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Akuago ("Aku")

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A relic from the days of the Smashers...
"Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, primarily gentlemen, to the 2013 Ragtag Rumble for the last slice of pizza!... I swear I am not making this up..." - Ragtag Rumble

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: Star States The Truth

D.O.B.: June 23rd, 1992
Element: Nature
Weapons: Golden Gun and (formerly) Headtaker

One of the founding members of Ze Pyromancers, his model is that of Fox McCloud dressed in green and gold and wearing the TF 2 Wiki Hat. He is your typical hard-nosed, focus leader of the group, being much less kooky than his teammates, which often drives him nuts.

  • Color Motifs: Green.
  • Cool Starship: Arwings, several different models in fact.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: While the only way to know is from Akuago 220's own videos, Aku is a survivor of the "brawlpocalypse" a planet-scale war which wiped out most of the Smashers. He was once part of a 3-man group who did... less than noble deeds during war which drove him to abandoning it and hightailing it to the current world where he now lives in with his fellow smashers and former smashers.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Not an much as Star, but just as acidic.
  • Fingerless Gloves: To be expected from a Fox Smasher.
  • Green Thumb: Nature is his element, the closer he is to a natural environment, the more powerful his element is.
  • Grumpy Bear: It doesn't take much to annoy him.
  • The Gunslinger: With his primary weapon, Golden Gun.
  • I Call It "Vera": Apparently has a name for his Wiki Cap... "Erina".
  • The Leader: Or co-leader... but he plays a more authoritative role than Mello.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: His scanner crops up new applications when the plot calls for it; including, but not limited to, a clock, a scouter, a Pokedex, a computer, a phone, and an infrared detector. Lampshaded in Spark of Friendship.
    Shugou: I didn't know your scanner had a built-in Pokedex!
    Aku: Iiii... didn't know that either...
  • Nice Hat: His green Wiki Cap.
  • Not So Above It All: He's a serious hardass most of the time, but isn't afraid to play along with his teammates.
  • Off with His Head!: Accidentally does this to The Murderer in The Mystery Misfits.
  • Only Sane Man: Probably why he's always so pissed off.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Fitting with his stoic demeanor.
  • Petting Zoo People: A Fox smasher.
  • Ray Gun: Golden Gun.
  • Team Dad: Almost always takes up this role in Ze Pyromancers.
  • The Stoic: Most of the time.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: Even spouts this trope in "Previously On."
  • We Used to Be Friends: With Zier-O, who was also once his boss.

Mellotaku ("Mello")

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Objection?!
"Shut up! I'm watching Doctor Who for the hundredth time this week!...almost gotten every detail noted." - Preoccupation Procrastination

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: Star States The Truth

D.O.B.: December 21st, 1993
Element: Fire
Weapons: Moesashi, Love, and Hate. (formerly had an unnamed sniper rifle.)

The other founding member of Ze Pyromancers, his model originally was that of Legion which later became a Geth Rocket Trooper wearing a white Cowboy Hat and (formerly) a Pyromancer Mask shoulder guard, symbolizing his rank amongst the team. He usually lets Aku worry about the authoritative stuff, while he handles other factors such as group meetings.

  • Berserk Button: Insisting that his former team during his Smasher days betrayed him, and something in the Smasher Encyclopedia set him off to the point where he responded by lighting the book ablaze.
  • BFS: Moesashi.
  • Color Motifs: Grey.
  • Computer Voice: Mello's lines are all given a synthetic sounding effect to them... unless he's transformed into a being that is not cybernetic such as an Asari.
  • Cool Sword: Moesashi, a BFS that can ignite into flame.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Despite being a robot, he has these tendencies every now and again.
  • Cyber Cyclops: He's a Geth.
  • Elemental Weapon: Being associated with fire, Mello's sword, Moesashi is capable of igniting.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Wore a Pyromancer's Mask on his left shoulder up until Aggrandized Augmentations where Gaige now keeps it as a souvenir in her workshop.
  • Flaming Sword: Moesashi can become this.
  • Guns Akimbo: Love and Hate.
  • The Leader: Co-leader, though much less authoritative than Aku.
  • Living Weapon: Moesashi is actually a being from another reality, and takes upon the form of a sword in the Pyromancer verse, she is capable of showing what she really looks like however.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: Having an upgrade to now pointlessly blink is something that leaves his teammates speechless. LE however thinks it's witchcraft.
  • The Musketeer: Has his sword, Moesashi, and his guns, Love and Hate.
  • Nice Hat: A cowboy hat.
  • Nightmare Fetishist: He found the clubhouses' redesign in Necronomicon Nightmare to be likable.
    "I like it!"
  • Not So Above It All: He has tendencies of Cloud-Cuckoo-Landerness.
    [After analyzing a torch for fingerprints] "Nothing... must be wearing gloves... or a ghost.... or a ghost with gloves on?"
  • Playing with Fire: His element, and can ignite Moesashi.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Very briefly wore a pink version of his cowboy hat in the very first mini-venture, Star States The Truth. It makes a full reappearance in the flashback sequence of Misfitting Milestone.
  • Ridiculously Human Robot: Due to an unknown glitch in his software, he has emotions.
  • Stat-O-Vision: Shown to have this when shots are shown through his viewpoint.
  • The Stoic: Usually...
  • Talking Weapon: Moesashi, as of Apparitious Armory.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: Has no qualms dressing up as Jenny for Halloween.

Electricstar ("Star")

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Black and blue tesla coil wannabe.
"I think lady luck is trying to castrate me..." - Crafting Conundrum

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: Star States The Truth

D.O.B.: July 23rd, 1993
Element: Electricity
Weapon: Tesura (Morph Weapon)

Arguably the most active member of the group, his model is a modified version of the BLU Scout wearing black and blue clothing, blue handwraps, and odd lightning bolt-etched goggles. He is the teams coordinator, usually the one behind group events such as scouring out for jobs when not a one of them has a penny to their name.

  • Butt-Monkey: Often on the business end of Lady Luck's stick, especially when it comes to crafting hats.
  • Berserk Button: Don't bring up his old moniker. note  He and Aku almost got into a fight because of it.
  • Bleed Out: How he dies in ''Necronomicon Nightmare" courtesy of Aku... he gets better. His bio reports that, after the event, he has been learning how to cauterize wounds with his electric power to prevent this from happening again.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Prone to random spouts of nonsense, the fact that he is Cheesecake's owner should also indicate this.
  • Color Motifs: Blue and black.
  • Cool Sword: Tesura.
  • Crappy Holidays: Scared of coming outside during Halloween after the events of Necronomicon Nightmare... unless Twixes are brought into play. He's mostly gotten over it by The Mystery Misfits however.
  • Cuteness Proximity: He seems to have a fondness for small animals; he got distracted from detective work by a little owl outside a window and Misfitting Milestone reveals that his reaction to meeting Shugou for the first time involved him squeeing over how cute the squirrel is.
  • The Cynic: Rarely looks on the positive side... though this has made him Properly Paranoid in the past, such as in Necronomicon Nightmare. Whenever he does look on the bright side... it usually blows up in his face.
  • Deadpan Snarker: The snarkiest member of the team, and proud of it.
  • Elemental Weapon: Tesura, a Cool Sword that can channel Star's own electricity.
  • Fedora of Asskicking: Though he's looking for a new hat due to fedora's bad reputation. He finally does in The Duds Get New Duds, where he also sets his old hat on fire.
  • Fragile Speedster: Stated to be fast, but fragile.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Almost always has them over his eyes, they don't seem to serve any special purpose though.
  • Heroic Comedic Sociopath: Gleefully cheers at the world blowing up... and annoyed when it popped back into reality.
  • Misanthrope Supreme: His reaction to the world blowing up? ... "YAAAAAAY!" his reaction to it popping back into exsistance? "awwww..."
    • Then there's also this comment in Necronomicon Nightmare.
    "Hey! I don't want to doom us... just everybody else in the world."
    • The first thing to show up on his list of dislikes on his bio? "People."
    • He was also in an episode of "Lifestyles of The Misanthropic" according to himself.
  • Morph Weapon: Tesura can swap between a sword and gun form at any time. Key rules 2 reveals that it can turn into more than just those two.
  • Mundane Utility: Seen using his electric powers for powering devices such as a plasma screen television.
  • The Musketeer: Sword and gun combined!
  • "Not Important to This Episode" Camp: Absent from Spark of Friendship, though his voice actor still takes part. note 
  • Old Shame: In-Universe; his old name, before he changed it to "Electricstar". See Berserk Button.
  • Psycho Electro: Subverted, his bio even hangs a lampshade on his lack of madness. Though he does have bits of Heroic Comedic Sociopath.
  • Shock and Awe: His element, he uses it the most out of any Pyromancer.
  • Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Briefly in Furniture Failure.
    Star: "...and we must decide what specific material the furniture is composed of, something that accommodates and supports our various anatomical characteristics."
  • The Snark Knight: Very snarky, but willing to go about with his team.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Twix, it's enough to coax him into helping with Halloween decorations despite fearing a repeat of Necronomicon Nightmare.
    • He's also usually seen holding a can of Mtn Dew whenever a scene calls for a drink.
  • Stepford Snarker: His sarcastic nature is the result of many years of crap in the past.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Seems to really hate wasps. Whether or not it stems from a certain Smissmas present from Cheesecake remains unknown.

LE-The-Creator ("LE")

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This is one of his more normal faces...
"I remember walking home from the store and...Oh, Crap!! I forgot to get microwave ravioli! HOW WILL I EVER- *gets hit with a riding crop*" - Underground Rapture 3

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: Enter, The Creator

D.O.B.: December 8th, 1992
Element: Metal (also bread)
Weapons: Big 'Ol Maul, Toastbuster, & The Bread of Champions

The team's craziest member, LE uses the model of The BLU Engineer with the Hetman's Headpiece, Googly Gazer, and Texas half pants. He's more or less the teams mechanic, though his zaniness often leads to him being more focused on more trivial matters...such as avoiding goats.

  • Dynamic Entry: His debut video, ''Enter The Creator" has him first appear from an explosion while riding on his Rex Wheelie in circles around the (terrified) members.
  • Edible Ammunition: His Toastbuster fires edible toast... that is very hot, so let it cool before eating. His Bread of Champions is a subversion, being too stale to eat... or digest.
  • Edible Bludgeon: Again, subverted with the Bread of Champions.
  • Eyepatch of Power: He has some sort of mechanical eye, whether or not its a prostethic is currently unknown, but it is shown to have analysis abilities not unlike Aku's scanner or Mello's analyze protocol. The Stinger of "The Dreaded Kilobeetle" indicates that he can remove it.
  • Hypocritical Humor: Calls Garth ugly in Underground Rapture 3... they're physically identical sans clothing.
  • Improbable Weapon User: An ultra stale baguette and a toaster shotgun that dispenses toast.
  • Its Pronounced Tro Pay: "LE" is pronounced "Ellie" not "Lee." They're his real life self's initials. If The Dreaded Kilobeetle is anything to go by, the "E" stands for "Epiquin".
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Tends to be insensitive due to his kookiness, but is a big softy.
  • Large Ham: Right up there with his rival, Garth.
  • No Indoor Voice: Usually shouting; and when he isn't, he's still rather enthusiastic.
  • Pensieve Flashback: Parodied. His bio video says that he somehow has the ability to appear in flashbacks that he was not a part of, as shown in Underground Rapture 3 and Misfitting Milestone.
  • Punny Name: His last name is likely "Epiquin", which sounds an awful lot like "Epic Win".
  • Red Oni: To Garth's Blue, making their primary colors ironic.
  • The Rival: To Garth, likely due to the fact that they're both engineers but on opposite teams.

TheNeverendingTwilight ("TNT")

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Lucario's can't learn ice moves! I CALL HAX!
"I shall counter your balls... with THIS!" - Dumbells On the Diamond

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: Star States The Truth

D.O.B.: May 21st, 1991
Element: Ice
Weapons: Noreaster & Holy Mackerel (home...yes, really)

One of the group's more mysterious members, TNT uses the model of Lucario with the Towering Pillar of Hats. He is stated to be a thief in his bio, though he's apparently so good at it, that he even keeps it secret from the viewers.

  • An Ice Person: His element, humorous in that Lucario's can't naturally learn ice moves.
  • Bigger on the Inside: His house...which is also a cardboard box.
  • Catchphrase: "Indeed." Lampshaded in Furniture Failure where he holds up a sign reading, "obligatory TNT 'indeed'" when he says it.
  • Color Motifs: Icy blue.
  • Cool Hat / Nice Hat: Three of them!
  • Cool Sword: Noreaster, quite literally as it coincides with his ice element.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Not as much as Aku or Star, but still has his moments.
  • Dreadful Musician: If The Sadistic Pickles are of any indication...
  • Friend to All Living Things: Befriended a dragon named Reginald... that ate Shugou and has yet to be seen again as a result.
  • Frying Pan of Doom: Hits The Murderer over the head with one in "The Mystery Misfits.''
  • Flat-Earth Atheist: Finds the concept of Heavygod to be idiotic... despite the deity directly talking to them on several occasions. TNT promptly gets lightning-bolt'd to ash and called a "little bitch" by him.
  • Icy Blue Eyes: As of The Duds Get New Duds he now sports these, which Bella makes note of. It's very fitting considering his element.
  • Morph Weapon: His Holy Mackerel can transform into....his house... which is a cardboard box... that's Bigger on the Inside.
  • Petting Zoo People: He's a Lucario.
  • Straight Gay: Confirmed in his bio.
  • Was Once a Man: Theorized in his bio, but nothing's confirmed yet. There's also this little tidbit from It Came From Beyond The Attic.
    Tnt: You gave up a princess to become a Pokemon? I can... technically relate.
    Star: WHAT?
    Tnt: NOTHIIIIING...

Ryo Kamezdov ("Ryo")

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"You still want me to stay with TNT? But I want to help!" - Necronomicon Nightmare

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: A Familiar Feeling

D.O.B.: March 16th, 1989
Element: Water
Weapons: Suijin and Ryujin (Also; his shell)

The team's oldest member... and their punching bag. Ryo uses the model of A Koopa Troopa with an orange shell and dons the Killer's Kabuto balancing precariously on the top on his eyes. He reportedly had a badass pastime, but none of his members believe him due to his ability to get curb stomped by a banana peel.

  • Butt-Monkey: Even stated to be this trope BY NAME in his bio. In Key Rules 2 it's even said that if Cheesecake isn't around to blame if all else fails, Ryo ends up getting blamed instead... and tied to a rocket.
  • Chew Toy: Gets the most abuse too.
  • Color Motifs: Orange.
  • Cool Old Guy: Well, cool oldest guy, he's the oldest of the bunch nearing his thirties.
  • Cool Sword: Two of them!
  • Embarrassing Tattoo: Get the team logo tattoed on the front of his shell, apparently against his will.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: How he dies in Necronomicon Nightmare courtesy of Star... he gets better.
  • Iron Butt Monkey: That shell of his does a great job protecting him from physical abuse. Emotional abuse...not so much.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: It hasn't been seen in action yet, but his bio does ominously warn not to make him angry... Not that making him angry is all that easy in the first place.
  • Making a Splash: Water is his element.
  • Meaningful Name: Ryo Kamezdov. Kame is Japanese for turtle.
  • No Respect Guy: Being the teams punching bag, this is to be expected.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: The Stinger for ''The Duds Get New Duds" has him receive a new hat... that he got from a tipped over trash can, it's treated as a purely good thing.
    "Ryo is not hated by the universe for once and GOT A NEW HAT!"
  • Token Minority: Venezuelan, despite wanting to come off as Japanese, his accent makes it hard to fool someone.
  • Turtle Power: Wellll...maybe?

Shugou

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Yaaaaaaaaaaay!
"Y'know it's true what they say, Cheesehead; there's strength in numbers." - Admittedly Cold War

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: Star States The Truth

D.O.B.: May 8th, 1989
Element: Wind
Weapon: Bazooka

The group's mascot, Shugou uses the model of a Pachirisu donning a RED Sober Stuntsman with an impossible blue coloration around the RED stripes. note  He is typically referred to as just a squirrel more often than as a Pachirisu.

  • A Day in the Limelight: Shugou's Bad Fur Day is fully centered around him; he has had other episodes where he is a main character, but not to the same extent.
  • Adorkable: Even when pissed off and trying to come off as serious and hardened after his helmet got stolen; he still can't help his lovable dorkiness.
  • Berserk Button: Do NOT steal his helmet.
    • He also really doesn't like being accused of fapping to Makoto Nanaya. He was none too happy at Cheesecake about that.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Don't push him too far, Cheesecake never learns this. Shugou's Bad Fur Day is all about this trope for him.
  • Blow You Away: His element is wind, despite being a Pachirisu.
  • Color Motifs: White.
  • Fastball Special: Does this to HIMSELF with the use of his bazooka and super-strong helmet.
  • Fartillery: You wouldn't expect it, but his belches can be LUDICROUSLY powerful. According to his bio video, Shugou has managed to belch Cheesecake to the sun a few times.
  • The Heart: He keeps the team together (or at least tries to) with his innocent and cheerful demeanor.
  • Keet: An overly energetic little ball of optimism.
  • Manchild: Is actually one of the oldest members of the team, but acts/sounds like one of the the youngest. Most notably in Furniture Failure where he was very excited to be bowled down the street walk at high speeds like a ride, complete with giddy enthusiasm and temporary speech impediment.
    "Oh goody goody! I wuv wides!"
  • Nice Guy: He really stands out among the rest of the group.
  • Older Than They Look: He's chronologically 25 by the time of Brutally Malled... which is apparently "12 in human years."
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: He's a Pachirisu with an equally adorable voice.
  • The Rival: To Cheesecake.
  • Shock and Awe: Subverted, despite being a Pachirisu, he was born with a birth defect resulting in pitiful electrical power, he makes up for it with his Bazooka and adorableness.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: Becomes this for the majority of Shugou's Bad Fur Day after his helmet got stolen and Cheesecake pushed him over the edge.
  • Swallowed Whole: By Tnt's pet dragon, Reginald in A Familiar Feeling... this gave Shugou a deep seated fear of the dragon that persists even to this day.
  • Team Pet: He's the official "mascot" of Ze Pyromancers.
  • Those Two Guys: Often seen alongside Bella during and after her debut.
  • Use Your Head: He uses himself as the ammo for his bazooka, and works with this trope via his super-durable helmet.

LightBrawler("Light")

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Not good with the sun are ya, pretty boy?
"Electricstar... if you say one more word about working with you on another video... I will murder you, and your unborn children." - Preoccupation Procrastination

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: Star States The Truth

D.O.B.: October 19th, 1991
Element: Light
Weapons: Falchion and Light Matter

A swordsman who uses the re-textured model of Marth, possessing lighter hair and brighter colored clothes. He's The Quiet One of the team, rarely saying anything and just watching his teammates go about their hijinks.

Garth Hughes ("Garth")

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This is my happy scowl!
"Jumping over my head! one of my several unreasonable weaknesses!" - The Mystery Misfits

Voiced by: Himself.
First Official Appearance: Star States The Truth

D.O.B.: October 2nd, 1991
Element: Earth
Weapons: His jag, Luger, and anything he can throw

One of the newest members... and one of the least-used ones. Garth uses a modified model of The RED Engineer with the Team Captain and formerly Deus Spex, though now his goggles rest around his neck, exposing his eyes; don't worry though, he's not a staregineer.

  • Blue Oni: To LE's red, making their primary colors ironic.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: As of "The Mystery Misfits", he's suddenly figured out how to channel "Macho Man" Randy Savage!
  • Characterization Marches On: Originally The Generic Guy, he has since picked up some Large Ham and Boisterous Bruiser tendencies... No doubt adding more fuel to the feud between him and LE.
  • Color Motifs: Red.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: His element is Earth.
  • '80s Hair: As of The Duds Get New Duds he has a mullet, which Star promptly mocks.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Has a fondness for sea-life, specifically whales.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: Being an Engineer, he used to have these on 24/7, up until Spark of Friendship, after that they are usually around his neck.
  • Large Ham: Became one over time to the point where he has a "Wrestleman mode" whenever he's going whole hog.
  • Ludicrous Gibs: How he dies in Necronomicon Nightmare courtesy of Mello... he gets better.
  • The Rival: To LE, likely due to both being Engineers on opposite teams.
  • Super Strength: His bio notes him as being able to use a whale as a club if he wanted to. He is also able to throw LE through the roof of the clubhouse from the first floor and can toss a twenty ton dumbbell a far distance with enough force to result in an explosion... somehow.

Sacrificial_Bella (Bella)

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"It's a shame that this whole war has forced all my friends to move away like you... Aku... do you think i'll ever see you and Mello again?" - It Came From Beyond The Attic

Voiced By: Herself
First Official Appearance: It Came From Beyond The Attic

D.O.B.: November 27th, 1991
Element: Lunar
Weapons: Genshuku Na Luna

The team's only female for now. She was a former Zelda smasher who escaped the "big brawl war thingy" and transformed into a Sylveon via a "Smash Coin". The events of The Spark of Friendship clued her in on the team and wanted to get the scoop on it... but ended up preoccupied with fixing her cotton candy machine which took her 7 months due to a lack of aposable thumbs and her feelers being less-than flexible. She ultimately joined the team after her former workplace screwed up royally with a "Porygon appreciation event" that resulted in all the companies electronics getting corrupted, including their bank accounts. It's unknown if her other mentioned job is still hers.

  • Beware the Nice Ones: She seems friendly enough, but it is a really bad idea to push her buttons.
  • Colony Drop: Downplayed, she attempted to bring down a small asteroid on Zier-O, but he just reflected it and sent it flying into an innocent hot-air balloon.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Same deal with Aku, she used to be a Smasher but had to flee due to the "Brawlpocalypse", this resulted in her leaving all her living friends behind for many years before being reunited with a few of them through the team.
  • Friendly Tickle Torture: Puts Shugou in one of these as a way of introducing herself and does the same on Cheesecake... who just suddenly becomes an opera singer from it...
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Became one as of The Duds Get New Duds. Humorously, she comments that she's "not naked anymore".
  • Like Brother and Sister: Seems to be developing a Big Sister Instinct towards Shugou, if Shugou's Bad Fur Day is any indication. Her bio states the two indeed have this relationship.
  • Lipstick Lesbian: Extremely feminine in appearance and mannerisms but revealed in Elementally Mental that she had a girlfriend named Alana. Her bio fully hammers it in that she likes girls.
  • Lunacy: Her element is, "Lunar" and directly draws from the moon.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: She turns into a shiny Sylveon when pissed (or sad) enough, said shiny form by default has magenta colored eyes; but as shown in Elementally Mental when her emotions reach an even greater level, her eyes turn blood red (with navy blue pupils).
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: A Sylveon, natch.
  • The Smurfette Principle: The only female member to date.
  • Those Two Guys: Often seen alongside Shugou during and after her debut.
  • Turns Red: Non video-game example. She turns into a shiny Sylveon upon extreme emotion, be it anger or sadness (usually anger); ironically, she turns blue.
  • Was Once a Man: Used to be a Zelda smasher, but fled the universe due to a grand-scale war, she used a "Smash Coin" and became a Sylveon.

JCTheAllStar (JC)

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Aerial shotgun?!
"Remind me more of that fiasco in Littletown and I swear to Heavygod…" - Two For The Blight of One

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: Two for the Blight of One

D.O.B.: June 5th, 2001
Element: Aether
Weapons: Cloudbreaker and Imperium

Tied with Richto as the team's newest member, JC was sent by Richto to gather information on the team of misfits after the events of Zier-o Hour caught his attention. This ultimately lead to them and half the team battling a small army of killer drones and winding up as part of the team. He knew Electricstar beforehand but their meeting wasn't a happy one as it ended with Cheesecake detonating them both.

  • The Baby of the Bunch: By far the youngest of the group, being the only member born in the 2000's.
  • Color Motifs: White and blue.
  • Drop the Hammer: Cloudbreaker is a giant warhammer that he used against the similarly giant drone.
  • Element Number Five: His element is aether, a mystical energy connected to the spirit. His weapons draw from the element to use their full potential.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: A side effect of his element. His left eye has a blue marking over it, and his pupil looks similar to a Sharingan.
  • Heroic RRoD: If he uses too much Aether, he can pass out or even die.
  • Hot-Blooded: His short temper, eagerness to battle the giant drone, and willingness to take on "THE TRIALS" peg him as this. His bio outright mentions his "hot blooded nature".
    Richto: "Reckless young man, he is..."
  • Nice Hat: His white beret.
  • Shotguns Are Just Better: Imperium is a giant shotgun that fires concentrated aether from his body.
  • Younger Than They Look: Identical to Star, and nearly a decade younger than him.

Richto115 (Richto)

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"Thus, I become airborne!"
"Stagnation leads to ignorance" - Two For The Blight of One

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: Two for the Blight of One

D.O.B.: November 15th, 1996
Element: Darkness
Weapons: Unnamed Claymore

Tied with JC as the newest member of the group, Richto is a scientist and researcher who gained an interest in the gang of misfits after the events of Zier-o Hour and sent JC to go talk to them. However during JC's research he was attacked by an army of drones, forcing him to find his friend and enlist the help of Ze Pyromancers to defeat the drones. This lead to both him and JC becoming part of the very group they were researching.

  • Casting a Shadow: His element is darkness, it can briefly be seen empowering his sword during his battle against the giant drone.
  • Cool Shades: His shutter shades.
  • Cool Sword: A currently unnamed claymore.
  • Man in a Kilt: Wear this as his form of legwear. Nobody has drawn attention to it yet.
  • The Smart Guy: He's a scientist with a love of research and obtaining more knowledge; in JC's own words, he "always wants to know more".

    Secondary Characters 

Cheesecake

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Invisible air guitar?
"Call it my magic intuition... but I don't think he's gonna let us out of here" - When Sparks Fly

Voiced by: ElectricStar
First Official Appearance: Underground Rapture 2

Electricstar's longtime pet/sidekick, a talking, clothed Pikachu... who has gotten dumber and dumber as time goes on. Nowadays, he has become little more than a nuisance to the team, being met with only annoyance at best and downright malice at worst. He isn't usually involved with episode plotlines directly save for a couple 'ventures when he's in the spotlight, typically bothering Shugou.

  • Achievements in Ignorance: He's so stupid that the laws of reality itself choose to ignore him.
  • The Alcoholic: Drinks up all the alcohol (and one can of soda) planned for Halloween parties, this has happened more than once according to Aku.
  • Butt-Monkey: Gets hit with a lot of abuse, most of it is of the karmic variety however.
  • Canon Immigrant: He's served as Star's pet long before they were brought into the Gmod universe. He started life in the Brawl Machinima fandom several years beforehand, then briefly in flash animation form, before landing in Gmod today.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Even more-so than LE.
  • Cool Gun / BFG: A High caliber machine gun at that, used to battle El Pootisimo.
  • Cute, but Cacophonic: He's a Pikachu... but has a really annoying voice... this was intentional.
  • The Ditz: He is not a smart one, that's for sure.
  • Dumb Blonde: He's a Pikachu, giving him the blonde fur, and as dumb as they come!
  • Eldritch Abomination: The Pest of Time reveals this. He was born as a cosmic Pichu who caused a (possible second) big bang just by saying a word.
  • Fantastic Racism: His bio stated that he despises Pika-clones, which Shugou happens to be; the Pikachu frequently calls the Pachirisu a "ripoff" as a slur.
  • Faster-Than-Light Travel: Once he ingests sugar...
  • Goggles Do Nothing: A pair identical to his owner's rest atop his head.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Black shirt, no pants.
  • Hate Sink: His character is INTENDED to be disliked.
  • Hidden Depths: He's a master at snowball fights.
    • He's also a gifted opera singer... but only when he gets tickled.
  • Jerkass: Particularly to Shugou, most of the time he's too stupid to understand he's being a jerk, however.
  • Odd Friendship: With Stu Pidface, it seems.
  • Reality Warper: Outright confirmed in his bio video, stating that he's literally so stupid and annoying that the laws of reality itself chose to ignore him. The Pest of Time shows us just how much of this trope he is with him being born either at the beginning or very end of time and causing a (possible second) big bang
  • Shock and Awe: Being a Pikachu, this is to be expected. Doubly so when considering his owner.
  • Team Pet: Alongside Shugou, though not by any of the team members choice, see The Friend Nobody Likes below.
  • Time Abyss: He was either born at the very beginning of the universe or at the very end of all existance.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: He's only around because he's Star's pet... and because any attempt at removing him from the premises have only met in failure and rage.
  • The Scrappy: In-universe.
  • Uncatty Resemblance: Has a Black T-shirt and Blue Lightning-Bolt etched goggles, just like his owner.
  • Vomit Discretion Shot: When he drinks all the alcohol meant for an upcoming party, he falls over, quickly leans to the side and throws it all back up. The very split second he does, the screen goes black with the usual "censored" text. Mello immediately states that he's never seen anyone blow as many chunks as he did.

Max

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MOON MAN!
"Don't tell me what can and can't be done! I've done the math! I've done the science! and then I gave them both wedgies because I didn't like the results!" - When Sparks Fly

Voiced by: Himself
First Official Appearance: Underground Rapture 3

A former member of the team, who (in real life) left shortly before the first 'venture debuted. He has since then returned as a recurring character, usually an antagonistic role, offering nonsensical answers and other various ramblings. He dons a Professional's Panama and a red-and-white Batman costume that Aku made for him many years ago during the days of the Smashers... and couldn't take the costume off. He is revealed to be the Big Bad of the Underground Rapture series, being behind all three spectacles as a direct result of the aforementioned costume malfunction. He has a sidekick in the form of an ambiguously-stuffed Dragonite named "Dragonitewing", who often "helps" him with his oddball schemes.

  • Big Bad: Of the Underground Rapture trilogy and When Sparks Fly.
  • Car Fu: For the last verse of The 12 Days of Smissmas, Max chimes in with "12 BATMOBILES"... which he used to drop on the team members, Joltik, Cheesecake, and even Heavygod; the latter even questions how it managed to hurt him.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Loopy, easily distracted, and prone to going off on odd tangents. In When Sparks Fly, he kidnapped Cheesecake and Shugou in order to create a being with enough electrical power to advance in his plan... by breeding the two; mind you, Cheesecake and Shugou are both male and hate each other.
    • His idea of breeding? slamming the two against each other while repeating "make out" over and over again.
  • Companion Cube: Dragonitewing, a huge stuffed Dragonite with a mask, however Max (and Cheesecake) believes Dragonitewing is real.
  • Evil Former Friend: Really WAS a former member of the team, but defected and threw the remaining members in caves no less than 3 times, though he's not so much "evil" as he is "bothersome". We see in Misfitting Milestone that he was indeed part of the group during the first 1.5 years, but jumped ship via flying toilet.
  • Funny Background Event: In Aggrandized Augmentations, he appears in Gaige's Collection in one shot next to Mega Man
  • The Gadfly: Seems to get a kick out of bothering people, and unlike Cheesecake, he's usually aware of what he's doing. A big reason why he knocked out the group members and threw them in a cave 3 consecutive times is because, "it was really funny".
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Fitting for a hardcore Batman fanboy, he's crafted things such as jet-powered flying toilets.
  • Jewish and Nerdy: Has the Star of David emblazoned on his cape, and is an avid fan of comic books.
  • Karma Houdini: got away with sticking the team in underground caves no less than 3 times, the one time he was about to get caught in 3... he spontaneously exploded, catching the team members present in the epicenter.
  • Medium Awareness: He somehow appears in the transition rule card in Key Rules 2, later on appears after the credits directly telling the audience that he's hiding from the I.R.S., and once walked in on the team in the middle of a freeze frame shot, he was even annoyed at the team didn't invite him to the "freeze frame party."
    • His bio takes this trope for all its worth, to the point of interjecting throughout the video.
  • Nice Hat: His Professional's Panama.
  • Noodle Incident: Somehow got into feud with Ra the sun god... and is no longer on speaking terms with him.
    "That space jackass knows what he did!"
  • Perpetual Smiler: Never seen without a cheesy grin... this spooked the hell out of LE.
    LE: "Batman....SMILING?!..... NONONONONONONONONONONONONONONONO..."
  • You Have to Have Jews: Canonically Jewish, as evidenced by the Star of David on his cape; and The 12 Days of Smissmas has Star temporarily halt his Batmobile-dropping funtime upon noting his religious beliefs.

Heavygod

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I CAN CONFIRM THIS PAGE.
"I CAN CONFIRM THIS!"

Voiced by: ElectricStar
First Official Appearance: Necronomicon Nightmare

Seemingly the main deity of the Pyromancer verse. Heavygod is the God of Confirmation, and often lives up to his title, butting in to confirm things that may or may not be uncertain.

Happy Face Rock

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Such a happy couple!
"HAPPY FAAAAAAAACCCCCEEEEE!"

Voiced by: Electricstar. (Smashingveteran in Previously On.)
First Official Appearance: Previously On

Ostrich Spy

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Do not feed him.
"I do believe I'm an ostrich."

First Official Appearance: A Familiar Feeling

  • Achievements in Ignorance: Somehow was able to sell a banana peel to The RE4 merchant at a high price in Spark of Friendship. He's even seen later with a large stack of cash
    "yeeeeaaay!"
  • The Cameo: usually in the background, however.
  • Canon Immigrant: Started as a joke video from Star and TNT... and it went on from there.
  • Catchphrase: "I do believe I am an ostrich"
  • Funny Background Event: Can be seen in the far background in numerous videos, only being directly shown in Spark of Friendship and Key Rules.
  • Ostrich Head Hiding: Just look at his image! he's in this pose for every time he appears.

El Pootisimo

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He's secretly aiming for the spotlight projector.
"Stupid rodent! get off my guitar!" - Ragtag Rumble

First Official Appearance: Ragtag Rumble

  • Badass Moustache
  • Badass Spaniard: Maybe.... Cheesecake even calls him a "Mexi-russia-talian-thingymabober."
  • Canon Immigrant: Is TNT's "TF2 Freak" brought into this series.
  • Impossibly Cool Weapon: His guitar can shoot bullets.
  • Loud of War: Can scream extremely loudly, causing temporary deafness...... to everyone involved.
  • Show Within a Show: If the intro to When Sparks Fly is any indication, El Pootisimo has his own show called, "The Adventures of El Pootisimo."
  • Wrecked Weapon: Breaks his guitar in Ragtag rumble, when he attempts to fix it, he accidentally creates scrap metal.
    • He does get a new guitar by Spark of Friendship, however.

Joltik

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The living electro ball.
"We're friends till the end! Friends forever!" - Spark of Friendship

Voiced by: Caitbug
First Official Appearance: Spark of Friendship

A young, talking Joltik who was found by Light and TNT in the middle of a forest while the two were training their swordsmanship skills. He was tragically rejected from his family after learning how to talk like a human, deeming him, "unclean" forcing him to live on his own. Light offered a hand of friendship which Joltik gladly accepted. His friendship with Light was sealed after the two teamed up to battle the Goon crew's local punk Marcel and his Druddigon, becoming Light's official Pokemon partner.

  • Badass Adorable: Was able to take down Marcel's Druddigon with Light's help, and with virtually no previous training experience prior.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Just goes by "Joltik," acknowledged at the end of Spark of Friendship, where Light chose not to give him a nickname after officially capturing him.
  • Ridiculously Cute Critter: He's a Joltik!
  • Talking Animal: He's an ordinary Joltik that can speak... this actually has a more depressing side-effect on his backstory than you would imagine.

Moesashi

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I don’t see why she has to be in sword form all the time. She is truly a beautiful sight to behold.
“If I hear any ‘You're hot’ wisecracks, I will not hesitate to melt you into a pile of supernatural goo.” - Apparitious Armory

Voiced by: Marrisa Lenti
First Official Appearance: Apparitious Armory

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    Other Characters 

Ronald Edward Fine

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May or may not be the secret identity of "Cherry Man."
"I could use that extra funding for my erm... legitimate business..." - Underground Rapture 3

Voiced by: DasBoSchitt
First Official Appearance: Underground Rapture 3

  • Affably Evil: If his implied darker business deals are of any indication, but he still helped out the team in finding the antagonist of the Underground Rapture trilogy... even if it is because Star electrocuted all of his (robotic) bodyguards beforehand.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: He isn't even subtle about his implied darker business practices.
  • The Guards Must Be Crazy: Or rather, not actually robots... and terrible at their jobs... or short circuited by Star.
  • Punny Name: Ronald Edward Fine = Refine, as in refined metal. Fitting for the head of a metal making company.

Stu Pidface

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pull my finger!

First Official Appearance: Underground Rapture 3

  • Canon Immigrant: LE's TF2 Freak, originating from his own videos.
  • Odd Friendship: With Cheesecake, it seems.
  • Punny Name: Stupid face.
  • Reality Warper: If you know where he originates, you know he qualifies as this. In Admittedly Cold War, he already displays this trope via shooting a snow-rocket out of his mouth after he instructs Cheesecake to pull his finger. Every time he appears via cameo, he is also doing crazy stuff such as emerging from an explosion while holding a teleporter, (Underground Rapture 3) phased into the floor from the shoulders down while admiring a sandwich, (Brutally Malled) or his disembodied head dancing in LE's dream bubble. (Apparitious Armory)

Marcel

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Seems like a nice guy!
"So the prince steps up to the plate with a puny mite as his partner..." - Spark of Friendship

Voiced by: ElectricStar
First Official Appearance: Spark of Friendship

  • American Accents: Has a heavy Noo Yawk one.
  • Malevolent Masked Man: Well, it's a veil but still...
  • Jerkass
  • Why Don't Ya Just Shoot Him?: Played straight and subverted. He looked like he was going to shoot TNT in the face at first after the talking Lucario mouthed off to him... but then he reveals the gun wasn't even loaded and was really looking for a simple Pokemon battle.

Necronomicon

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Maple syrup optional
"Buy more maple syrup!" - Necronomicon Nightmare

Voiced by: The Neverending Twilight
First Official Appearance: Necronomicon Nightmare

  • Artifact of Doom: It's a book... bound in flesh... that can summon demons and create zombies... and it can talk. This thing is anything BUT good.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Yes, even a book of unimaginable horror is this in the Pyromancer verse, one of its few lines is to demand Shugou to buy more maple syrup, presumably for him to consume.
  • The Monster Under The Bed: Became this at the end of Necronomicon Nightmare... specifically Shugou's bed. For a split second in Furniture Failure, it can be shown peeking out of Shugous bed, indicating that he really is hiding it there...
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Maple syrup, apparently.

Santa Heavy

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Also comes in mall flavor!
"Well, what else would you like from Santa Heavy? Something less likely to get me targeted by the F.D.A.?" - Brutally Malled

Voiced by: Electricstar.
First Official Appearance: Twas The Night Before Smissmas

  • Badass Santa: It's The Heavy as Santa!
  • Nice Guy: Much more benevolent than his predecessor, Ol' Nick and happily helped Shugou find a good Smissmas present in place of the worlds biggest pancake. Star even hangs a lampshade on how he isn't as insane or as violent as his predecessor, a compliment S.H. gladly accepts.
  • Oh, Crap!: When Cheesecake materializes on (Mall) Santa Heavy's hand during Brutally Malled. Not even Heavygod can help him.

The Commissioner

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What's that over there?
"We were told to go to the best and brightest team in all of Critopolis to help crack this case... but they all said no so we're scraping the bottom of the barrel here..." - The Mystery Misfits

Voiced by lswan62
First Official Appearance: The Mystery Misfits

  • Badass Beard: That's taped on...
  • Badass Moustache: That's also taped on...
  • Deadpan Snarker: Seems pretty apathetic, at least towards the titular gang of misfits.
    "Why am I NOT surprised you misfits had somethin' do to with this?"
  • The Bus Came Back: Makes a reappearance in Zier-O Hour over 2 years after his first and only appearance.
  • Expressive Mask: His mask bends and contorts to his emotions
  • Noodle Incident: He was investigating Cheesecake eating the Critopolis Square statue before contacting Ze Pyromancers to help solve a murder mystery. His dialogue in Zier-O Hour implies he's had many offscreen run-ins with the gang of misfits.

The Murderer

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My very presence calls for a vignette filter!
"RRRRAAAAAAAARRRRGGGGGGHHHH" - The Mystery Misfits

Voiced by: MLDKF
First Official Appearance: The Mystery Misfits

Professor Coglione Ladro

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According to my calculations...this... is a helmet!
"I was a poor boy, nobody loved me. Until one day, in my youth, I discovered a veritable gold mine of wealth...hats...caps...HEADWEAR!" - Shugou's Bad Fur Day

Voiced by: Wuten
First Official Appearance: Shugou's Bad Fur Day

  • A Degree in Useless: Holds a degree in osteology, "the study of bones or some crap" quoth his PhD, "but that means nothing right now!" quoth himself.
  • Big Bad: Of Shugou's Bad Fur Day being the one who stole Shugou's helmet in the first place.
  • Bilingual Bonus / Meaningful Name: His name roughly translates to "thieving jackass".
  • Disney Villain Death: Parodied and subverted in that he doesn't die after getting knocked off a skyscraper.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: A thief with a low, upper-class sounding voice.
  • Not the Fall That Kills You: Subverted. He fell from atop a skyscraper after Shugou knocked him off of one... but he kept screaming long after he hit the pavement.

News Anchors (Mark The Rock and Freya)

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Not the first choice one would make for newscasters...

“Mark The Rock” Voiced by: Wuten
“Freya” Voiced by: Caitbug

  • An Ice Person: Freya, being an Ice type Pokemon and all.
  • Animate Inanimate Object: Mark is a rock that is somehow sentient. Sentient enough to lead the Critopolis news reports, even.
  • Badass Moustache: Mark. despite being a sentient rock.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Mark's real name has only been said once, in the credits he is simply referred to as, "anchorrock".
  • Flat Character: Freya has far less lines and character than Mark, it took years before she was even given a name.
  • Given Name Reveal: Pokemon Sleeping Assessment reveals the Frosslass' name is Freya.
  • Kent Brockman News: Usually there to provide exposition.
  • Nice Hat: Mark usually has a top hat, in Zier-O Hour he wears a Santa hat befitting of the the holidays.
  • Sleepy Head: Freya somehow once fell asleep in the middle of the news room; using Mark as a pillow, who gets prompty frozen.
  • This Just In!: Mark spouts this in Zier-O Hour after getting word of Zier-O's crimes.

Silver

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Jazz hands?
"Well i'd say it's a pleasure to meet you guys, but I was taught not to lie..." - The Sub-Aurem Forgery

Voiced by: TheHedgehogEngine
First Official Appearance: The Sub-Aurem Forgery

  • Berserk Button: Discovering his secret forge is one, and the mere presence of Ryo is another.
  • The Blacksmith: He has forged two of Aku's guns by this point
  • Deadpan Snarker: Throws a lot of snark towards the gang, as shown by his quote.
  • Drop the Hammer: Being a Hammer Bro, it comes as little shock to anyone that he wields a hammer for both combat and smithing.
  • Meaningful Name: Has a prominent silver colored appearance.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial: "I guess you're[Mello] right... and not because you have a flaming death sword in front of me..."
  • Vocal Dissonance: You would not expect a small turtle creature like him to possess such a really deep voice.

The Inkling Trio

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From left to right: Syllo, Pollod, Sulpac
Syllo: He? Wait, you mean that fox guy you met? Uka-something or other?
Pollod: His name was Akuago, and yes! Why would he say something like that? Well, I’m gonna find out, tonight!
Sulpac: By raising the dead? Even if that were possible, how did you get the-
Pollod: -Farmer's market!

Syllo voiced by: cinn3x
Pollod voiced by: Morkez Marihser
Sulpac voiced by: MLDKF
First Official Appearance: Zier-O Hour

  • British Accents: Syllo and Sulpac, the former occasionally sprinkles her language with British slang.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Pollod in particular played a key role in Akuago's video An Inkling of a Predicament. The events of that video lead to the events of Zier-O Hour.
  • Fanboy: Pollod is obsessed with the Smashers and wants to know as much about them as possible; he has tried to obtain such knowledge via infiltrating Aku's new ship and reviving Zier-O, neither times ended well for him.
  • Nice Hat: Syllo and Sulpac's beanie.
  • Two Guys and a Girl: Pollod and Sulpac are male, Syllo is female.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Pollod had no clue just how insane Zier-O really was, and made the error of reviving him. Had Ze Pyromancers and ml4b not interviened, Project Ascensionem would have triggered and it would not have ended well for non-smashers.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Syllo has blue tentacle hair while Pollod has yellow tentacle hair; justified, they're Inklings.

Zier-O

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ANIME SPEED LINES!
"Akuago! Man of the hour. It’s been too long! You…haven’t aged well." - Zier-O Hour

Voiced by: Nightblader
First Official Appearance: The Tale of the Three Smashers

  • Apocalypse How: Intended to trigger "Project Ascensionem" to effectively cause this.
  • Attention Whore: Aku states as he slowly went insane, he became desperate for attention.
  • Big Bad: Of Zier-O Hour while also being a Greater-Scope Villain for the series as a whole.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Doesn't care for formality towards Ze Pyromancers, many of which knew him when he was alive.
  • Defiant to the End: Flips off the team before losing the last few seconds he had.
  • Dirty Coward: Fights the team via the use of Smoke Balls, hiding in a barrel, and using a Stop Watch to freeze time. Mello promptly calls him out on this.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Was one of the three "brothers" in Aku's Halloween story in The Tale of the Three Smashers.
  • Everything Fades: He fades to nothingness as he dies once again.
  • Evil Former Friend: Was this, as well as his boss, to Aku before he went mad.
  • Expy: He is basically Zerowolf, who really was the former friend and boss of Aku in real life before he went off the deep end and became an infamous figure throughout the Brawl machinima community.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: The scars he left in Ze Pyromancer 'verse run deeper than his only appearance. He was one of the biggest reasons why the smasher's universe was destroyed forcing Aku and several other members to escape to the new one.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: Even Aku agreed that the universe they now live in fears the Smashers and want to kill many of them out of said fear. However Aku added that he's learned the universe does give second chances.
  • Sanity Slippage: Aku knew him back when he was a Nice Guy. but that all changed over time...
  • Smoke Out: Throws a smoke ball on Star's sword, causing the church they were in to be covered in thick smoke.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Hurt Syllo pretty badly and kidnapped Sulpac all the while threatening to kill hiim in front of the Critopolis police force.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Blue fur, as it were.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: He was revived by Pollod but could only stay alive for 7 hours. Ze Pyromancers, with the help of an Olimar smasher named ML 4 B were able to use his last few minutes just before he could trigger Project Ascensionem.

Love

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Very shiny.

Voiced by: TheBlossomingLily
First Official Appearance: Apparitious Armory

Ambiguously New York Dusknoir

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This has “Bad News” written all over it.

Voiced by: AngelGlory
First Official Appearance: Furniture Failure

Gaige

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Yep. Definitely a mechanic.
“No way. You’re finally letting me do some actual upgrades to your body?!” - Aggrandized Augmentations

Voiced by: ImShadow007
First Official Appearance: Aggrandized Augmentations

Bella’s Boss

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Quite tall, isn’t he?
”Welcome to the upcoming Critopolis Cinema and Entertainment Palace!” - Occupation Desolation

Voiced by: TheRollinNolan
First Official Appearance: Occupation Desolation

Team Go-Getters

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The 3 Johto Starters make up this team!
Chikorita: Come on, you two. We’ll find that stone! I mean, we are Team Go-Getters, right?
Totodile: Ahyeahyeah, you’re totally right on that one.
Cyndaquil: I’m hungry.
Chikorita: Oh Cinny, you’re always hungry.

Chikorita voiced by: LinaInverseVA
Totodile voiced by: arclad84
Cyndaquil voiced by: JCTheAllStar
First Official Appearance: Elementally Mental

Hene Aatma (The Moon Spirit)

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A sight of pure beauty.
“Regardless, your eyes are not being deceived. This is truly happening. And I have a special surprise for you, Bella.” - Elementally Mental

Voiced by: SoulFire
First Official Appearance: Elementally Mental

Dr. Kananfoddah

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Splitting an atom. What could go wrong?
“Now it is time to split dis atom.” - The Pest Of Time

Voiced by: Richto115
First Official Appearance: The Pest Of Time

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