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Happy E-Day 2011

This article is intended as a list of the hundreds of characters Somarinoa has come up with that have yet to be added to the wikia, and for the most part likely will not get added for some time, due to needing to be renamed, no drawn images, lacking full names or specified descriptions and the fact that there are hundreds of them. Information is, generally speaking, taken directly from Somarinoa's personal character notes.

As characters get added as official articles they will be removed from this list. Each will be available for viewing on Somarinoa's Content.

Current Tally: 428 (as of Xeno Agent Orola)

Characters Requiring RenamingEdit

"Alfador"Edit

Kraven. Named after a cat in Dimond Center's former pet store, which I named Alfador. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Aries"Edit

Kraven. Named after Erin's cat, Aries. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Artea"Edit

Kraven. Named after Tad's cat, Artea. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Artemis"Edit

Kraven. Named after the cat from Sailor Moon. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)



"Bacardi"Edit

Kraven. Named after Josh Womack's cat, Bacardi. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Biotron the Mega Metroid"Edit

Human interstellar bounty hunter, who would utilize teleportation drives to return him to Earth should something require his assistance. Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. Originally a Biotron toy from the Z.A.P. Force line. Requires renaming due to his name stemming directly from the figure's actual name, as well as the error of assuming "Metroid" referring to Samus Aran.

"Blazord the Ultimate Metroid"Edit

Human interstellar bounty hunter, who would utilize teleportation drives to return him to Earth should something require his assistance. Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. It is his sapient armor that eventually turned on him to form into the evil Spritz. Originally a Blazord toy from the Z.A.P. Force line. Requires renaming due to his name stemming directly from the figure's actual name, as well as the error of assuming "Metroid" referring to Samus Aran.

"Boneshark"Edit

Long Story character. A sharkman who serves as a member of the Court of Bone, the leaders of the Cult of Bone on the planet Diakatan. This makes him a part of Black Death's insidious entourage alongside Palerider and [WEREWOLF]. Character was created based on a powder mark and described on 10/23/2018 at 4:37pm.

"Bumper"Edit

Cybernetic hound utilized by Spontus' Mutants on Earth as a guard mechanism to his secret base. Originally a Bumper toy from the Crash Test Dummies line. Requires renaming due to his name stemming directly from the figure's actual name.



"Chester"Edit

Kraven. Named after an unknown cat - possibly Chester Cheetah. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Chief Eye"Edit

A character I assumed I made due to the name of "Chief Eye II".

"Chief Eye II"Edit

An Ailodon police officer who serves to find and bring criminals - both of the Ailydatron faction or not - to justice. He has a large triangular pupil for seeing in the dark, and a long black beard growing from it. He is known for wearing his police officer cap. Needs renaming because "Chief Eye II" is not a realistic name.

"D.C."Edit

Kraven. Named after D.C. from That Darn Cat. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Destron the Havok Metroid"Edit

Human interstellar bounty hunter, who would utilize teleportation drives to return him to Earth should something require his assistance. Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. Originally a Destron toy from the Z.A.P. Force line. Requires renaming due to his name stemming directly from the figure's actual name, as well as the error of assuming "Metroid" referring to Samus Aran.



"Ichabod"Edit

Kraven. Named after Vivian's cat, Merlin / Ichabod. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)



"Kat"Edit

Kraven. Named after Katt from Breath of Fire II. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Kit"Edit

Kraven. Named after Kit Kat wafer candy bars, in combination with Kat. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)



"Logo Eye II"Edit

An Ailodon shaped like the middle section of the Pepsi logo. Needs renaming because "Logo Eye II" is not a realistic name.

'"Luna"Edit

Kraven. Named after the cat from Sailor Moon. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)



"Magnus"Edit

Kraven. Named after a forgotten individual's cat, Magnus. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Merlin"Edit

Kraven. Named after Vivian's cat, Merlin / Ichabod. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Milo"Edit

Old Kraven war veteran, who is missing one of his legs. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Myst"Edit

Kraven. Named after Grandma Nora's cat, Misty. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)



"Neptune"Edit

Kraven. Named after Erin's cat, Neptune. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)



"Oliver"'Edit

Kraven. Named after Oliver from Disney's Oliver & Company. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Optik II"Edit

An Ailodon built exactly like Optik, yet is not benevolent. Instead he serves Spontus as one of his many "Mutants". Needs renaming because "Optik II" is not a realistic name.



"Panda"Edit

Kraven. Named after my old cat, Panda. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Paragraphon"Edit

Ally of Qo and Tashun. Needs to be renamed so his name is more alien and less based on the word "paragraph".

"Piccolo"Edit

Kraven. Named after Woody & Gus' cat, Piccolo. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)



"Sasquatch"Edit

Kraven champion. Named after Woody & Gus' retarded cat, Sasquatch. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Shampoo"Edit

Kraven. Named after Woody & Gus' cat, Shampoo aka Momma Kitty. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Silver Samurai"Edit

Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. Originally a Silver Samurai toy from the Marvel Comics line.

"Spectron the Ultra Metroid"Edit

Human interstellar bounty hunter, who would utilize teleportation drives to return him to Earth should something require his assistance. Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. Originally a Spectron toy from the Z.A.P. Force line. Requires renaming due to his name stemming directly from the figure's actual name, as well as the error of assuming "Metroid" referring to Samus Aran.

"Spellbound"Edit

Ally of Qo and Tashun. Needs to be renamed so his name is more alien and less based an actual Human word.

"Sublime"Edit

Kraven. Named after Tammy's cat, Sublime aka Subby Softpaws. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)



"Violator"Edit

Originally a Violator toy from the Spawn line.



"Zodiac"Edit

Kraven. Named after Aaron's cat, Zodiac. Requires renaming due to a choice to alter all Kraven names based on actual cats so their names will sound more original and alien to fit with their culture (because it wouldn't make sense for an Ancient Egyptian to be named John Stevens, would it? So how could a race of cat people have Human names?)

"Zortron the Super Metroid"Edit

Human interstellar bounty hunter, who would utilize teleportation drives to return him to Earth should something require his assistance. Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. Originally a Zortron toy from the Z.A.P. Force line. Requires renaming due to his name stemming directly from the figure's actual name, as well as the error of assuming "Metroid" referring to Samus Aran.

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#47Edit

47 -- A Present for Mommy

47 delivering his love gift to his "mother".

Albino rabbit male. Born on a rabbit farm to loving owners, he was vastly unlike the others. He was born the runt of his litter, yet he was also born albino. While his own mother abandoned him to feed the rest of his siblings instead - who were certainly more likely to survive - the lady of the house discovered him and brought him to the house, where she nursed him back to health. She loved him like a pet for months and named him #47, as she had run out of names that she could think of and had begun resorting to numbers instead.

When he grew large enough and the winter grew bitterly cold, she gave him a pair of socks to wear over his exposed ears. He fell in love with his owner, but once he was healthy enough she placed him back with the other rabbits and moved on with her existence of taking care of the multitude still out there. His time with the Lady had changed him considerably, and he walked like they did instead of on all fours. The other rabbits teased him and treated him poorly, and he yearned for the day that his Lady would come get him again. Alas, she did not. He began to wonder why she had stopped loving him and what he could do to make her love him again, and eventually stumbled upon a gruesome thought - perhaps if he brought her a present in the form of the prize (and in his world, the alpha) bunny's head, she would love him again.

When the farmers left out a knife overnight, he saw his opportunity and claimed it as his own, and soon decapitated the sweet pink rabbit alpha, Bunbun. He then dragged the bloody head into the house with him and brought it to his Lady, setting it next to her. In the morning, all she could do was scream - #47 misread this as a sound of sheer joy, and believed that was what she wanted, and vowed to continue bringing her presents periodically.

3-WayEdit

Happy E-Day 2011

3-Way and #47 wish the Dead Flies a happy emergence day, alongside numerous others.

A Human anomaly that somehow had his DNA crossed with that of both a butterfly and a serpentoid creature of some kind - perhaps a demon. While most of his head is still Humanoid, his right eye has transformed into a massive compound eye, and below his mouth sits a curled proboscis. He has small black horns protruding from his head. He has entirely lost his left arm, while his right arm has degenerated into a two-clawed limb. His legs have completely given way to a long, serpentine tail. He currently holds the record for most inadvertently awkward name I've ever come up with.

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Abramer ZaigeEdit

A schizophrenic knight.


Ace PuffinEdit

Puffin member of Mikey & Friends.


Ace of SpadesEdit

Member of the Night-Nukers, a benevolent group. A member of an unnamed species of Iskian descendants from the great Gyllean Project disaster, Ace of Spades is the master of spade-shaped throwing daggers, which he often can charge with energy for greatly increased effect.


A.D.A.M.Edit

ADAM MS Sprite

A.D.A.M.

A cybernetic super soldier experiment created by H.E.A.T. Industries. The name stands for Advanced Dispatch Assault Mechanism. Physically, it is a cross between Adam Mitchell and Potemkin, yet with the "fish-headed helmet" I initially thought Potemkin wore in Guilty Gear. A.D.A.M. is completely mindless however, following orders blindly like a machine.


AddelleEdit

Female hero character used from my Advanced Dungeons & Dragons set.


Adelaide CooperEdit

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Adelaide Cooper at Level 27.

First character ever made in World of Warcraft - a Human rogue.


Advisor RothscheldEdit

Human chief advisor to King Alonsus Gerreth, ruler of the kingdom of Stormhand. Makes his first appearance in Long Story. Here, the party (at this point consisting of Rehan Goto, Chawan Donburi, Serenity Krueger, Erune Forthcaller, Balloon Fighter, and Raccoon, and possibly other characters) sees the advisor as acting suspicious, using words that sound all too likely to indicate he may be behind the intended coup against the king. The party can investigate him and present evidence that supports him being the mastermind or at least in cahoots with somebody else, and if they choose to do so they can actually get him thrown in prison. However it later turns out that there are few in the kingdom more loyal to the crown than he, and by locking him up he is unable to help defend the castle, thus making the ending subchapter much harder, with far more enemy spawns. After realizing their mistake the party can let him out but he will not be particularly accomodating afterwards, blaming them for nearly getting the king and prince killed.

Created on Thursday, 10/26/2017 at 6:42PM.


AdvocateEdit

Princess Ume Skysetter's personal bodyguard, he is a silent Elf who is stern and serious all the time.


Adz VuulEdit

Character in name only.


AiEdit

A female-designed persolon built with Japanese aesthetics in mind. She is the first persolon besides Ping Thor encounters, and she obtains a sort of rivalry with Ping. Later, her owner just happens to move into the apartment complex that the Dead Flies live in, fueling the two persolons' rivalry.


AihuEdit

Character in name only. No details created so far.


Akira TogenkyoEdit

Human male. Master and indeed champion of the Martial Arts Tactical Origami Paper Folding. As such, he is capable of swiftly folding a piece of paper into any object - usually fashioned into weaponry that can actually cut almost better than the real thing due to its tiny point and thin edges. He can also craft lifeforms that are so lifelike, they actually move and act on their own. An origami hawk built in this fashion is one of his most-often-used companions. An old Ranma ½ character of mine from high school.


AlainEdit

The Daemon Queen of Punishment. Embodiment of Wrath, she takes the human guise of a female named Elaine Cooper.


Alice FikeEdit

Alice Fike MS Sprite

Alice Fike

Human female. A citizen in all regards, Alice Fike is an innocent-minded 16-year-old blonde girl with gorgeous blue eyes. She has lived a relatively sheltered life to be sure, and as such does not know much about "netherknowledge" such as sex and drugs, and still enjoys the simple things in life. Even so, she has noticed the hungry stares of both men and women alike and, while she may not be certain as to their intent or meaning, she has grown to really enjoy these stares. Through a bit of experimentation she has come to realize that they stare at her for her body and has begun to wear tight-fitting jeans and a white shirt to accentuate her form, successfully making more people stare wantingly at her body, causing her to smile pleasantly.

First of several female characters originating from a dream.


Alice-chanEdit

Kraven female. Alice-chan is a "furry catgirl" who is most notable for her enormous breasts. She is a partier at heart, and finds it amusing to play with people's minds. She wears a tight black tube top and red miniskirt (not unlike Lucrecia Callahan). She has white fur but black hair gracing her head, which she wears pulled back into a short, spiny ponytail. She also has a black downward-triangular nose.


Alliance PrimeEdit

Hybridized chimeric gladiator created from Alliance races, used by the Amal'Gam Society. Alliance Prime has been built to incorporate the physiology of Ancient, Azothan Humans, Cenarius' Children, Draenei, Dwarves, Gnomes, High Elves, Night Elves, and most recently Worgen. Its body is that of an Azothan Human, the legs of a Draenei, the beard and stony skin of a Dwarf, the hair color and technical prowess of a Gnome, the ears of a High Elf and the purpled skin and inherant fangs of a Night Elf. It has hair made of leaves like an Ancient and antlers like those of Cenarius' Children. It was recently infected with the Worgen Curse, allowing it to transform into a violent monster in combat.


Alluvia VhylanusEdit

Character in name only. No details created so far.


Ally Ailodon Concept

The Ailodon, Ally

AllyEdit

An Ailodon who simply is excellent at lending assistance to others.


Amawra HouleinEdit

Amawra 43

Amawra at Level 43.

Gilnean Worgen female member of the Frozen Dominion. Born and raised within the confines of Gilneas her entire life, she now explores the world with utmost excitement. Since her youth she has focused on magic, harnessing the Arcane arts as her primary tool. She has obtained a Water Elemental named Sloshka as an ally, who serves by her side without question. Her older sister is Mawsura and she is friends with a Gnome warrior named Lexxana whom she assisted in Dun Morogh for a time before the Gnome's sudden disappearance.


AmblerEdit

Old character of mine from around the age of 12, based off of my old Quick-Change Shadow toy from The Shadow line.


Ambusher — Jack ByrdEdit

An 18-year-old Ninja Brawler, and one of the Byrd brothers. He is stylized in camouflage with a neck guard (similar to a desert Foreign Legionnaire's hat) along the nape of his neck.


AmphorEdit

Zalt Amphorian male. Albino savior of the Zalts, Diplods, Zoaraptors and Massocions from the Lorc Emperor Ghaag during the Lorc-Amphorian war on the planet Kesari. After his defeat of the Lorc and subsequent execution of their adults and subjugation of their youth, the four species saved grouped themselves under one name, named in his honor - the Amphorians. He ruled the four Amphorian races and kept the Lorc as his slaves until his death brought on by old age.


AmyEdit

Character in name only. No details created so far.


AnamalocarisEdit

A Human-Anamalocaris Mutate created through the use of DNA collected by the Dino Squad.

Anamalocaris (Urth)Edit

A Human-Anamalocaris Mutate who operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many Servant-Slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy. He is usually dispatched for aquatic missions.


Anarch AnarachEdit

Character in name only. No details created so far.


AnathesiaEdit

Female character in name only. No details created so far.


Anchor ManEdit

Robot Master.


AnglerEdit

A Human/Anglerfish Mutate.

Angler (Urth)Edit

A Human-Anglerfish Mutate who operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many Servant-Slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy.


Angore the SeekerEdit

Angore 0

Angore at Level 0 in the early iterations of World of Warcraft.

Angore MS Sprite

Angore's official redesign for Long Story.

Tauren male. Spirit Walker and Archdruid of the Crimson Fang Clan.

An albino Minotaur, Angore was always destined to become a spirit walker, a religious martyr traveling the world, shunned from his own society but also seen as an important figure able to walk through the land of the dead as well as communicate directly with their ancestors.

In Long Story, he is encountered by Rehan Goto's party a number of times, first appearing in the Fungiferous Forest early on in Chapter 2, then again in Romerotown during Chapter 4. Evidence of his being in the area also occur in both Myrebog and in Lycansylvania, though he goes unseen here. He returns for Chapter 8 to help stave off the Demons of Chaos from overtaking the town of Whisper, and travels with the party to the Badlands, where he is distracted by the ancient ruins of the lost nation of Althea and leaves the party's presence. However, he is discovered again during their quest to stop Perenus Darkmoore and restore Grihm Bloodtusk to the chair as chieftain of the Crimson Fang Clan. With this, he stays as a member of the tribe, but helps the party in defeating the great lich Vordathco Mordecai.


Angus the BlackEdit

A minotaur male.


AngstaEdit

Dragon Ball character. Queen of the Cursed Saiyans on the planet Murj, a dual planet alongside Fayz. Born in Age 1075 and becoming queen in 1097, she reigned for 13 years until the Leftover Saiyans arrived during a planetary fusion in 1110, where she was finally slain. During the planetary fusion that occurs every 100 years into the planet Fayzurj, she merges with Fayz's King Urzerka into the powerful, androgynous Angzterk.


AngzterkEdit

Dragon Ball character. Androgynous monarch of the fused planet Fayzurj, home of the Cursed Saiyans. Formed by the Queen of Murj Angsta and King of Fayz Urzerka. Was created and ultimately defeated in 1110 by the Leftover Saiyans and the Galaxy Warriors.


Annette the HipsterEdit

Annette Dream Girl

Annette the Hipster

A hipster stoner girl who appeared in one of Somarinoa's dreams.


Antenna Eye Concept

The Ailodon, Antenna Eye

Antenna EyeEdit

An Ailodon who had one of his arms genetically altered into a sort of antenna, allowing him to pick up broadcast signals. Name was originally spelled "Antenae Eye", though this is improper English.


Antioch SkysmiterEdit

Azothan Human male current lord of the Orion's Belt Order.


Antoinne TaurusheadEdit

Antoinne Taurushead MS Sprite

King Antoinne

Minotaur male who has become king of an undisclosed labyrinthine city-complex. Made in Heroes of Might & Magic II as a 20 stack Minotaur King.


Anty AntEdit

A male ant member of Team Underground, alongside fellow ants Armored Ant, Aunty Ant and Robo-Ant.


Anubis ManEdit

Robot Master based on the Egyptian God of Death.


ApostrolEdit

Apostrol Concept

Apostrol

A leader amongst the Scourge Space Piracy.


AputEdit

A general in Hypotherm's Saiyan Extermination Squads.


ArachnoidEdit

Malnourished arachidan monster. Performs the Quadtongue fatality. Originally a Mortal Kombat Kombatant, though during one tournament he is trapped in Earthrealm with no means of returning to his own realm. As a means of easier survival he joined Snakeface's Outcasts, where others believe he is some sort of mutated Human being; he has never informed them otherwise. In his current role, he comes into contact often with Spontus' Mutants and Humanity's First Stand. Original design inspired by the character Aracula from Skeleton Warriors.


Arcadia ShimoguchiEdit

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Arcadia Shimoguchi.

A character created as a request by an old friend, Hannah Wallace. Built around the request of being busty.


ArcheloniusEdit

A Human-Archelonius Mutate created through the use of DNA collected by the Dino Squad.

Archelonius (Urth)Edit

A Human-Archelonius Mutate who has rebelled against Grand Emperor BadGuy, serving as a member of the Rebellious Refugees.


ArcherEdit

Old character, revised, modern information not decided upon yet.


ArkoulEdit

Character in name only. No details created so far. Older character than Arkool, who had been created after having long-forgotten about Arkoul.


Armored AntEdit

A male ant member of Team Underground, alongside fellow ants Anty Ant, Aunty Ant and Robo-Ant.


ArrowEdit

Arrow Robot Concept

Arrow

Mechanical character in the shape of a box with bat-like wings, stubby legs, a large arrow-shaped nose-like structure, as well as eyes and a sharp-toothed mouth. Old character from when I was 10 years old.


Arsenicia of the Black DragonflightEdit

Black Dragon female.


ArtaxEdit

Forsaken male. Former Crew of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition I.


AshjlekEdit

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Ashjlek.

Draenei male. Paladin.


AsmodelEdit

Asmodel is one of the Vampire Guardians of an alternate Nosgothic future, guarding the Pillar of Conflict. Asmodel was well-known for his vanity. When corruption once again takes hold in Nosgoth, the various Vampire Guardians transform and mutate far past the "final form", and Asmodel is no exception. His body becomes massive, his skin toughening to the likeness of stone. His neck lengthens considerably and his mouth becomes little more than a massive baring of fangs. His once beautiful hair now hangs limply from his scalp. He knows his beauty has been lost and he is enraged at this, and he comes to blame the Balance Guardian, Kain, for his transmogrification. In the end, Asmodel is, like the other Pillar Guardians, slain by his vampiric father. His totem is his enchanted gauntlets.


AsterixEdit

A penguin with a benevolent nature.


Astrid SnipesEdit

Space-element Agent for The Organization.


Ataladar ShimmerdawnEdit

Kaldorei male current right hand of the Orion's Belt Order.


AtariEdit

Atari Ailodon Concept

The Ailodon, Atari

An Ailodon who has been genetically altered for a larger overall size as well as to sport eight limbs - two regular arms, two "powerhouse" arms, two single claw-tipped arms and a pair of "powerhouse" legs. He serves in Redips' gang, and wears a pair of shapeshifter gloves on his powerhouse arms. He is generally considered to be Redips' second-in-command.


Atella IstemoEdit

Known as "the Mute Reaper", she is a chevalière (female knight) known for her usage of dual katara. She is quiet and keeps to herself, even on the battlefield, which has earned her her nickname. She once worked as an assassin for a prestigious family until she got too good at her craft, warranting her employers to mark her for death. She survived obviously, although the prestigious family certainly did not. It is not fully clear just how she came to be a member of the Divine Errant, although King Taius presumably contacted her due to her abilities as an assassin to bolster the abilities of their ranks. Her nickname is a beefed-up form of "Silent Killer". In Diablo II she was used as an Assassin, with a shadow named Trinity. Her name itself stems from the words Atelophobia (fear of imperfection) and Epistemophobia (fear of knowledge).


Athaza ParalliEdit

Athaza Parali MS Sprite

Athaza Parali.

A Diakatanian Human soldier at a castle who falls asleep at his post often. Ultimately dooms the city.


Atriplex (Akira)Edit

Saiyan member of Laiyas' Band. Able to go Cybo Saiyan, and can fuse with fellow Cybo Saiyan Vor to form Akivor. Formerly known as Akira.


AtrivorEdit

A Saiyan/Saiyan Fusion formed by Lavor and Atriplex. He is capable of transcending to Ultra Saiyan 2. Formerly renamed Akivor and for some reason written as a Broli/Atriplex fusion.


Aunty AntEdit

A female ant member of Team Underground, alongside fellow ants Anty Ant, Armored Ant and Robo-Ant.


AvilliusEdit

Character in name only. No details created so far.


Axebit SawtoothEdit

Axebit Sawtooth Concept

Ogre male, Anointed in Grey serving in the Garrison of Noggle as its garrison captain, guarding the nation of Myrjlon from outsiders. As with other Diakatanian Ogres, he is mutated — He has one enlarged eye and his other eye has atrophied to the point of becoming blind. While this means that he has lost his depth perception, he carries around a huge double-bladed axe to compensate. He wears heavy armor including a helmet specifically designed for him. His 'missing' eye is tacked with a pair of metal bars in the shape of an 'X'.

Originally made in Heroes of Might & Magic II as a 17 stack Ogre.


AxelEdit

Male hero character used from my Advanced Dungeons & Dragons set. Was long-forgotten about by the time that the Axel seen above was created. Remembered due to locating old written note about him that described what I had renamed my various toys and other playthings as a child. Will possibly be merged with Axel Kolanthe.


Aximo CoimetEdit

Knight of the Divine Errant of Taius with a preference for the bastard sword. He is the last surviving member of his entire family, whom were all wiped out by a ruthless band of Black Orcs. These Black Orcs raided the town while he and all other strong males of his village were out attempting to locate and take down the Black Orc encampment, which had been endangering their people for some time by then. In grief-stricken valor, he swore to protect the innocent from that day forward, as long as he still lives. His name is a combination of Ataxiophobia (fear of ataxia - muscle incoordination), Eremophobia (Fear of being oneself or of lonliness) and Coimetrophobia (fear of cemetaries).

BEdit

Babner SchlopsteinEdit

Babner Schlopstein

Babner

A sailor character from Shitson!.


BariaunxEdit

Demon from God Eraser.


BarillaEdit

Character in name only. Character has not yet been described.


BarnacleEdit

A Human-Barnacle Mutate.

Barnacle (Urth)Edit

A Human-Barnacle Mutate who operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many Servant-Slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy.


Baron Ejj BloodmoonEdit

Long Story character. Code name: Bonewolf. A Greater Werewolf who serves as a member of the Court of Bone, the leaders of the Cult of Bone on the planet Diakatan. This makes him a part of Black Death's insidious entourage alongside Palerider and [SHARK]. Long Story will reveal how "Bonewolf" is in fact the mastermind behind the lycanthrope plague that has decimated Lycansylvania. Character was created based on a powder mark and described on 10/23/2018 at 4:58pm.


BasinEdit

Character in name only. Character has not yet been described.


BatdogEdit

Old character. Has not yet been redescribed.


Battsy the BatEdit

Battsy

Battsy the Bat.

A bat notorious for his ADD. He is friends with Trixie's pack, a trio of dogs who go on odd adventures together. If there's one thing Battsy is known for, it is getting distracted in mid-flight and crashing head first into walls.


BeakeyEdit

Desert Digger MS Sprite

An example of Desert Diggers.

A Desert Digger.


Beakman Concept

Beakman

BeakmanEdit

Beakman MS Sprite

A flashlight given sapience when the Life Bombs were detonated and it was caught in the shockwave. Now possessing a machine spirit, Beaker is able to think and act on his own yet is still able to convert slightly to resemble an ordinary flashlight when necessary.


BearEdit

Originally a Quasimodo toy from The Hunchback of Notre Dame movie. Very old character who has not been properly reintegrated into my modern mythos.


Bear CLAWZEdit

A cybernetically-enhanced Kodiak Bear who has the brain of an ally of Dr. BadGuy placed inside.

Bear CLAWZ (Urth)Edit

A cybernetically-enhanced Kodiak Bear who has the brain of an ally of Dr. BadGuy placed inside. He operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many Servant-Slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy.


BeirotEdit

Character currently in name only.


Bee-Host Concept

Bee-Host

Bee-HostEdit

Old character. Yet to be reintegrated into the modern mythos.


Beirdy SilkbeardEdit

Bierdy 0

Bierdy Silkbeard at Level 0.

Dwarf male paladin of the Order of the Silver Hand. He was killed during the Shattering when he was covered by an avalanche in Dun Morogh.


Belchius SmellyfootiniEdit

Azothan Human male. Born in the nation of Westfall on the planet Azeroth, Belchius is an ignorant and wholly unsuccessful thief with no regard for the government of any nation, let alone his own. His daughter, Burpina, met a horrible fate during the Sundering, and he currently blames both Varian Wrynn and Deathwing for this transgression (even though it was mostly her own fault).


BelroaEdit

Welcome to the Chasm, Belroa.
Unknown foe of Belroa

A character created when brainstorming sentences on March 5th, 2018. No information has yet been given for the character, though they are expected to play a role in Long Story.


BelthazarEdit

Centro male. Belthazar was one of the four Centro Oracles during the time of the Five Heroes, along with Melchoir, Cygnus and Royce. He served as the Oracle of Time, possessing the powers of ________________________. He aided the Five Heroes for a time along with the other Oracles, until Vuul'huukos discovered their aid and proceeded to have all four Oracles assassinated.


BetterdeadmanEdit

Intended Dragon Ball RP character. He was intended to crossover as many universes as possible.

  • Former member of Adjustment Bureau
  • Kicked out after getting infested with Symbiote
  • Can consume seeds to transform into different forms
  • Can injure himself to create weapons from his blood
  • Later gets been possessed by the Blacklight Virus


Black Fly Larva Concept

Black Fly's 1st form

Black Fly Pupa Concept

Black Fly's 2nd form

B.F.L. -- Black Fly LarvaEdit

Information not decided upon. Eventually transforms into Black Fly Pupa.

B.F.P. -- Black Fly PupaEdit

Information not decided upon.


BiasEdit

A MkVII "Temproid" Reploid, built upon a rotund-class chassis. He eventually served alongside Tempo as a NeoHunter, and was both Tempo's best friend and partner during these times. However, Bias nearly though inadvertently got several other NeoHunters killed during a mission and, distraught, he retired and moved away into seclusion within a wooded area, where only Tempo knew where he was. Some years after his departure, Tempo came with his new partner Trance to discuss something with Bias, only for Bias to immediately afterwards be infected by the Goth Virus directly from Goth himself.

Corrupted, Bias fought Tempo and, while damaged but not destroyed teleported away to the Maverick Factory, where Goth had his body rebuilt into a powerhouse-class chassis. At this point he became one of Goth's four Maverick Generals, though Goth actually planned to use Bias as bait to be able to possess Tempo's chassis as Goth saw it as superior to all others. Tempo was eventually forced to fight the corrupt Infected Bias, and ultimately destroyed him, though rushed in and removed Bias' personality chip just in time to save his "soul".

After destroying Goth, Tempo returned to NeoHunter HQ and had Bias rebuilt, this time in an upgraded MkVII Jock-class body to allow him better movement and agility. Bias served the NeoHunters again as gratitude for a few years before Goth surfaced again. Angry at what Goth had made him do before, Bias chose to fight against Goth's growing armies, only to eventually succumb to an upgraded Taps. When Goth was destroyed this time, he chose to possess Bias, converting both of them into Bias#Omega Bias, becoming an even greater threat than Goth alone was. Eventually, Tempo was forced to permanently destroy his old best friend.


Bic Concept

Bic

BicEdit

A Bic brand pen given sapience when the Life Bombs were detonated and it was caught in the shockwave. Now possessing a machine spirit, Bic is able to think and act on his own yet is still able to simply stop moving and appear as an ordinary ballpoint pen when necessary.


Bill the GorillaEdit

Gorilla member of the Mikey & Friends.


Bill BoardEdit

Happy E-Day 2011

Bill Board wishes the Dead Flies a happy emergence day, alongside numerous others.

An anthropomorphic billboard who was a member of a strange, anthropomorphic platoon consisting of, amongst others, Richard Rabbit, Borde, and Dr. Clock. During the war, he was blinded in one eye. After the war they remained allies, and started to battle the evil forces of Snog together.


Bio CrustaceanEdit

A MkVI "Throwback" Reploid. Considered ancient and nearly obsolete, Crustacean was most recently purposed to serve the EDEN Project at the Grand Arboretum under the guideship of the MkVII botanist, Narica. Here he would use his claw to trim back plantlife as needed and used his programmed "harmony with plants" to let them grow better. Unfortunately Narica's brother Lotor contracted the Goth Virus and went Maverick, damaging Crustacean and infecting him as well, causing him to gain his title "Bio". He then began terrorizing the Arboretum, destroying many endangered species, although Narica protected the centerpiece of the building, the last tree of its kind, right up until the end where Bio Crustacean finally destroyed the tree Narica had been protecting. Immediately afterwards, Narica's brother Savage Lotor dropped down upon Bio Crustacean and tore out his circuitry, killing him. He utilized a powerful scissor claw and vine whip in combat.


BirdheadEdit

Character in design only. Drawn many years back, though they were never described.


BirritEdit

Character in name only. Information has not yet been described.


Bistregon of the Black DragonflightEdit

Black Dragon male.


Bit Her AlreadyEdit

A large, toothed serpent or worm-like individual. It is significantly larger than either Ruthless or Bite Her Already. Holds a high place for one of the worst idea names I've ever invented, alongside Bite Her Already.


Bite Her AlreadyEdit

A small, toothed serpent or worm-like individual. He is significantly smaller than either Ruthless or Bit Her Already. Holds a high place for one of the worst idea names I've ever invented, alongside Bit Her Already.


Black DeathEdit

Black Death Concept

Black Death

Character in design only. Drawn many years back, though they were never described.


Black Stickjesus Returns

Black StickjesusEdit

Oekaki character. Essentially just regular Jesus the Christ of Nazareth, but a stick figure and with some stereotypical black aspects. For instance, he has a (massive) afro, and a fro pick (in the shape of a cross).


Blackthorne SpirehornEdit

Black Orc male general of the brothers Onslaught and Bloodshed. Known as Blackthorne the Grim. Uses mail & Blade of Blackthorne.


BladderbackEdit

Bladderback hero. Due to a massive, bean bag chair-like bladder (though it looks more like a tumor) growing out of his back, he is able to hold his urine indefinitely. However, this does not mean he can release this urine in some sort of fantastical attack. He is the father of Meshass.


BladzEdit

Bladz Revitalized

Bladz

An early HEAT Industries supersoldier built with short, retractable metallic claws extending from his knuckles. He wears an intimidating helmet that gives him access to a heads-up display. He once badly beat Borde, leaving him as a sappy pulp. He would later come to be one of the three original members of the SCUM of the Earth, alongside fellow HEAT supersoldiers Restock and Shockwave.

Given his positioning in his revitalized character image, an idea emerged as to what his actual identity behind the mask really was: potentially, he might in fact be Nicholas Cole, M.D. Formerly mistaken to be named "Blodz" thanks to the poor quality of the photograph taken to recall his image for more modern drawing potential.


Blarblar 0

Blarblar at Level 0.

Blarblar BleebleeEdit

Azothan Human female. Priestess.


Blaster Comparison

Blaster

BlastarrEdit

Grand Zharkulan bounty hunter.


Blaydbate TorquinsonEdit

Gnome male warlock & pawn of the Burning Legion.


Blayne GillianEdit

Character in name only. Information has not yet been described. Named after the name I thought I read when I barely glanced at the name of the artist who drew the painting in the upstairs bathroom in my family house.


Blimpo the BlimpodiusEdit

A gigantically fat cat who is so obese that she floats. Originally created during my first therapy session when I was 9, where I was asked to draw my family, and I drew our obese cat Zoey as "Blimpo the Blimpodius".


Bloodshed SpireaxeEdit

Black Orc male and brother to Onslaught the Conquerer. Known as Bloodshed the Undefeated. Wields a Keshian Axe and a monolith-reinforced Monolithic Blade known as the Blade of Bloodshed. He wears monolith reinforced helmet and armor. The significant difference of monolith remnants carried by Bloodshed as opposed to Onslaught makes Bloodshed far more bloodthirsty (and that's saying something!), giving Bloodshed his namesake. This is due to the fact that the Black Monolith they discovered is in fact a sapient object that whispers into the minds of those around it to control them to exert chaos on the world and eventually bring it more beings to influence.


Bloodshot EyeEdit

Bloodshot Eye Concept

An Ailodon who simply is known for always appearing bloodshot, presumably due to staying up late hours and only getting a little rest.


BlooperEdit

Benevolent being from Mars. Based on a "Martian Popping Thing" from an unspecified catalog. Does not yet figure into current mythos.


Blue Platform Sprite

Blue.

BlueEdit

One of the two main characters from Have You Got the Balls?!.


Boa CondrictorEdit

Boa Condrictor Concept

Boa Condrictor

An old sapient boa constrictor. Originally was also a luchador, though I am not certain whether that will continue to be a part of his description. It is currently assumed that he will likely be converted into a Mutate that serves Dr. BadGuy.


Boater Concept

Boater

BoaterEdit

A Backswimmer-Human Mutate created by adding Human DNA into a backswimmer, a reverse of the typical style Dr. BadGuy typically employs, done as an experiment to better understand the mutation effects of the neo-genetic processes.

Boater (Urth)Edit

A Backswimmer-Human Mutate who operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many Servant-Slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy.


Boatman Concept

Boatman

BoatmanEdit

Old anthropomorphic insect character, riding around in a large mech, perhaps 15ft tall. Not yet worked back into my current mythos, but judging by the fact that his original drawing possesses the exact same insignia as Cruzpuppy, Tadfish and Mantaslayer, he will likely get converted into an alien working for the Crux Space Piracy, perhaps forming an official Aquatics Division.


Bob the ChaoEdit

Favorite Chao from Sonic Adventure.


Bobbi TschoeplEdit

My main Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind character - a Breton female born of the Tower zodiac. She also appeared as my Oblivion, as well. Due to the 200 years between Oblivion and Skyrim it would not make sense to have her used in that game, unfortunately. She had a decent background story but I don't wish to retcon myself since it is written on a different computer than I have any access to, currently.


BobidiEdit

Demented wizard of the same species as Bibidi and Babidi.


BolorEdit

Character by name only. Yet to be officially described.


Bondigosa of the Blue DragonflightEdit

Blue Dragon female, mate of Zuregol and the mother of Periwin.


Bonnie SinclairEdit

A beautiful young lady of Scottish decent whom was extremely important to an unspecified event in the year 1363. She was so important, in fact, that there were individuals hired to kill her. While they succeeded, at that exact moment a mystical cleric showed up. Coincidentally, he had dabbled in necromantic arts in his youth and accidentally had discovered that he could combine the two magic schools to resurrect someone perfectly that very afternoon. He resurrected Bonnie, and subsequently became her guardian. Through his powers she has remained alive and youthful, and has lived into the modern age.

Whatever she happens to know about the unknown event is so important that hitmen regularly still go after her, killing her in exceedingly gruesome ways, only to have Ingram Fleming - her guardian - show up and bring her back from the brink. While her guardian has fallen head over heels for her over the centuries, she has not noticed this and is currently dating a typical buzz-cut wearing, tattoo-sporting musclebound jarhead. However, he knows they hold a secret and eventually wants in on it, and when the guardian tells him he goes insane. Created in the dreamstate. Her name may have originally been Bernadette Sinclair.


Borde the Bored BoardEdit

Borde MS Sprite
Borde 1

Borde.

An anthropomorphic 2x4 plank who was a member of a strange, anthropomorphic platoon consisting of, amongst others, Richard Rabbit, Dr. Clock and Bill Board. He was formerly a trigger happy grunt, but during the war he was struck with a Boredom Bomb, causing him to lose all motivation and be constantly bored. No cure for this has ever been found. After the war they remained allies, and started to battle the evil forces of Snog together.


Borei ________________Edit

Character in name only. Information not yet described.


BotflyEdit

Botfly Concept

Botfly

Old anthropomorphic, cybernetic botfly conceptualized in 1995. Not yet properly redefined into modern mythos, though assumed to now be some sort of Mutate.


BoundyballsEdit

Bladderback hero.


Boxer BriefEdit

Human/Saiyan hybrid. Descendant of Prince Vegeta and Bulma Brief, as well as the ultimate goal of Ticholla and Kaalif. Despite the duo's best efforts, he is successfully assassinated by members of Laiyas' Band. Intended to succeed the Vegeta lineage throne to lead the Saiyan race into a new renaissance, he would be instead replaced with Ticholla's own son, Rajita, birthed to Boxer's sister, Linger.


BrapEdit

An extraterrestrial with a malevolent nature.


Branch Hi-Stac & GlodgeEdit

Branch Hi-Stac Small Image

Branch Hi-Stac & Glodge.

Individual specifics yet to be defined. Like others of his species, Hi-Stac's skin is a tufts blue in the upper regions with a Prussian blue within its nostrils, and an auburn brown along its legs, with splotches of both colors appearing in on the other section of the body. Its eyes are a glowing golden hue. Glodge, being a typical Earthen snake, is a simple myrtle green color. His eyes are also golden in hue.


Brax Concept

Brax

BraxEdit

Evil robot. Possibly my first ever evil robot created. Still not entirely fitted into my modern mythos yet.


Breen ________________Edit

Character by name only. Not yet described.


Broadway -- _______________Edit

Specific info not yet described to match modern mythos. Originally an "mitt hand" (assumed to be Blitz, though I also owned Sgt. Mace, who has a similarly structured hand) C.O.P.S. toy.


Bronja (Brolkor)Edit

A Saiyan/Saiyan Fusion formed by Broli and Konja. He is capable of transcending to Ultra Saiyan 2; however since this would be pathetically weak it will likely be subject to change. Formerly named Brolkor.


Brothem KarnassusEdit

Brothem Karnassus MS Sprite

Brothem Karnassus.

Human male. Self-proclaimed messiah with a decent number of loyal followers, including 104 armed soldiers. These 104 include exactly 50 Rangers, 15 Champions, 20 Crusaders, 9 Master Swordsmen and 10 Veteran Pikeman. Brothem is a Heroes 2 character.


Bruno _____ Edit

Character currently in name only.


Bug EyesEdit

Robot. Not yet worked back into modern mythos.


BugeyesEdit

A strange, pie-shaped insectoid creature. It possesses a pair of large ovular wings, duodactyl hands and tridactyl feet with one toe splayed backwards for added support.


BuggEdit

As far as I recall, this character received a name when I played with toys as a kid, but no official back story. Has not yet been reinstated into my modern mythos. Originally an Armed toy from the Zbots line.


BugrugEdit

Savpraxx pilot who flies a Surpraxxi Inflictor in combat.


BulldogEdit

A Human/Bulldog hybrid Mutate. He is a bit of a muscle for Dr. BadGuy, and at his request he had his left hand custom altered into a mouth-like appendage to tear apart opponents. He was created at the same time as Fuzzmeister and Greyhound. Bulldog suffers from a chronic erection problem and has since he was a child, leading to him often being teased and him transforming into a bully in school, later becoming a petty criminal, a dog fighting ring bouncer and eventually, a loyal (if a little bit disturbed and uneasy about his constant erection) Mutate.

While this whole "erection" thing may seem weird to you and even me, honestly, it was added because of how he happened to be drawn back when I was a kid, which unintentionally made him appear to have one.


BulltaroEdit

Kombatant of unknown alien origin. Performs the Skull Punch fatality. Mortal Kombat Kombatant. Original design based upon Tremor II from Spawn.


Bulyon EarthstomperEdit

Tauren male member of the Amal'Gam Society.


BunbunEdit

Pink rabbit female. Born on a rabbit farm to loving owners, Bunbun was the prized rabbit on the farm during her day, and all other rabbits worshiped the ground she hopped on. This gave her a bit of a superiority complex, and when a strange, bipedal albino was left with them, with a large nose, skinny legs and socks on its ears, she led the insult assault upon it, becoming head bully. This strange rabbit however was not of sound mind, and over the months he was left with them and their insults, his personality slowly sloshed over into the sociopathic side.

One night while Bunbun was relaxing in her hutch (which she had claimed for herself and no one else due to her feelings of superiority), a silhouette came upon her, startling her. When she realized it was the strange albino - known as 47 - she chided him. When he brandished a bit of glinting metal, however, she began to panic and it was not long before he had her by her soft, perfect ear and brought the knife down upon her throat. She was decapitated while still living and #47 left to bring her blood-trailing head to the Lady of the farm. The Lady would scream bloody murder (which was, quite literally, what she was encountering at that moment) upon her awakening, but the sound, at least to poor Bunbun, would fall upon her deaf ears.


Burlington the SealEdit

Baby harp seal member of the Mikey & Friends.


Burry _________________Edit

Character by name only. Never described or drawn.


Butterfly Man Concept

The Butterfly Man

Butterfly ManEdit

Character who was drawn but never described. Appears to have been intended to be the "other side" of the Mothman.

CEdit

CaatulosEdit

Caatulos 0

Caatulos

Draenei male hunter.


Caboose ____________Edit

Former member and sponsor of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition II.


CahrEdit

Technarian general.


CaktyEdit

A highly-mutated cactus created through radiation and years of uncontrolled growth. Sapience came to it during the Life Bomb drops and he began terrorizing the deserts of his home range, impaling living creatures onto himself in a form of gruesome trophies. He was discovered and subsequently invited into and became a member of the Outcasts. While technically a "mutant", he is actually classified as an anomaly; while offered a position in Spontus' Mutants at one time, he refused stating that he would not leave his mother sun and its beautiful nourishment. Originally a Bio-Glo Swamp Thing toy from the Swamp Thing line.


Caleb _____ Edit

Character currently in name only.


Camomile BrooksEdit

Azothan Human female adventurous mage.


Canthus — _______________Edit

A Human/Coelacanth Mutate.

Canthus (Urth) — __________Edit

A Human/Coelacanth Mutate who operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many servant-slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy.


CapitaraEdit

Kelerius New Concept

Capitara

Extraterrestrial freedom fighter of the Kelerius race, partnered with Slasher.


Captain Zekiel DurastEdit

Captain of the Surfhunter, a fast Human frigate. His mission is to slay any and all sea dwellers that he and his crew run across. His genocidal mission (and personal taste thereof) has made him an especially colorful target of the Slillex, and a few other aquatic races. He is an arrogant prick, however, when it comes to his belief system and he cares not for their personal ire, and in fact their hatred of him makes him feel full of pride in a job well done.


Captain Manuel EstavanEdit

Captain of the Guard of the royal family of the nation of Mainland. He originally hailed from Carbadia, which is attached just off the coast but was hired by the Mainland king instead of a Mainlander because hiring from Carbadia was cheaper. He is well known for his huge handlebar mustache. Name created on the path to the bathroom at 2:55pm on April 29th, 2011, originally named "Captain Manuel", when trying to come up with a last name for him I called him "Captain Manuel Calavera", before remembering that Manuel Calavera was the main character from Grim Fandango.


Captain Saro PhaneEdit

Captain of the Holy Order of the Knights of the Hokey Pokey. He is green-haired, indicating that he is most likely a Loranche, and is very serious about his job. He considers his order to be the epitome of heroics and at the peak of its "game", yet his proud behavior does not mean that he is particularly stuck-up. Anyone who wishes to join the Holy Order of the Knights of the Hokey Pokey must submit to the ultimate test of skill - correctly performing the Great Ritual of the Hokey Pokey.


Captain _______ StrongEdit

Character in name only. Yet to be described. Possibly member of the Order of Strongth like Testosterone, though this may also be untrue due to the similarities between "Strong" and "Strongth" might make people see a non-existent, in-universe connection between the two.


Carabid Concept

Carabid

CarabidEdit

Old character. Yet to be reintegrated into modern mythos.


CarbEdit

Carb Concept

Carb

Old character. Yet to be reintegrated into modern mythos.


Carlos HarpuiaEdit

Human male member of the Z-Squad.


CastanetEdit

Bright red-haired battle android built to highly resemble a little girl. Goes to school with Fancy, Lush and Puff. Serves as their main rival both in school and in battle.


CellorEdit

Character drawn but never described.


Cerf ______________Edit

Member of the Z-Squad and brother of Jessy.


ChaetoEdit

A Succubus out to kill men. Has control over her hair.


Chameleon — _____________Edit

Old character not yet redescribed for modern mythos. Originally a Heavy Duty Space Brigade toy from the G.I. Joe line.


Chappair the DarkEdit

Orc male chieftain of Clan Greshann. Made in Heroes of Might & Magic III as a 38 stack.


Charity LovejoyEdit

Former crewmember of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition I, and former lover of Admiral Melosus.


ChesnaEdit

Tauren female shaman and best friend of Jertrana Ragefever.


Chetara _______________Edit

Character by name only. Presumably intended to be a Kraven due to similarity with Thundercats character name.


ChichockiEdit

Character by name only. Never described.


Chicken ManEdit

An anthropomorphic chicken. Benevolent nature. Old character; unsure how to fit into modern mythos.


Chief PachacamacEdit

Character by name only. Never described.


Chief PalakalamoaEdit

Former Chieftain and hero of the Ia tribe. Like all chieftains of his tribe, he wears a headdress made from the feathers of an avian species which he collected the feathers of. In his case, the feathers collected belonged to the Phoenix. Because of this, his headdress would erupt into flames during battles, and he was also known to be capable of rising from death on more than one occasion, cementing him into Ia lore. In fact, his headdress seems to prevent his actual ability to die, and he has become a hermetic seer to allow his descendants to be able to rule their people, even though he still lives and probably forever will. He is the father of Wanahanaloa, grandfather of Weepiyonwinnibom, and great-grandfather of Plarkiloa.


Chief WanahanaloaEdit

Former Chieftain and hero of the Ia tribe. Like all chieftains of his tribe, he wore a headdress made from the feathers of an avian species which he collected the feathers of. In his case, the feathers collected belonged to the Thunderbird. Because of this, he could create thunderstorms; it also granted him the power to shoot lightning from his eyes. Unfortunately however his bird-of-choice did not provide him with immortality as his father's headdress had for him, and Wanahanaloa was killed in battle against the neighboring Groda tribe, leading to the coronation of his son as tribal chieftain. He is the son of Palakalamoa, the father of Weepiyonwinnibom, and the grandfather of Plarkiloa.


Chili the DogEdit

Blue-furred domestic dog member of the Mikey & Friends.


Chimedormi of the Bronze DragonflightEdit

Bronze Dragon female.


Chimney FaceEdit

Chimney Face Concept

Chimney Face

An Ailodon who has been cybernetically altered to include a chimney extending from his eye. Why this was done is not known.


ChlopEdit

A Squid Demon sent to destroy mankind.


ChobeccaEdit

A White Chocobo that appears in Final Fantasy Z. Moguin's Black Chocobo Chocoin develops a crush on her after the party tames her with the mercenaries' departure and their subsequent return to the group.


ChockeloEdit

An anthropomorphic chocolate chip, brought to life by a Life Bomb detonation.


Cho'gall the UndeadEdit

Undead Ogre-Mage chieftain of the Night Shade Clan, who claims to be the former chieftain of the Twilight's Hammer Cult, although this was eventually disproven as Cho'gall had actually survived and had grown to serve the Old Gods. Cho'gall the Undead's true identity is not known.


Cho'garrEdit

Two-headed Ogre. Served the Blackrock Clan during the Second War and participated in the Horde's taking of Caer Darrow. Afterwards, with Guldan using the Runestone to create an Altar of Storms, it is presumed that Cho'garr was uplifted to Ogre-Magehood.


ChompersEdit

Robot. Not described beyond this as far as I remember.


ChordEdit

An anthropomorphic plank of wood created by a team of unspecified scientists who were attempting to figure out how the Life Bombs dropped on the world in various places during an alien invasion caused life to enter an object and somehow convert it into a somewhat more anthropomorphic design. Chord was given a demonic spirit, causing the sides to splinter off into horrible hands, the two upper corners curling into horns, eyes emerging from knots in the plank and each layer to open up into a mouth design, giving it many rows of splintery teeth. Initially the scientists considered burning it with fire to dispose of it before choosing to use it on the field to slay Borde, alongside a similar project, Macore. Chord is named after the word cord, as in a cord of wood.


ChoronEdit

Old character, yet to be revitalized into modern mythos.


Chothani ThallusEdit

Four Paths character. A necromancer in control of a still unnamed, enslaved wizard. His name is in slight reference to Ommyenka Cholanke's name.


ChronEdit

Chron Hibrid Concept

The first Chron.

Old character, yet to be revitalized into modern mythos. A completely different character than the Chron below (simply because I had forgotten I had used the name before at the time of the second's creation).


ChronEdit

Old character, yet to be revitalized into modern mythos. Considered for merging with the former listed Chron.


ChronusEdit

Old character, yet to be revitalized into modern mythos.


ChumbiEdit

Character in name only.


Church — Christian ChurchEdit

Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. Originally a Chapel toy from the Spawn line; also originally simply named Chapel.


Cidolfas TeslaEdit

Human.


Cimmaron ReioEdit

A pretty little Diakatanian Human priestess who is beginning to question her faith.


Citrus _______________Edit

A mysterious desert ninja, who slays demons, though his reasons for this are not directly understood, in direct correlation to his mysterious origins.


Citrus ZeeleEdit

Mostly a loner, Citrus is not a true member of the Vault of Bones. In Diablo II he was played as a Necromancer.


Civil Ogre — ThogEdit

Civil Ogre CoH

Civil Ogre.

Tanker member of the "Timespanners".


ClackterEdit

Skittering Crawler owned by Danth Steadyshot and cousin of Mr. Riggs. Born on Azuremyst Isle, he witnessed the arrival of the Exodar on Azeroth and the subsequent devastation it caused. He was feeding beneath the docks that had been built to help move the Draenei from their newfound islandic solitude when Danth came bounding down the docks. Danth noticed his tracks in the sand and dropped below to see what type of crab had caused them. When the two's eyes locked it was an instant connection, and Danth chose to tame him then and there.


Clancy WigwamEdit

Clancy is one of the player characters in Somarinoa's current RPG in the works, Teatime for Transients. He is a highly-evolved bean burrito, who has obtained sapience and magical (or possibly technological) abilities. Having been prepared by the game's main/initial character's mother at the beginning of the game for his breakfast but being neglected as the main character (henceforth referred to as "OC" as it is not certain it will be Ty Ensemble or not, since as a mysterious bounty hunter he really doesn't fit the idea at all) was in a rush, the burrito who would come to be known as Clancy was left on the counter for him and never touched again. When OC travels temporarily a million years into the future, he returns to his house, which he is surprised to find still standing. Upon entering however he discovers that the food and some appliances of the household have all evolved sapience, with most being aggressive towards him. However, having been prepared for OC specifically, Clancy holds OC in the highest esteem and seeks to protect his "liege" from the Fruit Gone Bad, despite having never developed any manner of limbs with which to move with; luckily, he can hover for no real apparent reason.

Clancy has elemental abilities named after various bean types. While he is seen speaking in a high fantasy British accent and medieval stylings, it appears he does this just for appearances, as occasionally he "takes a break" from this and talks normally.

He was the fourth character and third player character created especially for the game, following Soote, Ty Ensemble, and Redric Refuse.


Clawdge

Clawdge

ClawdgeEdit

Not yet redescribed for modern mythos. Clawdge's body is a dark hunter green (the underlayer beneath his chitinous arm blades is a regular hunter green) while his eyes are an aureolin yellow. The pair of triple hollow spines along his head are instead a bright coquelecot red with three darker red stripes on each, to ward away foes.


ClawdiusEdit

Clawdius Vacotor Concept

Clawdius

Yimra bounty hunter in the year 3004ad. He weighs 199lbs (likely needs to be increased to 400-500lbs due to the size of a Yimra) and originates from the planet Vega. Like all Yimra, he can contort his form, allowing him to alter to any varying height or length. Clawdius' Vacotor Database ID number is 103890763.


ClawglipEdit

Sea Crawler.


Cliffhanger — ____________Edit

Anthropomorphic ram. Not yet redefined for modern mythos, although they are extremely likely a neogenetic Mutates, though he would be one of those who have turned against Dr. BadGuy, similar to The Raccoon.


CloudEdit

An anthropomorphic cloud wearing a baseball cap and possessing duodactyl hands. He seems to have some sort of (platonic) relationship with Sun, or is otherwise attempting to. Old character, not yet refit into modern mythos.


Clubber the SealEdit

Baby harp seal member of the Mikey & Friends.


ClugugEdit

A giant Azerothian sea turtle domesticated by Sajun Pilferpinch I's Eye Above Corporation, and hired out to the Horde during the Second War, most often to the Black Tooth Grin Clan.


Clyde the DogEdit

One-eyed domesticated dog member of the Mikey & Friends.


Coates LotalahEdit

Human. Uses firearms in battle.


Colonel Elwyn DurcanthEdit

Character by name only. Not yet described.


Comet the DogEdit

Superpowered beagle dog member of the Mikey & Friends.


Commander Skull — _________Edit

A corrupt Human individual who formerly served as a black ops commander in the US Special Forces. After he betrayed the United States for his own personal gain, he was dubbed a threat and was often the target of assassination teams, all of which failed in their mission one way or another. Eventually he had a skull-like helmet built to represent his seeing himself as becoming a sort of angel of death and he began to refer to himself as Commander Skull. He had several encounters with other villains, including occasionally being hired by Dr. BadGuy until Spontus' forces invaded the planet; seeing a great opportunity for personal wealth, he betrayed his entire species and homeworld and joined Spontus' "Mutants". Originally a Commander Spawn toy from the Spawn line.


Commander SynthEdit

Reploid MkVII "Temproid" commander of the NeoHunters headquarters. He is notable for being of large size and for having shoulders built into huge subwoofers to disorient foes or cause other concussive effects.


ConfunEdit

Final Fantasy Z playable character. A Jayjujayme that is later discovered to be one of several larval princes of the Silq species; during his character quest line, the party discovers the existence of the Silq hive and do battle against Confun's parents, the corrupted Silking and Silqueen. With them slain and a large number of other Jayjujame also slain, Confun rises to position of Silking.

Uses grinder teeth to chew up and typically consume its foes, the latter of which conveys health back onto Confun.


Copy DecaEdit

A robot master built to take advantage of a group of old robot masters' abilities in an attempt to throw Mega Man off and finally defeat him. Deca's parts remain undefined, as Somarinoa has not yet played Mega Man 10 outside of the demo and wishes to remain surprised as to the robot masters lying within.


Copy TrioEdit

Copy Trio

Copy Trio.

A robot master built to take advantage of a group of old robot masters' abilities in an attempt to throw Mega Man off and finally defeat him. Trio has the head of Shadow Man, the forehead magnet of Magnet Man, the pelvis of Hard Man, the ankle wheels of Top Man, the conductor arms of Spark Man, the snake tail of Snake Man, the torso shards of Gemini Man and the "torso head" of Needle Man.


CoravzattsEdit

Character by name only. Yet to be described.


Corona VirusEdit

Female red weasel-being, named after an oekaki artist who posted during my days on Dave's Oekaki back at the turn of the century. Really ought to be renamed but that would take away from the whole "characters based on oekaki artists" concept of it all...but the name "corona virus" really doesn't fit for a weasel furry, does it? Either way, intended for an RPG game I had started and never finished entitled simply "Oe Kaki".


Costcocartho VlazzEdit

Character by name only. Yet to be described.


Crab ManEdit

Old character, yet to be revitalized for modern mythos.


CrackmaskEdit

Old character, yet to be revitalized for modern mythos.


CracktuskEdit

Old character, yet to be revitalized for modern mythos. Details beyond this not currently recalled. Judging by the name, it can be relatively safely assumed that it was a Yautja character.


CrafticusEdit

A Robot. Details beyond this not currently recalled.


Crayster — _______________Edit

A Human/Crayfish Hybrid Mutate and tactical advisor of the Seaside Shore Gang.


Crazz — _________________Edit

Human mercenary-turned-space pirate. Known for his tentacle-like, elongated machine arm that replaces a lost limb. This limb has a SI (synthetic intelligence) program of its own and can therefore think and act by itself. Sensors built into it allow it to see things separate from Crazz himself, allowing it to, for instance, snake around a corner, spot an opponent and attack them.


Crhonsu MordethEdit

Crhonsu Mordeth Small Image

Crhonsu Mordeth.

A 356-year-old Power Lich and former Iberian attempting to overthrow the world of Diakatan from the Evercold Mountains in southern Primarea, a continent on the planet Diakatan. He is a former student of Vordathco Mordecai, but with his master's withdrawal into the realm of Myrjlon, Mordeth has become merciless and selfish.

The given name, "Crhonus", originally was simply a typo of "Chronus". This was added to Mordeth to create his full name at 4:12AM on 10/8/2018.


Cruelty Ambassador MarithothEdit

A Pit Lord. No other information about him is available at this time.


Cruncher — Azra UnderkufflerEdit

Cruncher MS Sprite

Cruncher

A Human/Stegosaurus/????? Mutate who was created out of a loyal lackey of Dr. BadGuy using DNA obtained by the Dino Squad. He was created to see if combining three different species DNA might stabilize the mutation. It did, but he was still highly mutated. He serves as a muscle to Dr. BadGuy's will, often sent to hunt down runaway Mutates. He is a known rival of the Raccoon.

Cruncher received his true identity name on 11/7/2018.

Cruncher (Urth) — Azra UnderkufflerEdit

A Human/Stegosaurus/????? Mutate who operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many Servant-Slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy.


Crusher — ________________Edit

Character in name only. Yet to be described.


Cunjin ZologgEdit

Orc member of the Bleeding Hollow Clan, who formerly claimed himself as chieftain after Kilrogg Deadeye's death.


Curlinar ____________Edit

Wields a poison kris. Has red hair & wears a blue shirt, brown pants, white gloves & black boots.


Cursed OneEdit

Old character who only has their name remembered. Hope to one day reveal who this character happened to be.


Cyber-EltrutEdit

A cybernetic anthropomorphic turtle. Eltrut is backwards for Turtle, hinting at his Ninja Turtle basis. Not yet reintegrated into modern mythos, but it can easily be assumed that he was a Mutate whom switched sides to HEAT Industries.


Cyber-GhostEdit

A cybernetic apparition. Not yet reintegrated into modern mythos (and now considered a stupid idea, unless it's some form of "ghost in the machine" or "machine spirit"), but it is assumed that it is somehow tied to HEAT Industries due to their many advanced enhancements, including extreme cybernetics.


Cyber-JawEdit

A cybernetically-enhanced Jaw.


Cyber-SunEdit

A cybernetic being apparently comprised of a micro star. Not yet reintegrated into modern mythos (and currently unknown how it would function and whether or not it would be a "robot powered by a micro star" or some sort of "mobile dyson sphere powered by some VI or SI"), but it is assumed that it is somehow tied to HEAT Industries due to their many advanced enhancements, including extreme cybernetics.


CybornEdit

One of HEAT Industries success stories, Cyborn is a massively-enhanced cyborg. To better himself as a warrior, he had all his flesh and organs removed entirely except for his brain and eyes. Left only as a skeleton, his porous bones had the holes throughout them filled with liquid metal, greatly strengthening them. Extremities such as his shoulder blades were given a very sharp edge to them, turning much of his body into a living blade. As he was now simply a skeleton even if a highly-advanced on, he was unable to move his form, and therefore mechanical joints were added where real joints would have regularly occurred to facilitate movement at a moment's thought. His brain is fed precious nutrients through a specialized retainment system. His eyes have also been given very durable, plexiglas-like transparent shields to protect them from harm. Special ocular implants within allow him to switch between ultraviolet, thermal imaging, night vision, echo-based locating and more typical vision on the fly.


Cyb-o-tronEdit

A cybernetic fungal being. Not yet reintegrated into modern mythos, but it is assumed that it is somehow tied to HEAT Industries due to their many advanced enhancements, including extreme cybernetics.


CyclopsEdit

Character drawn but never formally described. Member of the Night-Nukers, a benevolent group.


Cycrab — SeikrabhEdit

The Kravvyn de facto leader of the Crux Space Piracy. He is believed to be the only Kravvyn in the Kyklos Galaxy, though the sheer size of it makes this estimate impossible to know for sure.


Cy-EyeEdit

An Ailodon who has been completely converted with cybernetic enhancements.


CygnusEdit

One of the Centro sages. Killed by Vuul'huukos to stop him and the other sages from aiding the Five Heroes.


Cyril AttaraxEdit

Character in name only. Not yet described.


CytrusEdit

An anthropomorphic orange who is heavily covered cybernetic enhancements. He is a member of the Fruit Gone Bad. Presumably created through the use of Lifebombs. Cybernetics may indicate a connection to HEAT Industries.


Czera _____________________Edit

Character in name only. Not yet described.

DEdit

D-RockEdit

Wrestlevania character.


Daddy Long LegsEdit

Old character based off of a harvestman.


Daedalus (Muffin)Edit

Male character based off of an old oekaki pal known both as Daedalus and Muffin666. Though character is fully described, this info is on a different comp, and I chose not to write it again until I obtain that to keep from retconning myself accidentally.


Dagoan _____________Edit

Character in name only (as I recall). Therefore, not yet described.


Dalkhan ____________Edit

Character in name only. Not yet described.


DangerousoneEdit

Former member of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition II.


Danielle ModestaEdit

Human female pirate. Created as my avatar in some pirate-themed Facebook game that I just never got around to play.


Danonanon — Jimmy CorsonEdit

A 30-year-old Human anomaly. He appears to have been fused impartially with a demon, and while his left side still looks Human, his right side has a large leg and arm (both tridactyl and with huge claws) and a horn growing out of his hairless scalp. His right side's eye also looks reptilian. The transformation has left him deranged.


Danth SteadyshotEdit

Dwarf male hunter and sower of terror of Mechanical Lobster Coalition II.


Dari CantonEdit

Diakatanian Human character.


Dark ForteEdit

Simply a "recolored" Forte/Bass sprite (in reality, an edited Mega Man 8-bit sprite edited to be Forte, with alternate colors). He was my second online avatar, used for my Megaman Comics under its original intended purpose as a weekly webcomic.


Dark NemesisEdit

Character by name only—yet to be described (as far as I recall at the moment).


Darth BubonisEdit

Star Wars character.


Darth HavokkEdit

Star Wars character.


Darth NeglekkEdit

Star Wars character.


Darth SithyllusEdit

Star Wars character. Pure Blooded Sith.


Darvis DemalierEdit

Former hunter of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition I and eventual Forsaken led by Charity to gain retribution on Noirren Melosus. Even in undeath he is followed loyally by his pet bear, Harbinger. It seems likely that he may be related in some way to Justine Demalier, the Stormwind Recruiter in Stormwind's Trade District.


Date ManEdit

Character created simply for a drawing when a friend's girlfriend was annoyed at him for not being around for their apparently-planned date.


DauberEdit

Megaman Tempo character. A NeoHunter operating out of The Lodge. Unlike many other Reploids seen, he is an older model—a Throwback—who has been upgraded with a more advanced head and CPU processor. He is based off of a mud dauber.


Dead BoltEdit

Robot. No further information currently available.


Deadeye ChalazodesEdit

Megaman Tempo character. He is designed after a Chalazodes bubble-nest frog (raorchestes chalazodes).


DeathbatEdit

A member of Spontus' Mutants. Originally a Future Spawn toy from the Spawn line.


DecrescentEdit

Character in name only, as far as is currently known.


Defnin LoudmouthEdit

Warcraft character. Orc member of the Warsong Clan. When Grommash Hellscream was killed, Defnin proclaimed he should become chieftain of the clan, but was soundly beaten by another. Name appears to be a play on "deafening loudmouth".


Deforest TermightEdit

Megaman Tempo character. He is designed after a termite.


Deform: Reynold DeponijiaEdit

Deform Monster Space

Dr. BadGuy's very first Mutate. He was a simple homeless man whom Dr. BadGuy kidnapped coaxed into his laboratory that had just lost its funding and then tricked into a chair where he could be altered. Unlike later Mutates, his DNA was altered at random to see what could be done, causing his cells to become "unstably stable"; now he is able to "evolve" after being defeated, in a similar manner to William Birkin in Resident Evil (however it was actually inspired by Tad's updated picture of Deform, which unfortunately he wouldn't give me and simply seemed to have thrown away). The mutation caused him to become insane, but after some time he realized he could not be accepted amongst society and pledged his allegiance to Dr. BadGuy's way.

Deform (Urth)Edit

Dr. BadGuy's first Mutate who operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many Servant-Slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy. He is one of the mad Emperor's highest-ranked servants.


Deino (Rồng Liễu Chien)Edit

A Human-Deinonychus Mutate created out of a Vietnamese mercenary. He was Dr. BadGuy's first official Mutate, created using DNA the doctor obtained from a paleontologist friend of his he was talking to who stepped out of the room for a few minutes, giving the doctor who would soon become Dr. BadGuy the time he needed to scrape as much DNA off of some fossils as he could. After his mutation was partially completed, he would officially pledge his allegiance to the doctor. He now serves as the Doctor's main assassin.

Deino (Urth)Edit

A Human-Deinonychus Mutate who operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many Servant-Slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy.


DekoiEdit

Megaman Tempo character.


Delates SkyshadowEdit

Warcraft character. Female Kal'dorei Hunter of little renown. She was slain during the Shattering when Rut'theran Village was decimated. She was knocked unconscious by a collapsing tower and subsequently drown and washed out some ways into the sea, where her corpse was consumed by a colossal sea thresher. It seems likely that she is related in some way to both Maethor and Ariyell Skyshadow, whom are a poison & reagents vendor and a weapons merchant, respectively.


Deltroid — James ByrdEdit

A 29-year-old Ninja Brawler, and one of the Byrd brothers. He dresses exactly like his brother—shirtless and with an "edged" face mask, but appears to be taller.


DemoEdit

A Fiend sent to destroy Duke Waller as part of a trio, including both Enoch and Ochlo.


Demo 13Edit

Old, previously reoccurring character. Short, stout, one-horned demon. Named as a pun on local Alaskan television channel, KIMO 13.


Demon Snake IEdit

Long Story character. Since he was never a character in my past, he has been retroactively created and now serves as a Diimon summoned by the shaman to curse the safari hunters, specifically thrusting Demon Snake I's essence into Dr. Ezra Cooper Worthington, causing him to transform over a short period of time into Dr. Cobra.


Demon Snake IIEdit

Long Story character. Since he was never a character in my past, he has been retroactively created and now serves as a Diimon brought to Diakatan and merged with a random citizen in Analogue City to form the Merge Mutant 3-Way.


Demon Snake IIIEdit

A serpentine Diimon who possesses a massive gaping maw and a pair of horns adorning his forehead, an armored chest plating with thorns extending out along its sides, a long serpentine tail, a cybernetic mace attachment on his right hand and a left arm that appears to be in mid-explosion. This last arm is capable of grappling foes and surprising them by its amazing malleability and shape-altering design.


Denton SkysmiterEdit

Warcraft character. Human male Forsaken and secret soldier of the Orion's Belt Order.


Despair BubonisEdit

Megaman Tempo character. He is designed after a black rat.


DeuteronomusEdit

Member of the Soldiers of Zion. Capable of UNSPECIFIED. Named after the fifth book of the Bible's Old Testament, Deuteronomy.


DevilsEdit

An old occasionally recurring character.


Dhast VheruliEdit

Four Paths character. A kleptomaniac priest.


Diamond EyeEdit

An Ailodon who has been genetically (or perhaps cybernetically) enhanced so as to have a sharply-pointed eye, giving him a diamond-shaped form.


Di'antEdit

Warcraft character. Renegade Death Knight.


Dicklick EchidnutsEdit

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Mega Man seX character. Reploid maverick fashioned after a long-beaked echidna. Its dual-pronged penis has been built into a double cannon, which fires spiky balls which are fed through like a machine gun shell belt from under his shell. This causes him to appear to have huge spiky testicles to go along with his huge spiky backside. The "Dicklick" part of his name comes from his tongue, which is very long and prehensile—it would be able to wrap around a large dong very easily, like one of those ribbon-twirler girls with the ribbon surrounding her body.


Dig ManEdit

Mega Man Classic character. Robot Master built around a subterranean theme. Weapon is the Digger Drill.


DiloEdit

Chay Chung character.


Dimension SpringbokEdit

Megaman Tempo character. He is designed after a springbok.


DiplocaulusEdit

A Human-Diplocaulus Mutate created using Diplocaulus DNA collected by the Dino Squad.

Diplocaulus (Urth)Edit

A Human-Diplocaulus Mutate who has rebelled against Dr. BadGuy after being converted by the Trilobite, an old friend of his whom he had been ordered to kill, which he could not do. He serves the Rebellious Refugees.


DirbEdit

Character drawn once as a member of Hi-Brids.


Dislexic EyeEdit

An Ailodon Aigei whose genetic remapping proved to be a failure, and his body is now all "wiggly" and stretched because of it, making him an awkward individual. His name was originally misspelled as "Dislexit Eye".


Divebomb HarpyEdit

Megaman Tempo character. She is designed after a harpy.


DiverEdit

A Human/Diving Beetle Mutate created by adding Human DNA into a Diving Beetle, a reverse of the typical style Dr. BadGuy typically will take, done as an experiment to better understand the mutation effects of the neogenetic processes.

Diver (Urth)Edit

A Human/Diving Beetle Mutate who operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many Servant-Slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy.


DjochekEdit

Character in name only.


Dobri TsarevichEdit

Wrestlevania character.


DockettEdit

Gang leader.


Doctor Adelaide KakinskiEdit

Megaman Tempo character. A red-headed Human marine biologist who worked within the Oceanic Laboratory alongside <Shock> Seabeast. When Seabeast went Maverick, he took Dr. Kakinski hostage, though she was eventually freed. She stayed with her savior until it was safe to return to work.


Doctor Albert W. FlylyEdit

Dr. Flyly is simply Dr. Wily bathed in the Gene Reorganizer Ray. He still wears the same clothing, though they have become somewhat tattered in the process of his transformation, and while technically has the same personality, his transformation into an anthromorphic housefly has left him unable to speak. Instead, he simply rotates his head frantically and makes buzzing sounds, occasionally flapping his proboscis around. He is primarily associated with Dr. Crowbotnik as the two have worked together before and the two utilize similar battle strategies and are the only doctors in the group of villains that have banded together since the transmogrification process, which include (but not necessarily limited to) King Mauser Soupa, M. Bison, Red Spleen, Pyramid Bread and Lord Bearok.


Doctor ClockEdit

An anthropomorphic clock who was a member of a strange, anthropomorphic platoon consisting of, amongst others, Richard Rabbit, Borde, and Bill Board. During the war, he served as a field medic, and attempted to treat Borde's boredom condition without success. After the war they remained allies, and started to battle the evil forces of Snog together.


Doctor CrazypantsEdit

Character created as commissioned work for a 10-year-old girl.


Doctor DeathEdit

Evil Ailodon Aigei genetic scientist.


Doctor Ivo CrowbotnikEdit

Dr. Crowbotnik is simply Dr. Robotnik bathed in the Gene Reorganizer Ray. He still wears the same clothing and has the same personality but is now an anthromorphic common crow. Unlike his partners-in-crime, Dr. Flyly, King Mauser Soupa, M. Bison, Red Spleen and the others, Crowbotnik is greatly affected by his new form, due to his hatred of the Mobian animals that have so many times ruined his plans; however, his new "crow form" has allowed him to use it to his advantage also, in that he has developed a kinship with various Mobian birds, leading to him successfully manipulating them into serving the new Crowbotnik Empire. Crowbotnik is notable for cawing when aggravated.


Doctor Dragon — Xao KlishEdit

Real Name: Xao Klish
First appearance: Legion of Super-Villains #1 (June 2003)
Now a Legionnaires, Doctor Dragon uses his super powers to defeat his first group affiliation, The Legion of Super-Villains. Once, he was married to Arch-Jugger-ine. Now Arch-Jugger-ine is gone. Colossus, Apocalypse, Juggernaut II and Double Trunk are just some others mutants gone.
DC Q&A: Who's Xao Klish's evil twin sister? Rachel Ranzz, well known as The Sniper.


Doctor QuaylanaEdit

A Leaping Pricecutter that serves aboard the Wygonakan Glaresis-001, under the omnipotent Admiral-Courier Feroc Orico. Though he serves a minor purpose as the ship's psychologist, he occasionally beams down with the away team whenever necessary. He is an expert mediator and is very useful in potentially hostile negotiations.


Doctor TarantulaEdit

Dr. Tarantula MS Sprite

An old supervillain with six arms.

In my modern (2013-present) timeline, he has been transformed into the Arachnidan de facto leader of the Spider Cult, a cult on the planet Diakatan based in the Loren Forest, where they worship the great spider goddess of nature, Vörk. Here, allied with the Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii vizier Atonikos have begun a plan to envelop the world in gossamer and spread the cult's message to every corner of the globe—despite the fact that Vörk is in fact a benevolent deity. The party—Rehan Goto, Chawan Donburi, Serenity Krueger, Raccoon, Dire Panther, Ume Skysetter, and Erune Forthcaller, as well as possibly a few others—were forced to do battle with Dr. Tarantula who had hoped to sacrifice them to the spider pit, only to find himself defeated and plummeting into the seemingly bottomless pit below.

Though expected to be dead, an emaciated Arachnidan encountered the group during the later stages of the Wrestlevania tournament, looking to consume them. It is ultimately hinted at him being what remains of Dr. Tarantula after his fall, having nearly starved to death and now feral with hunger.


Doctor WilyghtEdit

Mega Somarinoa character. A member of the Empire of Enigma, serving as one of the empire's main scientists. He is the lead designer of the Reaperbots that now terrorize the planet Tetron. His name is pronounced to rhyme with the word "twilight" and is a combination of the names Wily and Light, as he is a reference to both doctors from the original Mega Man series.


DogfaceEdit

Character whose origins have become nebulous with time.


DogfightEdit

Originally a "Star Wars Pilot" toy from the Star Wars line.


DominoEdit

Appears to be of a ladybug-like organism.


Donald ReaganEdit

Male, age 37. Obviously named as a pun off of former US president Ronald Reagan.


Doodoo DookievichEdit

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Shitson! character.


Doom MantaEdit

A super villain. Created from powder marks on 11/5/2018 at 10:55pm.


DoomerEdit

A tridactyl Diimon who can fling his sharp, poisonous nails for a long ranged and deadly attack. These nails grow back quickly, causing him to be able to use the technique quite often. Original design inspired by a drawing by Gus Engle, while his name seems to be inspired by the DooM games.


Doomsday KomodoseEdit

Megaman Tempo character. He is designed after a komodo dragon.


Double GeminiEdit

Megaman Tempo character.


Double TrunkEdit

Mutant super villain who disappeared. Likely murdered by Dr. Dragon.


Doubletake GoliathanEdit

Megaman Tempo character. He is designed after a goliath beetle.


Douse PalouseEdit

Megaman Tempo character. He is designed after a giant palouse earthworm (driloleirus americanus).


Dragonwatch KaraEdit

Warcraft character.


Draidel ManEdit

Mega Man Classic character. A rejected prototypical design for Top Man. He was built in the theme of a draidel, a Jewish top. He would have been powerful, but his gyroscope refused to function properly and he constantly would fall over, injuring himself. He is from my The Wily Rejects 1 fangame.


Dreadnought CoelacannonEdit

Megaman Tempo character. He is designed after a West Indian Ocean coelacanth (latimeria chalumnae).


DreganEdit

Human male air pirate. Serves as a crewmember aboard the Turlis.


DrillerEdit

A reptilianoid supervillain who uses large drills on his head, the tip of his tail, and replacing his hands and feet. He has a red-hued, goblinoid appearance.


DroneEdit

A character in name only, though certainly designed after a hornet. Later transformed into Drone II, a cyborg.


Drone IIEdit

A cybernetic hornet.


DrugbustEdit

An anthropomorphic drug store beetle with a cybernetic drill for a hand.


DuckoEdit

A semi-anthropomorphic duck notable for his surprisingly sharp teeth and constant wearing of a "Rambo bandana". He carries a sub-machine gun. Member of the Night-Nukers, a benevolent group.


Duke WallerEdit

Duke Waller Small Image

Duke Waller.

Young Loranche captain of the Divine Errant of Taius. He is a distinguished fighter, performing with a cool and calm demeanor in the heat of battle—he is said to remain undefeated. Even so, he drinks large quantities of alcohol during celebrations, during which he often makes a total ass of himself. Despite that his name is Aaron Waller, this name is known to few, and not even to those of his own Errant. However, it is rumored that he has actually forgotten his real name as well, having lost it along with his past during the course of a massive conflict in which he suffered a severe blow to the head, believed to have rendered him amnesic. Even so, he refuses to confirm or deny this theory.


Dumb BellEdit

Robot.


DuoplegsEdit

Character in name only.


DuskEdit

Superhero of Japanese origin. Originally human, he was transformed into an intelligent shadow during the atomic bomb drop over Nagasaki. Despite this, he does not hold America responsible and instead uses his newfound powers for good. He works directly with Zand, The Encoder and the Kyisziqan ambassador-scout Xezyx.

Dusk (Alternate)Edit

Superhero of Japanese origin, existing within an alternate dimension. He works directly with Alternate Zand, The Encoder and formerly, the Kyisziqan ambassador-scout Alternate Xezyx.


Duskaku of the NetherwingEdit

Warcraft character. Netherwing Dragon male.


DuskwalkerEdit

Crozo Duskwalker Spore 2

Duskwalker

Crozo Nightlord who disguises himself as a normal, baggy-clothed nomad in Stohik's encampment on Omess. He was present when the local krakkuses began to suddenly band together to take down sapient prey in settlements and witnessed the rising of The Great Threat, a larval Cthalon that had been secretly inciting the creatures in an attempt to stir chaos. Seeing the tentacles of the Cthalon attacking the settlement he forwent disguising his true existence and revealed himself as a powerful Nightlord, and alerted other Ancient races to the being's existence. Unlike the other species who sent a delegate to watch the battle unfold, Duskwalker actually took part in the battle, wishing to protect his home and those whom he considered his friends.


Dynamo FleaEdit

City of Heroes character. Member of Aggressive Household Appliances.


DytiscusEdit

Large insect character. His origins are not well understood, with some individuals believing him to be a simple mutation or evolutionary step, while others believe him to be an alien, a demon, or even the son of Mutate Diver. Based off of the larval stage of the Dytiscus genus of diving beetles.

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Earthworm GaryEdit

Earthworm Gary Monster Space Sprite

Earthworm Gary

Random Earthworm Jim fan character. Like Jim, he is a hero.


EarwigEdit

An insect character, known for wearing boxing gloves on his forelimbs.


EcclesiastesEdit

Member of the Soldiers of Zion. Capable of _____. Named after the twenty-first book of the Bible's Old Testament, Ecclesiastes.


EdamEdit

Intelligent cheese.


EksilEdit

Banished Slillex, who lives in a giant shell on ________ Beach. His banishment was due to his lack of hatred towards land dwellers, and as a necessity of life he remains neutral to all, not only including land dwellers but even other Slillex, despite his banishment.


Elaine von CooperEdit

Elaine von Cooper MS Sprite

Countess Elaine von Cooper.

Human Vampiress. Considered personally as one of the stupidest names I've come up with.

ElectronEdit

Character based off of an object from an unspecified catalog. Possible precursor to Orbs.


ElectronikaEdit

Temproid NeoHunter who works alongside Tempo and Phono.


ElektraEdit

Character in name only. No info added yet.


IlmaEdit

Grand Zharkulan female bounty tracker, aids Blaster and his allies in collecting bounties.


Elmeras, the Bug QueenEdit

A poor lady who naturally exudes pheromones that attracts all makes and 'models' of insects, which see her as their queen, and serve to protect her with their own bodies, normally covering her near-completely with their own bodies, and willingly forming weaponry when they feel she is threatened. The thing is, however, that Elmeras is actually deathly afraid of insects and very much does not want this to be occurring, and only wishes to get away from the arthropod swarms, and spends fights screaming as the bugs fight "for her".


Eloise the DruidEdit

Eloise Platform Sprite

Eloise the Druid.

A Human teenager who wears dark eye shadow and mascara and dyes her hair blue, pulling it up into two spheres of hair at the upper back of the head. When down, her hair forms into ringlets. She studies druidism, and has some sort of romantic connection to Thor, even though she has a boyfriend. Based on a character from a dream I had in the morning of May 17th, 2010.


Elyssia AzuregazeEdit

Perenus &amp; Elyssia

Elyssia and her lover, Perenus.

Sindorei female exiled Dalaran Mage and former lover of Perenus Darkmoore during their years studying at the academy of Dalaran. Before the Third War, Elyssia had become pregnant with Perenus' child, but he was killed while trying to defend the city against the death knight Arthas Menethil before she could tell him. Later, when the Sunwell fell - also to Arthas - Elyssia succumbed to magic withdrawal and transformed into a blood elf, as did her half-elf son. Following Prince Kael'thas into Outland, she forwent her mage training and took up thievery to support her and her son, becoming a pickpocket and rogue. She and her son managed to control their magical addictions to some extent, however, enough to allow them to keep from falling to Wretchedness long enough for the Sunwell to be restored. With its return, she has become torn between the idea of uniting the High Elf and Blood Elf people once more or the concept of remaining separated from them. She also heard of the plight of the Crimson Fang Clan and that Perenus had corrupted it and later been exiled to parts unknown. She now hopes to seek him out.


EnochEdit

A Harrier Demon sent to destroy Duke Waller as part of a trio, alongside Demo and Ochlo.


EntarggEdit

Cyclopean warlord.


Eon StormEdit

Orc-Human Death Knight and Chieftain of the Bleeding Heart Tribe.


EphesianEdit

Member of the Soldiers of Zion. Capable of _____. Named after the tenth book of the Bible's New Testament, Ephesians.


Epzoter (Eirool)Edit

Saiyan serving as one of Lord Laiyas' elites, alongside Kale, Kress and Vacato. Appeared in Dragon Ball R.


Errig VaaeEdit

Adventure Quest Worlds character.


Erune ForthcallerEdit

Erune Platform Sprite

Platform-genre sprite of Erune.

High Elf summoner. Joins in a party of heroes including Rehan Goto and Chawan Donburi.


Escrow TomEdit

Bladderback character. He is a former hero who is going through a divorce and is so distraught is unable to properly bring himself to battle the nasty force of evil anymore. He is seriously overweight and has a neck that appears to be (and given his existence as a Bladderback character, most certainly is) in actuality a scrotum. His name is a play on words, intended to mean "a scrotum".


Essex GomEdit

Character in name only. Named after two words on two close-together papers in a stack.


EveEdit

Megaman Tempo character.


Evlos SanofidesEdit

Character in name only. Named after two words on two close-together papers in a stack.


ExodusEdit

Member of the Soldiers of Zion. Capable of _____. Named after the second book of the Bible's Old Testament, Exodus.


EyeglazezEdit

A pair of glasses who gained sapience when struck with the shockwave of a detonated Life Bomb. He wanders around lazily looking for faces to nibble on.

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Faido HouleinEdit

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Faido.

Azothan Human Worgen. Born to the nation of Gilneas, Faido was locked within its borders when his king, Genn Greymane, erected the Greymane Wall. A Harvest Witch, he was there when the feral Worgen began to attack Gilneas City, and helped in the evacuation, only to become infected and transformed into a Worgen, himself. After months as a feral beast, he was captured and saved by injections from his King. He served his king well, although failed to realize that Greymane himself was a Worgen, too. Soon he participated in the battle for Gilneas City, and witnessed the death of Prince Liam Greymane, who sacrificed himself to save his father. Faido offered his deep condolences to his king and worked to clear a place to bury the prince. Soon he found himself working alongside the Night Elves against an army of Orcs, operating a Glaive Thrower. While he slew many Horde that day, his Glaive Thrower was damaged and he was nearly killed. Gravely wounded, he boarded a ship heading to Darnassus and did not particiapte in the destruction of the Horde fleet, though it pained him not to. He now serves the Grand Alliance, though his allegiance really lies with Genn Greymane himself and the nation of Gilneas, as well as towards the Night Elves who had come and helped his people in their greatest hour of need. Warcraft character.


FangEdit

Mortal Kombat Kombatant.


FangamanderEdit

Fangamander Concept

A Fangamander.

Fangamander Adult Male MS Sprite

A modern male.

Fangamander Adult Female MS Sprite

A modern female.

Large salamander-like creature with saber tooth fangs. In the modern iteration of my mythos, the Fangamander has been converted into an entire species of massive, carnivorous, salamander-like amphibianoids. They now have bony plates covering sections of their bodies, with head crests that feature sexual dimorphism. Females are the hardier of the two genders, with spiny plates and a heavier head crest. Both are now considered to be extremely dangerous to unwary travelers.


Fartham SmellyfootiniEdit

Azothan Human male. Born in the nation of Duskwood alongside his brother Pukerheim and his sister Burpina, Fartham is, like the rest of his family, an ignorant and unsuccessful thief. Warcraft character.


FauxEdit

Member of the Crux Space Pirates. Formerly named Fox.


Fayelin SputtersteamEdit

Gnome female warrior. Warcraft character.


Felicity WhiteEdit

A 22-year old college student who was coming home for a visit at the time of the Raccoon City zombie outbreak. Her entire family was slain as a result of the outbreak, and of everyone she knew and cared for, only herself and her brother's close friend Lucrecia Callahan survived. Traumatized but forced into continuing on due to the very real threat of being eaten alive, she regained her nerves as much as possible and proceeded through the city in an attempt to find a way out. Eventually she becomes stalked by an escaped serial killer, Jared Pennington III. However she avoided him successfully, only to eventually end up entering his family estate and using his family's airstrip to escape the city before the bomb went off. Resident Evil character.


Femibug (Identity Unknown)Edit

A Human-Ladybug Mutate. Notable for being a female.


Fernlace FeatherwingEdit

Kal'dorei female druid of the wild. Warcraft character.


Five Finger ViscountEdit

Supervillain whose head is a giant fist.


Flint LockeEdit

Ki Agent of the Organization.


Flint RembrandtEdit

Silent Hill character. Detective Flint Rembrandt is a police detective working in homicide division. He has been chasing Shawn Roback down for months now, believing that he had killed his wife in cold blood (even though her body has never been located). When Shawn suddenly up and leaves town Detective Rembrandt sees it as his trying to flee the scene and escape—with this thought driven deep into him by his semi-paranoid mind he takes off after Roback to keep tabs on him. Unfortunately for him, Roback happens to be heading for Silent Hill and he soon loses sight of Roback in the dense fog of the area. He is not beyond realizing that both Billy Steve and The Scavenger are also criminals, as well. A Flesh Mimic uses him as its disguise and is encountered by Shawn, where it suddenly frightens him by transforming itself mid-sentence into Long Arm of the Law.


FrigitEdit

Dragon Ball R character. A general in Hypotherm's Saiyan Extermination Squads. She is her father's favorite child. When it comes to combating and killing foes, she is playful, and may not fully comprehend what death means.


FuscusEdit

A beetle allied with the insect rebellion.

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Garrucha "Mouse" DerringerEdit

Lightning Agent of the Organization. Good friend of Sass.

Gaston XenakisEdit

Character currently in name only.

GelidEdit

Ice Assassin hired and trained by the Oragnization to replace Magnum Punch-16, who was killed by Pellet "Killer" Eihrsoffte and Zuipah "Sass" Sokkeur during their defection.

GerrymanderEdit

Character currently in name only.

Ghost CrabEdit

A human supervillain who is enhanced by way of advanced head gear. His left hand is equipped with a heavily armored gauntlet with a pincer instead of fingers at its end. He is a known adversary of the Seaside Shore Gang. His outfit consists of his large headgear that also covers his shoulders and his back, a large pincer-gauntlet on his left hand, a white and gray suit and the remnants of a light tan, tattered cloak peaking out from his headgear.

His suit is thought to be powered by the souls of the dead, and the more souls he has taken in to fuel his suit, the stronger he is. Other powers of his include a cloaking device; the ability to change the color of his suit on the fly, which alters the suit's primary capabilities.

Developed out of a powder mark on my floor. Originally named "Doom Manta", it was later decided it looked more like a ghost crab, which was acceptable as this also meant he could fight the Seaside Shore Gang without a conflict in naming conventions (considering the gang has a character named Manta Ray.

Gilder SputtertiltEdit

Warcraft character. Gnomish Dalaran mage.

Gratul LamefootEdit

Warcraft character. Orcish chief advisor of the Crimson Fang Clan under Grihm Bloodtusk. Known for his battered foot that forces him to use a crutch to move around.

Gree'dralEdit

Warcraft character. Member of the Amal'Gam Society.

GregorEdit

Warcraft character. Former mage of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition from its first iteration. Now serves under Charity Lovejoy as she attempts to get revenge for them on their former ship captain, Noirren Melosus.

GromgulEdit

Warcraft character. Former Warsong Clan general.

GrunjEdit

Warcraft character. Goblin hunter.

Gryndr NuubdasherEdit

Warcraft character. Gnomish former Gnomeregan hero.

Guer'fran the ConquererEdit

Warcraft character. High Elven unsung hero of the Alliance.

GuldonEdit

Warcraft character. Orc Warlock.

GunkatanEdit

A member of the superhero team based in Anchorage, Alaska: the A Street Brigade, alongside Needleball, Professor Sparkle, Subwoofer, The Southern Dynamo, and Vibestress. He is a master of gunkata. His secret identity is Samuel Sease. Based on a single image of my current friend group when I spent all my time at the A Street Event Hall.

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HadessEdit

Centro member of the Five Heroes. Now serves Sal'jaedon directly as the new god of darkness and death.


Hakakoka LeatherstrapEdit

Warcraft character. Orc female shaman.


HallucigenEdit

Hallucigen (Mutate) MS Sprite

Hallucigen.

One of Dr. BadGuy's Mutates.

Hallucigen (Urth)Edit

One of the Mutates who operates under Grand Emperor BadGuy as one of his many Servant-Slaves. He works to hunt down the numerous rebellious refugees who refuse to serve the mutated Dr. BadGuy.


HalonthEdit

Mega Somarinoa character. Reaperbot design of the Empire of Enigma, serving as a Reaper General. Halonth possesses a six-winged halo design that battles by being capable of speeding up anything that passes through its ring, thereby turning it into a projectile.


HammerheadEdit

Human-Hammerhead Shark Mutate. Serves as the muscle behind the Seaside Shore Gang. Utilizes Land Armor to properly move about on land, as he possesses gills instead of properly-adapted lungs and a caudal fin instead of feet.


HammerpawEdit

Warcraft character. Tauren male druid.


Hannah WallaceEdit

Character based on an old friend.


HarbingerEdit

Warcraft character. Darvis' pet bear.


Hard BallEdit

A semi-anthropomorphic coconut whose limbs appear to be long tentacles. He is a member of the Fruit Gone Bad.


HarkusEdit

Heroes of Might & Magic character. Silverwing griffin male. Made in Heroes II as a 20 stack.


HarleyEdit

Robot that transforms from a Harley-Davidson motorcycle into an evil robot. Works for Snog.


Harley the DuckEdit

Sonic the Hedgehog character.


HarlotterEdit

Character currently in name only.


HarvestmanEdit

Character apparently in name only.


HaughoEdit

Warcraft character. Dwarf Hunter.


HavenEdit

Character apparently in name only.


He-Who-Bring-PeaceEdit

Elder Scrolls character (specifically for The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind). Argonian.


HeilocopterEdit

Bladderback villain. A former Nazi serviceman who fled to America and hid out in Bharphburg after the war. When the mutations occurred, the Nazi who would become known as Heilocopter regained his youth but also had his arms relocated, now growing out of his chest alongside two new arms in a helicopter blade-like position. He has formed an alliance with Fu Man Chew.


HeliosEdit

Wrestlevania character.


Helmet-Head EyeEdit

An Ailodon Aigei who wears a strong metal helmet to protect himself in the ongoing war between the Aigeis and the Ailydatrons. This helmet greatly diminishes his ability to look around, however. He wears a pair of fingerless gloves, as well, superficially giving him a sort of "G.I. Joe biker" look.


Hentai Hec(tor)Edit

Male, based on a former oekaki board friend.


Henry DirsordEdit

Name created from two different "shadow words" written on a page, being the only two words on an otherwise completely wasted piece of paper.


HereticEdit

An Anterian bounty hunter who possesses and often utilizes an organic chargeable hand cannon. He has been known to be hired by Spontus' Mutants, although he holds no official affiliation to them and was simply operating as a sort of 'mercenary-for-hire'. Originally an Antic Anteater figure from the Battle Beasts line; his name originates from the design of his clawed hand and its resemblance to a weapon in Heretic that its attack style was entirely based off of.


High Sorceress Queen ZoeyEdit

Current Kraven queen. So obese she cannot walk and must be carried about on a palanquin by her four strongest warriors, including her champion, Znoshu.


HikeebaEdit

Character in name only.


Hillary the ModelEdit

Dream character.


HinakoEdit

Character in name only.


HirojoEdit

Character in name only.


HitosEdit

Character in name only.


HogmanEdit

A Mohm bounty hunter. Needs renaming. Happens to be the origin of the entire Mohm species.


HokapiEdit

Character currently in name only.


HoldaEdit

Dragon Ball R character. A lithe female Smokian serving under General Segar. She is somewhat stuck up in personality, thinking she's better than most everyone else, though she does respect her superiors. Even in combat she wears dresses, though they are certainly armored as she is not exactly stupid. She is however willing to sleep her way to the top, and often can be seen flirting with the general in an attempt at getting an easy promotion; so far, however, Segar has ignored or rebuffed her efforts. Named after a cigarette holder.


Holly Jo TwyztddEdit

Wrestlevania character.


HolojiroEdit

Megaman Tempo character. A hologram of Dr. Kojiro Peppa which issues forth from various upgrade pods discovered by Tempo. It appears to possess a powerful A.I. to allow it to understand current events and respond in real time. It also appears to be benevolent and very helpful to Tempo. In truth, however, it is actually a projection issued forth from Pepper Man, the giant cybernetic remains of the original, still-malevolent Dr. Kojiro Peppa, who is trying to manipulate Tempo into inadvertently giving his body to Peppa to use as a new, ultimate body to rule the world with. When Pepper Man is eventually destroyed, Holojiro is subsequently destroyed as well.


Hopper the FrogEdit

Frog member of the Mikey & Friends.


Hook the HoatzinEdit

Sonic the Hedgehog character.


HoopsEdit

A living basketball who came to life after the Life Bomb attack. Member of General Rabbit's platoon. In Long Story, he is found in Sonna Rainforest along with the others. It is worth noting that I believe he originally had a different name (now lost to time), and this name referred to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle character of the same name, an anthropomorphic, basketball-playing giraffe. However, that giraffe will now receive a new name to differentiate him from the action figure I used as a child.


HordEdit

A supersoldier created by HEAT Industries. He operates using a mask.


Horde PrimeEdit

Warcraft character. Hybridized chimeric gladiator created from Horde Races, used by the Amal'Gam Society.


HornetEdit

Old character. Anthropomorphic hornet.


HorrorshockEdit

A Diimon who emits microwave radiation from his eyes, able to cook anything he stares at.


HortaEdit

Horta Concept

Horta, security enforcer robot.

Robot. In Long Story he is revealed to be the primary security robot for the Human's starbase (currently unnnamed). Later on he and Brax turn against their human masters and start the robot rebellion together, bringing many of the machines across the game to the starbase to form the Solenoid Empire. Horta is fought multiple times aboard the starbase and while they are defeated, they retreat to the derelict UNAS Amadeus. The party follows them there after discovering where they have gone and work to stop them from eradicating Diakatan. Again Horta is fought multiple times across the ship, and is defeated over and over yet still returning for more. When the party reaches Brax, who is uncovered to be the true mastermind behind the Empire's founding, Horta merges with Spritz to increase his battle potential and again try and stop the party. He is defeated when Amadeus is piloted into the local star, but Brax escapes to join forces with other foes later on.


HosedeckEdit

Bladderback character.


Hossa VaradaEdit

Knight of the Divine Errant of Taius known for his major ego complex and being a sexist pig. He believes that he is better than anyone else—God's gift to the planet, perhaps—and does not believe that women should be allowed to fight alongside men, let alone serve in the Errant. He picks on Arrhen the most out of the femme errants because of her despising of men. He is in fact the product of a very abusive family, and he watched his father murder both his mother and sister; converting to his father's way of thinking kept him alive as a child after the events. He has a preference for the longsword.


HovercusEdit

Robot.


HovernEdit

Deceased.


Hown ThosdateEdit

A news reporter from the No More Heroes storyline. He reports to the local populace the state of affairs from day to day and gets wrapped up in the Scarfers event due to his wild obsession with the news. As the world's super heroes fall one by one, he soon makes the grave discovery that he is in fact a Scarfer Hermapharaoh, just as the last hero is consumed. He chooses to, in his last hours of sapient control over his own body, consume the Scarfers, gathering them into one final climactic battle, reporting in live as he does so. He sucks all of the Scarfers into himself, though this ruptures his stomach and he dies in horrible agony, though a hero. His name is a mnemonic for "Hungrily obsessed with news" and "True hero of story, dies at the end".


HrattaEdit

Warcraft character. Draenei male. Paladin.


Hypnosis EyeEdit

An Ailodon Aigei who was genetically altered to have a spiraling pupil that can actually spin, allowing him to put victims into a trance-like state. He also sports a long tail.


HypothermEdit

Dragon Ball R character. Celcian. Powerful member of Frieza's race, who often remains in his Form 2 phase. However when he begins to battle with Ticholla and the Revitalized Z-Fighters, he quickly escalates to his fifth form, where his head is shaped like a trilobite. Eventually absorbs a Dragon Ball into himself and ultimately merges into Zirro to form Absolute Zirro.


Hypsif TeutoEdit

Knight of the Divine Errant of Taius with preference for large warhammers. His many vicious battles have seemed to harden him, and he appears both cold-hearted and ruthless in his actions; although there are some things to suggest that this may not be entirely the case. He still will not think twice about killing an opponent, and will do so with as straight of a face as one can muster during such a procedure, although he is still a trusted member of the Errant. He is notable for his immense arm strength, presumably stemming for his weapon preference and culminating amongst his associates to him being a world-class arm wrestler. He is about as German as one can come to on his planet. His name stems from the words Hypsiphobia (fear of height) and Teutophobia (fear of German or German things).


HyroEdit

Character in name only, though always planned as a primary protagonist.

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Iaki LajudEdit

Iaki Lajud Idle MS Sprite

Iaki Lajud.

Space Marine in the UFCL. Details not yet described.


IceburgEdit

Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. Originally an Iceberg toy from the G.I. Joes line.


Icecube ManEdit

A rejected prototypical design for Ice Man. He was built entirely out of ice, and cannot move or do any sort of damage at all. In fact, he will even slowly melt in room temperature. Fire does near instantaneous death to him. He is from my The Wily Rejects 1 fangame.


ImoTEKEdit

A cyborg mummy. Created on 7/15/2018.


InfinitiEdit

Ship AI of the UNAS Infiniti.


Ingram FlemingEdit

Originally writing his name as "Yngerame Flemyng", Ingram is a young cleric of Scottish descent whose claim to fame was having the luck to stumble upon the fair Bonnie Sinclair the exact moment she was murdered by a hired assassin back in 1363 AD. Having dabbled in the necromantic arts in his youth and accidentally discovering a way to combine necromancy and cleric magicks in just the right way to resurrect someone perfectly in the process, finally figuring out the exact method of doing so earlier that very same afternoon. He hid in the grass and resurrected Bonnie as soon as the assassin had departed, and ultimately became her guardian. During this period of time he found out that she had extremely important information that others wanted to keep secret, and thus an unknown faction continued to send assassins to kill her, leaving Ingram to resurrect her time and again. Through his powers he has kept both himself and her alive and youthful in appearance, allowing them to live into the modern age.

Over the centuries, he has fallen head-over-heels for Bonnie, but unfortunately for him she has not taken notice of his interest. Currently, she is dating a typical buzz-cut wearing, tattoo-sporting musclebound jarhead. However, he knows the two of them hold a secret. He initially believes they are sleeping together behind his back but finds out that this is not the case; instead he finds out that the information is of society-collapsing importance and so he begins to prod and insist upon getting to know this secret as well. Ingram eventually gives in and tells the marine, who immediately goes insane. Created in the dreamstate. He went unnamed in the dream but finally received a name at 7:45 AM on October 9th, 2018.


InsectoddEdit

Robot.


Inuro AkaruEdit

Known as "the Deadly Mantis", Inuro is a member of the Divine Errant of Taius with a preference for scythes, although he will also use sickles. Having been born a farmer in a distant land, he spent his days farming grains - the perfect life for him, as it was how he had grown up. However, a large swarm of insects led to the destruction of their crops and that which did survive was mostly poisoned by their saliva, which led to hundreds of deaths from kidney failure, a direct cause of the poisonous saliva of the locust-like insect swarms. His name stems from the words Albuminurophobia (Fear of kidney disease) and a choicely-Asian mutation of Acarophobia (Fear of itching or of the insects that cause itching).

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JabEdit

A Hammerzhark who has joined the ranks of Spontus to terrorize worlds, letting his violent instincts to get the better of him in a similar manner to the better-known Lord Transpose. His name is a reference to the Street Sharks character.


JacksonEdit

Anthropomorphic lizard. Undecided if he will be revised as a Mutate or as one of the many extraterrestrial races split from the Isk after the Gyllean Project.


________ JacksonEdit

Originally a Lt. Jackson toy from the Jurassic Park line. New definitions undecided upon so far.


Jail EyeEdit

An Ailodon who has bands across his eye. Coincidentally, he is actually a criminal and always is imprisoned.


JambaEdit

Anthropomorphic lizard who can change what he is made out of by touching an object with an uncovered hand. Undecided if he will be revised as a Mutate or as one of the many extraterrestrial races split from the Isk after the Gyllean Project.


JanembaEdit

Janemba 9

Janemba at Level 9.

Darkspear Troll witch doctor. Player character of mine in World of Warcraft.


JanusEdit

Nosgothic Vampire who became mutated and grew two faces. Originally intended as one of the nine new Vampire pillar guardians as the Guardian of States (now ruled over by Silva). He ruled over all other pillar guardians and did not possess a brood of his own.


Jared Pennington Wrightsworth IIIEdit

6'2" tall African-American serial killer who hailed from a rich family living in Raccoon City, who had originally gained their freedom during the slavery days be escaping to the North, where they took the name Pennington after the man who gave his own life so they may escape successfully. The escapees became a family of businessfolk and eventually obtained a fortune. However many years down the line, descendant Jared would slip into sociopathy and ultimately serial rape/murder. He was caught a decade before the Raccoon City Incident and was disowned by his entire family sans his little sister, who still writes to him in secret.

He was 35 at the time of the Raccoon City zombie outbreak, and at the time was interred in Raccoon City Penitentiary as a Death Row Inmate awaiting execution. He was freed by Lucrecia Callahan so that he may have a fighting chance and promised her a debt of gratitude - as such he refused to attack and rape her, though he had made no such promise to her friend Felicity White and so after running across her he pursued her. However, he repaid his debt to Lucrecia by sacrificing himself to save her before he could ever really harm Felicity. Coincidentally, both Lucrecia and Felicity would escape Raccoon City using his family's estate's airstrip. His many years as a serial killer and subsequent inmate has led to a proficiency in blades - specifically knives.

JawEdit

Demonic character.


Jen-RenEdit

Character whose info has currently been forgotten, and details have not yet been rediscovered.


Jer'fang the Blasty Edit

Forest Goblin male shaman.

Jertrana RagefeverEdit

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Jertrana & Mr. Riggs at Level 31.

Orc female hermit & ex-spearwoman. She is considered the Commander of the Hunt amongst the Crimson Fang Clan, although she is not officially a member. This is due to her being the mother of the clan's chieftain, who believes in the teachings of Thrall, son of Durotan. Her beloved pet is Mr. Riggs, an enormous Surf Crawler.


Jessica HuffmanEdit

They Rise character.


Jessy ____Edit

Reluctant Survival

Jessy and Thor.

Female Half-Zombie member of Zombie Squad. Has an infatuation with Thor.


JeticusEdit

Robot.


JewelEdit

Intelligent, giant glowworm. New, revised information not yet decided upon.


JibEdit

Orc peon. Served the Blackrock Clan during the Second War and participated in the Horde's taking of Caer Darrow.


Jifflylube ____Edit

Night Elf male former member of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition II. Along with Akire, chose to betray Pocketknight and destroy the Coalition from under him. He felt bad about the sway Akire had over him afterwards, but continued after her, an obvious slave to desire.


JigsawEdit

Jigsaw Monster Space Sprite

Jigsaw

A Human villain who wore a helmet with a working chainsaw-like blade on its leading edge as well as a "jigsaw" weapon - a wrist-mounted weapon seemingly built out of a tattoo gun, which he uses to rapidly stab foes while punching at them.


Jligon TurroEdit

Character by name only. Definition not yet decided upon.


Jorda BronzehammerEdit

Dwarf paladin of the Order of the Silver Hand.


Jubei UmewanjiEdit

Jubei Platform Sprite

Platform-genre sprite of Jubei.

A ronin samurai who allied with a group known as the Out-TimersShichirin, Teppo, Ume Skysetter, Tina Kinnouteki and Okuribi. He was known for wearing a large hat that obscured the upper portion of his face, as well as his near-constant silence. One time he notably spoke was when Shichirin hugged Teppo's AK-47 and caused it to fire, shooting Jubei in the foot and causing him to scream obscenities for a week straight, until they arrived in the local High Elf city.


Jukaillie SenahEdit

Character currently in name only.


JunoEdit

A Gold Dragon.


Jupiter StuffEdit

Malevolent being from Jupiter. Based on a Jupiter Stuff from an unspecified catalog. Not quite sure how to reintegrate it into my modern mythos.


JuunigouEdit

Juunigou Platform Sprite

Platform-genre sprite of Juunigou.

An android built by ________, which is intended to defeat and subsequently replace Thor Steinbach, alongside another 19 Androids, in an attempt to overtake the planet.

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KaggEdit

Warcraft character. Son of Lokruk.


KakkorrEdit

A Daemon Prince.


Kalathas BloodriverEdit

Warcraft character. Sindorei blood knight and member of the Bloodriver Bandits.


Kane the CatEdit

Black cat member of the Mikey & Friends. He is the son of Midnite the Cat.


KhoriandrEdit

Warcraft character. Sindorei hunter.


King FramptonEdit

Character currently in name only.


King Mauser SoupaEdit

King Soupa (more commonly referred to as "King Mauser" in this iteration as he considers it "a much more intimidating name") is simply King Bowser Koopa after he was bathed in the Gene Reorganizer Ray. Unlike many of the others, however, Soupa was not transformed into anything organic but was instead altered to be a "hybridization" of a Mauser HSc and a can of soup. This has caused his personality to skyrocket into further aggression as he now runs around half-cocked. His head is that of a pistol while his shell resembles an unlabeled tin can. He can notably either fire bullets from his face or breathe scalding soup instead. He is not really aligned with any of the other transmogrified villains who have joined forces on any sort of significant level, and seems to just be entirely using them to get his own goals accomplished.


King MikaEdit

King of the Drow and the father of Prince Azrael. Captured by the Dwarves alongside the Night Goblin and "Wormkin". During the rescue attempt, King Mika is killed.


KiteljaiEdit

Warcraft character. Gnomish pawn of the Legion.


KittanaEdit

Warcraft character. Gnomish pawn of the Legion.


KymmuuniisEdit

Warcraft character. Draenei priestess.


KyondaiEdit

Character in name only. Paired with Zilato and Xylao in document the name originally appears in.

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Lady SathriahEdit

Warcraft character. High Elven current leader of the Amal'Gam Society.


Lady TalashiaEdit

Warcraft character. Naga consort of Vrelesk.


LancasterEdit

Warcraft character. Former Stormwind soldier resurrected as undead.


Lansis StargazerEdit

Warcraft character. Human founder of the Stormbelt Order.


Lars GamohyleEdit

Loyal soldier / guard of the kingdom of Stormhand, sworn to protect the kingdom's heir, Prince Ferdinand with his very life alongside Axel Kolanthe. As with Axel, Lars is a childhood friend of Ferdinand, which was done on purpose by the prince's father King Gerreth, who meant to greatly increase the likelihood of him doing his job of protecting the prince due to such a long history together. Also like Axel, Lars was caught unawares in the outskirts of Stormhand on a mission to find the prince after a supposed kidnapping. In Lars' case, he was ambushed by a group of vampires and although he survived the encounter and slew most of the horrid beasts, he was bitten, leading to his secret of being transformed into one himself.

Luckily for his home nation, his loyalty to the prince was far stronger than his newly acquired taste for blood, and he was able to for the most part overcome this bloodlust during his "recovery time". Currently, only two other people know lars' secret -- Axel, who suffered a similar fate; and King Gerreth, who discovered his secret and used his magical artifacts' powers to help calm the vicious monster within and save his personal plans from being for naught.

His time spent in such close proximity to the strengthening aura of King Gerreth's artifact clothes greatly enhanced Lars' growing powers, enhancing his dark gifts while diminishing his weaknesses. Because of this, Lars is not harmed by sunlight, and has gained the uncanny ability to choose whether he goes through vampiric evolution or not; for this he chooses not to, as the newer, stronger forms would make it all too obvious what has become of him, leading to his persecution and by extension would threaten the Gerreth Throne.

With these newfound abilities, whenever worse comes to worse in protecting his prince and friend, he and Axel will shoo the prince away "for his safety" (which is true although the full truth behind why is kept from him) and each will transform and tilt the battle towards their favor. Ferdinand is always surprised but elated when the two return no worse for wear, with their multitude of enemies defeated.

He is related to Malaxo Gamohyle, a former resident of Stormhand that now serves as one of King Taius' Divine Errant.


LilapsoEdit

Air Elemental so powerful that it has transformed into an enormous hurricane. Known as the Lord of the Wind.


LobsterbankEdit

Warcraft character. Human female treasurer of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition's second iteration.


Logan the WolverineEdit

Wolverine member of the Mikey & Friends.


LokrukEdit

Warcraft character. Father of Kagg.


Lord BearokEdit

Lord Bearok is simply Lord Zarok after being bathed in the Gene Reorganizer Ray. Although he wears the same clothes as before, they have become shredded due to the incredible increase in mass. Although his personality is relatively the same he now suffers from typical "bear anger". He is also more willing to resort to physical strength, and can still polymorph himself and use the same spells.


LucilleEdit

Warcraft character. Former priestess of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition's first iteration who joined with Charity Lovejoy to seek vengeance on their former captain, Noirren Melosus.


LumiEdit

A general in Hypotherm's Saiyan Extermination Squads. When it comes to combating and killing foes, he is strategic, turning his victims into pariahs so that the populace on the planet will kill his foe for him. If this strategy fails however, he will simply blow up the entire planet.

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M-16Edit

An M-16 assault rifle who gained sapience when his wielder was hit by the shockwave of a Life Bomb and was killed instantly. As his gun hit the ground its parts contorted and transformed it into a robot. Now possessing a machine spirit, M-16 could shift back and forth at will between a gun and robot mode. It chose a life of aiding others as its former wielder once tried to do, and became a member of the Night-Nukers, a benevolent group.


M3Edit

M3—a shortening of the long name Metal Moose Man—was a Human criminal once who had each and every portion of his body over time replaced with moose-shaped parts. He believes moose to be intimidating creatures, and one would be surprised the various abilities he has gained through his transformation. For instance, his teeth are compacted tentacles that he can use to type or rip things apart.


Mach 9Edit

Mach 9 MS Sprite

Mach 9 in his wingsuit.

Old character.


MackatorEdit

Old character and member of the Hibrid.


MacoreEdit

An anthropomorphic plank of wood created by a team of unspecified scientists who were attempting to figure out how the Life Bombs dropped on the world in various places during an alien invasion caused life to enter an object and somehow convert it into a somewhat more anthropomorphic design. Macore's creation was flawed and his transformation into an anthropomorph was not perfect—as such his eyes are large and asymmetrical, his top and bottom edges curve inwards in a very obvious semi-circular pattern and its mouth is jagged and uneven. The scientists decided to send Chord out to kill Borde, and since Chord was unpredictable they also sent Macore to increase the chances of success. Macore is presumably named after the core of a tree.


MacroEdit

Character in name only as far as I recall.


MaemieEdit

Kraven.


Maester FumpretEdit

Character currently in name only.


Magneto EelEdit

Mega Man X and Megaman Tempo character. Magneto Eel is a Maverick based on an electric eel, an electric fish which is actually not an eel but is rather a knifefish. Before his succumbing to the Maverick Virus, he operated as a particularly important electrical generator within Megalopolis. His transformation and subsequent abandonment of his stationed post caused massive blackouts throughout the city, leading to riots as its inhabitants began to panic and fight over resources.

Designwise, Magneto Eel is hunched over, with a long, almost snake-like head slinking out and slightly down from his shoulders. A long, eel-like tail extends from the middle of his back down to rest near his flippered feet. Two large Tesla coils extend in a V formation out of his shoulder blades, and provide him with his electrical abilities.

Being a triple-themed Maverick, being at the same time aquatic-themed, electric-themed and magnetic-themed. He is provided with the dastardly ability to control the water level in his chamber, charging up his electrical shield during the process so that once it touches him, the water becomes electrified. The only way to avoid this particular technique is to wall jump. His weapon, the Silver Magnet, is built to allow Magneto Eel to remain relatively safe in the water while still being able to send his projectiles at an opponent attempting to scale the walls of his lair.

His attack is strong against Slasher Mantis. The general basis of Magneto Eel would later go on to begin the rough draft concept of a Robot Master ten years later - that of Eel Man, created in 2011.


Magni ThunderhammerEdit

Warcraft character.


Mag'thulEdit

Warcraft character. Orc male & Zaga'thok's aide.


MakaveliEdit

Character in name only.


Makia LinvilleEdit

Dead Flies character.


Malazag HorncallerEdit

Warcraft character. Member of the Amal'Gam Society.


Malechus StonewiltEdit

Warcraft character. Member of the Amal'Gam Society.


Maleus TeratoEdit

Member of the Divine Errant of Taius. He serves as the Errant's 2nd-in-command, directly behind Duke Waller. Maleus was hired from beyond the borders of Taius' kingdom, having been a druid in his former life.


MalnEdit

Character by name only, as far as is remembered.


Maltania BearmantleEdit

Warcraft character. Kal'dorei hermetic Druid of the Claw.


ManifoldEdit

Mega Man R character. Robot built by Dr. Kojiro Peppa.


MangamanEdit

Mega Man Comics character. Megaman from the alternate universe in which the Rockman manga events take place.


ManslayerEdit

Member of the Crux.


MantaglarEdit

____ who has rebelled against Grand Emperor BadGuy, serving as a member of the Rebellious Refugees.


MantroEdit

A Human Mutate who was formed by Dr. BadGuy attempting to "combine" Human and mantid DNA by altering the DNA of man without any actual mantid DNA used. In the process he altered every last piece of DNA in Mantro's strands, coincidentally giving him the DNA structure of that of the extraterrestrial Thraxxus race. Mantro now is torn between his Humanity and his Thraxxusity.

Mantro (Urth)Edit

A Human Mutate who has rebelled against Grand Emperor BadGuy, serving as a member of the Rebellious Refugees.


MantronEdit

A cybernetic Thraxxus. After discovering Mantro on Earth, he now seeks to recruit him into the swarms of the Thraxxus.


ManwitchEdit

Bladderback character. Strong male witch whose hands and feet are made out of large hamburgers.


Mao LamentalusEdit

Heroes of Might & Magic character. Elemental Lord of Water. Name changed like Khom from Elementalus, though may require further revision. Made in Heroes II as a 35 stack Water Elemental.


MapperEdit

Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. Originally an unspecified toy from the G.I. Joes line.


Marauder NeckbreakerEdit

Warcraft character. Orc chieftain of the War Scar Clan.


MarikEdit

Character in name only.


Marioi BeardchewerEdit

Warcraft character. Dragonwatcher.


MarmarosEdit

Earthdawn character.


Mary Higgins BarkEdit

A cute dog who served as a companion for some time to _____. When the would-be hero eventually comes across a canyon that Bark cannot cross, the dog is reluctantly released from service and replaced with Mary Higgins Lark, a bird that could follow _____ over canyons and cliffs. Bark eventually finds her way back to _____ and the two have a happy if short reunion, before the sudden appearance of Mary Higgins Shark, who eats both Bark and Lark as a snack before attempting to consume ____ as its main course. Named after mystery novelist, Mary Higgins Clark.


Mary Higgins LarkEdit

A sweet lark songbird who served as a companion for some time to _____, after Bark was forced to abandon her master due to the would-be hero needing to cross a canyon gorge. Lark would continue the trek with _____ for some time, although Bark would eventually find a path that led him back to his master, leading to a happy reunion between the three. This reunion was short-lived however, as Bark was suddenly snapped up by the ravenous Mary Higgins Shark; before Lark could properly react, Shark ate her, too, leaving _____ alone to fend against the aquatic menace. Named after mystery novelist, Mary Higgins Clark.


Mary Higgins SharkEdit

A menacing tiger shark with a ravenous, unending hunger. This would lead her to attack and eat both Mary Higgins Bark, a dog, and Mary Higgins Lark, a songbird, before turning her attention towards _____. However, _____ would prove too much for the shark to handle, and she would be defeated and left bloat-floating at the top of the ocean surface, with seabirds pecking at her dermal denticled skin. Named after mystery novelist, Mary Higgins Clark.


Mary of PoopmaceaEdit

Random name invented on May 10th, 2011 at 6:35am.


MasterdonEdit

Villain who is a member of a trio of Snarler, Megatherius and Masterdon, who battle the Defenders of the Age.


MastigoEdit

A half-wraith who seeks to destroy mankind. All that can be seen from him is his skull, as well as his equipped cloak, boots, and gloves.


MauztraupEdit

Kraven. Named after my Uncle Pete's cat, Mousetrap.


Maven the GravenEdit

Super-powered Scarfer who consumes Maven the Raven and obtains her feathers.


Maven the RavenEdit

Super heroine from the No More Heroes storyline. She is a human with raven-like wings extending from her arms, allowing self-powered flight. She is a proud soul but becomes fearful and cowardly when the Scarfers begin to consume everything in sight, being referred to as "Maven the Craven" by news reporter Hown Thosdate over the air. She is eventually captured by the Scarfers and eaten, much to her horror.


Max FishEdit

Wrestlevania character partnered alongside James Sword for the tag-team SwordFish.


MayhemielEdit

Male.


MaynohsEdit

Heroes of Might & Magic character. Mage of the Red Circle. Formerly named Main-ohs, but that name is now considered stupid. Was made in Heroes II as a 25 stack mage.


Mayor KlumpEdit

Heroes of Might & Magic character. The mayor of North Golem.


Mayor MxxlplexEdit

A Symbiont which has taken the form of a Loranche male and poses as the mayor of Kukutown on the planet Tetron. His true goal however seems to be more sinister, as he feeds upon random citizens at night to sustain himself and is secretly an ally to the Enigman Empire, where he intends to let the Reaperbots enter his city without alerts sounded. Dr. Sergei Ripovovich has agreed to give him as many Loranche slaves as he can use for his own inscrutable purposes, without questions raised as to what Mxxlplex intends to do with them. Eventually his guise is uncovered by Piktor Glasplaster, who proceeds to hunt him down and corner him. Cornered, Mxxlplex splits into his various Symbiont forms. He puts up a powerful fight, but is eventually fully slain by Glasplaster, ending his reign of near-terror.


Mayor ZingerEdit

Heroes of Might & Magic character. The mayor of South Golem.


MealyEdit

Old character based on a mealy bug.


MediocrityEdit

Extremely average hero, who works the beat as a petty hero (as opposed to a petty criminal).


MedorthoEdit

A Dark Knight who has chosen to serve the powers of Chaos.


Megaman CopyEdit

Mega Man Comics character. Megaman from the alternate universe in which _____ takes place.

Megaman GnomeEdit

Megaman from the alternate universe in which _____ takes place.

Megaman LightEdit

Mega Man Comics character. Megaman from the alternate universe in which the art for the US Mega Man 1 box art would actually be canon.

Megaman PixelEdit

Mega Man Comics character. Megaman from the alternate universe in which the sprites for the Megaman PC games is canon. He is jealous of Megaman's good looks and ability to not entirely suck.

Megaman ShineEdit

Mega Man Comics character. Megaman from the alternate universe in which the art for the PAL Mega Man 3 box art would actually be canon. He was captured by the Negaforce and reprogrammed to join their cause.

Megaman SilverEdit

Mega Man Comics character. Megaman from the alternate universe in which the art for the PAL Mega Man 2 box art would actually be canon. He was captured by the Negaforce and reprogrammed to join their cause.

MegamericaEdit

Mega Man Comics character. Megaman from the alternate universe in which the Mega Man cartoon series takes place.

MegatheriusEdit

Villain who is a member of a trio of Snarler, Megatherius and Masterdon, who battle the Defenders of the Age.


Meggle VotEdit

Final Fantasy character. Moogle. Uses elemental claws.


MelchoirEdit

Centro seer.


Melissa of the Blue CircleEdit

A powerful yet somewhat mysterious female hydromancer and member of the Hidden Council, sometimes referred to as the Mage's Council. Originally hailed from the nation of Stormhand and considers King Gerreth to be her king, although her loyalty lies with the Hidden Council first and foremost. King Gerreth is a benevolent leader and does not consider her a traitor, and she is welcome in his court on any occasion. On rare points she has been around during moments of great peril and need of heroes within Stormhand's borders and has greatly aided their cause.


MeshassEdit

Bladderback character. Bladderback's son.


Metal MouthEdit

Formerly commonly-recurring alien character.


Methodium BronzehammerEdit

Warcraft character. Dwarven male. Warrior.


Mh'kyrahEdit

Character in name only.


MicEdit

Megaman Tempo character. Former NeoHunter, Mic was infected by Goth's Mavericks. He was eventually put down.


Michael WhiteEdit

Resident Evil character.


Midnite the CatEdit

Midnite MS Sprite

Midnite.

Black cat member of the Mikey & Friends and father of Kane the Cat.


Mien YiranaiEdit

StarGazer character. Best friend of Romiko Tsukino, known for her choice of dressing like a hippie. Though she considered Shiike to be a "big meanie", she was known to boss her mother around and when Shiike forced her sister Romiko to go to the Starlet Mall, Mien also went to try and get a chance to see her best friend and hang out, but this led to her getting killed alongside her mother, Kuchubi, when a mysterious yet crazy individual used a massive ki blast to obliterate the mall, charring her body.


Migraine — Samuel "Sam" ByrdEdit

A 16-year-old Ninja Brawler, and one of the Byrd brothers. He is usually shirtless, and is known for his agile double side kicks. He obtained his codename due to his "annoying personality" that gives other people—including his own family—headaches.


Mike _____Edit

Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. Originally a Michael Van Horn toy from the Godzilla Force line.


MindcrimeEdit

Old villain character.


MismatchEdit

An Ailodon whose genetic code did not properly handle his alteration into an Aigei, causing his hands to be mutated and asymmetrical. He wears a transparent baseball cap-like hat (so that he can see through it if necessary to look up). His name was originally spelled "Missmatch", but considering that he appears male...


Missie TurnsleeveEdit

Warcraft character. Gnome female warlock & pawn of the Burning Legion.


Mister AppleEdit

A sapient apple who is shown to be a relatively normal and all around decent host to pair off (no pun intended) the timid Mr. Tomato and the extremely insane Mr. Banana. He serves as one of the "fruit trio" hosts of the Mr. Apple, Banana & Tomato Show, and is a bit of a diva, believing himself to be the lead host, simply because his name comes first in the title (although it is actually just an alphabetical issue).


Mister BananaEdit

A completely insane sapient banana who is one of the "fruit trio" hosts of the Mr. Apple, Banana & Tomato Show. He is a pyromaniac and inadvertently masochistic. He often talks to Joe, the fruit trio's stagehand.


Mister BladderEdit

Mr. Bladder

Mister Bladder

A Symbiont in the shape of a bladder. As this specific breed of Symbiont, he also has the racial ability to spit yellow-hued corrosive acid. When originally created, was thought to be a really "cool" character as I really had no idea what cool was and was desperately trying to figure it out. In retrospect, this makes the character particularly hilarious.


Mister EggEdit

A sapient egg and firework safety expert. Unfortunately he is not particularly good at his job.


Mister PlumEdit

A sapient plum who is Mr. Tomato's long-lost cousin. When Mister Tomato was still recovering from his injuries, Mister Plum filled in for him during the Fireworks Safety episode.


Mister RiggsEdit

Warcraft character. Jertrana's trusty pet Surf Crawler.


Mister Tea VirusEdit

City of Heroes & City of Villains character.


Mister T-RexEdit

A sapient tyrannosaurus rex wearing pants.


Mister TomatoEdit

A sapient cherry tomato who is one of the "fruit trio" hosts of the Mr. Apple, Banana & Tomato Show.


Mister YamatsoEdit

StarGazer character. Teacher at Taio High School who teaches a class that both Shiike and Romiko Tsukino attend before Shiike is conscripted into the war against the alien menace (and Romiko stows away onboard). He showed himself to be a pretty forgiving individual towards his students, though wanting to keep his dignity and their respect, as shown when he tells Shiike in Episode 2 that she is dismissed from class so long as she got Gokau to stop screaming. However, he is in fact fairly cowardly and desperate as he actually begs Shiike to go shut Gokau up for disrupting his class, and sobs as the disruptions continue.


Mister YukEdit

Have You Got the Balls?! character. A member of the Blekk race from the nation of Vometupp on the planet Orbus. Like the rest of his race, he is immune to poisons, and is, in fact, poisonous himself. When Ghaleon located the pauldron cape, Mister Yuk was alongside him as his assistant; he was quick to submit to Ghaleon's masterful plan, and became his right-"hand" ball. Yuk, like all Blekks, is stereotypically Asian, and also is notable for letting his tongue loll out. He attempted to stop the would-be hero from fighting Master Ghaleon for the pauldron cape and perhaps even obtain it, however Mr. Yuk was defeated after a harrowing battle. He was still unconscious when his master was defeated, and ultimately fled with Ghaleon to plot his master's eventual revenge attempt.


MitionEdit

Character in name only.


MjjEdit

Character in name only.


Mobster MothEdit

Old character. An anthropomorphic moth with a gun in his fingertip.


Modi ThunderhammerEdit

Warcraft character.


Moek Li LamentalusEdit

Heroes of Might & Magic character. Elemental Lord of Earth. Surname changed from Elementalus. Made in Heroes II as a 30 stack.


Mogr BronzehammerEdit

Warcraft character. Dwarven male. Secluded Hermit.


Mog'thakEdit

Warcraft character. Ogre Mage.


Mohr'ogEdit

Warcraft character. Orc grunt who is in secret actually one of the forms of Triog, chieftain of the Trinity Clan. He is a direct split from Triog, and can fuse with his other half, Triz, to morph back into Mohr'og again. Served the Blackrock Clan during the Second War and participated in the Horde's taking of Caer Darrow. Alongside Cho'garr, he trained at the Altar of Storms created afterwards by Guldan, which serves him well.


MoldEdit

Character in name only.


Mole CricketEdit

Old anthropomorphic mole cricket character.


MoltenEdit

A criminal who has the mutant power to "conjure" magma and use it to his advantage. He often pairs with a similar criminal, Lava.


MomorepegEdit

Elder Scrolls character. Wood Elf battlemage.


MondoEdit

Slannai.


MonoEdit

Megaman Tempo character. Brother and partner to Stereo, Mono serves as a NeoHunter, operating out of the Lodge. Him and his brother were minor pranksters and jokesters, and were often seen making fun of the rookie, Funk, after he returned to base with a severed arm. In the end, however, both of them would find themselves injured as well, allowing Funk to "return the favor" of low-level ridicule. However, the fun and games were not to last, and unlike Funk, the injuries that the brothers received would lead to infection, transforming the pair into Mavericks, who still operated together under the title Twin Weapons. Mono was the larger of the two brothers, wielding a bazooka-like energy weapon that he carried over his shoulder.


Moon LawEdit

Moon Law

Moon Law

Moon Law's body is colored myrtle green, his various spines are a rosewood red, while his mouthparts and ventral plates are a icterine yellow.


Moon-BlobEdit

Malevolent being from Luna. Based on a Moon-Blob from an unspecified catalog.


MoraanEdit

Name pronounced like "moron".


MorbisEdit

Morbis MS Sprite

Morbis the Vampire.

An old vampire character.


MoreiEdit

Character in name only.


MorgueEdit

Morgue is the remains of the dead bounty hunter first discovered by Adus Lesk, whose body has been taken over by the Necrusk. Another rival of Lesk, he continues to increase in overall power over time, as the Necrusk in his system continue to take over his body more thoroughly.


MoriartyEdit

Legacy of Kain character. Nosgothic Vampire. Originally intended as one of the nine new vampire pillar guardians, serving as the Guardian of Death (a role now filled by Metatron). He ruled over their children, the Moriartim—the Vambees.


MorodusEdit

Pronounced "More-oh-duss".


MoskelEdit

Character in name only.


MosquitoidEdit

Member of the Crux.


MothballEdit

Mothball (Armor) MS Sprite

Mothball.

A spherical criminal being with large moth-like wings and small horns, who has been severely injured in the past, leading to him replacing his left arm and leg with cybernetic enhancements. He has covered his wings in metal cases for protection, and one can only assume that they, too, were damaged in his "accident". He covers his spherical body in a metallic covering that coincidentally resembles a Spanish luchidoro mask.


Mouse EyeEdit

An Ailodon member of the Ailydatron forces. He is hooked up to a large machine. It is unknown why he is named after a computer mouse yet looks more like a surge protector.


MountainfaceEdit

Heroes of Might & Magic character. A "Mountain Elemental". Appears in Heroes II as a Dirt Mountain.


Mouse TrappEdit

Robot.


Multiplicity StorkEdit

Megaman Tempo character.


MuradinEdit

Warcraft character. Former member of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition II.


Mushroom ButterflyEdit

An old character.


Myucka CrusthornEdit

Warcraft character. Draenei mage. A survivor of the crash of the Exodar onto the planet Azeroth, she disappeared mysteriously only a few weeks later during an attempt to discover what had happened to her sister, Sphammi. In truth, she was banished by the same microlich who had banished her sister. Her and her sister's surname, Crusthorn, originates from the two's lack of horn hygiene, leaving their horns often dirty and unkempt.

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NachaEdit

A boss from a Super Mario Bros. fangame idea that included Bomblock, as well as two areas called Happy Land and Battleground Mythica.


NadaEdit

A large pelagic sea serpent.


NalatoEdit

Character by name only. Description not yet filled out.


NashavaEdit

Nashava 9

Nashava at Level 9.

Draenei female. A survivor of the crash of the Exodar onto the planet Azeroth, Nashava has begun studying shamanism, brought on by the local Furbolg populace. She is a childhood friend of Vorosha, who also survived the crash.


NazgobEdit

Orc male shaman.


NazirEdit

Nazir Cloaked

Nazir.

Nosgothic Vampire. One of the eight new vampire guardians of the pillars. He serves as the Guardian of __________ (originally he was the Time Guardian). Original story idea had him ruling over the Nazirim, the Demon Vampires; now the Nazirim are Shadow Vampires.


NeedleballEdit

A member of the superhero team based in Anchorage, Alaska: the A Street Brigade, alongside Gunakatan, Professor Sparkle, Subwoofer, The Southern Dynamo, and Vibestress. He has spiny demonic powers. His secret identity is Altair, Professor Sparkle's pet hedgehog. Based on a single image of my current friend group when I spent all my time at the A Street Event Hall.


NeedlesEdit

Character whose original information has been forgotten; all that is remembered currently is his name.


NecrosisEdit

Character by name only. Information not yet described.


NegamanEdit

Megaman from the alternate universe in which Captain N: The Game Master takes place. He was brought into the Megaman Comics Universe when reality fluxes began to open up. Once here, he was known as "Megaman N". When Megaman shot him for being too stupid, he was discovered and rebuilt by Dr. Wily, at which time he pledged his allegiance to the mad doctor. He has formed a team of other alternate Megamen who want to destroy this reality's Megaman and take his place.


NelthrogoEdit

Ogre-Mage who defeated an entire army of Humans alone. He was created as a backstory to a Warcraft II level. While he was eventually slain, a Goblin spy headquarters was named after him - or at least stated so to encourage Horde business - which was run by Sajun Pilferpinch I.


NezzettsEdit

Character by name only. Information not yet described.


Niagara -- Jimmy ByrdEdit

An __-year-old Ninja Brawler, and one of the Byrd brothers. He is stylized by a strange "wiggly V" marking on his torso.


NinilchikEdit

Ninilchik 38

Ninilchik at Level 38.

Draenei male. A survivor of the crash of the Exodar on the planet Azeroth. A nobel in his former life on Draenor, Ninilchik now serves as a hunter for the Grand Alliance, but has become associated with the House of Nobles in Stormwind Keep.


Nitro PolarbearEdit

Nitro Polarbear is a Maverick based on a polar bear. He was initially intended to carve paths through ice ways, to make way for arctic-bound explorers, archaeologists, mining corporations, and numerous other contractors. His methods were always considered crude but were noted for getting the job done in the fastest time possible. Polarbear was therefore generally well-liked amongst those who hired him. However, his fate would come to a very rapid deceleration when he was hired by a mysterious figure, who would later turn out to be the Maverick general, Zero.

Designwise, Nitro Polarbear stands tall and proud, with a large glacial-colored gem in the middle of his white-hued chest. His arms were massive, roughly the same size and design as some Ride Armors, with massive icicle-like claws extending from them. These claws were his primary weapon, icy spines housing nitroglycerin-laden explosives for collapsing large ice sheets or destroying heroic nuisances. Large boosts on the heels of his feet allowed him to speed-dash around, with the use of nitromethane to let him gain a sudden and frightening rate of speed.

When Nitro Polarbear was created, Mega Man X4 was the newest Mega Man game out. However, as time went on, Somarinoa got more and more confused how Capcom kept overlooking the obvious choice for an Ice-element foe - the polar bear. He was happy to see Poler Kamrous in Mega Man Zero 2, finally ending his confusion, though he began to wonder how many design coincidences would occur, as Kamrous had massive arms in a similar manner to Polarbear. Despite the ridiculously common coincidences, Somarinoa is less leaning towards "someone at Capcom saw my art and liked the ideas and fashioned their own, official, characters out of some of my own ideas)" as he is "...maybe I had the same muse as Capcom's artist had?".

His attack is strong against Spark Jellyfish.


NoiEdit

Character by name only. Information not yet described.


NovaEdit

Malevolent being from Marduk. Based on an extraterrestrial from an unspecified catalog.


NudiekinsEdit

An anomalous mutant living in the same city as Bladderback. Nudiekins runs around fully nude, as his genitals fires a large concussive blast, which creates so much force that he is scooted backwards each firing.

OEdit

OchloEdit

A Rock Demon sent to destroy Duke Waller, as part of a trio including Enoch and Demo.

OctiEdit

An intelligent octopus character, seemingly related to Octo the Octopus due to their heavily similar design.


Octo the OctopusEdit

An intelligent octopus character known to associate with Trixie the Dog, and also seemingly related to Octi due to their heavily similar design.


Octopus Bros.Edit

Octopus Bros Concept

Octopus Bros.

The Octopus Bros. are a set of Siamese twins who are very superficially similar to octopuses, hence their moniker. However they are obviously some sort of monster and potentially an alien.


Oddgit SnaggletoothEdit

Night Goblin male shaman.

Odin ThunderhammerEdit

An Ironforge Dwarf of the Thunderhammer family.


Odine SturnbatchEdit

Leader of the Five Heroes, eventual god of the Earth. During his time as a member of the Five Heroes, he fell in love with the High Elf priestess Atiina, and the two had a child together, who would later also ascend to godhood—Tro.

Officer Aaron MuldoonEdit

Member of Humanity's First Stand, also known simply as "The Humans", which puts him into direct conflict with both Spontus' Mutants and Snakeface's Outcasts. Originally a Muldoon toy from the Jurassic Park line.


Ogargi, the Horde BetrayerEdit

Orc male paladin of the Order of the Silver Hand.


Ogryn — _____Edit

Character of forgotten origin.


Oki "Chikyu" TsukinoEdit

Expert Psionic Ninja formerly trained by the owl-like Psininja master Owcelet, who excels at the use of the Soul Sword technique. She is the oldest sister of three, with both Shiike and Rumiko being younger. At the age of 21 she returned to their masters' lair to see her family (including Owcelet, whom she considered like a father), only to have a group of sadistic extraterrestrials attack the local city and decimate the area around the local Starlet Mall the very next day—this is likely due to her having a gut notion to return home as her brain predicted this occurrence early.

With the quick onset of interstellar war, and with Oki being a fully trained Psininja, she was conscripted into the navy to perform espionage missions against the enemy. She therefore did not get to travel with the rest of her family on board the StarGazer. Eventually, the fleet she was attached to was destroyed by the alien enemy forces, and she was kidnapped. She witnessed first-hand the aliens' usage of a belt that permanently increased their power output, and during this time as a POW she made a successful telepathic message to Grandmaster Owcelet, who worked on sending in the StarGazer to rescue her. During her escape, she stole several belts off of defeated foes.

Along with her sisters, she is discovered to be evolved from a powerful ancient human race, and utilizes a technology to help her harness her power, helping to turn the tide of the war. Her given name was entirely random that simply sounded Japanese; however it turns out to be a feminine word meaning "middle of the ocean" (score!). Her family's nickname for her, Chikyu, means "Earth". Her surname means "moon field" in Japanese, also hinting at her sister Shiike's initial origin out of my high school obsession of Sailor Moon. Interestingly, her full name means "Water Earth Moonfield".


OkuribiEdit

A companion of the Out-Timers, best described as their pet and mascot. A minku who began following the company upon finding their stash of food, Okuribi was eventually taken in by Shichirin due to the creature's overwhelming "cute factor". While she doesn't really help the collection of heroes in any real physical manner, her cuteness does improve morale just by her being there, and feeding her a few berries here and there hasn't proved wasteful thus far. Like other minku, Okuribi's primary sound is "min-ku" in a cutesy, high-pitched voice, though she is capable of yelps and shrieks when need-be.


OmegonEdit

Ultimate hybridized chimeric gladiator of the Amal'Gam Society, formed out of both Alliance Prime and Horde Prime.


Ommyenka CholankeEdit

Human female. Necromancer who seeks control over her world, utilizing the dark arts as her fulcrum, however she is unaware that she is slowly losing her soul to the usage of necromancy. Employs a lackey / bodyguard named Kendaga, an Ogre beastmaster, to do her physically dirty work. Eventually she will lose all humanity and become a true monster, but only time will tell when that day will be.

OmnitronEdit

Character by name only. Presumably some form of machine.


Oni ManEdit

Oni Man Concept

Oni Man

One of Dr. Kojiro's many Robot Masters. Oni Man uses the signature weapon Possession, allowing him to take over the body of his opponent to try and cause them to commit suicide. However, in doing so his own body becomes vulnerable, which is considered by both Kojiro and Oni himself as a small risk as the RM is busy controlling his opponent during this time and isn't likely to shoot himself.


Onslaught SpireaxeEdit

Black Orc male and brother of Bloodshed the Undefeated. Known as Onslaught the Conquerer. Wields dual cleavers and wears a Kethorian helmet, Kheshian Skullmail & Monolithic Charm. The Monolithic Charm is fashioned out of a shard chipped off of the Black Monolith which he and his brother discovered. As the Monolith is in fact a sapient object, it actually whispers to him through this charm into his brain and guides him along a path of decimation that suits it well enough.


Optik Concept

Original concept of Optik

OptikEdit

Ailodon operating a full-sized cybernetic humanoid body. Serves alongside Qo, Tashun, Pragraffon, "Spellbound", "Capital" and Slasher.


Ores _____Edit

Character in name only. Name originated as a typo of the first for letters in the word "presumed", done when trying to write out the first word in the Sekata description.


OroshaEdit

Member of the Amal'Gam Society.


OrottEdit

Apparent replacement for Red XIII in my old Final Fantasy X fangame from 1997.


Or'ugEdit

Amani Forest Troll who is secretly one of the many forms of Triog, the chieftain of the Trinity Clan. Or'ug is formed by splitting off from Trizz, who in turn splits off from Triog. He keeps this a closely-guarded secret to avoid suspicion and be able to perform his various tasks correctly. He is able to fuse back with Zom into Trizz whenever his single-handed purposes are no longer required. Served the Blackrock Clan during the Second War and participated in the Horde's taking of Caer Darrow.


OwceletEdit

Grandmaster Owcelet is a Psionic Ninja master who discovered the psychic potential of the Tsukino sisters and dedicated the last decade and a half of his life to training them as his pupils after their parents were killed in an accident and they were left as orphans. He has the appearance of an anthropomorphic owl, although one can assume he is an extraterrestrial given that no others of his kind have been discovered on Earth.

A bit lecherous in his old age, he is kept in check by the three young girls he has trained, although they derive entertainment out of this and consider him a gentle fatherly figure. He is aided by a seemingly useless little blue cricket named Beezertl, although it dishes out advice that only he can understand and acts as a sort of conscience to him.

When his pupil Shiike is drafted aboard the deep space science vessel StarGazer, he feels obligated to finish her training and sneaks himself, Beezertl and Rumiko onboard. Despite the fact that he very likely could have moved about in public due to his mastery of psionic techniques, he chose to live within the crawlspaces up until the ship was converted into a makeshift battleship. His name is derived from the word "owl" while his design is based on a mathematical design from a paper in high school.


Oxmail ResisEdit

Dwarven male soldier. Made in Heroes II as a 17 stack Battle Dwarf.

PEdit

Perch -- Rade TsybulenkoEdit

A Mutate who has been combined with a dilophosaurus. He is often seen in company with Bruiser, Berserk, and formerly, Raccoon.


Periwin of the Blue DragonflightEdit

Warcraft character. Young blue dragon and offspring of Zuregol and Bondigosa.


PerusaEdit

Character in name only.


PhilibusterEdit

Character currently in name only.


Pocket KnightEdit

City of Heroes character. Super hero in Paragon City.


PocketknightEdit

Warcraft character. Leader of the Mechanical Lobster Coalition's second and third iterations.


Pohei OtameuEdit

A female Op from the planet Zeigoht, who operates as an aviator and later, a space hunter. She is 6'4" at the shoulder and weighs 24 gigastones due to heavy cybernetic enhancements. Like many of her kind, she was born in vitro due to a genetic condition that has made it difficult for female Ops to bring pregnancy full term; many times, attempting to do so will lead to the loss of the infant, the death of the mother or both. Her Vacotor Database ID is 2946JK903. Originally named Ippohay Ottamuspay (a mutative Pig Latin form of "hippopotamus"), with a real name of Clere. Her original height was 5'4" at the shoulder, but this is incredibly short, and something based off of a hippopotamus should really be somewhat enormous and intimidating.


PollenEdit

A Pollensalta that appears in Final Fantasy Z.


Pretzel BeeEdit

Supervillain who mixes the idea of a pretzel design with a bumblebee.


Professor SparkleEdit

A member of the superhero team based in Anchorage, Alaska: the A Street Brigade, alongside Gunakatan, Needleball, Subwoofer, The Southern Dynamo, and Vibestress. He has sparkle powers. His secret identity is Samuel Bear. Based on a single image of my current friend group when I spent all my time at the A Street Event Hall.


Pukerheim SmellyfootiniEdit

Warcraft character. Human male, unsuccessful thief.


PutchkiaEdit

Warcraft' character. Draenei mage.

QEdit

QaloqEdit

Kyisziqan ambassador-scout assigned to the planet Frenzul and member of the Interstellar Silent Council. Wears _____.


QoEdit

Commati freedom fighter, fighting against the Iskian Empire.


QuackerEdit

A duck with a benevolent nature. Not yet figured into modern mythos.


QuazarEdit

Robot. Not yet figured into modern mythos.


Quelarya TruenockEdit

Warcraft character. Sindorei female hunter and former member of the Bloodriver Bandits.


QuenchEdit

Water Agent hired and trained by the Organization to replace Zuipah "Sass" Sokkeur, the original Water Agent who defected alongside Pellet "Killer" Eihrsoffte.


Quinn _________________Edit

Female Human. Originally an April O'Neil toy from the TMNT line; not yet repurposed into modern mythos.


Qweweqwrewr the BarbarianEdit

A barbarian. Name is pronounced "Kwee-wee-qureh-whir".

REdit

R.C.Edit

A living TV remote control, given life and sapience during the Lifebomb drops on Earth.


Raccoon — Michael ProcyonEdit

Raccoon MS Sprite

Former parkour-performing petty thief who stole to afford parts to his motorcycle during high school. Unfortunately he caught the attention of Dr. BadGuy, who then caught him and his friends and converted them into Mutates. Now, Raccoon is hybridized with a raccoon, and has turned against his "master", serving as the primary rebel Mutate that Dr. BadGuy attempts to hunt down. He wears a large metal mask that he can take off and throw at an opponent — its sharp edge can cut them to ribbons. Has served as a major antihero character in Somarinoa's mythos since the 4th grade during the early 90s.


Raditude

Raditude

Raditude — _____Edit

Wrestlevania character.


Radius — _____Edit

Male Mortal Kombatant.


Raelneth DawnstarEdit

Warcraft character. Sindorei male rogue and member of the Bloodriver Bandits along with Blurph, Gwagg, and Kalathas Bloodriver; Dookyhatt Sludgmirror, Puupria Skankwater, Quelarya Truenock, Xothaelus Knifemiser, and the Microlich.


RageEdit

Final Fantasy character. Skeeskee. Uses pecking implements.


RaggrEdit

A character who has yet to be described or whose description has been forgotten.


Rahal YotaEdit

A character who has yet to be described or whose description has been forgotten. Name based on two singular names found within the character database notebook.


Rain SkysetterEdit

Out-Timers character. Prince of the High Elf kingdom and older brother of Princess Ume. Unlike his little sister, he, surprisingly, remains with the kingdom and does not help the Out-Timers directly.


RaineEdit

Legacy of Kain character. Nosgothic Vampire. Originally intended as one of the nine new vampire pillar guardians, and eventually devolved into a reptilian form. He ruled over their children, the Raineim. Has since been reworked into being Prince Rain Skysetter's final form in the Long Story universe, similarly to the combination of The Phantom and Morbis into one character.


Rainhorn WeegEdit

A character who has yet to be described or whose description has been forgotten.


RaisinEdit

Daemon-Cat


RaisinEdit

Kraven seer.


Rajita BriefEdit

Dragon Ball R / VD character. Half-Saiyan (specifically, 52% Saiyan / 48% Human). Son of Ticholla and Linger. He is the first to ever reach the Omni Saiyan 2 form.


Raki Small

Raki

RakiEdit

A character who has yet to be described or whose description has been forgotten.


Raleign DarkmooreEdit

Warcraft character. Azothan Human male. A Noble Soldier of Gilneas, Raleign is and has been for many years a tremendously patriotic Gilnean who believes wholeheartedly in the ideals of his king, Genn Greymane. He served as a member of the Gilneas City Guard in his youth, but had officially retired by the time of the attack on the city by Feral Worgen. Brother to Xaerius Darkmoore, a paladin of the Silver Hand (and by extension uncle to Vivica), and father to Perenus, who he caught practicing magic (which he considered a sign of weakness and cowardice) and forced into a warrior academy, only to have his son run away and become a mage-in-training in the nation of Dalaran, much to his chagrin. Despite this he mourned the news of his son's death in silence, appearing composed in public. He served his king without question during the Gilnean Civil War, even though he had been retired, and again took up arms during the Worgen fiasco, which cost him his humanity for a time, as he was infected and transformed into one of them. Upon regaining his composure thanks to the king himself, he retook his position under Greymane and once again served him, now with the added reason of a debt to repay. Upon discovery that Genn himself was a Worgen, Raleign felt even more kinship with his king—the bond likely would be impossible to break. He served in the Battle for Gilneas City and witnessed the death of Prince Liam, which Raleign considered a personal tragedy alongside Genn. He helped his king bury his son, and then took the battle to the Horde, diligently aiding in the destruction of the Horde fleet. Afterwards, he journeyed to Darnassus along with most other citizens and began work for the Grand Alliance as a whole, although the entirety of his loyalty still remains with Greymane and Gilneas.


RamthornEdit

AVP character. A Horned Yautja who has come to serve under Hellspont, where he has joined Sintaro in a rough clan formation with a few members of other Yautja species. These Yautja hunt Hellspont's most worthy opponents, and often succeed in their endeavors. Like the rest of his allies, Ramthorn is often cloned if slain through the use of stolen Flash Clone technology, though as a skilled Yautja hunter this does not often occur. Originally a Night Stalker Predator toy from the Kenner brand Predator line.


RatiticusEdit

A character who has yet to be described or whose description has been forgotten.


RatsyEdit

A character who has yet to be described or whose description has been forgotten.


RattlerEdit

A sapient, anthropomorphic snakeman who may in fact be a member of Dr. BadGuy's Mutates. He, alongside a strange creature known as Lice, has been known to do battle with the Byrd brothers, a group of Ninja Brawlers. He attacks with sharp, poisonous fangs; clawed hands; a constricting, prehensile tail and boots covered in poisoned spikes.


Rau'ZilEdit

Warcraft character. Ogre member of the Amal'Gam Society.


Ravex IVEdit

A character who has yet to be described or whose description has been forgotten.


Raye DesskoEdit

Raye Dessko is a female Terran member of the UFCL Peacekeeper Corps under the command of Captain Vestille. This raven-haired female wields a two-handed Tunip Staff of Matra, a Loranchen weapon that could best be described as a "magical bazooka". A perpetual tomboy, she most commonly wears a white shirt, gray pants, black beret, black army boots and a wrist guard.


RazorballEdit

Malevolent extraterrestrial.


Razor Blade Suit Up

Razor Blade suiting up.

Razor Blade — _____Edit

Razor Blade (Somarinoa) Concept

Razorblade

Venjj antihero whose race descended from the Isk.


RecoilEdit

Mega Man Classic & Mega Man R character. Robot built by Dr. Kojiro Peppa.


Red DwarfEdit

Benevolent being from Europa. Based on an Energy Ball from an unspecified catalog.


Red Starr Concept

Red Starr

Red Starr — _____Edit

Superheroine.


Redfire — Tony ByrdEdit

A 19-year-old Ninja Brawler, and one of the Byrd brothers. He is stylized in flames, with embossed flames shooting up his stomach, up his legs, down his boots and along his gloves.


RedipsEdit

Redips (Ailodon) Concept

Redips

An Ailodon who has been genetically enhanced into Aigei form. He had been a petty criminal most of his life, most often performing simple smuggling missions until a crate dropped on him once and cracked open, causing his discovery of a single shapeshifter glove. Wearing it caused him to shapeshift the instant he felt the subconscious need to, and he made absolutely sure to keep it. He quickly rose through the ranks of Ailodonian villainy and eventually contracted a group of eight-limbed allies to help him in his crime spree, whom he had shapeshifting items built for as well. Due to their being copies of an original artifact, they hold less power and therefore require more of them to provide the same ability of shapeshifting "perfection". His four underlings are named Atari, Rezor, Spidereye and Spiker.


Redric RefuseEdit

Redric is one of the player characters in Somarinoa's current RPG-in-creation, Teatime For Transients, started in Q1 2014. He is a straight-up homeless man who is found on the streets but is convinced to join the ragtag group.

He was the third character and second player character created especially for the game, following Soote, Ty Ensemble, and preceding Clancy Wigwam.


Rehan Goto Doll

Rehan Goto

Rehan GotoEdit

A hero of Diakatan, born in the Sovereign Isles in a small fishing town called Denkigama. He is known for wielding ridiculously long blades and a strange "ax-flute" referred to as the Dewprism.


ReiEdit

Out-Timers character. A tigerman who helped out the Out-Timers.


Reidel _____Edit

Male air pirate crewmember of the Turlis, and twin brother of fellow crewmember Dregan, as well as the brother to Leviathan.


Relic of the Red CircleEdit

Elderly male pyromancer and member of the Hidden Council, where he trained others, including the ogre Thog. Originally hailing from the nation of Kislevow, Relic is not his true name, though it has been his nickname as long as anyone within the Hidden Council can remember; his original name seems to have been misplaced by all, for even Relic calls himself Relic. This nickname stems from his having been there at the creation of the Hidden Council's secretive location within the confines of a large crater from a disaster long ago not averted; it also refers to how he spends much of his time seeking out magical artifacts of some renown (and even ones lost to antiquity) in order to keep them out of the wrong hands. Initially created as a Heroes II character, using Vesper.


Relmondo

Relmondo

RelmondoEdit

God Eraser character. A leonid demon who sides with the antihero.


Remipel IIEdit

The clone of Remipel.


ReMZEdit

Male gangster working alongside Daedalus, the devil muffin. ReMz and Daedalus (at first in a human appearance) are discovered terrorizing Furville, and are humiliated by the games' heroes, and Daedalus is mortally wounded in the process. Later on, the two gangsters return to enact their revenge, with Daedalus being shown as having his soul placed into the nearest object available to keep him from dying, which just happened to be a muffin from a local bakery shop. Though the two appear to be just as easy to beat the second time around, ReMZ reveals his true form — that of an incubus. To match ReMZ sudden increase in power, Daedalus sprouts bat-like wings. Despite the increase in strength, the two are still eventually defeated.


Renegade EyeEdit

An Ailodon who was genetically altered to have powerful arms and legs, making him a hard opponent for other Ailodons to contend with without on equal footing. His pupil is mutated, and is not perfectly circular, appearing more like the "wiggly" pupil of a Spathi. His name was originally spelled "Renagade Eye", because I didn't know how to spell the word.


Repnia _____Edit

A character whose never been officially described or whose description has been forgotten over time.


Resin LaughEdit

AVP character. A Xenomorph Drone which is notable for its excessive amount of drooling (even for a Xenomorph) as well as its slightly mutated mouth, which is altered to give it the look of a wicked smile. Its hiss also sounds as if it produces a frighteningly wheezy chuckle.


Restock — _____Edit

Restock Revitalized

Restock

A Human cyborg built by HEAT Industries. His right hand has been given long, needle-sharp pointed phalanges, while his right arm has been replaced with a sort of bonesaw. His chest has been opened up with a plexiglas (or similar transparent material) to show a level of some sort of liquid, which actually keeps him alive while also fueling his cybernetic enhancements and keeping them well oiled to operate efficiently, although the fluid has to get refilled occasionally. He wears a mask to cover his face, with only his cybernetic eyes revealed. This helmet sports a communications antenna for direct communication with his overseers. He once defeated The Mutant by decapitating him with his bonesaw; this is how the world discovered the latter's incredible regenerative abilities.. He would later come to be one of the three original members of the SCUM of the Earth, alongside fellow HEAT supersoldiers Bladz and Shockwave.


RezorEdit

An Ailodon who has been genetically altered to sport eight limbs — six "powerhouse" arms and a pair of "powerhouse" legs. He serves in Redips' gang, and wears a pair of shapeshifter gloves on each hand as well as a pair of shapeshifter boots.


Richter — Name UnknownEdit

A member of the ascended Starrider race.


RichoquetEdit

AVP character. A Panther-strain Xenomorph which was given sapience by a malefactor, causing the monstrosity to become an even greater menace. It now serves its master as a hit-and-run adversary for its master "Hellspont's" foes. Richoquet is so named because the scientist who originally came up with the name misspelled the word "Ricochet", intended as a reference to the Panther Alien's ability to quickly bound off of walls before leaping onto prey; when "Hellspont found out, he had the scientist fed to the Xenomorph, yet kept the name, having grown accustomed to it. Like the rest of his allies, Richoquet is often cloned if slain through the use of stolen Flash Clone technology. As one might expect, Ricoquet has formed a close allegiance to other Xenomorphs given sapience—Shekrell, Spydr, Pouncer and Sloth; however as it and Pouncer were generated from the same initial Queen, they are thereby even closer than the other sapient Xenomorphs under the whim of "Hellspont". Originally a Panther Alien toy from the Kenner brand Aliens line.


RilEdit

Legacy of Kain character. Nosgothic Vampire. Originally intended as one of the nine new vampire pillar guardians, serving as the Guardian of Nature. They ruled over their children, the Rilim—the Bristleback Vampires.


RilloEdit

Dragon Ball R character. Rillo is a Smokian serving under General Segar. Unlike the others in his platoon, Rillo had, at one time or another, had both of his arms blown off but survived the encounter only to have each replaced with a cybernetic prosthetic. The amazing thing about these arms is that while they normally are capable of general manipulative abilities, they can also convert into energy cannons in the heat of battle. A conversion panel installed into the middle of his back allows these cannons to utilize a bare minimum of ki to convert into non-ki energy, which allows him to use powerful ki attacks that can also not be sensed by those possessing the ability to detect ki signatures (though they will still be able to locate him). If his conversion panel is damaged, he can still convert his arms back to a manipulative state, and despite them being prosthetics, he can still use them to generate normal ki blasts if necessary, though they are weaker than his arm cannons' attacks would be and use the usual amount of ki per attack. Named after a cigarillo.


Rimjob HagfishEdit

Mega Man seX character.


RinEdit

Sonic the Hedgehog character. Chao. Created using Hero / Legend / Legend. Likely rival of Kurobo.


Rinzig _____Edit

A character whose never been officially described or whose description has been forgotten over time.


Robert QuertassEdit

Warcraft character. Half-elf adventurer.


RobcatEdit

A bobcat-themed cat burglar.


Robo-BlendorEdit

Robo-Blendor Concept

Robo-Blendor

A character drawn but, if ever described, the description is currently non-accessible.


RoboeyeEdit

A four-tendriled robot that seems to have been built by the Ailodons. Its "iris" is in fact a digital screen, with a mobile pupil to represent where it is looking.


Robo-Kitty Concept

Robo-Kitty

Robo-KittyEdit

A robotic feline built out of numerous items out of a small junkyard.


Robo-WormEdit

Robo-Worm Concept

Robo-Worm

Earthworm Jim character.


RochailEdit

Daemon Baroness of Sloth. She takes the human guise of a woman named Rochelle McDonald.


Rocket (Somarinoa) Concept

Rocket

RocketEdit

A character drawn but, if ever described, the description is currently non-accessible.


Rogg of the Red CircleEdit

An ogre mage serving the Hidden Council of Diakatan.


RohtEdit

Dead Flies character. Daemon Prince of Sin. He splits into six embodiments, all but one of which are male. These take the Human guises of Thor Steinbach AKA "Gokou-sama" (embodiment of complacency/sloth), Loki Steinbach AKA "The Mad Jackson" (embodiment of wrath), Baldur AKA "Panic@tehCondo" (embodiment of sadness), Mariah AKA "Gokou-chan" (embodiment of _____ and the only female), Tyr AKA "Phoenix King" (embodiment of lust), and "Chibi-Thor" (embodiment of innocence and primary body of Roht outside of Daemon form).


RollerEdit

Benevolent being from Venus. Based on a Moleculer from an unspecified catalog.


Romiko TsukinoEdit

StarGazer character. Psionic Ninja in training by the owl-like Psininja master Owcelet. She is the youngest sister of three, with both Oki and Shiike being older. At the age of 15 she was one of a handful of individuals to personally witness the attack by an alien race, which destroyed the Starlet Mall and surrounding area, leaving many dead. With war starting, her sister Shiike was drafted aboard a star vessel, while her sister Oki was conscripted into the navy aboard another vessel. Master Owcelet feared for Shiike's safety as she had not yet finished training, and so he snuck aboard Shiike's vessel, the StarGazer. Since he obviously could not leave one student behind for another, he had Rumiko sneak aboard as well. Rumiko was quite talented with her Psionic Charm technique and so eventually convinced the crew that she belonged there and obtained her own quarters. Along with her sisters, she is discovered to be evolved from a powerful ancient human race, and utilizes a technology to help her harness her power, helping to turn the tide of the war. Her given name is taken from the name of mangka Rumiko Takahashi, due to not knowing many Japanese names at the time and thereby only using ones I had heard of. Her surname means "moon field" in Japanese, also hinting at her sister Shiike's initial origin out of my high school obsession of Sailor Moon.


Root Sprite Original

Root the Panda.

Root the PandaEdit

Sonic the Hedgehog character.


RoquefortEdit

An anthropomorphic cheese who was often drawn back during the Windows 3.1 era, though his official description has been forgotten. He was allied with numerous other cheeses (such as Edam) as well as Ninja Kitty, but found an enemy in other cheeses such as Limburger.


Roscoe RaccoonEdit

Raccoon member of the Mikey & Friends.


RoseEdit

Character in name only.


Rotate GyraffeEdit

Megaman Tempo character. Mk III Reploid who exists during Megaman Tempo's time. Originally built as a lumberjack Reploid, he watched with horror as, one after another, Reploids of every make and model became corrupted by the Goth Virus. In an attempt to save himself, he took a job as far from civilization as he could find, doing what he was created for. He thought himself safe for several years, but one day was confronted when a ship was shot out of the sky and crashed nearby. Despite his better judgment processes, he investigated and became corrupted by a maverick captain which had been onboard and had been nearly destroyed. Within a week's time he had gone mad and slaughtered the rest of his crew, retrieving the mortally crippled maverick captain for questioning as his mind had not quite gone yet and he wanted to find out who caused his lapse into corruption (although the corrupted parts of his CPU made him wish for only vengeance). Eventually, he got the name of the maverick captain's foe who brought his ship down upon the forest—Tempo. Gyraffe knew his target at this point and begun using the virus within both him and the former captain to corrupt the local machines to begin preparations for bringing about the demise of this maverick hunter who had ruined everything. Gyraffe is best known for his Helichopper technique. Gyraffe's head system is attached to his hips and is held in a hollow of his body structure by magnetic clamps to allow it to stay in its regular placement. However, when he uses Helichopper (originally designed for cutting down trees quickly) the magnetic clamps release and as his body lifts off the ground using chest and abdominal booster jets into a spread eagle formation his neck swings up so as to continue to face forward. At this point his arms and legs convert into extremely sharp and durable blades, and Gyraffe begins rotating quickly; this will last until he cancels it—in battle, he can move across a room multiple times before shutting it down, and can even hover in place without moving for a short stint of time. Eventually, Gyraffe succeeds in bringing Tempo to his forest base, only to find he has underestimated the robot and is killed.


Rotor the DogEdit

Old character who hasn't been redescribed yet. Friend of Trixie the Dog and X the Dog.


RoyceEdit

Centro seer during the Age of the Five Heroes with power over nature. Slain by the minions of Vuul'huukos for aiding the Five Heroes.


Rubber ChickenEdit

An anthropomorphic chicken with a benevolent nature.


Rubiez Concept

Rubiez

RubiezEdit

A daikaiju with a head made of ruby, a stilt leg and a single chainsaw for one of his hands.


Rug EyeEdit

An Ailodon Aigei who was, for some reason or another, sewn into a cybernetic rug capable of flight. The ridiculousness of his existence has led to his rebelling and joining the Ailydatron Resistance Force.


Rugburn CockchaferEdit

Mega Man seX character. Fire-themed Maverick based on a cockchafer.


Rull TorredEdit

Yet-to-be-described character. Name is apparently taken from the phrase "pull rotted".


Rush ManEdit

Rush Man

Rush Man

Mega Man Classic character. Robot Master built by Dr. Kojiro Peppa on the theme of Rush, Mega Man's robot dog companion. This was done due to Dr. Peppa's notice of Mega Man's semi-reliance on the animal in certain spots. This idea only served as inspiration, however, and Rush Man is also built to accomodate for swift movement. His weapon is the Speed Booster.


Rutaba — BatsfordEdit

Dragon Ball R character. Saiyan member of Laiyas' Band. Able to go Mega Saiyan. Named after a rutabaga.


RuthlessEdit

A moderately-sized, toothed serpent or worm-like individual. He is significantly smaller than Bit Her Already but also significantly larger than Bite Her Already.


RykreEdit

An Ailodon Aigei who was genetically altered to possess an actual mouth, in the form of a ragged frightening orifice under his pupil. During the failed Crux invasion, he and several other Ailodons arrived on the planet Earth to aid them; Rykre was severely injured and had much of his body replaced with cybernetics, making him seem more like an Ailydatron than an Aigei. Afterwards, he was one of several of these Ailodons who chose to remain on the planet. Member of the Night-Nukers, a benevolent group.


Ryoko _____Edit

A character whose never been officially described or whose description has been forgotten over time.


RytxEdit

Heroes II Green Dragon

Rytx the Thunderous

Heroes of Might & Magic character. Evil Forest Dragon male, known as Rytx the Thunderous. Made in Heroes as a 12 stack.

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Sajun Pilferpinch IIEdit

Warcraft character. Goblin female, daughter of Sajun Pilferpinch I and heir to the Eye Above Corporation.


Sakuya AngelmechEdit

Code name PF-001, built by insane Dr. Xodiac Gangrene. First prototype Angelmech Warmachine -- built with a personality despite contractor's wishes.


SamaEdit

Gang leader who is a ramen noodle connoisseur.


ScalesEdit

A female scale insect.


Scourgeon (Dr. Kurt Kutemup)Edit

Dr. Kutemup Sneaky MS Sprite

Seeking the solace of sex workers

Scourgeon (formerly Kurt Kutemup) was once a promising surgeon. However, when his fiance left him for his brother he became desperate and ultimately sought the solace of another human being through the ladies of the night found downtown.

Scourgeon appears in Somarinoa's epic RPG is a Merge Mutant that the party encounters thrice, though only fighting him once.

Dr. Kutemup Friendly MS Sprite

Happy to see Rehan's party

He first appears in Chapter 3 as Dr. Kutemup, a depressed surgeon roaming the streets of downtown Analogue City whom the party are able to help, via a couple side quests, get enough confidence to return to his job after his fiance left him. This will cause him to appear in the hospital from then on, where he will happily wave at the player as they pass him.

Scourgeon MS Sprite

Scourgeon after having his arms rebuilt

He returns later when the party return to Analogue City in Chapter 5, where he and a few others are caught at the very epicenter of a wormhole that opens up. This causes he and the others to physically combine with creatures passing through the wormholes, transforming Dr. Kutemup into a strange, beaked reptilian creature with mangled hands. As with the other Merge Mutants, his aggression is ramped up but he flees the area after seeing his hands.

He returns not too long after, having developed large cutting tools to replace his lost hands after making a deal with Driller, the Technoblin. He attacks the party at the behest of Driller, who the party had recently defeated. After his defeat he is left unconscious on the ground and does not reappear again.


Selaph MarieEdit

Original + Warcraft character. Member of the Divine Errant and wielder of the magical lightning rapier, Luminaire. In the Warcraft Universe served as a member of the Knights of the Silver Hand as a Paladin.


Shaddis ClovisEdit

Character in name only.


ShadowsparkEdit

Warcraft character. Assassin for the Starbelt Order.


ShichirinEdit

A cute but incredibly ditzy green haired 16-year-old cheerleader who finds everything to be cute. Ally of Jubei Umewanji, Teppo Kalashnikov, Tina Kinnouteki, Princess Ume Skysetter, Okuribi, and Analogue.


ShockwaveEdit

Shockwave Revitalized

Shockwave

An early HEAT Industries supersoldier who has a metal prosthetic hand coated in silver and polished to allow it to glint brilliantly. He also has a spiked belt which can launch outwards as a makeshift grappling hook or a last stand weapon. His main ability is his deadshot aim, being able to make insane trickshots from unfathomable distances or under unlikely circumstances. He wears a helmet with a heads-up display. He would later come to be one of the three original members of the SCUM of the Earth, alongside fellow HEAT supersoldiers Bladz and Restock. Shockwave originates from Texas and has a Texan drawl. Despite his supersoldier status, he is proud of his heritage and doesn't tend to wear anything other than his preferred street clothes, which include blue jeans and a t-shirt over a fringed leather jacket, leather gloves, and pointed tip cowboy boots.


Silly SealEdit

Baby harp seal member of the Mikey & Friends.


SkaarsnikEdit

Warcraft character. Orc hunter, once confused for Skarsnik Gobblatropolis.


SkankylosaurEdit

Character currently in name only.


Skarsnik GobblatropolisEdit

Warcraft character. Goblin hunter.


Skash DeadshadowEdit

Warcraft character. Father of Grihm Bloodtusk and former member of the Blackrock Clan, he joined his son's clan, the Crimson Fang Clan, upon its proving itself worthy. However when the devious Perenus Darkmoore took over the clan for his own nefarious purposes, he ensorcelled Skash to serve him as his own bodyguard. Dursh, Durosha, and Grihm were forced to fight Skash to reclaim Grihm's rightful place as chieftain, ultimately leading to Dursh's death. Skash recovered after Perenus' defeat and stood by his son's side.


SkippyEdit

An individual Mud Dabbler.


SkritchEdit

A Goblin that appears in Final Fantasy Z.


Skwail or SkellEdit

Character currently in name only.


Slorp BloodriverEdit

Warcraft character. Husband of Slushi Bloodriver, father to Blurph and Gwagg, and uncle to Kalathas.


Slushi BloodriverEdit

Warcraft character. Wife of Slorp Bloodriver, mother to Blurph and Gwagg, and aunt to Kalathas.


SlushEdit

  • Laavol that 'infects' humanoids to work as a "Marvel Symbiote" for a time.
  • Must constantly replenish its host as it quickly eats away at them.
  • Must hide eye somewhere on body, usually in small of back.


Slutthroat EelEdit

Character currently in name only. Weak to the Slutcracker weapon.


Smelifaysfut McTinkernutzEdit

Warcraft character. Ignorant Gnome warrior.


SnapperEdit

An insane click beetle.


SnippyEdit

Warcraft character. Young reef crawler.


SongbirdEdit

Female Plague Doctor serving Black Death.


SpringheelEdit

Springheel is another bounty hunter who is currently on Tozera when the Telephus lands. A mysterious figure of an unclassified species, he soon becomes Lesk's nemesis, due to reasons Lesk doesn't personally know. Springheel has a powerful jumping ability, which he eventually forcefully leaves Lesk as his form of the High Jump Boots. He is a highly aggressive character.


Sprockett SlidevalveEdit

Warcraft character. Gnomish warrior.


StacieEdit

A dream girl who appeared in one of Somarinoa's dreams.


Stekou of the NetherwingEdit

Warcraft character. Netherwhelp.


SubwooferEdit

A member of the superhero team based in Anchorage, Alaska: the A Street Brigade, alongside Gunakatan, Needleball, Professor Sparkle, The Southern Dynamo, and Vibestress. He is a master of sound control. His secret identity is DJ Curtis Vodka. Based on a single image of my current friend group when I spent all my time at the A Street Event Hall.


SupercycleEdit

A member of the insect rebellion.


Susitna Ka'susitnaEdit

Slannai chief. Is currently at war with the current leader of the Kraven, High Sorceress Queen Zoey. At least in the story of Long Story, this war is being puppeteered by Raine, a recent Vampire Lord who is using the fighting to further his own machinations and who has secretly been turning Slannai into his own personal coven. Named after two rivers in Alaska -- the Susitna River and the Little Susitna (or Kasusitna) River.

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Taelnasara of the Green DragonflightEdit

Warcraft character. Green Dragon.


TalggEdit

Talgg Form 2 Concept

Talgg

Dragon Ball R character. A general in Hypotherm's Saiyan Extermination Squads. He chooses to remain in his second form. When it comes to combating and killing foes, he is incredibly brutal.


TarsalisEdit

A giant beetle-demon who had attacked ancient Egypt millennia before modern times. Although we wreaked havoc on the region at the time, he was defeated. He opened a time gateway to an unspecified era in the future but was only able to get his foot through the door (literally) before he was slain. Quickly dying he moved his soul into the toe claws and let the rest of his body perish, closing the time portal and severing the foot from the body yet freeing it from the creature's defeat.

He finds himself in the modern age where after some failed attempts to rule the world on his own, he makes a pact with the superhero Beetle and attaches himself to Beetle's back. Here he uses his powers to change his limb into varying insect parts to better serve Beetle, all the while figuring out how to regain his control over the world and keeping his new partner none the wiser.

Formerly known as "Tarsal Segments" until being renamed in 2014 to fit in with Somarinoa's modern mythos.


Tatsio (Io)Edit

Dragon Ball R character. Saiyan member of Laiyas' Band. Able to go Mega Saiyan. Appears in Dragon Ball Revenge.


Teppo KalashnikovEdit

A brash Russian tomboy 18-year-old who is a little TOO into firearms thanks to her doomsday prepper father, Otto. Ally of Jubei Umewanji, Shichirin, Tina Kinnouteki, Princess Ume Skysetter, Okuribi, and Analogue.


Tery DomatoEdit

Diakatanian Human architect who focuses upon building residential houses.


The Blighted SoulEdit

Warcraft character. Death Knight.


The Desert EagleEdit

Killer & Sass character. Nature agent working for the Organization during Killer & Sass' defection.


The FetishistEdit

Bladderback character in name only.


The MeatsockEdit

Bladderback character in name only.


The MicrolichEdit

Warcraft character. A Lil' K.T. used during several item transfers, given a nefarious backstory for the Bloodriver Bandits.


The PubarianEdit

Bladderback character in name only.


The Red PissantEdit

Bladderback character in name only.


The Southern DynamoEdit

A member of the superhero team based in Anchorage, Alaska: the A Street Brigade, alongside Gunakatan, Needleball, Professor Sparkle, Subwoofer, and Vibestress. He has electric powers. His secret identity is Thor Steinbach. Based on a single image of my current friend group when I spent all my time at the A Street Event Hall.


The SuperbeastEdit

Superbeast Concept

The Superbeast

A massive creature created unintentionally by a group of heroes finishing a deceased alchemist's final experiment by bringing body parts of the strongest monsters in the world and mixing them in a vat.


Thor ThunderhammerEdit

Warcraft character. Dwarven warrior.


Thragg SkullchuckerEdit

Warcraft character. Former Old Horde general murdered by Gorax Headcrusher to form Gorax's Band.


Throd ThunderhammerEdit

Warcraft character. Dwarven female.


Thundvalt BronzehammerEdit

Warcraft character. Dwarven priest.


Tina KinnoutekiEdit

A Nekoan "cat-girl" member of The Out-Timers who forced herself into the group due to a sexual desire to mate with the ronin samurai Jubei Umewanji. Notable for her huge breasts. She is technically an ally to Shichirin, Tina Kinnouteki, Princess Ume Skysetter, Okuribi, and Analogue, though she considers them all rivals to her forced affection towards Jubei, even those not interested in him.


TofuEdit

A Froggot monk from the nation of Kine who constantly consumes ramen. Master of Hashi-Fu.


Tokkadormu of the Bronze DragonflightEdit

Warcraft character. Male bronze dragon.


TornadoEdit

A HEAT Industries supersoldier. Arch-rival of Lightning.


TorpedoEdit

A Zeala whose armored suit allows him to "convert" into a torpedo shape to speed effortlessly through water.


Tridip Molina BrolaEdit

Character currently in name only.


Triselly SputtersteamEdit

Warcraft character. Gnomish rogue female.


Trö SturnbatchEdit

Original + Warcraft character. In Warcraft, served as a male human Dalaran mage.


TurreteigaEdit

Turreteiga Hover MS Sprite

Turreteiga

A Sumatara freedom fighter fighting against the Scourge. Formerly known as "Turret Tiger".


Twisti TinkgearEdit

Warcraft character. Gnomish rogue female.


Tyne WatsonEdit

Character in name only. Female.

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Uclagosa of the Blue DragonflightEdit

Blue Dragon female.


UggresEdit

Character in name only. Information not yet described.


UkyoEdit

Old character who has not yet been revitalized into the modern mythos.


Ulriel FadeleafEdit

Night Elf male rogue.


Ulro GaliphEdit

Known as "the Fierce Tiger", Ulro is a former mime who has learned to use his talents in the midst of battle. He owns very little personal belongings, with his most treasured possession being a cat. He now serves in King Taius' Divine Errant. His name is a combination of Coulrophobia (fear of clowns) and Gallophobia/Galiophobia (fear France or French culture).


Ume SkysetterEdit

Princess of the High Elf capital of <<town name currently slips my mind>>. She is a bit tomboyish and cares little for her position as princess of the High Elves, and upon meeting the Out-Timers insists that she be allowed to tag along with the rag-tag group. While apprehensive to allow her to go on such a potentially dangerous quest, her father made two of her assistants to follow her. Ume took one of her family's inherited magical items with her as well - a gauntlet that allows her to weird any weapon or item in one hand (the one wearing the gauntlet, specifically). Oddly, despite High Elves typically possessing blond hair, the Skysetter family possesses vibrant green hair in a similar manner to their cousin race, the Snow Elves.


UnitronEdit

Character in name only. Information not yet described.


Urethra Franklin