List of cameos

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This is a list of cameos (recognizable characters from other media that play little to no importance to the overall plot of Tails Gets Trolled) within Tails Gets Trolled and its spin offs.

Tails Gets Trolled

DragonBallSymbol.png Babidi

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It's unbelievable how much we need to get laid.. Oh yeah, he really likes his fucking candy... Just so you know, you're going to die.
—Babidi, Chapter 22, Page 0.1

Takes the place of Butter Tits/Dick Taker during the second Dragon Ball Z parody at the start of Chapter 22: The conclusion Part 2, Page 0.1. He has spent years with Buu and desperately wants to get laid.

Originally appeared in chapter 446 of the Dragon Ball manga, released in 1993.

MarioSymbol.png Birdo

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Appears on Chapter 20: The Storm part 2, Page 17 as one of the bodies in Cheeto Man's dumping grounds.

Originally appeared in the 1987 video game Yume Koujou: Doki Doki Panic, but was later adopted into the Super Mario franchise due to said game's re-release as Super Mario Bros. 2/Super Mario USA.

FNFSymbol.png Boyfriend

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Appears on Chapter 25: Wicked Influence, Page 28 harassing Hulk. He is killed by Hulk throwing a rock at him.

Originally appears as the protagonist of Friday Night Funkin', a rhythm game released in November 2020.

PikminSymbol.png Captain Olimar

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Appears on Chapter 25: Wicked Influence, Page 27. He is shown to be a fan of Troll City's cereal roulette and contracts an STD from a used needle found in his box.

Originally appears as the protagonist of the Pikmin series, with his first game (Pikmin 1) releasing in 2001.

DragonBallSymbol.png Cell

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Holy Shit!! Time out for a second.. How did your leg bend like that?! Are you alright?

Takes the place of Kei-so during the second Dragon Ball Z parody at the start of Chapter 21: The conclusion Part 1, Page 0.2. Witnesses the death of Cell Jr. during the Dragon Ball Z saga. Calls out the strange logic behind Sonic's body slicing kick and sees that Sonic is severely injured from kicking Cell Jr. in half.

Originally appeared in chapter 360 of the Dragon Ball manga, released in 1992.

DragonBallSymbol.png Cell Jr.

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Where he go?!
—Cell Jr., Chapter 22, Page 0.2

Takes Toke's place during the second Dragon Ball Z parody. Murdered by Sonic in his dark form.

Originally appeared in chapter 406 of the Dragon Ball manga, released in 1993.

SonicSymbol.png Cubot

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Appears on Chapter 19: THE Storm part 1, Page 14 as one of Eggman's many robots Sonic and friends fight against.

Originally appeared in the 2010 video game Sonic Colors.

SonicSymbol.png E-123 Omega

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Appears on Chapter 19: THE Storm part 1, Page 6.

Originally appeared in the 2003 video game Sonic Heroes.

DragonBallSymbol.png Frieza

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No! It can't be!!
—Frieza, Chapter 22, Page 0.3

Watches in terror as Sonic goes Super Saiyan during the Dragon Ball Z parody.

Originally appeared in chapter 247 of the Dragon Ball manga, released in 1989.

DragonBallSymbol.png Future Trunks

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Papa Daddy, you slaughtered some Floridians! The gators will go hungry tonight!

Appears in Chapter 25: Wicked Influence, Page 0.1. He objects to his father destroying a Florida town.

DragonBallSymbol.png Goku

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You're Master Roshi?

Takes the place of Tails during his meeting with Pacman (Master Roshi) during the Dragon Ball Z parody at the start of Chapter 22. Is depicted as a child, but has Tails' two tails instead of his own.

Originally appeared in the first chapter of the Dragon Ball manga, released in 1984.

DragonBallSymbol.png Innocent Buu

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Buu changes his mind again.. Buu want.... ? Strawberry candy KFC chicken!!

Takes the place of Butter Tits/Dick Taker during the second Dragon Ball Z parody. Craves for food and fires a beam at Tails.

Originally appeared in chapter 460 of the Dragon Ball manga, released in 1994.

DragonBallSymbol.png King Cold

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HMM!!..
—King Cold, Chapter 22, Page 0.3

Frieza's father, who watches in terror as Sonic turns into a Super Saiyan alongside Frieza.

Originally appeared in chapter 329 of the Dragon Ball manga, released in 1991.

KirbySymbol.png Kirby

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i can only imagine how it must be for you not having a penis. i mean theres no way to recover from that messed up deformity.
—Alex, to Kirby, Chapter 2, Page 1

Appears in chapter 2: trolls attack, Page 1, being trolled by Alex. Says nothing. (Technically unnamed, but heavily resembles Kirby).

Kirby is the main character of his own titular franchise, Kirby, debuting in the first game of the series, Kirby's Dream Land, in 1992. He is often tasked with saving his world, Dream Land, from other character's machinations or otherworldly invaders.

FindingNemoSymbol.png Marlin and Dory

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Appears on Chapter 19: THE Storm part 1, Page 3. Watches as Eggman takes a Chaos Emerald from the lake.

Originally appeared in the 2003 film Finding Nemo.

DragonBallSymbol.png Master Roshi

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It was not a quintessence us meeting today.
—Master Roshi, Chapter 22, Page 0.2

Takes the place of Pacman during the Dragon Ball Z parody. Has Pacman's eyes.

Originally appeared in chapter 3 of the Dragon Ball manga, released in 1984.

SonicSymbol.png Metal Robotnik

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Appears on Chapter 19: THE Storm part 1, Page 6. Amy is placed inside its stomach and transported into a bedroom.

Originally appeared in the 1996 direct-to-video animated series Sonic★the★Hedgehog, also known as Sonic the Hedgehog the Movie.

DragonBallSymbol.png Shenron

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Holy Shit! Wakka, i thought the dragon's balls were a myth.. Wakka, wakka!!..
Pacman, upon seeing Shenron, Chapter 25, Page 0.2

An ancient dragon called forth by the Dragon Balls. He has the power to grant any wish, which The Troll Slaiyers debate over what to use on. He may be senile has he has some difficulty remembering his own name, calling himself Sharon Osbourne, Shere Khan, Kaio-shin, Tien Shinhan, Shinichiro Ohta, Shino, Shikamaru, and Chafe Shape Shifter before Shadow reminds him of his actual name.

ShrekSymbol.png Shrek

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It's all ogre now..
—Shrek, Chapter 22, Page 17

Appears in Chapter 22, page 17 as Grapeface dies and fantasizes about him in his dying breath.

Shrek is the main character of his own film series, Shrek, the first of which was released in 2001. His one line in Tails Gets Trolled originates from the infamous copy-pasta story, "Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life".[1]

DragonBallSymbol.png Turtle

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Sir i got to be going.. They must not know something is up..
—Turtle, Chapter 22, Page 0.2

Takes the place of Pori in the second Dragon Ball Z parody before Chapter 22 begins proper. Acts as Roshi's spy.

Originally appeared in chapter 3 of the Dragon Ball manga, released in 1984.

DragonBallSymbol.png Vegeta

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Yayayaaaahhhhhh.
—Vegeta as he fires the Gallick Gum, Chapter 25, Page 0.1

Appears in Chapter 25: Wicked Influence, Page 0.1. He annihilates a group of Floridians using the Gallick Gum in order to starve the alligators feasting on them in the area.

Tails Gets Gay / Tails Gets Gay: The Dickfenders

Barney (left) and Blues (right)

BarneySymbol.png Barney

Yall wanna be my friend?
—Barney, Dickfenders, Page 2

Appears in the Dickfenders, Page 2 as a part of Gay Ronald's "happy place".

Originally appeared in the first episode of the direct-to-video series Barney and the Backyard Gang, released in 1988.

BluesCluesSymbol.png Blue

Bark!!

Also appears in the Dickfenders, Page 2 alongside Barney.

Originally appeared in the first episode of the TV series Blue's Clues, released in 1996.

ZeldaSymbol.png Toon Link

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Bitch you know i look good! Poke Poke!
—Purple Toon Link, Dickfenders, Page 3

Appears in the third page of Tails Gets Gay: The Dickfenders. He can be seen fighting Pori.

A character named Link has been the protagonist of most games in the The Legend of Zelda series since 1986, but this specific incarnation of Link originally appeared in The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords and The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, both released in 2002.

Characters from Lazerbot's other works

Micah Rat

MicahRatSymbol.png Casey

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Pictured buying a child from Trix Rabbit. He is described as a "computer nerd/porn addict".[2] He appears as one of Trix Rabbit's customers, buying children from him.

MicahRatSymbol.png Lukey / Lucas

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Appears in Jacko's flashback. A sentient turd, he is noted as being Micah's best friend and a very random individual.[2]

MicahRatSymbol.png Tyler

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Pictured sitting on the audience on the right. He appears as a green frog wearing lipstick, and is in love with the main character, Micah.[2] Appears in the audience watching the troll off tournament in The Adventures of Underbite Troll. He is later seen among the corpses in Cheeto Man's body dump.

Trivia

  • Captain Olimar made a very brief appearance in Lazerbot's old YouTube series Micah Rat.[3]
  • Boyfriend's dialogue and appearance were taken from a suggestion made on the Discord.[4]

References