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     Reksio 
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Voiced by: Marek Kocot ("Treasure Of The Pirates"), Rafał Kowal ("UFO" - onwards)

The titular dog who made his debut in the animated series and some educational games before being cast as the hero in a series of adventures. He lives in a hut.


  • Animals Lack Attributes: He's one of the few characters who don't wear any clothing, but he doesn't have a visible anus (unlike the cartoon version) or other features.
  • Aside Glance: When he's confused, he looks at the audience and shrugs.
  • The Chosen One: There are two games where he's treated as the chosen one.
    • In "UFO", Molly recognizes him as the "dog from the stars" who was sent to Kuran to help the Kretan resistence movement free the planet from Kurator's dictatorship.
    • In "Wizards", he's the chosen one from the prophecy that talks about the awakening of "The One Who's So Terribly Confusing" (also known as TKTPM) and the decay of Wonderland. His task is to figure out which of the seven wizards is TKTPM and stop him.
  • Distressed Dude: In most of the games he gets into a situation where he has to get rescued, but the most notable example is in "Wizards", where he's kidnapped by TKTPM and imprisoned in a magical power trap.
  • Heroic Dog: A dog who is the main hero of the series. His heroic deeds include saving the Black Chickens' village from pirates and finding the pirates' lost treasure, saving the hens that were kidnapped by the UFOs, saving Wonderland from the bad wizard and preventing a Bad Future for the main characters.
  • Hammerspace: He has a hidden "pocket" used to carry multiple items at once, regardless of how big they are.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Kretes. As of "UFO", they're always together in the various adventures. As of "Captain Nemo", Kretes settles in Reksio's backyard with his girlfriend Molly.
  • Idle Animation: In Time Machine only. If the player sits still for too long, he falls asleep.
  • Instant Expert: He masters new skills pretty quickly, like doing magic or competing in a knight tournament.
  • Pale Females, Dark Males: Reksio and Kari Mata invert this trope, since Reksio is mostly white with a few light brown patches, while his girlfriend is brown.
  • Red Baron: Reksio the Brave Dog (Dzielny Pies in Polish).
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The blue oni to Kretes' red oni because he's more calm and collected under pressure and because he speaks less.
  • Suddenly Speaking:
    • At the end of "Captain Nemo", he briefly talks after Kretes gives him a raspberry bubblegum. Kari Mata remains surprised.
    • In the Romanian dub, after only barking in the first three games, is given human dialogue starting with "Time Machine". In "Captain Nemo" and "Reksio And Kretes In Action!", he still keeps barking as a Verbal Tic. In "Mystery Of The Third Dimension", he's unintelligible again.
  • Time-Travel Romance: He first met his girlfriend Kari Mata after he and Kretes were trapped in the 19th century. Eventually, Nemo gives her permission to travel to Reksio's timeline to be with him.
  • Trademark Favourite Food: He really likes bones.
  • Uncertain Doom: In the bad future from the fourth game, he's the only main characters whose elder version is not seen, if he has one at all. The roosters refering to him as a mirage heavily implies that Reksio is dead in the bad future.
  • The Unintelligible: He only communicates through barking and the audience can't hear him, but many characters understand him.
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     Kretes / Moles 
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Voiced by: Marek Kocot ("Treasure Of The Pirates"), Rafał Kowal ("UFO" - onwards)

The second most important character in the series, the mole Kretes is Reksio's best friend and accompanies him in various adventures. He used to live on the Treasure Island and lived on Kuran for a while, but he ultimately settles in a burrow in Reksio's backyard.


  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Only wears a pair of goggles. City of Secrets 2 then gave him a sweater and jacket, elevating him to Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal status.
  • Ascended Extra: In the first game, he was just a minor character used for comedy (namely, being caught in embarassing situations). Starting with "UFO", he is the Deuteragonist of the series.
  • Catchphrase: "Oh, mother". In "Time Machine", he reveals the reason behind this catchphrase, which is the fact that he misses his parents. Another common phrase is "I don't believe it".
  • Characterization Marches On: In "UFO", he was nowhere nearly as cynical as he is in later games. He was also less of a coward.
  • Cowardly Lion: Despite being nervous in a high-stake situation, he will pull a moment of bravery when it counts.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He often responds to a situation that he considers unfair with sarcastic remarks. He usually puts his hands on his hips as well.
  • Diegetic Soundtrack Usage: In both "Wizards" and "Time Machine", he hums the background soundtracks when the player stands still.
  • Eyes Out of Sight: His eyes are always hidden behind his goggles. He is still able to get heart-shaped eyes through his goggles after falling in love with Molly.
  • The Face: Because Reksio is The Unintelligible, Kretes is the one who does most of the talking.
  • Gratuitous English: He sometimes slips into English when he hums the background soundtracks (e.g. "I love you, baby").
  • Grumpy Old Man: In the Bad Future, he's a lonely and perpetually grumpy old mole who never started a family with Molly and whose best friend is apparently dead.
  • Hammerspace: Like Reksio, he has a hidden "pocket" used to store items.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Reksio. They have many adventures together starting with the second game and he moves into Reksio's backyard after "Captain Nemo".
  • Jumped at the Call: He offered himself to pilot the spaceship built by the Inventor Rooster in order to save the kidnapped hens, becoming "Commander Kretes".
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": Kretes is derived from "kret", the Polish word for "mole".
  • Love at First Sight: He and Molly fall in love with each other the moment they meet.
  • Named in the Sequel: He was simply known as "the mole" in "Treasure of the Pirates". After becoming Ascended Extra in "UFO", he is given a real name.
  • Ominous Hair Loss: He used to have more hair than just a few strands, but lost it due to radioactive beetroot shampoo.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The red oni to Reksio's blue oni because he's much more nervous in a borderline situation and always speaks his mind.
  • Repeating So the Audience Can Hear: He's usually the one character who repeats what Reksio says for the convenience of the audience.
  • The Storyteller: Old Kretes likes to tell his grandchildren stories about his adventures.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: Downplayed. Molly isn't huge, but she's noticeably taller than him.
  • Trademark Favourite Food: His favourite food is pasta.
  • Undying Loyalty: As much as he wanted to stay on Kuran with Molly, he always stayed by Reksio's side when needed and accompanied him in adventures. The first thing he did after coming back to Earth was to build a Teleporter and jump into the album to free Reksio from the magical power trap.

     Kogut Wynalacza / Rooster Artificer 
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Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

An amateur inventor who makes his debut in the second game. He conceived the plans for most of the inventions in the series. He lives in the workshop. He has a twin brother named Korneliusz, two younger sisters, and their grandfather was Nemo.


  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: Wears nothing more than a mechanic's apron.
  • Ascended Extra: A minor one, but while in other games he is a Non-Action Guy who comes up with plans for the inventions, in Mystery Of The Third Dimension he joins Reksio and Kretes in their adventure in The Monolith.
  • Big Brother Instinct: He is understandable concerned when his younger sisters get kidnapped by aliens at the beginning of UFO.
  • Big Damn Heroes: At the end of Captain Nemo, he and Kornelek arrive at the right time in a flying vehicle to rescue Reksio and Kretes from drowning in the ocean. They knew the right time and place because of their grandfather's stories.
  • Ditzy Genius: As intelligent as he is, he is not without his less brilliant moments, such as forgetting to stop the prewash cycle when he builds a space ship out of a washing machine before the ship launches into space.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He's always called "The Inventor Rooster", which may or may not be his actual name.
  • Feather Fingers: Like many birds in the game, his wings are prehensile.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He's skilled with inventions, many of which are made of scraps found in the backyard. He can either construct them by himself or task Reksio and/or Kretes to build them, but he's always the one who comes up with the plans (excluding the Time Machine).
  • Generation Xerox: He stutters when he pronounces "ko", just like his grandfather Nemo did. Also, many of his ancestors were inventors, such as Herr Erfinder Hahn.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: In the bad future, he has grown a beard.
  • Not Quite Flight: In "Mystery Of The Third Dimension", he is able of limited flight, but only to jump crates that are one level above his height.
  • Promoted to Playable: "Mystery Of The Third Dimension" is the only game where he's playable.
  • The Smart Guy: He's the most skilled with technology among the main characters.
  • Verbal Tic: He always repeats the "ko" syllables three times.

     Korneliusz / Kurator 
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Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

The twin brother of the Inventor Rooster. He made his debut in "UFO", where he served as the main antagonist known as Kurator. Following his defeat and the destruction of the Egg of Stinks, he returns to Earth and reunites with his brother.


  • Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: All he wears is a mask and cloak.
  • Big Bad: He is the main antagonist in the second game. He was a dictator in the Kuran system, where he built his biggest invention: The Egg of Stinks. His main objective was to take over the Milky Way galaxy.
  • Big Damn Heroes: At the end of Captain Nemo, he and his brother arrive at the right time in a flying vehicle to rescue Reksio and Kretes from drowning in the ocean. They knew the right time and place because of their grandfather's stories.
  • Character Tics: When he's sad, he sits on the floor and puts his wings on his cheeks.
  • Evil Twin: He was the main antagonist of his debut game and he turns out to be the twin brother of the Inventor Rooster.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He has the genes of a good inventor as well, with his biggest creation being the Egg of Stinks.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After he fails to prevent Reksio from changing the course of the Egg of Stinks towards the star, thus thwarting his plan for good, he decides to have a change of heart and return to his brother on Earth.
  • In-Series Nickname: He's usually called "Kornelek".
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: He jokingly tells Reksio that he's his father before the destruction of the Egg of Stinks.
    • Long-Lost Relative: He is however, the lost brother of the Inventor Rooster. He was apparently kidnapped by aliens many years ago.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: In the bad future, he has grown a beard.
  • Out of Focus: Among the main characters, he generally has the least impact on the story after his Heel–Face Turn. He never joins Reksio and Kretes in adventures, something even his brother did once.
  • Put on a Bus: Doesn't appear in City of Secrets.
  • Verbal Tic: Frequently says "ko" in a deep, elongated manner resembling Vader Breath.
  • When He Smiles: Even he smiles during the celebration of his defeat after having a change of heart. The narrator points this out.

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Skarb Piratów / Treasure of the Pirates

     Robinson Kozoe and Piptaszek 
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Robinson Kozoe (right) and Piptaszek (left)
Voiced by: Tadeusz Czajka (Robinson), Olga Barbara Długońska-Kowal (Piptaszek)

The first characters Reksio meets after being stranded on the Treasure Island. After completing a task for him, Robinson will help Reksio decipher the Invisible Writing from a piece of paper he found in a bottle, which turns out to be a map.


  • Adaptational Villainy: Their American versions (the version Reksio and Kretes play in "Reksio and Kretes In Action!") are portrayed as Reksio's enemies rather than friends.
  • Expy: They are based on Robinson Crusoe and Friday from Robinson Crusoe. Just like his namesake, Robinson was stranded on a tropical island where he currently lives and breeds domestic animals, geese in this case. Piptaszek's name is similar to Piętaszek (Friday's Polish name) and is Robinson's assistant who is native to the island.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: As is typical for the Black Chicken tribe, Piptaszek wears a skirt made of leaves, but no shirt.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": Robinson Kozoe's surname is derived from "koza", the Polish word for "goat".
  • Oral Fixation: Robinson always has a pipe in his mouth which he sometimes smokes.
  • Solar-Powered Magnifying Glass: Piptaszek's glasses can be used to start a fire.

     The Black Chickens 

Wódz / Chief Kur-Czaka

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Voiced by: Marek Kocot

The chief of the Black Chicken tribe and the proud father of the village's princess. He understand the rat script and helps Reksio read a letter from the captain of the pirates after he saves the village from the pirates' attack.


  • Doting Parent: He is very proud of his daughter.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He is only known as "Wódz Kur-Czaka", which translates as "The chief of the chickens".
  • Gratuitous Foreign Language: He says "Mon Dieu" (French for "My God") when he thinks the pirates are going to attack the village. He later tells Reksio "Good Luck" in English.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: He wears a skirt made of leaves in addition to a golden necklace and a red hat, but no top.
  • Hidden Depths: He mentions that he dreams of flying into space. Ironically, his daughter and at least some other black chickens end up doing that after they get kidnapped by UFOs.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: He has short hair underneath his hat.
  • Small Parent, Huge Child: Downplayed Trope since he isn't that different in height from his daughter, but he is certainly lankier.

Królewna / Princess

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Voiced by: Olga Barbara Długońska-Kowal

The daughter of Chief Kur-Czaka and the princess of the Black Chicken tribe on the Treasure Island. Reksio has to do two tasks for her - collect 10 pearls and find a way to listen to her favourite song every day - in order to give him a safe conduct to enter the Temple of God Curd, which Reksio then gives to the guardian.


  • The Chief's Daughter: She is the daughter of Chief Kur-Czaka, which makes her the princess of the Black Chicken tribe. They live in a village on the Treasure Island, a tropical island in the Pacific Ocean.
  • Damsel in Distress: She is one of the hens who were kidnapped by the UFOs at the end of "Treasure of the Pirates". In "UFO", she appears in the last episode, where she has to get rescued from the Egg of Stinks.
  • Everyone Calls Her "Barkeep": She is only known as Princess.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: A Rare Female Example. Like other black chickens, she wears a skirt made of leaves and some golden accessories, but no top.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: She is a hen with a large afro.
  • Put on a Bus: She appears in the first three games, with "Wizards" marking her last appearance.
  • Sassy Black Woman: The hen equivalent to this. She's the princess of the Black Chicken tribe who lives on a tropical island who is a little spoiled and has a lot of sass in her dialogue.
  • Sassy Secretary: She returns in "Wizards", where it turns out she works as a secretary at the Town Hall of Magix of all places. She delivers quite a few wisecracks.
  • Small Parent, Huge Child: Downplayed since she isn't that different in height from her father (although her hair makes it look like she is), but she certainly has a larger frame.

The Bodyguard

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Voiced by: Marek Kocot

The guardian of the temple of God Curd. He doesn't let anyone pass unless they have a safe conduct, which Reksio must get from the Princess.


Kapłon / Capon

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Voiced by: Tadeusz Czajka

The priest of the temple of God Curd (Bóg Twaróg). In order to open the gate to the temple and have access to the volcano Reksio must answer his riddles correctly.


  • Bald Mystic: He is "bald" by rooster standards (he doesn't even have a comb, only a few hairs) and he's a priest who has a connection with the god of the island.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: He wears an outfit that goes over one shoulder like the one worn by Buddhist monks.
  • Punny Name: "Kapłon" means "capon", which is a type of castrated rooster used for some dishes, but it's also similar to the word "kapłan", which means "priest".
  • Riddle Me This: Reksio must answer five of his riddles correctly in order to open the gate to the temple of God Curd and reach his next destination - the volcano.

     The Pirates 

General

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A group of brave pirate rats. The Black Chickens thought they are the bad guys, but they actually have good intentions. The known members include: Capain O'Gryzek, Bosun Janusz, the swordsman Majtek, the cannoneer Kaszalot, and the old rat Sokole Oko.


  • Badasses Wear Bandanas: Janusz, Majtek and Kaszalot wear bandanas on thir heads. The first is the second-in-command, while the latter two are the most skilled in combat.
  • Cypher Language: They speak the same language as anyone else, but they use a special script that only few other characters (e.g. chief Kur-Czaka) can understand.
  • Dressed to Plunder: All of them are dressed in typical pirate attire. Thair heads are adorned with either a bicorn hat (O'Gryzek), a cavalier hat (Sokole Oko), or a bandana (Janusz, Majtek, Kaszalot). Two of the pirates wear a vest. For more specific accessories, check the pirates' individual sections.
  • Dub Species Change: The Romanian dub changed them to mice.
  • Friendly Pirate: The pirates are good guys, although they can be mischievous when the captain (whom they presumed to be dead) isn't around.
  • Good All Along: The Black Chickens thought they were planning to attack their village and eat the temple made of cheese. Instead, they wanted to retrieve the lost treasure to fulfill their captain's dream.
  • Weapon Specialization: Each of the pirates uses a unique weapon: Janusz has a spear (fitting his status as The Lancer), Sokole Oko is an old rat who fights with his cane, Majtek uses a sword, and Kaszalot uses a cannon he carries on his back. The captain's weapon is unknown.
  • You Dirty Rat!: Subverted. They are mistaken as being the bad guys. While they can be mischievous and they are not above kidnapping Reksio to get the treasure, the pirates were only in grief after losing their beloved captain (although they didn't know he was still alive) and they wanted to donnate the treasure to the Lonely Egg's House.

Captain O'Gryzek

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Voiced by: Marek Kocot

The captain of the pirates. His lifelong dream was to find the treasure and bring it to the Lonely Egg's House. One day, he went overboard his ship, but he was stranded on another ship, which was full of bottles, paper, and invisible ink. He used these to send messages.


  • The Captain: The beloved captain of his crew of pirates.
  • Friendly Pirate: He is the friendliest of the pirates. He is so generous he wanted to find the treasure to donnate it to the Lonely Egg's House instead of keep it to himself.
  • Nice Guy: He's friendly and generous.
  • Reports of My Death Were Greatly Exaggerated: The other pirates thought he was dead because he went overboard their ship. However, it turns out he was still alive because he was stranded on another ship. It's implied that he ate the wood to survive. He gets reunited with the crew at the end of the game.
  • Seadog Beard: He's a pirate with a long orange beard. Considering he was stranded on a ship for at least three weeks, this is no surprising.
  • Seadog Peg Leg: He has a wooden leg.
  • Team Dad: His crew has great respect for their captain. He keeps them in check since they tend to get into trouble without their captain.

Bosun Janusz

Voiced by: Tadeusz Czajka

The captain's second-in-command. He temporarily replaced O'Gryzek after he was separated from the crew.


  • The Face: When the captain isn't around, he does most of the talking.
  • The Lancer: He's O'Gryzek's Number Two, but in contrast to the more disciplined captain, Janusz is as chaotic as the other pirates.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: He and the other pirates ambush and kidnap Reksio when he thought the dog was trying to steal the treasure. After the beetles deliver him a letter that reveals Reksio actually wanted to find the treasure for them, he sincerely regrets the misunderstanding and sheds Tears of Remorse.
  • Number Two: He's the bosun of the crew and he temporarily took the lead in O'Gryzek's absence.
  • One-Steve Limit: As of "City of Secrets", he shares his name with the mayor of Pokopane.

Rat Sokole Oko

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Voiced by: Tomasz Jachowicz

The oldest of the pirates. He appears again in "Captain Nemo, where Reksio and Kretes meet him as a child in the 19th century.


  • Cane Fu: If he catches the beetles sneaking on the ship, he attacks them with his cane.
  • Cheerful Child: He was an energetic child.
  • Ironic Name: Sokole Oko means "hawk eye"... which is why he's introduced as an old rat who's essentially blind.
  • Long-Lived: He is more than 100 years old because he was born in the 19th century and is still alive in present time.
  • Same Clothes, Different Year: When he was young, he wore exactly the same clothes he does at present, only in smaller size.
  • Trademark Favourite Food: Like many cartoon rats and mice, he likes cheese. Reksio and Kretes take advantage of this when they ask a young Sokole Oko to make holes in the Temple of God Curd (explaining its present holes) for supplies.

Majtek / Seaman

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Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

One of the most combat-oriented pirates. His signature weapon is a sword.


  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He is only called "Majtek", which means "seaman", and might be his actual name.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Fittingly for a pirate, he wears an eyepatch.
  • Fat and Skinny: The skinny to Kaszalot's fat. They are paired together both in the minigame where Reksio must defeat them with coconuts and in the American version of the game.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: He wears pants, shoes, a belt / scarf around the waist and a vest, but most of his top is uncovered.

Cannoneer Kaszalot

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Voiced by: Marek Kocot

Another combat-oriented pirate, who is also the brawniest of the crew. His signature weapon is a cannon.


  • Backpack Cannon: He carries a cannon on his back.
  • The Big Guy: He is the biggest and fattest of the pirates and he's the cannoneer of the crew.
  • Fat and Skinny: The fat to Majtek's skinny. They are paired together both in the minigame where Reksio must defeat them with coconuts and in the American version of the game.
  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: He wears pants, shoes, and a belt / scarf around the waist, but no top.

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UFO

     Kretan Resistence Movement / La Resistance 

General

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From left to right: Kretti, Jean-Paul, Maldurf, and Molly
A group of moles from planet Kuran (also known as Kretons) that oppose Kurator's dictatorship. Their headquarters are found in a bakery. The known members are: Molly (the former leader), Captain Maldurf von Kretoff, Jean-Paul Kretien, Kretti Kretonen, Blubb, and their founder, Che Kopara.
  • Aerith and Bob: Molly and Jean-Paul (normal) vs Maldurf, Kretti and Blubb (unusual).
  • Author Avatar: Maldurf, Jean-Paul and Kretti are voiced by Krzysztof Hrynkiewicz, Jarosław Lula, and Bartłomiej Brosz respectively. They serve as a self-insert of the developpers, particularly in the stingers. The newest member, Blubb, is voiced by Przemysław Jaskot, who joined the production team later.
  • Distressed Dude: Maldurf, JP, and Kretti were imprisoned by some of the hens that work for Kurator until being freed by Kretes.
  • Gratuitous French: Since it's a parody of the real La Resistance, they use some French. Their motto is "Vive La Resistance!" (Let live The Resistence) and their headquarters is found in La Resistance Boulangerie (boulangerie = bakery).
  • La Résistance: Literally named "La Resistance", it was founded to oppose Kurator's dictatorship.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": The more prominent male members all have "kret" somewhere in their surname, which is the Polish word for mole. Molly's name sounds similar to the English word.
  • Recurring Extra: The only game where Maldurf, JP, and Kretti play a major part is "UFO", but they appear in almost every subsequent game, usually involved in development-related jokes in the stingers.
  • Superhero Team Uniform: The uniform consists of a light orange trenchcoat and a blue beret.

Molly

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Voiced by: Olga Barbara Długońska-Kowal

In her debut game, she is the leader of La Resistance and the planmaker who gives Reksio and Kretes the tasks needed to overthrow Kurator's dictatorship. She falls in love with Kretes and they live together on Kuran for some time, but eventually both settle in a burrow in Reksio's backyard.


  • Artistic License – Biology: In "City of Secrets", Kretes implies that she sleeps throughout the winter, but real moles don't hibernate. This is most likely done for the scene where the Narrator wakes her up.
  • The Bus Came Back: After being absent in the third and fourth parts (aside from mentions), Kretes gets reunited with her in "Captain Nemo".
  • The Leader: She is the former leader of La Resistance.
  • Love at First Sight: She and Kretes fall in love with each other the moment they meet.
  • Ms. Exposition: She suggests that Reksio and Kretes ask her questions after they offer to help her free the planet from Kurator. They can ask questions about the members of La Resistance, the planets in the Kuran System and other things.
  • The Smurfette Principle: She was the only female member of La Resistance.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: She is taller than her boyfriend Kretes.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The girly girl to Kari Mata's tomboy. Molly is good at sewing and cooking and wears make up and carries a purse, while Kari Mata has a more tomboyish appearance and is good at pulling cranks.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: She shows signs of this in "Mystery of the Third Dimension" when she tries to destroy The Monolith that Reksio, Kretes, and the Inventor Rooster are trapped in by using a bulldozer and a pickaxe. It doesn't work.
  • Vocal Evolution: Her voice is more nasal in "UFO" than it is in "Captain Nemo" or "Reksio And Kretes In Action!".

Captain Maldurf von Kretoff

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Voiced by: Krzysztof Hrynkiewicz

The captain of the crew. He is responsible for both the succesful and the failed missions of La Resistance.


  • The Ace: Molly says that all the succesful missions against the Kurator's government are thanks to him.
    • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: At the same time, he's also responsible for the organization's failed missions. For a concrete example, he nearly cost the victory when he built a vacuum cleaner too large to be taken out of the basement.
  • The Captain: He is in charge with the missions.
  • Ditzy Genius: Smart enough to build a vacuum cleaner in order to rescue the hens that are kept hostage on the Egg... without taking into consideration how to get it out of the basement. Thankfully, Kretes solved this issue by shrinking the invention down with Lebiodka.
  • Eyes Out of Sight: He wears dark shades that cover his eyes.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He has some DIY skills considering he built a vacuum cleaner.
  • Running Gag: Trying to toss a lollipop into his mouth, only for it to fall on the ground.
  • Sweet Tooth: He is usually seen with a lollipop.

Jean-Paul Kretien

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Voiced by: Jarosław Lula

One of the members of La Resistance. He is good at building and fixing things. He likes to accentuate the negative and often argues with Maldurf.


  • Deadpan Snarker: He has a deadpan voice and a lot of his lines are sarcastic quips.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He is skilled with spaceships. He fixes Reksio and Kretes' vehicle after it crashes in the headquarters and programs an autopilot to Lead Reksio and Kornelek (Kretes decided to stay) home safely.
  • The Napoleon: He is the shortest member of La Resistance, but is the most grumpy.
  • Perpetual Frowner: He always has an angry expression.
  • Poor Communication Kills: He's also partially responsible for nearly costing the mission because he didn't want to warn Maldurf about the size of the vacuum cleaner just because. Maldurf lampshades this.

Kretti Kretonen

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Voiced by: Bartłomiej Brosz

A member of La Resistance. He flies with Reksio and Kretes to Indor and Kurakis, where he guards the spaceship. According to his colleagues, he always bravely resists. He can stand still for a long period of time.


  • Alliterative Name: Kretti Kretonen.
  • Eyes Out of Sight: His eyes are hidden behind his shades.
  • Limited Animation: An exaggerated and deliberate example that is Played for Laughs. He stands perfectly still most of the time because the producers "forgot to animate him". His colleagues thought he was made of plywood because of this.
  • Suddenly Speaking: To go along with his still animation, he spends most of "UFO" completely silent and unresponsive. He talks for the first time in The Stinger of the game to reveal that he's not made of plywood, but simply has the role of standing still. After that, he keeps his voice.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: He keeps his coat unbuttoned.

Blubb

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Voiced by: Przemysław Jaskot

The last introduced member of La Resistance. He appears for the first time in the outro of "Kapitan Nemo" if the player completes the Hard difficulty.


  • Eyes Out of Sight: His eyes are hidden behind his shades.
  • Odd Name Out: He is the only current male member who doesn't have "kret" in his name, unless his full name isn't given.
  • The Quiet One: He doesn't speak too much during his little time on-screen.
  • The Sixth Ranger: Possibly. He is the last introduced member, implying he might have joined La Resistance later.

     Bindors 
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Voiced by: Rafał Kowal (Roman), Olga Barbara Długońska-Kowal (Julitta), Grzegorz Wolf (Hermit, unnamed Bindor)

Two-headed turkeys native to Moon Indor. The two known tribes are Ciapciuleci and Motykiusze, who became enemies after the head of Motykiusze borrowed a very important object from the Ciapciuleci and forgot to give it back. The two families are divided by a wall.


  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: These alien turkeys are colored green and red.
  • Disappeared Dad: The Hermit turns out to be Roman's father and he got stuck in the mountains when Roman was just a child after losing his memory. They eventually get reunited.
  • Earn Your Happy Ending: After the (possibly) head of Ciapciuleci finds out the head of Motykiusze didn't return the cauldron due to having amnesia, he decides to end the feaud between the family. Furthermore, Julitta and Roman get reunited and don't die like Romeo and Juliet.
  • Feuding Families: The Ciapciuleci and Motykiusze got divided after the latter tribe forgot to return a borrowed object (which turns out to be a cauldron) to the former ages ago. Ever since then, the Ciapciuleci want nothing to do with the Motykiusze and built a wall to separate the villages, much to the sorrow of the lovers, Julitta and Roman.
  • In the Hood: The mysterious hermit Reksio meets in a cave wears a hood (one for each head).
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: The Hermit lost his memory after being hit in the head(s) with a big rock. He forgot that he was the head of the Motykiusze tribe and that he had borrowed a cauldron from the Ciapciuleci. This misunderstanding was the reason why the feud between the families started. The Hermit gets his memory bac after Reksio helps him find the ingredients for a potion.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: Julitta and Roman have hair on both heads, while the Hermit has a beard on one head and a mustache on the other one.
  • Non-Mammal Mammaries: Julitta is a bird with a cleavage.
  • Spare Body Parts: Unlike turkeys from Earth, they have two heads.
  • Star-Crossed Lovers: Julitta and Roman were affected by the feud between their families and the construction of the wall that separates them. They get reunited after Reksio helps the families end their conflict and Kretes demolishes the wall.

     Kurakis 

Baron Żabba Harkokokonen

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Voiced by: Igor Budaj

The ruler of planet Kurakis. A rich and cunning frog who captured the cat Kott to obtain his Lebiodka in order to lose weight the easy way.


  • Cigar Chomper: He always has a high-class cigar in his mouth excluding the outro of the game.
  • Fat Bastard: He is very fat, which prompted him to kidnap the cat Kott to get Lebiodka (a plant with the magical property of temporary shrinking) from him, with unsuccessful results.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Sort of. If Kretes wins at least one rally, he keeps his promise to free the cat Kott and even decides to start an active lifestyle instead of being a lazy Jerkass.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Molly states he is not very pleasant, which is proved in the way he treats his prisoner Kott. However, he's still willing to set his prisoner free if Kretes wins at least one rally and he does keep his promise.
  • Lazy Bum: He used to be lazy since he prefered to lose weight the easy way by consuming Lebiodka, even though it would be useless since the shrinking effect is only temporary. He prefered this over aerobics, but in the end he's convinced to start doing sports.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": "Żabba" is the Polish word for frog with double "b".
  • Pet the Dog: If Kretes loses enough rallies, he will still free Kott after seeing Kretes' determination.
  • Shout-Out: He is named after Jabba the Hutt and Baron Harkonnen. They are all the fat rulers of a desert planet.
  • Toothy Bird: He has teeth, even though real frogs don't have. Then again, he's from another planet.

Cat Kott

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Voiced by: Grzegorz Wolf

A cat who is part of the Ferments tribe. He grows Lebiodka. He knows the code for the space port gate from Kuran, which Reksio and Kretes need.


  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: He's an alien cat with blue fur.
  • Caring Gardener: He grows Lebiodka and is shown to be very protective of the crops. This is part of the reason why he doesn't allow the baron to get his hands on it to lose weight. He also hates when tiny worms infest the plants.
  • Distressed Dude: Baron Żabba kidnapped him to get Lebiodka from him in order to lose weight, but he continued to refuse.
  • Extra Eyes: He has three eyes.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": "Kott" is the Polish word for cat with an extra "t".
  • Taken for Granite: Subverted. When Reksio and Kretes enter the Baron's fortress, they see a statue of ice resembling an imprisoned Kott, which they mistake for the real Kott turned into ice.

Czarodzieje / Wizards

     The Council of the Seven Wizards 

General

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Voiced by: Piotr Michalski (all of them)

The most powerful mages in Wonderland who are supposed to make sure nothing bad happens there. The council is made up of Burektor Mateusz, the director of the University, the three magic teachers and the three guardians of a province. Each game randomly selects a treacherous wizard known as "The-One-Who-Stirs-So-Frighteningly".


  • Aerith and Bob: Mateusz and Waldemar are names found in real life, while the others have made up names.
  • The Archmage: They are collectively known as the most powerful wizards in Wonderland and they're in charge of the land. The extent to their magical powers is not fully disclosed, but one particular member wants to take the powers all for himself.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": All the members are named after their animal species, often modeled after a fictional character.
    • Burektor Mateusz - "burek" means mongrel, while "mat" sound similar to "mutt".
    • Gulguldryk Gryfindyk - "gul gul" is the sound made by turkey, while the "indyk" from his surname means "turkey".
    • Serpentus Snejk - it's not hard to guess that he's a snake.
    • Waldemar Mors - His surname means "walrus", while his first name starts with "wal", which is typical for fictional walruses.
    • Spielmauster - "maus" is German for mouse.
    • Chrumburak - his name is derived from the sound made by pigs.
    • Barandalf - "baran" means "ram".
  • Mixed Animal Species Team: A dog, a turkey, a snake, a walrus, a mouse, a pig, and a ram.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: The uniform consists of a pointy hat that is either red or blue and a robe in one of the same colors that is adorned with either moons or stars.
  • Rule of Seven: Fitting for a fantasy setting, the council is made up of seven wizards, each getting a version where they are the bad guy. Overlaps with Rule of Three with three magic teachers of the University and three guardians of provinces far away from Magix.
  • Shout-Out Theme Naming: The teachers are named after characters from Harry Potter: Gulguldryk Gryfindyk - Godric Gryffindor; Serpentus Snejk - Severus Snape; Waldimors - Voldemort.
  • Unmoving Plaid: The moon and star patterns on their clothes stay in place when they move.

Burektor Mateusz

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The rector of the University of Magic. He studies an ancient prophecy that talks about the awakening of a bad wizard (a member from the council) and The Chosen One who will save the decaying Wonderland. He guides Reksio in his mission.


  • Big Good: He's the most concerned about saving Wonderland from the danger it's in during the events of the game and he helps Reksio by giving him advice about what he has to do. He later gathers the other wizards to help Reksio and Kretes expose the traitor. Of course, even Burektor can turn out to be the Big Bad.
  • Brutal Honesty: He doesn't hide the flaws he sees in other characters when talking to Reksio, such as Spielmauster's slight craziness and Al Chomik's speech problem among other things.
  • Eccentric Mentor: The rector of the University of Magic who is very knowledgeable and studies an ancient prophecy. But with everything going on recently, he didn't have time to shave himself or clean his office. He also chooses names of desserts for passwords, just like Dumbledore.
  • Heroic Dog: A dog who is part of the Council of the Seven Wizards and is concerned about the safety of the University and Wonderland as a whole.
  • Mr. Exposition: He can answer a lot of questions for Reksio to help him and the audience become familiar with the world of the wizards. This includes the prophecy, the other members of the council, and the flight on a broomstick.
  • Punny Name: His title is a pun between "burek" (Polish for "mongrel", implying he might be mixed-breed) and "rektor", since he's the head of the University.
  • Seriously Scruffy: He has a bit of a stubble, most likely due to the stress regarding the recent events in Wonderland. He has a monologue that he must shave.

Gulguldryk Gryfindyk

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The teacher of magic for beginners. His office is found in the small hall of the University on the ground hall.


  • Alliterative Name: His first and last name start wit "G", just like the Hogwarts founder he was named after.
  • Amazing Technicolor Wildlife: He's a turkey with blue feathers.
  • Forced Sleep: One of the offensive spells he teaches is the Dream spell, which puts the opponent to sleep during the duel.
  • Mr. Exposition: Being the teacher of magic for beginners, he explains the concept of spells to Reksio, revealing there are two types: offensive and defensive. He also explains the concept of duels and is the first character to make Reksio familiar with the "Poultry of Chaos".
  • Perpetual Frowner: He is never seen smiling, unless he's revealed as the traitor.
  • Toothy Bird: Even he gets a Slasher Smile if he turns out to be the evil wizard, even though birds don't have teeth.

Serpentus Snejk

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Docent Serpentus Snejk is the second-degree teacher of magic at the University. His office is hidden behind a tapestry and it can only be accessed after learning all first-level spells, after which Gulguldryk will give Reksio the key to his office.


  • Alliterative Name: He keeps the alliteration of his namesake, Severus Snape.
  • Bewitched Amphibians: One of the offensive spells he teaches is the Turning into a Frog spell.
  • Final Boss: In "Reksio and Kretes in Action!", he is the third and toughest boss of the American reinterpretation of "Reksio and the Wizards".
  • Hermit Guru: His office is unreachable by students who didn't finish the first-degree spells. Even if they solve the puzzle on his tapestry, they still need a key from Gulguldryk to open the door.
  • Loners Are Freaks: He works in a hidden office and Burektor calls him a weirdo that he doesn't know much about.
  • Snakes Are Sinister:
    • Even in the versions where he is not "The-One-Who-Stirs-So-Frighteningly", he is still described as a surly weirdo.
    • In the American version of the game, which has a linear story, he is always TKTPM. However, everybody turns out to be a bit disturbing, and while he gets the harshest punishment, the others don't get away with it, either.
  • Stern Teacher: Implied to be considering Burektor calls him "surly". He is actually shown to be friendly towards Reksio, but his relationship with other students is unknown. He does sound somewhat severe in an unused dialogue in the game files (specifically, when the player clicks on a spell he already learnt), though.

Waldemar "Waldi" Mors

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The teacher of advanced magic. His office is outside the University and outside of Magix, in an ice cave where only Smokręt can take Reksio and Kretes if they tell the dragon the password given by Serpentus.


  • Casting a Shadow: One of the spells he teaches is the Darkness spell. Striking the opponent with it will cover him in a cloud of darkness.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Aside from teaching the aforementioned Darkness spell, he also knows a lot about black magic, given he has the most accurate hypothesis about Poultry of Chaos. However, he is still a nice walrus, at least in most versions.
  • Eyes Out of Sight: He is the only member whose glasses completely cover his eyes.
  • Hermit Guru: As expected ofhis species, he lives and works in an icy place outside of Magix. This makes his office hard to reach, hence only Smokręt can take the students there and only after they finish Serpentus' lessons.
  • In-Series Nickname: He is usually called Waldi Mors or just Waldi.
  • Species Surname: His surname is the Polish word for "walrus".
  • Warm-Hearted Walrus: Smokręt calls him a nice walrus. For he most part, he is friendly towards Reksio and congratulates him if he finishes the third-degree spells (which is not necessary to advance the plot), stating that he didn't have such a bright student for a long time and hoping he would use magic for a good purpose. Subverted if he turns out to be the evil wizard.

Spielmauster

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The guardian of the province Piklibia, his own work. He creates a lot. He is a fan of role-playing and board games. It is from him where Reksio gets the Investigation Chart to help him expose the traitor.


  • Distressed Dude: After the jumping warriors turned against their master, he tried to defend himself by keeping a Mouse Trap inside his house, but ended up getting stuck himself.
  • Ditzy Genius: He creates, invents and has an active imagination. He also deduces things easily, like figuring out that Poultry of Chaos are related to the disappearance of magic. However, he is stated to be slightly crazy and he learns the hard way why he shouldn't keep a mouse trap in his own house, something he calls himself out for.
  • Game Master: He is the literal game master of his jumping warriors who can control them to take part in various adventures in a world that looks like a giant board game. Unfortunately, he lost control over the warriors after most of his magic disappeared as a result of TKTPM's interference.
  • Meaningful Name: His name, of German origin, is a pun between "spiel meister" (game master) and "maus" (mouse). That's exactly what he calls himself and fits the description perfectly.
  • Nice Mice: He is a nice, if somewhat eccentric mouse who helps Reksio obtain a very important artifact to help the hero with the investigation of the evil wizard. But he can also subvert the stereotype, not unlike the pirates who subvert theirs.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Safe for a cutscene in "Action!", he is always seen smiling, even when he is in distress.
  • Resourceful Rodent: A rodent whose most defining trait is creativity. He single-handedly designed and built Piklibia and everything in it, including the dungeons. He also created mechanical knights to take part in role-playing games.
  • Smart People Build Robots: The jumping warriors from Piklibia are mechanical knights that he built and that he controls with his magic. He is also shown to be a quick thinker.

Chrumburak

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The guardian of The Land of Fairy Tales. He lives in a brick house, which later becomes the Snow Queen's new "palace".


  • Brainy Pig: Inverted in most versions since he is kinda oblivious, but in the version where he is TKTPM, this is only an act and he's still smart enough to build a machine that absorbs all magic.
  • Humanlike Hand Anatomy: He has hands with human-like fingers rather than hooves.
  • Kindhearted Simpleton: He is shown to be not particularly bright compared to the other members of the council, and is shown to be oblivious to some recent events like Poultry of Chaos. However, he is shown to be friendly to most characters and he wants to be a good guardian for his land. Kretes shows the most surprise when he turns out to be the evil wizard (and an actually intelligent one).
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: He claims that he doesn't know anything about Poultry of Chaos and that he doesn't understand why all the fairy tale characters were turned into frogs. This makes him a good candidate for TKTPM, because in the version where he is the bad guy, it becomes clear that he only pretended to be unintelligent.
  • Perpetual Smiler: At least in "Reksio and the Wizards", he is always seen smiling.
  • Pig Man: An anthropomorphic pig who has human hands instead of hooves.
  • Stepford Smiler: Even though his character model is shown to be smiling, he states that he doesn't do very well and expresses regret about not being able to protect The Land of Fairy Tales from all the bad things that have happened recently.

Barandalf Biały / the White

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The guardian of the province Bobror. As a result of the actions of "The-One-Who-Stirs-So-Frighteningly", he often wanders in his province, making him hard to find.


  • Alliterative Name: His name and title both start with the letter "b".
  • Expy: Since Bobror is in itself an allusion to The Lord of the Rings, the guardian wizard is naturally heavily based on Gandalf. They have similar names, the same wise philosophical personality, and both are wanderer wizards. In terms of appearance, his beard is similar to that of Gandalf the White, but the color of his hat and robe is closer to that of Gandalf the Grey since white is not a choice.
  • Humanlike Hand Anatomy: He has hands with human-like fingers instead of hooves.
  • Light 'em Up: He appears in a beam of light when he's introduced to Reksio, Kretes, and the Fellowship of the Ring.
  • Light Is Good: He is a white ram who earned his title thanks to the fact that he can glow brightly and he has a strong sense of justice, which can however turn out to be fake.
  • Meaningful Name: His title makes it clear he is associated with the color white, the color of his beard, plus he was introduced in a white beam of light.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Like Guguldryk, he never smiles unless he's revealed to be the traitor.
  • Walking the Earth: He walks back and forth in his province to protect the land that is menaced by the actions of the bad wizard.

     Magix 

Al-Chomik

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Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

An alchemist who prepares and sells potions and other magical objects. Reksio goes to him for a potion to reduce Kretes in size after he gets stuck in the roof of the Town Hall.


  • Con Man: He is motivated by profit, so he tries to sell things that others don't need or sell things they need at inflated prices. He tries both of these with Reksio, but doesn't succeed. Instead, after Reksio gets Lebiodka for a size-reducing potion, Al-Chomik gives up and gives him the key to his basement to prepare the potion himself.
  • Hypocritical Humor: He claims that Reksio spits terribly when he barks, but he visibly spits far worse, even when he's not talking.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": "Chomik" means "hamster".
  • Punny Name: His name is a pun between "alchemist" and hamster (chomik).
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: He wears a pointy hat and a robe like other citizens of Magix, although it's unclear whether he's an actual wizard.
  • Speech Impediment: He lisps severely due to his huge buck-teeth and he spits when talking.
  • Spitty Speaker: He is pretty irritable and he has a lisp problem that causes him to spit constantly.

Smokręt

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Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

A dragon who transports travelers and sometimes goods. After Reksio renews his license to fly, he transports him to the Lebiodka fields. He also transports students to Waldimors' class.


  • Delightful Dragon: He is a friendly dragon who is willing to transport people even for free as long as he has a license to fly.
  • Gentle Giant: He is very friendly and because of his size, he couldn't enter the Town Hall to renew his license himself.
  • Giant Flyer: A giant flying dragon who carries passengers on his back. He can still carry them while swimming.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: A dragon who can fly, swim, and drink a lot of water, which he can squirt through his mouth to extinguish a fire instead of breathe fire.
  • Ridiculously Small Wings: His wings are very small relative to his body, but he flies well.

Lis Chytrus / The Sly Fox

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Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

A broom seller who sells his goods at very high prices. Reksio will buy a Bamboo 2000 from him after earning 1000 gold coins.


  • Cunning Like a Fox: His name literally means "sly fox". This trait is shown through his attempts at earning profit by using mottos to attract clients and selling brooms at very high prices. Even the cheapest broom costs 1000 gold coins.
  • A Dog Named "Dog": His name means "sly fox".
  • Perpetual Smiler: He is always seen smiling, but he certainly isn't as friendly as he looks.
  • Robe and Wizard Hat: He wears a pointy hat and a robe (sort of) like other citizens of Magix, although it's unclear whether he's an actual wizard.

     The Land of Fairy Tales 

The Fairy Tales

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From left to right: Cobbler Dratewka, Snow White and the Seven dwarfs, Thumbelina, Little Red Riding Hood, Baba Jaga
Voiced by: Rafał Kowal (The Cobbler), Olga Barbara Długońska-Kowal (Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood, Baba Jaga, Thumbelina), Piotr Michalski (Dragon, Troll, Giant, The Seven Dwarfs, Genie)

Characters from various fairy tales who were turned into frogs during the events of the game. Some of them need help with their tasks and will give Reksio something in return, while others serve as obstacles.


  • Adaptation Name Change: The Seven Dwarfs (except Sleepy and Sneezy) have different names from the Disney adaptation. Their names are: ​​Gapcio, Kapeć, Śpioszek, Szmacio, Bidet, Bufor, and Semafor.
  • Anti-Hero: The Cobbler (Szewczyk Dratewka, a character from a Polish folktale) sews Little Red Riding Hood's red hood after Reksio and Kretes give his shoes back (they were stolen by Puss in Boots), but he has a barrel that contains sulphur. He poisoned the Dragon with said sulphur just like in the fairy tale, which caused the beast to lose control of his fire breath. Kretes calls the Cobbler a scoundrel.
  • Animal Gender-Bender: At the end of the game, the fairy tale characters turn back to normal and some of them are revealed to be hens - including The Cobbler and the Seven Dwarfs.
  • Benevolent Genie: Dżin. While he tests the heroes with a logical puzzle before granting them three wishes, he keeps his word and he grants every wish as best as he can. When Kretes wishes for a new palace for the Snow Queen, he brings Chrumburak's brick house instead (he appologizes for not having other available houses), but the queen doesn't seem to mind.
  • Bewitched Amphibians: After the awakening of the evil wizard, all the fairy tale characters were turned into frogs.
  • Composite Character: The Cobbler trying to kill the dragon by poisoning him with sulphur alludes to the polish legend about Skub the Cobbler and Dragon of Wawel Hill - however the Cobbler's name is Dratewka, a character from a completely different fairy tale who also happens to be a cobbler (admitedly the game isn't the only case of this happening, and it's common in polish popculture to amalgamate both characters into one).
  • Genie in a Bottle: Genie lives in a pumpkin-shaped lamp. He leaves it forever and Reksio brings it home as a souvenir.
  • The Ghost: Cinderella's (destroyed) carriage appears, but she doesn't appear outside of being mentioned. The Fairy God Mother is likewise only mentioned.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: In a reference to the tale of The Princess and the Pea, a frog tried to see if she can feel a bean under many mattresses to prove that she's a princess, but she's a bit disappointed to realize that she's just a normal frog.
  • Mistaken Identity: Baba Jaga thinks Reksio and Kretes are Hansel and Gretel, although they later decide to go along with these names.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: Puss in Boots keeps some cat traits like his whiskers even after being turned into a frog.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: Some of them like Snow White, Baba Jaga, Thumbelina, and Cobbler Dratewka have hair both in their real forms (they're revealed to be hens in the game's outro) and their frog forms. The dwarfs have beards.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: The Dragon that serves as a guardian of sorts for The Snow Queen resembles a European dragon: giant, fire-breathing, with spikes running down his spine. Since he was turned into a frog, his actual appearance is unknown.
  • Public Domain Character: They are based on various European fairy tale characters. Click here to see the full list 
  • Spared by the Adaptation: This version of Snow White doesn't bite the poisoned apple, being fully aware of its effects. Instead, Reksio and Kretes will give it to the Giant to put it to sleep.
  • Taken for Granite: The Troll turns into stone when it steps in the sunlight. He was temporarily depetrified thanks to Baba Jaga's magical comb, but he hopped in the sunlight and turned back to stone.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: The Dragon didn't want to melt The Snow Queen's palace and the frozen mountain it used to stand on. He just couldn't control his fire breath because he was poisoned with sulphur, until Reksio and Kretes dispose off The Cobbler's barrel.

The Snow Queen

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Voiced by: Olga Barbara Długońska-Kowal

The game's version of The Snow Queen who recently lost her ice palace as a result of the dragon's uncontrollable fire breath. She promotes Reksio as royal inspector and tasks him to find her a new palace. She gets a brick house which also belongs to the wizard Chrumburak.


  • Fallen Princess: Downplayed. She is still identified as a queen, but she loses her ice palace. After Reksio and Kretes find Dżin's lamp, he grants her a normal brick cottage that somebody (Chrumburak) already lives in, but she's fine with it.
  • An Ice Person: Like her fairy tale counterpart, she has ice powers. She is seen using them when she casts a spell to freeze the mountain that she lives on, but it only works after Reksio and Kretes solve the dragon's problem.
  • Speech Impediment: After being turned into a frog, she started to replace /p/ and /b/ with /f/ and /v/ respectively.
  • Trauma Conga Line: In a short period of time, she was turned into a frog with a speech problem and both her palace and the frozen mountain melted.
  • Winter Royal Lady: A queen with ice powers who used to live in an Ice Palace.

The Talking Stone That Talks

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Voiced by: Olga Barbara Długońska-Kowal

A formerly normal stone that recently gained the ability to talk. It serves as a guide for Reksio and Kretes in the Land of Fairy Tales until they give it to Shreksio.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: It used to be a normal stone, but due to the actions of TKTPM, it became sentient and gained the ability to talk. This was foretold in The Prophecy.
  • Apologizes a Lot: It doesn't do anything bad, but it still apologizes often.
  • Ms. Exposition: It speaks with a feminine voice and it acts as a guide for Reksio and Kretes in the Land of Fairy Tales.
  • Odd Friendship: It becomes Shreksio's companion when the latter wants to go on a long journey. A talking stone and an ogre as friends? Why not.

Shreksio

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Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

A dog-like ogre who decided to leave The Land of Fairy Tales because he believes he doesn't belong. After Reksio and Kretes find him a basket full of supplies and a companion, he starts a long journey. His former den becomes Baba Jaga's new house.


  • Identical Stranger: He looks a lot like Reksio, but green and with different ears that look like Shrek's. Their names are also very similar.
  • Mix-and-Match Critters: He's a dog-ogre hybrid.
  • Odd Friendship: He accepts a talking stone as a companion in his long journey. It's a friendship between a stone and an ogre.
  • The Unintelligible: Like Reksio, he only communicates through barking, but Kretes understands him.
  • Walking the Earth: He leaves the Land of Fairy Tales and wants to go on a long journey.

     The Fellowship of the Ring 
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Clockwise from left to right: Mimli, Bobromir, Bulbo, Lowelas
Voiced by: Piotr Michalski (Bulbo Bagniś, Lowelas), Rafał Kowal (Bobromir), Krzysztof Hrynkiewicz (Mimli)

A group of different animal species that live in the province of Bobror. They are a parody of the Fellowship of the Ring from The Lord of the Rings, although lead by Bilbo instead of Frodo. The members are Bulbo Bagniś, Bobromir, Lowelas, and Mimli. They temporarily team up with Reksio and Kretes when all of them search for the wizard Barandalf the White.


  • Alliterative Name: Bulbo Bagniś, named after Bilbo Baggins.
  • Chick Magnet: Bulbo says that every squirrel would want Lowelas as a husband (although he did not specify that only female squirrels).
  • Expy: They have similar names and appearances as characters from the Tolkien's Legendarium franchise. However, Lowelas is the most similar to his LOTR namesake, Legolas, because they're both master archers who are considered attractive.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": Bobromir is named after the Polish word for beaver (bobr) and Boromir.
  • Master Archer: Lowelas is stated to be a very good archer.
  • Mixed Animal Species Team: A hamster (although Bulbo calls himself a chommit, a pun between "hamster" and "hobbit"), a beaver, a hedgehog, and a skunk who temporarily teamed up with the dog Reksio and the mole Kretes.
  • Mr. Exposition: Bulbo is the one who introduces all he members to Resio and Kretes.
  • Pokémon Speak: Mimli only says his own name.
  • Smelly Skunk: Both Bulbo and Kretes note that Mimli stinks - which is why the mole refuses to cross the river by boat with him or stand on the same riverbank as him.
  • Shout-Out Theme Naming: They are named after characters from The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, whom they also resemble in appearance: Bulbo Bagniś - Bilbo Baggins; Bobromir - Boromir; Lowelas - Legolas; Mimli - Gimli.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?:
    • Both Bulbo and Mimli (according to the former) are afraid of dogs. This influences the minigame in which the characters (with Bobromir as the rower) have to cross the Mandolina River.
    • Not scared of them per se, but Kretes refuses to cross the river or stand on the same riverbank with Mimli and Lowelas. The former because of his smell and the latter because of his quills.

     The Land of The-One-Who-Stirs-So-Frighteningly 

General

The White Rabbit

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Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

The first character Reksio meets in Wonderland. The White Rabbit helps him escape the magical power trap he was imprisoned in. He worked for The-One-Who-Stirs-So-Frighteningly.


  • Distressed Dude: His master locked him in a cage for helping Reksio escape when he tried to prevent the Prophecy from happening. Reksio doesn't have to set him free to win the game note , but the rabbit was canonically set free.
  • The Dog Bites Back: If Reksio and Kretes set him free from the cage that his master locked him in, he is willing to bring them to the wizard's location to defeat him.
  • Follow the White Rabbit: Reksio has to follow him at the beginning of the game to get out of the magical power trap, although the rabbit leaves him they arrive in a room with a mirror, waiting for the Prophecy set into motion. At the end of the game, he leads Reksio and Kretes to his master's lair.
  • High-Class Glass: He's a sharp-dressed rabbit with a monocle.
  • Minion with an F in Evil: Despite working for The-One-Who-Stirs-So-Frighteningly, he helps Reksio escape from the magical power trap that they imprisoned him in. He fully turns against the evil wizard after he locks the rabbit in a cage.
  • White Bunny: He is inspired by the White Rabbit after all.

The Mad Hatter, The March Hare, and The Gopher

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From left to right: March Hare, Gopher, Mad Hatter
Voiced by: Krzysztof Hrynkiewicz (Mad Hatter), Jarosław Lula (March Hare), Bartłomiej Brosz (Gopher)

The game's version of the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, and the Gophernote . They are seen at afternoon drinking tea and discussing the development of the game.


  • Author Avatar: They are the other self-insert of the developers who voiced them besides the Kretons. Most of their lines are related to the development of "Reksio and the Wizards". The Mad Hatter also appears in the outro of "Time Machine" and "Captain Nemo", where he speaks to the players in the name of Krzysztof Hrynkiewicz.
  • Copy Protection: The Mad Hatter takes Mr. Policeman's place in "Captain Nemo" during the "You lose, you lose" action that prevents piracy of the game. Instead of demanding a code, he tells the players to press a button only if they bought the CD legally in order to continue the game.
  • Eyes Out of Sight: The Gopher wears eye-obscuring glasses, not unlike Brosz's other Author Avatar.
  • Perpetual Frowner: Unlike other versions of the character, this March Hare is never seen smiling.
  • Perpetual Smiler: The Mad Hatter, on the other hand, is always seen grinning.
  • Signature Headgear: The Mad Hatter from the novel and the Walt Disney film got his name from his distinctive headgear. This version of the character takes it further by wearing many hats at once.
  • Sleepy Head: The Gopher is implied to be one like he is in the novel, as seen when he falls asleep before the outro. He asks his friends how the game ended.
  • Token Human: The Mad Hatter is the only human character in this land. Furthermore, he is the only character who is unambiguously a human who interacts with other characters (since Mr. Policeman is external to the story).

Mr. Caterpillar

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Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

A character based on The Caterpillar. He only appears after the mushroom grows huge. If Reksio and Kretes answer three riddles correctly, he will help them reach the key to free the White Rabbit from his cage.


  • Big Creepy-Crawlies: He is unusually large for a caterpillar, although the creepy part doesn't apply.
  • Non-Mammalian Hair: He sports a goatee and a mustache.
  • Riddle Me This: He will only help Reksio and Kretes get the key needed to free the White Rabbit from his cage if they answer three riddles correctly.
  • Riddle of the Sphinx: All of his riddles are a variation of this type of riddle. He aks what walks on [insert number] legs in the morning, [same number] legs in the afternoon, [same number] legs in the evening, plus an additional information.

The Vanishing Cat

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Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

A character based on The Cheshire Cat. He speaks in rhymes. These rhymes help the player figure out the relationship between the three rooms from this land.


  • Invisibility: He is visible in the morning, but only his head remains visible in the afternoon and only his mouth can be seen in the evening.
  • Perpetual Smiler: Being based on the Cheshire Cat, he always sports a wide grin.
  • Rhymes on a Dime: He speaks in rhymes which reveal the relationship between the three main rooms in the land. It's the same room during morning, afternoon, and evening respectively.

Wehikuł Czasu / Time Machine

    Nostradamus (unmarked spoilers) 

Nostradamus

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Voiced by: ???

A mysterious figure who wrote a letter for Reksio and Kretes to meet him in the Middle Ages. He sends them on a journey to repair the timeline after causing them to get into trouble with the Order of the Rosetails. Eventually revealed to be Kretes' grandchildren in disguise.


  • Dark Is Not Evil: He wears a dark robe and a mask that gives him a rather uncanny appearance (Kretes certainly thinks so), but he's on the heroes' side.
  • The Faceless: He conceals his real identity with a mask that resembles those worn by plague doctors.
  • Foreshadowing: The game throws many hints that Nostradamus is actually Kretes' four grandchildren in disguise before it's revealed in the outro. They can be heard searching for the time machine in the intro after Kretes falls asleep, we clearly hear Muszka's voice when Reksio and Kretes arrive at his hiding spot, we see them stealing the album in Egypt etc.
  • Plague Doctor: His beaked mask and long robe make him look like a plague doctor. Indeed, the real life Nostradamus treated victims of the plague.
  • Secret Identity Vocal Shift: His voice is provided by Nosek, who used a microphone to make his voice sound deeper.
  • Seers: Being based on Nostradamus, this is to be expected. He makes it look like he knows a prophecy about a terrible future where Reksio wouldn't have adventures anymore (and is implied to be dead) and Kretes wouldn't start a family with Molly. Subverted once it's revealed they're actually Kretes' grandchildren in disguise. Their time travelling makes them responsible for said Bad Future.
  • Set Right What Once Went Wrong: His motivation. The reason why he sent Reksio and Kretes a letter to meet him in the Middle Ages was to prevent old Kretes to tell his grandchildren about the Time Machine that caused them to get stuck in the Middle Ages on one hand and ruin the future on the other hand. After finding out the damage has already been done, Nostradamus gives the heroes the album that kretes' grandchildren stole from Egypt and that's where they fix the timeline for good.

Nosek, Trampek, Dantek, and Muszka

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From left to right: Nosek, Dantek, Muszka, Trampek
Voiced by: Rafał Kowal (Nosek), Olga Barbara Długońska-Kowal (Dantek, Muszka)

The grandchildren of Kretes and Molly from the future. They have a close relationship with their grandfather, who tells them stories about his adventures. One particular story caused them to use the Time Machine and inadvertently mess up time for Reksio and Kretes.


  • Kid from the Future: They are Kretes and Molly's grandchildren from the future. They meet their young grandfather disguised as Nostradamus.
  • Meaningful Name: Nosek is named after his prominent nose. Trampek means "sneakers", being The One Who Wears Shoes.
  • Pink Means Feminine: Muszka, the only granddaughter, wears a pink hair ribbon and a pink dress.
  • Theme Naming:
    • Nosek, Trampek, Dantek, and Muszka. Yes, their names combined form the name Nostradamus, whom they were named after.
    • All of their names end in a diminutive suffix - "-ek" for the boys and "-ka" for the girl.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Stealing the album from Egypt made them inadvertently get Reksio and Kretes get into trouble with the Order of the Rosetails / Cult of Ibis for not apologizing after they broke the statue of Ibis after returning said stolen album.

     Order of the Rosetails (Zakon Ryżokitowców) / Cult of Ibis 
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Grand Master in the Middle Ages
Voiced by: Grzegorz Wolf (Grand Master - all versions), Piotr Michalski (other members)

The main antagonists of the game. A group of foxes who promote courtesy and personal culture to the point of exaggeration. Previously known as the Cult of Ibis, the current order was founded after Kretes broke the statue of Ibis in Egypt and he and Reksio ran away without apologizing. There are three versions: Egypt, Middle Ages, and Future.


  • Arch-Enemy: They want to give Reksio and Kretes a life sentence because they didn't apologize for breaking the statue of Ibis in Ancient Egypt. After the heroes travel back in time and repair their mistake, the Order starts liking them.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: In the Bad Future, they take their obsession with politeness to the next level and force it as a law. Any minor offense (such as not seeing "Bless You") is punished with being sent to work in the mine (Rosetails included).
  • Face–Heel Turn: After Kretes broke the statue of Ibis in Ancient Egypt, the Cult of Ibis interpreted as a sign that they have to promote good behaviour and fight against the bad one and the Order of the Rosetails was founded. What makes it a heel turn is their grudge on Reksio and Kretes, which continues for centuries and culminates in the Bad Future.
  • For Want of a Nail: Apologizing to the Cult of Ibis for breaking the sacred statue, as well as giving them advise to promote courtesy without exaggeration, the Order of the Rosetails went from seeing Reksio and Kretes as their arch-enemies to revering them as prophets of kindness.
  • Knight Templar: Promoting politeness and courtesy is not a bad thing, but they exaggerate it, especially in the future.
  • Mystery Cult: The Cult of Ibis had their meetings in a pyramid that is hard to reach.
  • Overly Polite Pals: They believe they always have to be well-mannered, using words of politeness with each other to no end.
  • Wicked Cultured: Personal culture is very important for them and they want to force their views onto others. Fittingly enough, the Middle Ages Rosetails are dressed as knights and live in a fancy castle.

     Prehistory 

Grano Woof Woof

Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

Reksio's ancestor from prehistoric times. He lives in a cave where he paints on the walls. He'll give his club to Reksio and Kretes in exchange for a bone. His cave is also where they start a fire.


  • Call a Rabbit a "Smeerp": He calls himself Grano Hau Hau, which is the cavemen's way of saying "big dog". In fact, the cavemen use a different, usually simpler term for almost everything.
  • Crafted from Animals: He uses an improvised paintbrush made out of a squirrel attached to a stick. He most likely paints using the squirrel's tail.
  • Foil: Unlike his distant descendant, he speaks the same language as his contemporaries instead of barking and he wears clothes.
  • Fictionary: He speaks the cavemen language which is a mix of old Polish, Proto-Germanic and Latin/Dog Latin. Like his contemporaries, Reksio's ancestor uses a different terminology for some objects and animals that still exist in present time.
  • Primitive Clubs: He owns a club, most likely using it as a weapon. The heroes need it for an improvised torch and he'll give it to them if they bring him a bone in return.

Rykus

Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

An ancestor of The Inventor Rooster, Kornelek, Nemo, and many others. He is an aspiring inventor who creates the first car in history with help from Reksio and Kretes.


  • Bamboo Technology: He tried to craft the first car in history out of logs, sticks, and stony wheels. He couldn't finish the car by himself because he needed a hamster to power up the vehicle, something Reksio and Kretes help him with. They also bring ammonites and vertebrae as replacements for the square wheels.
  • Fictionary: Like his contemporaries, he speaks the cavemen language.
  • Generation Xerox: The Inventor Rooster's ancestor from Prehistory whose many descendants grew up to be inventors.
  • Skeletons in the Coat Closet: He wears the skull of some prehistoric creature on his head.
  • Toothy Bird: Since he is a prehistoric rooster, he has two large fangs that stick out of his beak.

Salvadoryk

Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

A prehistoric rooster who is a sculptor. A distant cousin of Rykus.


The Ancient Kretons

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From left to right: Archimecanic Kretoff, Wanda Niken, Astronaut Kretonen
Voiced by: Olga Barbara Długońska-Kowal (Wanda Niken), Krzysztof Hrynkiewicz (Archimechanic Kretoff), N/A (Astronaut Kretonen)

A group of moles from Kuran who were sent ot Earth to prevent the extinction of dinosaurs. They forget about their mission after finding out they can breathe on this planet. After their spaceship is destroyed they settle on Earth.


  • Ambiguously Related: Kretes thinks Wanda Niken might be his ancestor because she uses his catchphrases "Oh, mother" and "I don't believe it".
  • Eyes Out of Sight: All of them have their eyes covered by their goggles.
  • Similar Squad: They have a passing resemblance to the Kretan Resistance Movement (minus Jean-Paul). Wanda Niken is the leader and the only female like Molly. Archimechanic Kretoff has the same surname as Maldurf (indicating he's the latter's ancestor) and he's skilled with technology. Astronaut Kretonen not only has the same surname as Kretti, he's also completely silent and static and is stated to be made of plywood.
  • Transplanted Aliens: They originate from planet Kuran, but after a mission which ended in the destruction of their spaceship, they decided to settle on Earth. Later, other members of their species migrated to the planet as well. All the moles on Earth are the descendants of the ancient Kretons.
  • The Voiceless: Astronaut Kretonen is never seen talking on screen. It's unknown if he really is made of plywood.
  • The World Is Just Awesome: They came to Earth with the mission to save dinosaurs from extinction, but they forget about it after they take off their helmets and find out the atmoshpere is breathable. Being mesmerized by this planet, they decide to live here.

     Middle Ages 

Innkeeper Zbyszko

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Voiced by: Grzegorz Wolf

The innkeeper of Under a Rose (Pod Róża). He helps Nostradamus with the hiding, both in the inn and in the Rabarbak Fortress.


  • The Ditz: He couldn't tell what species Reksio and Kretes were after Nostradamus (whom he describes a stork in a coat) told him to reveal his location to a dog and a mole. It's possible he was Obfuscating Stupidity, however.
  • Pig Man: An anthropomorphic boar in this case.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Nostradamus paid him to not accept customers while he's hiding.
  • Secret-Keeper: He is the one who helps Nostradamus hide in the basement of the inn. In order to do so, Zbyszko created an elaborate puzzle made of things in the inn that must be solved in order to find Nostradamus. He's only allowed to talk to Reksio and Kretes about him.

Uncle Maćko

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Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

The uncle of Zbyszko. His head is seemingly a trophy that's hung on the wall of the inn. Despite this, he's alive.


  • Animate Inanimate Object: He can talk and is sentient despite being a boar head mounted on the wall. Although it's possible that his body is behind the wall and he sticks his head through a hole.
  • I Am Not Weasel: He thought Reksio was a badger. After being told what species he and Kretes are, he still calls them badgers.

Herald Harold

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Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

The kings's herald whose role in the game is to be a commentator at the knights' tournament.


  • Ambiguously Related: Kretes thinks he might be an ancesor of his because he uses his catchphrases.
  • Combat Commentator: He commentates the knights' tournament.
  • Crusty Caretaker: He expresses slight contempt at the fact that he's always the one who has to clean the floors after the end of the tournaments.
  • Repetitive Name: Since Herald and Harold are pronounced almost the same in Polish (although his given name is pronounced with an 'a', unlike in English), this is the result.

King Glutton VI The Fat

The pig king of medieval Italy. He is present at the knights' tournament. The winner will be able to meet the king... and see the royal coat of arms, which is needed to solve a puzzle to reach the time gallery.


Robert the Horse

Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

A talking horse who's a friend of Nostradamus. Reksio and Kretes ride him to the Rabarbark Fortress when Nostradamus is hiding there and then back to the town.


  • Horse Jump: In the horse riding mini game, he can jump over small ravines and other obstacles.
  • Mysterious Past: He doesn't reveal the reason why he is the only horse able to talk, claiming the reason to be taboo.
  • Sapient Steed: Unlike other horses from Medieval Italy who are just normal animals, Robert can talk and think.
  • Speech Impediment: Robert's speech impediment is an identifying factor for him. He has a trouble pronouncing his 'r's.
  • Talking Animal: He's largely a normal horse except for the fact that he can talk, albeit with an impediment.

Leonardo Davinci and Mona Lisa

Voiced by: Piotr Michalski (Leonardo Davinci), Anna Kossakowska (Mona Lisa)

A famous Renaissance Painter who is seen working on his most well known piece of art - Mona Lisa.


  • Ambiguously Human: Leonardo only appears in the shadows, but he seems to be a human like the real painter.
  • Annoying Laugh: Mona Lisa laughs a lot. Kretes takes offense at this since he believes she is laughing at the moles' genealogy and Leonardo will tell her to stop laughing after a while.
  • A Lizard Named "Liz": Mona Lisa is depicted as a fox because "lis" in Polish means "fox".
  • Poirot Speak: More like writing in this case. Leonardo makes some mistakes when writing in Polish to announce that he went to the post office. The Narrator tries to justify this with him being Italian.
  • Recurring Extra: Mona Lisa's painting makes a few cameos in subsequent games.

Leonardo Davinci's Cat

Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

Leonardo Davinci's pet cat who is an inventor. He made the plans for the first helicopter in history using scraps found in the town. Reksio and Kretes will build it to infiltrate the Rosetails' castle where the time gallery is hidden.


  • Ambiguously Related: An interesting case. Due to being an inventor with a stutter, Kretes thinks he might be related to the Inventor Rooster, despite being a cat. He hand-waves this by saying he had a (literal) black sheep in his family.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: He is an inventor cat who made a plan for the first helicopter in history (in this universe).
  • No Name Given: Despite having a larger role than his owner, he is simply identified as his cat.
  • Sapient Pet: He's Leonardo Davinci's pet cat, but he's fully sapient.
  • Shared Family Quirks: If him being related to the Rooster is true, their shared stuttering is this.
  • Verbal Tic: He stutters when pronouncing the "ko" and "da" syllables.

     Ancient Egypt 

The Keepers of the Mantra of Ibis

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First Guard
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Second Guard
Voiced by: Grzegorz Wolf (first keeper), Piotr Michalski (second keeper)

Two cultists who don't know each other and only know half of the Mantra of Ibis, which is needed to pass the Snake's Cleft and then reach the pyramid where the Cult of Ibis do their preaches. They will only reveal their half if the heroes do their tasks: bring the first keeper three scarabs and guess the second keeper's identity, then match the heads of the little sphinxes.


Kapitan Nemo / Captain Nemo

     Captain Nemo 
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Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

A rooster who was based on the homonymous character from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. He's sailor who lives in a submarine named Nautilus. His lifelong dream was to find the lost treasure of the ancient kretons. He is the adoptive father of Kari Mata Hari, but eventually starts his own family.


  • Brought to You by the Letter "S": He wears an "N" for Nemo on the brim of his hat.
  • The Captain: A sailor who is the captain of the Nautilus, although the crew is mostly just formed of his daughter.
  • Defrosting Ice King: He used to be a serious sailor who desired to find the lost treasure of the ancient kretons - and was disappointed when he didn't find it in Mu. After Kretes makes him realize the meaning of friendship, he starts his own family.
  • Famous Ancestor: He's the grandfather of the Inventor Rooster and Kornelek.
  • Happily Married: He married an unknown hen who is the grandmother of the Inventor Rooster and Kornelek. Overall, Nemo became happier than he was when he was single.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: At first he didn't let his daughter Kari Mata travel to the 20th century to be with Reksio, but after he realizes the meaning of love and friendship, Nemo gives her the permission to go in order to be happy.
  • Love-Obstructing Parents: At first, he didn't approve of Kari Mata having a boyfriend (Reksio), but he eventually grows out of this mentality.
  • Oral Fixation: He always keeps a pipe in his beak (except when he polishes it) and is occasionally seen smoking.
  • Perpetual Frowner: He is never seen smiling on-screen.
  • Public Domain Character: He is based on Captain Nemo from Jule Verne's novels.
  • Shared Family Quirks: Like his grandson, he stutters when he pronounces the "ko" syllables.

     Kari Mata Hari 
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Voiced by: Olga Barbara Długońska-Kowal

A female dog who originates from India. She became Nemo's adoptive daughter after he saved her from the Coli Bacteria Followers. She and Reksio fall in love with each other, and although Nemo is reluctant at first, he eventually lets her travel to the 20th century to be with her boyfriend.


  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Unlike Molly, she is never seen or mentioned in the "City of Secrets" game.
  • Damsel in Distress: She was kidnapped twice by the Coli Bacteria Followers in Szambola, but she was saved both times. First time she was saved by Nemo, while the second time she was rescued by Reksio, Kretes, and the animal of Hanoi.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: In Orient Express she seduces the train driver to sabotage the train and stop Shlafrock Holmes. Later in Istanbul she is seen in the background walking to Nautilus.
  • Ears as Hair: She has a long braid whih matches the colour of her ears, which makes it look like her ears are part of her hair.
  • Exposed Animal Bellybutton: She has a visible bellybutton (something real dogs don't have) courtesy of her tank top.
  • Happily Adopted: She was adopted by Nemo after he saved her from Szambola and had a good relationship with him before traveling to Reksio's timeline for good.
  • Pale Females, Dark Males: Reksio and Kari Mata invert this trope, since Kari Mata is brown with darker-coloured ears and hair, while her boyfriend is mostly white.
  • Rhyming Names: Kind of. Kari Mata Hari.
  • Time-Travel Romance: She falls in love with Reksio who is from 20th century, while she originally lives in the 19th century. Eventually, Kari Mata travels 100 years in the future to live with the love of her life.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Between the love interests of the main heroes, she is the tomboy to Molly's girly girl. She is good at pulling cranks, while Molly is good at more traditionally feminine activities, like cooking and sewing. Also, Kari Mata has a natural look, while Molly wears make-up.

     Herr Erfinder Hahn 
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Voiced by: Rafał Kowal

A rooster who lived in Reksio's backyard in the 19th century and a relative of the Inventor Rooster and Kornelek.


  • Bilingual Bonus: His name is the same as the Inventor Rooster's, but in German.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: One of the several inventors in the family tree. He created a train engine that (unfortunately) destroyed Reksio and Kretes' Time Machine and a device to show Kretes' memories on a screen. However, he can't build things that are above his time period, which is why he doesn't rebuild the time machine.
  • Gratuitous German: He is introduced saying "Guten Morgen", which means "Good morning".
  • Herr Doktor: He is an inventor who is part Polish and part German.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: He looks a lot like the Inventor Rooster, whom Reksio and Kretes confuse him with when the Time Machine transports them to the wrong century.

     Shlafrock Holmes and Doctor Młotson 

Shlafrock Holmes

Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

A detective based on Sherlock Holmes. Reksio and Kretes searched for him to find out a way to return to their timeline. He had a race against Nemo to Instanbul, which he won.


  • Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: He usually wears a brown poncho and a matching hat, but no pants.
  • Master of Disguise: He is good at disguising himself. He posed as the conductor of Orient Express and Młotson thought Kretes was Shlafrock himself disguised as a mole.
  • Mistaken Identity: When he first meets Kretes in the Orient Express, he mistakes him for his disguised assistant. Unlike Młotson however, he eventually figures out Kretes is an actual mole.
  • Oral Fixation: As part of his Sherlock homage, he often smokes a pipe.
  • Sherlock Homage: A brilliant detective who deduces things easily and resembles Sherlock Holmes both in name and in appearance. He also smokes a pipe and he has an assistant who is based on Doctor Watson.
  • The Stoic: He doesn't express much emotion.

Doctor Młotson

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Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

Shlafrock Holmes' assistant. Kretes meets him after climbing to the top of the Eiffel Tower. He mistakes Kretes for Shlafrock Holmes disguised as a mole, but he still helps him reach the Orient Express in time.


  • Elephants Never Forget: He does at least remember the compartment in the Orient Express where Shlafrock Holmes is supposed to sit and Kretes uses this information to find the detective.
  • Mistaken Identity: He mistakes Kretes for Shlafrock Holmes disguised as a mole. No matter how hard he tries, Kretes doesn't convince him otherwise.
  • Reverse Psychology: Instead, Kretes decides to play along and let Młotson remind him where he's supposed to be at that moment. He succeessfully finds Holmes this way.

     Janek the Countryman 
Voiced by: Grzegorz Wolf

A fellow Polish individual that Reksio and Kretes meet in Istanbul. He gives them his Nivea creams and crystals to have something to trade at the market in exchange for a sweater.


  • Messy Pig: He smells bad enough to not be allowed at a market in Istanbul, Kretes points out that he has kebab in his mustache, and he accepts a sweater that stinks.
  • Only the Knowledgable May Pass: He only accepts to do business with the heroes after they prove their nationality by saying a long Polish word right.
  • Pig Man: An anthropomorphic pig.

     Willy Frog 

Willy Frog

Voiced by: Piotr Michalski

Famous balloonist, who made bet to travel around the world in 80 days


Other characters

     Diesel 
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A non-anthropomorphic hamster who powers up most of the gadgets built in the series.


  • Hamster-Wheel Power: Four of the inventions run on the energy generated by Diesel running on a hamster wheel.
  • Meaningful Name: He is named after the Diesel engine, which fits his status as the main source of energy.
  • Nearly Normal Animal: He is mostly just a regular hamster, but he still shows signs of intelligence. For example, when Reksio gets tangled in a hanging rope, Diesel understands that he has to chew on the rope in order to free the dog.
  • Team Pet: Unlike the anthropomorphic main heroes, he is just a regular pet hamster who serves as the engine for the space ship (among other things).

     The Narrator 
Voiced by: Rafał Kowal (Treasure Of The Pirates), Grzegorz Wolf (UFO - onwards)

The voice who narrates the adventures of Rekio and Kretes.


  • Interactive Narrator: In the first game, he mostly talks to Reksio using second person pronouns, although Reksio doesn't answer back. In every other game, he narrates the action in third person. However, in the later games, the characters (particularly Kretes) occasionally interact with him.
  • Narrator: He constantly narrates the actions of the main characters to help the players understand what's going on.
  • The Unreveal: At the end of "Captain Nemo" (easy difficulty only), an icon of the narrator appears during the ending credits. But the lights were out, so we only see his silhouette.

     Pan Policjant / Mr Policeman 
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Voiced by: Marek Kocot

A character who is external to the story and conducts the action "You lose, you lose" to prevent piracy of the games.


  • Copy Protection: He exists to prevent illegal copies of the games. To make sure that the players didn't pirate the games, he demands the code that appears in the magazines that come with the CDs.
  • Eye-Obscuring Hat: His eyes are hidden behind his police hat.
  • Put on a Bus: In "Kapitan Nemo", he is replaced by The Mad Hatter because he's apparently on vacation.
  • Token Human: Before the introduction of The Mad Hatter, he was the only character who is unambiguously a human.

     The Beetles 
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Voiced by: Krzysztof Hrynkiewicz, Tomasz Jachowicz

A pair of insects (sometimes three) who appear in every game in different roles or just as background characters.


  • Fat and Skinny: The red beetle is more plump than the green one.
  • Four-Legged Insect: They have four limbs instead of six.
  • Recurring Traveller: They appear in every game in very different places.
    • In the first game, they appear on Treasure Island and play a role in delivering captain O'Gryzek's letter to the bosun after they kidnap Reksio by mistake.
    • In "UFO", the green and red beetles are joined by a purple beetle. They appear on planet Kurakis, where they serve as Kretes' rivals in a race.
    • In "Wizards", they appear in the Town Hall of Magix as background characters.
    • In "Time Machine", they only appear in the ending credits scene.
    • In "Captain Nemo", they are seen on Treasure Island again, but in the 19th century. They are also some of the characters that came to Reksio's welcome back party.
  • The Speechless: They can make sounds, but they never speak.
  • Those Two Guys: They are minor characters. The green and red beetles are always seen together, but an additional purple one appears in "UFO". Since they can't speak, they only nod.
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