The main antagonist of Season 3. This mysterious being seeks to gather multiple children of the gods in order to use them as replacement for the gods themselves.
- A God Am I: In episode 12, he claims that part of his goal is to become a "supreme god".
- Arc Villain: The main opponent in season 3. Technically though, hes been the one pulling the strings since the ending of the Dofus era, several centuries ago
- Affably Evil: Very courteous to the heroes, and tries to convince them to join his cause by talking. He never even tries to fight them or use violence against them at all. Still doesn't stop him for restraining his own followers with an electrical leash when he's producing the Eliabomb, or to trap Yugo in a personal nightmare where he's tormented by his biggest failures.
- All-Encompassing Mantle: As shown in the image above. This fits him well, considering he's the Brotherhood of the Forgotten's leader.
- Animal Motifs: Owls. His mask is obviously modeled after one and his bots seen at episode 2 are simple mechanical owls. The godlike form he assumes in the final battle is a huge, semi humanoid owl
- Anti-Villain: His goals are to replace what he considers a flawed pantheon and make a better world out of it. Unlike the previous main antagonists (even Nox) he also sincerely cares about his underlings, which is why he gives up.
- Beam Spam: Makes excessive use of this during his battles against the Brotherhood of Tofu in episodes 12 and 13.
- Benevolent Boss: Soft spoken and friendly, even to the heroes, and his minions speak very highly of him. Ironically he fears that they are only loyal to him and not the cause which he strives for. He is actually tricked into being defeated by his inability to sacrifice all of his minions.
- Bigger Bad: Of the OVAs. He is Echo's boss and the Leader and creator of the Brotherhood and is thus the one behind the operation to steal the Eliatrope Dofus.
- Is apparently this for all of Wakfu. He manipulated Dathura into betraying Ogrest, which ended the Dofus era in a giant flood and started the Wakfu era where the gods went into hiding after Ogrest handed them their asses. And he left the Eliacube for Nox to find. All to presumably maintain a Stable Time Loop.
- Cool Mask: His mask resembles a mechanical owl.
- Evil Tower of Ominousness: Lives in one. He claims his own life force keeps it standing, meaning that might also be a Load-Bearing Boss. Subverted when he dismantles the tower to create the Hyperzaap portal.
- Force Field: Uses this during his initial battle against the Brotherhood of Tofu and Goultard.
- Frickin' Laser Beams: Being an Eliotrope, this is sort of a given. Taken Up to Eleven after merging with Yugo.
- Fusion Dance: He merges with Yugo at the end of episode 11, seemingly transforming into a being made of pure Wakfu. Zig-Zagged in that he retains this form even after Yugo escapes from his mind.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Ultimately he's betrayed by his own lover, cannot bring himself to kill his companions and is wiped out by the very Eliabomb he meant to use to destroy Inglorium.
- Horrible Judge of Character: Adamaï rightfully points out some of the people he chose to be the new gods aren't exactly model individuals.
- Human All Along: Or at least humanoid. While his face remains unseen, he's shirtless during his conversation with Echo in episode 6, and looks perfectly human
- Specifically he is an Eliotrope (notice the first O), one of a race created by accident when Yugo wielded the power of the Eliatrope Dofus to fight Ogrest. Eliotropes appeared all across time, even in the Dofus era. They exist and don't exist at the same time, which explains why Oropo is struggling with phasing out of existence.
- Hypocrite: He hates the gods for hiding away in Inglorium and not interacting with the world that needs them. However it turns out he is the reason they are hiding in the first place. He manipulated Dathura into betraying Ogrest so Ogrest would ravage the world causing history to line up with what he knows history to be as Yugo's mirror image. But it was still his actions that caused the gods to go into hiding. Before Ogrest's chaos, the gods regularly interacted with the world. Also, some of the replacements as Harebourg or Toxine sounds highly questionable.
- He despises the Gods and calls them out on their behavior, and yet he had no qualms about hurting and lying to his very "children" for the so-called greater good, though deep down he does love them.
- I Have You Now, My Pretty: Has Sipho infiltrate the Brotherhood of Tofu so that he can send Amalia to him. The first thing he does is to embrace and kiss her.
- I Just Want to Be You: Deep down he wants to be Yugo. After he merges with him, he keeps insisting that he is Yugo.
- Laser Blade: Uses a sword made of pure Wakfu in episode 13.
- The Last Dance: He's revealed to be slowly phasing out of existence. His plan is basically the culmination of a life of work to replace the gods who have been in hiding since Ogrest came to power and create a permanent god for the Eliotropes who have an unfortunate lot in life.
- Last of His Kind: He is the last Eliotrope. It's why he is so powerful — when the Eliotropes died, their wakfu was passed on to the rest of their race. Oropo possesses the combined wakfu of every Eliotrope that has ever existed.
- Love Redeems: Ultimately he can't bring himself to destroy Inglorium after his followers are transported there because he cares too much about them,and he couldn't even bear to let Echo die alone.
- The Man Behind the Man: Responsible for both Nox' and Ogrest's rampages - he gave the former the Eliacube, and pushed Dathura to manipulate the latter.
- Mind Rape: Imprisons Yugo in his mind, where he's forced to confront Nox and Qilby blaming him for their fates as well as the worst moments of his life. And Oropo is perfectly aware of what's going on.
- Never My Fault: When it comes to justify his morally ambiguous actions, if he's not claiming that it's for a greater good then he's blaming Yugo for everything, since he accidentally created the Eliotrope race while trying to master the six Eliatrope Dofus to save the world.
- Not Worth Killing: His reason to spare the Brotherhood of the Tofu, when Adamai insists they should be killed. Oropo looked into their minds, forced them to face their worst regrets, and judging by their reaction, he claimed that "they have been defeated already". It is actually explained when his origins are revealed: he absorbed some of Yugo's feelings when he was created along with the Eliotropes.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: He's uncharacteristically nervous and insecure during a conversation with Echo in bed. After being presented during the series as a cunning, soft spoken mastermind, seeing him laying himself bare with his fears and doubts to her is rather surprising.
- Omnicidal Maniac: His plan to replace the gods involves tossing a bomb made up of the Eliacube and the six Eliatrope Dofus into the gods' dimension Inglorium. This would not only wipe out the gods, but also damage the world in some capacity.
- One-Winged Angel: After merging with Yugo at the end of episode 11. He becomes strong enough to deal a Curb-Stomp Battle to Goultard.
- Physical God: If he didn't become one after merging with Yugo, he became one after absorbing the power of the Eliacube and the Six Eliatrope Dofus.
- Post-Sex: He's Echo's lover and their conversation in episode 6 is heavily implied to happen after having some fun.
- Power Floats: Constantly levitating.
- Power Glows: After removing his robes and absorbing Yugo, his body glows of a green Wakfu light.
- Replacement Goldfish: It turns out the Brotherhood of the Forgotten has been one for him in a sense. As he is an Eliotrope, a mirror of Yugo, he feels everything Yugo feels, and he feels the great affection Yugo feels for his brotherhood, but knows he can never truly experience it since he is not Yugo. So he started his own brotherhood to try to replicate it.
- Super Mode: After Yugo escapes from his mind, Oropo absorbs the Eliacube and the Six Eliatrope Dofus to transform into an avatar of a giant humanoid owl. This is after his One-Winged Angel moment mentioned above.
- True Companions: He has the same feelings of Yugo for the Brotherhood of Tofu, so he tried to make one of his own. This, however, is zigzagged as while he has this genuine type of relationship with some of them, he also saw many of them as pawns and nothing more, if Echo is to be believed.
- Villainous Breakdown: Becomes less composed and gradually more unhinged when the true extent of his plans is revealed and even his companions opposes him. Eventually he calms down when he realize that he cannot bring himself to sacrifice his friends.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Thinks the gods are irresponsible at best and evil at worst, that's why he seeks to replace them.
- You Have Failed Me: Not shown, but Echo states that Oropo tested hundreds of Demigods to be the Brotherhood of the Forgotten, and only the current ones were "chosen". Given that he forget to recall Poo, Toxine and Harebourg to the meeting, this may as well be true.
The main antagonist of the OVAs along with Count Harebourg and Ogrest, Lady Echo is an Eniripsa demigoddess and the apparent leader of the Siblings who's continuing their goal of saving the World of Twelve from destruction, which meant stealing the Eliatrope Dofus.
- Affably Evil: Unfaillingly polite to the heroes, Eva and Flopin in particular. Later on, she is the one who delivers Eva's baby.
- Big-Bad Ensemble: With Ogrest and Count Harebourg in the OVA's.
- Big Damn Kiss: Subverted. She has one with Oropo right before both of them, along with their dimension, get destroyed by the Dofus-powered Wakfu bomb.
- Break Them by Talking: Manages to do so to Adamai and convinces him that using the Eliatrope Dofus to fight Ogrest could destroy the world, leading to him fighting Yugo over them.
- Co-Dragons: With Adamai to Oropo's Big Bad during season 3.
- Depending on the Artist: In the OVAs Echo is drawn a lot more sinister looking then in Season 3. In the series most of her facial markings are gone, her wings are more angelic looking then draconian, her horns are smaller and the black skin of her hands and fore-arms is lightened to a soft dark grey as are her remaining face marks.
- Expy: Her black dress, greenish skin, long horns, and the ability to turn into a dragon make her identical to Maleficent.
- Harping on About Harpies: Her Season 3 design is very harpy-like when you see her taloned, double-jointed legs.
- Horned Humanoid: She has long, pointy horns on her head, which raise some doubts on her race, as Enirispa normally are without horns.
- Manipulative Bitch: She tells Adamai that she had a vision: if Yugo attempts to use the Eliatrope Dofus to help Sadlygrove fight Ogrest, the power put on display could end the world. This eventually leads to Adamai stealing a dofus to prevent Yugo from going, leading to the two of the them fighting and Adamai swearing off their brotherhood and switching to her side, Just as Planned. From a Certain Point of View, she said the truth - she just neglected to mention the Timey-Wimey Ball aspect.
- Non-Action Big Bad: She wasn't with the other siblings when they ambushed Atcham, Kerubim and Joris instead, she does the planning for them.
- She is one of the two demigods - along with Dathura - who never faces the heroes heads-on during season 3. She was prepared to try and catch Eva and Flopin after they escaped her care, but Toxine backstabbed her instead.
- Not So Stoic: She's much more emotive in Season 3 compared to the Special. Especially when she sees Oropo embracing and kissing Amalia and grows furious enough to betray Oropo and reveal the truth on his plans.
- Redemption Equals Death: Played With, her motivation for turning on Oropo had more to do with being a Woman Scorned than finally seeing the light of her villainous actions. That said she does more or less solely destroy his plans and save the World Of Twelve by counting on the fact that Oropo is at heart someone who cares about his friends. Though this means that when Oropo returns to her unable to destroy Inglorium he brought the bomb with him killing them both.
- Subordinate Excuse: Discussed when Oropo asks if she follows him because she believes in his ideals or if because she is in love with him. She says its a little of both but also states she believed in his cause before falling in love with him.
- Team Mom: She's this to the rest of the Brotherhood, being protective of them and even referring to them as hers and Oropo's children at one point.
- The Unfought: She has never been seen in combat. Toxine backstabs her when she is ready to face Eva and Flopin.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: So far, she claims that she only wants to keep the world safe, and that she foresaw Yugo's use of the Eliatrope Dofuses would bring destruction to the World of Twelve. However, she also convinces Adamai that his friends have forsaken him in the epilogue, leading him to join her side.
- Winged Humanoid: In season 3, she can grow large, feathery wings (one purple, one white) from her back. It's probably due to being an Eniripsa.
- Woman Scorned: Does not take it well when Oropo admits that, having been created by Yugo, he shares his feelings for Amalia. She reveals his entire plan and lies out of spite. Later on, she is the one thwarting his plans and defeating him, albeit by tricking him into admitting his feelings for both her and the other demigods.
A high-ranking aristocrat and recurring antagonist existing since the Dofus Era, Count Harebourg (Full name: Jacquemart Aston Harebourg) is the designer of the Water Clock, a device created for the purpose of minimizing the harsh winters of Frigost (Frigost would rival Amakna in terms of agricultrual power if not for said winters). During the creation of the water clock, Jiva appeared to Count Harebourg and offered him the Ice Dofus in order to fuel the device. The device worked well as intented, lowering the winter days of Frigost and the denizens of Frigost declaring him a hero. However, the true reason Jiva gave Harebourg the Ice Dofus was to weaken Djaul during their annual bout.
After his defeat, Djaul found the source of his weakening, and appeared at Frigost, cursing the island into an eternal winter. and freezing Harebourg alive, which caused a good deal of the people of Frigost to turn against him. By the time Harebourg broke free from his icy prison, he was an insane recluse. Between the period between Dofus and Wakfu, get gets frozen again for unknown reasons. In the Wakfu MMOs, he no longer seems to be insane. After breaking free of his icy prison (again), he boards his Harebourg Pearl and travels to Wabbit Island in order to obtain the Cawwot Dofus.
He returns in Wakfu as the first antagonist of the OVAs and as a member of the Siblings. He was trusted with two of the Eliatrope Dofus by his Brotherhood, but plans on using them to benefit Frigost, to his brothers' dismay. He's also in love with Amalia, and promises the return of the Dofus in exchange for her marriage to him. Despite being called out for his egotism by the Siblings, Count Harebourg acts for his people's benefit first and foremost, and will occasionally go against his assigned goals for their well-being.
- An Ice Person: In the OVA, at least.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Or bastard if you prefer. His initial introduction to the Brotherhood is that of the stereotypical charming aristocrat. He's incredibly handsome, infallibly polite and treats his bride and her friends with perfect courtesy. He displays subtle cracks in the façade in regards to his complete disdain for other kingdoms besides his own and his bride's and even that is proven to be false, when his guards let it spill that he plans on using the Sadida Forests to fuel his own lands. He is also completely unrepentant about stealing the Eliatrope Dofus from Yugo and Adamai and plans on getting information on how to use them for himself by way of torture, completely forfeiting the deal made with Sadida to suit his whims. When Yugo reveals this to Amalia and she rejects him, his mask snaps and he almost kills her in outrage for 'betraying' him, when he had already turned his back on her people before they even got to the altar.
- Broken Pedestal: A good amount of Frigostians had this reaction to Harebourg post-incident. They seem to have gotten over it by the Special. When he tours his kingdom with the Brotherhood, the Count's genius has managed to create and underground arboretum with man-made lakes, huge greenhouses for food and temperature modulators to protect against the bitter cold.
- The Cameo: He is shown in season three at the very first floor of the tower still encased in ice.
- Collapsible Helmet: His Xelor mask folds open or close automatically when he wishes so, along with a block of ice encasing it that he removes or forms with his cold powers.
- The Faceless: The only thing that shows from his face is his glowing eye. Although he does show his face in the OVAs.
- Glowing Eye of Doom: When calling on his powers.
- Harmless Freezing: This happens to him twice.
- Inferred Holocaust: His plan to harvest the Sadida's forests would cause one for them. Fortunately it doesn't get that far.
- Killed Off for Real: By the time the Eliabomb detonated, he was still encased in ice somewhere in Oropo's dimension, meaning that he's gone forever.
- Nice Hat: Considering that he's a king, well...
- Mad Scientist: This is the Xelor who improved upon Nox's technology.
- Manipulative Bastard: Convinced the Black Wabbits of Wabbit Island to dig a tunnel to the Wa Wabbit's vault to steal the Cawwot Dofus.
- Power Floats: His feet don't touch the ground.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: He maintains his taciturn demeanor while he's insulting Yugo about his lack of a kingdom and his revelation that he's been using the trees of Amalia's kingdom as firewood without her knowledge.
- Stalker with a Crush: How most of his infatuation with Amalia appears. It seems most of the information he got on the team was obtained by going through the old records from Nox's fortress and he's based his "love" for the princess on old footage he's watched repeatedly from when she was only 13.... Closer to an internet stalker with an obsession based around lust more than someone interested in a genuine relationship. Also doubles as something of a creepy old man, since he's thousands of years older than she is due to his status as a demigod son of Xelor, though he appears to be in his mid twenties to early thirties at most Said crush on Amalia may explain why Oropo, who harbors the same feelings, kept him sealed up.
- Stealth Pun. He has control of both ice and time. Because he freezes time.
- Time Master: Like most Xelors, he can, and is efficient at using Time-related magic.
- The Evil Genius: He managed to reverse-engineer and improve Nox's technology. The "evil" part is up for debate, though his plans to use the Sadida forest's for firewood to keep his people warm certainly doesn't help his case.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: While he does want to marry Amalia out of love, he also wants to use the Sadida's forests as fuel for his furnace to keep his citizens warm. Unfortunately, no forests means bad things for the resident plant people. One should also consider that in spite of his 'fair' proposal to Amalia, she really has no way to refuse him that won't doom her people. If she's to have any chance of securing the Dofus, she HAS to give herself up, regardless of how she feels about the situation, which as shown by her breakdown in her room with Eva, was NOT something she was happy with. On top of that, the Count is also planning on imprisoning the rest of the Brotherhood and torturing them to get the information needed to use he Dofus. To top off his Sundae of Misery, he would NEVER be able to use the Dofus without either Yugo or Adamai working as a living battery to access their power to make his continent float, which would likely kill either one of them. Now imagine Yugo's situation: A Jerk and his friends just stole your people's most precious relics. Which he will now use to subtly strong arm the woman you love into marrying him as a necessary political alliance to save her people. To top it all off, he's going to trap you there to run his little vanity project while the rest of the world dies (and Harebourg is prepared to fight and kill anyone who crosses him to try and make him share on his plan), all while you watch him whittle away the days with the one person who means the world to you. No wonder Yugo was so salty about him.
- Wild Card: Out of the four Siblings, Count Harebourg is the least dedicated to his group and even went against their plans to keep the Eliatrope Dofus from the Brotherhood.
- You Don't Look Like You: He gets a complete redesign when he returns in Wakfu. His current outfit is less Xelor-like, and his hat is replaced with a tall icicle that covers his helmet, which is removable, revealing his true face.
- You Have Failed Me: After planning to use the Eliatrope Dofus and subsequently losing them to Yugo, Lady Echo orders Harebourg to freeze himself as punishment. An interesting case, in that he goes along with it willingly.
A demigod child of Ecaflip. Half-brother of Kerubim and Atcham.
- Adaptational Heroism / Adaptational Villainy: As an Ecaflip demigod, when he dies he is reborn, with a full memory wipe and personality reset. While the core of his person is similar, his different experiences in different lives make him unique in each one. For example, in the Remington comics, he is a monster who rapes cats (in cat form himself) while in Wakfu he is in the life following that one, where he is just a trickster with a temper and even Yugo has a good image of him
- Affably Evil: Tends to treat everything as a game, but in doing so he will respect the rules of the game.
- Cat Folk: As an Ecaflip, he is a humanoid cat.
- Dual Wielding: Wields swords similar to card symbols in the Special.
- Friendly Enemy: He seems to genuinely like Yugo and the rest of the brotherhood. He's also a Graceful Loser.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Downplayed, though it's implied that he somewhat resents his brother Kerubim, who's actually Ecaflip's favourite child.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: In Season 3, Yugo manages to turn his own cats against him.
- I Hate You, Vampire Dad: Ush despises his divine father and denotes him as nothing more than a selfish god who cares only for himself.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Express his shock over having been fooled by Oropo once he learns all the truth.
- Resurrective Immortality: As confirmed by Dofus Book One: Julith, Ecaflip demigods have nine lives and are reborn upon death, forgetting their past lives.
- The Strategist: He's known for his nigh-unbeatable strategies. This becomes especially notable during his 'game' against Yugo, Joris, Kerubim, and Atcham in Special Episode 2.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: He can turn into a black cat at will.
- Would Not Hurt A Child: He protects Elely after the young Iop sends them both hurtling toward the ground.
A Pandawa demi-god.
- Affably Evil: He's rather amiable and goofy, even when his real colors are revealed.
- The Brute: For what we have seen of him, he's just big and strong, but seems to lack helpful magic to use in combat.
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Unlike normal Pandawas, his color are reversed (having black fur on his face with white spots on his eyes).
- Dirty Coward: Despite acting cocky and though, he begs for mercy when cornered.
- Extended Disarming: When first introduced, Eva asks him to leave his weapons outside, and he spends some time removing a ludicrous amount of weaponry from his fur. Not that he needed any of that...
- Fat Bastard: A massive fat brute who's willing to hurt a child and her family.
- Lightning Bruiser: Quite fast despite his size and bulk.
- Punny Name: Just remove an "o". Or add an "h", as you wish...
- Villains Want Mercy: Despite all what he did, he stills begs Elely not to kill him after she defeats him.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: The last time he's seen he's K.O. on the snow, and he's not seen again.
- The Worf Effect: Got his ass handed to him by a demigoddess child, despite being an adult demigod himself.
- Would Hurt a Child: Played With, while he fights with Elely he only attacks with spanking her. At least until she really starts to annoy him. Albeit this is more out of the need to capture her alive rather than any sort of self-restraint.
A Sram demi-goddess.
- Ax-Crazy: Referred as a psychopath by her own allies, and she doesn't even bother to deny.
- Combat Stilettos: Which appear to be coated in poison.
- Combat Pragmatist: Nothing screams this more than being invisible, sneak attack with both your hands and legs from a dark mist and use traps and illusions. As Joris once said, "It's not fair, it's Sram".
- Dark Action Girl: Of the female members of the Brotherhood of the Forgotten, she's the most eager to mix it up with their enemies in hand-to-hand combat.
- Disney Villain Death: She gets blasted into a deadly-looking portal by Eva and Flopin. But not before trying to pull Taking You with Me on both Lady Echo AND Eva.
- Hoist by Her Own Petard: Flopin manages to turn her own traps agaisnt her and she's ultimately pushed to a Fate Worse than Death in her own Well of Shadows, which according to her was basically part of her own soul.
- Invisibility: And she loves spamming it for all its worth.
- Kick the Dog: Her willingness to kill Eva and Flopin.
- Also, her betrayal of Lady Echo, though that was arguably just as much a case of Kick the Son of a Bitch, given the strife Echo brought between Adamai and Yugo.
- Master of Illusion: The Cra Room is actually her own Room, blanketed by an illusion to deceive others.
- No-Sell: The arrows shot against her by Evangelyne and Flopin phase through her... because they're actually illusions made by her in the first place.
- No Sense of Personal Space: At one point, she gets really clingy with Lady Echo while threatening her with a Disney Villain Death.
- Poisonous Person: Fitting, given her name.
- Sickly Green Glow: Her costume's skeletal patterns practically glow in the dark. Her powers have the same hue, as well.
- Skeletons in the Coat Closet: Her costume has a somewhat subtle version of this going on - while she doesn't actually wear bones, her costume has a vibrant green skeleton pattern across her body.
- Token Evil Teammate: While the other Siblings tend not to stray too far from Anti-Villain, Toxine on the other hand revels in being evil and tries to kill Eva and Flopin anytime she gets a chance. At one point she even tries to kill Echo.
- Would Hurt a Child: She's willing to kill Flopin, who - child of a former god or not - is still just a kid. And later, she takes a parting shot that puts Eva's third, unborn child in grave peril.
Coqueline / Mishell(Eng)
A demi-goddess, child of Osamodas.
- Badass Adorable: She is a demigoddess, and a cute little girl.
- Break the Cutie: Even though All her companions are shocked to hear the extent of Oropo's plans, she looks devastated when Oropo seemingly kills her pets.
- Baleful Polymorph: She turns all the Brotherhood sans Elely into Tofus for 5 minutes, to give her time to talk with her.
- Dub Name Change: Mishell in the English dub.
- Fluffy Tamer: Has some truly monstruous pets she considers cute.
- Friend to All Living Things: Loves all animals. She attacks Oropo when she realizes her "friends" might have been killed by his actions.
- Really 700 Years Old: She appears in the Dofus game, which either makes her a lot older then she looks, or she was reborn at some point.
- Token Good Teammate: She might be mischievous, but she has the purest motives out of Oropo's group. She is visibly frightened when her Siblings are in danger, and heartbroken when Oropo's actions kill her pets.
- Blood Knight: As an evil Iop, this is a given.
- Dem Bones: Has a flaming skull for a head.
- The Ditz: He is not the sharpest crayon in the box within Oropo's tower, but more importantly, he is also the dumbest of Goultard's personalities - and the other two aren't famous for their intelligence to begin with.
- Flaming Sword: His weapon of choice, which he can enlarge at will.
- Gasshole: At one point he lets out a fiery fart and after being moved through Yugo's portal he vomits magma onscreen.
- Giggling Villain: Would give the Joker a run for his money.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Somehow, since he's still Goultard after all, he reveals to Sadlygrove that Goultard also feels envy and hatred towards him ( Because Sadlygrove is the true-blue reincarnation of the Iop God, stronger than Goultard and, at the same time, being his estranged father).
- Laughing Mad: Spends all his time fighting laughing his head off.
- Leaning on the Fourth Wall: At one point he looks directly at the camera.
- Oh, Crap!: When Sadlygrove dodges his sword and is about to ram him skull-first into a column.
- Playing with Fire: Not only is he covered in flames, but so are his weapons.
A Feca demigod with "unique" interests.
- Barrier Warrior: A given, since he's a Feca.
- Beard of Evil: A rather thick one under his Cool Helmet.
- Berserk Button: Once his precious temple and his collection are damaged, he loses it...
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He looks like a total, maniacal loony whose arena is actually a giant flipper table, but there's a damn good reason why Oropo choose him as candidate for the place of the new Feca God.
- Depraved Bisexual: He wants both male and female boxers, which gets especially creepy as he talks about the "intimacy" they represent. He still doesn't want Elely's.
- Double Weapon: His weapon of choice, which is also the key to the next level, can combine into some sort of double lightsaber or split into dual tonfa.
- Collector of the Strange: He collects underwear. He's even going to sort said underwear in different cases.
- Everyone Has Standards: He doesn't want Elely's underwear because he is not a pervert (fondling an exhibit pervertly), though he also admits he doesn't want them because she's a nobody as far as he's concerned.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Summons some giant marbles to crush the heroes, (which bounce harmlessly on his barrier) but Yugo and Amalia manages to turn them against him, destroying the floor under his feet.
- Laughing Mad: Usually in combat, or after he tells his guests about the price for leaving his room.
- Serious Business: Collecting underwear, and sorting underwear in his temple. Even when defeated he tries to grasp Yugo's pants.
- Stone Wall: Thanks to his barriers he can withstand any attack (unless he's caught offguard).
- Pet the Dog: At one point he shields his surviving companions with his barrier.
- Tin Tyrant: Wears a rather cool-looking, futuristic armor, which gets destroyed in the battle against Yugo.
- Villainous Breakdown: Freaks out when Oropo remodels the whole tower to prepare the Hyperzaap and destroys his temple, scattering his collection everywhere.
Ruel's estranged wife.
- Battle Couple: When she was Ruel's wife. They eventually fight together again agaisnt Oropo's giant owl avatar.
- Grandma, What Massive Hotness You Have!: Other then a few laughter lines she doesn't look much older then when she first met Ruel.
- Love Makes You Evil: Joins the Siblings with the promise that if she helps them she and Ruel will be together again.
- Powerful Pick: Unlike other Enutrof seen in the series, she wields a large pickax as her weapon.
- Yandere: To Ruel. More subdued than most examples, but she didn't take Ruel choosing money over her too well.
One of Sadida's dolls. She is the cause of Ogrest going on a crying fit that drowned the world.
- Fertile Feet: When she steps on the grassland of her temple, the grass suddenly grows longer and lusher.
- I Did What I Had to Do: While she says she feels intense guilt about what happened with Ogrest, she also feels it was a necessary sacrifice.
- At least until she learns that Oropo tricked her into it to cause Ogrest's chaos.
- Minor Major Character: In the backstory, she's the one responsible for the current world of Wakfu as it is today, but the role she plays in the series proper is surprisingly small.
- Off-Model: When she steps out of her tree she resembles more a Masqueraider than a proper Sadida. Still fine, since Masqueraiders in Dofus are followers of Sadida all the same.
- Token Good Teammate: Like Mishel before her.
- The Unfought: Never shows any ill-will towards the heroes, and actually tries to warn them about the shapeshifter in their midst.
A Sacrier demigoddess.
- Action Girl: Supposedly so,like her divine mother, but she never gets a chance to perform any action.
- Alien Blood: She emerges from, wears and manipulates what looks like dark indigo/blueish blood.
- Blood-Splattered Warrior: She's first seen emerging from a pool of blood which she wears on her body like a skintight suit. She can even manipulate it in combat.
- Demoted to Extra: Despite being a demigoddess and appearing alongside the main villains in the intro since episode 1, her role is the smallest.
- Cool Big Sis: Seemingly one for Coqueline, worrying about her and catching her after she tried to attack Oropo.
- Power Tattoo: She has a heart-shaped tattoo seen on many Sacriers. Hers is on her left nipple, acting as a pasty.
- Slasher Smile: After emerging from her blood pool, she gives a creepy smile in a close up. Subverted when she's revealed to be pretty nice.
- The Unfought: Not only did she never fight the Brotherhood of Tofu she didn't even meet with them like Dathura did. Mainly because the Tower was destroyed before they made it up to her room.
A shape-shifting minion of Lady Echo
- Black Eyes of Evil: Has them in his real form.
- Break Them by Talking: He does this to Amalia, while disguised as Ruel, trying to put a wedge between her and Yugo.
- Gonk: His true form is rather hideous to look at, making you wonder about his actual race.
- Laser-Guided Karma: After causing so much trouble to the Brotherhood and trying to kidnap Eva's third son, it's sweet to see him being kicked in the ass by three demigod children at once.
- Master of Disguise: Being a shapeshifter, this is a given.
- One-Winged Angel: When made angry enough he turns into a massive wolf monster.
- Red Right Hand: Even when he transforms, he cannot mask the way he closes his eyes (vertically, turning them black for a split second.)
- Subordinate Excuse: He genuinely loves Echo, feeling her in trouble is enough for him to abandon Oropo's orders.
- Too Dumb to Live: Even if Oropo ordered him to take him Eva's third son, just taking him from her while Elely and Flopin are watching isn't a good move...
- What the Hell, Hero?: Played for laughs, he criticize Eva's educational methods when she lets both Elely and Flopin beat the tar out of his beaked face.
- White Hair, Black Heart: Has a mane of wild white hair.