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NOTE: This page is solely for the residents of Vineland Island. Any other characters should go on the main characters page. Islanders introduced earlier than Episode 28 go on this page.

Character artwork by Fretless. QR Codes are available for most characters, but a few have gone unreleased. Any that have been recreated for this page are marked with "Replica". Replicas will not share the same tastes in clothing or food as Vinny's.


Examples for Does Not Like Spam and Trademark Favorite Food are for the North American version of Tomodachi Life. Some of the listed examples may not be available if one of the QR Codes listed below is scanned into a copy of the game from a different region.

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    Introduced in Episodes 28 to 32 

Isaac (Isaac Binding)
"You just don't get it, do you, Vinesauce's look-alike?"

  • Source: The Binding of Isaac
  • Debut: Episode 28
  • Birthday: September 28, 1992
  • Favorite Color: Pink
  • Personality: Confident Adventurer
  • Creator: Britt (Britt Hamblin)

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A young man who was stripped of all of his possessions by his fanatical Christian mother. His introduction to the island implies that he holds some sort of unknown power.

Isaac is a Walking Spoiler.

  • Above Good and Evil: His song implies that there is no meaningful distinction between Jesus and Satan, and that he may choose between them. He's taken advantage of this ability.
  • Adaptational Villainy: Isaac may be a villain in his own game, but it's hidden under several layers of Gainax Ending, and he's more of a corrupted victim than anything else. Here, there's no questioning his alignment.
  • Age Lift: As with Seabiscuit, he was originally set as a kid (going along with canon), but Tomodachi Life lacks an age-lock, so Vinny made him into an adult for some reason.
  • Ascended Glitch: He crashed the game the first time Vinny tried to add him. This ended up being referred to as causing a timeline split.
  • Black Bead Eyes: They're not exactly what Isaac's eyes are supposed to look like, but they're closest thing available.
  • Body Horror: One of his dreams gives him an endless stream of tears coming out of the top of his head . Given his native game, this has probably happened to him.
  • Catchphrase: "Im cominb" is his primary catchphrase. It's supposed to be "coming", but Vinny never fixes the spelling, as with Big Face getting "Big bpoty" instead of "Big booty".
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: He suffers from this in regard to Jesus and Satan, constantly switching who he supports most. The most clear case of this is when he acts buddy-buddy with Satan in Episode 52, only to ally with Jesus to make a timeline in which Satan isn't being nicer than Jesus two episodes later.
  • Cringe Comedy: He enjoys making people feel uncomfortable for his own amusement, as shown by him crashing reality and giving Vinny an engagement ring later on.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He doesn't like Napoleon cake and he hates corn on the cob.
  • Double Reverse Quadruple Agent: One interpretation of his behavior. For those keeping track; he started by being a tool Jesus used to reset the island, then said via song that he had no particular alliance towards either. Then he decided to say Satan is better than Jesus, but he didn't support Satan's opinion on deleting the island. He then partnered with Satan on vacation, only to possibly help Jesus in splitting the timeline again, in order to directly hinder Satan. Yeah, he pretty much helps whoever is able to cause the most chaos at any given time. He even allied with the Jahns at one point, though it didn't stick.
  • The Eeyore: He's constantly crying.
  • Enfant Terrible: Nigh-constantly associated with Satan, despite only being three years old (at least in appearance). Given his home game, it fits surprisingly well.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: His brief alliance with the Jahns didn't seem to sway him towards helping with their assimilation plot, despite it being the most chaotic thing that has happened on the island thus far.
  • Evil Is Petty: It's possible that all the problems he's caused have stemmed from not liking the clothes he was wearing.
  • Fourth-Wall Observer: He's aware of his own game, as evidenced by a photo he took called "Unsmiling Mother."
  • The Gadfly: While normally more malicious, he shows signs of this on certain occasions, such as giving Vinny an engagement ring as a prize or referencing a meme when he was given a fan.
  • God Is Evil: Whatever god he is or represents, it's a vengeful and petty one.
  • Heel–Face Revolving Door: He switches between supporting heaven and supporting hell constantly. This being a world where God and Satan Are Both Jerks, it doesn't change his personality that much.
  • Hypocrite: Despite usually siding with Satan, he's also good friends with Jesus (to the point of being in a band with both of them).
  • Knight of Cerebus: His arrival in Episode 28 was one of the most shocking events in the series, and marked a turn to more serious plotlines and character interpretations. Vinny basically sums it up in Episode 52:
    Vinny: "It's either... the Jahns were the worst thing to happen to this island, or it all went downhill when Isaac got here. I'm not sure. But I almost guarantee if you follow the trail from when Isaac first got here to when all this shit started going down, I wouldn't be surprised if Isaac had something to do with it."
  • The Nicknamer: A line he says in Episode 52, combined with some events afterwards, is implied to be referring to Little Mac as "the little guy" and Satan as "the big guy" in the SB Edit.
    Isaac: "I like helping the little guy. The big guy can take care of himself."
  • Ocular Gushers: As in his own game, he has an endless stream of tears coming from his eyes. It was made by moving his eyebrows in a position under his eyes and using hair-color spray to dye them light blue.
  • Once Done, Never Forgotten: His characterization is based on the game crashing while adding him. Every time something goes wrong, Vinny suggests getting Isaac to undo everything again.
  • Order Versus Chaos: His character heavily runs on chaos; he's a troll who will do anything to create more unrest on the island, including splitting the timeline twice. Even the third time, which he had nothing to do with, he was shown dancing with joy as Vinny saved the game.
  • Pals with Jesus: He's friends with both Jesus and Satan. Which of the two he is closer to is subject to change and he considers good and evil to be meaningless concepts.
  • Phrase Catcher: After Vinny realized he mistyped Isaac's catchphrase, he couldn't resist saying, "Yo, I'm comin', B!"
  • Production Throwback: Isaac's presence here is due to Vinny's streams of his game of origin.
  • Reality Warper: When Vinny first adds him to the island, he causes a rip in space-time that creates two separate timelines. Everything Vinny did that day with the Miis was lost. He does it again in Episode 54, this time with Jesus' direct assistance.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Pink is his favorite color, which you wouldn't expect from what amounts to a maniacal chaos god.
  • Religion of Evil: Seems to be in a cult-like group that worships Satan and handjobs, along with Pinkle and one of the Jahns.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Schnitzel and squid-ink spaghetti.
  • Troll: An extremely chaotic one at that.
  • Walking Spoiler: It's very difficult to talk about him without mentioning that his QR code crashed the game.

Lolly (Lolly Ramune)

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  • Source: Animal Crossing
  • Debut: Episode 28
  • Birthday: March 27, 1995
  • Favorite Color: White
  • Personality: Easygoing Optimist
  • Creator: Rebecca (Breadotop)

An adorable gray tabby cat who moved to Vineland Island a while after leaving the similarly named town of Vineland, a village full of animals that Mayor Vine was running at the time. Nobody really knows that she exists.

  • Adaptation Name Change: As with Tingle, she had to have a last name due to in-game restrictions. However, her last name in these streams isn't something random; it's her name in the Japanese versions of the Animal Crossing games.
  • Butt-Monkey: Downplayed, at least with regard to other islanders. She's neglected constantly — the few times she gets some attention, Vinny is often rather surly. Even worse, she's one of the first to be assimilated. (One could say she's also sexually harassed a few times — she's not fond of the lacy dress she's given for her birthday, and in her home game, Vine (Vinny's character in that game) actively tried to seduce her.)
  • Catchphrase: "Bonbon~" is her primary catchphrase.
  • Cat Folk: She's more humanoid than she is in her home game.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Hot dogs are her worst and her worst ever is chocolate gâteau.
  • Forgettable Character: Part of the reason she was so Out of Focus is the fact that even the other islanders paid very little attention to her. Her birthday party broadcast was one of the few times the other islanders acknowledged her.
  • Furry Confusion: Vinny gives her a Rent-a-Cat Coupon as a gift. Coincidentally, this isn't even unheard of in her home series; in Animal Crossing: New Leaf the player character's mom may write letters mentioning that the neighbors' cat had kittens, presumably referring to non-anthropomorphic cats.
  • Furry Reminder: Vinny comments on her age — 20 years is a lot longer than most real-life cats live.
  • Motor Mouth: Talks quickly, though not as fast as other quick-voiced islanders, and not as quickly as the "animalese" speech in her home series.
  • Mythology Gag:
    • Her fast, high-pitched voice is something that carries over from her home series, though it's present to a greater extent in those games.
    • Her birthday is also on March 27 in her home series. While that series never specifies a year, younger female villagers in Animal Crossing: New Leaf may mention going through a "quarter-life crisis" when camping, so the original Lolly was probably around the same age as this one.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; her last name, Ramune, is derived from the original Lolly's Japanese name and is shared with a Japanese soft drink. The drink's name is pronounced "rah-moo-neh" and this pronunciation would come to mind to people familiar with it, but the game pronounces it as "ram-yoon" instead.
  • Out of Focus: Exaggerated — she gets no focus after her initial debut until her birthday in Episode 47. Then the Jahns assimilate her in the very next episode.
  • Production Throwback: The choice of Lolly over the numerous other Animal Crossing characters is because of her prominence in the Mayor Vine streams. However, Vinny prefers Scoot when it comes to villagers from that series, and doesn't try to re-add Lolly to those streams using New Leaf's Welcome amiibo update's titular amiibo support.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: Her cuteness is one of the reasons she's popular.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Peanuts are her super all-time favorite and her all-time favorite is celery.
  • Transplant: She's added to this game after leaving the town of Vineland in the Mayor Vine streams.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: Just one episode after her birthday (and finally getting some attention from Vinesauce's look-alike), she gets replaced/assimilated by a Jehn. Many viewers found her "demise" the hardest to take, and some believe she simply moved back to her hometown.

Dheerse (Dheerse Da'Best)
"This is some serious avant-garde stuff I'm working on."

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  • Source: Skies of Arcadia
  • Debut: Episode 28
  • Birthday: September 30, 1978
  • Favorite Color: Brown
  • Personality: Confident Brainiac
  • Creator: Chinigan (Chinigan)

Some kind of anthropomorphic horned donkey thing who apparently grants riches to those it kicks. Has a horribly wheezy voice.

  • Ascended Extra: Generally more recognizable as an islander here than in Skies of Arcadia, wherein Dheerse was just a unique creature with some lore behind it.
  • Catchphrase: "ôςó" is her primary catchphrase. The North American version of the game completely ignores the sigma because it doesn't support non-Latin characters, while the remaining characters are pronounced oddly even without the wheeziness.
  • Covert Pervert: Episode 34's Quirky Questions has her guiltily raising her hand when asked if her greatest weakness is clownjobs.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Fried eggs are her worst ever and her worst is gingerbread cake.
  • The Fashionista: She's so talented that she somehow creates designer-brand clothing, logo and all.
  • Funny Animal: She's an anthropomorphic donkey with antlers.
  • Gasshole: Dheerse once farted three times in a row after Vinny left her apartment.
  • Gender Flip: According to the Yafutoman Fairy Tale related to it, Dheerse is supposedly male.
  • Hell Is That Noise: Her voice. It's incredibly high-pitched and wheezy, she speaks very slowly, and talks as if she's phrasing everything as a question like Cling On. When scanned into the European version of the game, none of these traits apply; she sounds very posh instead.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Seabiscuit. Vinny claims they're the only people who can stand each other's voices.
  • I Am Very British: American Dheerse sounds like she's constantly out of breath. European Dheerse sounds like an elderly queen.
  • Interspecies Romance: She's a donkey-deer thing who gets together with a cloned human. Briefly, before she gets kicked off the island.
  • It's All About Me: Judging by her last name, she thinks very highly of herself. She reveals in Quirky Questions that she thinks she's better than everyone.
  • Jerkass: Revealed in Episode 51, almost single-handedly winning this status when it's found that she thinks she's better than everyone, enjoys injuring babies, and worships Satan. Needless to say, she "won" the eviction polls by a country mile, which ended up making her the "winner" of the very first poll of the Survivor Edition.
  • Make It Look Like an Accident: She wore a full mummy costume, but Vinny claims she was in a horrible accident. Now she has a judge wig to replace her facial bandages.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: She's a donkey with antlers.

  • Production Throwback: Added because Vinny streamed Skies of Arcadia: Legends.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Oatmeal cookies are her all-time favorite. Her super all-time favorite is birthday cake.
  • Transplant: She stays in this game after the end of Vinny's Skies of Arcadia streams.
  • Would Hurt a Child: She admits in Quirky Questions that she enjoys hurting babies. It was a big factor in her getting voted off.

Snoop Dogg
"Smoke weed errday."

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  • Source: Real person (Snoop Dogg)
  • Debut: Episode 29
  • Birthday: April 20, 1971
  • Favorite Color: Black
  • Personality: Independent Free Spirit
  • Creator: Unlisted (Unknown)

Rap superstar Snoop Dogg. He's bought a home on Vineland Island... and it's a hamster cage.

  • Age Lift: His date of birth was changed... solely to make a stoner joke.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Smock We'd Erday" is his primary catchphrase.
    • When he's happy: "Fo Schizzle" (pronounced "skizzle")
    • When he's worried: "Drop like it hot"
  • Cloudcuckoolander: He's apparently got no problem with the fact that his apartment is a hamster cage, possibly being too stoned to notice.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Pancakes are his worst ever. He also hates sardines.
  • Erudite Stoner: His marijuana usage doesn't hinder his ability to be dignified.
  • Flanderization: While the real Snoop Dogg is infamous for his marijuana usage, his Mii's characterization is based more on that than any of the other traits of the real Snoop Dogg, such as his music.
  • Gasshole: Once farted twice in a row. He would later be outdone by Dheerse.
  • Perpetual Poverty: This may be why he lives in a hamster cage, and is definitely why he has asked Vinny for money on a few occasions. It's "perpetual" because he spends that money on weed.
  • Playing Against Type: Invoked by Vinny. Besides his catchphrases, he generally acts and dresses in a dignified, high-class manner. He's even attained the rank of admiral in the navy.
  • Rouge Angles of Satin: "Smoke weed" is misspelled as "smock we'd" in his catchphrase.
  • Sad Clown: For all he plays up his fun-loving, dope-smoking persona, he often laments that he doesn't have many friends.
  • The Stoner: Comes with the territory of being Snoop Dogg. Vinny only feeds him what he believes to be stoner foods. His birthday is also set to 4/20 (the real Snoop was born on October 20), which incidentally means he shares a birthday with Walrus, Broccoli, and Bub Skebulba.
  • Stopped Caring: This gives him an advantage in the Survivor Edition; his answers to some of the tricky questions Vinny asks are interpreted as not being because he's telling the truth, but because he doesn't even care what the questions are asking, and simply raises his hand whenever he feels like it.
  • Token Minority: He's the only black guy on the island, but that's not saying much since most of the island consists of non-humans and freaks.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Nachos are his super all-time favorite and his all-time favorite is spaghetti.

Vineswole (Vine Swole)
"Mad gains."

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  • Source: Original character (Fan art)
  • Debut: Episode 29
  • Birthday: June 30, 1985
  • Favorite Color: Dark Green
  • Personality: Independent Thinker
  • Creator: Trance (Unknown)

A heavily muscled, but highly philosophical mushroom man, originating from buff fan art of a Vineshroom. He eventually starts a podcast about metaphysics and the nature of Tomodachi Life.

  • Adaptation Name Change: His full name is given as Swolebert Arnold Vine-Zeus in one of his comics, but his Mii's name is Vine Swole, being based on his nickname instead.
  • Age Lift: The original comic series gives his age as 576. This incarnation is in Vinny's age group. This is enforced due to technical limitations, as islanders can't be set as being born before January 1, 1900. Despite this, he's still sometimes treated as the oldest islander, particularly after he started dating Hailey, who's one of the youngest islanders; while this is true with his age in the comics, in-game he's a little over a month younger than Vinny, with some of the other islanders being in their 40s or older.
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: He's a Vineshroom given human form.
  • Arc Words: He's associated with the word "gains" in both this game and his original comic.
  • Big Brother Mentor: He's one of Hailey's only friends, and he probably encourages her to exercise. This friendship eventually turns into romance.
  • Breakout Character: Originally a single piece of fan art, Vineswole has evolved to become a character in his own right, getting an inordinate amount of attention from Vinny and starring in an officially sanctioned comic.
  • The Cameo: Vinny fights as his Mii in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Mad Gains"
    • When he's sad: "No gains."
    • When he's worried: "I'm not worried."
  • Does Not Like Spam: He melts when he eats fried chicken and he also hates tomato soup.
  • Genius Bruiser: He's strong, but he's also a deep thinker, even having philosophical conversations with Vinny.
  • In-Joke: Based on some Vineshroom fan art. Recursively, he has received fan art of his own.
  • Last of His Kind: In one fanart, he tells Walrus that he was part of the native species of Vineland Island and that his race was there to please their god, who made them perform strange tasks (such as performing strange dances and forming illogical romances). Eventually, colonists killed the rest of his species and he stayed to keep his god company, and that rebelling against said god could bring about the end of the world.
  • Macho Camp: He's big and buff, though his sexuality is ambiguous at best.
  • Mushroom Man: He's a humanized, muscular Vineshroom.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He's got a pink speedo.
  • Testosterone Poisoning: He's all of Vinesauce's love for manliness condensed into one extremely buff dude.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: His all-time favorite is spiced apple cider and his super all-time favorite is lemonade.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: His inspiration only ever wears a speedo. In Tomodachi Life, the muscle suit is a piece of clothing, but it's treated as this.
  • A Weighty Aesop: He's obsessed with exercise and hates fried chicken more than any other food.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Ironically enough. His great wisdom has let him see past evil, and his great swole will let him fight it. Vinny is also convinced he never gets worried, hence what he says when he is.

Skelorita (Skelorita Skelebone)
"Rattle me bones."

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  • Source: Original character
  • Debut: Episode 32
  • Birthday: October 31, 1981
  • Favorite Color: White
  • Personality: Outgoing Entertainer
  • Creator: Ehrinan (Unknown)

A skeleton by day, entertainer by night.

  • Catchphrase:
    • When she's happy: "Rattle me bones."
    • Her European counterpart says "Skelorizzle".
  • The Corruption: She crashed the game when she was first added, but Vinny saved immediately beforehand, averting another dimensional split.
  • The Dead Can Dance: As part of her moonlight job.
  • Dem Bones: She's a living skeleton.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Asks to borrow $48 from Vinny. Suddenly, he kicks her out for $21, without a word.
  • Does Not Like Spam: Grits are her worst and crackers are her worst ever.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Some theorize that she ended up officially allying herself with the Jahns after she got evicted. A post explaining the theory: Spoilers 
  • Fangirl: She's a fan of the Jahns.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": Her name, Skelorita, references her status as a walking skeleton.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; her name looks like it should be pronounced "Skel-a-Rita" but the game says "Skuh-lore-it-uh" instead.
  • Skeletal Musician: Her career of choice, although she hasn't demonstrated it yet.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: She loves yogurt and really likes spaghetti peperoncino.
  • Unperson: Not only do the islanders forget about her as soon as she leaves, but Vinny pretends not to remember her either after he moves Pee-wee into what was originally her apartment. In one of Southbird's edits, Vinesauce claims she was never on the island to begin with, and that HOTDOG never left.
    Vinny: "Hmmm... could have sworn there was another islander in this apartment... hm... maybe not."
  • Undeath Always Ends: Whilst her 'sister', Skelly Tenn, was promptly 'murdered' by Vinny, Skelorita lingered on for a few short months, before promptly being exiled herself.

Skeleton (Skelly Tenn)
"I'm Skelly Tenn. My nickname is Skeleton."

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  • Source: Unoriginal character
  • Debut: Episode 32
  • Birthday: January 1, 1978
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Confident Go-Getter
  • Creator: Jimmy Rssl (Unknown)

A skeleton... and that's about it. Originally intended to be Skelorita's male counterpart, except she's also a girl. Was evicted by Vinny almost immediately.

  • Body Horror: On her actual face, her nose is below her teeth. Unlike many other islanders, there's no room to interpret it as anything less creepy.
  • Dem Bones: Like Skelorita, but in a different way; while Skelorita has a skeletal face, Skeleton wears a skull mask and skeletal bodysuit (or at least she's supposed to).
  • Does Not Like Spam: She hates roast beef and doesn't like tea.
  • Killed Off for Real: The game sugarcoats it, but she's dead. As in, more dead than a skeleton already is.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: Unintentionally. Vinny thought he was adding a male skeleton, but was proven wrong not long after adding her.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": Her full name comes from her only notable trait.
  • Hell Is That Noise: She started with a high, screechy voice, though this might not have been intentional; she came from a European copy and its voice synthesizer is harder to "break" than the North American version's, as seen in Southbird's European copy, which contains Seabiscuit and gives her a normal-sounding voice. Vinny decided to put his foot down and edit it, unlike similar islanders with harsh voices (though he has edited other islanders' voices for other reasons).
  • Nightmare Face: Underneath her skeleton mask is a rather disturbing, deformed face. Since she has a European QR Code (which doesn't save clothes if scanned on an American game), this is how she appears when Vinny briefly adds her.
  • Non-Indicative Name: Since her outfit didn't transfer over to Vinny's game, she isn't much of a skeleton there, instead just being a woman with a bizarre face.
  • Shmuck Bait: The person who added her to the QR code thread warned people to not take off her skull hat. However, he didn't take into account the fact that the skull hat wouldn't transfer to non-European copies....
  • Skeletons in the Coat Closet: To look like a skeleton, she's decked out in the game's skeleton suit, but game limitations make her wear a red dress if she's added to non-European islands. The little fan art she has tends to ignore the fact that it's just an outfit, though it often gives her the red dress, such as in her picture here.
  • Spear Counterpart: Subverted, she was the same gender as Skelorita, making her existence redundant.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: She loves popcorn and roasted chestnuts.

Broccoli (Broccoli Broccoli)
"Eat your veggies."

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  • Source: Original character
  • Debut: Episode 32
  • Birthday: April 20, 1990
  • Favorite Color: Dark Green
  • Personality: Independent Artist
  • Creator: Broccoli (Unknown)

A walking, talking piece of broccoli who Vinny introduced to the island as a replacement for Skeleton. His smug face ticks Vinny off to no end.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: In the "Metadachi Life" video, he makes a self-deprecating comment and tells Southbird that "Death will never try to take [him]" after being given food, in contrast to his smugness in the main series.
    Southbird: "That's probably not true, but it's a nice sentiment."
  • Aesop Amnesia: In Episode 52, he immediately forgets his lesson about needed to get employed by switching out of his work clothes. This almost gets him voted off in that episode, and does get him voted off in the next episode.
  • Anthropomorphic Food: He's a piece of broccoli with a face.
  • Arch-Enemy: According to Vinny, Banana has this relationship with him.
  • Catchphrase:
    • His primary catchphrase is "Eat your veggies."
    • When he's mad: "Eat me"
    • When he's worried: "Bad brluck."
  • Does Not Like Spam: He absolutely despises apples and he's no fan of elephant ears.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": Broccoli "Broccoli" Broccoli is a piece of broccoli who eats other pieces of broccoli.
  • Fountain of Youth: Vinny very briefly turns him into a kid in Episode 52, to teach him a lesson about responsibility. His appearance is completely unchanged when he's a child, because the game adjusts a Mii's height to account for the change in age and he was already the shortest a Mii can be.
  • Funny Afro: He's humanized broccoli, so he's got a big green fro.
  • Jerkass: He asks Vinny for an outfit he can wear to work, despite Vinny's claim that he doesn't even have a job. After Vinny gives him something to shut him up, he immediately changes out of it.
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Vinny immediately fed him broccoli and Brussels sprouts upon meeting him. Vinny continued to feed him broccoli because he actually enjoyed eating it.
  • Let's Meet the Meat: He tells people to eat their vegetables, despite being one himself.
  • Long-Lost Relative: After seeing him with red hair, Vinny recognized him as Clown's younger brother. He's also stated to be Bub's brother, with Bub predating the Tomodachi Life streams.
  • Overnight Age-Up: After a brief time as a child, Vinny turns him back into an adult.
  • Repetitive Name: His first name, last name, and nickname are all given as Broccoli. His creator is also listed as Broccoli.
  • Self-Deprecation: He calls himself "trash as a whole" in Southbird's "Metadachi Life" video.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: For a good chunk of the series, Broccoli did nothing overly hate-inducing. Vinny just hated him because of his face.
  • Smug Smiler: Not actually too smug (until later on, at least), but the insufferable smirk that's always on his face is the main reason Vinny hates him.
  • The Stoner: Due to being a green food, Broccoli was given a birthday of 4/20 by his creator.
  • Sucksessor: Broccoli was brought in by Vinny to replace Skeleton, who would've most likely become an islander with no personality. Broccoli, on the other hand, did have a personality... one that Vinny absolutely despised. And in the end, he suffers the same fate as the islander he replaced.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Tacos and onion rings.
  • Very Punchable Man: Vinny repeatedly expresses his desire to hit him, even fantasizing about punching through his face at one point.

    Introduced in Episodes 34 to 37 

Bub Skebulba
"I call it 'Street-Corner Horror.'"

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  • Source: Vinny's Skate 3 streams
  • Debut: Episode 34
  • Birthday: April 20, 1982
  • Favorite Color: Light Green
  • Personality: Easygoing Buddy
  • Creator: Jamie (Unknown)

A skater dude, mass murderer, and relative of Broccoli who moved to Vineland Island after one too many physics incidents. In Episode 40, he became a child thanks to a Kid-o-matic.

  • Accidental Misnaming: "Bub Skebulba" was originally one of Sebulba from The Phantom Menace before Vinny used it for the Skate 3 character. He also apparently kills people like Mike Myers and not Michael Myers.
  • Asshole Victim: A serial killer who ends up assimilated by the Jahns.
  • Celebrity Impersonator: He kills people Mike Myers-style. It's not ogre until he says it's ogre.
  • The Chew Toy: When he's not being subjected to broken physics, he is being tortured in the Hall of Meat.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He hates hot dogs and doesn't like porridge.
  • The Eeyore: He has a depressed-sounding voice and once said he'd be sad forever if Vinny didn't send him a Christmas card. He also sounds sad whenever Vinny criticizes his photography.
  • Enfant Terrible: He's a childlike immortal monster who kills people for kicks, and he actually becomes a child.
  • Fountain of Youth: He suddenly became a child in Episode 40. Paradoxically, he is now younger than Levi and Hailey, who were born within his lifetime.
  • Funny Afro: He has a green afro like Broccoli. It runs in the family.
  • Hard Head: Averted, as the multiple incidents of head trauma he suffered while skating ended up causing brain damage. As a result, he speaks slowly and exhibits poor judgment, such as when he went to the beach in cold weather while wearing nothing but swim trunks.
  • Improbable Weapon User: He uses icicles to stab people in the streets. Vinny came to this conclusion after he took a picture of some icicles and named it "Street-Corner Horror". Other things at his disposal are questionable skateboarding skills and bizarre application of physics.
  • Long-Lost Relative: He's Broccoli's brother (and shares his birth date), but the game doesn't recognize them as such. He was recognized postmortem as Clown's brother as well.
  • Nice Guy: He cares about two things: Skating, and his friends. He's also a serial killer, so take that as you will.
  • Nigh-Invulnerable: No injury seems to be able to cause any permanent damage, with his only weakness being olives.
  • Production Throwback: He's a reference to Vinny's Skate 3 streams, which feature him as a player character.
  • Reality Warper: Whenever he goes skating, bad things happen. He later weaponizes this and becomes an immortal serial killer.
  • Serial Killer: Stabs people to death with icicles, among other things.
  • The Stoner: Given a 4/20 birthday purely because of his apparent greenness.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Danish pastries are his super all-time favorite and instant noodles are his all-time favorite.
  • Transplant: He comes from Vinny's Skate 3 streams and stays in this game after the end of those streams.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Allergic to olives, which are the only thing that can kill him.

The Jahn Trio (Jahn Jahn, Jahn Jahn, and Jahn Jahn)
"Slow it down, Captain."

  • Source: In-joke
  • Debut: Episode 34
  • Birthday: November 26, 1988
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Independent Artist
  • Creator: Tev (Tev-216)

Three alien men identical from conception, the Jahns are an experiment to see just how different genetically identical men can become. In-story, they're alien "invaders" who come in (relative) peace to research the curiosities of Vineland Island and its inhabitants.

The Jahns are Walking Spoilers.

  • Aliens Speaking English: There is some sort of Jahnian language, but the Jahn Trio speaks English like every other islander. Jahn #2 has been shown to have a shaky grasp of the language, so it's possible they quickly learned it before visiting Vineland.
  • Bald of Evil: All Jahns, no matter their age or gender, are bald. Jahn #1 took this to new heights when he chose to spray his non-existent hair red in Episode 46 and his appearance didn't change at all.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: They are neither good or evil, they just are. They appear to have empathy, but at the same time, their hidden agenda is their primary concern.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Post-breakup, the former Captain Jahn became Jahn #1 and wears red, Jahn #2 wears purple, and Jahn #3 became Captain Jahn and wears the classic green outfit.
  • Divergent Character Evolution: Each Jahn gets a unique personality as the series progresses, among other changes.
  • Gone Horribly Wrong: After Vinny attempts to solve the confusion over which Jahn is the Captain, he inadvertently relieves Jahn #1 of his status as captain, and gives it to Jahn #3. This results in the arrival of the rest of their kind....
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Many of the series' antagonists were their creations directly or indirectly.
    • They collectively created Vlinny, who went on to brainwash Tingle, CD-i Link, and Ben Drowned.
    • At least one of them was responsible for summoning Satan, who in turn controls Isaac. One of them was seen speaking with Isaac as well.
    • Skelorita descended into madness trying to emulate them, which caused a stoned Jesus to doubt his surroundings.
    • The Jahns created a teddy bear with their face, which Hailey and Two Faced proceeded to quarrel over.
    • After taking part in Levi's opera, Levi Time, one of the Jahns promptly offed him in the following episode.
    • The Jahn invasion claimed the lives of many other islanders.
  • The Greys: The initial wave of fan art portrayed them as this, and Vinny has stated that is their canon appearance from now on.
  • The Homeward Journey: Eventually, Vinny decided that the Jahns were actually stuck on the island and were trying to get home. He interpreted a dream one Jahn had (about an endless game of hide-and-seek) as them realizing it was impossible to get home. Given events during the assimilation arc, however, the whole thing is a non-issue, as the Jahns manage to come to Earth and back in a short span of time.
  • In-Joke: Their name comes from when Vinny met an Italian man who called everyone "Jahn" or "Captain", regardless of whether he was told someone's real name, and would frequently exclaim "Slow it down" (particularly after being told one was neither named John nor a captain).
  • Nature Versus Nurture: The Jahns' subplot is this. Do they have the same destiny, or just the same name? As of Episode 50, #1 and #3 choose to stay with their species, while #2/Lumber Jahn decides to stay at Vineland and become a new man.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Played with. The name looks like a misspelling of "John", but Vinny has given the pronunciation as between "John", "Jan", and "Jen", though this is difficult to express in English letters. However, the game struggles with this and Vinny ended up settling with "Jehn" in-game.
  • Melancholy Moon: One Jahn asked Vinny to see what was on his mind and he was thinking of the moon. It reminds them of home.
  • Mister Seahorse: Jahns are born in egg clutches carried by the father. They therefore have an emotional connection to the earthly animal.
  • Multiple-Choice Past: They probably come from the moon, but they may also come from Atlantis. Vinny believes the true answer rests with the viewer. A round of Quirky Questions suggested they lived in R'lyeh, an alien city submerged in the ocean, reconciling the two theories.
  • Planet of Steves: It's impossible to know which Jahn is being talked about at any time. This is only slightly easier when it's one Jahn talking about another Jahn.
  • Religion of Evil: One of the Jahns seems to be in a cult-like group that worships Satan and handjobs, along with Isaac and Pinkle. Which one is unknown.
  • Repetitive Name: Each is named Jahn Jahn.
  • Rule of Three: Vinny added exactly three Jahns. It didn't stay that way.
  • Same-Sex Triplets: They were all born/created at the same time, making them triplets and thus this trope.
  • Send in the Clones: Upon arrival, there was nothing to distinguish them. By Episode 49, there are at least a dozen of them, but they are gone quickly with only one remaining, so there's no need to distinguish them.
  • Spell My Name with an S: When Vinny originally added them, they were named "Jon". Vinny seems to have deleted them and re-added them between streams (using the QR codes later added to this page), because the nicknames were read-only.
  • Sweet Tooth: At least two of the Jahns like sweets.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: From a plot perspective, chicken cutlets.
  • Walking Spoiler: Just about everything relating to them from Episode 46 onwards.
  • You Are Number 6: Each is primarily known by his number, which refers to the order in which they were added to the island.

Jahn #1 (Helmet Jahn, Captain Jahn, Red Jahn)

"Does not compute."

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The so-called leader of the Jahns, identified as such because he's the one who wears a helmet consistently. He's the most outgoing of the trio, and acts as their spokesperson.

  • Catchphrase:
    • "Slow down it" is his primary catchphrase.
    • When he's happy: "Slow it down jan."
    • When he's angry: "Does not compute"
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst ever is French toast and his worst is lasagna.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: His becoming captain is due to this, as he decided that he didn't want to be identical to his partners. Unlike Jahn #2, however, he has no hard feelings towards his species and their sameness, and he still accompanies them on their trip home.
  • In-Series Nickname: "Captain Jahn", as a sign of his leadership. It was formerly "Helmet Jahn", but that was before the helmet was defined as a symbol of authority.
  • Put on a Bus: Leaves with the other Jahns in the period before Episode 50.
  • Pokémon Speak: He doesn't have to, but he sings most of his song with different inflections of "Jahn".
  • Token Good Teammate: Despite being an alien invader, he's clearly the nicest and most outgoing of the trio, making his leader position justified. At least until the assimilation arc, but it's possible he was helping Jahn #3 begrudgingly at best.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Panini are his super all-time favorite and smoothies are his all-time favorite.

Jahn #2 (Purple Jahn, Lumber Jahn)

"Rub titties."

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The second member of the Jahn Trio. He seems to be the least experienced of them, and thus doesn't do as good of a job at interacting with Earth culture.

  • Arc Villain: Assuming the Mayor Vine crossover is canon, he was the one behind the Survivor Edition. Averted in Vinesauce Miitopia, which has him as part of Vinesauce's party.
  • Becoming the Mask: The lumberjack outfit was originally just his human disguise. After he defected from the other Jahns, it became an identity for him.
  • Catchphrase:
    • His primary catchphrase is "Slow it down."
    • When he's happy: "Rub titties."
  • Defector from Decadence: He refuses to rejoin his race after the assimilation, and remains on Vineland Island as a simple Lumber Jahn.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst ever is honey and his worst is rice.
  • Fake Defector: The (dubiously canon) Mayor Vine crossover reveals that his defection was a ruse to continue manipulating Vinny (explaining his influence in the Survivor Edition). This doesn't apply to his portrayal in Vinesauce Miitopia, which portrays him as heroic, with his assimilation of Mike Stoklasa being completely voluntary due to Stoklasa deciding he was fed up with what was going on in that game while Lumber Jahn had a serious injury that was only mendable with assimilation.
  • Functional Addict: Apparently has tried lots of drugs in his quest to experience human life, but he seems no worse off for it.
  • I Choose to Stay: He stays on the island post-invasion, aiming to become human and having his name changed to "Lumber Jahn".
  • I Hate Past Me: In Episode 52, Lumber Jahn reacts with horror when Ben Drowned says he likes assimilation in Quirky Questions. He also insists that he enjoys cutting logs, further explaining that he is changing his identity.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: Unlike the other Jahns, he simply wants to live a normal life on Vineland Island.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: His desire to be human differentiates him from the other Jahns, who differed very little from each other and were on Vineland Island to invade it, with Lumber Jahn choosing to stay after the others' invasion ceased.
  • Is It Something You Eat?: Inverted; he believes/believed that "potato" is an extremely harsh insult in English. According to Vinny, the Jahns tried to get cutlets from Darren before being told to look on Vineland Island, so there may be a reason for this.
  • No Social Skills: Despite interactions with others being part of his job, he's very bad at it. He manages to anger Two Faced within minutes after meeting her, though that may be speaking more for the latter than the former. He did eventually gain a good friendship with Hailey, at least.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: He eventually tries to blend in by dressing like a lumberjack and changing his apartment (completely ignoring his face, the telltale sign of Jahndom). He decides to keep wearing the disguise even after the other Jahns leave, at one point using it to pose for "Natural Human Magazine".
  • Pinocchio Syndrome: As of Episode 50, he has abandoned the Jahn species and establishes that he wants to be human.
  • Stealth Insult: After the Jahns failed to get their cutlets from Vinesauce's resident potato, Darren, thus leading to their presence on Vineland Island, he began to consider "potato" to be a harsh insult.
  • Token Good Teammate: In the end, he turns out to be the most moral of the Jahns, openly renouncing assimilation and opting to stay behind and integrate himself into Vineland culture. The Mayor Vine crossover (of uncertain canon) casts doubt on this, however...
  • Trademark Favorite Food: His super all-time favorite is caviar and s'mores are his all-time favorite.

Jahn #3 (False Captain Jahn)

"I could rule the world with this kind of talent!"

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The third member of the Jahn Trio. He doesn't stand out very much compared to the others.

  • Aliens Are Bastards: While the Jahns as a species are morally ambiguous at best, he's clearly either evil or severely misguided and reckless. This may or may not extend to his army.
  • Dead Sidekick: Skelorita's deletion, in addition to his inadvertent promotion, kickstarts his plot to take over Vineland Island and the world.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst ever is octopus and his worst is lobster.
  • In-Series Nickname: He gets the "Captain Jahn" moniker after he gets confused for Jahn #1.
  • The Man Behind the Man: It's implied that he (or another aggressive Jahn) was manipulating Vinny into running the Survivor Edition, in order to clear out the island for conquest. Given Vinny's decision to end that arc early, it didn't work.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: He's is just an ineffectual weirdo in a spaceman trio, right? Oops, he's decided to take over the world, and he brought company.
  • Put on a Bus: He leaves before Episode 50 when forced to, taking almost all the other Jahns with him.
  • Spot the Imposter: He once wore his helmet while playing a game with Vinny, making him confuse him for Captain Jahn. He takes advantage of this in Episode 46 in order to gain the title of captain.
  • The Starscream: Fans suspect that he was this; Jahn #1's tenure as Captain was peaceful, while the assimilation began right after Jahn #3 was put in charge.
  • Take Over the World: His goal as captain. That, or get chicken cutlets, whichever comes first.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Of the original trio, he turns out to be this way.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Brownies are his super all-time favorite and peanuts are his all-time favorite.
  • Tyrant Takes the Helm: The Jahns became a lot more direct after he took the lead. The results speak for themselves.

Hailey Bluetawn
"I run hot and cold. I either love or hate something. You... I love."

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  • Source: Original character (In-game child)
  • Debut: Episode 36 (Islander in Episode 38)
  • Birthday: December 8, 2000
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Outgoing Leader
  • Creator: N/A (Automatically generated)

The daughter of Ralph Bluetawn and Lamb Chop. In Episode 40, she became a grown-up thanks to an Age-o-matic.

  • Catchphrase: "Terp thern buvin", a butchered version of her father's primary catchphrase, is her primary catchphrase.
  • Depending on the Artist: Artists take liberties with her in-game appearance in order to make her resemble her parents more, particularly because her father is unable to have the blue color he has in Second Life.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Invoked by Vinny in Episode 38, who points out that she and her mother always appear to have closed eyes.
  • Gonk: Probably comes from Ralph.
  • Love It or Hate It: Discussed by Hailey herself, who says her opinions are either very positive or very negative.
  • Mix-and-Match Critter: Part sheep and part troll.
  • Only Friend: She mostly hangs out with Vineswole. This turned out to be a crush, and when Vineswole intervenes after Ben asks her out, she gladly accepts the former's request to get together.
  • Overnight Age-Up: Became an adult in Episode 40.
  • Vocal Dissonance: Her voice sounds a bit masculine for a young girl.

Levi Buddy
"I am a useless ayusshole."

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  • Source: Original character (In-game child)
  • Debut: Episode 36 (Islander in Episode 38)
  • Birthday: December 8, 2000
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Easygoing Softie
  • Creator: N/A (Automatically generated)

The son of Alpaca and BonziBUDDY. In Episode 40, he became a grown-up thanks to an Age-o-matic.

  • Asshole Victim: He calls himself a "useless ayusshole" and Vinny's distaste for him eventually leads to his assimilation.
  • Black Bead Eyes: He inherited his dad's eyes.
  • Celebrity Resemblance: Vinny thinks he looks like Hitler from certain angles.
  • Depending on the Artist: Artists will take liberties with his in-game appearance to make him resemble his parents more, particularly because the purple color his father originally had is impossible to replicate in Tomodachi Life.
  • Disappeared Dad: BonziBUDDY was evicted moments after he grew out of infancy.
  • Evil Overlord: Vinny is convinced he'll become a dictator. Given the Jahns' way of dealing with other races, he might not be wrong.
  • Mix-and-Match Critter: Part alpaca and part gorilla.
  • Overnight Age-Up: Became an adult in Episode 40.
  • Parent with New Paramour: Portrayed as depressed over BonziBUDDY's leave, and not considering Walrus as his "real" dad. By the time Alpaca proposes to Walrus, he's put this aside and happily attends their wedding.
  • Permanently Missable Content: Since Vinny never made a QR Code for him before he got assimilated, the original Levi is impossible to get. The QR Code on TV Tropes is extremely accurate, but isn't an exact replica.
  • Self-Deprecation: He apparently is a "useless ayusshole" (according to "Levi Time").
  • Sins of Our Fathers: As the son of BonziBUDDY, he inherits Vinny's hatred of his father.
  • Quiet Cry for Help: While singing Levi Time, he slips in "g-yen" at the end, which sounded suspiciously like Vinny's pronunciation of Jahn (a single Jahn was present as a backup dancer). Sure enough, he was assimilated the next episode.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain: What happens only a short time after he finally has someone he can accept as a father? Levi gets assimilated without a second thought.

    Introduced in Episodes 38 to 47 

Ghoul Cont (Ghoul Cunt, Mad Ghoulish Cunt, Undead Rider)
"I love being creative and using my imagination."

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  • Source: Undead Rider
  • Debut: Episode 38
  • Birthday: May 30, 1973
  • Favorite Color: Brown
  • Personality: Independent Artist
  • Creator: Undead-Ridr (Unknown)

A ghoul known for riding around on a motorcycle. When off-road, though, he's very slow.

  • Country Matters: His name contains the word "cunt", albeit intentionally misspelled due to the word filter.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: While selecting his traits while adding him, Vinny attributes multiple traits to his deadness, and ends up saying "because he's dead" each time he selects one of said traits.
  • Drives Like Crazy: While he can never show it in the game proper (the only vehicles in Tomodachi Life are a skateboard and a car in one of the dreams), his skills at driving a motorcycle are... questionable.
  • The Eeyore: Sounds so depressed that Vinny claims even Sponge speaks with more enthusiasm. Justified in that he's dead.
  • Gonk: He's one of many ridiculously ugly islanders, in his case because he's a zombie.
  • I Have Many Names: Undead Rider is the name of his origin game and presumably the name of the character himself, but Vinny called him a "mad ghoulish cunt" while playing it, and the name stuck. That name was shortened to "Ghoul Cunt" for Tomodachi Life, and censored to "Cont" out of necessity.
  • Lazy Bum: Due to being dead, he moves very slowly and is very relaxed.
  • Non-Indicative Name: He's actually a zombie, but he's called a ghoul because Vinny called him one in the outburst that gave him his nickname. "Mad Zombie Cunt" also doesn't have the same ring to it.
  • Our Ghouls Are Creepier: Subverted; he's not really a ghoul, he's just called one.
  • Our Zombies Are Different: He's undead, but is called a ghoul and very rarely hungers for human flesh.
  • Out of Focus: The only islander to rival Lolly in lack of screentime. Hence why he was assimilated alongside her.
  • Permanently Missable Content: He will never have an official Tomodachi Life QR Code because Vinny added him via a Mii Maker QR Code and deleted him without making a code specific to this game.
  • Production Throwback: He's a reference to Vinny's Undead Rider stream, which features him as the player character.
  • Spell My Name with an S: His name is supposed to be "Ghoul Cunt", but it had to be censored to bypass the game's filters.
  • Transplant: He's added after Vinny's Undead Rider stream, and sticks around afterward.
  • Undeath Always Ends: Yet another undead islander is gone, and in his place is a Jahn.

Jaxon Bluetawn
"My face hurts :)"

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  • Source: Original character (In-game child)
  • Debut: Episode 40 (Traveler in Episode 41)
  • Birthday: January 1 (Year Unknown, Kid)
  • Favorite Color: Unknown
  • Personality: Confident Designer
  • Creator: N/A (Automatically generated)

Ralph Bluetawn and Lamb Chop's second child, and Hailey's brother. He left home to travel the world, but ended up being stuck at the port.

  • Body Horror: As a baby, his nose was inside his lips. When he grew up, his nose became huge, to match his dad's.
  • Catchphrase: Vinny sets "My face hurts :)" as the phrase he says when visiting other islands, though Vinny's setup for streaming 3DS games prevents it from being used this way.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Like his mother, though it's not as apparent.
  • Gag Nose: Vinny found it funny that his nose rapidly grew so significantly as he got older.
  • Gonk: He had a nose inside his mouth as a child, and very tiny eyes as an adult.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Southbird's edits emphasize his odd appearance more than Vinny and portray him as an abomination, including distorting the footage and audio whenever his name is said.
  • Mix-and-Match Critter: Part sheep and part troll.
  • Only One Name: The game doesn't recognize him as having a last name. However, his sister's is the same as their dad's.
  • Out of Focus: Despite never having a chance to leave the island, Vinny never paid any attention to him after he grew up.
  • Permanently Missable Content: Due to being made a traveler, he lacks a Tomodachi Life QR Code. However, Vinny could still make a Mii Maker QR Code for him because travelers' Miis are generally sent to the StreetPass Mii Plaza alongside Miis met online, with both being listed as being "met through invitation" (despite travelers' Miis originating on the same system).
  • Put on a Bus: He left to travel the world instead of becoming a resident. However, he hasn't had much of a chance to go anywhere.
  • Slept Through the Apocalypse: Presumably managed to survive the Jahn invasion simply by ignoring it and staying at the docks. This also means that he, along with Vinesauce, is completely unable to be voted off during the Survivor Edition.

Satan (Satan Jackson)
"Cthulu ftaghen."

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  • Source: Satan
  • Debut: Episode 40
  • Birthday: June 6, 1966
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Easygoing Dreamer
  • Creator: Mary (Lalalei2001)
  • DS Creator: We-Steve (Weinerless Steve)

The lord of darkness. Somehow found his way onto the island after retiring from ruling all of hell.

  • Age Lift: Somehow, an ancient being was born in the '60s.
  • Affably Evil: If he is evil, then he's not too threatening; he has plenty of friends, he wears ridiculous outfits, and he lives in a fluffy, brightly colored apartment.
  • Catchphrase:
  • Creepy Monotone: He has a deep voice that doesn't change as he speaks. The European version removes the deepness but keeps the monotone, making it sound creepier.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Surprisingly, he hasn't done anything particularly bad since arriving on the island.
  • The Devil Is a Loser: After giving him a basketball jersey, Vinny admits that he's probably the least threatening version of Satan he's even seen.
  • Does Not Like Spam: His worst is frozen yogurt and his worst ever is caviar.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Was chosen over Jesus even by the messiah himself in an earlier episode. Donkey Kong has also apparently been a Satanist for quite some time.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: He may be evil, but he reacts negatively when Kenny claims he's better than everyone else.
  • Evil Sorcerer: Wears a black wizard outfit when not wearing leather.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: He has a deep voice, and he's Satan, so the evil part is obvious to a degree.
  • Hell-Bent for Leather: He wears leather occasionally, with an emphasis on the "Hell" part. His band plays heavy metal, giving him a uniform of sorts.
  • In-Series Nickname: Vinny referred to his arrival as "a visit from our Uncle Stan" while scanning his QR Code.
  • Kill 'Em All: He suggested that Vinny delete the island in a round of Judgment Bay. Vinny was not surprised to see him advocate its deletion.
  • Not Afraid to Die: He states that he isn't afraid of deletion in a round of Quirky Questions. He ends up voting to delete the island in Episode 50. Vinny isn't surprised by this.
  • Number of the Beast: He was born on June 6, 1966 (6/6/66).
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: If Vinny's Mii being married to Two Faced wasn't enough, he says he wants to be friends with Jesus during the Tomodachi Collection corruptions.
  • Pals with Jesus: He and Jesus formed a rock band with Isaac, and both have claimed the other is superior at one time or another. In the Tomodachi Collection corruption stream, he actually tells Vinny he wants to be friends with Jesus.
  • Physical God: Pinkle, Isaac, and a Jahn are trying to summon him to the island, not realizing that he's already their neighbor. A piece of fan art interprets a ritual by Tucker (who is naturally unaware of Satan's presence on the island) as summoning Pee-wee instead.
  • Pretentious Pronunciation: Vinny says he prefers to be called "Sa-tahn" during the Tomodachi Collection corruptions.
  • Rock Me, Asmodeus!: He comes into the island in a leather costume, and the interior Vinny gives to him is rock concert-themed. He also formed a metal band with Jesus and Isaac.
  • Stealth Pun: He wears a Santa outfit on the corrupted island. In other words, Old Nick is dressed as Saint Nick, making him Satan Claus.
  • Stop Worshipping Me: Precisely three people think that he (and handjobs) is better than Jesus (and blowjobs), but he disagrees. Devil worship also became a subject of Quirky Questions in Episode 51 and probably had a lot to do with Dheerse being voted off.
  • Supreme Chef: He made split-pea soup using just a frying pan.
  • Thousand-Yard Stare: While taking a phone call, Vinny left Satan staring at the screen for a full minute.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves fish cakes and he really likes grapefruit.

Pinkle (Pinkle Pink)
"For your 7 o'clock Mii News, this is Pinker Pink, signing off."

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Tingle's fairy companion from his very own game. She looks like someone in the chat's mom.

  • Advertised Extra: Despite Vinny's desire for a Pinkle islander and her unique arrival, she ultimately has no impact on Vineland.
  • Audience Participation: Due to so many people submitting good Pinkle Miis, Vinny had the chat vote for which one to use. These were the options, with #3 and #4 being the same due to an error on Vinny's behalf. The winner was #3/#4.
  • Department of Redundancy Department: Vinny's list of candidates for her Mii had one Mii listed twice. Coincidentally, this was the one that won.
  • Does Not Like Spam: She hates ravioli and doesn't like ramen.
  • Fairy Companion: She was one to Tingle in the game she came from, but she hasn't shown any relation like this to Vineland Island's Tingle.
  • Fan Disservice: Despite the original Pinkle being an example of Fairy Sexy who wears a stripperiffic outfit and Vinny's comment that her Mii is "too good-looking" shortly after adding her, Vinny acts out skits that give her an unattractive-sounding voice and have her say things that make her sound disgusting.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; her name's pronunciation seems obvious despite her original game mostly lacking voice acting, but Vinny set the pronunciation of her name as "Pinker".
  • Out of Focus: Falls off the radar pretty quickly due to her "quirk" not being too interesting, as well as never making any friends (meaning she can't appear with other islanders at apartments or the café chat sessions). She doesn't even get checked on in Episode 55, while every other islander does. Presumably the only reason that the assimilation didn't off her was because she was relatively new at the time.
  • Phrase Catcher: Vinny often says some variation on "Hey Tinger, it's me, Pinger" upon seeing her.
  • Production Throwback: Vinny adds her because he streamed her game, as with many other game character Miis.
  • Religion of Evil: Seems to be in a cult-like group that worships Satan and handjobs, along with Isaac and one of the Jahns.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: She loves raw oysters and really likes broccoli.
  • Transplant: She's added to this game after the conclusion of Vinny's streams of her game of origin.
  • Vocal Dissonance: She has a very deep, masculine voice.
  • Walking Swimsuit Scene: Her pink bikini, which is the closest thing to what she wears in her original game, is her standard clothing option. Vinny once commented that she had no right to insult someone else's clothes during a rap battle when she generally walks around half-naked.

Pretzel (Pretzel Mario)
"I'm a people watcher. It's kinda like a sport for shy people."

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  • Source: In-joke (Vinny's Game & Wario Miiverse Sketch streams)
  • Debut: Episode 42
  • Birthday: January 28, 1977
  • Favorite Color: Brown
  • Personality: Independent Artist
  • Creator: me (Strat)

Sponge's younger brother, who is taller and wears brown. He was originally created by Vinny as a bunch of scribbles in Game & Wario's Miiverse Sketch mode. Appears in Super Sponge Bros. as well, replacing Luigi in the game's two-player mode.

  • Art Evolution: He went from a blind drawing of a pretzel that vaguely resembled a Mario Brother running while crying, to having a goatee and a small mustache, to having no goatee but having a much larger mustache.
  • Catchphrase:
    • His primary catchphrase is "Mullets rule!"
    • When he's sad: "eeehhyy you know" ("eeehhyy" is pronounced like "e-i-e-i-e-i" very quickly).
  • A Date with Rosie Palms: He stares at people, and then his own genitalia. He also once admitted that he enjoys masturbating in theaters every night (a sentiment Pee-wee denies sharing).
  • Does Not Like Spam: He hates milkshakes for some reason. He also melts upon eating potato chips.
  • Edible Theme Naming: Vinny mentions that his Evil Counterpart is Schnitzel and his love interest is Princess Chocolate. Possibly coincidentally, both pretzels and schnitzel come from German-speaking countries (Germany and Austria, respectively).
  • The Eeyore: Much like his brother, though in less of a depressive way and more of an apathetic way. Unlike Sponge, who is very depressed and worried about everything, Pretzel doesn't really care about anything.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Vinny once suggested that he absorbs anger in the same way his brother absorbs sadness. However, he has only shown it once, and the only target was his punching bag. Vinny ends up concluding that he's simply indifferent to everything.
  • In-Series Nickname: Vinny refers to him and his brother, Sponge, as the "Bootleg Mario Bros."
  • Palette Swap: Due to technical limitations, he simply looks like a differently colored Sponge in Super Sponge Bros., similar to how Luigi looked like a recolor of Mario until Super Mario Bros. 2. Every other depiction gives him a much more distinct appearance, particularly when it comes to his facial hair.
  • Production Throwback: He was created indirectly from Vinny's second, more "abstract and cool" attempt to draw a pretzel with his eyes closed in Game & Wario's Miiverse Sketch mode, which Vinny thought looked like a Mario Brother running while crying, after the first attempt produced unimpressive (read: too pretzel-like) results.
  • The Scrappy: invoked To Vinny, at first. Vinny said that he warmed up to and began to really like Sponge, but was certain that it wasn't going to happen with Pretzel, at least until another Mario Brother arrived. Shortly thereafter, Vinny gives Pretzel a gift and tells him to "Go fly a kite", which Pretzel promptly does; Vinny then says he likes Pretzel because he listens. By the end of the series, Vinny and the fans have grow to like him, especially when Vinny gave him a ridiculous voice in Episode 55.
  • Stopped Caring: He's been established as simply not caring about feeling and the like, in contrast with Sponge, who does care and makes himself sad by doing so. Jesus calls him a nihilist in Southbird's "Metadachi Life" video.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves key lime pie and really likes corn on the cob.
  • Verbal Tic: "Ehhh, y'know..." but only when Vinny is doing his impression of him. The game's speech function is not sophisticated enough to represent it, and while Vinny tried to set it as one of his catchphrases in Episode 57, it would only show up when he's sad.
  • Vocal Evolution: After a year of not playing Tomodachi Life, Vinny's Pretzel voice sounds very different, though he keeps the Verbal Tic.

Chef Gordon (Gordon Ramsay)
"It's fukking raw!"

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  • Source: Real person (Gordon Ramsay)
  • Debut: Episode 42
  • Birthday: November 8, 1981
  • Favorite Color: White
  • Personality: Confident Go-Getter
  • Creator: Carly (Unknown)

A Olympian god turned chef, prone to yelling at others for mistakes.

  • Age Lift: The real Ramsay was born in 1966.
  • Came from the Sky: He arrived in town by falling between a crack in the clouds.
  • Catchphrase: "It's fukking raw" is his primary catchphrase.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He's made more than a few snide comments, mostly when Vinny is imitating him.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He despises fish cakes and isn't a fan of meatballs.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He's generally referred to as Chef Gordon (technically rendered in-game as ChefGordon, due to character limits), mainly because islanders' real names rarely come up in-game.
  • Gasshole: During one of Vinny's visits to his apartment, he claims that a fart of his was "fucking raw".
  • God Guise: Convinces the islanders that he was a Greek god who fell from the sky and decided to stay. Funnily enough, God himself (as in, Jesus's father) apparently hates Gordon and doesn't want him anywhere near Jesus.
  • Iconic Outfit: Played with. His creator gave him a white shirt and black pants, akin to what a chef would wear, but his QR Code was made on a European copy (not unlike Skeleton), so it doesn't carry over to Vinny's copy.
  • Interspecies Romance: He's a human who gets together with a horse.
  • No Indoor Voice: He's continually angry and never speaks quietly.
  • One-Liner Echo: Vinny can't help but say "It's fucking raw!" when he appears on-screen.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: His catchphrase contains the word "fucking", but it's misspelled to get past censors.
  • Supreme Chef: Making brownies in a frying pan, while probably not the best method, is quite possible. Making lemonade in a frying pan is just silly (at least with the heat on). Of the things he's cooked, paella (something that actually uses a pan for at least part of its preparation) is one of the few things Vinny considered to be something more akin to what the real Gordon would cook. That said, the paella was Szechuan, whatever that means for a distinctly Spanish dish.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Chocolate and peaches.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: In Southbird's "Metadachi Life" video, he calls Waluigi a jerk right after becoming friends with him.

Pee-wee Herman
"Heh heh!"

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An eccentric, childlike man living in a cartoon world. His reputation on the island is a bit stunted due to a certain incident in a movie theater, but he gets along fine.

  • Catchphrase: His primary catchphrase is "Heh heh!"
  • Cloudcuckoolander: And he lives in a Cloudcuckooland apartment that bears a striking resemblance to the playhouse, and is described by Vinny as being "perfect for Pee-wee Herman."
  • A Date with Rosie Palms:
    • Vinny wastes no time in bringing up the incident in which Pee-wee (or rather, his actor) masturbated in a porno theater.
    • And then the islanders themselves start talking about Pee-wee's scandal, much to Vinny's surprise.
      Vlinny: Have you heard what they're saying about Pee-wee? You think you know a person!
      Vinny: Oh HOHOHOHOOO!
      Clown: You should know better than to buy into petty gossip.
      Vinny: Are they referring to his incident in the theater!?
      Broccoli: A scandal!? Tell me, tell me!
      Vinny: [Bursts]
      Vinny: It's perfect! Pee-wee...they know about what he did in the theater!
    • During Quirky Questions, one of the questions was "Who likes theater fapping every night?" Pee-wee didn't choose it, though Pretzel and Snoop Dogg did.
    • One time Vinny checked out how much money he'd spent on the islanders and the amount spent on Pee-wee ended up being close to the price of a movie ticket.
  • Does Not Like Spam: For some reason, he hates birthday cake and he doesn't like Napoleon cake.
  • Excited Kids' Show Host: The original Pee-wee was one, after all.
  • Iconic Outfit: His sequined grey suit, which Vinny refuses to change him out of. Until the last episode, when Vinny finally satisfies Pee-Wee's demand for new clothes, giving him a warm jacket to wear on his trips to the movies.
  • Manchild: He's old, yet acts and sounds very childish.
  • Mr. Imagination: He's off in his own world often, and can find excitement in a simple rock.
  • Noodle Incident: Played with. Some other islanders had a conversation about an incident he was involved in while chatting at the café, calling it a scandal but not giving any specific details. Vinny himself didn't hesitate to conclude that the incident in question is the infamous theater incident.
  • One of the Kids: He gets along well with kids, although he's yet to actually interact with any of the ones on Vineland Island.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Brownies and banana splits.

Birdo (Birdo Egg)
"We should start a band! You hum. I'll rap. We'll call ourselves Hummus Rap!"

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  • Source: Super Mario Bros. 2
  • Debut: Episode 46
  • Birthday: January 1, 1987
  • Favorite Color: Pink
  • Personality: Confident Adventurer
  • Creator: Unlisted (Sycho-Gamer)

A dinosaur creature from Super Mario Bros. 2.

  • Adaptation Name Change: The original Birdo didn't have a last name, and since Tomodachi Life islanders can't have Only One Name this Birdo was given the original's weapon of choice as a last name.
  • Age Lift: Vinny intended to give her a birth year matching her origin game's release date, except that Super Mario Bros. 2 came out in 1988. However, if you're going by her technical origin in Doki Doki Panic, then the 1987 date is correct.
  • Brawn Hilda: Came to the island wearing a muscle suit.
  • Catchphrase: "Skrumpadumpalump" is her primary catchphrase.
  • Does Not Like Spam: She hates coconuts and doesn't like Salisbury steak.
  • Flat Character: Doesn't really have much going for her. The main reason she got the axe, in fact.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: She loves meatballs and she really likes cinnamon rolls.
  • We Hardly Knew Ye: Lasted a good six episodes before the Survivor Edition does her in.

Tucker (Tucker Blankface, Tucker Friendperson)

"Vinny said to!"

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  • Source: Original character (Recurring Vinny-made character)
  • Debut: Episode 46
  • Birthday: February 26, 2000
  • Favorite Color: Black
  • Personality: Outgoing Leader
  • Creator: Orochi (The-Toxic-Avenger-666)

A socially awkward teen who takes everything Vinny says as gospel. Ugly, gullible, and speech-impaired. He also has strange taste in friends, as seen with his encounters with Clown and others.

  • Achievements in Ignorance: The only explanation for how he was able to befriend a ghost who's Invisible to Normals.
  • Adaptation Name Change: Vinny didn't originally give him a last name, so he ended up being named after the creator of the fanart this Mii is based on, again because the game requires a full name. However, Vinny once referred to him as "Tucker Friendperson" during a stream of Chaos CompleXX (which happened after he was added to this game), after joking that he made the hack in question (which often features overly friendly hint block text).
  • Assimilation Plot: Somehow, he got evicted from his room by one of the Jahns, only to reappear on the above floor, moving from Room 708 to 801. Why he has been spared is yet to be known.
  • Basement-Dweller: Vinny's voiced dialogue for him implies he lives in his mom's basement.
  • Black Bead Eyes: As in Blankfaece's art.
  • The Cassandra: Played with. He apparently knows about the mechanics of the Survivor Edition (specifically, that the viewers are watching and voting on them), and tries to tell at least Clown about it. While it hasn't been stated if anyone believes him yet, this is Tucker we're talking about.
  • Catchphrase: "Vinny said to!", his excuse for doing just about anything, is his primary catchphrase.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He hates macarons and dislikes chicken noodle soup.
  • Fanboy: He does whatever Vinny says. He'll suck Satan's dick if it means he can be an islander. (Incidentally, his move to Vineland Island only ended up putting him closer to his idol, but Vinesauce doesn't seem to know he exists, at least for now.)
  • Fan Dumb: invoked Vinny created him as a caricature of people who take what others (including Vinny himself) say too seriously, with Tucker doing this with everything Vinny says. Contrast how Seabiscuit ignores what the streamer says and spams the chat, begging for attention.
  • Freaky Is Cool: He has only ever been able to make friends with a walking, talking hot dog and the ghost of a clown.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Episode 54 shows that he's a surprisingly good rapper, albeit a nerdy one. He puts up a fight against Snoop Dogg, though he ultimately loses.
    • He's also shown cooking for some of the other islanders in Episode 55. Vinny doesn't approve of it, due to Tucker not using sauce, but everyone else seems to be enjoying it.
  • Literal-Minded: He'll interpret anything Vinny says as words to live by, even if it's a horrible idea to do so.
  • Medium Awareness: Thanks to metal molars, he apparently knows how the Survivor Edition works in-universe.
  • Momma's Boy: He frequently asks his mom if befriending characters or doing stuff is okay.
  • Not Afraid to Die: In Episode 50, he wants the island to be deleted, but claims he wants to do this because 'Vinny said to.' Despite this, Vinesauce did not vote to delete the island, making it appear as though he mistook Vineschnoz for Vinny.
  • Only Friend: Originally, HOTDOG. After HOTDOG's second deletion, he ended up being friends with Clown.
  • Production Throwback: Like Sponge, he was added because he is one of Vinny's characters. His debut in this series comes shortly after his main Vinesauce debut in a stream of Super Mario Bros. 3Mix.
  • Spell My Name with an S: The creator of the Tucker art this Mii is based on (but not the Mii itself) is actually Blankfaece, with an extra E. Since "Blankfaece" isn't too long for the game to handle, it's not clear whether this was a mistake or if it was spelled that way under the assumption that the correct spelling would have run into the same pronunciation problems as countless other names/words.
  • Tagalong Kid: Vinny normally avoids adding child islanders (as they can't form romantic relationships with adults, and from the start, the majority of islanders are adults), but Tucker is one of the few exceptions, and is the only kid islander besides one of the later islander children to stay a kid.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: His super all-time favorite is chewing gum and buttered potatoes are his all-time favorite.

    Introduced in Episodes 48 to 49 

The Jahn Army

"We the Jahns will assimilate."

  • Source: Jahn
  • Debut: Episodes 48 and 49
  • Birthday: November 26 (Jahns) (Year Unknown, Grown-up), January 1 (Jehns) (Year Unknown, Grown-up), October 30, 1982 (Jahn&Jehn)
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Easygoing Dreamer (One Jahn), Outgoing Charmer (Other Jahns), Independent Artist (Jehns and Jahn&Jehn)
  • Creator: Jahns: Unlisted (Tev-216, Added by Vinny) / Jehns: Unknown / Jahn&Jehn: Jahn (Unknown)

It's all over. The Jahns, as well as their Distaff Counterparts, have arrived. Under the command of their new captain, Jahn #3, they have begun replacing the other islanders, and now none are safe.

Like the original trio, they are Walking Spoilers.

  • Aliens Are Bastards: They invade, they assimilate everyone, and they stay. What else is there to it? Given their ultimate goal, it's possible that they're all just misguided and not really evil, other than Jahn #3 and Jahn & Jehn.
  • Aliens Speaking English: Here, there's no justification for it, unless assimilation gives you knowledge of human language.
  • April Fools' Day: Their initial appearance was on this date. Despite what was streamed by other Vinesauce streamers on that date, it wasn't a joke.
  • Assimilation Plot: It's believed that they didn't just replace their victims, they fused with them and the former residents are now Jahns. This can be assumed because three of the female victims (Lolly, Big Face, and Balegdah) were replaced by female Jehns instead of the regular Jahns. The only exception was Wii Fit Trainer being replaced with a Jahn, which was Vinny's doing.
  • The Assimilator: So far, HOTDOG, Ghoul Cont, Lolly, Toad, Wario, Levi, Big Face, Balegdah, Bub Skebulba, and CD-i Link have all become Jahns/Jehns, while Vinny replaced Wii Fit Trainer with yet another Jahn (not a Jehn, oddly enough) after evicting her. For whatever reason, Tucker ended up in a different apartment instead of being assimilated. Wario is the only one who makes it back, but Jack & Jill fell sometime before Vinny discovered his return.
  • The Cameo: Vinny sees several Tomodachi Life Miis when setting up StreetPass for Kirby: Planet Robobot and is caught off guard by a full page of Jahn Miis.
  • Catchphrase: One of them says "Assimilate" when happy.
  • Character as Himself: The "credits reel" in Southbird's Episode 1-50 video lists Jahn Jahn as playing Jahn several times.
  • Charm Person: All the Jahns sans one "defect" have the "Outgoing Charmer" personality, implying that they use it to lure islanders into getting assimilated.
  • Cosmic Horror Story: Their contribution to the plot comes in the form of an alien invasion that involves assimilating other islanders.
  • Distaff Counterpart: The Jehns, to the male Jahns. Previously, the only female seen was Jahnette, on the corrupted island.
  • Evil Plan: Obtain some chicken cutlets. Mission accomplished!
  • The Fourth Wall Will Not Protect You: Even Vinny falls for their mind control.
  • Gone Horribly Right: The Three Jahns were originally an experiment conducted by Vinny to see how much three identical people could be changed by what went on around them. It worked, and now the rest of their race are coming....
  • Hate Plague: In Episode 48, their mere presence causes at least three fights to break out, and one of those happened almost immediately after two islanders were near a Jahn for a decent amount of time.
  • Karma Houdini: The worst they seem to have gotten for killing several islanders was a swift kick off Vineland, with the chicken cutlets they dearly wanted. Currently, the only islander that has been directly stated to be angry at them is Lumber Jahn.
  • Kill and Replace: Well, more like assimilate and replace, but....
  • Knight of Cerebus: The series was already approaching Anyone Can Die, but their arrival sealed it. Subverted when it turns out they just wanted chicken cutlets and went a bit overboard after Darren told them to look on Vineland Island, and Mulder and Scully easily drove them out (sans one who wishes to stay).
  • Mind-Control Device: They have teddy bears in their image. Two Faced and Hailey were reduced to fighting over one mere minutes after being introduced to a Jahn.
  • Not Evil, Just Misunderstood: Maybe. They just wanted chicken cutlets. They asked Darren first, but he apparently didn't know what a cutlet was and directed them to Vineland Island; once they arrived, the methods they used to obtain them were extreme. Vinny suspects that Jahn & Jehn were more ardent than the others:
    "I think that Jahn wanted more than chicken cutlets...."
  • Planet of Steves: All males are named Jahn and all females are named Jehn.
  • Poor Communication Kills: Darren told them to look for chicken cutlets on Vineland Island, but he apparently wasn't specific enough. Once they got there, if they'd known they could just buy chicken cutlets, they wouldn't have needed to assimilate humanity.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Unlike the original trio, we only see the addition of one of them, but Vinny doesn't acknowledge the fact that the others weren't there before.
  • Repetitive Name: For the same reason as the original trio.
  • Take That, Scrappy!: invoked All the islanders who were assimilated by the Jahns were either disliked by Vinny, did almost nothing of importance while on Vineland, were based on memes, or were otherwise unnecessary (made especially clear because Wario, the one who didn't fall into any of those categories, was spared). Best summarized in Episode 50:
    "Let us remember those who have fallen... for they were unfunny twats."
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Chicken cutlets, to the point where they will commit genocide if it means getting some.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Levi was technically an adult when he was assimilated, but his birth happened not long before the invasion and he was only an adult because of an Age-O-Matic. Ironically, in Levi's song, Levi Time, one of the Jahns is his backup dancer.

    Introduced in Episode 50 

Scully (Dana Scully)

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"It's not real."

  • Source: The X-Files
  • Debut: Episode 50
  • Birthday: February 23, 1964
  • Personality: Outgoing Charmer
  • Creator: Unlisted (Unknown)

An FBI agent called in to rid Vineland Island of the Jahn menace, who did so rather effectively.

  • Agent Scully: Zig-zagged — she never doubts the reality of the Jahn invasion and solves it right away, but her worried phrase is "It's not real."
  • Catchphrase:
    • "Mulder!!! mmmmm" is her primary catchphrase.
    • When she's worried: "It's not real."
  • Genre Savvy: Unlike most islanders, she knows that pissing Vinny off will get you nowhere (except maybe "off the island"), and thus is friendly to him.
  • Not Afraid to Die: She voted to delete the island in Episode 50. She seemed unsure about her choice, though.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: By the time Episode 50 starts, the Jahns are already gone.
  • Permanently Missable Content: If her Mii came from a QR Code on the old Vinesauce forum (i.e., if Vinny didn't get the Mii elsewhere between streams), it'll be hard to track down, since severe technical problems meant Direboar couldn't salvage anything and had to rebuild the forum from scratch. If the Mii actually came from elsewhere, there might not necessarily be a QR Code to begin with, unless Vinny makes one (as with the first several islanders).
  • Your Size May Vary: Going by character heights, she's roughly the same size as Mulder as a Mii. Going by actor heights, she's supposed to be much shorter than him.

Mulder (Fox Mulder)

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"I'm most relaxed when I know the rules. That way I know what's expected of me."

  • Creator: Unknown

Scully's partner and paranormal investigator. Solved pretty much the entire conflict between episodes.

  • Agent Mulder: He was prepared to deal with aliens, and it paid off.
  • Genre Savvy: Like Scully, he makes sure to not do anything that would cause him to get voted off during the Survivor Edition, and also gets on Vinny's good side early on.
  • Occult Detective: His apartment is fully of psychedelic alien paraphernalia.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: By the time Episode 50 starts, the Jahns are already gone.
  • Permanently Missable Content: His Mii, if it came from a QR Code on the old Vinesauce forum and not another source (the latter meaning there might not necessarily be a QR Code), which would be hard to find for the same reason as Scully's. The only surefire way of getting a code would be if Vinny made one, as with the first several islanders.
  • Your Size May Vary: invoked In his own show, he was known for being tall enough to require the need of the Scully Box. He's surprisingly short as an islander, however. Vinny once comments about how he's almost a head shorter than his own Mii.

Vineschnoz (Vine Schnozz)
"People tend to misunderstand me. I really have the best intentions!"

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  • Source: Original character (Based on a real person)
  • Debut: Tomodachi Collection corruptions / Episode 50
  • Birthday: May 16, 1990
  • Favorite Color: Dark Green
  • Personality: Confident Designer
  • Creator: Caleb (GastonRabbit)

The second 'clone' of Vinesauce, Vineschnoz somehow managed to get to the island from the corrupted island. As expected, his face has fewer differences from Vinesauce's than Vlinny's does, but his large nose is more easily noticed and he is slightly shorter than Vlinny. He's also significantly less interesting than those two. He appears to have kept his status as a former baseball player.

For tropes related to the Tomodachi Collection original, see the section for one-off Miis on the main character page.

  • Bestiality Is Depraved: After his snoring attracts a flock of sheep, Vinny accuses him of "jostling"note  them. Considering how most Vineland relationships are, this isn't as weird as it could be.
  • Blatant Lies: His claim that he always has the best intentions, unless he's a Well-Intentioned Extremist.
  • Boring Insult: Vinny repeatedly calls him the most vapid character he's added to the game.
  • Call-Back: Multiple, all to the Tomodachi Collection corruption streams.
    • Vineschnoz himself first appeared in the aforementioned stream, replacing Vlinny.
    • His baseball uniform is a reference to a passing mention of his past as a baseball player, as well as the fact that the original Vineschnoz wore a similar baseball uniform (though that uniform didn't include a hat).
    • The painting in his apartment (the bathhouse interior, shared with Dheerse) vaguely resembles the bizarre, distorted image that occasionally appeared in news reports due to the corruptions, dubbed "ÄSlw b" by fans, in reference to the text that displayed alongside the image. In addition, the actual "ÄSlw b" image as well as its associated text were superimposed onto Vineschnoz's painting in one SB Edit. Note that the former is completely coincidental, as that interior was simply a random interior (one of several spares) his creator had on hand at the time.
  • Catchphrase: His primary catchphrase is "Got your nose!"
  • The Corruption: Averted, in that he is a survivor of the corrupted island. He may be plotting to bring the corruption over to Vineland, though it's taking a while.
  • Does Not Like Spam: He hates candy corn and doesn't like veggie burgers.
  • Evil Knockoff: Of Vinesauce. While he has had less screen time than Vlinny, he makes up for it by suggesting that Vinny should delete the island shortly after arriving.
  • Flanderization: Inverted — the Collection version of him was a nutcase, while the Life version led to a comment by Vinny on how boring he is.
  • Flat Character: Not much of interest happens with him after he votes to delete the island and Vinny says he considers him to be one of the most boring islanders when he's seen on the tower in Episode 57.
  • Gag Nose: The main physical trait differentiating him from Vinesauce. Well, that and his baseball uniform. When a news report appeared regarding his loud snoring attracting sheep, Vinny commented that it would make sense for him to snore loudly.
  • Gratuitous English: Averted. He speaks perfect English this time.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Vinny is convinced he's more Eldritch Abomination than man.
  • Iconic Outfit: His baseball uniform carried over from Tomodachi Collection, this time with a matching hat. Vinny finally gave him new clothes at the end of the Survivor Edition.
  • I See Dead People: Vinny suggests that he sees David Bowie when he's spotted on top of the tower in Episode 57, or is at least searching for him while attempting to add purpose to his life.
  • Jerkass: He might not be getting much focus after his introduction, but there is no doubt that he is quite an asshole. Aside from singing a song about kicking a baby in the Collection universe, he expresses a desire for the island to be destroyed. What makes this even worse? He did that in the same episode he was introduced in!
  • Manipulative Bastard: It's heavily implied that he was the one who told Tucker to vote for the deletion of the island.
  • No Pronunciation Guide: Inverted; his name's pronunciation looks obvious, but the game pronounces Vineschnoz with the "sch" pronounced as in "school" by default. Vinny changed it to "vin-neh-shnozz", paralleling the default pronunciation of Vinesauce.
  • Not Afraid to Die: Despite the fact that he had only spent a few minutes on the island at the time, he suggests that Vinny should delete the island in a round of Judgment Bay held during his debut episode.
  • Obviously Evil: Remember how Vlinny had redeeming qualities despite being (supposedly) an Evil Knockoff? Yeah, Vineschnoz has absolutely none of that. Despite this, he claims he always has the best intentions.
  • Out of Focus: Other than the Judgment Bay incident, not much has happened with him.
  • Sinister Schnoz: Laugh at his huge nose all you want. He still wants to see the island destroyed.
  • Spell My Name with an S:
    • The extra Z in his last name carried over from his Collection counterpart.
    • His nickname is written as "Vine shnoz" on his introduction screen in the SB Edit. The reason this is not in the full stream is that the original stream had the sequence obscured by pictures of signs for buildings named after architect Helmut Jahn, so Southbird rerecorded the footage to remove them.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: He loves celery and really likes muffins.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Despite once wanting to delete the island, he says in Episode 55 that he always has the best intentions. Given Vineland's status as an Eldritch Location, he may be right.

    Introduced In Survivor Edition Onwards 

Jocelyn (Jocelyn/J Rus)
"You've been such a great friend to us."

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  • Source: Original character (In-game child)
  • Debut: Episode 55 (Islander in Episode 56)
  • Birthday: October 11 (Year Unknown, Kid)
  • Favorite Color: Red
  • Personality: Outgoing Charmer
  • Creator: N/A (Automatically generated)

Walrus and Alpaca's daughter. She spent several months not being grown up.

  • Body Horror: Interpreting her face literally, her mouth is above her nose. However, interpreting it like with Walrus' face, it's rather normal, with her nose being a smile and her mouth being a nose.
  • Daddy's Girl: Walrus treasures her a lot. Considering the stuff he's had to go through to get this far, it's easy to see why.
  • Depending on the Artist: Either her face is drawn literally, or with creative liberties to be more normal/resemble her parents.
  • Eyes Out of Sight: Her eyes are behind her hair, due to Vinny messing with her face when she was a baby.
  • Girls with Moustaches: She inherited Walrus' moustache when she grew up for some reason, though it uses different eyebrows.
  • In-Series Nickname: Vinny pronounces her name as "Jostlin'".
  • Last Episode, New Character: She was born in the final episode of the main series. However, this was followed by the David Bowie special a few months later.
  • Mix-and-Match Critter: Part alpaca and part walrus, though she mostly takes after her father.
  • My Dad Can Beat Up Your Dad: Once bragged that her father eats rocks for breakfast, though she admitted it was a lie.
  • Not Allowed to Grow Up: It took her until the David Bowie special to grow past the toddler stage.
  • One-Letter Name: After Vinny split the timeline in the David Bowie special, Jocelyn was given "J" as her first name.
  • Vague Age: While she was born in 2015, the game lets Vinny set a birth year anyway, which he neglected to do. As a kid by the game's definition, she could be anywhere from 1 to 17 years old.

Rick Sanchez (Tiny Rick)
"Today's my birthday. Let's party!"

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  • Source: Rick and Morty
  • Debut: Episode 57
  • Birthday: April 1, 1957
  • Favorite Color: White
  • Personality: Outgoing Leader
  • Creator: JNG Miis (J-1-N-2-G)

A mad scientist who often drags his grandson Morty on dangerous adventures. Shortly after he arrives, Vinny turns him into Tiny Rick.

  • April Fools' Day: His birthday is April Fools' Day, so his debut stream takes place on his birthday.
  • Fountain of Youth: Vinny quickly gives him a Kid-o-matic, aging him down by a lot. Vinny calls him "Tiny Rick" in this state, referencing the teenage Rick from "Big Trouble in Little Sanchez".
  • Hawaiian-Shirted Tourist: Vinny gave him a Hawaiian shirt as his first outfit because he didn't have anything more fitting on hand; while labcoats are available as a clothing option, Vinny didn't have any at the time.
  • Production Throwback: Rick and Morty is one of Vinny's favorite TV shows, and he references it frequently both in and out of these streams. Coincidentally, the first episode of Rick and Morty's anticipated third season aired several times on the same day Vinny revisited the game.
  • Recycled IN SPACE!: Vinny mentions "Rick and Morty Go Hawaiian" as a possible reason for his Hawaiian-themed outfit.

Johnny (T. W.)
"The fun thing about life is that you never know what will happen next!"

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  • Source: The Room
  • Debut: Episode 57
  • Birthday: February 14 (Year Unknown, Grown-up)
  • Favorite Color: Black
  • Personality: Outgoing Charmer
  • Creator: Fureon (Fureon)

The star of everyone's favorite high-quality film, The Room. He has decided to say "hai" to Vineland Island as a last-minute addition to the series.

Alternative Title(s): Vinesauce Tomodachi Life Islanders Episodes 27 Through 50