uses Feebee to viciously attack the Landlord Lord by throwing flowers at his face making it look like Landlord Lord stole Feebee's flowers.
  • Punny Name: Take on "Phoebe". The actual spelling of her name is shown on-screen in Landlord Lord.


Recurring Characters

     Score Creeper 
The first antagonist of the series. A mysterious salesman that sells Unikitty and friends Spoooooky Game, while also controlling them through it.
  • Apple of Discord: Although he didn't start it, he exacerbates the increasingly fierce competition between Unikitty and Puppycorn.
  • Berserk Button: Interrupting his evil monologues and more than one person winning the game.
  • Big Bad: Of the episode "Spoooooky Game", making him the first antagonist featured in the show.
  • The Bus Came Back: After a long absence, he returns in "Lazer Tag".
  • But for Me, It Was Tuesday: In his second appearance, he's on the receiving end of this. None of the protagonists remember him or what he tried to do, despite his attempts to tell them. Parodied in that he even plays clips of that episode and the protagonists still don't remember.
  • Captain Ersatz: He sounds remarkably similar to Skeletor, He-Man's arch-nemesis.
  • Evil Is Hammy: Presents himself like a showman, to the point of practicing his evil monologues beforehand.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Zig-zagged. He normally has a screechy and high-pitched voice but gains a deep one when angered enough.
  • In the Hood: Wears a hood that seems to engulf his entire head in shadow, leaving only his eyes and mouth glowing from them.
  • Jagged Mouth: Has a glowing one that seems to be hidden under his hood.
  • One-Winged Angel: Grows to monstrous proportions with a flaming head when angered enough.

Voiced by: Keith Ferguson
Hawkodile's former friend. He turned against him in spite and now acts as his combat rival.
  • Barefoot Cartoon Animal: He wears nothing but a blue tank top, dog tags, bandages around his waist, studded armbands, blue boxing gloves, and black pants.
  • Catchphrase: "In a while, Hawkodile!"
  • Character Tic: Whenever he yells or shouts, his mouth turns into a jagged jaw.
  • Cheated Angle: Unlike Hawkodile, Eagleator's head is almost always shown the way it is when he's standing toward the camera, rarely ever shown turning it.
  • Color-Coded Eyes: He has a pair of green eyes fitting with his envious and spiteful personality.
  • Evil Counterpart: Unsurprisingly, to Hawkodile, given that they used to be best friends; they taught under the same teacher, have a similar body type with a different head, and share a lot of the same personality flaws (egotism and loner mentality), but unlike Hawkodile, Eagleator let his ego get in the way of his friendship with Hawkodile.
  • Fallen Hero: He was in training to become an Action Hero who would protect others, but he threw all that away out of petty jealousy.
  • Feathered Fiend: Is part eagle.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: He was the one who deserved those shades, not Hawkodile! And he'll do anything to get what he rightfully deserves!
  • Jagged Mouth: Gains one whenever he yells.
  • Jerkass: He simply can't admit that he wasn't chosen for the shades and was willing to destroy his friendship and future solely out of spite.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Part eagle, part alligator.
  • Never Smile at a Crocodile: Is part alligator.
  • Redemption Rejection: When Hawkodile hugs Eaglelator and apologizes to him for causing his suffering, it appears to have accepted his apology, only to reveal it was a ruse to take him down. This came to bite him when Unikitty flies in a rage.
  • Sarashi: His waist is designed to look like he's wearing these under his tank top.
  • We Used to Be Friends: They were originally fighting equals before Hawkodile was chosen over him to be the bearer of the sunglasses.

     The Doom Lords 
Voiced by: Grey DeLisle, (Master Doom), Tara Strong (Master Misery), Roger Craig Smith (Master Hazard), Eric Bauza (Master Fear), currently unknown (Master Papercuts, Master Malice, Master Pain, Master Plague)
Master Frown's employers. They are a league of villains who spread negative emotions throughout the land. Master Frown is at the bottom tier of the group for his pathetic job.

The group as a whole

Master Doom

Master Misery

Master Hazard

  • Pyromaniac: Has a tendency to burn down kingdoms as part of his tactic.
  • Wreathed in Flames: His face is a burning flame, hinting he uses this as his ability.

Master Fear

Master Papercuts

  • Nice Hat: Wears a paper hat that he seems to have made himself.
  • Poke the Poodle: His domain is causing papercuts, and he still is in higher ranking than Master Frown.

Master Malice

Master Pain

Master Plague


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