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Mystic Guardians is a new spin-off created by jjsthekid. Although it is set in the SpongeBob universe, it does not take place in Bikini Bottom or involve SpongeBob characters in any way, making it jjs' first spin-off to do this. Jjs wanted to build his own world and have it separate from the rest of the SpongeBob world, feeling it gave him more creative freedom.

EpisodesEdit

Season 1Edit

1. Secrets (Part 1) (Post Date: January 16th, 2016)

2. Secrets (Part 2) (Post Date: January 16th, 2016)

3. Rivalries (Post Date: January 23rd, 2016)

4. Birthday (Post Date: January 30th, 2016)

5. Cyborg (Post Date: February 5th, 2016)

6. Popular (Post Date: February 12th, 2016)

7. Framed (Post Date: February 20th, 2016)

8. Resistant (Post Date: February 27th, 2016)

9. Thief (Post Date: March 5th, 2016)

10. Friend (Post Date: March 12th, 2016)

11. Whiteout (Post Date: March 19th, 2016)

12. Princess (Post Date: March 21st, 2016)

13. Deception (Post Date: March 22nd, 2016)

14. Crawlies (Post Date: March 23rd, 2016)

15. Bounty (Post Date: March 24th, 2016)

16. Stakeout (Post Date: March 25th, 2016)

17. Teamwork (Post Date: April 2nd, 2016)

18. Warrior (Post Date: April 9th, 2016)

19. Switch (Post Date: April 16th, 2016)

20. Motorized (Post Date: April 23rd, 2016)

21. Thesis (Post Date: April 30th, 2016)

22. Icebound (Post Date: May 7th, 2016)

23. Eyes (Post Date: May 14th, 2016)

24. Machina (Post Date: May 21st, 2016)

25. Red (Post Date: May 28th, 2016)

26. Checkmate (Post Date: June 4th, 2016)

Season 2Edit

27. Things Change (Post Date: August 6th, 2016)

28. Prison Break (Post Date: August 13th, 2016)

29. Cold Case (Post Date: August 20th, 2016)

30. Smasher Returns (Post Date: August 27th, 2016)

31. Evil Stone (Post Date: September 3rd, 2016)

32. In Dreams (Post Date: September 10th, 2016)

33. Blooming Friendship (Post Date: September 17th, 2016)

34. Double Trouble (Post Date: October 1st, 2016)

35. Royal Heroes (Post Date: October 8th, 2016)

36. Between Brothers (Post Date: October 15th, 2016)

37. Mirror Mirror (Post Date: October 22nd, 2016)

38. Stay Gold (Post Date: October 29th, 2016)

39. Skorch Strikes (Post Date: November 5th, 2016)

40. Ultra Power (Post Date: November 19th, 2016)

41. Rotwell Files (Post Date: November 26th, 2016)

42. Zero Memory (Post Date: December 3rd, 2016)

43. Cowboy Nick (Post Date: December 10th, 2016)

44. Kingdom Come (Post Date: January 7th, 2017)

45. Queen Valina (Post Date: January 14th, 2017)

46. Enemy Mine (Post Date: January 21st, 2017)

47. Ancient Ghosts (Part 1) (Post Date: January 28th, 2017)

48. Ancient Ghosts (Part 2) (Post Date: January 28th, 2017)

49. Darkest Knight (Post Date: February 4th, 2017)

50. Magnum Opus (Post Date: February 11th, 2017)

51. Broodwing's Con (Post Date: February 18th, 2017)

52. Legal Trap (Post Date: February 25th, 2017)

Season 3Edit

Coming this spring.

53. The Muffin Mess (Post Date: April 15th, 2017)

54. Nick: The Wizard (Post Date: April 22nd, 2017)

55. Partners in Crime (Post Date: April 29th, 2017)

56. Mermaid Team Go!

57. I Hate Rotwell


CharactersEdit

(Note: This section contains spoilers. Read with caution, or ignore if you don't want to be spoiled. Seriously, if you don't want to be spoiled, then scroll up or get off this page. Come on man, stop before it's too late-)


Heroes Edit

Guardians Edit

Madison: The main leader of the guardians. She is Jake's adoptive sister, since she was adopted by Henry and Susan. She was mysteriously found outside their old house one day; it is unknown who her real parents are. She controls the heart that transform the girls into mermaids. She is 17 years old as of "Birthday". As of Season 2, she can now control Aether.

Tori: One of Madison's friends, she controls Water. She tends to be very snarky, and likes extreme sports such as motorbiking. As of Season 2, she can also change the color of her clothes and use mind control.

Cynthia: One of Madison's friends, she controls Earth. She tends to be a bit judgmental and rude, but gets better as she goes along. She is also obsessed with fashion and the way she looks. She is 17 years old as of "Teamwork". As of Season 2, she can make herself appear older and also use telekinesis.

Audrey: One of Madison's friends, she controls Wind. She tends to be the nicest of the group, and is into art. As of Season 2, she can also turn invisible, float in the air (while not in guardian form), and manipulate sound through the air.

Knights Edit

Jake: The red knight, who is the leader and the youngest of the knights. He is Madison's brother. He had been secretly training to be a knight at Ranen's dojo with the other knights. He was cocky about the position in "Rivalries", but learns to take it more seriously as time goes on. In "Blooming Friendship", his red knight stone gives him the ability to shield himself from magical threats.

Cameron: The blue knight, whose father was the previous red knight. He was originally jealous Jake was given the red knight stone over him, and had a rivalry with him, but they work out their differences as time goes on. In "Mirror Mirror", his blue knight stone gains the abilities of reflecting attacks, increasing weapon's power, and attacking through reflective surfaces.

Nick: The green knight. He is the goofiest of the bunch, by over-analyzing situations which can sometimes help the crew. He tends to work with Zero on science experiments, or new devices for the team. It is revealed in "Teamwork" he is 22 years old. He has an analyzation power that lets him read people's auras, as he waves his fin in the air, showing a green glow over them. It is revealed in "Machina" he obtained this power in a strange accident. In "Cold Case", his green knight stone gains the abilities to increase his strength, jumping, and speed.

Professor Zero: The silver knight, and a professor. He used to work for the Federation before finding about their true plans, and after fleeing, joined Ranen. In "Cyborg", it is revealed he is a half-cyborg fish, who mysteriously wound up in Posidonia one day. His origins are currently unknown. Before joining the Federation, he went to an esteemed university. In "Double Trouble", his silver knight stone gains the power to undo the effects of magical potions. In "Zero Memory", his stone gains the power of conducting electricity, and giving him immunity to it. He forms a relationship with Darlene at the end of the same episode.

Prince Flinn: The gold knight, and a prince of Ottelia, a country allied with Posidonia. He is first seen in "Royal Heroes", visiting to meet with Skipper. However, he later sees the heroes have the gold knight stone, which belonged to Ottelia. He angrily takes it back from them, but is attacked by Vinerox. After the heroes save him, he thanks them, apologizing for his quick actions. He later explains the stone belonged to an ancient warrior from Ottelia, who claimed to hail from Karmania, and it was kept as a treasure for Ottelia until it was lost. The gang decides to let him keep the stone, and he promises he will protect it until it bonds to someone. In "Stay Gold", he tries to bond with the stone after seeing a vision in it, doing multiple good deeds, but has no luck. He uses his test dummy robot to save the girls and Jake from The White Knight, after going to Posidonia to ask on how to bond with the stone. He then goes with the gang to confront Argros, Morgana, Thorn, Vinerox, and The White Knight in a trainyard. He saves Cameron from one of The White Knight's attacks, and the stone lets him transform into the gold knight. He is able to help defeat them, and his gold stone allows him to break the spell Valina casted, which prevented them from being imprisoned. Zero gives him his own knight bracelet, and he bids farewell to them, saying if they ever need his help, he will always be available. He will not be a regular knight due to having a job at Ottelia. He speaks with a Scottish accent.

Trent: The white knight, and a popular student at Posidonia Fields High School, first seen in "Birthday". He is also Valina's son. He doesn't like being called popular though, and has a softer side to him. He becomes friends with Jake in "Popular", and forms a relationship with Madison in "Icebound". As of "Rotwell Files", he has been trapped inside the White Knight stone. He is separated from the evil White Knight in "Kingdom Come", and still has the white knight bracelet. He does not to join the heroes right away, unsure how to react to everything that has happened, but they are glad he's safe. He defeats the evil White Knight in "Darkest Knight", becoming the sole white knight.

Other Allies Edit

Elana: One of Cynthia's best friends, who turns out to be the lost princess to the Central Karmania throne. She is manipulated by Ramos during the second half of Season 1, who plans to use her power to take over all of Karmania, but she eventually comes to her senses. She now rules Central Karmania as its Queen, and can control the element of Light. In "Between Brothers", after saving her castle from Brak's forces, she is imprisoned in a jewel by Valina (impersonating a maid known as "Vina") at the end of the episode.

Ranen: The mentor to the knights, who was a previous knight. He runs a "dojo", which is where he trains the knights. He is also a commander for the rebels.

Mai: The mentor to the guardians, who was a previous guardian. She is Audrey's grandmother, and helps run the Golden Seahorse.

Darlene: A friend of Zero's, who went to the same university as him and Zurtrax / Tristan. She is first seen in "Stakeout", where Zero meets her again, and protects her from Zurtrax. She appears again in "Zero Memory", trying to confess her romantic feelings to Zero. She helps Tori and Zero fight off the zombified civilians. She and Zero form a relationship at the end.

Vince: Elana's adoptive father.

Mariette: Elana's adoptive mother.

Cesare: An oracle, who is a part of the Karmanian Council in the Sky Kingdom. He is first seen in "Prison Break".

Luna: A member of the Karmanian Council in the Sky Kingdom. She is first seen in "Prison Break".

Tom: A member of the Karmanian Council in the Sky Kingdom. He is first seen in "Prison Break". It is revealed in "Royal Heroes" he keeps watch over the knights' powers.

Briar: A member of the Karmanian Council in the Sky Kingdom, who was a former guardian with Mai. She is from Posidonia, unlike the other three council members. She is first seen in "Prison Break". It is revealed in "Ultra Power" that she controlled Earth like Cynthia. She is possessed at the end of the episode by Valina.

Peyton: The queen of Soundaria, and a former guardian. She controls the element of Music. The heroes try to protect her in "Kingdom Come", but she tends to act stubborn, not needing their help. However, Valina's potion turns her into stone, and takes her away to reform the old guardian group.

Antagonists Edit

Federation Edit

Ramos: The current King of Posidonia, and Federation leader. He is generally liked by the public, but has a secret dark side to him. His great grandfather invaded Central Karmania ages ago, and he is continuing his family's legacy. He has a short-temper and tends to get very angry at the people around him when they don't do their jobs. He generally doesn't post as an actual threat to the heroes for most of Season 1 due to being the king, instead having his henchmen come up with plans for him. He tends to crack a lot of sarcastic, mean-spirited jokes to people, and has a somewhat goofy side to him. Morgana also claims "he is a professional con man" in "Switch". For the first half of Season 1, he searches for the heir to the Central Karmania throne. After finding out it is Elana, he manipulates her throughout the second half of Season 1, and helps unlock her powers. Throughout the season, he also speaks to a mysterious "campaign manager" in a secret room. It is unknown who they exactly are, but they seem to give him advice on how to find out Elana's identity. In "Checkmate", Elana finds out that Ramos was using him the whole time, after coming to her senses thanks to the heroes. Ramos plans to destroy them using his great grandfather's Drakkus armor, but is sent flying away by a combined attack. It is revealed in "Between Brothers" that it sent him flying into the Posidonia Wildlands, where he struggles to survive. After overcoming many obstacles, he manages to overpower a blue jellyfish and giant spider crab, gaining control of them. At the end of the episode, he finds a strange object in the wilderness which has the other half of Valina's cracked staff gem. In "Ultra Power", he tries to control the object, calling it his own "mini-staff". After getting irritated by nematodes, he discovers the mini-staff can shoot powerful magical energy blasts if he is angry enough. After they get him angry enough, he destroys their hangout shack with it. He is briefly seen at the end of "Cowboy Nick", revealing he used the nematodes to steal Pyrite Town's algae. He appears again in "Kingdom Come" confronting the heroes and Valina's group at Soundaria. He tries to capture Valina, after hearing strange voices inside of his mini-staff. He realizes by the end that Valina's gemstone and his gemstone are the same piece. In "Enemy Mine", Van Gordon finds him in the underground base after trying to find the source of the green hole. Ramos offers him to re-join his crew, but Van Gordon thinks he has lost his mind, and punches him in the face. In "Darkest Knight", he intervenes during the heroes and Valina's group's fight. He is able to steal Valina's staff, imprisoning her inside of it, and escapes back to his castle. In "Magnum Opus", he takes over Central Karmania.

Skipper: A butler working at Ramos's castle, usually making Ramos his tea. Very little is known about him, but he has control over dark magic, and possesses a multitude of magical items in his room. He sometimes rhymes when he speaks. As of Season 2, he is temporarily the unofficial King of Posidonia while Ramos is missing. His only major appearances have been in "Switch", "Royal Heroes", and "Enemy Mine".

Zurtrax: The former #1 general of the Federation army. He is a cyborg, once a fish named Tristan Smith who was wounded in a lab accident. It is revealed he was rivals with Zero at the university they went to. After his accident, he was found by the Federation and put into a cyborg suit by them. He became their leading mechanic and scientist after Zero quit. He forms a rivalry with Vexacus throughout the second half, after he takes his position as the #1 general at the end of "Stakeout". He is presumingly destroyed by Vexacus at the end of "Machina", after his plan fails. He appears in a flashback in "Zero Memory", as Tristan. In "Ancient Ghosts (Part 1)", it is revealed he was reborn as a temple guard, but it is unclear if what Cameron saw as an illusion or not.

Vexacus: A shark who is a bounty hunter, first debuting in "Bounty". He has a bad history with Ramos, and is not pleased to talk to him in his first appearance. In "Bounty", he hunts a sea unicorn, and is thwarted by the guardians and knights. However, he was able to get sea unicorn blood for Ramos, which was needed for Elana's crown. He later becomes the #1 general of the Federation army at the end of "Stakeout", causing a rivalry with Zurtrax. He secretly plots to overthrow Ramos throughout the second half with Morgana. He gets Van Gordon and Doyle fired, and destroys Zurtrax and Motordone. In "Checkmate", he is sent flying away by one of Elana's light blasts. In "Cowboy Nick", it is revealed he was sent flying to Pyrite Town, and became its sheriff. Nick is able to defeat him with the help of Mirta, Moe, Van Gordon and Charlie though, and he is put in jail.

Motordrone: A robotic motorbike drone, who was created by Gus in a freak accident, and was briefly a general for the Federation army. It first appears in "Motorized", working solo and wanting to rule the world. At the end of that episode, it was destroyed by the guardians and knights. However, it was found and rebuilt by the Federation. It is destroyed again by Vexacus at the end of "Red".

Battlestar Edit

Admiral Skorch: The leader of Battlestar, a Karmanian militant-wing for the Federation. He is a dragon-like beast. He is first briefly seen in "Checkmate", contacting Ramos to ask if his army could invade. In "Things Change", he plans to continue what Ramos started, and take back Central Karmania by destroying the heroes. In "Skorch Strikes", he launches an assault on Central Karmania. However, the heroes are able to resist it. They are able to send the ship he is in flying into the Battlestar base, making it explode. Skorch struggles to get to the remains of his magma chamber, almost powerless. Valina stops him, defeating him in a battle, and obtaining the Magma Sphere. He is left in the crumbling chamber, and a rock falls on top of him.

Slypox: A general of Battlestar. He generally seems to be annoyed by a lot of things, and wants to do the best. He has the powers of shooting energy balls, and jumping up high. He is first seen in "Thesis", scouting through the forests. He goes into one of Diggy's portals out of curiosity, much to Ramos's annoyance. He is imprisoned at the end of the episode, and is released by Argros in "Things Change", rejoining Battlestar. In "Prison Break", he looks around for the prison, and meets Jake. The two get into a battle, and Slypox defeats him thanks to his new power. He is recaptured after failing to defeat the heroes in "Double Trouble". He makes a cameo in "Magnum Opus".

Brak: Ramos's brother, who is a general of Battlestar. He is first seen in "Things Change". Skorch tells him he is sorry he cannot find his brother, but Brak doesn't care too much. He has special machines that can boost a Karmanian beast's powers. Compared to his brother, he is more calm and serious. He later gains a map showing secret entrances to Elana's castle, which he attacks in "Between Brothers", but Elana is able to defeat him. He is able to escape, admitting he overestimated her. He also implies that he knows what happened to her real parents, but it is unknown if he was just lying to taunt her, or if he really knows. He is a part of the invasion in "Skorch Strikes". He is with Skorch and Deckel in the ship when it goes exploding into the Battlestar base. Deckel helps him get out of the ruins, and they go off somewhere. It is revealed in "Cowboy Nick" that they went to the Posidonia castle to rest, and briefly fight the heroes. In "Ancient Ghosts", he raids the Mystic Temple, and fuses with Malvor's cores. He is defeated with the combined efforts of the guardians, knights, and Undersea Force, and goes into hiding somewhere.

Deckel: A shapeshifting Karmanian, who wears steampunk goggles over his eyes in his fish form. When removed, looking into his eyes can turn people into stone. He can transform into a more powerful dragon beast form named "Gride". He is first seen in "Eyes", imprisoned in Ramos's dungeon. Ramos plans to let him out after Valina manipulates him, much to the concern of the other prisoners and his advisors. Deckel pretends to get on the girls' good sides, so he can steal the boys' knight stones for Valina. He is turned into stone by Jake and Audrey at the end of the episode, and sent to prison. He is released by Valina in "Things Change", with Morgana, Argros, Vinerox and Thorn. She gives them all a dark power that prevents them from being recaptured. At the end of "In Dreams", after attacking the girls through their dreams with the gang, he quits the group and joins the Battlestar after being fed up. It is revealed in "Blooming Friendship" he can now open portals thanks to Valina's magic. He is a part of the invasion in "Skorch Strikes", revealing his dragon form is named Gride, and is another being entirely. He is with Skorch and Brak in the ship when it goes exploding into the Battlestar base. Deckel helps Brak get out of the ruins, and they go off somewhere. It is revealed in "Cowboy Nick" that they went to the Posidonia castle to rest, and briefly fight the heroes. He teams up with Diggy and Broodwing in "Kingdom Come" for a scheme, but it goes horribly wrong when Valina catches onto Diggy's tampered potion, causing Gride to attack Valina. She imprisons him in the dungeon cell from "Eyes" at the end. He is released by Skipper in "Queen Valina", and after trying to get revenge on Valina, it is revealed Deckel was actually once good after recovering his memory. He was sent on a mission to protect the white knight stone from Valina, but he touched it, creating "Gride", and erasing his memories of being good. In "Darkest Knight", he is separated from Gride. In "Magnum Opus", he allies with Audrey, Flinn and Trent against Gride, after explaining to them he is good. He helps the heroes destroy all of the Octazillas by turning them into stone.

  • Gride: Deckel's dragon beast form, which has a mind of its own. Although he is seen in "Eyes" and "In Dreams", it was not Gride, but rather Deckel controlling him. He is formally introduced in "Skorch Strikes", revealing that Gride is his own being entirely, unlike Thorn and Morgana's beast forms. Deckel was able to control him for a while, which is why he didn't speak until now, but Valina's dark magic slowly broke their bond. It is revealed in "Queen Valina" he was created when Deckel touched the white knight stone. He is separated from Deckel in "Darkest Knight", briefly working for Valina, and then turns on her when Ramos returns. He begins working with Ramos in "Magnum Opus", planting the Octazilla eggs for him, along with attacking Deckel and the heroes.

Karmanian Beasts Edit

Argros: A metallic beast and criminal the heroes fight in "Secrets (Part 2)". He can dig underground, and attack when enemies least expect it. He is the first Karmanian beast the heroes face in the series. He is defeated and imprisoned by them at the end of the episode. He later makes a cameo in "Switch" as one of the prisoners. He is later released by Valina in "Things Change", and has been staying at a cave with Vinerox, Morgana, Deckel (until 32) and Thorn. She gives them all a dark power that prevents them from being recaptured. He, along with the other four, attack the girls in their dreams in "In Dreams". He gets the Rainbow Sphere in "Double Trouble" for Valina. He is able to handle himself very well against the guardians and knights in that episode compared to his first appearance, thanks to his new powers, which includes making fake copies of himself. He also reveals in the same episode his vision is not that good. He attacks the gang again in "Stay Gold" with the other criminals and The White Knight, but is defeated and re-imprisoned thanks to Flinn's power. He is released from prison again in "Magnum Opus".

Vinerox: A plant beast and criminal first seen in "Cyborg". He harasses Diggy for a potion that will enhance his power. Diggy gives him the wrong one at first, but gives him the right one after begging to be spared. The potion allows Vinerox to turn his enemies into pods, and he plans to give all of the rebels he captures to Ramos. However, his plan is thwarted by Zero and Cynthia, who work together to defeat him. He crushes Zero's knight scanner, so he could not be imprisoned. Cynthia sends him flying away in a mud ball instead. He returns in "Crawlies", and asks Diggy for another potion to get payback. Diggy gives him a potion that makes him control Ground Slugs and their queen. Vinerox gives the gang a hard time at first due to their weakened powers, but when Cynthia returns to the group, she is able to help defeat him. He is imprisoned for real at the end, and later makes a cameo in "Switch" as a prisoner. He is later released by Valina in "Things Change", and has been staying at a cave with Morgana, Deckel (until 32), Argros and Thorn. She gives them all a dark power that prevents them from being recaptured. He, along with the other four, attack the girls in their dreams in "In Dreams". In "Royal Heroes", he steals Valina's magic staff and tries to steal the gold knight stone. He is defeated by the gang with help from Cynthia's new telekinesis power however. Valina brutally attacks him when he returns to the cave for stealing her staff. He does not seem to be willing to work together with the rest of the criminals, and seems annoyed by them. He attacks the gang again in "Stay Gold" with the other criminals and The White Knight, but is defeated and re-imprisoned thanks to Flinn's power. He is released from prison again in "Magnum Opus".

Thorn: An Iverian who pretends to be a new student at Posidonia Fields High School, debuting in "Thief". Cynthia is jealous of her, as she attracts a multitude of boys. Nick is suspicious of her the whole time, and exposes her as the real bank robber. It is revealed Thorn was robbing the banks in Posidonia, and she hired Broodwing to help get the heroes off her trail. She tries to frame Steele, but it fails when Nick exposes her, after doing a series of complex investigations. She can transform into a green and purple beast form, that allows her to shoot poisonous blasts. Nick is able to defeat her, and she is imprisoned. She is later released by Valina in "Things Change", and has been staying at a cave with Morgana, Deckel (until 32), Argros and Vinerox. Valina gives them all a dark power that prevents them from being recaptured. Morgana and her work together to taunt the gang in "Cold Case". They attempt to make it seem like the heroes did something bad to Elana, by putting Madison's calculator in Elana's house and leaving a body outline, drawing suspicion from Agents Roy & Dilks. The gang fights them in the back of Elana's house, giving them a tough time. Nick returns and is able to help defeat them. They attempt to recapture them, but it fails due to Valina's dark magic. The two get away as a result. She, along with the other four, attack the girls in their dreams in "In Dreams". She attacks the gang again in "Stay Gold" with the other criminals and The White Knight, but is defeated and re-imprisoned thanks to Flinn's power. She temporarily gains dark guardian powers from Skipper in the episode with Morgana. She is released from prison again in "Magnum Opus". She tends to speak in a valley girl-esque way.

Morgana: A mysterious girl first seen in "Bounty", who Ramos uses to keep Elana busy. Not much is known about her past, but it is implied Ramos took her in for some reason in "Teamwork". She seems to have a surprisingly smart cunning side to her, as she tends to come up with intelligent ideas to defeat the heroes, shown in "Teamwork" and "Cold Case". She is revealed in "Checkmate" to be a shapeshifter similar to Thorn and Deckel, and can turn into a Karmanian beast form resembling a spider. She is imprisoned at the end of the episode, but is released by Valina in "Things Change". Thorn and her work together to taunt the gang in "Cold Case". They attempt to make it seem like the heroes did something bad to Elana, by putting Madison's calculator in Elana's house and leaving a body outline, drawing suspicion from Agents Roy & Dilks. The gang fights them in the back of Elana's house, giving them a tough time. Nick returns and is able to help defeat them. They attempt to recapture them, but it fails due to Valina's dark magic. The two get away as a result. She, along with the other four, attack the girls in their dreams in "In Dreams". She attacks the gang again in "Stay Gold" with the other criminals and The White Knight, but is defeated and re-imprisoned thanks to Flinn's power. She temporarily gains dark guardian powers from Skipper in the episode with Thorn. She is released from prison again in "Magnum Opus".

Chamelos: A chameleon beast the heroes fight in "Birthday". He hijacks the delivery of food for the rebels, and gives Zero a hard time. He can turn invisible, blend in with other surroundings, and shoot his tongue as a weapon. He is later defeated at the end of the episode and imprisoned. He later makes a cameo in "Things Change", as one of the prisoners begging to be released. He also appears in Audrey's dream in "In Dreams". He is one of the beasts Shift transforms into in "Between Brothers".

Paint Skater: A strange creature the heroes fight in "Framed". It is a ball wearing a hat, and rides around on roller-skates. Anything it paints can come to life. After hunting the gang down in Lawrence Francoro's painting, Audrey is able to defeat it with her paint skills, trapping it inside of a bubble which explodes. It is later mentioned in "Teamwork" and "Checkmate", and seen in Audrey's dream in "In Dreams". It is revived in "Magnum Opus" by a scientist using its DNA. The clone attacks the heroes with Gride, but Audrey, using the old Paint Skater's paintbrush, is able to destroy it again.

Daunter: A ghost beast first seen in "Deception". Zurtrax finds him, and sends him to haunt the school as a distraction, so they can manipulate Elana. He gives the heroes a difficult time, launching an onslaught of shadow attacks, and being hard to hit. Due to their situation with Elana, the gang traps him under a lamppost, and he burns to ash due to light being his weakness. However, Oblidicus revives him in "Evil Stone", revealing he is a part of the Shadow Bandits, with Bonehead and Oblidicus. After obtaining The Evil, he becomes even more powerful with Oblidicus and Bonehead. However, the heroes are able to fight back. After Elana hits The Evil with a light blast, it makes the stone go haywire. The stone sucks him inside of it, and it is unknown what his fate is.

Skorpos: A scorpion beast the heroes fight in "Bounty" and "Stakeout". In "Bounty", he tells Skipper that he plans to overthrow Ramos by destroying the guardians and knights. He implies that he was banished before by Ramos for some reason, showing they did not have a good relationship. He attacks the heroes and Vexacus, but is defeated by both. After being found by Federation soldiers, he is brought to Ramos, who is angry about his betrayal. He orders Skipper to mutate him into a more dangerous beast as punishment, which is shown in "Stakeout". The monstrous Skorpos doesn't speak at all, and is defeated again by the heroes.

Boboo: A beast first seen in "Cyborg", who has an obsession with a bubble wand. He is one of the people lining up to give Ramos ideas for plans. His idea is to trap the heroes inside of bubbles and pop them, which Ramos thinks is a terrible idea. Zurtrax beats him up as a result for this. He is seen again in "Teamwork", as one of the monsters Broodwing hires. However, he doesn't pose much of a threat, being more obsessed with his bubble wand, and is quickly defeated as a result. He later makes a cameo in "Things Change", as one of the prisoners begging to be released. He makes another cameo at the end of "Stay Gold". He also cameos in "Magnum Opus".

Klobster: A crab beast first seen in "Teamwork", as one of the monsters Broodwing hires. He somewhat gives the A team a hard time, as one of Broodwing's potions makes his claws more powerful. However, they are able to defeat him after he gets his claws stuck on a rock. He is sent flying away when The Smasher arrives, but is shown as one of the prisoners in "Switch", showing he was caught. He makes another cameo in "Things Change", begging to be released. He is one of the beasts Shift transforms into in "Between Brothers", attacking Posidonia Fields. The heroes visit him in the prison to see if he is still there, confused by his "presence" in Posidonia Fields. He cameos in "Magnum Opus".

Toady: A frog beast first seen in "Teamwork", as one of the monsters Broodwing hires. He is able to hop around. The gang quickly defeats him, and he is imprisoned. He later makes a cameo in "Things Change", playing a card game with Nick.

Scalipede: A centipede beast first seen in "Teamwork", as one of the monsters Broodwing hires. After using a potion, he is able to make his poison and armor much stronger, giving the B team a hard time. They are able to overcome his power though, and he is frozen solid by Audrey and Tori. He is one of the beasts Shift transforms into in "Between Brothers".

The Smasher: A giant, metal beast first seen in "Teamwork". It is considered to be one of the most powerful Federation-controlled Karmanian beasts, and one of the largest threats the heroes have ever faced. Due to its size, it cannot fit in the rebel prison. It does not speak at all, and moves very slowly, but is able to deliver a lot of damage with its mace. It is sent out after the gang defeats Broodwing's other monsters, and gives them a difficult time, as they are burnt out. However, using combined strategy, they are able to lure it to the edge of a cliff, where it falls off down below into a canyon. In "Smasher Returns", Valina later finds it, and uses her powers to bring it back to life, more powerful than before. It now gains the ability to fly with metallic wings. It can also shoot lasers from its helmet. Elana is able to scare it off a few times due to her light powers countering its dark magic, as it briefly crumbles to dust. It goes on a rampage for most of the episode, and helps Valina obtain the Crystal Water Sphere, as she needed its strength to break through an avalanche of rocks. Madison is able to defeat it using her new Aether powers, and it is sent flying to the bottom of an ocean, presumingly destroyed again.

Bonehead: A skeleton beast first seen in "Switch". He randomly visits Ramos's castle to give him an idea, but Ramos was too annoyed to listen to him, so he runs out after Zurtrax attacks him. He returns in "Evil Stone", as it is revealed he is a part of the Shadow Bandits (with Daunter and Oblidicus). After obtaining The Evil, he becomes even more powerful with Oblidicus and Daunter. However, the heroes are able to fight back. After Elana hits The Evil with a light blast, it makes the stone go haywire. The stone sucks him inside of it, and it is unknown what his fate is.

Lootox: A beast criminal that controls Psychic powers. He is first seen in "Switch", being hunted by the gang. After being captured and sent to the rebel prison, he switches his and Cameron's bodies thanks to a psychic power he has. He impersonates Cameron for the rest of the episode and tries to tell Skipper where the rebel prison is, but is defeated by the gang before he can.

Frostbite: An ice beast, first seen in "Icebound". He is a wanted criminal in the area of Permafrost Mountains, and makes a lot of ice puns when he speaks. Van Gordon and Doyle team up with him, to see if he can find where the Frost Star is. He helps Van Gordon and Doyle fight off the heroes, and they manage to find the Frost Star after the floor breaks, making them fall. However, a legendary beast named Slittercold that guards the magical item prevents Frostbite from getting it. It picks Frostbite up with its mouth, and sends him flying away out of the cavern. He is seen again in "Things Change", plotting revenge on the heroes. He later teams up with the Battlestar after Slypox finds him. He is given a power boost thanks to Brak's machines, and is able to capture all but Audrey and Cynthia in ice. However, they are able to defeat him, and he is imprisoned again. The gang mistakenly thought he was the one who released the prisoners in the episode at first.

Octazilla: A rather large octopus beast, seen in "Checkmate". It was one of Ramos's prisoners in his dungeon, and is sent out to defeat the heroes. It gives the knights a tough time, but they are able to defeat it with the help of rebel soldiers. It returns in "Magnum Opus", revealing Ramos found eggs in its cell, which he gave to Skipper to watch over. The eggs are planted in Central Karmania, and hatch (except for one). The original Octazilla is freed from the Mt. Spire prison, attacking the kingdom with the babies. The heroes, allying with Deckel, are able to defeat them all, turning them into stone and destroying them.

Heavy: A metallic beast working for Battlestar, seen in "Smasher Returns". Skorch sends him and Slypox to attack the rebel prison, but the B team is able to defeat him.

Oblidicus: A rather powerful beast, seen in "Evil Stone". He is a dark elemental who wants to obtain The Evil for the Battlestar, and reunites his gang called the "Shadow Bandits" (consisting of him, Daunter and Bonehead) to obtain it. He has a magic sword that can make a circle around his victims, and shoot lightning down upon them. After obtaining The Evil, he becomes even more powerful with Daunter and Bonehead. However, the heroes are able to fight back. After Elana hits The Evil with a light blast, it makes the stone go haywire. The stone sucks him inside of it, and it is unknown what his fate is.

Dischord: A Battlestar beast that controls the element of music, first seen in "Blooming Friendship". Brak uses him as a distraction to attack Posidonia Fields, so he can obtain a map from Skipper. Dischord's music is considered to be annoying and awful. Thanks to a bell Skipper gives Brak, his music is able to echo across all of Posidonia. It creates a spell that makes everyone dance uncontrollably. Jake's knight stone saves from the effects, and he cures the rest of the team. Audrey and Jake work together to defeat him, and he is imprisoned.

Shift: A shapeshifting Battlestar beast, seen in "Between Brothers". Brak uses him to distract the heroes while he attacks Elana's castle. He transforms into Klobster, Chamelos, and Scalipede. After he is exposed, the girls quickly defeat him with their elemental powers.

Rorrim: A sinister beast, first seen in "Between Brothers". He is held in the Underground City prison, and can escape through reflective surfaces. Cameron first meets him there (with covered reflective surfaces) to get information on who Shift is. After giving Cameron the information, Rorrim tells Cameron he wants him to do something for him. In "Mirror Mirror", after investigating where Elana went, Cameron meets with him again. He tricks him into telling a sad story about his dad, which makes Rorrim laugh. Cameron then lets out a tear, which Rorrim uses to escape from the prison. He goes on a rampage across Karmania, imprisoning people inside of a magical mirror on his body. After imprisoning all but Cameron, Cameron is able to overpower him and defeat him. He is imprisoned again at the end of the episode, and sent to a faraway prison shrouded in darkness, so he has no way of escaping. It is implied he destroyed Cameron's father, Wes, which is why he is in prison. His name spelled backwards is "Mirror".

Maestro: A musical monster hired by Broodwing in "Zero Memory". He is one of Stout's henchmen, and is needed to play the Necro Flute. Before he can possess all of the heroes, The White Knight intervenes, and is able to control the flute. He then orders the possessed heroes to destroy Maestro.

Skatana: A samurai monster seen in "Ancient Ghosts". He is part of the large army Broodwing and Brak assemble. He is later defeated during the fight, and imprisoned.

Other Antagonists Edit

Broodwing: A batfish who is a black market salesman. He sells Slayers, weapons, and magical potions to Ramos, various villains, and monsters of the week. Although the heroes find out who he is near the end of "Thief", they did not meet him face to face for a while. However, Elana does meet and fight him in "Between Brothers". They finally meet him face to face in "Ancient Ghosts (Part 2)".

Drew: A Karmanian rebel, first seen in "Friend". A Federation ship he stole crashes in Central Karmania, which makes the gang investigate. It is revealed he is an old friend of Cameron's, who left Central Karmania to work for Western Karmania at the Neptunula Academy. Jake suspects something is suspicious about him, as Drew strangely asks him where the main rebel base (the Underground City) is located at. It is revealed he had been working for Broodwing, whom he met at the Neptunula Academy, to get top secret rebel information. Cameron doesn't want to believe he has gone evil, but sees the truth when Drew tries to attack Ranen. Cameron then fights off Drew, as he is imprisoned at the end of the episode. He can transform into a monstrous beast form. He is later mentioned in "Eyes", "Skorch Strikes", "Zero Memory" and "Enemy Mine".

Red: A criminal who once bothered Jake and Madison in Algaeton Heights. It is implied "Red" is not his real name, and is just an alias he uses to avoid the police. He meets Madison and Jake again in "Red", working for Broodwing. He had a special enhancement that allowed himself to grow into a larger, brute form, similar to Bane from Batman. He is defeated at the end of the episode and put in jail. However, he mysteriously escapes at the end and has not been seen since. He is mentioned in "Royal Heroes", as a possible candidate for owning the gold knight stone, but Jake thinks he is still in jail. He makes a cameo in "Queen Valina", trying to rob the mall. He speaks with a Hispanic accent.

Donny: A magician first seen in "Princess", who runs "Donny and Blyde's Magically Magic Show of Magic" at the fair with Blyde, his assistant. He is not very good at his magic tricks, because he and Blyde are in reality criminals using the show as a front. Van Gordon and Doyle give him one of Skipper's magic wands to save his failing show. The wand makes him corrupt with dark magic, and tries to go on a stealing spree, but he is forced to capture Elana for Ramos, which fails. The guardians defeat him at the end of the episode, and destroy his wand. He later returns in "Prison Break", busting Blyde and Firebolt out of prison. They team-up with Firebolt to destroy the guardians, but are defeated. However, both manage to escape at the end. He and Blyde are seen again in "Queen Valina", where it is revealed they now work at PosidoniaCorp for Donald Bucklend.

Blyde: Donny's assistant, first seen in "Princess". He is a very dumb starfish, who is also a criminal with Donny. After Donny is given his wand, he uses it to make Blyde invisible. He tries to rob the Golden Seahorse, but is stopped by the heroes and sent to prison. He makes a brief cameo at the end of "Red" as Red's cellmate. Donny busts him and Firebolt out of jail in "Prison Break". They team-up with Firebolt to destroy the guardians, but are defeated. However, both manage to escape at the end. He and Blyde are seen again in "Queen Valina", where it is revealed they now work at PosidoniaCorp for Donald Bucklend.

Firebolt / Keith Heckler: A thief who steals Federation technology for PosidoniaCorp in "Popular". He wears a powered orange armor, which can shoot solar beams. He is defeated by the guardians at the end of "Popular", and sent to jail. He makes a brief cameo in "Red", seen in jail. He is busted out of prison by Donny and Blyde in "Prison Break", who team-up to destroy the guardians using Donald Bucklend's equipment. Firebolt is sent flying back into jail after his jetpack malfunctions.

Donald Bucklend: The CEO of PosidoniaCorp. He is campaigning against Ramos to become King of Posidonia, and is a rival to him. He sends Firebolt to steal Federation equipment in "Popular". After this is found out by the media, he is criticized by a news reporter in "Prison Break", but tries to blow it off. After learning what happened to Firebolt, he shows an interest in capturing the girls due to their mermaid forms. He gives Firebolt, Donny and Blyde special weapons to attack the guardians with in the same episode. He is mentioned in "Stay Gold" in Tori's radio broadcast. He is seen again in "Queen Valina", sending Vastacoar to hunt down the girls. After he learns of Vastacoar's demise, he vows to get the girls.

Valina: At first known as "Valentina", Trent's mother, who has a mysterious background. She appears to be a sorceress, as she uses Aether powers, and has her own staff that can open portals so she can enter Karmania. She is first seen in "Whiteout", acting somewhat ignorant and neglectful towards Trent. In "Eyes", she manipulates Ramos into getting her the knight stones. She uses them to "fix" Trent's white knight stone. In "Things Change", she releases several Karmanian beast prisoners, and has since kept them in a cave for her own unknown purposes. She revives The Smasher in "Smasher Returns", and uses him to get the Crystal Water Sphere. She attacks the girls' dreams in "In Dreams", and uses Argros to get the Rainbow Sphere in "Double Trouble". She also manipulates Madison's doppel in the same episode, making it come to life, and later destroys it after it fights Madison. In "Between Brothers", it is revealed she had been impersonating a maid known as "Vina", and imprisons Elana in a jewel after tricking her into giving it to her. It is revealed in "Mirror Mirror" who she exactly is. She is a former guardian who became corrupted and obsessed by the heart, and also used dark magic, which she contained into her staff. The Council took the Heart away from her due to this, and gave it to Cassidy. Because of this, the two got into a fight, but Valina accidentally destroyed Cassidy, which she seems to regret. She was banished from Karmania, but has been hiding under the name of "Valentina" in Posidonia Fields, which Mai and Briar were not aware of. She brings Cassidy back to life in "Skorch Strikes", and possesses her after much manipulation. She attacks the Council temple in "Ultra Power", and possesses Briar at the end. She separates Trent and The White Knight from each other in "Rotwell Files". At the end of "Cowboy Nick", she makes a Mai doppel, unable to manipulate the real one, and imprisons the real Mai in her staff. She reforms the old guardian group at the end of "Kingdom Come", now with Peyton in her possession. She makes people in town fall in love with her in "Queen Valina", and uses it to taunt the heroes. She challenges them to a battle in the mall with her revived group, but they manage to overcome her. She retreats in a portal after accepting her defeat. In "Darkest Knight", after the guardians free her group from her control, she imprisons them inside of her staff. However, Ramos later steals it and imprisons her inside of it.

  • Vina: A "maid" who worked for the Federation, first seen in "Teamwork". The B team meets her in the farmlands after she saves them from Scalipede. Although they are grateful, Nick senses something suspicious about her with his analyzation power. She later appears again in "Things Change", giving Elana a jewel belonging to her mother. She later makes a cameo in "Evil Stone", now working at the castle. It is later revealed at the end of "Between Brothers" she was an alternate character of Valina's, and never really existed.

The White Knight: A rogue knight under Valina's control, who used Trent's body, but didn't know it. Trent first finds a bracelet with a white knight stone in "Whiteout", who puts it on. It makes him attack several Karmanians, along with the guardians and knights. In "Eyes", Valina makes him transform into The White Knight again, seeing how his power has improved. He turns into The White Knight again in "Smasher Returns" for a brief amount of time, used as a distraction. Valina makes him transform into him again in "Stay Gold", where he helps the beasts fight the heroes. He appears again in "Ultra Power", helping Valina and her new knights attack the Sky Kingdom temple. In "Rotwell Files", he wants to be separated from Trent, which Valina does. He then takes control of Trent's body. In "Zero Memory", the gang learns the truth on the two, after he beats up Bryan. He says he will be keeping an eye on them at school in Trent's body. He later takes control over the Necro Flute, and is able to possess all of the heroes and civilians except for Zero, Tori and Darlene. Zero is able to destroy the flute however, much to his disappointment. He attacks the heroes with Aramis, Athos and Porthos throughout "Cowboy Nick", trying to get to Mai. In "Kingdom Come", it is revealed he has been speaking to Trent in the stone void. After one of Ramos's staff beams hits the stone, it causes him and Trent to be separated. In "Darkest Knight", it is revealed there can only be one of the same stone active at once, so it causes problems for him and Trent. The two duke it out in a duel, and Trent wins, as The White Knight is destroyed.


Minor and Side Characters Edit

Family Edit

Henry: Jake's father and Madison's adoptive father.

Susan: Jake's mother and Madison's adoptive mother.

Hank: Tori's father, who is a cop.

Michael: Tori's younger brother.

Julia: Cynthia's younger sister.

School Edit

Roxy: One of Cynthia and Elana's friends.

Johnny: A nerdy student who has a crush on Tori.

Bryan: A student who briefly dates Elana in "Princess", but she dumps him. He is seen bullying people with Gnarly Dewd and Steve.

Gnarly Dewd: One of Bryan's friends, seen bullying people at the school with Bryan and Steve.

Steve: One of Bryan's friends, who is seen bullying people at the school with Bryan and Gnarly Dewd.

Luke: A student who wears a traffic cone on his head.

Hans Rotwell: Madison's Mythology teacher. He has an obsession with myths surrounding Posidonia, and believes Karmania exists. He is seen as a crazy conspiracy theorist by many characters. He becomes the school's vice principal at the end of "Double Trouble". He finds out Madison's mermaid identity at the end of "Rotwell Files", after Kent is fired. He speaks with a German accent.

Mrs. Lenden: Madison's Algebra II teacher, who is secretly a Karmanian. In "Thesis", it is revealed she saved Elana when she was a baby, and brought her to Posidonia Fields.

Principal Thomson: The principal of Posidonia Fields High School.

Other Edit

Van Gordon: A treasure hunter who is a rival with Doyle. He and Doyle are hired by Ramos in "Rivalries" for the army. Although both aren't exactly evil, they want to be more well-known for their treasure findings, and see taking up Ramos's job as an opportunity (at first). Throughout Season 1, they attack the guardians and knights, and help manipulate Elana into joining their side. He is fired at the end of "Icebound" with Doyle. He later returns in "Royal Heroes", after Skipper calls him to ask who found the gold knight stone. It is revealed he had been taking up freelance jobs, helping people, and traveling Posidonia. He seems to be on somewhat better terms with Doyle, and even tries to help the heroes get the stone from Skipper. He appears again in "Cowboy Nick", helping Mirta get the algae from Vexacus. Nick is unsure to trust him at first, but they are able to get along by the end. In "Enemy Mine", tries to find the source of the green hole in the algae field forcefield. It leads him underground to Ramos, who offers him to re-join his crew, but Van Gordon thinks he has lost his mind, and punches him in the face. He escapes with Scott, and tries to warn the heroes about Ramos, but his note is ignored by the chef. He speaks with broken Russian English.

Doyle: A treasure hunter who is a rival with Van Gordon. He and Van Gordon are hired by Ramos in "Rivalries" for the army. Although both aren't exactly evil, they want to be more well-known for their treasure findings, and see taking up Ramos's job as an opportunity (at first). Throughout Season 1, they attack the guardians and knights, and help manipulate Elana into joining their side. He is fired at the end of "Icebound" with Van Gordon. He later returns in "Royal Heroes", after Skipper calls him to ask who found the gold knight stone. It is revealed he had been traveling the seas. It is also revealed he found the gold knight stone a year ago, when a plane crashed containing Ottelia treasures. He seems to be on somewhat better terms with Van Gordon, and even tries to help the heroes get the stone from Skipper. He later makes another appearance in "Ultra Power", asking for his boatmobile to be washed. He speaks in an Australian accent.

Diggy: A mole creature living in the Central Karmania slums. He is very greedy, selfish, ignorant, and changes his loyalty often. He is first seen in "Secrets (Part 2)", who keeps the Dimensional Accelerator the gang finds. He later gives it to Ramos at the end of the episode. In "Thesis", he finds the Runaway's Seal, and uses it to visit Posidonia Fields. After getting involved in whacky hijinks with it, the heroes track him down to find out who is opening so many portals. After they fight Slypox and Ramos's men, Diggy trips, and the seal fuses with Madison's heart, allowing her to open portals. In "Checkmate", Diggy wins the lottery and becomes rich, opening his own hangout spot called "Diggy's Place". Despite giving the guardians and knights useful information, he betrays them sometimes and gives information to either Ramos or Broodwing.

Gus: A mechanic and motorbike salesman, first seen in "Motorized". He is good friends with Tori. He accidentally created Motordrone after doing strange experiments on motorbikes. He later makes a cameo in "Blooming Friendship", dancing with the rest of the town thanks to Dischord's spell. He also appears briefly in "Skorch Strikes", where Valina steals equipment from his shop. He appears again in "Ancient Ghosts (Part 2)", greeting Dash and Laneld.

Lawrence Francoro: A Karmanian painter, who was forced to paint a picture of Ramos in "Framed". Ramos hated all of his paintings and had him imprisoned in one of his own paintings. He is saved by the girls at the end, and now lives in Posidonia Fields. He later appears in "Blooming Friendship", where Jake greets him when passing by on his bicycle. He is later seen dancing with the rest of the town thanks to Dischord's spell.

Randy the Pizza Delivery Guy: A pizza delivery fish, first seen in "Stakeout" delivering pizza for Cynthia. He has apparently delivered pizza for some of her parties in the past. He later makes cameos in "Eyes", "Double Trouble", "Zero Memory", and "Darkest Knight".

Steele: A Karmanian tracker who was seen in "Thief" hunting Thorn. The gang mistakenly thought he was the enemy. He later appears again in "Between Brothers", where Cameron meets him in the Underground City. He escorts Cameron to Rorrim to get information. He is also seen in "Mirror Mirror", helping Cameron and the gang find Rorrim after he escapes from prison. He briefly appears again in "Ultra Power", when the armory is robbed. He later appears in "Magnum Opus", trying to help the heroes fight off Ramos at Elana's castle, but he is captured.

SpongeBob World Edit

Although the spin-off does not use SpongeBob characters in a major role, since it is set faraway from Bikini Bottom, some do appear in cameo form for gags.

SpongeBob SquarePants: Makes a cameo in the dream hallway at the end of "In Dreams" in his pineapple.

Gary the Snail: Makes a cameo in the dream hallway at the end of "In Dreams" in SpongeBob's pineapple.

Mr. Krabs: Makes a cameo in the beginning of "Stay Gold", as one of the people lining up for Flinn's stand, and asks if money is still be given out.


TriviaEdit

  • The "Ancient Ghosts" two-parter was a crossover with Storm Racers.


AwardsEdit

  • Best Storyline - The Golden Community Awards VIII
  • Best Protagonist (Madison) - The Golden Community Awards VIII
  • Best Antagonist (Ramos) - The Golden Community Awards VIII
  • Best Episode (Between Brothers) - The Golden Community Awards IX

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