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I make gmod videos and stuff and I kicked Saris around on a different site, but I didn't do anything here so I'm out of his jurisdiction.


     Tropes that apply to my characters (at least the major ones) 

Cinder Block Chris

Concrete Carol

  • Ax-Crazy: Carol, unlike Chris, only fights because her instincts tell her to. And her instincts are violent.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: To the point where calling her sentient by human standards would be false.
  • Chaotic Neutral: She acts entirely independent of Chris and does whatever she pleases. She will help Chris out, though.
  • The Lancer: She's this to Chris.
  • Starfish Robots: She's an amorphous mass of Grey Goo that takes on the form of a human woman. Her chemical compound is closer to that of wet cement.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: In the way the T-1000 would do.

MEDIC MAN/The Plot Device

  • Artifact of Doom: The plot device is essentially this. It granted MEDIC MAN with an exceeding amount of power, but the plot device is actually the one pulling the strings.
  • Assimilation Plot: Pun aside, MEDIC MAN crusades around trying to absorb every gmodders universe to fuel his power.
  • Apocalypse How: Class Z: What he essentially commits by absorbing a gmodders lore.
  • Berserk Button:
    • If you don't have a plot that he agrees with, consider yourself grounded.
    • Grass Wench is a walking berserk button for him.
  • Blood Knight: MEDIC MAN really enjoys fighting.
  • Bond One-Liner: Gggrrrrroooooooooooouuuuuuunnnnnnnnddddeeeedddddddddd.
  • Caps Lock: All of his videos have caps lock. Especially his videos.
  • Chaos Is Evil: His view on people with no plot is essentially this.
  • Expy: He degrades the entire videos by being present and his Arch-Enemy is a poorly made character adapted into being cannon fodder. Are we talking about MEDIC MAN or Nuclear Scout?
  • Greater-Scope Villain: The Plot Device is technically a character, and it supplies MEDIC MAN with the amount of power needed to take over the universe.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Parodied. His existence shifts a video from an intense fighting sequence to a slow, clunky, plot-filled video.
  • Lawful Evil: He will ensure that your videos have a plot to his liking, whether you like it or not.
  • Lethal Joke Character: He's slow, clunky and parodies Stop Motion Helper, but he's also a reality warping Multiversal Conqueror.
  • Multiversal Conqueror: He's this without even thinking about it.
  • Parody Sue: He's a Take That! to a lot of gmod protagonists.
  • Reality Warper: Unlike Nuclear Scoutnote , MEDIC MAN consciously and actively warps reality.

Carl Howard


Evil Christopher


In general


  • Ax-Crazy: There isn't a person he doesn't want to kill.
    • Blood Knight: It isn't necessarily because he's angry or unstable, he just loves fighting.
  • Boisterous Bruiser/Boisterous Weakling: Zig-zags in between the two. It honestly depends on how motivated he is.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: He breaks into peoples cars and drives them into a nearby dock in hopes he'll find the legendary scuba car.
  • Expy: He's a deconstruction of what a normal person would be if they tried to be MPADJ.
  • The Fighting Narcissist: Downplayed. He's not nearly as strong as he thinks he is, but he's fairly pragmatic which makes up for his lack of strength.

Grief Chief Nick


Rich Mc'Mitch

  • Almighty Janitor: Downplayed. He's at least the only decent one (and he's only decent) in the cult (barring Gerardo), and yet he's the lowest ranking cult member.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: He's the only one in the group to avert this.
  • Expy: Of Doppelganger (Trainstorms version), due to them both being the only cunning one in the group, their general Surrounded by Idiots attitude and their Iron Butt Monkey status.
  • Iron Butt Monkey: See Surrounded by Idiots below. And keep in mind he's the only one that can tank hits.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: He's able to think of foolproof plans on how to beat his opponents (i.e. Let Chris' anger get the best of him, take advantage of Sodeanator's love of soda and push him into an explosion while he's off guard, etc.) but his colleagues are dangerously high levels of Stupid Evil that it not only thwarts his plans, but he's usually at the receiving end of his colleagues idiocy.


  • Ascended Fanboy: He attempts to invoke this on people he gets beaten up by. Unfortunately, everyone he fights against are hyper-violent destroyers.
  • Boisterous Weakling: Even moreso than Evil c00kin. He doesn't even attempt to fight, he just proclaims that his opponent doesn't scare him.
  • Joke Character: He's laughably weak, he stands in one place as danger comes at him and whenever he's on screen, it's pretty much a Foregone Conclusion that he'll die.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Who challenges someone way stronger than themselves to a fight to the death and not even fight?
  • True Neutral: He's too weak to be any other alignment.


  • And I Must Scream: What he invokes on people by turning them into toasters.
  • Bond Villain Stupidity: He waits for people to notice that he's about to turn people into toasters.
  • Chaotic Evil: He willingly turns people into toasters and enjoys it.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: It would explain why he constantly goes after people, despite regularly losing to them.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: On the receiving end, thanks to Rampage.
  • Mad Scientist: Subverted. He stole Luigi from a science fair, and Luigi's the one that builds the robots.


Underwater Checkbook Joey Thomas


    Cinder Block Chris comic protags and antags 

Cinder Block Chris

Isabella Mal

Pill Packet

  • The Ace: Even as a human (one of the lower-ranking species in terms of strength), he rivals Chris in terms of power.
  • Berserk Button: Dissing both pills and packets. At best it really, and I quote, "disassembles his bicycle". At worst... watch yourself.
  • Blue Is Heroic: His suit is a light blue, as well as his eyes.
  • Cloud Cuckoolanders Minder: Along with Border Patrol Jack Maverik, GSD (Get's Shit Done), he shows Chris how Earth is really supposed to work, without bad examples like Gerardo.
  • Combat Medic: He's the one who nursed Chris back to health after Chris' first run in with Ford. He also rivals Chris as most capable fighter.
  • Combat Pragmatist: A lot of his basic moves involve him being at a distance.
  • Deus ex Machina: Due to being unplayable, his role is to bust Chris and friends out of tight situations when they can't do it themselves.
  • Good Is Not Nice: Even though he views Chris as one of his friends, he's very aloof and doesn't actively show it often. He also doesn't trust or care about the rest of Chris' team.
  • Hypercompetent Side Kick: Downplayed in that Chris does pull his own weight too. He's gotten Chris out of multiple jams, though due to his standing with Chris, he doesn't complain.
  • The Lancer: He is Chris' most trusted ally.
  • Masochist's Meal: His favorite drink is Cola, but with multiple pills in them.
  • Rugged Scar: He has one across his cheek for accidentally dropping a really dangerous pill.
  • True Neutral: His canon alignment. He's usually indifferent towards other people unless they show a strong enough opinion towards pills.
  • World's Strongest Man: Even rivaling that of Cinder Block Chris, because while Chris is strong in his own right, Pill Packet has both fighting experience and basic common sense.

Mr. Smoothstar/Wheelchair Smooth

  • Always Someone Better: A constant victim of this. Despite Wheelchair Smooth he'd have you believe.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Wheelchair Smooth believes he is above even Pill Packet.
  • Blood Knight: Like Chris, he enjoys fighting criminals. However, it isn't cultural like Chris, rather it's so people know his name. Not that he's any good at it.
  • Chaotic Neutral: He isn't a vigilante for "truth" or "justice", but rather so that people know not to mess with him. That said, he isn't actively malevolent and he's had his fair share of Pet the Dog moments.
  • Classical Anti-Hero: Ever since he got in a wheelchair (because he broke his legs mind you, and that they'd heal in a month's time if he didn't keep breaking them), he's become a complete failure as a vigilante, and is too arrogant to admit that.
  • Dangerous Forbidden Technique: Mr. Smoothstar, despite having broken legs, can stand up from his wheelchair briefly. This allows him to regain control from Wheelchair Smooth, as well as at least basic mobility and rational thought. Unfortunately, this doesn't last long as this alerts the ICU, prompting him to be dragged back to the hospital.
  • Enemy Within: Mr. Smoothstar and Wheelchair Smooth have this relationship. Mr. Smoothstar hates that he becomes an arrogant idiot the minute he ends up in a wheelchair, and Wheelchair Smooth believes that there can be only one.
  • Expy: Mr. Smoothstar is a more arrogant Scott Pilgrim. They're both nerdy NEETs who live with people who is better than them with an energetic disposition.
  • Foil: To each other. Mr. Smoothstar is, while a low ranking vigilante, an adept fighter. He's also capable of strategizing, reason and basic human decency. While he still doesn't get along with Ayame Watanabe, he's capable of cooperating. Wheelchair Smooth... isn't.
  • Shock and Awe: He uses a bunch of tasers (whether they're taser guns, taser fists or regular tasers).
  • Split Personality: Mr. Smoothstar, ever since he ended up in a wheelchair, developed another personality called Wheelchair Smooth. Much to his dismay.
  • Vigilante Man: A rather low ranking one, however.

Ayame Watanabe

  • Action Girl: She's involved in numerous bounties, most of which are implied as dangerous, is one of the most skilled in her entire village and is a master tactician.
  • All Asians Know Martial Arts: She's from an alternate universe Japan and she claims to have come from a far off village that studies martial arts.
  • Ambiguously Human: She definitely looks human, but she comes from the same universe as Paladin Danse.
  • Artistic License – Martial Arts: She's called "Karate Chick" by people who don't know her name, but she does a bunch of martial arts looking moves, a la Asian martial arts movie protags.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: She can analyze her opponents weaknesses as she continues to fight with them. This makes her more adaptable as she goes on, sometimes even changing her strategies outright.
  • Badass Normal: What makes her stand out from Pillpacket or Border Patrol Jack Maverik, GSD, is that not only can she hold her own in brute strength alone, but is a masterful tactician that operates under Awesomeness by Analysis.
  • Bounty Hunter: Her job description. She was assigned to take out Chris before he won her over, too.
  • Cute Bruiser: Shortest of the team, noticeably girly (in all but emotion), can kick serious ass.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: After defeating her, Chris gives her a spot on his team. After a while, they end up more than just friends.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Heavy on the deadpan, rather light on the snarker. However, she does assume Chris and Carol start to like each other due to their, ahem, similar intellects.
  • The Dreaded: Due to the reputation she's built up by the time Chris meets her, her bounties are usually afraid of her and tend to surrender effective immediately when they realize she's their bounty hunter.
  • Everyone Calls Her "Barkeep": Everyone calls her "Karate Chick" due to her not revealing her name ever.
  • Expy: She was created with Samus in mind, except as an actual bounty hunter.
  • Face of a Thug: Before Chris' fight with her in the wrestling ring, the commentators called her a "woman with a yakuza face". However, after her fight and subsequent joining of Chris' team, she proves to be a dependable teammate.
  • The Fettered: She's been reported to straight up not do a bounty if it seems unfair to her (like if her bounty was an old man, which according to her, happens more frequently than she'd like).
  • Interspecies Romance: With Chris at the end of the game.
  • Nature Lover: As evidenced by her gi (which is covered in flowers), she takes up botany on her downtime whenever she's not on an assignment.
  • The Stoic: She emotes a total of twice throughout the whole game, once when she's about to be defeated by Gerardo and another time when she smiles at Chris.
  • True Neutral: Her canon alignment. While she has her own rules and standards, at the end of the day, she just does her job.

Concrete Carol

  • Ax-Crazy: Downplayed. She's (loosely) on the side of good, but has no qualms about consuming random people for strength. Her fighting style is also noticeably more feral than the rest of her companions.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: The reason she starts to follow Chris is that he freed her from containment under the false belief she was an alien held captive.
  • The Blank: All of her "facial features" are just dents in her humanoid formation.
  • Blue-and-Orange Morality: For the same reasons as her Gmod counterpart.
  • Chaotic Neutral: Her canon alignment. While she does indulge in numerous acts of violence, she doesn't mean any malice from it and tries (and, understandably, fails) to make up for them.
  • Classical Anti-Hero: Due to being one of the dumbest on the team, she is prone to making numerous errors at best and Obliviously Evil actions at worst.
  • Dumb Muscle: Part of the reason for her Blue-and-Orange Morality. She's noticeably less intelligent than the rest of her teammates are, even The Beast.
  • Entertainingly Wrong: Due to Chris' biology being similar to that of a slugs and a humans, plus his bio-electricity, Concrete Carol believes Chris is a slug, a human and an electric eel at the same time.
  • Expy: She was created with Kid Buu in mind, though she's noticeably kinder than him.
  • Flawed Prototype: Played With. While she isn't the prototype, Chris had freed her before her programming was finished, leaving her with less-than-average intelligence and numerous glitches.
  • Happily Adopted: In the ending, Carol lives with Chris and Ayame Watanabe as their de facto daughter.
  • Psycho Prototype: For the same reasons as her Flawed Prototype entry. Due to her being unfinished, she acts on unstable emotions and instinct.
  • Starfish Robots: She's a mass of Grey Goo that takes on the form of a human woman. Her chemical compound is closer to that of wet cement.
  • Uncanny Valley: All her attempts at looking human are horribly flawed (i.e. disproportional sizes, jerky movement, etc.), and it doesn't help that she's The Blank.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: In a flawed T-1000 kind of way.

Border Patrol Officer Jack Maverik, GSD



  • Affably Evil: Downplayed. He isn't outwardly polite, but when Chris had freed him from his prison he had offered him a high ranking place in his army, unaware of what his brother is like.
  • Benevolent Boss: Not out of any actual kindness, mind you. He just figures that it's easier to control your minions when they actually like you.
  • Cain and Abel: The Cain to Cinder Block Chris' Abel.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Like his base inspiration, he wipes out all life on underdeveloped planets and sells them off to the highest bidder.
  • Expy: Of Cooler, being the more responsible and stoic one to contrast his siblings more loud and less reserved personality. He was also made with Vergil in mind, being The Stoic with a Cain and Abel relationship with his more bombastic brother. He also has a Teleport Spam.
  • Karma Houdini: He never dies, unlike the other two villains. See Know When to Fold 'Em below.
  • Karma Houdini Warranty: When he comes back to try his hand at wiping out life on Earth again, he's bested by Cinder Block Chris finally, and this is after he sends a bunch of annoying, useless Mooks to his ship.
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: The reason why he lives, unlike Ford or Gerardo. Whenever his brother has him on the ropes, he teleports away, eventually leaving Earth all together.
  • The Sociopath: He's a high functioning example. Despite his inability to feel emotion or empathy for anyone other than himself, he doesn't seem to need a constant need for stimulation and he runs a successful empire.
  • The Stoic: Deconstructed. The reason he doesn't display any emotion is because he can't feel emotion.
  • Teleport Spam: Thanks to the technology he stole from other planets, he has the ability to teleport. This allows him to dodge attacks and flee the scene when needed.



  • Almighty Janitor: Despite the fact that she has magic on her side, she's a manager of a convenience store. Her Boss Subtitles lampshade this by asking "Why does she even work here?"
  • Anti-Villain: The only reason she's the final boss in Mr. Smoothstar's game is that she's closer to the goal than he is. Other than that, she isn't an active malignant force or villainous in any way.
  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Girl: An odd case; she's actually very skilled and a force to be reckoned with. However, she tends to drastically underestimate her opponents (read Mr. Smoothstar) which tends to lead to her downfall. She wises up later on, however.
  • Dating Cat Woman: The culmination of hers and Mr. Smoothstars rivalry turns into the two dating.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She never takes Mr. Smoothstar seriously, and tends to act very condescending towards him. Until they start dating, that is.
  • Magical Girlfriend: To Mr. Smoothstar by the end of the second game.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Whenever she uses her magic, her eyes glow red. She admits in the second game that it's just for show.
  • Scary Black Woman: Until the end of the second game, of course.

Ken Blast!

  • The Ace: He is, after all, the top vigilante in the world.
  • Always Someone Better: Compare him (top ranked vigilante in the world, relatively successful otherwise) to Mr. Smoothstar (low ranked vigilante, NEET). A victim of this also, in comparison to Pillpacket.
  • An Arm and a Leg: As per being a Gene Expy, he loses his arms in his first serious fight against "The Father". He gets his limbs replaced with holy prosthetic ones thanks to Jesus Christ (Of Nazareth), serving as conduits for holy power.
  • Brother–Sister Team: With his younger sister, Cherry. At least until Ken Blast! lost his arms.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: His house is a boat, claims he's from Antarctica, he also assumes Mr. Smoothstars name is "Butt Jones". It's also implied he's the top vigilante in the world by accident.
  • Combat Pragmatist: He actually averts this, seeing as he actually doesn't need to be a pragmatist. He's just that good. However...
  • Confusion Fu: A lot of his moves have to do with rather...unconventional methods (i.e. throwing himself at peoples feet, running away to charge up an attack, etc.).
  • Expy: A lot of his moves are similar to that of Gene and Viewtiful Joe. Some of his mannerisms and eventual defeat are also based on Boatswains.
  • Foil:
    • To Mr. Smoothstar. While they're both confident in their skills, equally as excitable and nerdy, Ken Blast! is actually strong and has a (relatively) stable job outside of being a vigilante, whereas Mr. Smoothstar is more confident in his pragmatism than anything else, and, as stated numerous times, is a NEET.
    • To Jazz, Mr. Smoothstar's first rival. While they're both skilled, Jazz underestimated Mr. Smoothstar and resorted to using only two moves, leading to her downfall, whereas Ken Blast! overestimates him and goes all out, and Mr. Smoothstar is only able to win due to having slightly more stamina than him.
  • Good Is Not Soft: Despite being a vigilante for actually selfless reasons, he's almost too violent about it.
  • Genki Guy: He is very excitable. If you were to lose to him he'd extend his arm towards you to try and help you up and go "Hey, c'mon! I was rootin' for ya!"
  • Insistent Terminology: He legally put that exclamation mark in his name.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Going off of his Good Is Not Soft entry, his Boss Subtitles also read "Pretty cool guy once you actually talk to him".
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: He's a big fan of doing this to criminals and/or Mr. Smoothstar.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The hard-to-read, 138% Red Oni to Stronk Monkey's calculating, Cherry's snarky and Short Circuit's pacifistic Blue Oni. However, he also plays the Blue Oni to Nathalie's even harder to read Red Oni.
  • SNK Boss: He is the only boss to juggle Mr. Smoothstar in the air and not have pauses in between making moves. Not to mention his hydro storm...
  • Tuckerization: A lot of his personality and mannerisms are based on Admiral Trainstorm's.
  • Victory by Endurance:
    • A victim of this. The only reason Mr. Smoothstar wins is that Ken Blast! passes out due to dehydration.
    • Uses this to his advantage against Nathalie.

     Burgs attempts at making Complete Monsters (spoilers removed) 

"Onin"/Evil Chris

An Eldritch Abomination that takes the form of Cinder Block Chris after his fight with Gerardo, Onin seeks to revive the now-extinct race of Inmids (Cinder Block Chris race people) and mold them into perfect servants.


A pedophilic ghost in an upcoming Alternate Reality Game who's hunting down the protag's sister.

    Ken Blast! comic characters (excluding the title character) 

Stronk Monkey

Short Circuit


  • Bash Brothers: She used to be this with Ken Blast!. Until his arms got blown off, that is.
  • Blonde, Brunette, Redhead: The Redhead to Nathalie's Brunette and Eve's Blonde.
  • Blood Knight: A former one. She decided to back out when her brother lost his arms.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Generally whenever Ken Blast! does something especially stupid.
  • Fiery Redhead: What she used to be before she backed out of fighting.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: She's the Responsible Sibling to Ken Blast!'s Foolish Sibling (considering she, to start, didn't get her name legally changed just so she could put an exclamation mark at the end).
  • Unfazed Everyman: Female variant. She's not at all fazed by a talking ape or a synth-playing robot. While you can chalk this up to the fact that she lives in a world where aliens and people like Gerardo are the norm, she's only surprised when she meets Nathalie.


  • Arc Villain: Of the first arc. She shows up at a party that Ken Blast! is at to fight him for virtually no reason.
  • Anti-Villain: Type 4. She's not actively malicious, she's just looking for people to fight, and as of late, Ken Blast! has made a name for himself.
  • Bash Brothers: Becomes a trio with Ken Blast! and Stronk Monkey after her arc.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: She seems to think the only way you can meet people is by picking fights with them.
  • Confusion Fu: Even moreso than Ken Blast!. Her fighting style consists of her launching herself at her opponents, tripping them, psyching them out with different moves, etc.
  • Fastball Special: Her Signature Move. She's able to do this to herself.
  • Genki Girl: She seems even more excitable than Ken Blast!, making him seem tame by comparison.
  • Outside-Context Problem: It's established pretty early on that Ken Blast! usually fights other bands and criminals, so everyone is taken for a loop when the first antagonist is just some spaz that wanted to hang out.
  • Socially Awkward Hero: Played with. She has no issue talking with people, but she thinks the only way to make lasting friends is by fighting them. Her only lasting friend by the end of her arc is Ken Blast!.


  • 24-Hour Armor: He sports shiny, chrome armor always.
  • All Caps: His name stands out as one of two that are in all caps.
  • Ax-Crazy: As his name states, he's out to cause as much harm as possible, starting his own mosh pits at his own shows.
  • The Berserker: MAXIMUM PAIN AND BODILY HARM JONES very frequently indulges in acts of violence.
  • Blood Knight: Of the villainous variety. He will attack anyone out of very minimal provocation.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: No Indoor Voice? Check. Nigh insatiable bloodlust? Check.
  • Catchphrase: "I'VE LET YOU LIVE LONG ENOUGH"
  • Closet Geek: Implied. He has a set of 20 sided die that he throws at people from time to time as projectiles.
  • Darth Vader Clone: Played with. He's first and foremost a Doctor Doom clone, but, considering both Doom and Vader precede him, he also counts as a Vader clone. Though, what separates him from both of them is that he's more overtly wrathful than internally, and he doesn't wear a helmet.
  • Determinator: One of the reasons he doesn't get flattened by Ken Blast! like almost everyone else.
  • Evil Virtues: Determination. Once he's in a fight with someone he will refuse to back down until one of them is dead.
  • Expy: Of Jimbo, mainly. Though his attire draws influence from Doctor Doom.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: He will attack anyone for any reason ranging from getting mixed up in a fight to someone simply being in his airspace.
  • Metalhead: He's the lead singer of a metal band named "MAXIMUM PAIN AND BODILY HARM JONES".
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Other than the fact that his attire resembles that of Doctor Doom, his facial appearance is based off that of Denzel Curry.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: He's either known as "MAXIMUM PAIN AND BODILY HARM JONES" or "JONES", both of which come from his band name.
  • Red Is Violent: His text is characterized by the fact that it's red.
  • Scary Black Man: An even more straight forward example than Jazz in that he's actually Ax-Crazy.