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Alex Williams

 "Sweet Christmas, that's stupid fresh!"



Samus Aran

  • Action Girl: Hell yeah.
  • Badass: It's Samus Aran. What do you think?
    • Badass in Distress: Yeah, Eggplant Wizard gets the drop on her. That doesn't stop her from dominating almost every situation she's in with him.
  • Combat Pragmatist: She does not care about Eggplant Wizard's plots. She just shoots him in the face with a mega bomb.


Cecil Harvey

  • Badass: So far we didn't really see him in combat much, but he did curbstomp powered-up Antlion.
  • Last Second Chance: During his confrontation with Spoony he repeatedly warns him that serving the Sovereign will ultimately only bring sorrow even to Spoony himself and offers to help him.
  • The Paladin
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Spoony's reason for revenge on Cecil was because back in Final Fantasy IV, Cecil not only changed his name to Spoony, but also immediately killed him every time he was alive in a random encounter. Though in Cecil's defense, the fault lies with Alex as he was playing the game and controlling Cecil, and he wanted Edward dead because it meant more EXP for the rest of the party.

Mega Man

Green Mega Man

  • Badass Adorable: The Trope Namer
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: He even insists on saving Amon after he accidentally launched him into the Desert of Shattered Dreams.
  • Does Not Know His Own Strength: Sort of. While he appears to be well aware of how strong he is, he does not quite know the formula for imparting kinetic energy. When he is told he forgot to square the velocity after hitting Amon, Amon goes from knocked back a few feet, to being launched several thousand fast enough to create a sonic boom, and through a few dunes into a desert that denies sprites their resistances.
  • Heroic Mime: Like in Crono's case, it's only Alex who can't hear him.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: After knocking Amon into a desert.
  • Sharing a Body / Split Personality: In Captain SNES universe the original Mega Man and the Mega Man from Captain N may be two separate entities. More specifically, Green Mega Man is a program created by Dr Wright that may be only sharing a body with the original Mega Man. However, the relation between them isn't entirely clear - Mega Man insists that they are not the same being, while Green Mega Man wants to make him admit they are.
  • Sliding Scale of Idealism Versus Cynicism: Very much on the idealistic end, maybe even to the point when he can't understand why someone wouldn't share his beliefs:

Schrödinger the cat





  • Genius Ditz: Alex sees him as this. He comes across as not overly bright, but put him in a situation that plays to his strengths and he's pretty damn good at it. Or as Bass would put it, pretty damn evil at it.


  • Worf Has The Flu: The reason Vegeta doesn't swoop in and kick Daos' ass is because he's got hypertension and can no longer fight.

Doctor Wright

  • Butt Monkey
  • Genius Ditz: Dr. Wright has generally been shown acting like a complete moron, but he did reformat Mega Man into his super-strong Captain N iteration and helped build the Gate, which is essentially a Cosmic Keystone which keeps the reality of the desert from completely isolating, if not outright consuming, their universe. In addition, he has more than once realized things that Mega Man didn't -- most importantly, the fact that Roll was Sorrow-Touched.


The Sovereign of Sorrow


  • Beware the Silly Ones: He's an annoying, hyperactive pop-up virus. He's also working to end existence.
  • Bunny Ears Lawyer/Obfuscating Stupidity: He's either putting on an act to get people to underestimate him, or he using his annoying, hyperactive personality to put people off. But he's pretty damn dangerous given his access to the environment systems.

Eggplant Wizard

Kain Highwind

 Soon my dear Rose, you will be mine!"

 Kain is the reason you don't want your 3rd edition D&D fighter to have a Will save of -1. Because you'll end up getting manipulated by every asshole and their mother who can cast charm person.


Daos, Gades and Amon

  • Badass: All of them.
  • Badass Boast: Probably a half or more of their lines are this.
  • Big Bad Wannabes: Of "could legitimately be Big Bad if the real Big Bad wasn't even more Badass than they are" variety.
  • Deader Than Dead: Daos and Gades, suggested by Word of God.
  • Jerkass Gods: Alex certainly thinks so.
  • Karmic Death: Daos and Gades die feeling for the first time the same feeling they tried to bring upon countless innocent people: terror.
  • Mind Rape: Stated by Alex to be what they did to Sailor Mercury.
  • Out-Gambitted: The Sinistrals wanted to get the Shard of Tears because the Sovereign of Sorrow told them it would give them power over her, which in turn would allow them to free Erim from her influence as well as make them practically invincible. They went to the Nexus because the Sovereign told them that's were the Shard was. She also told them that the Gamemaster is her champion, so when they met Alex in Nexus they wanted to kill him or at least make him serve them. It looked like the Sinistrals were on their way to become the Big Bads of the story... until Alex pointed out that going to the Nexus and fighting him was exactly what the Sovereign wanted them to do, as it meant that her enemies, instead of trying to fight her, would fight against each other. Which is what ultimately happened - Alex ended up killing two of the Sinistrals, but not before learning that he couldn't oppose the Sovereign without paying a price.
  • Physical Gods
  • Pride: One of their defining traits. As Alex pointed out, upon meeting someone who's more powerful than they are or at least refuses to bend to their will, the Sinistrals just refuse to let it go; their arrogance blinds them and they can only think about killing or subjugating their opponent. This eventually leads to Daos's and Gades's undoing and to Amon being trapped on the Desert of Shattered Dreams.
  • Your Mom: Mega Man manages to enrage Amon by saying this. Why a physical incarnation would be so agitated over this is a mystery, seeing as how Amon doesn't actually have parents.

Alex's Flaws


  • The Ditz: Which begs the interesting philosophical question: is the author telling us that hatred naturally makes you stupid?
  • Look Behind You!: Fell for it 3 times.
    • Crying Wolf: The fourth time there really was a naked Alanis Morrisette behind him.
  • Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath
  • Too Dumb to Live: He is actually the embodiment of Alex's hatred of what Alex hates the most. i.e.: stupid people

Alanis Morrisette




Max Force

  • Ax Crazy
  • Druggies VS Non-Druggies Morality
  • Insane Troll Logic: During their confrontation, after Mario dodges his bullets and teases him for it, Max Force claims he did not miss Mario because he was actually shooting a drug tree, invisible drug beetles and drug-filled air molecules.
  • Knight Templar: Max Force makes Miko Miyazaki look like a saint in comparison.
  • Mind Probe: Subjected to one by Magus, whom was attempting to find out just what happened to him. Ended up as a...
  • Mind Rape: When Magus tried to dig a little too forcibly.
  • Sliding Scale of Idealism Versus Cynicism: Pre-Great Change/Touch, he was incredibily idealistic. Pre-Touched Max was more than willing to fight an impossible battle not expecting to win, but because its moraly right. Post-Great Change/Touch on the other hand...



 Edward: HO HO HO!

Rydia: That's Santa Claus's laugh, Golbez Jr.

    • That is, until he stops playing around.
  • Villain Forgot to Level Grind: Due to Alex playing FFIV and ordering Cecil to kill Spoony every time he was alive in a random encounter, the only EXP Spoony obtained was in his only mandatory story battle, otherwise he remains at the same level that he joined the party in the game. As a result, he can't even touch Cecil, since Alex level grinded him to Lv99.


Ryan (Alex's captor)

  • Divided We Fall: He can't exactly be called truly evil. Both he and Alex want to protect the Videoland, but that doesn't stop them from fighting over which one of them should be the Game Master.
  • Gosh Dang It to Heck: He hates Alex's tendency to swear and tries to either completely avoid swearing himself (he even refuses to say 'bastard') or at worst use very mild (like 'heck') or made-up cuss words.

 Ryan: What the frick just happened?!?!?!

Alex: (...) Don't use fake swear words. That's just dumb.

 Alex: For fuck's sake, we're friends.

Ryan: Don't... call me that!

Alex: I know it doesn't feel like it now, but we've got history together! Good history!


Doctor Wily

King Hippo

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