- List of Lego Island characters
The following is a list of characters who appear in the video games "
Lego Island" and "".
Pepper Roni is the adopted son of Mama and Papa Brickolini. He is usually seen riding his skateboard around the island. School-wise, Pepper is excellent at math/ maths, but reading, writing, and spelling are all quite the contraries for him. He works at Brickolini's Pizzeria, as a pizza delivery "dude," often referring to himself as "the dude with the food."
Pepper is a playable character in "Lego Island" and its sequel, "Lego Island 2"; in the case of the latter, he is the "only" playable character. While playing as Pepper in "Lego Island", the player can click on certain items and change them. He can change flowers into trees or streetlights, and can change people's hats into various items, including different hats, wigs, a cat, and a pizza. He can do none of these things in "Lego Island 2", but he instead can travel to different islands surrounding Lego Island, on his skateboard.
In "Lego Island 2", he is given a scruffier look to match his skater lifestyle. His profile card lists his occupation as "pizza delivery dude!".
Mama Brickolini is Pepper's adopted mother. Mama, along with Papa Brickolini, own the Brickolini Pizzeria, the only restaurant on the island. Mama is an immigrant, having come to America with only the clothes on her back and her piano. She specializes in music, and in "Lego Island", is often seen playing the piano in front of the restaurant. She is, however, terribly nearsighted.
Mama Brickolini appears in both "Lego Island" games. In the case of the original, she is a playable character. In "Lego Island", when the player is a character besides Mama, she and Papa are seen walking around on the island.
Her profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists her occupation as "musician."
Papa Brickolini is Pepper's adopted father. Papa, along with Mama Brickolini, own Brickolini's Pizzeria. Papa is the island's main chef, as Brickolini's is the only restaurant on the island (a fact that Papa often takes pride in). Papa often wears a tuxedo-like vest and a chef's hat, and is very coordinated. He can even juggle pizzas. He is also a very good dancer, but horrible at singing (though he still tries).
Papa Brickolini appears in both "Lego Island" games. In "Lego Island", he is also a playable character, and if the player is a character besides Papa, he can be seen at the Pizzeria and walking around the island with Mama.
His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "pizza chef."
The Infomaniac is the creator of Lego Island and all who inhabit it, including the Brickster. In "Lego Island" and "Lego Island 2", he also acts as a guide for the player. In the former, he can be reached at his headquarters -- the Information Center -- and in the latter, he can be reached whenever the SHIFT key is held down. He claims to know everything -- "...well, "almost" everything." However, he has a tendency to lose his train of thought. Along with the Brickolinis, he has been on Lego Island for 4,785 years.
His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "creator of Lego Island."
The Brickster is the main antagonist of both "Lego Island" games. He is mostly seen in his jail cell, the only jail cell on the island, located next to the police station (in "Lego Island 2", his cell is located "behind" the station). He was initially constructed by the Infomaniac as his first friend, but when the Infomaniac began to work on more, the Brickster became furious, and escaped to create his own island -- Ogel Island. His main goal is to de-construct the island, and will attempt to do so if Pepper delivers pizza to him at his jail cell. His only means of escape is the helicopter built by the player in the first game and used by the player in the first and second.
His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "trickster."
Officer Nick Brick is one of Lego Island's police officers. He has an extremely impressive memory, remembering everything he sees and hears (similar to that of
Adrian Monk). Nick's mannerisms and speech patterns are based on those of Joe Friday, the police sergeant in the " Dragnet" franchise. He is usually seen patrolling the island on foot or on a motorcycle. His one drawback is the lack of a nose; as a result, he cannot detect a scent. (It must be noted that no character -- or their physical minifigure counterpart -- has a visible nose.)
Nick makes appearances in both "Lego Island" and "Lego Island 2". In "Lego Island", he is a playable character, and can change the color of people's legs and hats, as well as flowers and trees.
His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "detective."
Officer Laura Brick is another of Lego Island's police officers, and is the sister of fellow officer Nick Brick. Laura is noted for her kindness, and believes that everyone has a friend in Laura Brick. Her one drawback is her inability to use numbers, as in do mathematical equations, or even count.
Laura makes appearances in both "Lego Island" games. In the original, she is a playable character, and can change people's moods. When not the main character, she often patrols the island on a motorcycle.
Her profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists her occupation as "police officer."
Bill Ding appears in both "Lego Island" and "Lego Island 2", and serves two different purposes in both games. In "Lego Island", he acts as an assistant to the player when he or she wants to build a vehicle (the dune buggy at the garage, the race car at the race track, the helicopter at the police station, or the jet ski at the beach). Occasionally, he can also be seen wandering around the island. In "Lego Island 2", his role is relegated to that of a supporting player, and his primary hangout is now the Octan Gas Station.
Dr. Clickitt is the chief medical practitioner on Lego Island, and works at the hospital. He becomes angry whenever someone refers to his profession as a "practice," claiming he doesn't "need" practice.
Clickitt appears in both games. His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "doctor."
Nubby Stevens works at the Octan Gas Station in both games, along with Nancy Nubbins. He is often found pondering the mysteries of life in "Lego Island", and also makes an appearance in "Lego Island 2". In the former, he asks for help in driving his tow truck, often.
His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "garage attendant."
Nancy Nubbins is the owner of the Octan Gas Station, along with Nubby Stevens. She wears a red cowboy hat and speaks in a Texas-esque accent. She works around the clock at the gas station and never gets tired.
Her profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists her occupation as "garage owner."
Margaret P. "Maggie" Post
Maggie Post is the owner of the Super Store on Lego Island. In the first game, she is in charge of the store's remodeling mission, and asks the player for help (though the store never seems to be remodeled). In the second, she is still the owner of the store, which has now been interlocked with the post office.
Her profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists her occupation as "grocery shop keeper."
Ed Mail is the island's mailman. In the first game, he is seen doing his neverending rounds on the island, and often deprecates his profession, saying he " [has] to work all the time" and that he'd "rather be jet skiing or racing," but his job always ends up being "good...I suppose." His post office is closed in the first game for unknown reasons, and Mail himself never makes any reference to it. In the second game, his post office has been interlocked with Maggie Post's Super Store, and he is portrayed as an uppity mailman who does not like to be disturbed.
His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "post man."
Valerie Stubbins is a resident of the island in both games. In the first, she spends most of her free time at the beach. She speaks in the style of a Californian surfer, taking notice of all the "humongo" sharks, and also races jet skis. In the second, she works as a lifeguard at the ResQ Center, where three boats and a helicopter are available for access. She is horrible at her job, and doesn't pay attention to it.
Her profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists her occupation as "life guard."
Snap Lockitt is another beach-lover on Lego Island. In the first game, he is similar to Valerie Stubbins, speaking similar to a Californian surfer and racing jet skis (in fact, he is in charge of jet ski races). He is seen with a hat in "Lego Island" and with raised hair in "Lego Island 2". His only appearance in the latter game is at a nightclub-like house, where people dance to music.
His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "ResQ surf dude!", implying he works for the same company as Valerie Stubbins.
Red Greenbase is a pedestrian on Lego Island. In the first game, he is seen walking rather aimlessly around the island, and also spends his time at the beach. His legs are green and his shirt and hat are both red; all of these details contribute to his name.
His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "gardener."
Rhoda Hogg is a race car driver on Lego Island. In the first game, she spends her time at the Octan Race Track, and the player can race against her and others. She trades insults with the player and also wanders around the island.
Her profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists her occupation as "race driver."
Jack O'Trades is a member of the Flying Legandos, a circus troupe-like group who performs regularly in the park area on Lego Island. He is the only character from the group to appear in both games. In the first game, he is seen juggling heads and making human pyramids as part of his team. In the second, he is given a higher responsibility, as the owner of the Hyper Mart. In both, he wears a red shirt with the "O" from the LEGO logo on it.
His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "Hyper-Mart owner," effectively disregarding his past life as a Flying Legando.
Mr. DJ Radio/DJ
The DJ of the island's radio station, L.E.G.O. Radio, is heard in one game and both heard and seen in the second. In the first game, he is referred to as "Mr. DJ Radio" and is only heard on the radio inside the Information Center. In the second, he is known simply as "DJ" and can interact with the main character (Pepper).
His profile card in "Lego Island 2" lists his occupation as "Lego Island DJ."
Buck Pounds is the owner of Lego Island's only bank, which is closed for remodeling. He is mostly seen walking around the island and questioning phrases such as "laughing all the way to the bank."
Enter and Return are the paramedics at Lego Island's hospital. They are assistants of Dr. Clickitt who really aren't fit to be of any profession, doing such wacky things as stuffing umbrellas, sharks and trees into the ambulance. However, they always manage to get the job done (the "job" effectively being as nonsensical -- if not more -- than the duo themselves).
Studs Linkin is the star race car driver on Lego Island. He is the son of the (presumably) late race car driver, Hot Rod Linkin, and is very egotistical. He also has a sinus problem.
Dorothy and Glen Funberg
Sisters Dorothy and Glen are pedestrians on Lego Island who are often seen riding around on their bikes. They are also interested in gardening.
Captain D. Rom
Captain D. Rom is the police captain on Lego Island. He is the only police officer to have the "generic" face -- a pair of sunglasses and a smile -- seen on police minifigures of the era. He is somewhat mixed-up; once he sees the player he will order an arrest, then will recognize the player immediately. He also patrols the island gleefully shouting, "Hup-2-3-4, Brickster's locked behind closed doors!"
Captain Click's Skeleton
Captain Click -- or, rather, his skeleton -- was a pirate from Lego Island's history. He is entombed in the cave by the residential area, but he still manages to escape and offer the player helpful tips. He can be heard in both the cave and on the third floor of the Information Center.
Mr. Super is a rather mysterious pedestrian on the island. He always wears some sort of hat, and often travels around on his bike. Not much is known about him.
Mr. and Mrs. Pollywanna
The Pollywannas are parrots on Lego Island who always manage to appear in the most random of places. These can range from on someone's head to inside a car (in this case, the tow truck). The Pollywannas belong to Margaret P. Post.
The Flying Legandos
The Flying Legandos are a circus troupe-like team who perform in the park area in the middle of Lego Island. They wear red muscle shirts with a letter from Lego's official logo in the middle. The troupe consists of Gideon Worse, Polly Gone, Bradford Brickford, Shiney Doris, Bumpy Kindergreen, and Jack O'Trades, and specializes in making human pyramids and juggling each other's heads. Also, Jack O'Trades can be seen walking around the island separately on occasion.
O'Trades can also be seen in "Lego Island 2" in his usual uniform, but all references to the Flying Legandos have been eliminated.
"Lego Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge"
Darren, Rich, Steve, and Rob
Darren, Rich Pickings, Steve Hen, and Rob Banks are all employees of a software company on Lego Island. Each one of the members are named and modeled after their human counterparts, who helped produce "Lego Island 2". Darren and Rich live in a separate house from Steve and Rob; only the house belonging to the latter two can be accessed. Darren and Rich's car, however, is available for use near the building. Rob is the island's practical joker, while Darren, Rich and Steve have rather generic personalities.
Darren's profile card lists his occupation as "producer;" Rich's lists his occupation as "designer;" Steve's lists his occupation as "programmer;" Rob's lists his occupation as "artist." All of these were the occupations of the real-life Darren, Rich, Steve and Rob.
Technician Bob is in charge of the Space Port, atop a huge mountain on Lego Island. The Space Port was just one of many new additions to the island for "Lego Island 2", and it and Technician Bob were added in as a reference to the "space" sets of the era.
Technician Bob's profile card lists his occupation as "space technician."
Pete Bog is the assistant to Dr. Clickett in "Lego Island 2", replacing Enter and Return from the original game. However, Bog is dressed more similarly to a police officer than a medical assistant, and is not as clown-like in attitude as Enter and Return.
Bog's profile card lists his occupation as "doctor's assistant."
Super Station Master
The Super Station Master is a
superheroic station master who is in charge of Lego Island's two train stations. He has the ability to fly and to "rescue" the main character if the main character is about to step off of the train while it is still running or if the main character is about to get hit by the train.
The Super Station Master's profile card lists his occupation as "station master."
Other characters appear in the game as incredibly minor roles. These characters are more familiar minifigures from the various lego sets and themes of the era, including "Adventurers" and space- and castle-related sets.
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* [http://www.geocities.com/wonkeyzonkey/main.html Fansite for "LEGO Island" and "LEGO Island 2"]
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