The cast of White Dark Life.
Characters pre-time skip
The Mirror Cosplayer/Infinite Guard
The main character, Matt is a boy who died in an unfortunate accident at the age of 13. Due to his perfectly balanced soul, Matt's soul was split into two halves, light and shadow. The light half became a young angel who was recruited by Galaxina to be a guardian angel for her still-living sister, Cosmo. Using his special ability the power of mimicry Matt must protect Cosmo from all who would do her harm. Like the aforementioned shadow, for instance...
- All Your Powers Combined: The power of mimicry allows Matt to temporarily assume the abilities and weaknesses of any character he can think of.
- Alternative Character Interpretation: The roleplays show him as being more selfish than he is in the comics. This goes double where courtship of his children is concerned, to the point of becoming a nearly intolerable Jerkass.
- Berserk Button: Perverts. Post-timeskip, he starts getting incredibly irate when someone gets too close with his younger children.
- Blood Knight: The Mogeko Castle arc reveals that he has a borderline addiction to conflicts, likening them to games. He even goes so far as to say that fighting is half the reason he continues to be a guardian angel.
- This ends up getting him kicked out of the house by Tori.
- Cartesian Karma: He suffers this heavily once his depression is cured. Of course, he did still cause some of the biggest fears of the Heroes' League to happen.
- Chubby Chaser: According to Ne.
- Explosive Overclocking: The more he fights, the more energetic he becomes. Of course, even if he's dead, he can't handle too much energy before becoming a living bomb.
- The Glasses Gotta Go: He gains glasses in the pre-timeskip only to lose them immedietly for the post-timeskip. Justified in that he had his vision fixed.
- The Hero: Less so in the roleplays due to the Heroes' League.
- Designated Hero: Turns into one during the time-skip roleplays, since he'll violently turn on anyone trying to "force" a relationship with his kids. Eventually, he reaches a point where the only difference between him and other villains is his job requirements. Thankfully, he gets better.
- Hot-Blooded: Once he starts fighting, he gets seriously energetic. On account of being dead, this can actually lead to a sort of infinite loop that inevitably causes him to explode.
- Idiot Hair: A pretty big one at that. It gets replaced with a top knot.
- Mighty Whitey: Subverted. He adopts several of Tori's customs while she adopts several of his. Religion is ironically his poor suit.
- Official Couple: Matt and Tori (much to Boar's annoyance).
- Overprotective Dad: Does not like the romantic gestures being sent towards his children in the RPs. Except for Saru.
- This descends into full screaming lunacy in the later roleplays. While he played a direct role in Torch giving up on Inu, his role in Matthew giving up on Uma was indirect at best. Miriam's relationship with Ne was largely unaltered by his meddling.
- Sleep-Mode Size: He looks like a fairy from The Legend of Zelda when he isn't defending Cosmo. This trait is lost with his power boost after the timeskip.
- Shapeshifter Baggage: He occasionally changes size while mimicking other characters, but the real question is where his costumes come from.
- Single-Target Sexuality: He says so himself. Though pornography was used pre-timeskip to activate his nosebleed attack.
- They Killed Matt Again: Prone to dying and using suicide tactics. As Death Is Cheap for him, this is usually played for laughs in comics.
- Took a Level in Badass: Matt is arguably the character who took the single greatest number of levels in badass after the time skip.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Following his depression, he is utterly uncaring for ANYONE bar Ivy, Sky, or whoever they tell him to care about.
- Weaksauce Weakness: He has several, including a tendency to fall asleep in cold weather, a sensitivity to head injuries, and a crippling fear of blood. Though he is capable of negating the first one by SETTING HIMSELF ON FIRE. He loses all of these weaknesses except the head injury sensitivity after the time skip.
The Azure Master
Matt's "Sensei" and legal guardian. She has a hard time dealing with Matt's childish nature, but in the end gets him to listen to her. As she is deceased, like she was in Sonic X, she is unable to interact with the real world often, but she still looks out after her little sister from above.
- Adaptational Badass: She's a lot stronger than she was in Sonic X. Of course, she was just an extra there.
- Armor-Piercing Question: "Can you say that you're a good person?". Subverted in that the target just tries to lie his way out.
- Deadpan Snarker: Really doesn't find Matt's gags amusing.
- Not So Above It All
- Retcon: Originally, Galaxina had feelings for Matt. This was quickly retconned as Collin having cheated in a game of poker where she bet herself doing almost anything the winner wanted when she started running out of chips. Later, Galaxina cheats right back at Collin as revenge.
- Stern Teacher: She doesn't have a whole lot of time to make Matt a guardian angel, so his comedic actions are met with disdain or sent right back at him.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Her hair was always this color.
The Seed of Hope
The last living Seedrian, and the one Matt has been sent to protect. She's a sweet child who has been living on Mobius after the events of Sonic X. Though not as adventurous as Sonic and Tails, she's been roped into Dark Matt's plans to become a villain and manages to take the whole thing in stride.
- Adorably Precocious Child
- Green Thumb: Has a flourishing garden outside her house.
- Kids Are Cruel: She is not above using Matt like a doll.
- Official Couple: Cosmo is paired up with Tails.
- The roleplays pair her up with Ray the Flying Squirrel instead.
- Only Sane Man: Matt points out most of the cast's illogical fallacies. Cosmo points out Matt's illogical fallacies.
- Parachute Petticoat: Just like her Anime appearance.
- Plant Person: Collin seems to think the buds on her ears are headphones, though.
- Protectorate: Is this for Matt.
- This is lost by the timeskip, as she no longer needs his protection.
- Spared by the Adaptation: She died at the end of Sonic X, but is alive and kicking in this webcomic.
- Technical Pacifist: She doesn't fight much, but when Matt gets kidnapped instead...
- She's also fully willing to beat the crap out of Moge-ko, only relenting when Moge-ko takes Mordred hostage.
From the comics
The King Of DragonsMatt's older brother and an avid inventor. He's had his own adventures on Orbis, a land populated with dragons and other mystical creatures.
- Aloof Big Brother: He's more in touch with his brother than most examples, though.
- Deadpan Snarker
- The Gunslinger: Prefers guns when combat rears its head, as his other powers are kept concealed and are only in case of total emergency.
- Hero of Another Story: He went out and had adventures in Orbis before Matt became Cosmo's guardian angel.
- Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Double Subverted. He gets turned into a dragon, but as a Gadgyt, he looks more like a mouse than a dragon. However, Gadgyts are really powerful creatures, so this can be considered a total upgrade.
- Official Couple: Ben and Synder.
- Pet the Dog: He's shown to take Maxmillian's condition very seriously and wants to make sure he and Esther are happy together.
- Shout-Out: Many of the guns he owns are from Borderlands.
- The Smart Guy
- Too Cool to Live: Averted; despite being much more awesome than Matt, Ben never dies. His total roleplay death count, however, is 1. He got fried to a crisp by Mysto's Perun Eagle.
- Ben will actually die defending the entire planet from an extreme catastrophe in 2036.
From the Data Logs
Altairen Draconis the Destroyer, a Primus Faber-Draco a.k.a. Highest Gadgyt named Cygnus
Ben on his own tends to have different experiences far from the rest of the world, being first a truly powerful yet constructive person, and two, quite different in the way he conducts himself while alone.
- Afraid of His Own Strength: Due to most of Ben's higher powers being forms of controlling the world's energies, they tend to have some devastating effects, from creating to destroying.
- Alone in a Crowd: Seeing how much the world at large cares not for the facts they are given, and the large amount of unit casualties note he acquires saving Orbis from its own political nightmare, Ben realizes how little everyone cares for their lives, much less anything else; in stark contrast, Ben DOES value his life and everything around him. And of all things to do, he starts to question why, making things stranger. For clearness, most of the rights Ben is trying to wrong were caused by people who try to put "value" on others' lives and treat these tiny values as nothing more than dirt. Which may explain his intense dislike of Bill Stuffner, Mysto, and Malthus.
- Am Fm Characterization: Ben gets paired up with two pieces from Jaytech's album Everything Is Ok when he finally gets his car back, these being Nighthawk and Highway Rockers. In Data Log 4, the Gadgyt form will be paired up with Ilan Bluestone's Sinai.
- Badass Adorable: The Gadgyt form, due to being an unassuming ball of potential fuzz and Ben's main form.
- Badass Driver: Ben has tendencies to pull out all the stops from time to time.
- Badass Longcoat: Unlike most examples, Ben's serves two purposes. First, it is a functional piece of armor. Second, it operates as a form of a power limiter in the fact that it simulates Orbisian gravity, slowing him down to Earth speeds (but not his reaction times). The coat itself, however, also carries something else with it from the Orbis Wars Ben's rank, which, if one pays attention to the collar, is five stars. The only person higher than him is Lady Sephise at six stars. How many people does Ben outrank, you ask? Of notable importance, the Realmian Council (all of its members are four star), Synder (also four star), and Sa'kura (his mentor on Resonance control (rank three star)). His combat trainer, however, meets Ben at this same five star rank.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Ben has patience even for those going too far. Push him in the wrong direction, however, and you'll be lucky if you survive or aren't horribly mutated as a Pay Evil unto Evil or The Golden Rule punishment because you treated someone else's life as nothing more than a toy.
- There's also what he does to Necrodeus in "Blindly fooling thyself" after Necrodeus very nearly kills Esther. It is not pleasant.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Despite wearing a black coat, Ben is farthest from evil, even though he employs some strange methods to solve problems.
- Draconic Humanoid: Able to transform into a particular such form known as a Gadgyt, and it is revealed his true identity is this, having lost his humanity in transit to Orbis.
- Earn Your Title: Specifically the titles Altairen Draconis the Destroyer (translating from Latin to Atlantis (Orbisians do have a concept of the lost city, though it translates more to a state of enlightenment in their tongue) and Dragon), gotten by slaying a massive army numbering in the hundreds of thousands after awakening from unconsciousness for the first time, and the Gadgyt of Discord's End title, thought to be given upon destroying the Orbisian concept of Chaos and acquiring the powers for himself (granting him better control of the Resonance he uses and putting him way above the normal Gadgyt in their manipulation skill), naming the land the two fought upon Discord's End. It is unknown what it was truly. Ben refuses to speak of it.
- Fights Like a Normal: As a Gadgyt, he is prone to destroying things, a lot. See the Willfully Weak entry below.
- Good Is Not Soft: Ben takes it upon himself to do what he has to in order to keep injustice from being repeated. Even if it means target obliteration.
- Given Name Reveal: The Gadgyt form actually does have a name given to it at one point some 400,000 years in the loop prior. The name is Cygnus, so aptly named after the constellation, and is a reference to a black hole and fictional god of balance. This being due to Ben only giving out the name to those most worthy of his trust. Otherwise, it tends to be referred to by the nickname of Icarus, as traveling under the Orbisian sun is grueling and would recreate the story appropriately.
- Gratuitous Latin: The Gadgyt actually has a distinct name in regards to species as it is written in Latin, Faber-Draco, meaning Craftsman Dragon in our English, however in Draconic it reads Gadgyt. Further still Ben qualifies as Primus, meaning in this case best, or supreme specimen in plain speak. Also Ben has a job back on Orbis (itself a Latin word meaning Earth)that being a Tempore Pastor, Latin for Time Keeper, which on Orbis has a different meaning to dragons. In Draconic, being a Time Keeper means to study history. In wartime, Ben is a Bello, Latin for strategist, who works strategy for the front line in addition to lending his combat prowess.
- The Gunslinger: Zig-zagged: Ben still does carry a few of the aforementioned guns with him, as well as a specialized rifle, tailored to his personal taste (World War I era bolt action rifles modified with modern conveniences), and preferred fighting style of marksmanship, however, in the case of bigger enemies, Ben prefers to be up close and personal. Most of the villains Ben faces in the Data Logs are much faster and much more armored. Hard to hit something so small that is close enough for you to end up damaging yourself or your vehicle.
- To put it one way, a bullet wouldn't even harm any of the da Vichi family due to the metallic forms they acquire. This includes Anya.
- I Have Many Names: Ben has several titles referring to him. Examples include the spoiler above, Black Jacket, King of Clubs (refering to the club shaped dagger on the back of the jacket), The Destroyer, Four, Judge and Executioner, The Dealer, The Gadgyt of Discord's End, and Crusader.
- Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Most of Ben's closest friends are dragons of varying shapes and sizes. He himself is also one of a humanoid variety.
- To give a simple description Ben's Gadgyt form is close enough to be called a mouse-like dragon.
- Lennon Specs: Oddly, as a Gadgyt, Ben wears a pair, having need of them to observe the sun and its energies to harness it for refilling the crystal at his core.
- Lightning Bruiser: Once the black jacket Ben wears is cast off, his speed increases tenfold, due to the absence of the metallic plates within it. And while the jacket is a form of armor (playing the Shed Armor, Gain Speed trope straight), Ben is far from fragile even without it.
- Mana: Ben's comes in the form of Resonance, a form of Functional Magic in the vein of a Background Magic Field.
- Mask of Power: Inverted, as it gives no powers; however, it returns him to his original state of being, a.k.a. his human self. When removed, the Gadgyt body is revealed. note
- The mask further serves a purpose in the fact that all Orbisian dragons have a spell to Adapt to other environments to fit in. Ben on the other hand didn't, and still doesn't, to this day have the time to cast the spell itself. Thus the need for the enchanted mask.
- No Name Given: While Ben has all these titles and nicknames, the Gadgyt form has no name to its own calling, instead being referred to as Icarus Wayfarer (yet another title).
- Power Limiter: Ben has his trademark black jacket which restricts his speed, but it only works when worn.
- Purple Is Powerful: The Gadgyt body has purple markings as an indicator of the void power Ben has control of.
- Shed Armor, Gain Speed: Happens often in the case of stronger, faster foes, as being a Gadgyt, Ben is notoriously fast. note
- Shock and Awe: Is gifted with the standard Gadgyt trait of lightning elemental affinity, to the point of Magnetism Manipulation. This allows for walking up walls as well.
- Sleep-Mode Size: Averted. While Gadgyts are small, they are far from different than the rest of Orbis' denizens.
- The Stoic: More a case of The Quiet One, Ben rarely emotes as he's mostly up inside his head occupied with a puzzle, riddle, or some combination thereof. When he does speak up or emote, take note, as his input may just be more than meaningful. It may very well be enough to keep someone sane. It doesn't help that a major key to understanding a Gadgyt's body language requires fore-knowledge of their ear fins' positioning and correct reads of aforementioned ear fin positioning.
- Sword Beam: As seen in the Roleplays, in the fight with Necrodeus, the resulting single stroke that killed him is such, being the full effect of the sword Excellus. Excellus rends through space, cutting all in its way and can strike in such a manner, even in a full continuous swing. Even a high-speed figure eight works.
- Talking the Enemy Into Non-Combat: What Ben tries first in most cases of an opponent willing to listen.
- Walking Armoury: Combined with Hyperspace Arsenal, Ben has many a weapon at his disposal. Some are on full display at arms reach.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Played straight on a crazy scale. Da Vichi's death treats Ben to so much ire, it is the one thing that starts his whole plotline through Orbis, the residents of Central City not realizing that had he failed, they would have suffered at da Vichi's grand master plan; better the planet by destroying and "rebuilding" the human race as his servants to do his everlasting bidding with no escape and no free will, because it only sounded so perfect (only way of putting it nicely and shortly).
- Willfully Weak: Ben fights this way, as the more control he can maintain, the better the results usually are. This mostly only works if his cool can be maintained, though. Otherwise, the power limits come off and risk-taking occurs as his patience thins. Then the Blood Groove begins.
- The final straw manifests as the easily swung, space rending, longsword-greatsword hybrid Excellus, which also fires sword beams that rip through space.
- World's Best Warrior: On Orbis, this is pure fact, going so far as to be a Multi-Melee Master. On Earth however, it manifests down to an odd fighting style making use of a few purpose built weapons.
- Xanatos Speed Chess: Ben's plans are mostly forms of this, as improvisation is key to Orbisian styles of combat, which really affects his thinking. Be very careful when the Gadgyt grins from ear to ear. It may all be a ruse, or is it? Or it is about to enter a Blood Groove. You never know with Gadgyts.
- Even more interesting is the fact that Ben is a pawn in a longer gambit to another dragon on earth with the plight of Prescience Is Predictable.
- Zen Survivor: Mostly the reason why Ben cares not for the waking world as well as barely interact with it. Doesn't help he was taught by one. See the Alone in a Crowd entry above.
The Mother Of Dragons
A dragon from Orbis and Ben's love interest. She acts as a surrogate mother, giving birth for couples who cannot. This leaves her rather bloated in almost all of her appearances, but she is far from harmless.
- Baby Factory: Played with. Half her character is about birth, but the other half is portrayed as much more normal than most of the other cast members.
- Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Burninating the Collins just wouldn't be as cool if she wasn't a dragon.
- For a little more detail, Synder is of the Orbisian species known as Minaps (pronounced Min-apps (thinking of the word Manipulation helps) due to their great skill in manipulating the Arcane), a race of dragons devoted (but not fully) to the Arcane.
- Team Mom: Her maternal instincts are not lost on the cast. Except maybe Collin. She really doesn't like him.
- Official Couple: Ben and Synder.
- Only Sane Man: Of Ben's group, though she does have her moments.
- Pregnant Badass: Pregnant half the time? Check. Nigh-unstoppable fire-breathing bringer of death? Check.
- Trademark Favorite Food: As a dragon, she eats lots of meat.Cosmo: That explains why the nearby burger joints have been so successful these past years.
- When All You Have Is a Hammer...: In the roleplays, her strategy is claw and burn, or claw and burn harder.
- Irony kind of kicks in though when this works better then the enormous amount of magic Synder has at her disposal.
The Woman Made of Science
A genetically engineered girl with power over the nanomachines in her body found by Ben during his adventures.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: She was absent for a long time, but is a major character in Kid Icarus Downfalling.
- Cure for Cancer: Like her older sister, she too was exposed to her father's radical cure. However, unlike her sister and father, Ben was able to stop it from affecting her too badly, much at the cost of extreme genetic instability and a loss of memory. Due to this, Anya spends a lot of time in cryogenic suspension, as Ben fears the consequences of revealing what she actually looks like, and further potential instabilities occuring.
- Genius Ditz
- Genki Girl: From the logs, it is revealed this is due to the transformation process in her case being incomplete, due to Ben being able to prevent it. This is the side effect most present.
- Glacier Waif: In Kid Icarus Downfalling, she is given the heavier weapons, like clubs and cannons.
- Healing Hands: She can perform highly advanced surgery with her nanomachines.
- Prehensile Hair: Uses her hair as a weapon in similar ways to Eve.
- Shapeshifting: Post Time-Skip, Anya manages to gain control of the nanomachines in her body and is able to use them to convert her entire body into anything she pleases. For example, an arm into a sword. This also includes being able to process matter from outside her body to integrate it with hers to use as further material. She commonly takes on a form resembling a Centaur to help optimize for travel and strength.
The Bird Without Wings/Necromantic Cat
A foreign exchange student from Japan. She and her siblings were forced to flee their home when Tora accidentally revealed them as werebeasts. Tori herself changes into a nekomata during the full moon.
- Acrofatic: Post time-skip. Her overblown weight doesn't seem to keep her from moving and jumping around at all in fact, she easily qualifies as a Lightning Bruiser.
- Artistic License Animal Care: Averted. She is lactose intolerant even when she isn't a cat. However, it's played straight in that she can still eat chocolate.
- Big Beautiful Woman: Downplayed and Exaggerated. Despite serious weight gain after the timeskip, Matt still finds her attractive. But some of the other cast members fear for her health. The exaggeration comes in the fact that post-timeskip Matt can barely lift her!
- Cat Girl: Has elements of this when about to transform.
- FaceHeel Turn: She becomes harshly antagonistic towards the Heroes League in the Mogeko Castle RP arc, where she has enough of Mordred threatening her family.
- HeelFace Revolving Door: It only lasts until the next comic RP before she's back to being a good guy (though she still hates Mordred).
- Involuntary Shapeshifter: Unlike her older siblings, Tori has no control over when she transforms, and very little control over what she does while transformed. At least before the time skip.
- Katanas Are Just Better: Unlike her brother, she does use a katana as an adult.
- Meaningful Name: Averted. "Tori" means "bird", but she's a were-nekomata.
- Necromancy: An ability she gains when she fully transforms.
- OOC Is Serious Business: She loses it completely with Mordred shortly after his attempt to kill Ne. And by lose it, we mean she declares the entire Belnades and Calibur families her enemies and denies Miriam from ever marrying Ne (whom she almost killed herself over), purely to spite him. And she kicks Matt out of the house out of disgust at his Blood Knight tendencies, much to the shock of Artemis and Luigifan.
- Pun: As an adult, she is a fat cat.
- Ronin: Her fighting style is based on overblown anime renditions of dishonorable ones. This is in direct contrast to Boar's honorable samurai schtick.
- Silk Hiding Steel: She is rather meek and humble as an adult. But push her too far, and...
- Took a Level in Badass: She goes from being completely incapable of fighting without help to a Lightning Bruiser that can raise skeletal minions.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Catnip when she transforms fully, and silver at all times. This has cost her lots of change.
The Youkai Yakuza
Tori's older brother and a businessman in the field of electronics. He works hard for his younger sister, but barely cares for Tora.
- Big Brother Instinct: Acts very much like an Overprotective Dad towards Tori, though he's actually her big brother. It's so extreme that at one point in the roleplays, Artemis half-jokingly accuses him of having a romantic desire for her, to which he angrily roars "I WOULD DO NO SUCH THING!!!"
- Every Japanese Sword Is a Katana: Averted. He uses a Tsurugi.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: He's notably taller than his wife, Rosa.
- Meaningful Name: One of the few werebeasts to actually be named after what he transforms into.
- My Sister Is Off-Limits!: He does not approve of Matt and Tori's relationship, nor does he have much patience for those who do approve (such as Tora and Luigifan).
- Race Fetish: Has a confirmed Cute Monster Girl fetish which also extends to Mobians.
- Samurai: His way of fighting, at least, when he isn't turning into a giant pig man.
- Voluntary Shapeshifter: Fully in control of his werebeast transformation.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Silver.
- Yakuza: He used to be the head of a surprisingly nice one.
The Iron Liver
The middle child of the werebeast family. As she turns into an oni, her desire for alcohol leads to a plethora of misfortune and was the reason why she and her siblings left Japan.
- Berserk Button: Does not approve of Rebecca's plan. All because it made Collin turn to alcoholism using her beer.
- The Big Guy: The tallest cast member, and is only outdone in raw strength by Synder.
- Foreign Wrestling Heel: She got shoehorned into this, much to her dismay.
- Hard-Drinking Party Girl
- Meaningful Name: Like Tori, averted. Her name means "tiger", but she turns into an Oni.
- Shipper on Deck: Supports Matt and Tori's relationship, which is another reason why Boar doesn't like her.
- The Unfavorite: Between her and Tori, Boar definitely prefers Tori. This is partially because Boar is the breadwinner of the group and Tora has no excuse for relying on him. And drinking as much as she does. And constantly crashing his car. And shipping Tori with a deadbeat. Though Boar actually still cares about her. He just refuses to show it.
- Voluntary Shapeshifter: Tora's degree of control over her transformations is between Boar's and Tori's. She's much more in control than Tori, but is implied to be at least somewhat dependent on her pendant for that control.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Silver.
- Wrestler in All of Us: Becomes a professional wrestler for a mixed fighting style organization after the timeskip.
- Youkai: As a were-Oni, she typically drinks a lot and wields a kanabō when something pisses her off.
The Endless Stupidity/Undeterred fool
An incredibly mentally challenged jerk. He is perverse and a fan of outlandish violence and refuses to believe anything he doesn't like. Especially annoying to Matt because despite Collin's claim that they're friends, Matt hates him because his stupidity is what got him killed. Later, he realizes the problems his actions have caused and betters himself during his own adventure.
- Abhorrent Admirer: He is this to all women he deems attractive. He also has one in "Chase's" demon counterpart, "Lucy".
- All Men Are Perverts: He thinks so, but he is the only male to act perverted.
- Berserk Button: He hates things that can possess people, especially ones that abuse their host. This leads to him delivering a Curb-Stomp Battle to Snake-Jaw.
- Blessed With Suck: His aura is so chaste that it drives off cubi and makes anyone nearby lose their lustful drive. It also means every girl in the world refuses his advances, though that might actually be a good thing for everyone else.
- The Bully: He's basically little more than a troll and not even a particularly effective one. At least, up until he toughened up and became outright malicious. Thankfully, he got better.
- The Chosen One: Turns out he was one of seven children destined to help stop some renegade demons from causing chaos all over the world. Who knew?
- Conspiracy Theorist: Part of the reason why he's a gynophobe. After losing Alison, he started believing that all women in general were working together to kill him for his old perverted behavior.
- The Ditz
- Dumbass No More: Post-time skip.
- Irony: Is the most perverted member of the cast. So naturally a spirit of pure chastity lives inside his soul.
Collin: *While Ivy is falling to her death and he has the chance to save her* Guh... I can't do it... I just can't...
- After the timeskip, his Casanova Wannabe traits are replaced with a crippling case of gynophobia. However, it is less funny when it results in him doing nothing to help women.
- Hero of Another Story: Between the timeskip, he is tasked with stopping some demons causing chaos.
- Logical Weakness: While he can dodge just about any attack, be it physical or magical, he is helpless against attacks that target his senses.
- Moral Myopia: Pre-timeskip Collin is stated to literally not understand people having their own opinions.
- OOC Is Serious Business: For someone who is for lack of a better term, useless, he's utterly merciless when his Berserk Button gets pressed. Case in point, Lucy (the demon) was on the receiving end of a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown, and Snake-Jaw was violently torn out of Maxmillian, piece by piece.
- Over Protective Dad: Subverted. He really wants to be one to Hebi, but he scares Collin too much for him to try this.
- The Load: A trait he loses once he starts thinking about things between the time skip... only to fall back into this by having Gynophobia in a World of Action Girls.
- Take That!: His pre-timeskip personality was a take that to an annoying classmate the cartoonist hated.
- Too Dumb to Live: His entire pre-timeskip character in a nutshell. And, yes, it leads exactly where youd expect.
- Took a Level in Badass: Gains the ability to pass through solids and walk on non-solids once "Chase" wakes up.
- Weaksauce Weakness: EVERYTHING pre-timeskip. Post-timeskip changes this to just women, with a few exceptions, which the mere sight of causes him to panic.
Tropes for Unlucky 7
- Armor-Piercing Attack: He abuses these regularly on account of not being very strong himself.
- Glass Cannon: Collin's ability to ignore the defenses of the team's enemies make him incredibly useful in taking down threats, but he's softened up since White Dark Life. His pain tolerance skyrockets when he snaps though.
- Kung-Fu Sonic Boom: Collin manages to weaponize this as his power allows him to treat air like a solid object and thus give it enough force to cause damage.
- Leeroy Jenkins: His main tactic when it comes to conflict is to make a beeline towards an enemy and take them out. His other tactic being to do the exact same thing but while remaining hidden. He sometimes elevates to being The Berserker when pushed far enough.
- Mistaken for Badass: The other Unlucky 7 members believe a lot of his blunders to be intentional acts in their favor. In truth, outside his powers, he's still as much of a loser as he was in White Dark Life.
The Childless Mother
A drider who lost her children, but one in particular stands out. After the rest were crushed, Entegra became overly protective of her last daughter, Devin. Unfortunately, Dark Matt kills Devin. This drives Entegra over the edge and causes her to go on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge to take Devin back.
- Bizarre Alien Biology: Her breasts became larger after laying eggs, but they serve no purpose. Her skeleton apparently goes from endo to exo partway through her body. Has eight eyes, two of which are human-like. A human mouth with two spider feeler things, and can spit webbing out of it. Matt at one point decides that her spider abdomen contains all the silk she makes because it makes about as much sense as the rest of her.
- Black Widow: Literally, she's a black widow drider.
- Killed Off for Real: Dies before the start of the timeskip. It's implied that she died of old age.
- Mama Bear: The only times she ever behaves nice is when Devin is with her and she knows Devin's safe. And nobody is doing anything to set her off.
- Non-Mammal Mammaries: She has large breasts, but they don't seem to have a purpose. Though she does claim they ruin her figure.
- She also claims that drider breasts only develop after giving birth... and also that driders can only produce one brood before becoming infertile. And also that the breasts are not used for feeding the young. This baffles Luigifan, who, being a biologist, is left to wonder why such a trait would evolve in the first place. Though it's eventually revealed that Entegra has no understanding of biology, so it's likely that she simply gave incorrect answers based off her understanding.
- Punny Name: Her name can be played with to make "negra (black) widow".
- Rule of Funny: She's Welsh. Why? Because Welsh sounds funnier than other English-speaking countries.
- Stock British Phrases: "Bloody hell" and "Wanker" are common phrases she uses.
- Spider People: A fact that terrorizes Matt a lot.
- Super Strength: Despite her tiny size, she is effortlessly capable of flinging the normal-sized characters around, and especially Collin.
- In the roleplays, it's noted that she may be even stronger than Knuckles the Echidna. So it's no wonder that in battles between Entegra and her archenemy, Wrapsodi Skuttla (who is just barely slower than Sonic the Hedgehog), Entegra is victorious 19 times out of 20.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Matt.
- Your Size May Vary: Canonically, she's six inches tall. However, she suddenly changes to six feet to fit in with the others during the roleplays.
The Sad Puppeteer of Fools/Puppeteer of Unknown
Entegra's youngest child. Unfortunately, she was killed and taken by Dark Matt purely to spite her mother. Though Artemis takes good care of her, she deeply misses her mother.
- Adorably Precocious Child
- Angst? What Angst?: Is rarely seen crying about being a kidnap victim, instead usually crying about getting hurt or getting lost.
- Cloning Blues: She's actually a clone of Entegra, made by Dark Matt and Artemis to manipulate Entegra into hating them.
- Damsel in Distress: Though unlike Cosmo, Dark Matt keeps a pretty good grip on Devin.
- Ridiculously Cute Critter
- Ship Sinking: Devin is entirely uninterested in Luigifan18's Lucas. Pommyman had to retcon a conversation between Matthew Prower and Eric because Devin couldn't have married Lucas because she was either homeless at the time or the Head Maid, which speaks for itself.
- Later notes have, however, noted that she does have interest in him as an adult. Maybe. Actually, it's ascended to full on Perverse Sexual Lust.
- Spider People: Heavily masked by a curse, however. This doesn't stop people from knowing she's a spider, which was simply Hand Waved as her having a "Spidery aura".
- Third-Person Person: Devin no know what Troper mean by this "I" thing Troper talk of.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Gradually takes more and more levels in Jerkass as the comic (and roleplays) continue. After the time skip, she's even more of an asshole than her mother was.
- You No Take Candle: Artemis couldn't be bothered to teach her English.
The Marionette Gemini
A pair of puppet-like familiars owned by Devin. They are exceptionally loyal to her and all of their previous masters.
- Engrish: Marian Lv 2 either is speaking by way of nonsense, or in a most posh and eloquent manner. Justified in that she uses such odd speech patterns to make Devin laugh.
- Evolving Weapon: They grow in power and change in appearance the stronger their summoner is. They have gone through three appearances, starting as jesters, changing to a Knight in Shining Armor and a Cute Witch who spouts memes, and then changing again to a gold-plated hero and an elegant sorceress.
- Guys Smash, Girls Shoot: Marion is male and acts as a warrior, whereas the female Marian uses magic.
- Non-Ironic Clown: Their first level of summoning has them dressed up as jesters.
- Punny Name: In Spanish, "-a" is used for effeminate objects and "-o" is used for masculine objects. Guess which is male and which is female.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Being made of wood, they are very weak to fire.
The Criminal of Worthless Crimes/Blood Writing Demon Lord
The cast-off darkness from Matthew's life formed into what is called a Shadow, a kind of subclass to sinners. He was entrusted to Artemis, who was supposed to punish him for the actions the original Matthew made, but due to her own madness, Artemis quickly turned Dark Matt into her boyfriend. He has since acquired his own identity and acts out malicious intents on a whim. He has no rhyme or reason for why he targets Cosmo; he does it because he can.
- Bondage Is Bad: His true form has thorny vines instead of wings that, if they aren't being used at the moment, wrap around his body to bind his arms.
- Combat Sadomasochist: He utterly loves torturing villains, and if his thorns are any indication, is totally okay with hurting himself for fun.
- Creepy Good: Once he becomes a demon lord. He goes about his work namely, rewarding good deeds and punishing bad deeds in a gleeful and remorseless manner. He's a "good" guy.
- Enemy Without: He is literally the worst parts of Matthew, having little empathy or self-control. Well, he tries to act like he doesn't.
- Evil Is Burning Hot: To the point that he is outright immune to fire.
- Fake Ultimate Mook: He's a bit of a threat, but once his true nature is revealed, he is completely helpless.
- Green Thumb: Alongside his book, this is his only means of attacking. It mostly takes the form of thorny vines that he uses to humiliate and shred apart anything he can't use his real powers on... And himself.
- Henpecked Husband: He is clearly not the one wearing the pants in his relationship.
- Love Martyr: He's loved back, but when the girlfriend is a Horny Devil, this tends to not end well.
- Man of Wealth and Taste: Post-timeskip, of course. Pre-timeskip, he wears a t-shirt like everyone else.
- Noble Demon: Literally becomes demon nobility after marrying Artemis. By all accounts zigzagged, though. He tries to be taken seriously, but he sparingly does actual evil at first, but then he tries to kill Cosmo, but does a HeelFace Turn soon after.
- Official Couple: Artemis and "Dark" Matthew Astarte.
- The Power of Hate: It's his life force pre-timeskip.
- Reality Warper: After the timeskip, he loses the power of mimicry in exchange for this. More precisely, he becomes the embodiment of Laser-Guided Karma. More precisely still (and metaphorically speaking), the laser-guidance system.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Like Matt, he can't stand head injuries, but he has some unique ones, such as holy weapons. His fear of blood is far greater than Matt's, to the point that a bloody cut results in him cowering in fear.
- Wild Card: He's referred to as this by Legault in the roleplays. This does not describe his allegiance (though he's often a Wild Card in that regard as well), but rather how dangerous he is.
- This carries over to the timeskip, where his strength fluctuates rapidly depending on the context. Against irredeemable characters, he can turn into a Deus ex Machina if need be, but outside those events, he tends to be fairly weak.
The Princess of the Dead House/Endless Shadow Armed Demon Lady
A demon noble who is in charge of punishing Dark Matt. This would have been a good idea had events 400 years ago not made her a little mad. In the end, she claims Dark Matt as her boyfriend and starts planning how to keep him for herself.
- Abhorrent Admirer: Becomes this to Altair when he finds out she's a demon. When she finally gets past him, though, he gets everything he thought she was.
- Absurdly Youthful Mother: By demon standards, she is only 18 when she gives birth to Priscilla.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: She's actually the size of a small building.
- Casting a Shadow: She can summon hordes of shadow arms from her shadow, hence her alt title. This extends to pulling people into her own personal Pocket Dimension in the form of her shadow.
- Dark Is Not Evil: She uses shadows to grab and attack enemies only after becoming a good guy.
- Horny Devil: Naturally, though she prefers to eat with her hands.
- Horrible Judge of Character: Sees nothing wrong with taking her kids to a haunted pizzeria. Of course, given that she's a powerful demon...
- Humanoid Abomination: Her true form is a vaguely human-shaped mockery of an hourglass figure. How so? There is nothing but her spine between her breasts and thighs.
- I Want Grandkids: Sees no issue in Dream's advances towards Damien so long as it generates heirs. (This squicks both Damien and Dream out to no end.)
- Last Guy Wins: Dark Matt is her most recent boyfriend, and the one she marries. The last one was Altair.
- Love Freak: The more love there is in the world, the better she eats.
- Mama Bear: As she had to undergo extreme body modification to even have children, attacking her kids could be considered the same as trying to commit suicide.
- Mother of a Thousand Young: Plans to become this to increase the number of Astartes after it was dwindled down to just her. Dark Matt is horrified.
- Official Couple: Artemis and "Dark" Matthew Astarte.
- OOC Is Serious Business: She used to have Undying Loyalty to Altair to the point that she couldn't even think about harming him. But when it looks like Dark Matt is Deader Than Dead because of him, pain and suffering ensues.
- Petite Pride: She could use Buxom Is Better if she wanted to, but she's almost always flat-chested.
- Really 700 Years Old: She's over 1700, but has the body of a teenager. She has an adult's appearance after the timeskip, but she's about 1800 by then.
- Rule of Three: Dislikes include Collin, Collin's soul, and Collin's possessions.
- Shipper on Deck: She'll gladly help those she thinks need to get hitched do so. Sometimes whether they want it or not.
- Sizeshifter: She can change both her overall size and parts of her body at will.
- Statuesque Stunner: She's 6 feet tall, excluding her horns.
- Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: She's about two heads taller than Dark Matt, including horns.
- You Gotta Have Pink Hair: As pink as Amy Rose. It was even like that before hairspray!
A shadow of Ben. Mysteriously, he shows little to no bad will; in fact, he is single-mindedly devoted to creating things that can help the world.
- Aloof Big Brother: By all accounts, he is this to Dark Matt.
- Chaste Hero: Much to the frustration and confusion of Luigifan.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Hasn't appeared in the comics ever since the MS Paint days. He gets barely more focus in the roleplays, to the point where he only gets mentioned in passing post-time-skip.
The Angel of Obsession
An archangel who lived during the Renaissance era. He does not approve much unless it benefits the church. This includes a strong dislike of Matt and Galaxina, viewing one as a "fake angel" and the other as a witch. Despite his yelling, he doesn't do much. Onscreen, at least. Offscreen, he is secretly absorbing the souls of those who have finally been cleansed by hell so he can destroy it once and for all. Reason? Artemis fell in love with him.
- Cain and Abel: He's the Cain.
- Celestial Paragons and Archangels: Only a position such as this could satisfy his ego.
- Defector from Decadence: Thinks of himself as such, but he is far more violent than he claims.
- Good Is Not Nice: Is really mean to those that don't support God. Whenever he tries to spread his religion, he does so by force. As it turns out, he's not a good person at all.
- Light Is Not Good: The arguable villain of the pre-time skip. Dark Matt just doesn't want to die, but Altair? He will not stop until hell is nothing more than nothing simply because Artemis fell in love with him.
- Take That!: Devout Christian, hates homosexuals, thinks God is on his side, incredibly forceful... If only he started protesting things...
- Tautological Templar: He is just because he is an angel. He is an angel because he is just. His plan to destroy Hell continues even after he is told it would create an imbalance in the afterlife, because if he thinks it won't ruin anything, then it won't.
- Story-Breaker Power: While you'd think Matt's ability to become anyone would be broken, in practice, its many drawbacks keep it in check. Altair's real powers, however, are completely broken. With every purified shadow he kills, he gains their strength and skills while simultaneously erasing them from history so no one even knows he murdered a person.
The devil, though not the first one. He is incredibly powerful, but incredibly restricted in his cosmic role. All in all, he's not so bad.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: So much so that Demon Lords like Artemis above are outright afraid of him.
- Bishōnen: Is described as having an appearance similar to Seraph Lamington.
- Cain and Abel: The Abel. Altair even stole his wings!
- Cry for the Devil: He never wanted to be the devil, but without his stolen wings and the hatred for his brother, he's stuck in that position.
- Rules Lawyer
- Satan is Good: Well, he certainly helped Hell's economic problems.
- Theme Naming: His name starts with a Z, and he is the total opposite of his brother Altair.
- The Power of Hate: It's what keeps him at the top rung in Hell.
A fat bearded cartoonist who draws the comic.
- Author Avatar: Took this from Matt when he decided to make him more dynamic.
- Cosplay: Appears in the Fire Emblem Awakening comics as the tactician.
- Epic Fail: Prone to making ludicrous errors in roleplays, up to, and including, mixing up his own characters. Or Luigifan's. Either way, confusion and Hilarity Ensues.
- In comics, his actions as the My Unit usually result in this.
- Self-Deprecation: If he's in a comic, he's either ranting about something, making fun of himself, or having something bad happen to him.
Characters introduced after the timeskip
The Adventuring Flower
The daughter of Tails/Ray note and Cosmo. Adventurous and outgoing, she takes the second in command position of the child cast.
- Big Sister Instinct: She does not take Torch calling Sky a baby well.
- Calling Your Attacks: Psycho Blaze, Psycho Mirror, etc.
- Fashionable Asymmetry: She has only one pigtail and flower thing on the side of her head.
- Gender Equals Breed: She's a Seedrian like her mother.
- Generation Xerox: Like her mother, she is protected by Matt and has to deal with an antagonist who wildly fluctuates all over the Sliding Scale of Villain Threat/Effectiveness (but is usually ineffective).
- I Know Mortal Kombat: Several of the attacks she use are blatantly copied from Street Fighter.
- Little Miss Badass: Especially in roleplays, where she can and will use a weapon if she can get a hold of it.
- The Lancer
- Little Miss Snarker
- Logical Weakness: Downplayed in that its based on just one of her powers: she relies on the target's eyes to hypnotise them, so various factors such as the target looking away or having unusual eyes can render the attempt pointless. A more straight example is that being a Plant Person makes her rather vulnerable to fire.
- The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body: Her hypnosis ability can be used to invert this trope to make targets stronger or get their bodies to heal themselves. Of course, this relies on convincing the target's mind, so anything too ridiculous will be rejected and fail.
- Panty Shot: Unlike Mom, she's explicitly noted to not be wearing pants. Makes one wonder why she uses a Parachute Petticoat...
- Parachute Petticoat: Like her mother, but see Panty Shot for an awkward twist...
- Petite Pride: She explains that she's naturally flat-chested due to being a plant, so there's no point in getting upset over her chest size. That said, she's totally okay with the getting bigger as an adult.
- Plant Person
- Power Perversion Potential: By using hypnosis, she can adjust her hormones to produce, well, obvious results.
- Psychic Child: Her favorite technique is making psychic weapons, though.
- Tomboyish Ponytail
The Cowering Glacier
Ivy's younger brother. He is shy and timid, so he tends to avoid conflicts when they arise, despite having enough strength that he could render Matt obsolete.
- Comically Invincible Hero: Though not fully invincible, his defensive stats are outright insane. Though most of the comical in this case is that he's afraid of the people who he should be able to stand on equal ground with (or even outright outclass).
- Failed a Spot Check: Being part plant, animals don't really seem to acknowledge him. He manages to take advantage of this by becoming a wildlife photographer as an adult.
- Gender Equals Breed: He's a fox in the comics and a flying squirrel in the roleplays.
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Only wearing a sweater, but it's far more than most male Mobians wear.
- Lightning Bruiser: Stat-wise, he's this. Good luck getting him to fight, though.
- Lovable Coward: He's not very brave, but he's not a bad person.
- Man on Fire: His fur is noted to be rather flammable, so this is a constant fear of his.
- Once Done, Never Forgotten: He was startled by a goat once, and it's what Ne focuses on for an April Fools' gag.
- Plant Person: It starts to show more as an adult, as some of his fur has clumped together to look like vines.
- Punny Name: There's a bit missing, but his name is supposed to be Kilometers per hour.
- The pun is completely lost in the roleplays, where he's Ray's son instead of Tails's.
- Screams Like a Little Girl: He often gives off high-pitched "Eeee"s when scared. Which is pretty much his default state.
- Super-Strong Child: He manages to lift Tora's kanabō. While flying. He later manages to break through a magically-warded wall that had been thought impossible to bypass through any means short of lifting the ward. Now, if only he wasn't such a coward...
- You Gotta Have Green Fur
The Leader of the New
The daughter of Ben and Synder. The most level-headed of the child characters, a fact that almost always makes her the leader whenever they form a group.
- Boyfriend Bluff: Subverted. She actually does have a boyfriend. Not that this stops suitors from trying in vain.
- Breast Expansion: She gets forced to wear an inflatable bra by Artemis at one point. Surprisingly, it actually proves somewhat helpful by lowering her weight and softening blows.
- Covert Pervert: She shows a surprising amount of sexualness towards Maxmillian.
- Crossover Ship: With Maxmillian.
- D-Cup Distress: Starts off disliking her growth spurt, but ultimately subverted, as she starts having a more positive body image.
- Determinator: She's surprisingly resistant when she wants to be.
- Kill It with Fire
- Fanservice Pack: After the 2015 Halloween comic, she's now noticeably drawn with breasts like the adult characters. (And yes, Maxmillian has taken notice, much to his own confusion.)
- Gag Boobs: Like the Maid, they're not that big, but still make her the butt of several jokes. Ironically, the jokes stop once she's one of the bustiest characters in the series.
- Healing Hands: Healing magic is just one part of her highly diverse skillset.
- Horned Humanoid
- Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Takes after her mother, it seems.
- Jack-of-All-Stats: Her bio claims that she's this.
- Lightning Bruiser: As an adult.
- Ms. Fanservice: An In-Universe example, and something she doesn't like since she only needs one boyfriend.
- Muscles Are Meaningless: She notably lacks muscles, yet manages to be fairly powerful overall.
- Only Sane Man: Of the children and occasionally with the adults as well.
- She Is All Grown Up: Ultimately subverted. The shift from "surprisingly cute teen" to "sexiest non-adult" is irrelevant to winning Maxmillian's heart (hes more impressed by her being a flying, fire-breathing Action Girl).
- A non-sexual variant occurs where her father takes the change as a sign that she's finally becoming an adult.
- Statuesque Stunner: Puberty hit her less like a truck and more like a bullet train. As an adult, she's one of the tallest and bustiest characters.
- Team Mom: When the mothers themselves aren't present.
- Violently Protective Girlfriend: Snake-Jaw learned the hard way that killing her to hurt Maxmillian was probably the wrong way to go about things.
- Winged Humanoid
The Violent Willow
The eldest daughter of Matt and Tori. She is incredibly aloof towards other characters, but still cares about her younger siblings Inu and Uma. Like her mother, she has the ability to transform into an animal.
- A-Cup Angst: Seems to be just a tad obsessed with getting bigger breasts.
- So much so that having C-cups as an adult is considered an important achievement by her.
- Big Eater
- The Big Guy: Strong and brutish, but she does have a soft side.
- Big Sister Instinct
- Blessed With Suck: Saru is none too impressed with what she's capable of, and is jealous of Ne in particular.
- Chivalrous Pervert: She's really into boys, but hurt one that she's interested in and you'll find yourself poisoned and lying on the floor.
- Dinner Deformation: To be expected, as she's a snake person.
- Meaningful Name / Running Gag: Avertednote . Saru means "monkey", not "snake".
- Mighty Glacier
- Muscles Are Meaningless: She actually doesn't show much muscle development despite being one of the strongest of the child characters.
- Muscles Are Meaningful: As an adult, she finally shows some muscles and gains the strength you'd expect to come with them.
- Oblivious to Love: She wants Jonah badly, but for some reason she's convinced that he's not into her despite repeatedly being told the opposite.
- One of the Boys
- Snake People: She turns into a half-snake person, though like Boar, she can do so at will.
- Strong Family Resemblance: Her hair looks a lot like her father's, even though she doesn't try to do so.
- Twerp Sweating: Played with. She does this to her own son instead of his girlfriend.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Silver.
The Never Bored Prankster
The second-oldest child of Matt and Tori. A massive prankster who pranks any and all he can find using the power of mimicry he inherited from his father.
- All Your Powers Combined: His default power like his dad, but in one roleplay, this gets taken to an extreme where he starts getting help from the souls of the deceased for a power boost.
- Arranged Marriage: Tori tries to force a marriage between him and Miriam as a means of apologizing for her previous behavior.
- Fragile Speedster: Physically weaker than his father, but makes up for it by being faster and far more annoying, meaning every hit on him that isn't actually a trick is pretty painful. However, he's noted to have more stamina in terms of maintaining mimicry.
- Irritation Is the Sincerest Form of Flattery: Shares his father's hairstyle, but he actively tries to make it look like such.
- Meaningful Name: Unlike his siblings, "rat" is a pretty valid name, as he is indeed "a sneaky little rat".
- Mundane Utility: He reveals that he's learned how to communicate with other timelines so that he and his other selves can share their pranks!
- No-Sell: A favorite tactic of his is to use a power that negates the damage he takes and act like he really did get hurt (to the frequent distress of Miriam and Viv, though the latter eventually catches on). His Dreamer Ne power is explicitly shown to be functionally invincible via deciding he doesn't want to take damage.
- Oblivious to Love: Doesn't seem to fully understand Miriam's interest in him. In fact, he continuously forgets who she even is! He's actually trying to forget some trauma associated with her, though some alternate timelines show him returning the affection once he's "cured". In the main timeline, though, he only begins pursuing her because he was told to do so.
- One True Threesome: After being told to marry Miriam by his mother, his reaction to finding out she's in love with Sean is to say that all three of them should get married. This gets turned into a One True Foursome to include Viv.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: He's referred to as Ne everywhere, but his name is really Nezumi Mokary.
- The Prankster: With great power, comes great potential for pranks.
- Unreliable Narrator: He becomes this for the 2016 April Fools' comic. He mixes truth with exaggerations, lies, and jokes to make everyone's title suspicious.
- Weaksauce Weakness: He inherited his mother's weakness to silver, despite being a mimic rather than a werebeast.
The Twins of Science
The youngest children of Matt and Tori. They are devout intellectuals who read almost as much as possible, and are prone to throwing a fit if someone won't tell them how something works. They too can transform into animals.
- Berserk Button: Matthew's mere existence is this for Uma. Eventually, he also becomes this to Inu, who hates him for "making him irrelevant".
- Brainy Babies: They are very intelligent, even having started math at one year old.
- Deadpan Snarker: Their typical reaction to feeling like they're Surrounded by Idiots, which is all the time.
- Deconstruction: Uma and Matthew's relationship ends up deconstructing the Rescue Romance. Matthew is utterly convinced that Uma is the one for him and follows the time-honored tradition of daring rescues and tries his hardest to help her. Unfortunately, not only did Uma never like him, but she also feels that she's only being attacked as a means of hurting him, and thus, she's been completely overwritten as a person and is to be nothing more Matthew's girlfriend rather than a scientist like she wants to be.
- Driven to Suicide: Subverted. Uma regularly comments that she feels like killing herself to get away from Matthew, but she never does.
- Half-Identical Twins
- Harping on About Harpies
- Hate at First Sight: Matthew's bad intro was probably the second thing to sink any chances he had with Uma. The first was meeting her.
- Identical Twin ID Tag: Along with Uma being a girl, she also has a hair bun.
- Love Cannot Overcome: And it's not even about the enemies! It's about how Uma is convinced that Matthew's attempts to save her will inevitably result in one very flat and very dead harpy. (Matthew eventually comes to agree with her and officially calls off the relationship, much to her relief.)
- Meaningful Name / Running Gag: Their names mean "Dog" and "Horse", respectively. They turn into harpies.
- Sibling Seniority Squabble: Averted. They were apparently born at the exact same time, according to Tori. Reportedly, they take turns on who is the older sibling.
- Ship Sinking: In the roleplays, Matthew Prower believes Uma is his soulmate. Unfortunately, Uma isn't into romance, and especially not a Rescue Romance. Even Matthew's Character Development into a genuinely competent person doesn't improve her opinion of him all that much.
- Inu similarly rejects all advances towards him by Torch. Of course, she wasn't exactly helping very much when she started squeezing him. His overblown rejection of her causes Torch to reject him in turn, instead focusing her attention on Sky (and, to a lesser extent, Matthew... until she gets fed up with Sky's cowardice and officially becomes Matthew's girlfriend).
- The former ship is no longer sunk as of the distant-future roleplay at "Easter teeth", much to Matthew's surprise, making this a case of Anchored Ship instead. Only to sink again a short bit later when Uma reveals that she wants Matthew to marry her duplicate. Matthew, being decidedly not a Robosexual, can't accept this and hooks up with Torch instead.
- It's eventually revealed why Uma never gave Matthew a chance after his character growth, and it's because Leila thought it would be a good idea to sing a song to get Uma in a romantic mood and had the bad idea to pick a song that had lyrics involving caressing breasts while Uma was still convinced that Matthew wanted nothing more than to have sex with her.
- The Smart Two
- Squishy Wizard: They tend to have a variety of things they are good at puzzle solving, building machines, etc. Fighting, however, is not something they're good at, as they have very poor physical strength and naturally have the defensive capabilities of toilet paper.
- Stuck in Their Shadow: Inu feels that he is this to Uma, as he never got a "romantic pairing" like her with the brief exception with Torch for all of five minutes. Meanwhile, Matthew and Uma's doomed-from-the-start ship was constantly getting brought up, with multiple people desperately trying to fix it even after it hit the unsaveable mark.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Silver.
- Yank the Dog's Chain: Uma finally returns Matthew's feelings! So he can marry her robot duplicate...
The Chocoholic/Full Glutton
The eldest son of Dark Matt and Artemis. Though his parents have long since stopped pretending to be villains, Damien wishes to follow in his parents' old footsteps... Or so he claims, because after his romp in the past, he gives up on evil like his parents.
- Absurdly Youthful Father: The roleplays end up turning him into this during the Ophelia parts of the roleplays. He's a mere 15 and a single parent (his wife is 6 years older than he is).
- All Men Are Perverts: If the roleplays are any indication, he really loves Dream, even if he doesn't fully get it. Presumably, he's equally fond of whoever his wife is in the comics.
- Berserk Button: Attacking or generally upsetting Dream is often met with extreme violence.
- Big Eater: Gluttony demon. Three guesses what his favorite activity is.
- Black Hole Belly
- Comic Trio: Serves as The Leader or The Fool.
- Creepy Child: Whenever his more demonic tendencies begin to pop up. Most notably, he doesn't see much of a problem with inflicting varying degrees of Body Horror and self-mutilation if it'll help him.
- Crossover Ship: Dream x Damien is canon in the roleplays. The comics are a different story.
- Damn You, Muscle Memory!: In-Universe example. His muscle memory is extremely powerful to keep him from eating things he's deemed "inedible"; if it gets deemed inedible, he'll outright lose the ability to even bite that object. Conversely, if it's "edible", he can't resist it if it's on offer.
- Extreme Omnivore: Emphasis on extreme. It doesn't even have to be a tangible object for him to eat it. Like black holes.
- He's also capable of eating visions of the future!
- Fantastic Arousal: As a result of being a Gluttony-Lust Demon hybrid, his belly is an erogenous zone.
- Friendly Fireproof: Damien's acid is designed to be unable to harm Dream out of sheer will to stay on her good side.
- From the Mouths of Babes: Not surprising, given who his mother is. However, it's limited to "sexy" things, as Damien remains oblivious to actual sex.
- Glacier Waif: His standard mobility makes him much slower than everyone else, but his teeth are like axes. Oh, and we did mention that he's a kid, right?
- Heir Club for Men: Averted. His jerkish actions lead to Priscilla becoming the head of the house.
- Horror Hunger: He has to eat anything he can every so often or else he'll immediately begin starving, at which point he turns borderline feral.
- Hulking Out: How his True Form is handled in its early stages. He's not completely out of control when he transforms, but violent doesn't even begin to cover his ensuing actions.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Averted. See Weaksauce Weakness.
- He also has issues with it outside his dietary habits; mostly he fears that a person might break through his stomach lining, thereby killing him. Of course, if he assumes he's dreaming, like in the Mogeko Castle RP arc, it's fair game, since, as it's a dream, he is safe from the repercussions. Of course, learning it wasn't a dream has him vomit just as bad even WITHOUT anything to make him vomit.
- Logical Weakness / Informed Flaw: Eating heavy objects weighs him down, potentially to the point of immobility if he eats too much. Except he seems to have made that up so that Dream could have a turn at keeping him from getting hurt.
- As a gluttony demon, his digestive tract can absorb almost all the nutrients out of food, which also makes him far more susceptible to consumed drugs.
- An inversion is sickness. As his most powerful attacks involve vomiting or exhaling poison, they're more dangerous when he feels sick.
- New Powers as the Plot Demands: Handwaved in the roleplays as him becoming stronger the more affection he feels towards and receives from Dream.
- Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: He calls the idea of being eaten whole and alive by Dream romantic.
- No-Sell: Damien can nullify most attacks by eating them. To illustrate the extent of this, he once ate a black hole.
- Oblivious to Love: He's at least better than Ne, as he understands that he has feelings for Dream. He just doesn't quite understand them yet.
- As the roleplays go on, he becomes less oblivious, and, well...
- Precocious Crush: Subverted. He fully knows what he's doing... At least, he does eventually.
- Poisonous Person: As a manifestation of "filth", his body naturally creates poisons and acids for him to spit at enemies.
- Ribcage Stomach: A look at his innards actually shows that some of his ribs just jut out into his stomach like spikes.
- Single-Target Sexuality: Despite his perverse nature, if it isn't his girlfriend, then it isn't considered gorgeous.
- Stepford Smiler: His 2031 bio reveals that he is completely aware that most of the other characters don't like him and that he chooses to simply ignore that to try and stay "friends" with them.
- This doesn't apply to Dream, though. She's considered his first real friend aside from Nessie.
- Stomach of Holding: Damien learned how to shut off his digestive tract just to be able to do this.
- Sweet Tooth: Loves chocolate above all else.
- Teleport Spam: Which he achieves by EATING himself.
- Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: He used to be this with Dream on account of their age difference, up until Damien started having sudden growth spurts.
- He actually wants to deliberately invoke this trope by learning a shrinking spell.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Though he eats a lot and has a massive appetite, his stomach is very sensitive about undercooked meat, to the point that it's inedible for him. Momoko eventually gets added to this list by virtue of his body itself deeming her to be completely inedible.
The Demon of Light
Damien's younger sister. The youngest out of all the time skip characters at an outstanding ONE year old. Being a pride demon, she has learned how to talk in an effort to draw attention to her. She becomes the new head of the family upon reaching adulthood and encounters some... difficulty with her new position.
- All Women Are Lustful: Comes with being the embodiment of lust.
- Attention Whore
- Brainy Baby: Downplayed in comparison to Inu and Uma, but she's still far more intelligent and competent than a one-year-old could be expected to be. (Though in the Ophelia-timeline RPs, she's apparently nine years old and already capable of functioning as an adult.)
- The Chick: She doesn't do much to help the team she's in outside trying to keep spirits up. Justified in that she is a baby.
- Subverted in Gen 3 where she prefers to support those who fight for her. But if that doesn't work she'll crush the offending target herself.
- Comic Trio: Serves as The Leader or the Only Sane Man.
- Eyes Do Not Belong There: Her true form is covered in eyes.
- Future Bad Ass: Becomes a sword-wielding Magic Knight once she grows up.
- Jack-of-All-Stats: Her adult self is well-rounded, but she isn't spectacular in anything except being pretty.
- Heroes Prefer Swords
- It's All About Me: Subverted. Her ego is huge, but she knows when to admit that she's bested.
- Light 'em Up: Able to manipulate visible light. As a baby, this only allows her to change her hair color. As an adult, she can create illusions, generate blinding flashes, and even use light to blast enemies. The incredible power she has as an adult is foreshadowed in the "Freddie Fun Fest" roleplay when she mops the floor with a shadow-empowered Purple Man.
- Light Is Good: Subverted. Her power is literal light, and as such, is not actually holy.
- Ojou Ringlets: Sports some drill tips at the end of her hair.
- Petite Pride: She prefers a more sleek style of beauty.
- Pink Boy, Blue Girl: Subverted. Though one comic shows her trading a feminine toy for her brother's masculine one, she is also seen having effeminate items in her room.
- Stealth Pun: Her true form is one to the saying "all eyes on me".
- This Is Unforgivable!: Absolutely despises Blake for turning their father into a vegetable.
- Younger Than They Look: In the Ophelia-timeline RPs, she's a nine-year-old adult. By demon years, she's considered an infant.
The Puppeteer of Unknown/Outraged Drider In a maid Outfit
The head maid (only maid actually) of Dark Matt's manor. She's quick to anger and hates almost everything and everyone, though she never gives a reason.
- Berserk Button: Her real name. Devin Whidoe. Say it to her, and she will try to kill you. Say it to a large crowd, and she will try to kill herself.Maid: NEVER SAY MY NAME!! NEVER!!!
- Comic Trio: Unlike Damien, Priscilla, or Nessie, however, she is always the Only Sane Man.
- Covert Pervert: Has the dirtiest mind of the adult cast, though it shows very rarely.
- It shows much more often after the Mogeko Castle arc, where she takes off the entire month of December with the stated purpose of having as much sex as possible with Lucas.
- The Cynic
- Dark Action Girl: Of an Anti-Hero variety.
- Deadpan Snarker: She talks like this all the time.
- D-Cup Distress: One of the top things on her dislike list is "Her boobs". She is not above using them to distract others, though.
- Deal with the Devil: Kind of how she got her job in the first place. Though by Gen 3 she's completely turned the tables on Dark Matt, either leaving or being promoted by Artemis depending on if you're reading the comics or R Ps.
- Gag Boobs: They're not unrealistic, but she is the go-to character for boob jokes.
- Give The Dog A Bone: The roleplays show her actually regain her ability to not hate everything and actually enjoy life again.
- Half the Woman She Used to Be: Lost her lower legs due to an "Incident". It involved a new GUN robot.
- Horny Devils: Becomes one in the roleplays to cement her status as the Astarte's servant.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Slowly edges into this over the course of the roleplays.
- Kick Chick: For good reason, as she can indeed kill people with her kicks. Tails ends up learning this the hard way in the roleplays, after he makes the mistake of pressing her Berserk Button.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast / Fun with Acronyms: Her alternate title, Outraged Drider In a maid Outfit, sounds funny at first, but the capital letters are a clue to just how much she hates everything.
- Ninja Maid: Has deadly kicks because her prosthetics were made a little too strong.
- Only in It for the Money: It's obvious she only works for Dark Matt because of how much she's paid. Particularly since he kinda sorta kidnapped her as a child.
- Pet the Dog: She seems to actually approve of Dream and Damien's relationship and sabotages BILL's coding so he won't try to break them up.
- Rescue Romance: It's hinted that she wants Lucas precisely because he helped her back when she was Devin.
- Spider People: Though with her lower half missing, she can pass herself off as a human.
The Mute Siren
Damien's "pet" anglerfish mermaid. She used to be pretty tiny, but because Damien knows his stuff, he flushed her down the toilet to abuse the sewer radiation to get a giant unstoppable minion. She grew to about six feet.
- Alluring Anglerfish: As one would expect, she has a glowing lure stuck to the top of her head. She also has spots along her arms and other parts that light up, too.
- Ambiguous Sex: Nessie is clearly a FEMALE anglerfish, but given how her species reproduces, she might have a certain male part.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Supposed to be this, but sewer radiation isn't what it used to be.
- Comic Trio: Serves as The Fool or the Only Sane Man.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Speech limitations or not, Nessie is a plain and simple ditz. But under the right circumstances, like say, piloting a Humongous Mecha...
- Fan Disservice: Anglerfish mermaid. That is not an attractive combo, or at least, it's supposed to be unattractive.
- Genius Ditz: Somehow proves to be a better mech pilot than both Matt and Tori.
- Going Commando: which has led to some in-universe Fan Disservice from time to time.
- Power Armor: Her main craft.
- Sirens Are Mermaids: She speaks in short, sometimes broken English. This is because men (and simple-minded women, like Tora) near her are driven mad by her voice.
- When around women or having already screwed up, she uses normal speech. Lots and lots of normal speech...
- Slapstick Knows No Gender: If she and Damien both do something stupid, they both get punished.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Tuna.
- Ugly Cute: Supposed to be this, but exactly how ugly she is is debatable. Word of God is that this is to highlight the Double Standard against ugly girls.
- The Wonka: She has a ditzy side, especially when around men susceptible to her voice. But she is actually much smarter than she looks, and in one roleplay, she piloted an Armored Core to a much better degree than Matt.
The Empty Lover
A "Boyfriend Invented for Lonely Ladies", B.I.L.L. is a robot designed to be a boyfriend for women who can't get any. As such, he is programmed to be sweet, kind, and affectionate, without being lewd. The Astartes bought a B.I.L.L. for their maid as a gift... but she just finds him irritating.
- Barbie Doll Anatomy: His nether regions weren't built for anything more than having a human shape. The Maid surprisingly hates this.
- The Ditz: B.I.L.L. isn't very intelligent, and the values he was designed around are a bit... out-of-date.
- Dogged Nice Guy: Intentionally programmed to be one. They got the "nice" down-pat (rather eerily so), but made the "dogged" a bit too strong.
- This makes a lot more sense given that their creator, Caroline, has no social skills.
- Epic Fail: With the combined out-of-date standards and his rather brittle personality settings, very few BILLs have actually been sold and their product line has become a laughingstock.
- The Scrappy: In-universe example.
- Even Caroline, their product maker, hates them. Kinda makes sense, since she wanted them to be caretakers for sick people instead of fake boyfriends, though.
- Squick: He doesn't like the fact that the Maid saved lewd images into his databanks.
- The Thing That Would Not Leave: B.I.L.L. is designed to be pretty single-minded in his affection, meaning he doesn't plan to leave the Maid's side anytime soon.
- The Woobie: In-universe. Members of his product line are thrown away when their owners get real boyfriends. This really hurts B.I.L.L., because the box says they're 100% recyclable.
The Dragon Successor
Boar's son and inheritor of his fortune. Much like his father, he cares deeply about his pride and is unwilling to back down once pushed, and also rather hates Matt. He is capable of turning into an Eastern-Style dragon (think Shenron and that about sums it up) at will, but proves to be a far more skilled swordsman than one would expect.
- Berserk Button: He hates fast food, particularly the greasy kind.
- Older Cousin Instinct: He has been noted to disapprove of Matthew and Miriam's affection for his cousins, but considers Torch to have good enough blood for Inu.
- He initially disapproved of Jonah as well before Saru got violent. Needless to say, Jonah was immediately considered worthy.
- Buxom Is Better: If his interactions with Momoko are to be believed, he prefers his girls busty, though he views Momoko as off-limits for multiple reasons, the main reason being this trope. Interspecies Romance not being among them, if his parents are any indication.
- Dragons Up the Yin Yang
- Establishing Character Moment: His intro practically plays him up as a stereotypical anime shonen hero come to save the day, and it outright pisses Ne off.
- Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Less bad and more snobbish, but still, mother is high on his likes list.
- Heroic Bastard: Played with. His parents didn't marry until after his birth, so he's more of a Hero-Born-Out-Of-Wedlock.
- Heroic Self-Deprecation: Despite being a prideful character, he actually ends up being quick to diss himself under certain occasions.
- Mixed Ancestry: Father is Japanese, Mother is African American. The result is an African Japanese, as he calls himself. Subverted when we learn that it's actually a case of Interspecies Romance.
- Princely Young Man
- The Proud Elite: But at the same time, he also feels like he's supposed to be a beacon of encouragement for "the commoners".
- Rich Boredom: To the point that he made up his own philosophy just to feel like he had a reason in life.
- Sex Is Evil, and I Am Horny: His interactions with Momoko show that he has sexual interest in her, but he finds these feelings appalling for a man such as himself and plans to overcome them. Too bad Artemis (and later Luigifan) took note of this... and then Momoko began to reciprocate his interest.
The Street Witch
Boar's wife and the mother of Ryu. As of this post, little is known about her, but her relationship with her husband and son have indicated that she is of a threatening disposition, is sexually attractive, and has a fondness for fast food.
- Big Breast Pride: As expected of the bustiest cast member. She's especially boastful of the fact that they fact that they make up a small percentage of her own weight.
- Berserk Button: She'll utterly decimate anyone who dares claim her breasts aren't natural.
- Breast Expansion: A pet peeve of hers. She outright refuses to make potions with this purpose. Because she tried that once. The results were... not pretty. Thankfully, she got better.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: Particularly with cooking. As a witch, her cooking skills have obviously grown alongside her potion brewing, but getting fast food is easier.
- Dark-Skinned Blonde
- The Dreaded: When Randy suggests that Ryu perform seppuku and then attacks him, Luigifan's response is to inform Rosa about it. Pretty much everyone is very worried when he announces what he just did.
- Fantasy Counterpart Culture: Despite being a Mobian (aka, a Funny Animal), her DNA is apparently the equivalent of an African American.
- More directly to this trope, her ancestry is stated to come from Mazuri, which is the Sonic equivalent of Africa anyway.
- Gag Boobs: Artemis and Dark Matt claim this to be her most defining feature when they look into Boar's future. This says something given that she's a Mobian Hedgehog.
- Hot Witch: Gag Boobs and a title of "Street Witch". No clues here.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: She's little over half as tall as most of the other adult cast members.
- Interspecies Romance: With Boar.
- Major Injury Underreaction: She once had her chest explode. She then proceeded to casually create a healing potion because having your chest blown up is considered "annoying" by her.
- My Beloved Smother: She's not quite this, but Ryu's actions seem like this was a case at one point.
- Shipper on Deck: Despite Ryu's beliefs, Rosa actually supports the idea of Ryu and Momoko getting together.
- Trademark Favorite Food: She is quite the fan of things like burgers and chicken and, well, greasy foods in general.
- Vain Sorceress
- Victoria's Secret Compartment: Considering she is the bustiest cast member, this was a given. According to Ryu, she only stopped carrying him this way when he was 11.
The Glutton of Desire
Damien from a time even further into the future. A villain that is childish and goofy at some points yet cold and deadly at others, presumably because he went insane after losing his wife. He runs across the time stream taking women from all over time to add to his "friendship harem".
- Archnemesis Dad: Is this to Ophelia. She doesn't like the fact that he'd rather hang out with women than play with her like they used to.
- Big Eater: Inverted. Despite being a gluttony demon, he eats surprisingly little.
- Bishōnen: Messy hair and tacky suit aside, he's rather good looking. A bit of Fridge Brilliance considering his heritage?
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Damien was a pretty good guy until the emotional despair of losing his wife empowered his shadow.
- Buzzsaw Jaw: Literally, his teeth can move like a buzzsaw chain.
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: His "friendship harem" is literally a harem where all the women he's captured are all friends with him. Blake finds the idea of having sex with them disgusting.
- Future Me Scares Me: He does not shy away from targeting Damien with his antics.
- His powers are all bigger, badder versions of Damien's to the point that even Ophelia can get hurt by them.
- Horrible Judge of Character: The only other known person to like Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. Just like his mother.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Subverted. Unlike Damien, he could eat people if he wanted to, but that's gross. Biting, however, isn't out of the ordinary (though Damien bites if he needs to, he doesn't enjoy it).
- With the reveal that Damien got sick from going Humanitarian, it's likely that Blake is aware of what would happen if he tried this.
- Master Poisoner: Willfully poisoned his father into an unending coma just to try and become the head of his family. And that's not getting into the fact that he can breathe poison at will.
- Psychopathic Man Child: If you are an adult and your idea of a harem consists of pillow fights and video games, you are a man child.
- Troll: Constantly belittles and taunts others.
- Sweet Tooth: One of the many traits he kept from his childhood.
- What the Hell, Hero?: He mercilessly tears into the Heroes League for recruiting the White Dark Life cast despite the fact they're from a completely different world and putting what are supposed to be comedians against very legitimate threats.
The Lost Pirate
Blake's daughter. She is incredibly imaginative and playful, but ultimately she secretly blames herself for not helping her father stay sane.
- Berserk Button: She really hates it when Eloria shows motherly affection.
- Big Eater: Inherited from her father, though she drinks more orange juice rather than food.
- Black Hole Belly
- Early-Bird Cameo: Appears on a time card two days before her first real appearance.
- Happily Adopted: Is pretty happy living with her Aunt, but really wants her father back.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Once again, Averted.
- Instant Plunder, Just Add Pirates: She constantly pretends to be a swashbuckling pirate. Despite her skills, the fact that she's a demon pirate with animal features makes some find her silly.
- Little Bit Beastly: According to her father, she has fox ears and a tail.
- Missing Mom: Her mother was sent away because Luke ruled that a woman as pure as her could not be allowed to stay in Hell.
- Dream, her mother in the roleplays, does try to visit her whenever she can. However, even when she's not headed off by Luke before even arriving, Ophelia doesn't seem to recognize the familial relationship. At least, not until Bezel points it out to her.
- Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Part human, part demon, part Mobian, part pirate. 100% no idea what's going on in the world.
- No-Sell: She is completely immune to acidic and poison based attacks and hazards.
- Shrug of God: Her comic mother is never revealed, but implied to be a Mobian. In the roleplays, however, her mother is Dream.
- Sizeshifter: Just as her father is meant to represent the "filth" of gluttony, Ophelia represents "excess", allowing her to enlarge or shrink items or herself. In the roleplays, she's not above combining this with her Combat Clairvoyance to humiliate people who annoy her too much, as Altair learned the hard way.
- Trademark Favorite Drink: Orange Juice.
- Weapon Jr..: Averted. Priscilla gave her a real sword and is naturally called out for giving a little child a deadly weapon.
The 13th Beast
Damien's boss (from 2050 or so) and Demon Lord of Wrath. Constantly scheming to accomplish any goal she deems worth fighting for, with her current one being to unite the demon lord bloodlines into the perfect demon, starting with the Astartes. It all turns out to be a lie she made up as an excuse to try and help Ophelia. She also appears in the 2031 comics where she plots to overthrow her father as the Demon Lord of Wrath.
- Abhorrent Admirer: Is this to Adult!Damien. As Blake, he still doesn't like her. It turns out she doesn't like either in the first place.
- An Ice Person: She's able to form ice around her body as either weapons or defensive objects.
- Cool Big Sis: To Luka, though in a very grumpy fashion.
- Gratuitous German: Her last name is a combination of the German words for War and Conquest.
- Girl with Psycho Weapon: Loves axes above all else.
- Gone Horribly Right: Her father wanted a successor full of wrath. He got one who was very angry at him.
- Hidden Buxom: She is usually depicted as being flat-chested... up until we get a good look of her outside her armor, at which point she springs to being one of the top 3 bustiest characters.
- I Hate Past Me: Despite being relatively even aged, Future!Eloria seriously dislikes 2031!Eloria. This may have to do with the fact that Future!Eloria is aware of what her past self is going to do to their brother.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Priscilla claims she is surprisingly good with children. This is also half (actually the only) the reason she's really after Adult!Damien, as she wants Ophelia to grow up with a mother and father rather than just the one parent who barely interacts with her.
- Kill It with Fire: Her major weakness. Not only does it heat her armor up to scalding levels, she also happens to be very flammable, meaning that she often stays on fire.
- The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: Her abilities are all violence related... With the exception of a Phd in psychology.
- MayDecember Romance: Immortality and all that results in a strange case with her and Damien, as despite both being roughly the same physical age, Damien is at least two thousand years younger than her. She's actually appalled to learn this.
- Musical Spoiler: Isn't it strange that the character who wants to marry gets the song comparing love to being hanged?
- Not So Stoic: As a wrath demon, it's not uncommon for her to go from calm and collected to fuming. Though there are two notable instances in the "Easter Teeth" roleplay.
- When Dream appears at Priscilla's house when she's not supposed to be.
- When Luke begins heading towards their location in order to get rid of Dream right after Eloria has finally accepted her.
- Punch-Clock Villain: Beats up sinners and orders around punishers to pay the bills.
- Self-Made Orphan: See Gone Horribly Right.
- Voluntary Shapeshifter: Her power is the ability to turn into feral animals. And then there's her true form.
- Walking Armory: Her outfit is composed almost entirely out of hidden weapons.
- Wendigo: Her classification of demon. It doesn't show much, but her true form swaps her ram horns for deer antlers and gives her more appropriate proportions.
- Dream and Phillip somehow know of this, and due to some loose lips, ended up getting her roasted by Vaati. Resulting in a rather burnt Elora.
- My God, What Have I Done?: Paralyzing her brother in a duel after she was blinded by rage resulted in this.
The Fantasy Pilot
Blake's Maid, who replaced the Head Maid. She is a huge Fangirl of the Final Fantasy series, but especially Garland. This is to the point that she specifically made almost all of her Mech suits modeled after him.
- Berserk Button: Don't track mud on the floor. Don't bleed on it either.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Fangirl: Absolutely loves Final Fantasy. She even collects the spin-offs.
- Hero with an F in Good: It's hard trying to tip off the heroes without blowing your cover. Justified in that she doesn't like either side very much.
- Logical Weakness: EMP.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: She's actually related to Caroline and aware of this.
- Never Mess with Granny: She's old by human standards, but by driders? She's ancient! This does nothing to stop her from kicking your ass.
- Robot Maid: Functions like this, but there's a drider in there.
- The Starscream: Has no desire to follow Blake, but she's incredibly inept at helping the heroes with hints. At the very least, Blake is convinced she's on his side.
The Literal Box Fish
Two otaku sharkmen brothers with a love of boxing. They serve both as Blake's lackies and a replacement for Nessie.
- Bash Brothers
- Butt-Monkey: Mildred continually abuses them for the lulz.
- The Ditz: They're both kind of a moron.
- Epic Fail: How Elan came to be. Pommyman accidentally wrote Alen as ELAN during one roleplay.
- Honor Before Reason: They strictly adhere to the rules of boxing in a fight. This includes giving their opponent a pair of boxing gloves (which means that they don't risk cutting their hands on their razor-sharp skin) and refusing to use their jaws in combat.
- Otaku: Why does Alen follow Blake? So he can get stand powers, duh.
- Elan, on the other hand, wants "kawaii" things.
- Our Mermaids Are Different: Much more human-like than Nessie. The major differences being that they don't lose their legs in the water nor lose their fins on the land.
Collin's wife-to-be, but never showed up at the altar. Collin places her on a pedestal, but it's apparent that she struck something hard in his heart.
- Demonic Possession: Gets possessed by Snake-Jaw in the roleplays.
- FaceHeel Turn: Suddenly goes from being nice to hating Collin with every ounce of her being. She's being impersonated.
- Lady Not-Appearing-in-This-Game: Played with into a plot device. She only appears in a flashback, but her absence was a key part of breaking Collin.
- Stuffed in the Fridge: Originally, she was going to have been straight-up killed, but the author decided against it, as this made the new side villain too dark, allowed for Snake-Jaw to potentially return in the roleplays, allowed better characterization for her attacker, and the fact that it seemed unreasonable for Collin to be unable to notice a murder happening in front of his house.
- Ridiculously Average Girl: Incredibly generic. Either way, the impact her disappearance has is much greater than you'd think.
- Runaway Bride: Collin lasted a long time at the altar, but she bailed on their marriage entirely. It was not voluntary.
- Woman Scorned: Apparently despises Collin for completely unknown reasons.
The Warring Female
A "friend" of the head Maid, though it isn't just her who finds her annoying, what with being a Straw Feminist who refuses to shut up about the good she's doing. She's much more dangerous than she lets on.
- Alpha Bitch: Used to be one in school and never grew out of it.
- Ascended Fanon: Originally just a plain human with some combat skills, however, due to Author!Luigifan finding it more interesting if she had Pokémon on her team, she now has Pokémon, including the fan-made Magihexy.
- Axe-Crazy: She's all too eager to hurt people.
- Blue-and-Orange Morality: Seemingly acts on this. Very well might considering the means to her ends.
- Does Not Like Men: Odd in that for all her misandry, her best friend is a Straw Misogynist.
- Moral Event Horizon: In the roleplays, where it's revealed that she purposefully malnourished Alison so that Snake-Jaw could possess her without a fight.
- In the comics, it's the fact that she's doing this on a large scale to form her ideal world where men and the women who reproduce with them are little more than livestock for Rebecca to abuse.
- Not So Different: To Leon.
- Psycho Lesbian: She has a thing for torturing Caroline specifically.
- Straw Feminist: Her character concept. A deconstruction to be exact, as her insane and unreasonable demands not only hurt her cause, but she personally tries to force other feminists into believing her beliefs are the correct beliefs, despite blindly heading into an oppressive and unhealthy lifestyle.
- Somewhat subverted when we learn that she's not a feminist at all. She's just using it as a cover for her real goal.
- Super Speed
- With Friends Like These...
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Subverted. Everything she does is for her own personal gain.
The Warring Male
The Maid's other "friend". A sophisticated-looking man with... questionable sanity. Though he acts like a nice guy, he is just as bad, if not worse, than Collin pre-timeskip when it comes to women.
- Anvilicious: Patriarchies suck.
- Born Lucky: Made an easy fortune through gambling, survived a plane crash, found a genie bottle and tricked it into serving him forever... The list goes on.
- Calling Your Attacks: Subverted. He always calls out the wrong attack name whenever he does something.
- Confusion Fu: He turns out to have some proficiency in magic. By which we mean he has attacks that either do something crazy to hit their target, or backfire and harm him.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: While overall unintelligent, he does have moments of surprise cunning, such as wishing for magic powers from a genie and promptly enslaving said genie for infinite wishes. And this isn't even getting into his brutal nature when it comes to serious fights.
- Evil Patriarch: He dreams of a world where women are subservient to men and revere them. Naturally, everyone finds this idea terrible.
- He-Man Woman Hater: Though he does genuinely believe the Maid and Rebecca are his friends. Somehow.
- Insane Troll Logic: Uses this to explain why women are inferior to men.
- Not So Different: To Rebecca.
- Take That!: While Rebecca is considered wrong about feminism, it's made clear that it's because she's going about it wrong and using it for personal gain rather than helping others. Leon, on the other hand, is mocked in various ways, ranging from his incredibly low intelligence rating, the fact that he's only the head of the patriarchy because he wished for it when he found a genie, the fact that he's the ONLY member of the patriarchy, and that Dark Matt outright calls his goals backwards and pointless.
- Too Dumb to Live: And yet he thrives.
- Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: Her hair is modeled after a burning candle and just so happens to specialise in fire magic.
- Bad Liar
- Benevolent Genie: She's noted to be too nice for her own good. Case in point, Leon wishing to be a great wizard was met with enough power to enslave genies.
- My Master, Right or Wrong: As much as she hates it, she can't disobey anything the owner of her lamp desires. Unless of course it's something incredibly stupid or impossible.
- Super OCD
The third "friend" of the Maid and most sane of them. Yes. The giant tarantula woman is more sane than the previous two characters, though she might not be the most stable out of the three.
- Berserk Button: Her shy and awkward personality begins to fade for contempt and aggression when Video Games are involved.
- Butt-Monkey: Gets utterly no respect, especially from Rebecca.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Her childhood was so bad, not even an Orphanage of Love made it any better.
- Girls Are Really Scared of Horror Movies: Averted, she loves them.
- No True Scotsman: Like Rebecca, she is a feminist. However, she takes a methodical approach to her beliefs and tries to get all the facts from a given situation. Needless to say, Rebecca hates her opinions and facts.
- Omnidisciplinary Scientist
- Peek-a-Bangs: Of the shy variety. Interestingly, she literally covers only the right half of her eyes, as opposed to other driders, who hide all but their human eyes.
- She Cleans Up Nicely: She does this so much so when cosplaying that people like Rebecca think she's someone else entirely!
- "Slapstick" knows No Gender: Frequently the butt of physical "humor" courtesy of a scalding hot coffee to the face.
- Smart People Build Robots: Specifically, they tried to build medic robots. Then their ideas get shot down for robot boyfriends.
- Spider People: What could possibly be worse than a black widow spider person? A tarantula spider person.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: All three of her "friends" either hate her guts or could care less about her. This extends to the rest of the cast in a minor sense as well, since none of them even know who she is.
- Trademark Favorite Food: Toast, on account of it being the one thing she was able to make for herself as a child.
A drider in a mechanized suit who fights crime.
- Chronic Hero Syndrome
- Good Counterpart: A robot suit wearing Drider. Didn't Blake have one of those?
- Only Sane Woman: For her first roleplay appearance.
- Power Armor: Unlike Mildred, Troy is the size of her suit and isn't using it like a Mecha.
- Secret Identity: As a vigilante trying to be like Batman, her true identity is hidden for now.
Characters Introduced in the Data Logs
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Becomes a Transcendent due to his research, however is never called this officially by Ben (who originated the term for a hideously mutated human being into a building size, multi-limbed, creature of immense Body Horror, long after da Vichi's death.)
- Cure for Cancer: Was searching for one to cure his terminal case. This leads to the altercation that kicks the whole Ben side plot into motion, as the nature of the cure was impure and theoretically caused insanity.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Becomes a Transcendent that resembles a drider, however due to taking into her body the Resonant Crystal of the Forest, which causes plants to grow out of her back.
- Cure for Cancer: Affected by the nature of being in proximity to it and her father and the sudden nature of her father's demise causes her to be inflicted with the same insanity and an all-consuming desire to "finish" her father's work.
Generation 3 Characters
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- Cute Monster Girl: Being an Eastern (Japanese specifically) interpretation of the Kobold, Lorelei definitely fits the bill.
- Weapon of Choice: Guns, like Ben before her. Specifically a Portable Rifle-size Railgun left for her by Cygnus.
- Weirdness Magnet: Doesn't help that in 2057, with Halcyon Green falling apart without a caretaker, crazy things show up highly unexpectedly. How Lorelei ends up in the middle of these events all the time is a different matter entirely. It's due to being born a Crusader, more specifically the one that succeeds Ben as his predecessor. And a Crusader's blood is powerful enough to help anyone who drinks it.
- Author Avatar: To Luigifan18. Notable in that unlike pommyman, he's actually a main character rather than what is effectively a manifestation of the fourth wall. Though he's that, too.
- Berserk Button: He has several, but the vast majority of them boil down to "hurting innocent people". The biggest of them are hurting his friends (especially Annie), bullies, being a Corrupt Corporate Executive (or just unchecked greed in general), racism, sexism, homophobia, religious violence, and Honor-Related Abuse (and other forms of culturally-mandated abuse, including sutte). He also doesn't like dishonesty very much.
- Bully Hunter
- Cloud Cuckoolander: A Running Gag is his odd thoughts and having to have Garcia keep him under control.
- Dreadful Musician: Another running gag is his tendency to break out into song at the drop of a hat, often exasperating and embarrassing his friends.
- He Who Fights Monsters: Occasionally dips into this at his very worst (read: when extremely pissed off). However, becoming this full-time is one of his greatest fears, so he tends to snap out of it if given the chance to calm down.
- Hot-Blooded: He is very passionate about virtue and justice. If you press one of his Berserk Buttons, but not severely enough to make him attack you, he's still likely to rant at you.
- No Social Skills: He has Asperger's Syndrome and ADHD, which are the main reasons for his Cloud Cuckoolander tendencies.
- Shipper on Deck: Oh god yes. His shipping tendencies are insane and pretty hard to stop. While he does hit a few bumps with some of the comic characters, he tends to almost always be right.
- The Hero: Arguably one of the main characters of the Roleplays and universally never dips much farther than an angry gray as opposed to Matt. (Though Luigifan is honestly terrified of Jumping Off the Slippery Slope, so it's no wonder he keeps himself in line.)
- All-Loving Hero
- Made of Iron: If she wasn't, she would already be dead several times over.
- The Medic: Her main power is Healing Hands.
- Thou Shalt Not Kill: Annie is extremely reluctant to take life, even the lives of those who want to kill her (note that she's not quite so reluctant to beat someone to unconsciousness, heal them, then leave the scene before they wake up). It takes a really exceptional evil (such as Wrapsodi or King mogeko) to make Annie break this, and even then, she does so with extreme reluctance and regret.
- Official Couple: To Tails, as opposed to the Comics for obvious reasons.
The son of Tails and Annie Prower. He tried to win over Uma's heart, but coupled with the threat of Mysto and his favorite means of attack, he was rejected. Despite being treated like an idiot, he's actually fairly smart and learned quite a lot from his mistakes.
- Character Development: He eventually realizes how risky his favorite strategy is and begins to form much more effective ways of using it, along with understanding his own limitations.
- Death from Above: His favorite method of attack is dropping heavy objects on enemies.
- Death-or-Glory Attack: His tactic of dropping heavy objects is treated this way. It's actually usually effective.
- When All You Have Is a Hammer...: Downplayed example. His go-to strategy is abuse of Heavy Slam (hence his team consisting of heavyweights like Aggron, Metagross, Celesteela, Golurk, Emboar, and Snorlax), but he's well-aware that this strategy isn't always viable and does have backup plans in case the risks are too great or the enemy will likely shrug it off.
- All Women Are Lustful: She proves rather... accepting of some of Damien's more perverse moments.
- Chronoscope: A power inherited from her mother. She just as often uses it to dodge attacks or alert people to danger as she does to inform people that they're going to eventually marry and watch her parents' previous adventures.
- The Gadfly: She always speaks her mind, whether people want to hear what she has to say or not. This makes her rather annoying, but she truly does have her friends' and family's best interests in mind. She's also not adverse to outright trolling her enemies.
- For Happiness: She has a rather hedonistic lifestyle, but only because she cares about her friends and family while also knowing she'll die long before any of them will and she wants to make sure that they all achieve their happy endings.
- Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant: Her attention to detail and lack of a filter means that she's prone to telling people more than they really wanted to know.
- Rescue Romance: The reason why she gave Damien a chance was him attacking the guards that planned to kill her. Later, she decided that she was definitely going to marry him after he rescued her from Zharnev and Trapestry's efforts to devour her soul.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Downplayed. He's not really dumb, but he's able to shift quickly from "docile boy" and "killer sniper".
- From the Mouths of Babes: He has mentioned his body doing... illicit things when near Esther.
- What Is This Thing You Call "Love"?: Being possessed for so long, Maxmillian's childlike mind lacks an understanding of love beyond his family. This results in some odd scenes with Esther.
- Beware the Nice Ones: Miriam is very sweet, loving, selfless, and helpful, to the point where it's implied that her semi-frequent stints as Damsel in Distress occur largely because she usually can't bring herself to kill or seriously injure people even if they try to kill her. But if you inflict enough pain on her loved ones, she will not hesitate to END you. The Mogekos learned this the hard way.
- It should be noted that she was seriously considering becoming King mogeko's Sex Slave so he would stop tormenting Ne. However, by the time she actually met him, she had heard enough about his atrocities and misdeeds to decide that he needed to die. And she proceeded to fight, defeat, and kill him (albeit with a lot of help from Matt). We repeat, she killed King mogeko.
- And then there's her reaction to Monokuma going after her...
- The Comically Serious: His vocabulary is slightly out-of-date, resulting in him having a knack for Comically Missing the Point.
- Prince Charming: Although Justin sees him as Prince Charmless.
- Rescue Romance: He's quite the romantic and was heavily invested in this plan when he tried to save Lydia. It worked out quite well as Lydia herself was also a fan of these.
- Seers: Prince Sunlight can combine his psychokinesis and pyrokinesis to transfer his consciousness to a nearby flame and see, hear, smell, etc. through it as though he was standing in its location. This has come in handy for him from time to time, most notably noticing Lydia in distress at the midpoint of "Professional apologizer".
- Cuteness Proximity: She used to gush over Inu and Uma for being small and fluffy. keyword being used to.
- Last Guy Wins: With Inu being an ungrateful jerk and Sky too intimidated by even Torch herself to be a knight, it's no wonder she hooks up with Matthew Prower at the end.
- Playing with Fire: Combined with her telepathy, she has the notable ability to set fire to things that are supposed to resist fire!
- Princeling Rivalry: Averted. Torch outright states she has no intention of getting involved in politics and would rather become a scientist.
- Cute Ghost Girl: More violent than most, but still, not that scary.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: To Miriam, and deconstructed. Viv really, really hates Miriam and wants to kill her.
- Yandere: She's incredibly violent towards anyone who might take Ne from her and has no qualms in any dirty tricks she has to do to keep Ne for herself.
- The Archmage
- Hero To His Hometown: Mysto's primary goal is the welfare of her people and their traditions.
- As Long as It Sounds Foreign: Her surname is this.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Ultimately, Mysto's goals are nothing more or less than to ensure the welfare of her people and the progression of society to a more ideal state. The problem is that she's convinced that this requires her to utterly obliterate Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.
The Unlucky SevenThe group Collin joined in between part one and two to help save the world.
- Fire-Forged Friends: A given what with being forced to work with each other to defeat demons hellbent on destroying everything.
- Heart Is an Awesome Power: Several of their abilities are, on paper, fundamentally useless. However in practice they manage to be incredibly powerful.
- Multicultural Team
- The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: Only the respective member has the power to defeat their corresponding vice.
- Seven Heavenly Virtues: Each one has abilities themed around a respective virtue.
- All Chinese People Know Kung-Fu: Justified, he intends to continue his family history in the military so this skill was a must.
- Knight Templar: His desire for efficiency lends a bit towards this. Specifically, even though the group's enemies are being possessed by demons, he believes the ideal option is to kill them as fast as possible to take the demons out.
- Magically Inept Fighter: He's one of the few offensively focused members of the team and wholly devoted to it.
- The Rival: Strangely he manages to be this towards Collin despite the fact that it's Heng who is arguably the team leader.
- Super Speed: The main use of his power of Diligence.
- Intergenerational Friendship: With Collin of all people.
- Princess Classic: Her overall motif is styled as such, coupled with Pink Is Feminine and Parasol of Prettiness
- Time Stand Still: A common application of her power is to stop time in small areas. This doesn't necessarily mean everything in that area stops though
- Squishy Wizard: What else would you expect from a tiny child?
- The Heart: Along with Nicolas she mostly supports the team, though more physically in her case.
- The Medic: The main function of her power is to give beneficial aspects to assist with physical recuperation.
- Poison Mushroom: The other function of her power is to give unwanted and undesirable things to a target. Like colds.
- Boobs of Steel: Though given her challengers that's not saying much.
- Low Culture, High Tech: Despite having a rather stereotypically underdeveloped home, she and the rest of her tribe are about as technologically competent as the rest of the cast.
- People Puppets: The logical extreme of her power has her controlling her own allies, occasionally to better results than if they weren't being controlled.
- Team Mom: The one who makes sure they aren't getting too exhausted or overexcited by the other team members. Especially the ones that are actual children.