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  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Something they all share on one level or another, to the point it actually starts to be a problem in the second season.
  • Fake Ultimate Hero: They're all credited with stopping Nox in the first season finale, when in fact Nox had actually won, and had brought about his own downfall. Though Yugo came very close to actually defeating him. If Ogrest hadn't distracted him, he would have won. In the 2nd Season, he is again defeated by Qilby and only saved when Shinonome exploded, weakening Qilby enough to allow Yugo to put him back in the Blank Dimension. Finally, despite becoming a Physical God, he is AGAIN defeated by Ogrest and saved by the Monster's Creator, Otomai. In season 3, they also do not manage to finish off Oropo, who is actually stopped by Lady Echo turning her back to him and making a last minute gambit to use the fact he wouldn't harm his own Brotherhood to protect the heroes
  • Fire-Forged Friends: Working together to defeat enemies is both how the brotherhood meets and gains enough respect for one another to be friends
  • Guys Smash, Girls Shoot: Both Eva and Amalia are long range fighters while the guys are all melee types. Averted Trope later with archer Flopin and his melee-favoring sister Elely
  • True Companions: Make no mistake they are a tight knit group.
  • Two Girls to a Team: In Season 1, the first half of Season 2, and the manga.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: When not saving each other, villagers and the world, you can find these guys walking through the woods arguing loudly.
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    Yugo 

Yugo

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The hero of the series. Yugo is an Eliatrope, from a people capable of creating portals they can use to transport themselves or other objects across short distances, and who seem to be intimately connected to the world's history. Adventurous and kind-hearted almost to a fault, Yugo's quest to find out what happened to his people starts off the plot.


  • Adaptation Dye-Job: In the frame story of Legend of Ogrest, Yugo's hair is darker brown than in the main series.
  • Adorably Precocious Child: Even before the series starts Yugo was a good kid who thanks to his cooking ability practically ran his father's inn.
  • Attack Reflector: A useful tactic with his portals.
  • Aura Vision: His skill to see Wakfu is presented as this, which he gains after training with Adamai.
  • Badass Adorable: He is a cute little twelve year old who also happens to be one of the most powerful beings alive.
  • Berserk Button: Don't mess with his hat. He is also very sensitive about the possibility of someone seeing what is beneath his hat.
  • Berserker Tears: At the end of Season 1 episode 25 and a bit during 26. Sensing your friend's death does that to a guy.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He is kind and loving but hurting those he loves is a good way to get a very one-sided beat down.
  • Blessed with Suck: In Season 3, Yugo, like Qilby, is revealed to have received received a special 'gift' as a firstborn Eliatrope. Yugo has dragon's blood running through his veins, which explains a lot of his combat prowess and why he was revered as such a great warrior, as the Eliatrope dragons (save Baltazaar, who was extremely old and past his prime) are shown to be immensely powerful and able to deal out and withstand CRAZY amounts of punishment. The drawback to all of this power is that his blood ALSO severely impedes his aging process, which means that though Qilby could never forget, Yugo had to outlive all of his friends and loved ones across multiple lives before dying and being reborn again.
  • Blindfolded Vision: Temporarily in episode 21.
  • Break the Cutie: The Season 1 finale, which includes seeing almost all his friends killed by Nox's plans drives him to this.
  • Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: Is still recovering at the start of the comic after his battle with Qilby at the end of Season 2.
  • Cain and Abel: He and Adamai are this through season 3, respectively, due to them having a falling out over how to deal with Ogrest and save Sadlygrove when he went to stop him. Yugo wanted to use the Dofus' power to supplement his own while Adamai felt that it was a terrible idea because the Dofus' power could overload and destroy the entire world. When Adamai stole one of the Dofus, Yugo forcefully took it back and Adamai left in disgust. He comes back in season 3, now bittered and angered, and an important ally to the Big Bad.
  • Catchphrase: "Cool!"
  • Cheerful Child: Yugo is upbeat, sweet and nice to everybody as a kid.
  • Deadly Dodging: Another use of his portals.
  • Determinator: Giving up is not really a habit of his, even when faced with terrifying enemies and overwhelming odds.
  • Doorstop Baby: Well he was found under a tree actually, and taken in by his adoptive father.
  • Dying Alone: Played straight, and then subverted in the same episode, during the season 1 finale. He is killed and then, Nox activates his plan to turn back time. When time goes back during 20 minutes, Yugo is brought back to life and doesn't die a second time.
  • Farm Boy: He grows up in a small village cooking at his father's inn.
  • Frickin' Laser Beams: Gains this ability along with his portals during his training in season 1.
  • Friend to All Living Things: An odd subversion. He believes that "You should care for all creatures with love"; however, many of the creatures he encounters on his journey try to kill him more often than not, so in a matter of survival, he subverts this.
  • God in Human Form: Supplemental material states that he is the Eliatrope king-god. Although, it's unknown if he is/was the Eliatrope goddess, who created all life, which would make him a literal example of this, or if he had the same level of power as the gods of the World of Twelve. His actions in episode 3 of the OVA also screw up the timestream and allows humans from the Dofus era to see him. These humans take him as another deity and worship him as a god-king, leading to the retroactive appearance of a new "Eliotrope" race. In-game lore from both Dofus and Wakfu would suggest that Yugo isn't really a god, he's just worshiped as one by the Eliotropes. To the original Eliatropes, he's certainly a unique and powerful person, but he is not properly divine the way the Twelve Gods are.
    • And then Season 3 reveals that the Eliotropes were actually created by Yugo's actions during his fight against Ogrest, making him a literal God.
  • The Good King: Was this in past lives and is technically this currently, though all of his subjects, the Eliatrope children, are currently in a pocket dimension he can't access. The title is still recognized by the other races' rulers, though that doesn't necessarily help Yugo much.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: Generally uses his portals to get close enough to do these.
  • Goofy Print Underwear: With little Tofus.
  • Happily Adopted: Yugo was raised after being found as a baby. His father loves him very much and Yugo loves him back and they have a very friendly dynamic.
  • Heroic BSoD: Undergoes a subtle version of this during the first album of the manga feeling tremendous guilt for stranding Qilby in the void. Alibert talks him though it, pointing out that the fact Yugo feels guilty about something he had to do anyway shows what a great person he is, as does the sheer amount of people who came to celebrate his birthday.
  • I Am Who?: Finding out he is the last of the Eliatropes.
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: Shadofang claims Yugo is so morally pure as to give him immunity from her shadow-stealing powers.
    • With season 3, it appears that he has lost this status, as Oropo is able to get inside his head and paralyze him under his fears and doubts, but cannot touch Elely, whom he claims is too pure for him to enter her mind. It would seem either that only children are able to possess absolute moral purity and that it goes away as they age and gain more grown up concerns, or that Yugo's decision to strand Qilby in the Blank Dimension counts against him in the purity department.
  • Inertia Is a Cruel Mistress: Played With, Most of the time he has to account for how fast he is going when he creates a portal, but there are times he doesn't as well.
  • Infant Immortality: Horribly averted in the Season 1 finale, being killed by Nox.
  • Kid Hero: A shockingly mature and responsible, yet still fun, example. No longer an example after the Time Skip, though he maintains his child body.
  • Failure Hero: Yugo never seems to get total victory over the arc villains.
    • With Nox, Yugo actually DID beat him, but before he could finish Nox off, he was distracted by Ogrest's roar (they had been teleported to Ogrest's mountain) and that gave Nox enough time to warp behind Yugo and finish HIM off. The only reason Yugo "won" was because Nox's plan would never have worked, and he only had enough Wakfu to travel back 20 minutes in time.
    • With Qilby, Yugo puts up a rather good fight with his newly found powers and the support of the Eliatrope children, but it simply isn't enough. The only reason he wins is because Qilby's twin sister, still inside their Dofus, turns on Qilby and tells him how digusted she is with his actions. Spurned by the only one he cared about, Qilby simply gave up as Yugo locked him inside the Eliacube again.
    • With Ogrest, the opponent is simply too strong for even the combined power of Yugo (empowered by the six Eliatrope Dofus) and Sadlygrove (awakened as the god Iop). They only win the day because Otomai, Ogrest's creator/father, convinces Ogrest to let go of his anger.
    • With Oropo, he remains completely outmatched, and barely manages to stall him for a few moments. In the end, it's Lady Echo who finds a solution.
    • Although it should be taken into account that Yugo is still a child by the standards of his own biology and still put up a huge fight before going down. It's very likely that his enemies are only winning because he's trying to punch WAY above his current weight class. If Adamai's abilities in season 3 are any indicator, by the time Yugo reaches biological adulthood, he'll possess something close to Superman levels of power. In that case, odds are these guys wouldn't have been able to lay a finger on him before he stomped them into the ground.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: He's usually around as fire support for the rest of his team where combat is concerned, but the art briefly shifts to portray him in a sketchy, heavy-lined style whenever he really freaks out. When it happens against Qilby, he erupts with Wakfu energy.
  • Martial Arts and Crafts: Yugo's cooking and serving style.
  • Morality Pet: He brings out the best in Ruel.
  • Moses in the Bulrushes: Like you wouldn't believe.
  • Nice Hat: And the only time he takes it off before the end of the second season, even his friends look away to avoid giving away what's under it.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: In Special Episode 3, he does battle with Ogrest to prevent a second Great Flood and save Grovy by teleporting the entire mountain into space, but the debris he rains down still does quite a bit of damage, and he very nearly destroys the World of Twelve with the mountain itself falling back to the world. While he averts total annihilation by warping the mountain again, the Sadida still have quite a mess to clean up in the following weeks.
    • And then you discover that during his fight, Yugo accidentally and unknowingly created an entire race ...which almost entirely disappeared without anyone even noticing them. To say that this had vast consequences would be a gross understatement - the only unaffected plotline was the fight against Qilby.
  • Not Growing Up Sucks: Starts feeling like this in the special episodes preceding the 3rd season, when his feelings for Amalia become more apparent; despite Yugo and Amalia being just one year apart from each other they don’t physically age at the same rate, Amalia is almost a woman by then while Yugo remains the exact same as he was when their first adventure started even though he is almost 20 years old. This difference makes Yugo reluctant to truly pursue a relationship with Amalia, thinking of her position as queen probably being ridiculed if she ever hooked up with someone who looks like a child. The thing is that Yugo will eventually develop into a man someday, as seen in the small glimpses of his past life thousands of years ago, but Amalia might not even be alive by then, since the Eliatropes live extremely long, perhaps thousands of years alongside their dragons.
  • Not Quite Flight: He can approximate flight with his portals.
  • Older Than They Look: In the Special Episodes, Yugo has not physically aged since his last adventures, still resembling a child though he is almost 20. It's a cause of some angst for him, especially since Amalia is aging like normal. In fact this is the main reason he doesn't tell her how he feels about her, because he would think them being together would make her a joke.
  • Physical God: Wields the six Eliatrope Dofus in the Special Episodes, letting him slug it out alongside other godlike entities.
    • In a weird example that applies to both MMOs, he gains so much power that it warped space and time and revealed him to both the Wakfu and Dofus era games, both taking place in the past. People were so in awe of him, they started worshiping him like any of the other gods, and gained weakened versions of his power. Although the truth is a little bit more complicated than that.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Even at the start when they are all still young, he was always the shortest on the team. And that status hasn't changed even as he enters his 20s, as due to being a long-lived race, he grows at a much slower pace than the other races. It causes him not a small amount of angst about it.
    • It appears that he may just be naturally short anyway. In the story that Qilby told him about the other Eliatropes, he was the shortest one even compared to the others, all of them looking fully grown.
    • As of the third episode of Season 3, it has been revealed via a time warp trap that Yugo is actually still in an adolescent phase of his life. His grown-up body is actually probably the tallest member of the group and quite muscular to boot. Amalia looked extremely pleased to see this...
  • Reincarnation: Comes with being one of the six original Eliatropes, everytime he dies, he returns to his Dofus and can be born again with his brother.
  • The Reveal: Episode 26 of Season 2 revealed there are Wakfu wings under all the Eliatropes' hats.
  • Running Gag: Every time someone besides Yugo goes through one of his portals, they always vomit moments later. Every time. This may also explain why he tends to avoid taking them through his portals, and will look for an alternative, even when teleporting the group to the other end of the booby-trapped room is the simplest and most obvious course of action.
  • Save the Villain: He tries, God bless him, but it never seems to work out for one reason or another.
    • Attempted to do so with Remington. It didn't work out, but not for the reasons you'd expect.
    • Also done earlier with Nox, though that also ended... oddly.
    • Feels guilty for not doing this for Qilby, though Alibert talks him though it.
  • Separated at Birth: From Adamaï.
  • Something Else Also Rises: In season 3 when the UST between himself and Amalia is reaching its height, at one point he catches Amalia as she falls out of one of his portals. She jumps out of his arms (to vomit from going through Yugo's portal) and he has a big grin on his face as the wings on his hat begin to rise up.
  • The Southpaw: At least in episode 25 of season 2, he holds an energy shield on his right hand and an energy sword on his left one, implying that he might be left-handed.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: A minor example, but in the special episodes (which were made to be a prologue for season 3) Yugo and Amalia seemed to have developed some romantic feelings towards each other... doesn't really help that Amalia is growing into womanhood, while Yugo's aging slowed down dramatically and he still looks prepubescent, even though he's 20.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: He frequently finds himself sympathizing with and sometimes forgiving villains when they show themselves to possess redeeming qualities. Tragically, he's sometimes the only one who does.
  • Team Chef
  • Teleport Spam: It's what makes him so powerful, he can teleport anywhere he sees and he can even chain the portals to build up speed.
  • Thinking Up Portals: The first of his Eliatrope powers to develop, and the basis of most of them. Has no problems bringing small people like Az and Adamai through them, but bringing anyone bigger taxes his strength and gives them Teleportation Sickness.
  • The Un-Reveal: What's under his hat? Your bet is as good as anyone's... even Lampshaded early in season two. Subverted at the end of season 2.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: The tiny guy to Amalia's huge girl.
  • Upbringing Makes the Hero: His sincere goodness, impressive fighting abilities, and his skills in the kitchen can all be attributed to the fact that he had a wonderful father.
  • Warrior Prince: Warrior King is a more apt title. According to lore describing Yugo's past life, even before Chibi made him King, Yugo was considered the Eliatrope people's greatest warrior.
  • Wave Motion Gun: He can overlap two portals together to erupt a fairly big laser blast at his target.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Attacking Adamai for the Eliatrope Dofus cost him his brother's friendship.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: In Special Episode 3, he fights Adamai and severs ties with him and physically endangers the World of Twelve in order to save Grovy's life. He still manages to save the world in the end, though his relationship with Adamai is another issue...
  • Your Soul Is Mine: An unintentional example. When Oropo dies, Yugo appears to absorb his Wakfu, and his tears following this event may signal that he gained said person's memories, which means that this tropes applies for all intents and purposes. Considering Yugo was responsible for the existence of Eliotropes in the first place, the mechanism may be similar to how Eliotropes gain each other's Wakfu when one dies, and may well have resulted in a power boost as well.

    Az 

Az

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Yugo's pet Tofu and oftentimes comic relief. His feathers were enchanted by Grougaloragran to deliver some messages to Alibert and Yugo.


  • Babies Ever After: He has kids in the Special Episodes.
  • Fastball Special:
    • Weaponised against Vampyro.
    • Later flung by the Wa Wabbit to make sure the team heads into his dungeon.
  • Flight: Well, yeah, he's a bird.
  • Head Pet: Sometimes.
  • Intelligible Unintelligible: Yugo and Adamaï understand him.
  • Mascot: "The Brotherhood of the Tofu"
  • Non-Human Sidekick: Intelligent enough to follow simple instructions (usually some form of "Go find the others"), Az has been of use to the team on more than one occasion.
  • Team Pet: Enough so that their brotherhood was named after him, and their symbol is the blue feather he can create.

    Ruel Stroud 

Ruel Stroud

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An Enutrof and old friend of Yugo's adoptive father, Ruel was told to set off with Yugo and keep him safe. Like most Enutrofs, getting Ruel to do anything that's not in his own (financial, especially) interest is an uphill battle, and his selfishness and greed often get him distracted. However, he's a seasoned fighter, and his knowledge of the world and its history is considerable.


  • Badass Grandpa: With over fifty years of experience as an adventurer, this old man can still tear through a crowd of foes with hardly a blink... though his temperament leads him to avoid fighting most of the time.
  • Bag of Holding: The Havresac.
  • Battle Couple: In the past, and in Episode 13 of Season 3, with Arpagone, his ex-wife.
  • Berserk Button: Anyone who steals a single Kama off him had better get ready for war.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Yes and no. Made an awesome comeback to save Eva and Amalia, but unfortunately was too late to save Sadlygrove.
  • Blatant Lies: He tries convincing Eva and Amalia to strip by claiming he's lost interest in women's bodies due to his age. His expectant grin suggests otherwise.
  • Children Raise You: Taking care of Yugo in the first season seriously mellowed his personality and by season two he's a much nicer and more caring individual.
  • Cowardly Lion: He can handle himself in a fight, and is even suggested to be the most powerful member of the group. But he would rather flee or hide from a battle if he can.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: He can create fissures in the ground.
  • Drill Tank: Has one in the season 1 finale.
  • Expansion Pack Past: Nasty old miser. Ex-bounty hunter. Very skilled fighter. Mayor of a dead city. Renowned Gobball champion? Heavy metal singer? And finally, Demigod. And married.
  • Fainting: Can happen if he's cornered into spending money.
  • Faking the Dead: Has suffered a number of inexplicably major but ultimately harmless "heart attacks" during convenient moments, like when it's time to pay for a meal. The only one who still falls for it is Yugo. He convinces everyone near the end of season two, to the point of getting buried just so he can look for treasure in the graveyard.
  • Fights Like a Normal: Has magical abilities, but almost never uses them.
  • Fusion Dance: As of the Special Episodes, he can now fuse with his pet dhreller.
  • Gold Fever: Gold, kamas, rare ingredients, if it's valuable Ruel will prioritize acquiring it before the mission, common sense, etc.
  • Greed: And how. It's lightly implied that even for the Enutrof's standards, which are a very greedy people, his greed is off the charts, and he has received his comeback for this in the past.
  • High-Pressure Emotion: He is subject to getting red-faced with a teakettle sound when very upset. Notably in "A Fistful of Kamas" when dealing with the pirates who've stolen his gold.
  • Improbable Weapon User: A weirdly shaped shovel.
  • Jerkass: Starts out as this, but traveling and befriending Yugo ultimately results in...
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's a grumpy skinflint that values friendship... slightly more than money. In Season 1 Episode 1, he allows Alibert to free the man they've captured for bounty, but more often than not, he can be found mooching off his friends to avoid paying for things himself.
  • Kick the Dog: Frequently. In fact, his first appearance in the series has him nearly send a man to jail for stealing an apple. Then when we see him again he attacks two little Tofus because they were sitting on a Kama.
  • Licked by the Dog: By Yugo, Alibert, the Réal Boitard and Nausea, all of whom he takes advantage of in various ways, but ultimately think of him as a good person.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Agile and strong despite his old age.
  • Loners Are Freaks: An affable and sociable example, but a life of loss and loneliness has turned him into an amoral, selfish miser.
  • Miser Advisor: Actually, subverted. Despite his vices, he promised Alibert that he would make sure nothing bad happened to Yugo.
  • Morality Pet: When he's separated from Yugo later in the first season, his morals and scruples take a significant nosedive.
  • Mr. Exposition: He's old and experienced, and thus a fountain of knowledge that the other characters (and the audience) can benefit from.
  • Mr. Vice Guy: Ruel is a ferocious fighter, and probably the most talented of the gang, but his greed usually distracts him at crucial moments. Including the entirety of the final two episodes of the series, which he spends staring at a map and ignoring everything going on around him.
  • Old Master: Possesses far more issues than the usual sort.
  • Precision-Guided Boomerang: His shovel when thrown.
  • Really 700 Years Old: He doesn't look young, of course, but he's apparently been around since before the Ogrest's Chaos, a thousand years before - and he wasn't young then, either. The third season shows an episode about his past featuring Simone from Dofus: The Treasures of Kerubim.
  • The Scrooge: Despite his hoards of gold, he's reluctant to part with a single kama.
  • "Shaggy Dog" Story: After digging under the Sadida Kingdom for a long time, he doesn't get to keep any of the gold he finds.
  • Shovel Strike: Fights with a sharpened shovel.

    Tristepin Percedal 

Sir Tristepin Percedal (Pinpin) / Sir Sadlygrove Percedal (originally Dally, now Percy)

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A Iop and Shushu Guardian, Sadlygrove first encountered Yugo while being possessed by the Shushu he was supposed to guard; after Yugo smacked him out of it, Sadlygrove swore a debt to him. He's a talented swordsman and a loyal ally, but he's also impulsive and sometimes arrogant, which often gets him into trouble.


  • Adorkable: He can be this during moments of air-headed whimsicality (i.e. upon seeing Yugo and Eva trussed up by cannibals: "All this time we were worried about them, and they've just been having dinner with these happy villagers!"). Also prone to weird, sweet, and silly behaviors around Eva.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Loses his right arm in the battle against Ogrest.
    • Subverted as of Season 3, when Rubilax permanently fuses with him in the form of a new arm that replaces the one he lost.
  • Bash Brothers:
    • With Rubilax, particularly when in the Shushus' dimension in Season 2 Episode 9, although Rubilax vehemently denies it.
    • Also with Goultard, whenever they are both fit to fight.
  • Battle Aura: With Power Glows as the god Iop.
  • Blank White Eyes: When in Unstoppable Rage.
  • Blood Knight: He is thrilled by fights and danger, and will be a much more enthusiastic helper if fighting is part of the job. But he will help you even if it's not since, as stated above, like all the other members of the group, he suffers Chronic Hero Syndrome. He says outward that helping people is what a hero does.
  • Book Dumb: He can barely read, often mispronounces words, and can't count very high.
  • Broken Pedestal: When some of his fans actually meet him, they aren't very impressed.
  • Bruiser with a Soft Center: He has a tendency towards tenderness, and can be seen in Season 2 Episode 22 crying at a sad story about separated lovers.
  • Butt-Monkey: Deconstructed. He is one but hates it and it's played as a source of angst for the character and a negative behavior for others who treat him this way.
  • Captain Obvious: Prone to observing the simplest of facts as if it were a great revelation.
  • Cassandra Truth: The one time he's actually savvy in the correct genre (namely, a bit of Dungeon Crawling), no-one else believes him and quickly get taken out by the traps. He just grits his teeth and powers through the rest of the dungeon by himself to save the others.
  • Character Development: He's grown from a decent fighter who was... really stupid to a great fighter who's merely academically disinclined. Moreover, he's gradually developed an emotional maturity over the course of the series that allows him to face and accept things he began the series by ignoring/denying (i.e. his false confidence masks real insecurities which are gradually acknowledged and thus given the chance to be turned into true confidence). The effects of this can be seen in the OVA volume 2, where he admits, for the first time since we've known him, that he's afraid.
  • Cloud Cuckoolander: Mainly in Season 1, Tristepin seems to live in his own little world. The most pervasive example of this is the Qixote-ish in-depth delusion he maintains of fairy-tale-style knighthood (i.e. expecting all princesses to be beautiful, believing rescuing a damsel in distress will lead directly to true love, etc.). Another example: on seeing a huge monster being ambushed by a civilian wielding a bread paddle, Tristepin shouts, "That poor creature is being attacked by a crazy baker!" and charges in to "save" it.
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Despite his clear categorization as Plucky Comic Relief, Tristepin is in fact the strongest member of the group apart from Ruel.
  • Cultural Cringe: Iops as a group are derided as idiots by the whole World of Twelve, and for most of Season 1, Tristepin doesn't object to this. Only near the end of the season does he begin to allow himself to be bothered by it. This breakdown of his "Sticks-and-Stones" barrier can be partially attributed to him suffering two alternate sources of stress and anxiety as well during this time (jealousy and Rube Syndrome).
  • Dark-Skinned Redhead: As of Season 1 episode 22, as a result of trekking across a large desert during daytime. It's pretty much a permanent deep tan.
  • Defeat Means Friendship:
    • He's the first opponent Yugo defeats in the series
    • Pulls it out later on with the Dragon Pig.
  • Determinator: When the stakes are high enough, hardly anything can keep him down. Crush him under tons of weight? He'll shake it off. Smack him across half a desert? Back on his feet in seconds. Dislocate his arms? He'll kick you to death.
  • Divine Delegation: He is the god Iop, but gave Goultard both the powers and responsibilities long ago to endlessly reincarnate and live mortal lives. He reaffirms this decision at the end of the Special Episodes.
  • Dumbass Has a Point: Zig-zagged. When he learns about Evangelyne's Sister, he rants about being always treated as the Butt Monkey of the team, and about the lack of respect from Eva (who is constantly being snarky about him). This a good point until you think he just has recklessly attacked Crâs right before and he has pretty much stayed the same Leeroy Jenkins, Blood Knight since his resurrection.
  • Dumb Muscle: Iops in general are not known for using their brains.
  • Embarrassing Nickname: Doesn't like being called "Grovy". Thaws to it a bit after his trek through the desert, though.
  • Emotional Regression: Briefly in Season 2, following his fight with Evangelyne, he begins behaving like a sullen teenage boy. This persists for several episodes, wherein he sulks unashamedly, rejects all Eva's advice out of hand, and allows Cleophee to flirt with him, even flirting back once or twice. The situation reaches its peak on Bellaphone Island and has a hand in placing the whole group in danger, since Eva may have realized sooner that the boys were enchanted if Tristepin had not been a jerkwad for the past week. Afterwards, Tristepin is forced to acknowledge that his behavior has been reprehensible.
  • Facial Markings: Also as of Episode 22.
  • Failed Attempt at Drama: A repeat offender.
  • Family Man: In early season 3, he has given up adventures to live with Eva in a faraway place and raising their children.
  • Fatal Flaw: Sadlygrove is an inveterate show-off when he's not getting smacked around thanks to his Leeroy Jenkins tendencies. Though he's an enormously skilled fighter, his lack of concentration does him in more than not.
  • Fish out of Water: The first time the group enters the Sadida Kingdom's palace to speak to the court, Tristepin displays some anxiety and awkwardness, possibly deriving from his background as a farmhand and ultimately becoming one of the three stressors (the other two being jealousy over Evangelyne and insecurity about his intelligence) that cause him to pick a fight with five Sadida guardsmen. Although underplayed, this feeling is so powerful that, when challenged by the Sadida prince, he takes Eva's advice and attempts to turn down a fight for the first time since his appearance in the series.
  • God in Human Form: He is a reincarnation of the god Iop, though he has abandoned his original memories and delegated both his divine powers and his duties to Goultard.
  • Good Old Fisticuffs: Likes to put aside Rubilax in favor of this for sparring or serious duels. Surprisingly, since he's a fantastic hand-to-hand fighter, it usually goes well for him.
  • Go Out with a Smile: "I'm entering the legend."
  • Green Around the Gills: Whenever he's aboard a boat. He gets better with it by the end of season 2, which is remarked by Eva.
  • Happily Married: To Eva as of Special Episode 3.
  • Hard Head: One of his most common attacks is to grab an opponent and repeatedly bash his hard head against theirs.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Throws himself in front of a deadly blast to shield Evangelyne and Amalia.
  • Honor Before Reason: His "warrior's pride" means that he's hesitant to use ranged weapons or stealth, and he hates fleeing from a fight even if the odds are insurmountable.
  • Idiot Hero: Deconstructed. Sadlygrove's mental pratfalls often fail to be inspiring or even endearing, and he becomes increasingly sensitive about cracks to his intelligence as the series goes on. Ironically, Goultard considers him the opposite, that he thinks too much, and Sadlygrove is at least smarter than the hulking Dumb Muscle lop that are more common than him.
  • I Just Want to Be Normal: Initially, after being revealed as the god Iop, he hates it and wants to have a normal life with Eva and their children.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: Is desperate to escape his humble origins and become a hero.
  • In Harm's Way: Fights, especially difficult and dangerous ones, are his favorite form of entertainment.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: Talks big and can be a show-off, but is secretly plagued by insecurities regarding certain areas of his life. Tristepin: (with chest expanded and confident smile) "It's a heavy burden, but I'm worthy." Grougal: "Then why the shadow of fear over your heart, little Iop?"
  • Jabba Table Manners: (With mouth full) "Hey, who's that?" (Points at courier with his jam sandwich, splattering jam on the poor guy.)
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Brash, bullheaded, unrepentantly stupid, and a bit of a braggart, but altogether a nice guy.
  • Kick the Dog: Downplayed. When he learns that Evangelyne has a sister she never told him about, he reacts with an uncharacteristically angry outburst, triggered by his feelings of inadequacy, and essentially accuses Evangelyne of slumming by being with him. This hits her like a punch to the gut and is followed by a pseudo-breakup where Tristepin does his best to live life as if he no longer cares what Eva thinks. Keep in mind, Eva may be pregnant at the time (the date and circumstances of conception are ambiguous). Fortunately, he finally realizes his mistake, but nonetheless this is still a prick move...
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Might be one of the most brazen examples of these in history, as suicidal odds are considered a good thing by him. Peaks when he joyfully attacks Rushu head-on, after recognizing he's unbeatable.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: Goofy Sadlygrove is dangerous, but far less than not-goofy Sadlygrove.
  • Loser Protagonist: Not only is he the butt of countless jokes at his expense, the whole World of Twelve considers Iops as a group to be hopeless imbeciles (to the point that a sports announcer can casually comment on the stupidity of Iops and the only person in the audience who doesn't laugh is a lone Iop at the edge of the screen).
  • Meaningful Name: Tristepin translates to "sad pine-tree". Really, we should have seen it coming...
  • My God, What Have I Done?:
    • His reaction to breaking Eva's bow.
    • A much more serious moment happens in Season 3, When the team are having their souls tested with their greatest regrets it is shown that he is heartbroken that he fathered many children with many women while a God, and doesn't know any of them. It's worsened since at that point, he has become a Family Man.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: A frequent offender, due to attacking first and ending up messing up a situation that could have been avoided with a plan or conversation.
  • The Noseless: A trait of all Iops.
  • Snot Bubble: Pretty much every time he sleeps.
  • Spirited Competitor: Tristepin: "I've been waiting my whole life for a fight like this." Eva: "It's madness! You'll be powerless!" Tristepin: "The important thing isn't to win, but to participate!"
  • Superpowered Evil Side: When merged with Rubilax, he does manage to control him after a while in season 1.
  • Symbiotic Possession: After they started getting along better, when things get serious, Rubilax merges with him but leaves him in control.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Acknowledges that the King of the Demon Realm is undefeatable. Chooses to attack him anyway.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Season 1 Episode 22. Consistently in Season 2.
  • Use Your Head: Takes Goultard's advice that "sometimes an Iop needs to know when to use his head" to heart and uses headbutts against several enemies. His Iop children end up with this technique as well.
  • "Uh-Oh" Eyes: A sign that he's using divine power is that he eyes go completely blank.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: After Season 1 Episode 22.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: Early in the story, Tristepin seems to believe (or at least behaves as if) he's in a Chivalric Romance. Though this sometimes works due to the inherent similarities between chivalric romances and RPG-style adventures, it's nonetheless gradually deconstructed as he gains real-world experience. It's later inverted completely when he demonstrates a solid knowledge of the ins and outs of dungeon-crawling which the other characters are ignorant of.
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    Evangelyne 

Evangelyne (Eva)

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Amalia's long-suffering Crâ bodyguard and best friend, Evangelyne initially follows Yugo out of concern for Amalia, but soon becomes attached to the others as well. By far the most level-headed of the group, Eva helps keep her somewhat flighty compatriots grounded, and her archery is a force to be reckoned with.


  • Action Mom: She kicks ass, helping to save the world alongside her companions and manages raising two kids at the same time.
  • Badass Adorable: She's incredibly badass, but also very beautiful. And very Obliviously Beautiful.
  • Big Eater: Becomes one in the manga due to her pregnancy.
  • Boobs of Steel: Strongest female main character, biggest bust size. Justified in that she's also the oldest female main character at 17.
  • Bottomless Quiver: Never runs out of arrows, and fires them at a speed that would make a machine-gunner proud. Justified because her arrows are generated magically by the bow itself.
  • Break the Cutie: Episode 19 of season 1 was bad enough, but that's nothing compared to the finale.
  • Butt-Monkey: Briefly, after Cleophelia joins the group.
  • The Cassandra: Nobody believes her about Sadlygrove being still alive, and think that she's just unable to get over his death. She even begins to question her own sanity too. Of course, she turns out to be right.
  • Conflict Ball: Her being a huge stick-in-the-mud throughout the whole Bontarian Gobbowl arc, and even telling Amalia that her childhood victories in the sport were fixed.
  • Cool Big Sis: Though her sister doesn't think she's that cool.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Specially to Amalia and Sadlygrove.
  • Distressed Damsel: Amusingly enough, she gets captured just as much as Amalia does, if not more (a fact that does not go unnoticed by Amalia). May actually be a more justified example, since she's the handmaiden/bodyguard of the typical candidate for a damsel in distress.
  • Happily Married: To Grovy in Special Episode 3 and from there onward, even choosing to be with him in a quiet life, away from adventures.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She's snarky and somewhat bitter, but she's ultimately a good person.
  • Her Heart Will Go On: Subverted in two different ways. At the beginning of Season 2 we see that she's unable to get over Sadlygrove's death, and thinks he's somehow still alive. Turns out she's right, and after Sadlygrove is saved, they resume their relationship.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partner: With Amalia.
  • Heroic BSoD: Having the two people she cares the most for die right in front of her pushes her way past her limit during the season 1 finale.
  • Important Haircut: In the first episode of season 2, she cuts her long hair and sets on with a much shorter cut.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: Is capable of firing a :recall arrow over a distance of at least two days' travel by dragoturkey and hitting exactly where she aimed.
  • The Lancer: Often question's Yugo's decisions, and typically leads the team in his absence.
  • Le Parkour: Does a lot or roofhopping in Rubilaxia.
  • Lethal Chef: Hard to tell. On one side, Sadlygrove and Elely find her cooking disgusting, but on the other side, Flopin absolutely loves it.
  • Ms. Fanservice: A pretty, tall young girl who often wears skin-tight clothes that show off her curvy figure.
  • No "Arc" in "Archery": Averted, occasionally spectacularly.
  • Obliviously Beautiful: She disbelieves her beauty. Which leads to...
  • Oblivious to Love: She doesn't even realize when a guy is in love with her, unless the guy in question makes incredibly obvious advances (and sometimes not even that).
  • Only Sane Man: The most mature and level headed member of the brotherhood, being often the one to reign over the others, specially Dally.
  • Pointy Ears: All Cra have particularly pointy, manga-elf ears.
  • Pregnant Badass: Heavily suggested she is in the last episode of Season 2. The issue is heavily discussed in the manga after Eva makes her pregnancy public. Amalia wonders if Eva should go on adventuring in her state (though she's okay with it, and even declares that she will be Eva's bodyguard in the meantime), and Sadlygrove completely opposes her going with them due to what may happen to her and the baby (which indeed causes some strife between them). Eva, on the other hand, firmly states that she is not going to be a traditional stay-at-home mom.
    • The first episode of season three has her in the very late stages of pregnancy not slowed down even a bit when evil comes knocking on her door.
  • Super Senses: Most notably Cra-granted enhanced vision.
  • Teen Pregnancy: Hinted at the end of Season 2, confirmed in the follow-up manga.
  • Trauma Conga Line: The ending of Season 1. First, her bow is broken by Grovy, who then leaves full of shame. Then, when she reunites with him, he gets killed shortly thereafter while protecting her. And if that wasn't enough, her friend Amalia is turned into a tree in front of her eyes.
  • Trick Arrow: She has been shown using several different kinds of magic arrows with really various and sometimes unusual effects (at least for arrows).
  • Tsundere: Towards Grovy, having several moments of being very harsh due to his personality, but also several moments of being very mellow to him.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: Towards Grovy. Even more so after they have children to the point she slapped Armand across the face and admonished him in front of his family for making an insult about Grovy's intelligence in front of her and their children.

    Amalia Sheran Sharm 

Amalia Sheran Sharm

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Amalia is the princess of the Sadidas, but isn't terribly fond of her royal duties and would much rather go out adventuring, often dragging a bemused Evangelyne in tow. Tagging along with Yugo mostly on a whim, she sometimes comes off as sheltered and immature, but won't hesitate to take responsibility when necessary.


  • Action Girl: Despite her age and upbringing, she's a very powerful fighter.
  • Affectionate Nickname: "Ami", used once by Eva.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Like all Sadida, she's brown-skinned, which, coupled with their green hair, recalls a tree to mind. Though it genuinely seems that they're brown skinned people, rather than just tanned.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her first outfit. Averted with her princess outfit and the clothes she wears from the Special Episodes onwards.
  • Gender Bender: During the Brâkmarian Gobbowl match.
  • Green-Eyed Monster: She shows signs of this in the manga when a girl shows attraction to Yugo.
  • Green Thumb: Like all the Sadidas, she has power over plants.
  • Hartman Hips: Almost ridiculously so for her age. Lampshaded in Season 3, when she gets stuck in a small trapdoor and Elely says it's because of her big butt.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Eva. While Amalia can be brusque with Eva, nothing brings her to tears faster or brings out her Mama Bear instincts like Eva being hurt.
  • Improbable Weapon User: A vegetal doll (standard for Sadidas).
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She sometimes tends to act as a spoiled child, avoiding menial labor whenever she can and demanding others to do her bidding because she's a princess. However, deep inside she deeply cares about her friends and would do anything to help them when they're in danger.
  • The Knights Who Say "Squee!": She acts like a complete fangirl around the Justice Knight or the Masked Gobbowler.
  • Little Miss Badass: At 13, she kicks as much ass as everybody else.
  • Overshadowed by Awesome: Overshadowed by the Sexy. Despite not lacking in the beauty department, she's frequently overlooked by male admirers in favor of Evangelyne, her bodyguard.
  • Pretty Princess Powerhouse: She's easy on the eyes and she's powerful enough to quickly curbstomp Count Harebourg, whom previously just beat down Yugo and was a demigod son of Xelor skilled in ice and time magic, with a few vine attacks after finding out he planned on using her kingdom as firewood.
  • Rebellious Princess: At the beginning of the first season, she even ran away from her castle.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: She may be a princess
  • She Is All Grown Up: She was cute at 13 but by the Special Episodes, she's turned into a beautiful young woman. This hasn't gone unnoticed by Yugo...
  • Slapstick Knows No Gender: She's in a dead heat with Sadlygrove on who's most likely to get an Amusing Injury.
  • Statuesque Stunner: While not the tallest girl of the group, she's very tall for her age. She's just a year older than Yugo, yet she's twice his height. And by the time the Special Episodes roll, she has outgrown Evangelyne and became the tallest member of the group.
  • The Strategist: In the Season 2 final episodes, she stays back on the main ship and uses her knowledge to help with leading the forces attack.
  • Squishy Wizard: Her powers over nature are nothing to scoff against, but her physical prowess isn't that good.
  • Stripperiffic: Her regular outfit is rather revealing, offering the same amount of coeverage a bikini wuld. Completely averted from the Special Episodes onward, as she wears her princess outfit.
  • Synchronization: With her doll.
  • Tentacle Rope: Her primary mode of attack is Sadida bramble.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: The huge girl to Yugo's tiny guy.
  • Transflormation: Into a stump, along with everybody else whose wakfu was stored in the Tree of Life, when Nox drains it.
  • The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter: Her father is huge and a bit gonkish, but his daughter is considerably more good looking.
  • Waif Prophet: Played with; we never get a clear indication whether or not Sadida told her to go to Emelka.
  • Willing Channeler: With the Tree of Life in season 1 episode 25. For once, possession is a good thing.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has green hair, just like all the Sadida women.
  • Younger than She Looks: In seasons 1 and 2, she's 13, just a year older than Yugo despite being almost twice his height. Sadidas in general are taller than most of the other races.

Other Members

    Rubilax 
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Rubilax

Sadlygrove's Shushu ward, Rubilax is the Shushu of Carnage, trapped inside a sword. When he actually contributes to a conversation, it's usually to tempt Sadlygrove into unleashing him so he can run amok; when sealed, he's just sort of a jerk.

  • Ain't Too Proud to Beg: After Goultard mortally wounded him, he begged the Iop to take him as his servant instead.
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: It reaches the point in season 3 where as Sadlygrove is dying...again, he tries to make a deal with Rubilax to revive him like last time, but Rubilax says he only will if Sadlygrove promises to free him after their mission is finished, which Sadlygrove agrees to. However a little later, Ruel reminds Sadlygrove that Rubilax would have been free anyway if he had died, so Rubilax revived Sadlygrove purely from the goodness of his heart.
  • BFS: In full combat mode (otherwise he's not much bigger than a dagger).
  • Butt-Monkey: A bit, when sealed, and in general among other Shushus, who consider him too soft-hearted and incompetent.
  • Cool Sword: He doesn't own one, he IS one.
  • Dude, Where's My Respect?: Literally every other Shushu looks down on him, regardless of his accomplishments. He eventually gets so fed up with it that he does an official Heel–Face Turn.
  • Easily Forgiven: He is quickly added back to the group with no huge hangups after having used Dally's body and almost opened a portal for the world to be destroyed.
  • Egopolis: Rubilaxia. Though it isn't so much a town or a city as it is an enormous ball made of them.
  • Elemental Powers: He's a four-element Shushu.
  • Enemy Mine: With Sadlygrove by letting him control the Super Mode in season 1 episode 25, and side-by-side in season 2 episode 9, "Rushu's World".
  • Evil Counterpart: He's basically all of Sadlygrove's bad traits concentrated and stuffed into a sword, right down to the self-conceit used to conceal hidden insecurities and lack of focus that ultimately leads to his many downfalls.
  • Shout-Out: Rubilax' fusion with Tristepin is a dead ringer for Migi, from the eye in the hand to the shapeshifting abilities.
  • Situational Sword
  • Sizeshifter: Can change the size of his blade as a sword. And in his true form, the harder he's hit, the bigger he grows.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Likes to think of himself as a powerful demon, but is soundly defeated nearly every time he is released (once, by a medic!)

    Kamasu-Tar Junior 

Kamasu-Tar Junior

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A young dhreller who becomes Ruel's familiar over the course of season 1. Despite the Enutrof's initial reluctance to adopt one again, after the loss of the first Kamasu-Tar, Ruel did eventually warm up to the tenacious little critter.


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    Grufon 

Grufon

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The Brotherhood's talking map; actually an imprisoned minor Shushu, and an all-around jerk.


  • All of the Other Reindeer: As a minor Shushu, is regarded with laughing contempt by major Shushu (even Rubilax mocks him).
  • Happiness in Slavery: Is overjoyed by Yugo's agreeing to be his Guardian, making him the first minor Shushu ever to have one, and never once attempts to escape from his map afterwards
  • Jerkass: Demands to be buttered up to actually present any information, and even then is likely to steer you wrong, just because he can.
  • Literal Genie: He'll try to blame the heroes on not being specific enough whenever he leads them astray.
    Grufon: You didn't tell me you wanted a working harbor!
  • MacGuffin: Both in episode 3, where the team has to beat The Black Raven to acquire him, and again at the start of season two when he's the reason Remington is tracking down Eva.
  • Power Copying: When his map gets eaten by an arachnee in Season 1 Episode 13, Grufon not only gets released, but he gains the arachnee's ability to spin webs.
  • Sealed Evil in a Can: Like many other shushu, he is a demon trapped inside an item that is to be used by guardians.

    Cleophelia 

Cleophelia / Cléophée

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Evangelyne's rebellious younger sister, who defected from the Crâ ranks and took up wrestling. She joins the team after Eva is sent to find her. Contrary to other Crâs seen on the show, she prefers hand-to-hand combat, though she also uses a crossbow. Described as a troublemaker by both Eva and Amalia.


  • Action Girl: Unlike most Cra, she likes to fight on the front line.
  • Arm Cannon: Instead of a bow, she uses a wrist-mounted crossbow.
  • Big Eater: Able to swallow a whole pot of disgusting food that would make hardened pirates puke.
  • Lovinga Shadow: It's implied that she is smitten with the "Ginger Warrior" rather than the real Sadlygrove. She seems to realize how stupid he really is in "A Fistfull of kamas".
  • One of the Boys: She clearly enjoys hanging out with guys more than with girls.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: Her bangs cover her left eye most of the time. In the final episode of Season 2, she pushes her hair back to symbolically show that she's more mature and no longer feels that she's living in her sister's power.
  • Put on a Bus: The credits for the season two finale show she stayed as a crewmember on Elaine and Encre Noir, hence why she doesn't rejoin the Brotherhood of the Tofu in the specials.
  • Sensual Spandex: Her wrestling outfit (her usual pants are more on the baggy side).
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: Is an excited hand-to-hand fighter, in contrast with her sister's cool, collected archer.
  • Sixth Ranger: For season 2, replacing Adamaï.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: She looks a lot like Eva, the only noticeable differences (besides their haircuts) is that Cleo's face is a bit narrower, her chin is a bit more angular and her eyes are also a bit narrower. Lampshaded by Ruel.
  • Tomboy: Even more than Eva.
  • Wrestler in All of Us: When we first meet her she fights like a wrestler and barely ever uses her bow.

    Master Joris 

Master Joris

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The emissary of Bonta in the Sadida Kingdom. One of the main characters of the Kerubim series, when he still was a child. He joins the group in the Manga.


  • Ascended Extra: Goes from a minor, if rather important, character at the end of season 1 to one of the brotherhood in the Manga and Special Episodes. He even gets to be the Deuteragonist of another show that takes place when he was a child during the Dofus era, and even gets his own movie!
  • Back-to-Back Badasses: Fights alongside Yugo this way in Special Episode 2.
  • Badass Family: Has become this by the time of the Wakfu OVAs with Kerubim and Atcham who are basically his adopted sons (see Promotion to Parent below). Atcham and Kerubim have put aside their differences at some point in the 1000 years since the Dofus era though dying and having their reincarnations raised by Joris probably helped with that. At any rate, they manage to find all of the Eliatrope Dofus and later with Yugo put up a very good fight against multiple powerful enemies.
  • Character Focus: Special Episode 2, in which he steps up as one of the protagonists. Not to mention the movie.
  • Cheerful Child: What he was in The Treasures of Kerubim
  • The Faceless: We only see his eyes and his long nose.
  • Hero of Another Story: Joris is one of the only relevant characters in Wakfu during the season 1 finale and second episode of the special episodes. But he has a very long history of his own (he is over 1000 years old which means he survived Ogrest's chaos, already an impressive feat), a backstory covered by a movie, and is deuteragonist in another TV series.
  • Hero-Worshipper: Of Kerubim, as a kid.
  • In the Hood: Always seen wearing one, even as a child. Though it seems to be casting his face in shadow, it turns out that's just his skin color.
  • Immortality Begins at 20: Or at least that seems the case. He was about 10 in Dofus: The Treasures of Kerubim, yet doesn't seem that old in Wakfu. Very impressive considering the 1000-years time gap between the two.
    • The timeline is a bit sketchy due to Ankama's many interventions on the lore, but an official timeline shows that he was 7 in 'Treasures of Kerubim', meaning he was 591 in his first appearance on 'Wakfu'. In 'Dofus, book one: Julith' his incredible longevity is revealed to be probably caused by the fact that, although human, Joris houses the soul of the Ebony Dofus' Black Dragon, Grougalosalar.
  • Improbable Weapon User: Uses what appears to be a tree trunk that's as big as himself.
  • Innocent Blue Eyes: Revealed to have been born with these but because he became the container for Grougalosalar, they became black.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Despite his small size, Joris is extremely powerful and can hold his own against Nox's creations and help the heroes.
  • Promotion to Parent: A somewhat complicated version. Joris as a child was raised by Kerubim. In the Dofus movie, Kerubim and Atcham, Kerubim's brother, are killed but reincarnate due to being demigods (Kerubim's reincarnation is onscreen, Atcham's is offscreen.) Joris doesn't do any actual parenting onscreen, but during the special Wakfu episodes, which chronologically take place 1000 years later, Kerubim and Atcham both call Joris father, implying he raised them for all their lives during the previous 1000 years, since he himself is seemingly immortal.

    Flopin & Elely 

Flopin & Elely

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The twin kids of Sadlygrove and Evangeline. First appeared in the Wakfu Specials.


  • Affectionate Nickname: Eva likes to call Flopin "Little Wolf".
  • Arm Cannon: In the OVA's Flopin uses a wrist-mounted crossbow, just like his aunt.
  • Ascended Extra: In Season 3, Elely pretty much replaced her mother as one of the two female leads.
  • Badass Adorable: They may look like small and cute 5 year olds, but Flopin could hit 5 acorns thrown upward before they hit the ground. And then skewer them horizontally to hit bullseye on targets. Elely can actually control herself when she goes berserk and has a bit of the Iop gods power. During season 3, Flopin is also shown to excel at MacGyvering and he's the one who delivers the coup de grace on Toxine.
  • Cheerful Child: Both of them, albeit Flopin is more subdued.
  • Cute Little Fangs: Elely has one little fang sticking out of her mouth when closed.
  • Death Glare: They both gave an epic one to Sipho, who had just kidnapped their infant brother.
  • Divine Parentage: Their father is a god. Or at the very least, a god reincarnated into a human which is slowly recovering his godly powers. This is actually a plot point in season three.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Elely is constantly barefoot.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: You'd be forgiven for thinking Flopin is a girl.
  • Fiery Redhead: Elely. That's standard for Iops, really.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: In season three Flopin shows a knack for Cra weapon making. At one point while in a desperate battle he even Macgyvered some crossbows from Sram traps.
  • Gender Equals Breed: Inverted. They're each of the same race as their respective opposite-sex parent.
  • Heroic Bastard: They both were conceived and born out of wedlock. Although flashbacks show that Sadlygrove tried to propose multiple times, he was just always interrupted.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: As detailed above, Flopin's aiming is just absurdly good.
  • Like Mother Like Son: Flopin is very much like his mother, Evangelyne, in terms of appearance, personality, and choice of weapons. Elely takes after her father Dally. That said - both also have a lot in common with their other parent. Flopin loves a good fight as much as Dally does, and Elely tends to be more intelligent about fighting, at least when she stops trying to emulate her father.
  • Little Miss Badass: Elely, ridiculously so. At the beginning of Season 3, she managed to defeat an enemy several times larger than her that gave her parents a run for their money. And while she is a demigoddess, her opponent was one too.
  • Momma's Boy: Flopin is very close to his mother, something both Elely and Dally make fun of him for.
  • The Noseless: Like all Iops, Elely's nose is not visible.
  • Phrase Catcher: Starting Season 3, a lot of villains told Elely that she would make a fine Iop Goddess. The same applies as Flopin is often referred to as the next Cra God.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: They're as different from each other as their parents are, included not even being the same race.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Flopin is much calmer than his sister, Elely.
  • Semi-Divine: They're demigods, albeit only Elely has demonstrated godly powers. Season 3 villains think that they have potential to ascend into full godhood.
  • Tag Along Kid: They're even younger than Yugo, but unlike most examples of this trope, they can be very uselful.
  • Unto Us a Son and Daughter Are Born: Hilariously, before they were born, in the comics their parents used to argue about what gender and race their future kid would be. Turn out, they were both.
  • Walking Spoiler: Their mere existence reveals A LOT about two major characters.
  • Youthful Freckles: Flopin inherited this trait from his mother.

Former Members

    Adamaï 

Adamaï

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One of the world's last surviving Dragons and Yugo's brother, Adamaï formally joins the group halfway through the first season. As a Dragon, his powers are underdeveloped, but he's still a fairly skilled shapeshifter and manipulator of wakfu. Probably the most grounded member of the team besides Eva, and gets especially serious whenever the history of Dragons or Eliatropes is involved.


  • Big "NO!": To mark Grougaloragran's passing at the end of episode 16.
  • Co-Dragons: With Lady Echo to Oropo in Season 3. Bonus points for being an actual dragon.
  • Dramatic Irony: He seems to believe the Brotherhood abandoned him, where in fact they are just waiting for him to return so they can make up.
  • Easily Forgiven: With the exception of Goultard promising to kick his ass later, at the end of season 3 none of the main characters seemed to have any intention of punishing or even admonishing him for his prior actions, despite the fact that he attacked and kidnapped Evangeline, Flopin, and Elely, and even attempted to outright murder Dally (and technically succeeded)!
  • Face–Heel Turn: Joins Lady Echo after fighting Yugo over using the Eliatrope Dofus. He then becomes Oropo's right-hand dragon.
  • Fighting from the Inside: Adamaï, possessed by Anathar in the season 2 finale arc, begins to resist when Yugo is put in danger by Qilby in episode 25, and finally throws off the control altogether.
  • Four-Fingered Hands: In humanoid form.
  • The Heavy: Due to being a dragon and most importantly, wielding the 6 Eliatrope Dofus he's the biggest hitter of the Brotherhood of the Forgotten.
  • Hypocrite:
    • He betrayed Yugo's side after denouncing Yugo for using the Eliatrope Dofus's combined power to fight Ogrest (due to the risk it could cause to the world). Between the special episodes and the start of season 3, he took them from their hiding place and is using their power to enhance his own, without any apocalyptic event that we can see to stop, unlike when Yugo used them.
    • He calls Toxine "a psychopath", well after he took Tristepin's family by force and sadistically beat him up and made Yugo watch. And at the same time calls another demigod (most likely Ush) a "gambler" when he is himself taking a massive gamble with Oropo's plans.
  • Improvised Golems: He can summon a stone golem to fight.
  • Large Ham: He loves talking big and using extravagant words, most notably in his debut episode.
  • Mentor Mascot: To Yugo, somewhat.
  • Morphic Resonance: In all his forms, he has white and blue skin, horns and very thick lips.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: When he finally realize that Oropo lied to him, he has an Heel Realization and becomes good again.
  • Physical God:While wielding the 6 Eliatrope Dofus his powers actually surpass any of the 12 gods by a large margin.
  • One-Winged Angel: By using the six Eliatrope Dofus, he's able to reach a new powerful form with an uncanny resemblance to Frieza.
  • Out of Focus: In the first half of season 2.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: He's a small dragon but is nothing short of a dangerous Lightning Bruiser.
  • Redemption Demotion: He rejoins the heroes after losing the six Eliatrope Dofus, and thus only retaining a fraction of the power he had as an antagonist, and barely is of any help.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: Talked like this when Yugo first encountered him.
  • Separated at Birth: From Yugo.
  • Shapeshifter Mode Lock: He's stuck in Tofu form between episodes 21 and 23 of season 1.
  • Shipper on Deck: He seems to be one for Amalia and Yugo. After seeing Amalia on top of Yugo, he asks if they want to be left alone and then apologizes for being a Moment Killer to Yugo.
  • Shout-Out: His appearance in season 3 while powered up by the Eliatrope Dofus is a dead ringer for Frieza. Subverted when you realize that he just grew up.
  • The Sixth Ranger: Until season 2, when the rest of the five-man band go questing while he stays in the Sadida Kingdom to help keep an eye on the newly-hatched Grougaloragran and the Eliacube.
  • Threshold Guardian: To Yugo for their first encounter.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Fights Yugo over the Eliatrope Dofus and leaves the group permanently in the Special Episodes. He returns in Season 3, this time as a villain.
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