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  • Irina in the reboot and Sasha in the original versions of Rasputin Catamite speak in third-person for completely different reasons. Irina does so because she's cute and insane. Sasha does so out of sarcasm and to fake being a submissive out of laziness and to indulge in his masochistic tendencies.
  • Magellan has The Man Who Can, who is very particular about his name.
  • Faz of Shortpacked! often does this.
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  • Thog of The Order of the Stick also talks like this. In fact, most orcs do. This is eventually lampshaded when one orc abandons a chase to attend grammar class, hoping to learn personal pronouns.
  • Schlock Mercenary: Lota is too large for your puny pronouns.
  • The Wotch: "Lord Sykos is announcing his arrival." The full letter can be seen in this comic, and yes, he refers to himself in third person again before finishing it by signing his name.
  • In the world of Dan and Mab's Furry Adventures, being the king or queen of the Fae kingdom requires talking in the third person.
  • Jim Darkmagic from Penny Arcade D&D podcast.
  • Kagerou has two of these: Dark and Dee.
  • Darken: Gort, Lord of Hellfire, usually when he's being particularly egotistical. Also Zathras, who refers to himself only in third person.
  • Girl Genius
  • Sauerkraut of Trigger Star.
  • Ed from Digger refers to himself in this way, due to having had no company for many years, and having his name 'eaten' as punishment for a crime. Before Digger gave him his new name, he referred to himself as 'it'.
  • Waluigi in Brawl in the Family.
  • The Adventures of Dr. McNinja: In the future, Google becomes a robot who looks like a refrigerator and always speaks like this. And also has No Indoor Voice.
  • Funny Foreigner Konsta from +EV.
  • Leif from Sire speaks in third person. Leif is descended from Phantom of the Opera. Leif would prefer to just read.
  • Bob the Angry Flower with Mondobot
  • Karin-dou 4koma: Shizuki speaks this way in both child and adult mode despite being over 300 years old.
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  • In the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic webcomic "Friendship is Tragic," which doesn't have its own webpage but can be found on DeviantArt, Moondancer speaks this way, to the point that once she actually tried to say "me" but found that she literally couldn't. note 
  • Devin of White Dark Life has a poor grasp on speech, and thus, literally has no idea what "I" means.
  • Ice Bear from The Three Bare Bears.
  • Hizrim from morphE refers to The Hizrim as Hizrim in every sentence Hizrim speaks. Hizrim enjoys speaking Hizrim's name.
  • In El Goonish Shive, T.C. refers to himself as "The Playah" or Da Playah" in the third person in non-canon panels or strips.
  • Hoon in Denma The Quanx.
  • The golemn from Imp not only refers to themself in third person, but even addressing when talking to people they use "he/she/they" instead of "you".
  • ReBoot: Code of Honor: Downplayed. The Guildmaster goes back-and-forth from referring to himself as "Guildmaster" and "I" or "Me".


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