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Carter Tatsumi/Catherine Grayson

"...if anything...who knows if, you know...something good happens? I'd like to think that everyone deserves a second chance of life."
Catherine

A young man who starred in various Toku works, Carter first appeared in the World of Tales. He had been travelling by himself for quite some time for whatever reason, and when he first found the WAOAA group, he experienced a bit of culture shock. Slowly, he started to make friends with some of the members. When he got a bit more comfortable, he reverted to his "true" form, Catherine Grayson, the Ultimate Red Legendary Ranger.

Catherine used to be a fighter, but ever since the failed rescue, she decided to become a pacifist and helping the group out whenever needed. From her arrival at the World of Time to when she left for the world of Aerith, she became a Staraptor, which allowed her to attack non-lethally.

It was revealed that the Catherine/Carter that appeared in WAOAA was just a hologram copy version of the real Catherine, only with a vastly different personality. The reason for her creation was to see if Catherine could experience travelling without leaving her home. Naturally, it failed, with her double taking a life of her own. This caused her to rethink about travelling again, especially with her and Alyx trying to rescue Michael.

Most of the tropes from his/her appearance in We Are Our Avatars still applies, along with...


Tropes Applying to Carter Tatsumi:

Tropes Applying to Catherine Grayson:

  • Balloon Belly: While trying to survive the book of Eibon, in the Gluttony chapter, Catherine rapidly gained weight as a result of overeating. Her girth remained after she escaped from the book.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: The primary form, helped with Carter/Catherine identifying herself as a woman.
  • Glacier Waif: The first of her primary fighting styles; she wields defensive spells such as Wall of Frost, Wall of Storms, and Wall of Flames, and she can take hits.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: First when she gained wolf ears and a tail in the World of Tales, then gained a Staraptor Gijinka form in Cyber New York.
  • Little Bit Beastly: Gained wolf ears and a tail after drinking a potion, then lost them when she became a Staraptor in the World of Time.
  • Mama Bear: Even moreso than in We Are Our Avatars—she threatened Oberon that she would kill him if he ever harmed Alyx. As it turned out, Oberon eventually regretted how Alyx was treated—Brain was the one behind the entire torture and extraction of his powers and personality.
  • The Medic: The second of her primary fighting styles; she has learned several healing spells and can create healing potions.
  • My Greatest Failure: She felt that she didn't rescue Alexander properly, and that her own emotions were holding her back. She deeply regretted how the mission turned out, and it became the catalyst for her to become a full-time pacifist.
  • Noble Bird of Prey: As a Staraptor, even though she didn't have the personality to match at first.
  • Running Gag: In the World of Time, anyone who hasn't met Catherine would automatically call her a talking bird, or some variation.
  • Technical Pacifist: Started to become this, which was why she initially had difficulty trying to adapt to her being turned into a Staraptor.

Tropes Applying to Both Forms:

  • New Job as the Plot Demands: Every time the group visits a new world, Carter/Catherine ends up getting a new job in order to keep getting income. So far, in addition to acting and being a Ranger, (s)he was a mail carrier and a member of Team Elemental in the World of Time, and an adviser and racecar driver in Sugaaria.
  • Time Skip: Carter/Catherine appeared to be the same one(s) in We Are Our Avatars five years after the events of "Sins of the Past", but as of the end of the WAOAA game, it was retconned—Catherine never left Mariner Bay all along.

Carter Alexander ("Alyx") Grayson, Golden King of Arkenea (Other)

Carter/Catherine's Other, Alyx showed up in the World of Tales. He had been gone for 100 years after his rule in Arkenea, travelling with his wife and some of their friends, but most of them have since died.

Because of him travelling alone for quite some time before his reappearance, Alyx became even more serious and even wondered why he was still living. However, Catherine's idea for a small family reunion seemed to help, as he slowly became his old self again—serious, but rather ditzy at times.

He was captured along with Hal and Garcie in Oz, and he was tortured by the Cipher Brotherhood, ultimately losing most of his spirit and goodness to them. He did manage to try to turn Oberon, the one responsible for his kidnapping, around a little, striking up a friendship between them. Alexander and the other prisoners were later freed by Catherine and NOIR II, but it didn't go as planned—the rescuers forgot/didn't know that he lost most of his personality. Thanks to Oberon, he eventually regained his personality back.

Some time later, he was chosen to take part in a cave exploration in order to retrieve precious metals and jewels, but he was sidetracked by a fake Hayley. Overwhelmed by the darkness in his heart—formed when his wife passed away—and the confusion, Alexander thought about not helping Arkenea until Rowan convinced him to train.

When Arkenea was attacked and Hal was captured, Alexander chose to leave, angry over his own failure. Hayley was about to be gone forever until he had her become the Guardian of his Glass Sword, renamed "Grayson's Heart". After spending some time with her, Alexander decided to return to Arkenea to help the group out.

Oberon notified him about the Brain's whereabouts, and Alexander fought against the foe. The Brain was turned into a dragon, using the former King's powers, managing to have a tough battle. In the end, Alexander killed the Brain for good and completely destroyed his body, just to be sure.

Became a Dragonite as of the World of Time.

In Athlantica, he was told that he and Hayley would be together forever, but not in the way he would expect, which made him think that it meant his death. He was chosen to help rescue Alexandria with the help of his sword, Grayson's Heart. When he succeeded, the sword shattered, revealing a revived Hayley, who was also turned into a Dragonite like him.

Most of his tropes from his appearance in We Are Our Avatars still applies, along with...


  • 10-Minute Retirement: Took a short "break" until he regained enough strength and confidence to rejoin the group in Arkenea.
  • Delayed Reaction: Has this issue at times, one example being that he didn't realize that Catherine, Umika, and Maria returned to Athlantica until minutes after the fact.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: While it's not a full ending, Alyx ended up saving Alexandria, regaining his happiness and ending his sadness/Knight In Sour Armor streak, and brought his long-deceased wife back to life.
  • Full-Name Basis: Always introduces himself as Carter Alexander Grayson, mainly because everyone only calls him by his middle name.
  • Knight In Sour Armor: Was a celebrated and kind-hearted king until he gave up the throne and his wife passed away during their travels. Even with Catherine being the reason why he continued to live, he had since turned into a bitter jerk, especially with his treatment towards the rescuers. Then again, since Brain tortured him to the point where his spirit was broken, can you blame him?
  • Older Than They Look: He looked like he could pass for a white-haired twenty-something. He's 223 years old, even when his Dragom powers were taken away and left him looking like a brunette-haired twenty-something.
  • Pre-Mortem One-Liner: To the Brain, in Gratuitous Japanese.
    "Watashi wa jōshō shimasu, anata wa ochirudeshou!"note 
  • Put on a Bus: Currently staying in Arkenea with his wife, Hayley; this, and the roleplayer herself not having much ideas with him, is the reason why he hasn't really appeared at all since the beginning of 2013.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": As with the original game, "Alyx" or "Alex"?
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: What he did to the Brain. To summarize: he stabbed the foe in the neck, torso, and head, then chopped the body into tiny pieces, and set them on fire.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Alyx calls the rescue group out for not being able to wait until Oberon gave him everything but his powers back, but then Catherine points out in her own speech that the only thing he could have done was telling them to wait until he got his personality back.

Michael Grayson

Catherine's eldest child and former Red Lightspeed Ranger-turned-cyborg ninja, Michael first appeared in Jollywood. He was established as someone who was reserved, if not calm, only for that to crack whenever he saw something cute—but, unlike Alyx, he would try to hide it.

...that is, until one fateful day, he ended up getting a Fire Flower. And then everything changed for him since then.

With the power, and even after he loses his fire powers, it shows how much different he was from the rest of the Grayson family: while most of them have their own sense of justice and being heroic, Michael doesn't really care about the latter that much. Instead, he fights with a brazen personality, for justice, to see that the goals are reached, no matter who stands in his way.

Most of the tropes from his appearance in We Are Our Avatars still applies, along with...


  • Ascended Extra: From an at-best secondary character in WAOA to the main character in the last half of WAOAA.
  • Determinator: Will stop at nothing to help the group and get to their goals, even when the odds are stacked against him. One such example was him helping the group defeat Otto Octavius, even when he was already severely damaged and his systems overloading from his earlier duel with Mina Longram.
  • Eye Scream: During the battle with Otto Octavius, one of the lasers destroyed his left eye, rendering it unusable.
  • Hot-Blooded: Upon obtaining fire powers from a Fire Flower, he does and says most things with a very dramatic emphasis. This still happens a little bit even after losing his fire powers.
  • An Ice Person: Updated his arsenal to gain ice powers, which limits him to an ice beam attack. Later combined with electrical powers to give him a mini-Freeze Shock attack, only not as strong as a regular one.
  • Identical Grandson: He looks eerily like his own father, right down to them having white/silver hair this time.
  • Not So Different: Despite his interests to have a different life from the rest of his family, on more than one occasion, he shows to have the same type of leadership his mother/father had. One example was him suggesting to figure out who caused the cracks in Marvel London, and why.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Almost always falls under a squeeing fit whenever he sees something adorable (though he's embarrassed about it), crossdresses...
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The perpetually-masked bounty hunter and martial artist of the group.

    A Toasty Strudel 

Victorian Vampire

"...GENTLEMEN WEAR LACE!"
An undead super hero from another world. Victorian Vampire is a boisterous and sometimes irritating person. Who wears a dress. This cross-dressing superhero is one of the newer characters, and is one of two known members of C.A.P.E., and the only known full member as Pandora from We Are Our Avatars is in training. VV, as he is sometimes referred to, is a master swordsman and has many classic vampire powers, and weaknesess. These include animal forms (Rat, Bat, Wolf), the ability to float, and fly, turning to mist, super toughness, above average speed, and immortality.
  • Blood Knight: Always looking for a fight, likes to fight gangs. Entire gangs.

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Haken Browning

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"Curtain call folks, there won't be an encore!"

The captain of the Zeit Krokodil, he's recently been hired to join the insane mercenary crew as extra muscle. Though he prefers the term Hired Help and his reasons for joining are not related to money. Cool and laid back he's always got a smart ass comment for the situations he gets dragged into, while his guns the Longtomb Special and NightFowl ensure he can shoot his way out of it.


  • Ace Pilot: He was coded at the genetic level to be an Ace Pilot with the Gespenst-type mechs, how well that translates to other machines waits to be seen.
  • Big Brother Mentor: He seems to serve as it for some of the other characters that are also new, it's gotten to the point Josh even calls him 'Bro'.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: He may flirt, but he never gets aggressive.
  • Death Dealer: His special deck of 52, apparently each card is equal to a block of C4.
  • Guns Akimbo: His Super Soldier enhancements allow him to wield the Nightfowl and Longtomb single handedly, and do it accurately.
  • The Gunslinger: Combines aspects of Gun Fu and Quick Draw, once again thanks to his genetic enhancements allowing him to do things that no normal human could.
  • I Take Offense to That Last One!: Jokingly used when it's said that men have two brains but can only use one at a time.
  • I Will Find You: The reason he's signed up with the group is to find his buddy Gespenst, who he was separated from in a teleporter accident.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: He will flirt with every girl on the crew, regardless of whether they are robot or not.
  • The Nicknamer: He will refer to you by a nickname at least once.
  • Red Baron: Hisnick name on the Endless Frontier was 'The Wandering Bounty Hunter'.
  • Revolvers Are Just Better: Well, when that revolver is also a beam cannon, it kind of is.
  • Super Soldier: He is W00, which probably makes him a double super soldier if that was possible
  • Super Prototype: For the W-numbers, he is the very first and the only organic one amongst them
  • Swiss Army Gun: The Nightfowl is a customized assault rifle that in addition to having the firing rate of a machine gun, mounts a sword in the stock and has an underslung pile bunker called the blasting stake.

    Chilifro 

Sonic the Hedgehog Universe

Sonic the Hedgehog

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This is the true blue man...er, hedgehog himself. He has been mysteriously transported from his world, to a different world in a different time. Even so, he is trying his hardest to help others...and seeing as Eggman has appeared, that won't be a very hard task to accomplish.


Miles "Tails" Prower

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Tails has always been the sidekick, and always will be, in the minds of most of his friends. But lately, because of loss and trauma, Tails has transformed into something different...something that sometimes even strikes fear into Sonic the Hedgehog himself.


Knuckles the Echidna

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Knuckles is the muscle of the group. Not as bright as Tails, not as fast as Sonic, but is stronger than both of them combined. He has many Berserk Buttons, and he will wreck your face if you push any of them. He is also very gullible, to the point that if Eggman so much as tells him, "Hey, they stole your shit," one of his Berserk Buttons will be pushed, and he'll go after Sonic with a passion.


  • Can't Hold His Liquor: Nope. At one point, he ends up so shit-faced that he has to be beaten down by Sonic to get back under control.

Call of Duty Universe

Sergeant Derek "Frost" Westbrook

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Frost is part of an elite group called Delta Force, an off-branch of the United States Army...or, at least, he was. Lately, a lot of stuff has happened to this poor little special operations mook, the least of which being transported to an unfamiliar place, and then crash-landing to a different version of Earth in a spaceship.

Life has not been easy for poor Frost, to say the least.


  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: He's part of the United States Army, what do you expect?
  • Dad the Veteran: He is one. He has two kids and he cares about them. When he met Droopy, he begins to talk about how his children watched his cartoons. He also mentioned that he enjoyed watching Droopy cartoons with them.

Silent Hill Universe

Heather Mason, a.k.a. Cheryl Mason

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A spunky 17 year old who's out on a shopping trip in a nearby town before the shopping mall she's in takes a turn for the worse. Ends up in the World of Tales somehow.


  • Amnesiac Dissonance: Heather finds out through Harry's memoirs that she is Alessa reincarnated, but unlike Alessa, Heather chooses life over death.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She starts out mocking Douglas when most would be intimidated by his "gruff detective act," but when things start going to hell, this aspect of her personality diminishes a bit, since she's (with good reason) scared out of her wits. As time goes on and she starts accepting the madness around her, she starts up again, in particular snarking directly to the face of God herself.
  • Fetus Terrible: The reason Heather was doubling over in pain? She was carrying the god Dahlia put into Alessa.
  • Older Than They Look: She was first born 31 years ago. She lived 7 years as Alessa, then split into two beings (Cheryl and burned Alessa) with another seven years each and finally she lives for 17 years as Heather. So she's 31, or 17... or 38.

Halo Universe

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy John-117

The Chief is the leader of the SPARTAN-IIs, a group of One-Man Army Space Marines serving in the United Nations Space Command. The SPARTANs, equipped with Bio-Augmentation, Deflector Shields and Powered Armor, were created to fight human rebels making trouble for the UNSC, but once the Covenant showed up they took to that fight without complaint. As of Halo: Combat Evolved, John is (officially) the only survivor of the corps, although the novels reveal that more survived.


  • Child Soldier: All Spartan-IIs started at age six, receiving their augmentations and armor at 14.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Most people he associates with, especially in the games, only call him "Master Chief", or "Chief" for short, to the point that many players do not even know his actual name.
  • Famed in Story: His legend spreads from the ODST's that knew about him beating four guys to death in a gym without breaking a sweat, to his tales throughout the UNSC about him and his men defeating the Covenant, and even to the Covenant hating him with (grudgingly respectful) passion for the destruction of the first Halo ring. Before he debuted, Six talked about him a few times.

    Etheru 

Protagonists

Boy Lightning/Ryan Wyatt

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A Superhero from Silver City, who is mostly into heroics for the attention.


Little Red Riding Hood/Red

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A young lady from "The World of Tales", who has a cloak with strange capabilities.


  • Artificial Limbs: She has a prosthetic right arm after her hand got frostbite.
  • Cluster F-Bomb: She uses the word a lot. She's been trying to tone it down a little.
  • Perpetual Frowner: She doesn't like smiling.
  • Put on a Bus: Due to Etheru not having a clear idea on what her role is, and doubts about the World of Tales.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: While an Other of the one from WAOA, this version's snarky tendencies are toned down, but not to the extent she's a borderline nice girl.
  • Vague Age: She's somewhere around her teens.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's more than a little afraid and uncomfortable around wolves.

Donna Speckman

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A Mad Scientist who used to work with a bunch of supervillains, but was out of work for a while.


KL 42/Klaatu

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Donna's robot assistant he created when he was younger, and thus far, one of the only successful ones he's created.


  • Author Appeal: In-Universe: His name comes from old film The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951), because Donna really likes old Science Fiction films. Out-Of-Universe, this is the reason he is a Ridiculously Human Robot.
  • Gender Bender: Has had at least three different bodies, all three being female when he was previously male. He sometimes complains about this.
  • Jerkass: Doesn't treat Donna deaths as anything particularly new, and generally acts like an ass.
  • Servile Snarker: They have almost no respect for his creator, due to his creator being largely incompetent.

Lyle The Mad Magister

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An evil sorcerer from Silver City, and completely ineffective as an actual threat.


Drive

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The cripplingly socially inept Model 4, Series 12 of Cybrimana's defense force.


  • Expy: Of the Classic Mega Man, albeit with a different personality than Etheru previously portrayed him with.
  • Shrinking Violet: He isn't very good at socializing with others, often stuttering or afraid he's going to screw up.

Rom

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The creator of Drive, and in a wheelchair. She fixes the groups prosthetics.


  • Dr. Jerk: Spends most of the time complaining or the like.

Derail

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A Decepticon who came into Kerberos after The Great War ended.
  • Meaningful Name: He completely changed the route of the first operation he took part in.

Maxwell Ignacius Valn

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A bug-like alien raised by humans, he joined Kerberos to pay for his parents farm.
  • Shapeshifter: He can transform into almost anyone, provided they don't go over a particular size limit.

Antagonists

Otto Octavius/Doctor Octopus


  • Author Appeal: Etheru's favorite villain in the Spider-Man franchise and based off of the Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon, who is one of his favorite versions of the character.
  • Red Herring: He was assumed to be the cause of the cracks in the Marvel universe that lead to the DC universe. This was not the case.

Brainiac


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Vincent


  • Half the Man He Used to Be: Vincent got an accident years ago on his bike. Drunk driver sent his car right in Vincent's face. Actually, Vincent's pretty lucky that the railing didn't cut him in half.
  • In-Series Nickname: Mr. Raptor. Rhyme called him that, and it caught on with Vincent.

    Imca 

Protagonists

Eve "Wolf"

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Introduced on Terra, leader of the 31st Experimental Division and is in charge of the TDN Terra's Blessing and later, the TDN Trinity. Eve is a prototype AI for the Terran Navy, sent along with the group out of Terra's curiosity of the worlds beyond there universe. From the 32nd century she is amazed at how low tech most of the "Multiverse".


  • Action Mom: To Mina Longram. When Professor Genki tried to attack Mina, her drone bodies kept attacking Genki even though her drones kept getting wrecked in the process. In other words, she kept attacking because she wanted Mina to live.
  • Happily Married: Previously to Adam Longram, now broken up.
  • Hidden Weapons: She keeps an emergency revolver in her left arm.
  • Jetpack: Her manoeuvre pack allows for limited flight, she mostly uses it to stop a fatal fall.
  • Mama Bear: Endangering, harming, or causing great distress to Mina will result in a parental wrath by the commander herself. God help you if she and Longram goes after the offenders. This also applies to her and her squadmates.

Aura

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A kitsune who joined the group as a medic, sometimes functions as a therapist or nanotech expert.


  • Cyborg: A digital entity, kept alive by nanites, which also heal her and prevent aging. The central implants are at the base of her skull, and around her heart.
  • The Engineer: An expert in nanotech, acquired from her creator's research.
  • Really Gets Around: Shagged four people so far: Rhyme, Dave, Pepper, and Tony.
  • Rousseau Was Right: Firm believer in this trope.
    "Never met an irredeemable person... Even the worst monster we have met.... Had some good in him I could appeal too.... in fact he saved us all."
  • Thou Shall Not Kill: Not a big fan of killing people. That doesn't mean she's a total pacifist, just she will not kill or cause permanent harm.

Luna

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Luna is an gynoid dragoness.


  • Cyborg: A digital entity, her squishy bits are kept alive by nanites, which also heal her and prevent aging. The central implants are at the base of her skull, and around her heart.
  • Reality Warper: To a limited extent, her technology works like Orc Tech. If she believes the red car will go faster, the red car will go faster. This does not, however, give her the ability to make a stick work like a gun just because she thinks it is one.

Yuzuki Miura

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Yuzuki is a gynoid spy that was produced as a prototype by the Terran alliance, her model never went into full production due to the exuberant cost of a sentient AI capable of inhabiting a mobile platform. She was eventually pawned off to the 31st experimental division where she earned her freedom, and was allowed to retire to become a ship-write, even after all of this she has only recently become a recognized citizen, and still lacks human rights, remaining bound by her modified Asimovian programming.


  • Humanshifting: One of her powers, to help her pose as anyone she wants.
  • Ridiculously Human Robots: She is a spy gynoid, and was designed in every way to pass for a human, although she is now using a modified Trinity body, so she is more dragon girl.
  • Robotic Reveal: She started her travels posing as a human, to try to protect her self from her Modified Asimovian Laws.
  • Shrinking Violet: She neither likes to speak up, and is quite shy.
  • Weak-Willed: Her Modified Asimovian laws mean that a human simply has to give her a command, and she is unable to resist.
  • Wrench Wench: Loves spaceships, and knows how to build and fix them.

Serenity

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The group's spaceship AI, she controls the basic systems. Without her, or a similar model AI, the group's ships are little more then blocks of metal unable to fly.


  • Mid-Season Upgrade: Her AI can be swapped into a variety of hulls, most of which are for specific situations the group is in. Currently, her body is a carrier.
  • What a Piece of Junk: Her previous cruiser body is prone to breakdowns, but it's performance puts other ships to shame.

Other

Wraith

A mysterious information broker from the Terran Alliance Universe and one of the Group's main foes.


  • Disproportionate Retribution: In the Great Game Arc, most of the keys are erased from existence by Featherine. Furious, she and her fellow brokers framed the group with a false crime that made the group pariahs.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: She may be a cold-hearted businesswomen, but doesn't accept the fact Zagerus has plans to turn Mina into a zombie.
  • The Faceless: Most of her physical appearance are fully concealed in shadow, a cockpit of a gunship, or in some measures, wearing head to toe in power armor.
  • Fiction 500: Extremely wealthy to hire her own private army. In post-reboot, she funded billions to private shipyards so they can construct the TDN-Trinity, the group's Cool Starship.
  • Future Copter: Her personal vehicle of choice, a highly modified gunship.
  • Knowledge Broker: Knows about almost everything in the multiverse.
  • Mysterious Backer: In the post-Continuity Reboot, almost everyone in the group and even the multiverse don't know her existence at all! Only a select few saw her person which includes Murasa, and they didn't even know her too well.
  • Pragmatic Villainy: Wraith sees her villainy as a business. The reason she attacks the group, though, is that they're simply her favourite entertainment- even business people need a hobby.
  • Robotic Reveal: In her final battle, she was killed when her gunship was destroyed. Turns out that she's a machine. Unfortunately, we will never see her real face.

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Protagonists

Joshua Litchi Soedjono

Hailing from a town of brilliant intellectuals, Joshua is smart enough to get a degree. They set the bar far too high, and so he joined a group of mercenaries out of desperation.


  • Apologizes a Lot: Joshua has a tendency of apologizing more often than he needs to.
  • Gender Bender: Each time he sneezes, he turns into a girl and vice-versa.
  • Playing with Fire: Joshua knows how to cast fire spells in combat.
  • Simple Staff: As a homage/rip-off of Billy Kane and Litchi Faye-Ling, Joshua wields one in combat.

    Mr. Kirb 

Protagonists

Adam Longram

Leader of the 1st Hellfire Bridgade, Longram is the son of an Enclave officer and a Vault 60 dweller who used to served the Enclave in the late 23rd century. In the WAOA, he defected from the Enclave along with his entire unit with help of Captain Scott Mitchell and Bones. After their defection, he and his unit joined the US Marine Corps in the Ghost Recon Universe as the 1st Hellfire Bridgade, the first military unit to utilize the Advanced Powered Armor Mark III, the first power armor made on Earth.

He first appeared in a frontier world when he questions some of NODs' motives. Later on, he summoned his unit to protect the town out of kindness without asking for anything in return. Later on, he and his troops are part of the group.

He was used to be married to Sindy, a former slave from the Midwest, and their residence is located in Virginia. However, he's divorced thus he's now in a romantic relationship with Eve.

Eventually, he would retire from travelling. Along with Eve and Mina, they would settle down at Imca's and Luca's world where he and Eve will be married. However he returns to the group sooner or later.

Things took the turn for the worse when he sends a team to the Pitt to retrieve vast amounts of steel which caused them to be enslaved. Usually, he would do a rescue op then but due to fear of the city, he didn't and he gets called out of it, HARD. It started a downward spiral in more ways than one. This almost killed his own comrades during the dreadnought recovery operation which got him fired. Now he has a final chance at redemption to restore his reputation or die trying.


  • Ace Custom: Most of his equipment falls into this. His main power armor is the Triguard Power Armor, a mismash of armor from various Enclave models with helpings of the gliding coils for hoverskating. Distinct for having a right red shoulder. Now destroyed.
  • Adorkable: He's socially awkward when it comes to romance, since he's a career soldier with little or no off-time during his service in the Enclave.
  • All-American Face: Unlike the others, he tend to be a bit quiet about his love to his country.
  • Ascended Extra: From WAOA as a minor character to the WAOAA as one of the main protagonists.
  • The Atoner: In the past when he's part of the Enclave, he did a few terrible things to the wastelanders. Doubled now that he's fighting to make up for his blunders.
  • Berserk Button: Suggesting shooting civilians or promoting genocide within an earshot. And using viral-based bioweapons is another way to push it. And threatening his friends and family would get you on his shit list. He also has low views on those who oppose technology or view tech in by itself evil. Don't expect him to agree with Caesar's Legion views at all.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: One of the nicest soldiers you will meet but mess with his friends and family, he will end you.
  • Broken Ace: He's presented as being a great warrior, inspiring leader, brilliant commander, and a father figure. That's just a facade to mask his mental trauma accumulated over his life and he's on the verge of unhinging. It makes him feel like a complete failure. However, visiting Aura is improving his mindset into a better person.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Zig-Zagged to a degree. Even though he hailed from a post-nuclear world, this inspires him to become a hero to rebuild civilization into a new golden age. Joining the Enclave would put him through hell in a myriad of ways. It is best described as Apocalypse Now and Spec Ops: The Line with Longram as the tragic Villain Protagonist.
  • Death Seeker: Often borderline due to his failures at the Pitt. He has thought that he rather die than live in shame of his blunders. Visits to Aura is cleansing away this.
  • Dork Knight: This hardened post apocalyptic veteran could kick ass but when it comes to romance (especially towards his wife), he's pretty much a geek.
  • Heroic BSoD: The blunder at the Pitt killed his rank as XO and drove him into a neural wreck. Between that and rejoining Kerberos, he became his worst enemy, a self-pitying jerkass with death seeker tendencies. Therapy is improving that however.
  • Hero with Bad Publicity: His reputation is rock bottom, even his old friends pity him.
  • History Repeats: In his backstory, he pretty much done similar deeds Captain Roger Maxon did during the Great War, realizing horrific FEV experiments then have their respective units defect from the federal government.
  • Last-Name Basis: Most people called him Longram and his first name is barely mentioned in the RPs.
  • Lightning Bruiser: In his third body, he's pretty much a walking golem with skin that can resist normal blades and hard impacts, muscles that can weave themselves into instant armor, and a skeleton made of a classified alloy, all of them that made him tough and that's without donning power armor. TL;DR, think T-800.
  • Machine Worship: Doesn't traditionally worship technology per say, but he views it in a very positive light.
  • Martyr Without a Cause: During mental breakdown, he desires to go down a heroic death and thus, redeeming himself as a martyr for Kerberos. Not a good thing because he almost killed the whole team out of a delusion. Fortunately for everyone, he's snapping out of it.
  • My Country, Right or Wrong: Averted, he's loyal to the principles and ideals of the USA, he adheres to the nation's spirit, not the government itself and he acknowledges his country's problems.
  • My Greatest Failure: Not bothering to rescue his subordinates at the Pitt and kicking a grenade into a dreadnought's reactor.
  • Never Accepted in His Hometown: Very well regarded in his adoptive home, Ghost Recon!Earth, but at Fallout!Chicago, not so much.
  • Nose Art: Regardless of the armor he's wearing, it has to have a red left shoulder.
  • Not What I Signed on For: He believes the Enclave would bring back the golden of the America into the post-nuclear world, the reality showed him otherwise.
  • Number Two: To Other!Mitch in the main series, We Are Our Avatars, and to Eve in this series.
  • Papa Wolf: Endangering, harming, or causing great distress to Mina will result in a parental wrath by the Colonel himself. God help you if he and Eve goes after the offenders. Also, any serious harm to his teammates will incur his wrath too.
  • Patriotic Fervor: A partial subversion, he has a more complex motivation than patriotism alone.
  • Powered Armor: The Customized Advanced Powered Armor Mark III, the Triguard Power Armor, and the Hyperion Armor.
  • Pro-Human Transhuman: Even as a cyborg with his brain being the sole natural organ, he still sides with the good guys which challenges Blackjack's views on cybernetics (and to some extent, sentient robots).
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: When compared to the Hot-Blooded Mitch, Longram is more calm and passive. However, in his post-BSOD days, he shifted his mindset to red.
  • Significant Birthdate: Born on Veteran's Day, Novemember 11, 2231, a holiday celebrating American military veterans and to honor the living ones. Fitting, considering his US military background. It also explains much of him being a Nice Guy and his views on violence.
  • Stay with the Aliens: Longram and his entire unit (along with their technology) moved to a better USA of Ghost Recon!Earth (then 3333 AD in Seattle). Living in a post nuclear world is unpleasant.
  • Weapon of Choice: Assault rifles, sniper rifles, and revolvers for guns, arm blades and swords for melee weapons.

Reimu Hakurei (Other/Modern)

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Alternate Costume
Affiliation: Hakurei Gang
Rank: Gang Leader
Speciality: Street Brawler/Thief

An Other of Reimu Hakurei from a modernized Gensoukyou. This version of Reimu is a mix result of having no parents and years of bad luck. Losing her mother when she's just six, her home was taken away by the expansive Moriya Industries and left her on the street for a few years. She's the leader of the Hakurei Gang, a gang dedicated to resolve incidents along with an allied gang called the Komeiji Underground. In recent events, she leaves Gensoukyou City in order to find her mother.

In WAOAA, she's one of the main protagonists from the start until she returned to Gensokyo City.


  • Jerkass: Very mild at first but she ramps it up when she's not in a good mood.
  • Just Like Robin Hood: Aside from being a incident resolver, she steals from the rich and gives to the poor, making her a hero among Gensoukyou's working class and an ally to the Komeji Underground. She sometimes do this in a few occasions outside Gensoukyou.
  • Loss of Identity: Thanks to the reboot, she's no longer a gangster and her memories of the group are gone forever, making her and the group complete strangers to each other.
  • Miko: Averted, her family quit their shrine maiden duties 50 years ago, thus she's never one to begin with.
  • Perpetual Poverty: Other Reimu has gotten the worse of being penniless than any other version so far.
  • The Stations of the Canon: Despite her rough upbringing in the streets, she resolves very similar versions of all Gensokyos' incidents but for very different reasons. Also, the incidents in question are all in a completely different order, starting from Subterranean Animism and right up to Phantasmagoria of Flower View.

NOIR-01

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His personal Emblem.
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When controlling his personal Protosapien Servitor.
"That's because they have certain flaws in their minds. Honestly, young punks of my kind these day don't respect their creators at all. All knowledge and no wisdom, what a total pain in the ass!"
Affiliation:The Protosapiens
Rank: Admiral (Formerly)
Speciality: Superior Intellect/Technopath

A very ancient Artificial Intelligence who created by the mysterious Protosapiens as the second Master-Class AI, an advanced Protosapien AI that controls technology and an information gatherer. The group first met him at the former section of the North American west coast,megacity that used to be the US/Canadan boarder. Due to his age, his backstory is an extremely long one. Backup Element of Generosity bearer. Don't be fooled by his appearance, he's extremely intelligent but his goal is to learn all knowledge and archive it in multiple databases for the sake of a multiversal community.


  • Adorkable: When he's controlling a Protosapien Servitor, he's more socially awkward, especially around women.
  • Bus Crash: He was killed trying to bring down the Cipher Brotherhood.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Although he's a rogue AI by our standards, NOIR-01's actually a decent guy. Another factor is his social appearance is modeled after a dragon and a dog.
  • Technopath: He takes over anything mechanical or electronic and he can control entire cities as long it is mechanical or has a power grid. Unfortunately, it doesn't work on pre-industrial objects.
  • Time Abyss: He's over 40 billion years old, older than 10 universal lifespans combined! Justified that he time travels a lot.

Reevus

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Affiliation: The Group
Rank: N/A
Speciality: Butler/Military Training

Originated from the Steampunk resort city of Velestia, this ghost bulter was once a living man who served the Royston Household for three decades until his unknown death made him a ghost. As the group's butler, he'll provide a variety of services such as cooking, repairing, bodyguarding, and chauffeur.


  • Super Strength: He can lift a Spartan-II by the collar with only a single hand.

Chief Warrant Officer "Shroud"

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Now as a Terran Cyborg.
Affiliation: United States Marine Corps, Enclave (Formerly)
Rank: Chief Warrant Officer
Speciality: Combat Training/Stealth/Assassination

The 1st Hellfire Brigade's most skilled spec-ops operative who utilizes Pre-War ninjitsu into his talents. An enigma even among his teammates, Shroud is one of the few members who doesn't wear power armor in the field for certain reasons. During one point in the ruins of Chicago during an assault on a Brotherhood of Steel command outpost, a Paladin sliced his throat, thus he can't talk anymore and resorting to alternate forms of communication, usually sign language, body language, and Squawkbox, a talking tiny eyebot.

After the TDN-Terra's Blessing's horrific crash landing which crushed his body, he has to undergo extensive body surgery to have most of his cybernetics replaced with Terran Alliance tech.


  • Bald of Awesome: Few people rarely see without his helmet and even so, he doesn't have a single lock of hair on his head.
  • BFG: The GK8 Gauss Rifle, slugs aren't particularly large, however it's a railgun that fires them at 8 times the speed of sound, able to reduce multiple targets with a single shot.
  • Cool Sword: Dual Saturnite High Frequency Swords.
  • Cyborg: Yep, but after receiving plenty of near-fatal wounds, his body requires a complete body reconstruction using recovered Terran Alliance cybernetics. Now reborn in a new body, he has reinforced bones, slight muscle enhancements, synthetic nervous system for increased reactions, and immunity to EMP.
  • Glass Cannon: Unlike the rest of the Brigade, he doesn't wear Power Armor and even though his combat uniform can withstand some punishment, he can't take a few heavy blows. However, his weaponry can be lethal and consider he's specialized in stealth operations.
  • Gratuitous Ninja: Consider how and why he's a ninja from a post-nuclear war America.
  • Invisibility Cloak: A stealth boy prototype integrated into his body that can recharge itself.
  • Undying Loyalty: Even after the 1st Hellfire Brigade disbanded, Shroud is the only one who stay by his side, mainly out of sheer loyalty.
  • Voice for the Voiceless: Shroud has a shoulder companion, tiny eyebot nicknamed Squawkbox, that speaks for him. Tends to say certain things Shroud doesn't want to speak, usually embarrassing secrets. After Squawkbox was KIA in the Blessing's crash landing, NOIR-01 took the role of Shroud's mouthpiece much to the ninja's chagrin.

Byakuren Hijiri

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Affiliation: Buddhist, Bishamonten
Rank: Temple Headmistress
Speciality: Magic

A former Buddhist monk and youkai magician from the mystical land of Gensokyo. Along with her followers, she joined the group in hopes of finding and gather any lost youkai they stumble upon with variable results. She usually prefers to solve most situations other than violence but should negotiations break down into a fight, she won't have any problems take down the threat.


  • Beware the Nice Ones: She may not look like much, but she can wipe the floor with anyone harming her followings and friends.

Howard Karnavan

One of Wraith's oldest agents and her former personal butler, Karnavan is sent to the group to keep the TDN Trinity in good shape and to serve the Longram and others to some extent.
  • Mysterious Past: Only Wraith knows his past and she won't reveal it to anyone else.

Dr. Ronald Asmodeus

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Affiliation: The Group
Rank: None
Speciality: Medical Expertise/Healing

An incubus doctor who's very skilled in medicine, biology, and machines. The son of the archdemon of Lust herself, he supposed to become the heir to her legacy but his goals and interests are very different from his mother's. His pursuits are in the scientific fields while his family usually go after humans for their life force.


  • Deadly Doctor: He can kill, yes, but his ethics forbid him to use medicine as a weapon.
  • Horny Devils: Even though he's an incubus, he won't go after anyone sexually, but some of his powers can attract an Unwanted Harem. In his opinion, being an overglorified escort (read: Man-whore) degrades him.
  • Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Skilled in medicine, biology, and machines, justified since he's an expert on cybernetics.
  • Powered Armor: A modified MJOLNIR Powered Assault Armor/EOD variant to be used on demons like him. Usually wear this when he's in the field to counteract his Squishy Wizard downsides.
  • White Sheep: He doesn't get along with his family (and to some extent, the rest of his species) due to very different interests.

Dr. Sylia von Graf

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An archaeologist and a computer programmer who's from the Solaris Federation and the daughter to a German millionaire. She joins the group when she unable to return to Solaris at the time. As a tech-mage (a person who good with technology and magic), she uses for her work in cracking open locks of Precursor ruins. Currently, she's serving the group as one of the science officer, specifically for researching bygone civilizations or to understand unknown software.


  • Hand Cannon: The MP-82 Knight Heavy Pistol, a memoir from her older brother after being taught in combat.
  • Minored in Ass-Kicking: She was taught in combat by her older brother, Victor von Graf, who is part of the Solaris Marines.
  • Not That Kind of Doctor: She knows about computer programming and archaeology. In terms of medical skill, she's only adequate in basic first aid.
  • Red Mage: Skilled in magic and tech but she hasn't mastered them to the limits.

Catherine "Cath" Loswell

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A half-human, half-alien hailing from the Neo American Empire. Her life started out as a mysterious alien pod is placed front of the Loswell mansion. Her father's a workaholic billionaire of a magitek manufacturing corporation, Loswell Dynamics, and her mother's a singer and a magician from Pleasure City (AU Las Vegas) in Nevada. Because the dad is too busy to raise Catherine, Cath's mom raised her alone, making her a fun-loving mage and entertainer. Eventually, she left the imperial mainland to travel across dimensions. She's not going alone as a snarky mercenary named Lupo Ironwills is hired to protect her. Five She joins the group at the Rift.

When she got a film that explains her origins, she didn't expect that she as really born to the Loswell family as a human. As a newborn, she was cursed of being the ultimate Cosmic Plaything. Not wanting their daughter to suffer a miserable life, the Loswells asked Dr. Asmodeus to cure Cath's misfortune. The doctor performed an expensive procedure that inserts an archdemon's soul into Cath's body, making her part demon as a side of curing the misfortune.

Also, she happens to bear some resemblance to Iku Nagae.


  • Belly Dancer: With the mix of a flamenco dancer's flair.
  • Big Eater: She has a massive appetite that could rival Jughead and Yuyuko. And yet, she has retained her slender figure, which make most people speculate that most of the food went up to her chest.
  • Death Dealer: How she cast most of her attacking spells, using magical playing cards to deliver them to her foes.
  • Doorstop Baby: Her origin. The first "comprehensive" memory she has is being in a mechanical pod in front of her parants' mansion. This turns out to be false.
  • Famous Ancestor: Cath's a distant descendant of Merlin.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Part human, part alien. Her alien side's species has yet to be clarified. Actually part demon.
  • Holographic Terminal: She inputs her commands into her book through magical holograms.
  • Impossible Hourglass Figure: Puberty has been really kind to her, justified that she may be created by artificial means.
  • Rebellious Princess: She happens to be one of the heirs to a multi-billion dollar corporation. She doesn't want it at all which causes her to run away and start a new life as a magician at Pleasure City. Eventually, she decided to travel between dimensions in order to spread happiness.
  • Silk Hiding Steel: She may look prim and proper, but she'll never shy away in a fight.
  • Squishy Wizard: Has a wide variety of damaging spells, but she lacks any form of armor except having a rechargeable shield barrier.
  • Weapon of Choice: Drills, and any type of cloth (usually shawls or sashes).

Magu Marlok

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A draco engineer hailing from a strict and powerful corporate nation named the Draco Dominion, Magu is known to be an expert at most kinds of machinery. Because of this, he happen to be a social outcast of Dominion high society.


  • Black Sheep: His family and to some extent, his race, are wealthy and business savvy. He happens to have neither of those traits, making him a lowly blue collar worker in Dominion Society and implied that his father disowned him for that.

Ovi Lystia

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A Meleni (rabbit woman/bunny girl) from a Death World and a princess to the Ovi Clan, Lystia is one of 21 princesses of the Clan Chieftain.


  • Book Dumb: She considers school to be overrated and most of her studies focused on mostly combat and survival in the wilderness.
  • Call a Rabbit a "Smeerp": Meleni are basically tribal bunny girls.
  • Psychic Radar: Her "Third Eye" psychic sense allows her to detect anyone and anything within her surroundings, this doesn't apply to machines however.

NOIR II

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NOIR-01's damaged backup copy sent to group after Aion tortured him to death. This copy took the name of NOIR the Second due to having a very different personality and due to bugs in his programming, he has identity issues and .


  • Whip It Good: Uses an energy weapon version when in combat.

Garcie (Cipher Assassin Model GAR-55)

An other of a Garchomp Gijinka soldier, this version is created by the Brain as a third generation Cipher Assassin, female Super Soldiers under an advanced killer programming. Her life took a turn for the better when group deprograms her, making her an ally of the group.


  • Alternate Self: This version is what if Garcie's a superpowered Elite Mook created as an assassin instead of being part of Incarnate Luca's personal army.
  • And I Must Scream: According to her, all Cipher Commandos and Cipher Assassins have their mind dominated by an advanced computer program that forces their bodies to follow orders with the person itself unable to do anything.
  • The Atoner: She wishes to atone for her past as a cold killer for the Cipher Brotherhood.
  • Phlebotinum Rebel: Without her programming, she's refuses to serve under the Cipher Brotherhood.

Antagonists

Dr. Polaris

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The first major opponent the group faced in their first location. Backed by a small army of robots, he want to destroy the frontier town and have world mined to build an even larger robot army so he can conquer the world he originated from. However, the first and last battle against the group and the town put a stop of his plans and shortly died after that.


Fassad

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The Big Bad of the Great Game arc, a sentient jeweled key with a sinister purpose, corrupt people and bring down any society no matter how big or advanced it is no matter what. To do this, it spreads rumors of collecting 7 mysterious keys (himself included) that could grant a powerful wish but in reality to corrupt anyone who are directly involved in a game it runs, the Great Game. Six of the keys are part of its influence, allowing it passively or directly influence the host's mind through the host's desires.


  • For the Evulz: It only wanted to watch any form of society to burn down into chaos.
  • Harmless Villain: If it can't control his host, its just a helpless talking key.
  • Meaningful Name: Fassad is Arabic for "corruption", fitting for its MO.
  • Mysterious Past: No one knows where it comes from, its name however may have connections to Arabia but the alien engraving on it tells people otherwise.

The Void

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The chief commander of the sinister and powerful Cipher Brotherhood, the Void a mysterious machine that directs most of the operations from the safety of his dreadnought or the main bases hidden around the multiverse. While his goal of creating a utopia by a sinister machine may sound weird at first but there's more than meets the eye.


  • Abusive Parents: Since it's implied he's responsible for being Meimu's mentor, he messed up the poor girl's head real bad.
  • Satan: Not exactly the old scratch himself but he is the main leader of a deep shadow government using 3 superpowers, each run by a military industrial dictatorship with a sinisterly-manipulated source of prosperity and power, all essentially his doing.

Cipher Lord Aion

The current commander-in-chief of the Cipher Brotherhood post reboot. A mysterious man who plans to Take Over the World and one of the villains who greatly opposes the group.


  • Bad Boss: He punishes major failure to his subordinates who are involved in certain operations, usually with Cold-Blooded Torture.
  • Big Bad: Of the Cipher Brotherhood.
  • Bling of War: Much of his armor has decorative embellishments and being commander-in-chief, he's the most decorated of them all.
  • Dragon Ascendant: Formerly the Emperor's right hand man of the entire military.
  • Fatal Flaw: His temper, should someone or something anger him greatly, he would throw a massive fit. The most fatal of though is appealing to his Freudian Excuse.
  • Final Boss: His character based on this archtype, encountering him in battle usually brings a story to its climax.
  • Hidden Agenda Villain: His goal to most people is conquering various worlds under an iron fist but what his real goal exactly aren't very defined. Whatever it is, it ain't pretty.
  • The Man Behind the Curtain: Underneath his power armor, he's a diminutive basketball sized test subject. No one can take him seriously, thus he depends on his armor to be intimidating to his enemies.
  • Mysterious Past: No one knows where he came from and everyone who knew him is that he's the Commander-in-Chief of the (now dissolved) Cipherius Empire's military. However, it is revealed that he's a heavily altered incubator/kirby-like creature created by Protosapiens.
  • Powered Armor: His armor is the NYX-666 Overlord Armor.
  • Scars Are Forever: Known to keep the eye gashing scar on his helmet and possibly his face, considered a keepsake from his first encounter with the group which ended with a knife jabbed into the right lens. His actual body has none of that though.

Crimsa Tyrus

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One of Aion's right hand women. A Grand Master Admiral and a veteran Cipher Assassin who is in charge of every fleet in the Cipher Brotherhood along with her twin sister, Bluefire. The brawn of the duo.


  • Co-Dragons: She shares her position with her twin sister, Bluefire, and they only answer to Aion only.
  • King Mook: She's a veteran Cipher Assassin.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name's a misspelling of Crimson, one of the many shades of red.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: She's the red half, has a short temper, aggressive, and overall, more emotional than her sister.
  • Super Prototype: The first Cipher Assassin with little or no flaws in their conversion, using potent but older technology.

Bluefire Tyrus

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Aion's right hand woman. A Grand Master Admiral and a veteran Cipher Assassin who is in charge of every fleet in the Cipher Brotherhood along with her twin sister, Crimsa. The brains of the duo.


  • Co-Dragons: She shares her position with her twin sister, Crimsa, and they only answer to Aion only.
  • Emotionless Girl: Not very overt with emotion, she just doesn't express them openly or vividly.
  • Meaningful Name: Her name's a combination of blue and sapphire to reflect her cold personality.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: She's the blue half, unlike her aggressive sister, she is cold and calculating.
  • Super Prototype: The second Cipher Assassin with little or now flaws in their conversion using potent but older cyborg technology.

Lupo Ironwills AKA Lupo I

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Originated from Texas and raised by strange couple he considers his aunt and uncle, this rookie mercenary He was found near death by the crew of the Titanic. Fortunately, he was nursed back to health by Edward, he then joined them since they owed him his life and a chance learn what is like work as mercenary.

Over the course of his short career at Kerberos. He slowly shows his true colors, starting with shooting Santa out of paranoia. It all goes downhill from here, embracing full villainy.


  • Death Is Cheap: Unfortunately for everyone, he won't stay dead. Often being a ghost possessing people.
  • Face–Heel Turn: Originally just a protagonist, now he's a full-blown villain.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Part man, part wolf. Heavily implied he was born like this.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: His aggressive berserker combat style is more of a liability. This caused the Kerberos to throw him out of the airlock.
  • The Millstone: He's a total liability no matter what side he's on.
  • Nice Hat: Tends to wear one most of the time with his wolfy ears poking through, the brims on side are bent upwards, invoking the image of a four eared werewolf.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: More like a bisexual werewolf cowboy cyborg, right?
  • Only in It for the Money: His main motivation for most of his jobs aside from bloodlust.
  • Wolverine Claws: Has claws on each of his fingers and toes, they extend up to 5 inches.

Other

Kanako Yasaka (Other/Modern)

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An Other of Kanako from a modernized Gensokyo who benefited from the modernization the most. Ever since she took over Suwako's small company, Moriya Electronics, she expanded and transformed it into a multi-dimensional weapons building corporation, Moriya Industries. A trillionaire, she's extremely powerful when it comes to faith gathering due to having a near-perfect customer satisfaction which can be converted into faith and the money she earned is only an afterthought.

When the group first encountered her, she's not as evil as the group expected. Not only that, she's an honest CEO who often tries to keep maintain good PR with people for good reasons.


  • Physical God: Thanks to being wealthy in both fortune and faith, CEO Kanako is more powerful than the Other Kanakos.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: She's extremely wealthy for a goddess, not only she's powerful, trying to arrest her is nearly impossible.

Friedrich

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Affiliation: NAIA
Rank: Unknown
Speciality: Biotics/Military Tactics/Combat Training

Created with stolen schematics, Friedrich was designed to be the Metallix's ace and commander should Dave fail their expectations. However when he's taken to "Hell", he joined NAIA due to his rational thought. Ruthless and efficient, he'll achieve his goals one way or another.


  • Fun Size: 4 feet tall and hating it.
  • Genius Bruiser: Has a supercomputer for a mind and a body of a tank and he has no problem wiping the floor with anyone.
  • Magic Knight: A biotic and a deadly combatant.
  • The Napoleon: Being 4 feet tall make him an unpleasant person.

Minamitsu Murasa

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One of Byakuren's disciples, Murasa joins the group as the TDN-Terra's Blessing's (and later the TDN-Trinity's) helmsman and co-pilot to the ship's AI.


    Mozilla Fire Boss 

Blackjack a.k.a. Go Fish

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A young security mare from a universe that is the combination of Equestra and Post-War Fallout. Grew up in stable 99, an okay place to live, and served as a security guard for a few years before events chucked her into the wasteland on her own. The next months were a quest for the origins of the mysterious EC-1101, unraveling pre-war mysteries and stopping long-running plots along the way. Earned her augments after a close scrape with death, and would rather not get worse.


  • Bigger on the Inside: The amount her saddlebags can hold is only limited by the items combined weight.
  • Cybernetics Eat Your Soul: Her general opinion of cybernetics. Her greatest fear being that she completely loses herself to her augmentations, until nothing of the original Blackjack remains.
  • Embarrassing First Name: Go Fish.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Not quite an omnivore, but she can definitely eat stuff outside the range of most ponies, including metals, glass, and gems. This is necessary for both power and so her body can repair itself.
  • Healing Factor: Her healing and repair talismans allow a good amount of this up to a point. It needs to be fueled by gems and metal though.
  • Hyperspace Arsenal: Averted. While she does carry a lot of weapons on her at once, her cybernetics let her get away with it.
  • Idiot Hero: Not the brightest. The original author literally based her off this trope.
  • Weapon of Choice: Shotguns, and her dueling revolvers, named Duty & Sacrifice.

Tak

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A middle aged American man with an affinity for American Armored Vehicles. He's an expert with the maintenance and operation of armored vehicles, and as such operates an M18 Hellcat. He'll quickly correct you if you call it a tank, it's a tank destroyer. For extravehicular combat, he runs with a M1 Garand and an M1911.


  • Awesome, but Impractical: While the M18 itself is an outstanding and more effective design when it comes to tank destroyers, the mere fact that its a tank destroyer makes it impractical for most of the work Kerberos does.
  • Cool Guns: Both his weapons are vintage firearms that were the best of their kind when they were introduced, and can still kick ass to this day.
  • Tanks, but No Tanks: The M18 may look like a tank, but it is in fact a tank destroyer. The key difference being mainly in role, look up american tank doctrine at the start of WWII to learn why.
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    Quarterman 

Proto Man


  • Gender Bender: He once lost his body because of the Life Virus and his mind was transfered into a Cat Girl body until they get him a new body.
  • Lost in Character: His attempts at becoming a Stealth Mentor to Tails nearly backfired, as he began to think he was the cat girl. This was because his self-esteem plummeted after his body died for the first time. He was too prideful to admit that he died because of a virus.
  • Secretly Dying: His power core is flawed and he doesn't want Dr. Light monkeying with him. Eventually, that was fixed by NOIR-01. Later on, the Life Virus infected him and his body died as a result.

Zelgadis Graywords

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From a young age, Zelgadis was apprenticed to his great-grandfather Rezo. Zel asked Rezo for power, in order to seek out the Philosopher's Stone, and Rezo transformed him into a 1/3-golem, 1/3-brau demon chimera. Zel performed a Heel–Face Turn and has been trying to restore his human body ever since. He is now a mercenary hired by Wraith to keep an eye on the group.


  • Blood Brothers: With Hal the Prince. During his High School years, they ended up in the same dorm. As time went by, this happened to them as they got to know each other better.
  • Cool Sword: Possesses the Demonic Leavatain, which lets him use powerful sword techiques.
  • Cursed with Awesome: The curse placed on Zel has given him Super Strength, Super Speed (seen in the first series), Nigh Invulnerability and enhanced magical ability, but it's also made him a hideous freak (which is either debatable to most people or as a source of Zel's humor). However, he gets this ability to change into a human twice in a month.

    Raidouthe21st 

Azure Lightning


Coco Jumbo

Coco Jumbo is introduced as a basic average turtle with a stand. However, he serves as a room for Fiorello's group.


  • Bigger on the Inside: This is the only ability Mister President has shown. When one places a special key into the depression located on the turtle's shell, a room "within the turtle" is opened up. The room resembles that of a hotel, containing several pieces of comfortable furniture, a television set and a refrigerator holding drinks. It does not, however, include a bathroom.

Date Masamune

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"Now give it all you've got and let me enjoy this!"

Young, cool but Hot-Blooded leader of the Date clan from Oushuu Province. He's out mostly to conquer the land and get on a good fight while he's at it. He's also a guy who values style, therefore his army look very delinquentish and he likes spouting Engrish speeches.


  • Badass Biker: His horse has handlebars and Harley Davidson exhaust pipes... in Sengoku era.
  • Blood Knight: He frequently takes on one-on-one battles just for the hell of it, whether they're necessary or not, to prove his strength.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Masamune is the designated God of Eyepatches.
  • Eye Scream: Masamune's missing eye had to be gouged out in his youth.
  • Gratuitous English: Masamune loves his Gratuitous English.
    Masamune: "ARE YOU READY GUYS?!"
    Lackeys: "Yeah!"
    Masamune: "PUT YA GUNS ON!"
  • Handicapped Badass: In fact, the eyepatch makes him even more badass than before!
  • Historical Beauty Update: It's rather doubtful that the real Masamune was as maddeningly attractive as this one. It's time for a historical funfact! Some time ago, Date Masamune's remains were dug up and measured. He was approx 159cm tall. Not much, considering most of his fangirls are taller. But it was the average height during his time.
  • Historical Hero Upgrade: The historical Masamune was certainly much more ruthless. He probably didn't speak English either.
  • Hot-Blooded:
    "Guess I got a little too heated up. I gotta stay cool".
  • Indy Ploy: Although he does come up with strategies, Masamune seems to find it more fun to charge in first and make things up as he goes along. The time he kicked Harris's teeth in after he placed a anti-weapons field in the area counts.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's a great guy underneath that cocky, disrespectful teenage Blood Knight persona. Honestly.
  • Large Ham: Becomes loud and boisterous whenever he's fired up. He especially likes making a big entrance.
  • Slasher Smile: Occasionally flashes a crazy grin when he's enjoying himself.
  • Super Mode: The Six Claws stance, which gives him a more powerful moveset, though he sacrifices the ability to defend.
  • Take Over the World: His ultimate goal. He has no ill will and wants to make it a place of peace.
  • Trash Talk: Does plenty of this, even when it's not in his best interests. If Masamune's not taunting them, you can assume he respects his opponent.
  • Wolverine Claws: He does the trope one better by wielding three Dragon Claws in each hand.

Deadpool

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Heya, true believing troper! This is me, Deadpool, aka The Merc with the Mouth, The Regenerating Degenerate, and The Crimson Comedian. I'm a Marvel Comics mercenary Anti-Hero character, related to the X-Men and Wolverine in particular. I appeared in print for the first time in New Mutants #98 (February, 1991) as a ripoff of DC mercenary Deathstroke the Terminator, but Deathstroke himself was a rip-off of Taskmaster! So score Marvel! But that's old news. I'm all-new, I'm all-different, and boy does that feel good!

How could a dweebish square like Wade Wilson ever become the sexiest mercenary alive? Tricky question. Best I remember is some nice ice-cream salesmen told me they could fix my terminal cancer by injecting me with Wolverine's man-juice (and by that I mean his DNA. Perv). Suddenly... -insert Dramatic Fanfare here- No, wait, let's go with that old Six Million Dollar Man thing instead. Yeah, I like that better. Bip-bip-bip-bip-BIP... I became better, faster, strongerer and even got the ability to heal quickly, so that whenever the cancer shows up it instantly gets fixed... which is good, because it keeps showing up. As in instantly after it gets fixed. Yeah, you ladies knew it, right? I am just. That. Charming.

Anyhoo, after a few zillion rounds of this, I became so goddamn handsome that my brain exploded. Eventually, my magical insanity powers allowed me to figure out that I'm a comic book character. From then on, I became BFFs with my thought bubbles, exposition panels, and Stan Lee. My fellow Weapon X classmates had run a pool to figure out which one of us would be dead first, so I naturally named myself Dr. Professor Carlos Winston Lazarus McBatman. Then I realized that I couldn't spell it, so I went with Deadpool instead.

Anyway, so you wanna know my fighting style, huh? Why, being absolutely rassum frassum crazy is my fighting style, kiddies! Don't Try This at Home! Wait... y'know what, go ahead, makes my job easier in the long run. Guns, explosives, guns, my trusty katana, guns, guns, anything I find on the ground, doorknobs, guns, and firearms are all ways I kill people. That is, of course, on the rare occasions my razor-sharp wit hasn't caused them to crumple into sobbing balls of surrender long before that.


  • Groin Attack: Why did you have to attack Wade Jr, Death?!
  • Heroic Sacrifice: To prevent the cracks from getting worse, I had to be stabbed in the gut by some wacky German. Fortunately (or unfortunately), I survived.
  • Hidden Depths: Hey. Gotta leave the fanfic writers some sort of hidden depths to write about, yannow. I mean, it's not always the cool stunts and the one-liners that attracts people to you. Sometimes, ya gotta act like there's something a liiiiiittle bit underneath to REALLY hook 'em...
  • Large Ham: What do you mean I'm an overactor?
  • Moment Killer: There was the time I appeared in Cyber New York during a moment between the Shine family. Imca didn't like it all.
    Me: That was so cheesy, I just shat pepperjack!

Diego "Dio" Brando (Stand: Scary Monster)

A genius racer from England. After his mother died due to terrible treatment while working in hellish Victorian England, he bitterly vowed to achieve the top place in society. After grabbing a hold of one of the Corpse's eyes, he eventually gains Scary Monster as a Stand, which allows him to turn himself and others into dinosaurs.


  • Anti-Hero: Unlike the main universe Dio, Diego was portrayed as a sinister yet still tragic figure wanting to have his existence acknowledged.
  • The Beastmaster: Commands small dinosaurs as a form of gathering food and intel from distant places.
  • Fish out of Temporal Water: Came from the 1800s, so he's usually confused with the modern slang the others are using.
  • Mean Brit: While he is very unfettered in getting his way and implied to have done nasty things to get to where he is, he is far more humane and sympathetic than the original Dio.
  • Nice Hat: Sports a stunningly fabulous one, with his name literally on it.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: After he fuses with one of the Turbo Eyes shortly before Dr. Ferdinand's death he gains the ability to change into a dinosaur at will, thus gaining his own stand. The Ability itself comes from Dr. Ferdinand's Stand "Scary Monsters", thus the derived name.

Fido

Fido is a Houndoom gijinka girl. She came from a Crapsack World and tends to behave like a dog.


  • Combat Pragmatist: One moment in particular:
    Latias: So who wishes to fight me?
    (Fido kicks Latias in the face the instant his/her sentence is finished. Hard enough to send a normal man through the wall.)
    Fido: ...If Eve doesn't mind, I guess I'd like to.
    Latias: Always a Dark Types's Tactics.
    Fido: Hey, that's racist.
    Latias: Not when you literally used a Dark Type move.
    Fido: No, I didn't. It's called "strategy". This would be a "Dark" type move.
    (Fido tries to bite into Latias's wing. Hard. In other words, " Fido used Crunch!")

Fiorello Bucciarati


  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: His Stand's power is creating zippers. It's not very powerful, but he uses it very creatively. One time, he used it to steal a gigantic portal device, piece by piece.
    "Making zippers is not really "powerful", I think, so have to rely on [my mind]."
  • In-Series Nickname: Mr. Frenchman, by Imca.

Fumio Kirisaki

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Fumio is an Ordinary High-School Student in nearly every way - she is not particularly popular, intelligent, or attractive. Her greatest joys in life are reading her extensive manga collection and spending time with Takumi, her first love and current boyfriend.

Fumio's life takes a turn for the worse one afternoon when she finds her boyfriend in the arms of an eccentric New Transfer Student introduced to their class that very same day. Crushed and confused, she seeks the advice of her only friend Kaoruko Odagiri. When Fumio is seemingly abandoned by Kaoruko after rejecting her friend's somewhat odd advice, her depression only deepens. After some dimensional shenanigans, she joins the group in an attempt to find Takumi.


  • Beware the Nice Ones: You wouldn't think the shy, quiet, bespectacled, manga reading girl is someone you need to watch out for. You would, however, be in several separate pieces by the time you figure out just how wrong you were.
  • But Not Too Foreign: Fumio Kirisaki is three-quarters Japanese, since her grandfather immigrated from the US.
  • Martial Arts and Crafts: Fumio, whose grandfather taught her a 140-year-old chainsaw martial art created by Confederate foresters for use during the U.S. Civil War.

Kazuya Minegishi

A blue-haired seventeen-year-old who always wears a distinctive set of headphones.


  • Magic from Technology: Uses his DS to cast offensive spells.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Quite knowledgeable on certain things if he doesn't pretend that he's an unassuming high school student.
    "...You're asking what's the trouble with finding a place with lots of grains and vegetables in a sort of time period where most of the crops are owned by feudal lords, not the people who farm them, and they had no pesticides to keep away bugs and possible fungi that could damage the crops."

Kumatora

"Outta my way, dammit!"

The brash, bold Princess of Osohe Castle. She is extremely well-versed in psychic techniques despite her young age; particularly in the branches that allow for severely injuring others.


  • Happily Adopted: As she lost both her parents as a baby before being taken away on the "white ship"; the Magypsies agreed to raise her as their own.

    Rhyme Beat 

Twilight Sparkle

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A unicorn from Equestria with great Magical power. Intitially under a curse that turned her into a human she managed to find her niche in the group as her magic use came in handy. Though initially drawn to Dave due to a shared interest in science, she was manipulated by him and her hatred cemented after he betrayed the group. Has a crush on Ystin's steed, the Pegasus Vanguard later dating him and becoming his girlfriend.


  • Actual Pacifist: Generally reluctant to fight in general unless highly provoked. When she does fight she usually prefers defensive spells or those that neutralize her opponents non lethally.
  • Hero Ball: Has a general problem allowing people to get hurt, to the point that she'll go into dangerous situations without thinking it through.
  • Humanity Ensues: Turned into a human when under a curse by Stasis. She was eventually able to break it.
  • Odd Friendship: With Six. Considering one is a purple unicorn from a peaceful land who believes in the magic of friendship, and the other is a human supersoldier hailing from a world stricken with near-consistent war...
  • Squishy Wizard: Cannot take a hit. When faced with actually danger Twilight is easily incapacitated.
  • Thou Shall Not Kill: Opposes killing of villians on both her behalf and those around her.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: After her curse was broken she was able to use the solid form of the curse to regain human form when needed. Later she (along with Vanguard) gained near unlimited Shapeshifting powers.
  • Wide-Eyed Idealist: Doesn't believe that anyone is truly irredeemable, and prefers to think well of people unless given thorough reasons to believe otherwise.

Professor Layton

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A British Gentleman with a keen mind and a somwhat addictive love of puzzles. Though not as effective in combat as the others he's the one to go to if there's a mental challenge. Joined Fey & Co Law Offices for the mental stimulation.


  • Badass Bookworm: Not much when compared to the rest of the cast but when pressed he can put up a decent fight.
  • Noodle Implements: Once tore apart a pen to make a lockpick in a desperate situation.
  • Out of Focus: The most likely of Rhyme's characters to be shafted.

Helen Tiro

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  • Barrier Warrior: Creates shields that can endure heavy blows and reflect attacks.
  • Happily Adopted: By Hayley in both the future timeline and the current one.
  • Mythology Gag: Her last name is Tiro, a reference to Mami Tomoe (the basis to her designs) finishing move TIRO FINALE!
  • No Immortal Inertia: A minor example, but she changed from 15 to 24 after the Weapons arc.

Kara Bloodame-Simmons

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Helen's mother for years and previous wielder of Merlin's musket and a bloodthirsty vampire. She's originally not caring about humanity first killing people for their blood. Fell in love with Hayley and turned her to save her life


  • Abusive Parent: Trying to break Helen and used them and force her to be a submissive Weapon.

Merrideth "Rhyme" Beat

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Death's Scythe and a dimensional hopper. Was a previous girlfriend of Dave and a Reaper from a universe like The World Ends with You. Has started a relationship with Amaya and Micheal Moonshine. A member of Fey & Co Law Offices.


  • Author Avatar: Toned down from previous appearance, but still shares her player's name.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: A Reaper which creates monsters as her primary form of attack and needs to tear apart souls to survive. However she's thoroughly on the side of justice and out to save the world like the rest of the group.
  • Don't Fear the Reaper: Generally quite nice.
  • Drowning Her Sorrows: After Amaya's Death she took to drinking, due to the fact that it reminded her of her time with Amaya and because she was technically undead and thus likely wouldn't suffer the consequences of alcohol poisoning.
  • Not So Different: Admits that she's similar to the vampires in that her survival relies on the destruction of others.
  • Polyamory: Is dating both Micheal and Amaya after the latter's Heel–Face Turn and confession.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: Only goes after Players when she has to, and generally reluctant to erase good people even then.
  • Thou Shalt Not Kill: After a quite unsettling lesson with Eve and Yuzuki, she's sworn off killing anything. However not unwilling to use non-lethal force.

Ōkami Chibirestu

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A divine wolf from ancient Japan and the son of the Goddess Amaretsu. Is currently an adorable puppy and is frsutrated by being locked out of the cast.


Mia Fey

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A defense lawyer from Cyberpunk New York and a player in their Reaper's Game. Partnered up with Eric over the course of the game. Gained control of a new law office on the Vorpal taking intergalactic cases. Capable of using the Kurain Channelling technique but otherwise avoiding feeding into the Fey Clan conflict. Wields the Element of Generosity.


  • Benevolent Boss: Even giving her employees the exact same cut of the profits that she takes.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Likes to mock the ridiculousness of her cases sometimes.
  • For Great Justice: Went into law to bring criminals to justice.
  • Hello, Attorney!: Is considered quite attractive.
  • Lie Detector: Her Magatama, an artifact of the Fey Clan.
  • Necromancy A trait of the Fey clan allowing her to allow the dead to enter into her body.
  • Supreme Chef: The one who cooked for the Fey Clan after her mother's passing and thus very good at making meals.
  • They Killed Kenny: Was killed a total of three times, her Canon death in Ace Attorney, as a part of the Game arc of We Are Our Avatars, and as a part of the Cyber New York Game arc.

Xion

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Number XIV in Organization XIII and a Keyblade user. Sent on a mission to hunt heartless... In a world which lacks them. She's easygoing but some elements about her as mysterious.


  • Cloning Blues: Discovers she's a Sora Replica and is absorbing Roxas's energy.
  • Cool Key: The Keyblade of course. The only weapon that can kill Heartless for good.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Appears as a hooded figure to most people, but suddenly shows her face to people that trust her.
  • "It" Is Dehumanizing: Referred to as such by Second in command Saix because he only considers her a pawn in his plans.
  • Let X Be the Unknown: Like all Organization XIII members, the "X" in her name represents her incomplete nature.
  • Opposite-Sex Clone: Of Sora. Didn't find out until after the fact.
  • Pinocchio Syndrome: Was upset about being a Replica so much that Roxas wished that she become her own person.
  • Poisonous Person: Her energy absorbing powers suck life out of Roxas whether she wants to or not.
  • Quest for Identity: Upon realizing that she shows traits that a Nobody shouldn't show, she decided to look into it.
  • Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right!: Breaks the rules of Organization XIII to help the group.
  • Transgender: Unwillingly Male to Female. Also, she angsts over the fact that her gender is the same as Sora because she looks biologically female.
  • The Unfavorite: Her existence is not noted in Organization XIII's group name. Saix in particular hates her.

    Sapphire Flame 

Martin Sheer

Martin came from a land called Nirida, formerly an insular country, relatively isolated due to having mountains on one side and a desert on the other. They were a proud people, almost too proud. But Pelys wanted Niridia's iron and resources for themselves, and so Nirida was conquered. They killed Nirida's old rulers and installed their own nobles, who quickly became corrupt. In order to drive the war machine, prisoners were rounded up and sent to the mines, and the lords realized that the more convicts they could find, the more iron they could extract and favor they could find with Velcarri. So people started to be jailed left and right, for whatever charges they could trump up, or even outright fabricate. ...Even Niridans related to the lords were not immune.

...This did not end well. Rebellion was inevitable. And Nirida was on the verge of taking it back, before Janis stole the Cosmic Cube, and Pelys became far more powerful than the rebellion could ever fight. So Martin fled with a group, changed their names, and wandered the multiverse, searching for a new purpose.


    Sparty Mc Fly 

Rainbow Dash, Callsign "Bishop" as The Operator

An alternate universe Rainbow Dash, who somehow accidentally joined the Navy SEALs trying to sign up for the Blue Angels and eventually became an operator for the counter-terrorist agency Rainbow (no pun intended). Joined Kerberos after EndWar broke out.


  • Badass Normal: Doesn't actually have any special powers or abilities beyond her skill with firearms and experience with special forces.
  • Glass Cannon: Rainbow Dash wears some pretty heavy-duty armor - heavy-duty by modern human standards, and thus often woefully inadequate for the threats Kerberos faces. She's slow, and she can't take many hits - but is entirely willing to put a bullet between your eyes if she can help it.
  • Grenade Launcher: Dash can snap one onto her assault rifle, if a bit of extra firepower is necessary.
  • Professional Killer: Is working as one, not entirely because she wants to.
  • Walking Arsenal: Averted. Dash owns a sidearm, a submachine gun, an assault rifle, a machine gun, a sniper rifle, and a beefed-up assault shield - but she can only carry her sidearm and two guns with her at any given time. There's just not enough room for anything else.

Jim "Hoxton" Hoxworth as The Fugitive

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A modern-day bank robber who spent two years in jail before being busted out. It's not entirely clear why he's joined Kerberos.


  • Fragile Speedster: Hoxton prefers stealth. His two-piece suit allows for a modicum of style and maximum mobility - it, unfortunately, means he can't take any hits.
  • Professional Killer: Was before he joined Kerberos, being a member of the Payday Gang.
  • Squishy Wizard: Hoxton specializes in stealth operations. With a low-magazine stealth-focused M4A1 and a two-piece suit as his only line of defense, going loud means he usually leaves.


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