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Autobots of Freedom City Elite - if unconventional - team operating in full view of the human public, seeking to improve relationships between Earth and Cybertron. Lilium Magnus - Alt-mode is an accommodating minivan painted with a delightful flower motif. Undisputed ruler of a Cybertronian colony world. Gaian Prime - Transforms into an unassuming beige sedan. Wielder of the unfathomably powerful Star Saber. Tiamat - Headmaster who considers her massive dragon alt-mode her 'true' form. Comrade - Rusted out Soviet-era saloon. Affects an exaggerated accent. May actually be a variant of sparkeater. Solomus - Takes his name from one of the Thirteen. Rescue helicopter alt-mode equipped with loudspeakers. Interceptobots / Warden A combiner team formed of emergency response vehicles. Jacknife - Transforms into a fire engine, with his trademark swords forming his alt-mode's extendable ladder. Forms the torso and combiner-sized sword. Willow - Forest ranger off-road pickup truck. Robot mode has distinctive white pneumatics resembling hair. Forms the right arm. Bombshell - Classic sports car with concealed police siren. Has a bit too much fun messing with human law enforcement. Forms the left arm. Cure-All - Ambulance; spends a lot of time working in vehicle mode. Equipped with force field generators. Forms the right leg. Harrier - Armoured SWAT vehicle with an imposing pike. Spent centuries as a drone until shell program was broken. Forms the left leg. Gecko - Outrageously green motorcycle. Very close with human mechanic ally Elizabeth. Forms the chest plate/emblem. Dragonfly - Prototype single-seat aircraft with additional laser canon mode. Insists she is not actually part of the Interceptobots. Vince Villa and Elizabeth Lawless - Human allies. Dutemps Pretenders Protected by Senator Vulpes Caerus this group of outcasts uses mass-shifting technology to achieve three forms: a normal robot mode, robotic versions of monsters from Earth and Cybertron's mythologies and a 'Pretender' mode which can pass for human! Vulpes Caerus - Deceptively small mnemosurgeon with a turbofox alt-mode. Often introduces herself as 'Blue Fox' rather than reveal her high ranking status. Wraith - Adopts the form of a metal-eating horror of Cybertronian legend. Sentio metallico never fully solidified. Ghoststorm - Monster mode based on accounts of the Necrobot. Malfunctioning teleportation equipment allows passing through solid objects. Gruesome - Expert in human popular culture, based her monster mode on human ideas about alien invaders. Temperance - Outlier with uncanny control over dihydrogen monoxide. Monster mode appears to be made of ice. Tigerstripe - Bestial monster mode after a failed Transmetal 2 conversion. Master of Metallikato. Aquarius - Amphibious, frog-like monster mode. Uses mass-shifting to fit anything in her mouth. Mouth is pretty big to begin with anyway. Singularity - Not a Pretender, shares a chassis mold with Wander. Stays close to Aquaria and prefers not to fight. Black Nihilor - Deception defector who deals in the power of dark energon - the blood of Unicron. Took her name from a city destroyed during the war. Sean Tulip and Betty 'Blue' Byrd - Human allies. Knights of Liberty Pattern themselves after a legendary order that protected the rights of all sentient beings. Edgimus - Sports car alt-mode that looks like it was designed by an enthusiastic youth - chrome exhaust pipes, massive spoiler, bombastic paint job. Midnight - Black motorcycle with sidecars that deploy into different equipment. Assumed to have a damaged voice box, actually just doesn't talk much. Wander - Heavy duty SUV who saw traumatizing action fighting Terrorcons during the war. Tends to uproot street lamps to use as weapons. Cobalt Tempus - Semi truck with a trailer that transforms into even larger armour. Uses a Cyber Planet Key to deploy additional weaponry. Phalanx - Passenger jet alt-mode. Frequently saves the day by carrying actual passenger jets to safety. Psyche - Compact hybrid with an eye-popping paint job. Outlier capable of picking up the thoughts of other Cybertronians. Monsoon - Speed boat. Not entirely opposed to the idea of just conquering Earth. For the humans' own good, of course. Veronica 'Red' Byrd - Human ally. Misc. Shadowset and Sekhmech - Beast-formers from a colony world where Cybertronians are worshiped as gods by the native organics. Sun Walker - Transmetal beast-former with a robotic monkey alt-mode and a bestial robot mode. The Phantom Prime - Said to be a servant of the Thirteen. Titanic space cruiser alt-mode. Fabulous cape in robot mode. Almechist - Prim and proper Headmaster accidentally bonded to a rampaging Dinobot. Sparkler - Jet alt-mode. Everybody knows you can't trust jets, so tall and always thinking they're better than everyone! Frostbyte - Extremely friendly snowplow fascinated by human clothing. Frequently leaves roads snowier than before. Fast-Forward - Decepticon deserter turned entertainer. Sports car with gull-wing doors. Hologram - Decepticon deserter turned entertainer. Stylish but practical minivan. Thoughtspeed - Young bot raised by Fast-Forward and Hologram. Front-wheel drive coupe.
Bluebird Café Staff Eve Martel - French gymnast turned small business owner kept out of the Olympics by an injury. Frosty and authoritative, she never forgets a customer and knows their order before they do. Comes from money, making it on her own. Hella gay. Kimber Storm - Bubbly and gregarious barista determined to strike up a conversation with everyone who comes through the door. Sugar and caffeine consumption off the charts; rarely sleeps. In charge of pastries. Probably more than a little bit gay. Indira Singh - Unfailingly polite barista with numerous metal piercings. Has a habit of appearing behind customers undetected. Sees everything, knows what you did, doesn't judge. In charge of latte art. Doesn't subscribe to your gender binary. Eric LaCroix - Cool and collected night shift barista. Sympathetic ear and zen master of comfort food, stuck hearing about everyone’s relationship woes. Frontman for a rockabilly band that plays live at Criminal Records once a week. Half gay, half decaf. Regulars Tara Bulle - Melodramatic aspiring poet who practically lives in the café. Probably not her real name. Tries very hard to be well liked, has a dark sense of humour. Doesn't like to talk about her last bad breakup. Maybe gay? Detective Erin White - Stern police officer with a carefully controlled hot temper. Frugal and hard working, she came up from nothing. Soft spot for cats. Only recently allowed to carry a nightstick again after 'the incident'. Not gay, stop asking. Detective Mark Lucas - Unusually upbeat police officer with a carefree attitude. Absurdly good luck and a deep belief in justice make him the golden boy of the force. Determined to make his partner laugh. If gay means happy then absolutely! House of Waffles Staff Erik Espadas - Outgoing owner of a 24 hour diner and father of four. Makes genuinely terrible coffee but amazing waffles, pancakes and other breakfast foods. Somehow finds time to also head up the local business owner’s association, too. You’d think, but no. Ellie Espadas - Long-suffering, sarcastic waitress working at the family diner to help pay for medical school. Here to hear your order, not your life story but enjoys verbal sparring matches with the right sort of person. Totes magotes gay. Steve Murdock - Soft spoken cook who prefers to stay in back. Bit of a sad sack but appreciates the little things other people take for granted. The reason the HoW has had one - and only one - attempted robbery. All we’re saying is nobody’s ever seen his girlfriend. Chris Kenzie - Excitable delivery boy and short order cook. Has a bad habit of making up completely incomprehensible slang for daily specials. Gets into a lot of accidents of his bike but heals surprisingly quickly. Needs to stop trying to get people to call him ‘metrosexual’. Regulars Seth Gibson - Outrageous hipster never seen without a smart phone in hand. The sole reason the House of Waffles has vegan options on the menu. A legitimate social media savant who makes sure community events are well attended. More pan than a wok. Sakinah Mataraci - Tolerates hanging out with Seth for completely unknown reasons. Brash and outspoken, sometimes allows her better judgement to be overruled by her temper. Secretly binge watches drama series on Netflix. A whisker too gay to be straight. Joe's Hardware Staff Joe Macayle - Affable punk rocker who inherited the hardware store from his grandfather. Acts as the community handyman, finds he has to talk a lot to make up for his employees. Doesn’t need to know why you’re buying all that rope, thanks. Mara Hallomen - Definitely too smart to be working in a hardware store but she likes having all the free time to work on her own projects. Chronically grumpy, she’d forget to eat most days if the House of Waffles wasn’t right next door. For realsies gay. Trevor Hunter - In charge of the automotive section of the store, he dresses in black and makes wearing sunglasses inside work. Nearly monosyllabic. Subsists mainly on coffee and engine grease, spends his breaks at the Bluebird Café. Gay for lady cops. Jessie White - Works in the stock room, avoids interacting with customer's at all costs. Met Aquaria in therapy after the same event that led her sister to become a cop. Likes to paint but too self-conscious to display her work. Doesn't function well enough to gay. Aquaria Innsmouth - Excitable worker in gardening supplies. Grew up in a remote commune, has odd ideas about basically everything. Sings regularly at Criminal Records, has Jessie paint her backdrops. Hella platonically codependent. Rock of Ages Rare Books Staff Tarrant McLeod - Appropriately bookish and dusty, has a love of learning and teaching. Needs to be occasionally reminded that he’s not running a library. A grounded voice of reason on the local business owner’s association. Flattered, but not gay. Gina Evans - In charge of acquisitions and keeping the stock room in order, which ends up being enough work for two people. Never, ever, ever deals with customer’s face to face, can track down any book you need from behind her computer. Not nearly well adjusted enough to gay. Teagan Delphyne - Aggressive saleswoman with an intimidating smile. Rarely lets a customer leave without buying something, has no patience for lookie-loos. Recently took up hot yoga and lost a lot of weight. Gay for Susan B. Anthony dollars. Sean Tulink - Stock boy and go-fer who read a few philosophy textbooks and thinks he’s more advanced than everyone he meets. Civic minded and helpful but only really listens to Gina. Finds your notions about sexuality archaic and quaint. Regulars Dr. Dimitri Peshkov - Local veterinarian and a bit of an eccentric creep, albeit ultimately harmless. Likes books about WWII and ancient mythology, particularly Russian translations. Any warm body will do! Siobhan Drake - Member of LaCroix’s band and occult aficionado. Gets into frequent arguments with Peshkov over rare books and whether keeping a pet raccoon is a good idea. Not all wiccans, guys. Criminal Records Staff Richard Cline - Half of an eighties New Wave duo with Paige. Opened a record shop with the royalties from their one-hit wonder, insists it sounds better on vinyl. Introduces acts at Criminal Records' open mic nights with an endless stream of dad jokes and dated references. Gay for Duran Duran. Paige Cline - The business sense behind Criminal Records, convinced Richard to diversify beyond cassettes. Organizes shelves and open mic nights. Attributes uncanny ability to know what people are thinking to 'mom senses'. Everybody was experimenting in the eighties, you know. Regulars Natalya Peshkov - AKA Talya Browning: amateur jazz singer, professional knockout. Stays in her stage persona around new people and inquisitive police detectives. In a serious relationship with Erik and Min Espadas; geometrically gay. Huang Faretti - Smugly handsome indie rock teen. Never buys anything but has a lot of opinions about what everyone will be listening to in the future. Embarrassed by his supportive parents and excellent home life. Leather-jacket-in-summer gay. Fleur de Joie Florist and Wedding Planners Staff Stesha Madison - Florist, single mother and divorcee. Fully aware of the irony, thank you. Known and well liked by everyone in the community, the real power behind the local business owner’s association and every block party. Sometimes wishes she were gay. Min Espadas - An old soul with a green thumb and a font of new-agey wisdom. Known to be nauseatingly publicly affectionate with Erik and Talya. Talks to trees to help develop their ‘cosmic energy’. In charge of large arrangements and landscaping. Cross polinates. Carson Keefe - Smooth talking wedding singer and ordained officiant. Charming and easy-going if a little old fashioned. Seems to end up volunteering for every good cause that crosses his path, somehow keeps his obligations straight. Not gay, not that there’s anything wrong with that. Eliza Oxum - Up and coming ice sculptor with a strong sense of social justice. Also does deliveries for smaller orders. Splits her free time between Rock of Ages and training at the local pool. Goes with the flow. Sweet Dreams Bakery Staff Doctor Elis Sanford - Left a successful practice to start the bakery his late wife always talked about. At times melancholy but a good listener. Prescribes different cupcakes based on the day a customer is having. Doesn't need to defend his frilly apron. Raina Sanderson - Assigned to Sweet Dreams through her high school co-op program. Enjoys firing up the oven more than is probably normal. Impressive collection of plush monkeys, unimpressed by everything else. One time on a dare.