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A sheet for retired characters from We Are Our Avatars. Please note that this only contains the characters who've shown up frequently since the 'move', so it may lack some of the earlier characters.

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    Mega Magikarp 

Charlie

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"Ssss."

A Creeper gijinka who has been a nomad most of her life and can't remember what her childhood was like at all, aside from a traumatic experience with a cat of some kind.


  • Action Bomb: She can survive it, but she really dislikes doing so due to how she passes out for a few hours afterward.

    Mister Awesome 

Mic Sounders the 13th

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Mic's story picks up shortly after the ending of GaoGaiGar FINAL, with Mic's broken body falling through an ES Window and landing in front of Kuja's castle. After being fixed up, Mic joined the group, later attending the costume party. Often converses with Bang Shishigami.


    M Pa Bka Ta 

Kaien(Aaroniero)

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Aaroniero while disguised
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Aaroniero's true face(s)
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Aaroniero with his mask on

Joining in the Skyrim arc, Aaroniero tagged along with the group under the guise of Kaien Shiba for about a month. During this time, he fed on the locals to keep himself alive. Soon enough however, he was discovered and before a decision could be reached on whether to kill or bind him, he escaped.


  • By the Power of Grayskull!: "Devour - Glotoneria"!" and "Rankle the seas and the skies, Nejibana''!" depending on the weapon in question.
  • Weakened by the Light: He can not shape-shift while in the light, causing his disguise to fall off. Hence why he carries a mask around.

Atton Rand

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A smuggler from the Star Wars universe (more specifically Knights of the Old Republic), who ended up on Skyrim, where he joined the group.


  • Anti-Hero: Kind of a dick at times, but ultimately loyal to the group.
  • Berserk Button: Mind Manipulation of any kind.
  • Determinator: He won't go down until everyone else does, and can take a lot of punishment for a regular human.
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: Acts as a lazy drunk, but given how many life-threatening situations the group encounters, he has troubles concealing his combat skills.

    Mr. Kirb 

Mario

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"It's-a-me, Mario!"

Mascot of Nintendo and Hero of the Mushroom Kingdom. Before he joined the Avatars, he traveled through the Whateververse for a few years along with others who have various reasons and goals. Very skilled in jumping and hammering, they made him a force to be reckoned with. He usually gets along with anyone as long they aren't pure evil.


  • Determinator: Demonstrated this during an intense footrace with Sonic around Amestris. It costs him his ARS suit and almost his life, just so he could out speed and win against Sonic.
  • Drop the Hammer: His Weapon of Choice. He starts off with a normal hammer but later replaced it with the Scarlet Rocket, a high tech transformable hammer based off from the Graf Eisen.
  • The Everyman: Subverted, he has his own personality due to traveling through the Whateververse in a few years.
  • Powered Armor: In his early days with the group, Mario requested an ARS suit from Captain Scott Mitchell and the plumber has worn it for a while. It didn't last long due to overclocking it during a race with Sonic.
  • Pride: Due to being a video game legend, Mario let his fame all go to his head, especially when he introduces himself to newcomers. It also what motivates him to race against Sonic. It's fragile however.

Sonic The Hedgehog

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"Such speed, your losing chub, plumberboy. However, that's too bad. Not enough, it is painfully not enough!!! The things you lack they are!!!! Passion, despair, will, mind, grace, elegance and industriousness!!! And finally, above them all, speed and ideas are NOT ENOUGH!"

Mascot of Sega and Mario's rival. He joined the group in Rush Valley just to have some fun for a while (and to mess with Mario). In the past, Sonic usually won against Mario in all footraces except one. However, he has to return to his world so he has to collect the Chaos Emeralds and vows to return to the group some time later.


  • Smug Super: He loves to flaunt his speed, especially at Mario.
  • Troll: Loves to piss off Mario a few times ever since their rivalry started.

Subject Phi (Φ)

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When he's grimy and never took a bath.
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If he's cleaned up and polished.
"This is Gilbert Alexander, head creator of the Alpha Series and the Rumbler Big Daddies. The subject holding this audio diary is an agent sent by Andrew Ryan as scout for Rapture. Even though I have no idea why Ryan sent out several of them but I must inform you, this Alpha Series Big Daddy needs upgrades in order to survive. Not only that, it also needs alterations to the Protection Bond, either subdue it or remove it from its memory. One more information before I have to finish, due to heavy alterations by ADAM, Big Daddies can't physically change in size, shape, or age."
"Introduction of the Alpha Series Agents", Gilbert Alexander's Audio Diary.

Titled himself "Renegade of Rapture", Subject Phi used to be Rapture's politician before he was imprisoned for not agreeing with Andrew Ryan's ideals. Converted into an Alpha Big Daddy, Phi was sent out of Rapture as an agent. Unlike his kin, he broke out of his programming and became self aware thanks to his hatred of Rapture but it won't help him break the Protection Bond which is faultier than the others. He joined the Avatars in hope of visiting a psychic who can cure his bond problem. In order to communicate to other people, his eyehole blinks in morse code.

After his battle with Nellis, a Big Sister whose supposed to be Phi's Little Sister in the past, he sacrified himself so he could prevent a potential bloodbath. Even though he's physically deceased, he currently lives on as Phyllis, a merged identity of Phi and Nellis.


  • The Faceless: He wears a helmet and refused to remove it because his face could scare the kids.
  • Flawed Prototype: Phi's Protection Bond is kinda faulty because it causes him to mistake little girls as Little Sisters.
  • Hollywood Hacking: Not as good nor fast as Wren but skilled enough to hack through machines such as vending machines, robots, and even a television.

Hakurei Miko

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"Yes, meditation works wonders with inner turmoils. Your separation from reality, it has limitless potential but you need training to avoid total nonexistence."
Hakurei Miko to Remiu

Reimu's predecessor, mentor, and mother. During her days in Gensoukyou before spellcard rule were invented, danmaku matches were a pure brutal sport for everyone. Miko exterminates youkai with just martial arts which usually ended with nearly fatal injuries or even death to her victims. Her life was changed forever when during her battle with Mima, the spirit tricked Miko by luring her outside the Hakurei Boarder, locking her out of Gensoukyou for over a decade. She spent the rest of the decade trying to return home until she met the Avatars at a carnival near Rush Valley.

During her stay at Nether Vegas, she had met the Other Reimu with a similar problem, locked out of her own Gensoukyou. The feeling is at best mixed and bittersweet for both girls but Miko decided to train the Other Reimu for the upcoming events. She has also met another Other of Reimu who came from a modernized Gensoukyou which also mixed at best.

In Hoenn, with help of her friends' Others from an another Gensokyo, Miko finally returned to her own Gensokyo and finally reunited with her daughter. Considering all the crap she's been through, returning home is a godsend for her. However, she rejoins the group with a new quest, chase down a thief who happened to stole one of her family's Hakurei Orbs.


  • Boobs of Steel: Miko is considered one of Gensoukyou's most powerful fighters with a large chest to match.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: Even though she's a human, her strength is extremely powerful. She can knock out a Big Daddy with just one punch, send rocks out of the ground with just a stomp, pierce through thick armor, and launch gusts of air with just a focused punch.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: A self-inflicted one. Although she's hailed as a savior to Gensoukyou's humans, the youkai viewed her a monster which earned her the dreaded title, "The Bloody Maiden". She secretly hated her task as a youkai exterminator due to the youkai's developed humanity and that's before she was locked out of the boarder by Mima or even losing her husband to Ex-Rumia.
  • Determinator: Despite of not reaching her home for over a decade, giving up isn't an option. This even applies to her battles.
  • Doesn't Like Guns: She won't use a gun at all and besides, she uses danmaku for ranged attacks.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Justified, her first name was "destroyed" when she was tricked by Mima.
  • Glass Cannon: Although she's fast and strong, her defense is at best, average. Without any full body armor, she won't be to handle heavy blows so she has to dodge alot.
  • Failure Is the Only Option: No matter how hard she tries, returning to her own Gensokyo is next to impossible. It would a take a miracle to reach her ultimate goal.
  • Insistent Terminology: She prefers to call her relationship with Reimu a mentor-apprentice relationship, no one bothered to ask. However, she toned it down recently after she gets phone calls from Reimu.
  • Like Mother, Like Daughter: Much of Reimu's significant attributes can be traced back to Miko herself, her fashion sense, goals, spell cards, and even their post-battle tea parties. Justified that Miko is also Reimu's mentor.
  • Mama Bear: Do not endanger her daughter nor even mention the idea, very bad idea.
  • Odd Friendship: With Captain Scott Mitchell. Considering one is a shrine maiden from a magical land where plenty of youkai lived, and the other is a US soldier hailing from a near-future/modern world, the "Outside World" to the Touhoes.
  • Older Than They Look: Despite being in her late 30s, Miko's physical age has slowed down by a fraction of normal aging thank to travelling through multiple interdimensional portals without any proper protection. She still look like in her late 20s.
  • Parental Substitute: To Other Reimu, it doesn't work out well due to the fact that Miko and Other Reimu are from two different Gensokyos, a feudal one and a modern one.
  • Sharp Dressed Woman: When Miko wears the only non-miko outfit, a customized pant suit if to blend in a modern/futuristic setting.
  • Tranquil Fury: Only in battle, she doesn't taunt and she'll be silent as the calm wind. She let her armor piercing eyes show the windows to to her fury.
  • Widow Woman: She had lost her husband in a danmaku incident before Reimu's birth.
  • Yank the Dog's Chain:
    • A painful one during her first night at Nether Vegas. Reimu visited Miko herself at a bar. At first, a heartwarming moment should have happened right? Wrong! The Reimu she met is an Other which not only delayed her overdue reunion, this also broke her heart, ouch! However, she's has gotten over it thanks to Asagi's explanation of Others and a short meditation later.
    • Another one occurred in Hoenn that more painful than the one above. With the help of Nitori, Kaguya, Sakuya, and Mima, they found Miko's very own Gensokyo then open up a portal to it. Just when she can finally go home, Evil Eye Sigma 4 block the entry, making sure Miko won't step into Gensokyo no matter what. This is enough to make her extremely furious in her lifetime with rage that could make Khrone blush.

Tama Saisei (AKA Eyebot Model-O)

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Original design without any upgrades.
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Current Design after multiple upgrades and decorations.

During a private conversation between Hakurei Miko and Komachi in the hot tubs, this peeping Eyebot spied on them. Unfortunately for the perverted bot, it gets a fist-shaped danmaku in in grille and "died" in pieces. Thanks to Bones, it was revived with a new programming and a new name which roughly translates to "Sphere of Rebirth" in Japanese by its killer, Hakurei Miko. It refuses to talk in any voice but loves to use the recordings, videos, and music to entertain people. It usually hangs around with Miko, Mitch, or Bones.


  • Ax-Crazy: If its combat inhibitor is broken, it became a berserk meme-spewing frenzied robot.
  • Loud of War: It can uses speakers to yell at enemies.
  • Mid-Season Upgrade: Several. A DJ program for sound editing, a tv screen, the ability to hack into computers and robots, and bulletproof armor.
  • The Speechless: Saisei can't talk. Even if it did, it only beeps, whistle, or make robot noises.
  • Technical Pacifist: Saisei refuses to use guns or any conventional weapons at all, it believes that all the programs it downloaded are more dangerous than a WMD in some way.

The Training Bots

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Their default form.

A trio of shapeshifting metal spheres built and sold by Aeon Robotics. Phoned ordered by Mario, they joined the group as the team's coaches, instructors, and sparring partners. What makes them unique is their shapeshifting and their near perfect mimics of anything. Usually showing a polite demeanor, their only purpose is to make the group stronger. The trio consists of 01, 02, and 03.

Lately, they are now stored in the TDN-Mobius.


  • Alien Geometries: The training bots aren't made with normal robotics and their questionable aspects in their abilities makes them extremely alien, even to experts in robotics.
  • Non-Lethal K.O.: They can't kill their sparring partners, it's against their core programming. This make them almost useless in real combat but they can also act as emergency mobile shields.

Eirin Yagokoro

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When she's wearing her hi-tech glasses.

A Lunarian doctor and pharmacist who serves the immortal princess, Kaguya Houraisan. Eirin first met the group at Nether Vegas during the start of Kaguya's vacation along with Reisen. Eirin was an old friend of Miko when Miko helped the Lunarian doctor with a massive yukkuri problem. Ten years later, she was reunited with Miko. She temporary joined the group so she could help her friend in the upcoming ordeals of her life. Recently, Eirin and Miko became more than just friends.

Later on, it was revealed that she has mixed views about the Lunarians in general, especially after a few galactic powers threaten their existence due to breaking a few laws, especially their black hole death penalties. Eirin's overall goal is the Lunarians' social reformation so it can get along with other worlds, especially Earth.


  • Our Elves Are Better: A deconstruction. Eirin's race, the Lunarians, are at the pinnacle of civilization but some of the questionable aspects of their society are often doubted and frowned upon by others. Eirin herself feared that their "purity" ideology could be the eventual downfall of her race. Should her fears become a reality, the Lunarians would end up like the Eldar or worse.

Phyllis (Formerly Nellis Grisby)

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Without her helmet.
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During her first appearance as Nellis.
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Fully battle ready.
"For once in my life, the Great Chain can no longer shackle me as Rapture's tool."

Subect Phi (Spiritually) and Nellis (Body) merged into one new being. As Phyllis, she's no longer a prisoner to Rapture and a tykebomb to any villain at all. Being a Big Sister in body, Phyllis can no longer rely on heavy weapons thus she became a practitioner of various gun-based martial arts in order to take advantage of her newfound agility and smaller body. Basically, she's Phi as an eighteen year old girl with plasmid powers and Gun Kata. Also, she took of the profession of a Bounty Hunter in order to make some money.

Lately, she's in a romantic relationship with Alyx Grayson during her time in New Vegas. Not only that, she became a part of Mitch's squad.


  • Badass Longcoat: Her main outfit, police riot armor with rodeo jeans with a black magic-resistant duster.
  • Bag of Holding: Dual Storage Decks, they are usually placed on the thighs in place of holsters.
  • Bayonet Ya: The guns have hidden energy blades for quick sneak attacks and swordplay.
  • Berserk Button: Questioning her Gun Kata skills or calling them a phony.
  • Born Inthe Wrong Century: A variation, she wanted to experience being a modern 21st century girl even though she's from the 1960s.
  • Gas Mask, Longcoat: When she puts on her battle outfit along with a modified NDR helmet, she fully resembles the elite NDR Ranger if it weren't for the duster's dark coloring.
  • Sarashi: She uses them so she can wear gender neutral armor.

Reimu Hakurei (Other/Modern)

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RED Spy: "You neglected to mention that you are a ill-mannered ruffian. Your parents would be ashamed."
Other Reimu: "I have no parents."

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.

She arrived in Nether Vegas to find Hakurei Miko but much their disappointment, they are both from very different worlds, both figuratively and literally. She joined the group in order to get closer to her goal of finding her mother.


  • 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.
  • 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.

The Courier (AKA David Keyes)

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A deliveryman turned mercenary who traveled across the wasteland as a savior to the Mojave Wasteland. This courier whose name is David Keyes helped the NCR to annex New Vegas and kicking Caesar's Legion out the region before he first met the group at Hoenn. He occasionally visits the group, usually to cool down from his travels. So far he's been to the Sierra Mardre, the Zion National Park, Big Mountain, and even the deadly Divide.

During the 3E Arc, he was hired to take the pirates who were terrorizing the world and managed to stop one of them.


  • Cyborg: He has multiple implants, an artificial heart, an artificial spine, and a cyberbrain in his skull.
  • Real Men Cook: Knows how to whip up a tasty meal. Justified since his survival skill is pretty high and he has to hunt for food out in the wastes.
  • Science Hero: He usually modifies pre-war technology, especially when he's now the sole caretaker of Big Mountain.

Kero (Real Name: Project Cal[-Data Corrupted-])

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A technologically advanced robot with mysterious origins and amnesia, Kero becomes part of the group since he has no where to go. What makes him special is his copying abilities ala Mega Man and Emerl. Having amnesia, he wanted to know more about his past, mainly why is he created to be a killing machine that copies attacks. His adoptive name, Kero, came from Suwako herself.


  • More Dakka: He can replicate solid ammunition if he loads a sample into his arm. He can fire off 3000 RPM without reloading with most of types of ammunition. If he gets his hands on a Bolter Round or roughly equal to that combined with his minigun firing rate, he can shred anyone in the matter of seconds, even powerful individuals.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: A result from scanning Vivian. The extra set arms are located on the hips instead of below the normal arms.
  • Mundane Utility: His copying can be useful for chores and other useful work.
  • Power Copying: His main shtick. The method requires visual scanning or be on the receiving end of an attack. Not only that, he can copy voices and mannerisms.
  • Required Secondary Powers: Even if he copies powerful moves or magic, he has to level up in order to pull them off. And some abilities might require certain add-ons and upgrades. Not only that, he can't copy certain powers such as reality warping.

Phantom Eye

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An ecton (half-human, half-ghost) Solaris Ranger, spec-ops operatives taking on missions behind enemy lines in squads of 4 or going solo, usually the latter. The group first found him inside a rice cooker in New New York which happens to be where he's sleeping in. Due to having very little breaks in his military career, he has to take a mandatory one to avoid a Heroic RRoD.


  • Cloudcuckoolander: His outlook on certain things can be weird at times, especially when comes to using household appliances for sleeping.
  • Child Soldier: Of the Precociously Talented Type. His father, a Super Soldier, taught him how to fight at a very young age. When the Cipherious Empire conquered his homeworld. He took up arms at age 60, which is similar to 13 year old humans.
  • Disappeared Dad: Said to have lost his dad in the war.
  • Friendly Sniper: Nice and silly but can shoot you down from a distance.
  • Hand Cannon: His sidearm, a 5-shot Rhino Revolver which uses hunting rifle rounds.
  • Older Than They Look: Is 80 years old but he looks around 19 years old. Justified that his half-ghost nature allows him to live up to a few centuries.
  • Talk to the Fist: Shoots Healthecliff when he monologues. It didn't hurt him but it did the job. Reasons behind is that he met similar foes who often do this, usually arrogant officers in the Cipherius Empire's military.
  • Workaholic: Is known to have a long service record which rarely have breaks on his own accord, this worries others and they have to put him on mandatory vacation which happens to occurs during his debut.
    Captain Scott "Mitch" Mitchell: "You're taking shore leave and it's starting right now. Not a soul should have to work for forty years straight."

Catherine "Cath" Loswell

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A half-demon magician from Marvel Las Vegas. Her father's a magician who practiced the arts of demon magic, and her mother's a singer. She became half-demon when she was an infant, needed a cure to a deadly illness that can't be cured with medical science. Growing up, her father her in the arts of magic and eventually took up C-List superheroine work. Nowadays, she joins up and travels with the group, mostly for fun.

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


  • 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. This is mostly thanks to Gambit's teachings during her temporary membership of the X-Men.
  • Famous Ancestor: Cath's a distant descendant of Merlin.
  • 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, scarves, or sashes).

    Nightraid 

Hansel and Gretel

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"When we were first told to beat other kids to death in front of a camera during our time in Sicily, we were crying too when we were finished. But you know what ? The adults would always be laughing when we were done. They would howl and laugh and clap with glee, and eventually we started laughing too. And while we laughed we realized that this is how the world really works. Kill or be killed. It becomes a lot easier to bear when you accept that's what the world is all about."

After their untimely deaths following their attempt on Balalaika's life and spending an unknown amount of time in the afterlife Hansel and Gretel one day woke up in a hotel room in Nether Vegas with no idea how they got there. They now tag along with the Avatars, trying to find out how and why they got there and enjoying being surrounded by nice people for the first time in their lives.


  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: When Catherine sharpened Hansel's axes with a magical grindstone, they were enchanted with the power to cut through everything.
  • Animorphism: At one point they got turned into kittens after being struck by the transformation lightning, two adorable, murderous kittens with ribbons on their heads.
  • Ax-Crazy: They still love killing every bit as much as they did when they were alive. However, they try to be more selective about it, killing only those they consider bad people. So far it works.
  • Creepy Twins: Though somewhat less so than in the source material, mostly because they make a conscious effort to save their bloodlust for actual enemies instead of just killing whenever they felt like it.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Very polite, very cheerful and won't hesitate to kill you several times over if they think you're a bad person.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Even as a teenager, Hansel is still androgynous enough to pass for his sister.
  • Fountain of Youth: When their childish thoughts occur whilst remaining grown up, they go right back down to their ten-year-old bodies.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: The first thing they did upon finding a river of blood? Take a bath in it.
  • Sarashi: Gretel uses these when she swaps rolls with Hansel while they're in their teenaged forms.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: So far, nobody seemed to pay much mind to the ten year old girl walking around with a machine gun almost as big as she is when Gretel carries it openly.

Dollie

"About time you left me out! I thought I was suffocating under there ! Do you ever clean this thing ? Do you have any idea how gross that i-mmmphhh!"

The doll attached to Gretel's BAR rifle animated by transformation lightning who may or may not be the incarnation of a Imaginary Friend the twins used to have when they were little. Due to being infused with the transformation lightning's energy, she can morph Gretel's BAR rifle into anything that isn't bigger or smaller than the machinegun. She spends much of her time calling the twins out when they're acting creepy or indulging their 'blood fetish', as she calls it.


  • Creepy Doll: Averted. Dollie is much less creepy than the twins, and in fact spends much time calling them out on their creepiness.
  • Imaginary Friend: Her doll body might have been the representation of one the twins had during their time in the Romanian orphanage before she was animated. There also a few hints she might in fact be that same Imaginary Friend incarnated into that doll.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She's rather mouthy, and won't hesitate to call the twins out on their creepiness, but at the end of the day she still cares about them.
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The Palladium Myr

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"What do you wish for me to do, master?"

A Myr from the plane of Mirrodin that ended up in Nether Vegas through some currently unknown mishap. Due to its inherent design requiring it to have a master or some task to handle, it latched onto the first people it saw - which happened to be Other!Reimu Hakurei and Scott Mitchell.


  • BFG: A rather large Magitek rifle received from Imca, which the Myr powers through its mana generation ability. Sufficiently large blasts, though, can drain it and put it in a standby mode for a while. "Sufficiently large" here means equivalent to heavy artillery or tank cannons, if Imca's evaluation of the weapon is to be believed.
  • Extreme Doormat: Has a very bad habit of running anything by one of its masters before it does anything. At the same time, though, in cases of emergency, it has shown a predilection towards acting on its own towards stopping the disaster or self-preservation.
  • Magitek: The Myr's a Magitek robot, more or less. There's also the magic rifle it uses.
  • Mauve Shirt: Though Myr are far from a Redshirt Army, they're still basically just troops and workers with little individuality or personality. This one is… well, a LITTLE above that.
  • The Spock: Tends to observe things from a logical rather than an emotional perspective. It doesn't seem to be completely devoid of emotions, though, just not very emotive at all.

Imetia

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"You don't need to call me "Lady", though. I don't exactly have any status here."

A self-proclaimed "master transmuter" from Esper, having abandoned her world after during the Conflux that reunited it with the other Shards of Alara and the chaos that ensued. She arrived in Nether Vegas and, for lack of a better option, decided to travel with the Avatars.


  • Magitek: Being from Esper, this is to be expected, and she is capable of using her magic to create it. It's more mystical in function and aesthetics than the norm, though.
  • Meaningful Name: Master Transmuter -> MT -> Imetia.
  • Not So Stoic: On occasion, her distant demeanour crumples, leaving her panicked (relatively so, at least) and uncertain.
  • Summon Magic: Imetia carries a set of "summoning spheres" used to call forth various Magitek minions. Besides using them for menial tasks, they can be used in battle, which is fortunate since she can't fight for herself.
  • Unobtanium: The etherium that makes up the majority of her body, presumably an aid to her magical abilities. She carries some extra etherium on her person as well.

Micaiah

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"Well, aren't you a strange lot!"

A Pokémon trainer with psychic powers who met the Avatars in Hoenn and jumped right into the group. He's a wanderer at heart who gets along with most people.


  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: He's fairly androgynous, at least, and can be mistaken for a girl.
  • The Empath: Which lets him understand Pokémon and helps him relate a bit more with other people, but gives him a minor Blessed With Suck in that it makes him more emotionally unstable when other people are experiencing strong emotions around him.
  • Freaky Is Cool: After the initial surprise from meeting the Avatars - or anything else strange, for that matter - Micaiah's reaction is usually amazement or fascination.
  • Jumped at the Call: What does he think upon first meeting the Avatars? "I want in on this."
  • Magic A Is Magic A: Explicitly noted - Micaiah can only successfully comprehend the minds and auras of Pokemon and humans, as well as those sufficiently human in their thought processes. Anything more out there will come off as bizarre and scrambled to him, and robots, even ridiculously human ones, will almost always come up blank. Metis only didn't because of her Persona, and even then Micaiah noted that her aura was strange.

Zener

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"Hi."

Micaiah's pet Natu. A bit of a space-case, but he and Micaiah are good friends, Micaiah having raised him from an egg.


  • Motor Mouth: If he decides to start talking with someone, he can be a bit of a chatterbox. Usually this is limited to psychics or other humans who can understand him - other Pokémon make him a bit wary at first.
  • Non-Action Guy: He's more of a pet to Micaiah, and is rather weak in battle due to lack of experience.

    Pilot Solaris 

Pilot Solaris

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"General Pilot Solaris, at your service."

A brown Pegasus Pony from the My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic Universe (but not the Canon one), General Pilot Solaris was the first character to be introduced by Pilot Solaris.


  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Subverted. Despite his sword being incredibly powerful and strong, he still sharpens it. When he's bored, he'll tend to sharpen his combat knife, as well, which Imca has called him out on.

Eridanus

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"I'm Eridanus Lo-Faï of Min-Cho, son of Presidio Sun-Laï of Zoran and Sui-Chu of Zoran. For both your sake and mine, just call me Eri or Eridanus for short."

A tall and blue Zoraï from the planet Atys, Eridanus joined the group during the Skyrim Arc.


  • Amazing Technicolor Population: He's blue, as are all Zoraï.
  • Cool Sword: His sword, which isn't made from any sort of metals at all, just materials he gathered from Atys.
  • Expressive Mask: His mask is basically his face, moving whenever he speaks, breathes, or blinks.
  • Squishy Wizard: Averted. His main combat involves magic, but he's actually pretty good at using a sword and is a capable fighter. To put this into perspective, he once defeated Big Boss in a spar.

Pilot Celestia

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"I'm General Pilot Celestia, but you can call me Tia."

The Rule 63 equivalent of Pilot Solaris from the On a Cross and Arrow Universe (but not the Canon one), General Pilot Celestia crash landed on Nirn when her fighter's external inertial dampener failed. She goes by "Tia."


Mike Powell

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"I am 1st Lt. Micheal Stanford Powell, but you can call me "Mike."

A member of the Woogi race, First Lieutenant Micheal Stanford Powell, aka Mike, joined the group during the Skyrim arc.


    Psyga 315 

Joker

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Someone who emerged Radiant Garden, not much is known about him except for the fact that his face is scary.


  • Cloudcuckoolander: One example is when when facing Dynasmon and Crusadermon, he said that he would run a train through Lucemon's "perfect kingdom".
  • Mind Rape: He has mild case at best (as in headache level) when he began to reveal his name, the word he heard throughout the Mind Rape became his name.

    Raiden 

Raiden

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"To temper the instinct of the animal with the mind of the man."

Raiden is a Rakshasa from the D&D tabletop game, who has decided that the life he used to lead no longer satisfies him. He posseses all the tipical abilites of his kind, but refuses to use them.


  • Heel Realization: It is implied that something in his past made him turn good.
  • Heroic Vow: He has vowed to never use his Rakshasa powers (magic, mind-reading, shapechanging and resistance to magic).

    Randomman 5 

Sagi

The Hero of Origins. Sagi is a fifteen-year-old assassin enlisted in the Empire's Dark Service. Another spiriter, Sagi grew up in the town of Sheratan on Hassaleh. After Emperor Olgan had most of Sheratan enslaved, Sagi joined the Imperial Army to provide for his mother's orphanage. Wields a very long katana and wears a distinctive red robe. After finishing his adventure, Sagi elopes with Milly to Mira, where they live out the rest of their days under the protection of Duke Calbren.


  • Badass Adorable: He's fifteen, baby-faced, naive, and fairly short. Milly even tells him at one point that he's the kind of person who looks like he needs mothering.
  • Badass Normal: Nothing more than a sword and some magic. Upgrades to Empowered Badass Normal after the Heart-to-Heart.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He's generally friendly and low-key. Every now and then, though, this kid gets vicious.
  • BFS: That sword is longer than he is tall!
  • Improbable Age: He's in the Dark Service, and he's only fifteen. Becomes justified later on when you realise that certain people in the empire knew damn well who he was.
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    Rayday 11 

Grey Fullbuster

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Grey Fullbuster is an ice mage from the anime/manga Fairy Tail



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