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    Ani Hemsworth 
  • Elective Mute: Ani stopped talking a few years before canon, only to start speaking again after the plot got kicking.
  • From Stray to Pet: Squip is this. Ani found him wandering around Wrighton, and decided to adopt him.

    Atif Khouri 
  • Dressed to Heal: Atif Khouri wears his doctor’s coat and carries a medical bag with him as he explores the mysterious tunnels beneath the town.

    Audo Mulligan 
  • Afraid of Blood: When someone accidentally reopens the cut on their foot and it starts to bleed again, Audo begins to panic.

    Ayo Joyce-Kelani 
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Ayo, having had just about enough of Wrighton's increasingly dangerous shenanigans, decides to take off. They do return, after a nice heart-to-heart.

    Beatrice Bizelli 
  • Intrepid Reporter: Beatrice Bizelli and Kathleen Morrigan, who eventually strike up a sort of friendship.
  • Purple Is the New Black: Sharron Bizelli explains that her and Beatrice's blue hair is from a black hair mutation. Turns out, though, that they may have inherited this from their alien ancestors, making it something of a Power Dyes Your Hair.

    Elizabeth "Liz" Bishop 
  • Accidental Hand Hold: Happens when Liz goes for the same doorknob that Audo is holding, although she immediately smacks his hand away.
  • Accidental Hug: Mary just so happens to turn back to Liz as she's resting on top of Audo. Cue awkward eye contact before immediately pulling away.
  • Alternate Identity Amnesia: Liz and Bloody Mary. Whenever Liz returns to her normal self after summoning Mary, she has no recollection of her time as her alter ego. This is established to be the case with anyone who summons Mary, although Liz has been practicing to retain her Mary memories.
  • Creating Life: Liz's alien ancestor, Theo, was one of many beings artificially made on her home planet.
  • Security Cling: As the Beast passes by Rolly Squad in the tunnels, Liz instinctively reaches for the nearest person- which happens to be Audo, and whoops grabbed him by the hand. Seriously, what is with these two?

    Fionn Colby 
  • Big Fun: Fionn; fat, friendly and loveable.
  • Long-Lost Relative: Fionn turns out to have one in the form of his grandmother's brother.
  • Puppy-Dog Eyes: A favorite tactic of Fionn when he's in seal form. Such that when people are sad he'll deliberately invoke this to cheer them up.

    Harper Kulkarni 

    Velia Briar 



    Annabelle "Dion" Dionte 
  • Genki Girl: Dion is always very keen and enthusiastic.

    The Marchioness 
  • Cool Shades: She wears pink-tinted goggles at all times.
  • Loon with a Heart of Gold: Even if her actions may seem a little much, she always seems to have the town's best interest in mind with them.

  • Emergent Human: Scip, although he's pretty far along in understanding and practicing social cues. He still has his moments, though, especially since he's had less experience with humans specifically.
  • Intrigued by Humanity: Both Scip and the Boss express the idea that humans are difficult to understand, and in the later case, intriguing to watch.
  • "It" Is Dehumanizing: Explained to be why a sentient spaceship doesn't have specific pronouns: "it" would be most accurate, but nobody felt comfortable calling a clearly sentient being "it", and the being in question simply didn't care either way.

    The Boss 
  • Intrigued by Humanity: Both Scip and the Boss express the idea that humans are difficult to understand, and in the later case, intriguing to watch.


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