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I got insanely bored one day and decided to create a page about my favorite webcomic, Megatokyo.
Nothing fancy, just a who's who list of all the important characters (and plenty of minor ones).


If you want to learn more about the story, check out A Reader's Guide to Megatokyo.

06/08: Wow! I'm actually going to finish the page now (since I saw Dom listed it on his intro post at the story forum!). Fixed some minor things so far, much more to come!


Piro
Piro
An avid manga/anime fan, otaku, massive fanboy, horrible when it comes to girls, and - the main guy! The story revolves around Piro and friend Largo's adventures when they find themselves stranded in Japan.

First Seen In: E3 Nightmare Begins
Largo
Largo
Also known as L33T Master and Great Teacher Largo. A hardcore gamer with an over-active imagination (or does he?), Largo gets into all kinds of trouble while in Japan... much to Piro's dismay.

First Seen In: E3 Nightmare Begins
Nanasawa Kimiko
Nanasawa Kimiko
The main female in the story, Kimiko is a voice actress who has no confidence in herself or in her abilities. Also works as a waitress at Anna Miller's, and is Erika's roommate.

First Seen In: Just A Little
Hayasaka Erika
Hayasaka Erika
Constantly bombarded by fanboys, Erika sometimes (ok, always) results to violence to deal with the ones that get out of hand. She works at MegaGamers, and wears plenty of cosplay outfits to drive those fanboys wild.

First Seen In: Abunai Boothbabe
Tohya Miho
Tohya Miho
Darkly cute, Miho is perhaps the most enigmatic character in Megatokyo. Is she really (as Largo fears) the queen of the zombies, or is she just misunderstood?

First Seen In: Something Darkly Cute...
Ping
Ping
Ping is a prototype of the Sony SEVS-44936, a new Playstation 2 accessory that will allow the player to interact with the main girl in any visual novel or dating sim. She's very real, and doesn't handle rejection well at all.

First Seen In: Zombie Ping
Seraphim
Seraphim
As Piro's conscience, Seraphim has her work cut out for her. She has to deal with his fascination with Japanese Schoolgirls, and his plight of being stranded in a foreign country...

First Seen In: Case Worker
Sonoda Yuki
Sonoda Yuki
A real, honest to goodness Japanese Schoolgirl. Yuki finds herself mixed up with Piro and company after discovering Piro's incredible drawing abilities.

First Seen In: Isn't She Cute?
Dom
Dom
Went to college with Largo, and now works for Sega. Very competitive with his best friend/arch-rival, Ed, you'll never see Dom without a mini-arsenal of guns.

First Seen In: E3 Meetings Friends
Ed
Ed
Dom's best friend/arch-rival. Ed works for Sony, and seems to always get the raw end of the deal during any adventure with Dom and Largo.

First Seen In: E3 Losing Friends
Boo
Boo
All the temp agency had, Boo is Seraphim's new assistant. A hamster with strap-on wings, Boo has been acting as Largo's conscience... and doing the best job he can.

First Seen In: Boo!
Junpei
Junpei
A L33T ninja, Junpei is a ninja-for-hire (who has worked with customs and as a lawyer) and lives next door to Tsubasa. It's through these things that he meets Largo, whom he calls the L33T Master.

First Seen In: No Passport
Tsubasa
Tsubasa
Tsubasa is Piro's friend in Japan, and lets him and Largo crash in his little apartment. He is also Ping's original owner, leaving her in Piro's care. Friendly to a fault.

First Mentioned In: Moo Moo | First Seen In: Run Over
Inspector Sonoda
Inspector Sonoda
A member of the Tokyo Police Cataclysm Division, Inspector Sonoda deals with all the scheduled, and unscheduled, disasters that occur in Tokyo. He is also Yuki and Yuuji's father, and Meimi's husband.

First Seen In: Rent-A-Zilla
Piroko
Piroko
Piro's alter-ego. Piroko, obviously, is female, and is the persona Piro takes on each time he severely frags Largo in Quake. Cool, calm, calculated, and very handy with a gun.

First Seen In: B4k4 Quake
Pirogoeth
Pirogoeth
Another alter-ego of Piro's. Pirogoeth, often seen dressed as a barmaid, is who Piro plays when playing Megawinter Night, Endgames, or any other game of the short. Like Piroko, she is confident and assertive.

First Seen In: Pirogoeth
Kurabayashi Asako
Kurabayashi Asako
One of Yuki's friends from school. Very cheerful, blunt at times, and so energetic it hurts just to watch her.

First Seen In: Isn't She Cute?
Mami
Mami
Another of Yuki's school friends. Seems a little jealous of Yuki's school achievement, is quick to point out when she does something wrong, and seems good at learning 'guarded' information.

First Seen In: Isn't She Cute?
L33t D00d
L33t D00d
Known only as the l33t d00d, this guy looks kinda like a raver and speaks in complicated l33t. He shows up whenever Largo finds himself getting challenged to an arcade game duel, or something equally important.

First Seen In: Speak L33T?
Asmodeus
Asmodeus
If Seraphim is the angel on your shoulder, Asmodeus is the devil on the other shoulder. He shows up in Japan to wreak potential havoc on Piro.

First Seen In: Conscience Conundrum
Kannazuki Kotone
Kannazuki Kotone
The main character in Cubesoft's new game "Sight," Kotone is the the part that Kimiko gets an audition for.

First Mentioned In: A Big Break | First Seen In: Her Vision
Megumi
Megumi
A co-worker of Kimiko's at Anna Miller's, Megumi is quick to tease Kimiko about things that she lacks, and her strange way of giving coffee to the customers.

First Seen In: Adjustments
Gameru
Gameru
A 300 meter tall giant turtle with a drinking problem that periodically goes on a rampage in Tokyo. What more could you ask for?

First Mentioned In: Beakfast, Lunch, and Turtles | First Seen In: The Shame of the Gamera Family
The Boss at MegaGamers
The Boss
Erika (and eventually Piro's) boss at MegaGamers. He is intimidated by Erika, and as a result will do whatever it is she tells him to do.

First Mentioned In: Watch the Store | First Seen In: Do What the Lady Says
Sonoda Yuuji
Sonoda Yuuji
Yuki's older brother. He likes to tease Yuki, and has a collection of 'adult' games hidden from his parents that Yuki can use as blackmail.

First Seen In: Good Blackmail
Rent-A-Zilla
Rent-A-Zilla
If you ever need a giant lizard at an hourly rate, Rent-A-Zilla is it. And the best thing is, he charges in pork rinds.

First Seen In: Rent-A-Zilla
Sonoda Meimi
Sonoda Meimi
Yuki and Yuuji's mom, and Inspector Sonoda's wife. The stay-at-home type, Meimi is very observant and is pretty quick to tell what is going on with her daughter.

First Seen In: Sad Girl in Mirror
Manager at Anna Miller's
The Manager
Kimiko and Megumi's manager at Anna Miller's. He doesn't seem to be a very nice guy, and gets upset whenever Kimiko uses her "signature move."

First Seen In: The Lap Pour
Nurse Sugawara
Nurse Sugawara
The school nurse at Shiritsu Daitou High School, where Miho and Ping are students. Seems like a nice lady, and she attends to Miho when she gets ill.

First Seen In: Virtual Friends
Ootaka
Ootaka
A chef at Anna Millers, he works with Megumi and Kimiko. He stays in the background mostly, and not much is really known about him.

First Seen In: The Lap Pour
Matsui
Matsui
One of the main people working on Cubesoft's new project, "Sight." He deals with the budget, or something, and is rather attached to it..

First Seen In: Her Vision
Sayuri
Sayuri
Another main person working on Cubesoft's new game, "Sight." She is interested in different interpretations of their main character, Kotone, especially how Kimiko portrays her.

First Seen In: Her Vision
Shirt Guy Dom
Shirt Guy Dom
Piro's way of "torturing" the fans. Shirt Guy Dom is, essentially, Dom as a stick figure. Bad drawings, bad jokes, good fun to be had by all.

First Seen In: Never Again



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