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Conflict is in our blood. We can't deny it. I was born on the battlefield... And I'll die on the battlefield. All I can do is fight, Snake... all I can do is fight.
~ Gray Fox to Solid Snake, Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake.
Snake, we're not tools of the government or anyone else. Fighting was the only thing... the only thing I was good at, but... at least I always fought for what I believed in. Snake... farewell...
~ Gray Fox's final words to Solid Snake

Frank Jaeger, better known as Gray Fox, is a former FOXHOUND agent that was once Solid Snake's ally. He is the secondary antagonist of Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, the secondary antagonist in Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops and a villain turned anti-hero in Metal Gear Solid.

He was voiced by Greg Eagles (who also voiced Grim in The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Lobo in Lobo, The Sandman in The Powerpuff Girls, and Gantenbainne Mosqueda in Bleach) in Metal Gear Solid, Rob Paulsen (who also voiced The Mask in The Mask: Animated Series and young Hervnick Z. Snerz in Green Eggs and Ham) in Metal Gear Solid: The Twins Snake and Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns for the Patriots, and Larc Spies in Metal Gear: Portable Ops.



As stated in Metal Gear Solid: Official Mission Handbook, Frank was born from unknown parents in 1970s, and was of Vietnamese and German-American descent. He spent his youth as a child soldier.


Frank Jaeger as a civilian

Frank eventually joined RENAMO and took part in Mozambican Civil War, but ended up captured by FRELIMO. He was tortured heavily, eventually getting his nose and ears cut off, but after a few days, Big Boss came to his rescue. Around this time, Frank killed two people in the Rhodesian Civil War, not knowing they had a young daughter. He adopted her as a younger sister out of guilt and in the 1980s, Big Boss brought the two to America. Frank and Big Boss returned to Africa to continue fighting while the girl stayed in America. In 1988, Frank was living under the alias "Frank Hunter" in Calgary during the Winter Olympic Games. He began a relationship with Gustava Heffner, a Czech champion figure skater and they tried to elope together. However, the American government didn't allow Gustava into the country and she was sent back to Czechoslovakia where she lost her competition rights. As a result, Frank developed a hatred for his superiors.

Joining FOXHOUND and Metal Gear

Gray Fox at the time of the Outer Heaven uprising.

In the early 90s, Frank had received decorations 5 times and joined FOXHOUND as "Gray Fox", becoming the only active field agent with the codename "Fox" (the highest commemoration in the unit). While he worked with FOXHOUND, Gray Fox's real name became highly classified by "Classified National Security Codes". In 1995, Gray Fox was assigned to gather information on the secret nuclear weapon being developed in Outer Heaven. After he infiltrated Outer Heaven, he scouted the first building in the fortress and took note of the locations of inner courtyard, cameras, elevators, weapons and equipment. Eventually Gray Fox found the information on the nuclear weapon, but he was captured though he sent the information he'd gotten back to FOXHOUND. His final words were just "Metal Gear" before his transmission was cut off.

A rookie FOXHOUND member, Solid Snake, was sent in to follow up on Gray Fox's mission. He managed to rescue Gray Fox, who told him everything he'd learned, that Metal Gear was a walking tank weapon equipped with nuclear weaponry. They managed to destroy the prototype of Metal Gear being built in Outer Heaven. However soon afterwards, it was revealed that Big Boss was the one in charge of the operation in Outer Heaven. After the fortress was destroyed, Gray Fox left FOXHOUND and disappeared, following Big Boss, who had apparently died after fighting Snake. He took part in the Mercenary War so as to help Big Boss form Zanzibar Land, eventually becoming the commander of its Mercenary Forces, the "Dogs of War".

Metal Gear 2

Metal Gear D

In 1999, Gray Fox started to raid several nuclear disposal sites with Metal Gear D. Due to this, and that the Zanzibar Land's kidnapped Dr. Kio Marv, FOXHOUND, now under Roy Campbell's leadership, took action. They called Snake out of retirement and sent him in to take down Zanzibar Land. During his mission, Gray Fox sent him anonymous messages to help him overcome obstacles, simply saying he was "Snakes #1 fan". After the bridge leading to the detention camp was destroyed by Gray Fox, he and Snake met again after 4 years. Ironically, destroying the bridge killed Fox's love, Gustava, who'd become an Stb agent and was serving as Marv's bodyguard, though he seemed unaware of this. Following this, Snake was trying to get into the 20th floor of the Tower Building when Gray Fox stopped the elevator, sending in an assassination squad to take Snake out.

Later on, Gray Fox took Snake on in Metal Gear D, but Snake managed to destroy the mech. However Fox managed to escape Metal Gear D, as well as steal the OILIX formula from Snake when his equipment caught fire. Snake pursued Gray Fox and eventually the two fought hand to hand in a minefield with Snake emerging the victor. Gray Fox explained his past with Big Boss, which was why he was so indebted to him. He went on to say that he didn't like war, but needed it due to his past and also admitted to being the one who sent Snake the anonymous messages. Snake promised Gray Fox he'd meet Gustava again on the other side and left the facility, leaving a seemingly dead Gray Fox behind.

Cybernetic Upgrade

Gray Fox reborn as the Cyborg Ninja.

After Big Boss' apparent death and the fall of Zanzibar land, Gray Fox's body, which had been blown apart by a landmine, was taken by a clean-up crew. Dr. Clark, FOXHOUND's main medical officer, used Gray Fox as a test subject for a new gene therapy experiment and he was drugged and experimented on for four years. He was equipped with an experimental cybernetic exoskeleton that was grafted onto his body to give him more mobility. While this increased Gray Fox's agility and strength as well as endow him the him use of a new form of camouflage technology that hid him at will, it render him periodical onset of extremely painful spasms, accompanied by electrical discharges from his body, which partly the result of a side effect of imperfect nerve connections resulting from Dr. Clark's experiments

In 2000, his younger sister, now calling herself Naomi Hunter, became Dr. Clark's assistant. In 3 years, she managed to help Gray Fox escape and he killed Clark, partly at EVA's request since she'd been a founding member of the Patriots and partly out of revenge for the experimentation. Naomi covered this up as a lab accident and also made it seem as if her brother had died in that same accident.

Metal Gear Solid/The Twin Snakes

Gray Fox easily slaying the Genome Soldiers.

In 2005, Gray Fox infiltrated Shadow Moses island, seeking out Solid Snake, who'd been sent in to bring down the Sons of Big Boss, a renegade FOXHOUND unit led by Liquid Snake. He secretly began aiding Snake in his mission by sending him anonymous messages under the name, "Deepthroat". Eventually they discovered Gray Fox's presence after he killed three of their men while he was using his camouflage equipment soon before Snake arrived, resulting in an increase in security. Gray Fox first encountered Snake after he freed Kenneth Baker, the president of ArmsTech, and attacked Revolver Ocelot, cutting off his right hand.

Gray Fox confronting Solid Snake.

Later on, Gray Fox confronted Snake in Hal Emmerich's lab after killing a large group of Genome Soldiers. He demanded a final battle, feeling that his soul could only find respite in a fight to the death, being indifferent to the outcome. His superhuman reflexes and swordsmanship rendered Snake's gunfire ineffective, only sheathing his sword after Snake engaged him in hand-to-hand combat. Though Snake didn't know who he was fighting, he soon figured it out as they took each other on. He managed to start winning, but before the fight ended, Gray Fox started crying out in pain and retreated.

Gray Fox battling Metal Gear REX.

Later, as Snake battled against Metal Gear REX, Gray Fox attacked REX's radome, interfering with the weapon's sensory input. While Liquid Snake tried to find the two, Gray Fox revealed his past with Naomi to Solid Snake and that she was too young at the time to remember what happened. Gray Fox then asked Snake to tell her the truth, before leaving his hiding place to engage REX again and Natasha Romanenko speculated his adoption of Naomi and his habit of constantly participating in conflicts were a result of post-traumatic stress disorder he'd gained as a child.

Gray Fox getting his arm cut off by Metal Gear REX.

As Gray Fox continued to fight REX, one of his arms was cut off by one of its weapons and he was eventually pinned against a wall by the weapon, but managed to destroy the radome completely, saying a "cornered fox was more dangerous than a Jackal". Liquid let him fall to the floor and Gray Fox told Snake to fire his stinger missiles, which could bring down REX, but Snake wouldn't since it would kill Fox as well. Gray Fox just told Snake about how he was recovered from Zanzibar Land and was neither alive or dead, but he could now die in peace.

Liquid Snake made REX stomp on Gray Fox and though his exoskeleton protected him from the first stomp, the second was too much. As Gray Fox lay dying, he told Snake fighting was the only thing he was good at, but at least he'd always fought for what he believed in and wished Snake goodbye. After getting off of Shadow Moses island, Snake told Naomi that Gray Fox's last message would be that he'd always love her, but didn't tell her Fox killed her parents, because he had been her only family.

Other Appearances

Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops

Null as part of FOX unit.

The character's history is expanded in Portable Ops, at which Gray Fox is featured as a super-soldier known as Null

During his time as a child soldier fighting in the war for independence in Mozambique, he gained the notoriety for his ruthless tactics: Frank would trick his enemies into letting down their guard with the "frankness of a young boy". He would then kill them with the "ruthlessness of a hunter" and killed dozens of Portuguese soldiers throughout the war. Amongst the enemy forces, Frank became called "The Frank Hunter" but due to his knowing a little German, his allies named him "Frank Jaeger" (Jaeger meaning Hunter in German).

In 1966, Big Boss met Frank, only knowing him as a nameless child soldier working with FRELIMO a Marxist faction in Mozambique. After taking him down in battle, Big Boss brought Frank to a child rehab center, where he thought the boy would be fine. While there, Frank was taken by the CIA, who made him part of their "Perfect Soldier Program". It made him into an even better killer and stripped him of any sense of remorse. The process also increased Frank's reflexes to the point he could deflect bullets and enhanced his agility. However it was not without its costs, due to the fact that he was kept in a sensory deprivation water tank that reset his memories and suppressed his emotions. Frank was the only test subject to survive the project and was considered a lost number, earning him the codename, "Null".

When he was a teenager, Null joined FOX unit, while it was under the leadership of Gene during the San Hieronymo Takeover. He aided the unit in capturing Big Boss and fought him, but he couldn't defeat Big Boss. However time in his deprivation tank couldn't take away Null's memories of his loss. Eventually he broke out of the tank after Gene talked with Revolver Ocelot and killed a number of officers. Gene managed to stab Null in his hands and knees with knives and he was finally brought down with telekinesis. But Null's determination to kill Big Boss remained and he broke out again, killing many of his allies.

He found his way to the Subpower Station where he fought Big Boss again and explained the thoughts and emotions he'd gained from the project. Null said his mind was "littered with corpses" and he'd practically become a nihilist and a fatalist. He asked Big Boss why he wouldn't die and what he hoped to accomplish by living, before taking him on again. Null lost again and it was at this moment that Big Boss realized who he was, successfully convincing him to get help outside of the FOX unit. He was sent to a hospital and though he survived the events of the San Hieronymo Takeover, Null had suffered a great deal of physical and psychological damage. The doctors and Roy Campbell weren't sure that he would ever be able to live a normal life after his release from the hospital.

The canonicity of Portable Ops is disputed, with Kojima having stated, "...the main story of Portable Ops is part of the Saga, is part of the official Metal Gear timeline, while some of the small details that are in Portable Ops are outside the Saga, not part of the main timeline of the game." The game even pointed out that Frank was already around in 1970s and even met Big Boss for the first time during that point, as opposed of the account in Metal Gear 2 which revealed that he met Big Boss when the latter liberated him from imprisonment at a forced labor camp after Vietnam War (which was after 1984).

Super Smash Bros.

Gray Fox is an assist trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, where he would leap around the arena, rapidly slashing at the opponents. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, if one of the players is using Snake when the Gray Fox assist trophy is activated, they will exchange dialogue from Metal Gear Solid. He appears as a sticker (boosts flinch resistance by 98 to any fighter) and trophy as well in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, and as a spirit in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. As a spirit, Grey Fox is a primary ace-level attack spirit with no special ability. In his spirit battle, the player fights Sheik on Shadow Moses Island, with the Grey Fox assist being summoned often and the Sheik being faster than usual.


According to Gustava, Frank Jaeger presented himself as a handsome, well-mannered and intelligent man, but always afraid at the same time. Behind his tenacity and cold-blood nature which earned him respect from Solid Snake and others in FOXHOUND, he is a miserable soul plagued by post-traumatic stress disorder and fighting instincts he developed from his early years as a child soldier. He resented war as much as he craved it, leading to him believe that he cannot lead a normal life and sided with Big Boss at the expense of becoming militarily opposed to his friends such as Solid Snake. Even so, Frank holds no resentment towards his best friend and junior Snake despite their fallout in Zanzibar, as he guided the latter through several anonymous radio supports and the two eventually made amends following their final battle at the minefield, in which Frank discouraged Snake to sink as low as him. Said loyalty was what motivated him to persevere against his painful cybernetic enhancements as while interfering Snake's mission at Shadow Moses so he can have a last fight against him, though he ended up giving his life to aid Snake in disabling Metal Gear REX, achieving the peace that robbed of him by Dr. Clark who turned him into Cyborg Ninja and saving the world in process.

In addition of his experiences as a child soldier, Frank's post-traumatic stress disorder was also stemmed from immense guilt that he felt after his murder on his adoptive sister Naomi Hunter's birth parents. When he recounted this crime to Solid Snake, Frank made it clear that he genuinely loved her and did his best to raise her like a younger sister and daughter figure to redeem himself all while keeping the true reason of her parents' death a secret, but the said guilt won't go away no matter what he did. As such, he remained fearful around Naomi, as he always reminded of their deaths every time he looked into Naomi's eyes and pleaded to Snake to tell Naomi the truth. Despite this, Snake couldn't bring himself to do so, knowing that Frank is the only family that Naomi had.

Powers and Abilities


How strong is that exoskeleton of yours?
~ Liquid Snake to Gray Fox
  • Cybernetic Enhancements: After his dying body recovered by the Patriots in secret and used as guinea pig for gene therapy project and other experiments by FOXHOUND's chief medic Dr. Clark, Gray Fox acquired an experimental cybernetic exoskeleton which drastically enhanced his strength and agility to greater superhuman levels. The armor is equipped with an arm cannon that fires explosive energy blasts and a camouflage unit that lets him "cloak" at will, rendering him invisible. However, the flaw in the procedure which turned him into cyborg ninja (implied to be imperfect nerve connections which screw his pain receptors as Raiden alluded while comparing Dr. Clark's technique with one he underwent that tamer and more improved in comparison in Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance) resulted him suffering occasional painful spasms.
    • Enhanced Strength: The exoskeleton gives Frank enough strength to throw around grown men, lift a man on his sword with one hand, snap a man's wrist with ease, kick a piece of a concrete wall at an opponent, and even allowed him to hold up the foot of Metal Gear Rex which weighs 557.16 tons.
    • Enhanced Speed: The exoskeleton makes Frank fast enough to cut off Revolver Ocelot's hand faster than he could pull the trigger, blitz Solid Snake to the point the latter had a hard time keeping track of him, and outruns as well as deflects bullets faster than the human eye can track.
    • Enhanced Agility: The exoskeleton allows Frank to perform superhuman feats of agility. He is able to leap high upward in the air, flip away from minigun fire, and uses agile maneuvers in close quarters combat.
    • Enhanced Reflexes: The exoskeleton grants Frank enhanced reflexes. He was able to dodge minigun fire, deflect and even cut bullets in mid-air.
    • Enhanced Durability: The exoskeleton's armor provides Frank's badly damaged body with a great deal of durability. Able to resist bullets from a mini-gun, the head of Metal Gear Rex, and its foot before being crushed.


Good, now we can fight as warriors. Hand to hand, it is the basis of all combat. Only a fool trusts his life to a weapon.
~ Gray Fox to Solid Snake
  • Master Hand-to-Hand Combatant/Martial Artist: Gray Fox demonstrated impressive hand-to-hand combat skill. His fighting style seems to comprise of Karate, Taekwondo, Boxing, Kung Fu, Krav Maga, Kali, and Jujitsu. He fights against Snake in the middle of a minefield at Zanzibar Land. After becoming the first cyborg ninja, his skills further enhanced to superhuman level. It should be noted that Gray Fox's hand-to-hand fighting style proved distinct enough for Snake to deduce his true identity during their second confrontation at Shadow Moses despite the fact that he kept his face concealed all the time.
    • Sword Mastery: Gray Fox also skilled when it comes about using bladed weapons, from a simple knife to the most advanced high-frequency sword. He was able to deflect gunfire with his blade, even from automatic firearms.
    • Master Marksman: As a soldier, Gray Fox is skilled in use of firearms he could reach. He fought Big Boss with M10 machine gun as Null. He later fired his arm mounted plasma cannon at Metal Gear Rex's radome, destroying it.
George Kasler: Gray Fox... Real name, Frank Jaeger. Former member of FOXHOUND. He was the last man to hold the title of Fox in the Big Boss era. Decorated five times...
Solid Snake: Yeah, I know all about how good he is... Better than anyone else. I fought with him. He's a cold-blooded hunter. He never lets his prey escape. Everybody in the unit respected him. Looked up to him.
~ Kasler and Snake about Gray Fox
  • Military Training: As result of spending majorities of his youth as a child soldier, Gray Fox grew into a skilled and deadly soldier, and the sole member of FOXHOUND who received code name Fox for that reason. Portable Ops. elaborated his lethality back in his days as a child soldier where he used the "frankness of a young boy" upon unsuspecting soldiers before killing them once they lowered their guard with "the ferocity of a hunter".
    • Piloting and Driving Skills: Gray Fox has a decent skill in piloting and driving any sort of vehicles as demonstrated from his use of Metal Gear D.
    • Stealth: As a soldier and later a cyborg ninja, Fox is highly skilled in stealth tactics. He was able to infiltrate highly secure military bases such as Outer Heaven and Shadow Moses.

Weapons & Equipment

  • Machete: Gray Fox's signature melee weapon as Null. (Portable Ops. only)
  • M10: Gray Fox's firearm as Null (Portable Ops. only)
  • Cyborg Ninja Exoskeleton: Following his defeat at Zanzibar Land, Gray Fox was experimented by Dr. Clark where in the said experiment, he has his crippled body outfitted and put together with experimental blue, brown, and white Cyborg Ninja Exoskeleton. The said exoskeleton is easily recognized with a red lamp in the central portion of the face mask with the eyeslots being to the left and right of the lamp. The armor was also sturdy enough to withstand a direct stomp from Metal Gear REX. The exoskeleton also has following arsenals:
    • Stealth Camouflage: The exoskeleton has built-in Stealth Camouflage technology which allow Gray Fox to be invisible at will.
    • Arm-Mounted Cannon: Gray Fox was able to mount a cannon onto his exoskeleton's right arm which appeared to fire rapid energy bolts strong enough to damage Metal Gear Rex's radome.
    • Radar Dampening Field System: The exoskeleton can emit electromagnetic waves that can disrupt radars, even one as advanced as the Soliton Radar, to short out should its wearer be in close proximity. This trait was best demonstrated when Solid Snake arrived at the Western labs the first time around, after Gray Fox managed to wipe out the soldiers stationed there, as well as during their fight in the actual lab itself.
It looks like they were cut by some type of blade.
~ Solid Snake examining soldiers killed by Gray Fox
  • Hi-Frequency Blade: Gray Fox's signature weapon, a blade reinforced by a powerful alternating current and resonating at extremely high vibration frequencies which allow it to cut almost any material on a whim. The concept art suggested that the weapon is collapsible and connected to the exoskeleton which acted as its power source. The Twin Snakes remake shows it residing in a sheath on his back.



  • Gray Fox's codename when he gave Snake advice, "Deepthroat", was the codename of an FBI agent, William Mark Felt, who exposed Nixon's involvement in the Watergate incident. He revealed his identity as Deepthroat in May 2005.
  • One of Gray Fox's pupils was white in Metal Gear Solid, which might be a result of his fight with Snake in Zanzibar Land.
  • His actual birth name is unknown.
  • ScrewAttack named Gray Fox 2nd on their top 10 Ninjas list.
  • He is referenced a number of times in Metal Gear Solid 4, such as during one cutscene when Naomi remembered Gray Fox, where part of the "Frank Hunter" theme from Portable Ops is heard.
  • Gray Fox also appears as a DLC Skin for Raiden to wear in the videogame Metal Gear Rising Revengeance. His sword replaces Raiden's sword, though it does not change overall statistics.
  • Gray Fox appears as a playable character in Konami Krazy Racers on GBA, like many Konami characters.
  • In Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake, Fox's portrait was modeled after actor Tom Berenger. In the re-released versions, he was redesigned to resemble his later depiction in Metal Gear Solid.


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Assists Trophies/Poké Ball Pokémon
Andross | Arceus | Black Knight | Burrowing Snagret | Chain Chomps | Chef Kawasaki | Darkrai | Deoxys | Devil | Dr. Wily | Entei | Elec Man | Ghirahim | Giratina | Ghosts | Gray Fox | Hammer Bros. | Klaptrap | Knuckle Joes | Kyurem | Lakitu | Lord Nightmare | Metroid | Meowth | Mimikyu | Mother Brain | Palkia | Phosphora | Shadow the Hedgehog | Skull Kid | Spinies | Starman | Unown | Waluigi

Acro | Affinity | Air Man | Akuma | Alraune | Albert Wesker | Amalthus | Andrew Oikonny | Antasma | Aparoids | Aparoid Queen | Arlon | Ashnard | Axel | Baba | Baby Bowser | Babylon Rogues (Jet the Hawk, Wave the Swallow, Storm the Albatross) | Balrog | Banzai Bills | Bass | Big Boss | Bio Rex | Birdo | Black Shadow | Blood Falcon | Bokoblins | Blippers | Bloopers | Bombers | Bomb Man | Bonkers | Boos | Boom Boom | Boom Stompers | Box Boxer | Boxy | Broom Hatters | Bugzzy | Bumpety Bombs | Bulborbs | Burt the Bashful | Buzzy Beetles Byrne | Cackletta | Calamity Ganon | Camus | Cappys | Captain Syrup | Carmilla | Chandelure | Chaos | Chaos Kin | Chargin' Chucks | Claus | Clubberskulls | Colonel Pluck | Condor | Cragalanche | Crash Man | Creepers | Count Bleck | Count Cannoli | Cranky Kong/Donkey Kong (arcade) | Cut Man | Daphnes | Dark Man 4 | Dark Matter | Dark Mind | Darknuts | Daroach | Deadly Six (Zavok, Master Zik, Zeena, Zomom, Zazz, Zor) | Death | Deathborn | Devil Jin | Demise | Demon King Arzodius | Diggernaut | Dimentio | Dive Man | DJ Octavio | Don Bongo | Donkey Kong Jr. | Dragaux | Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik | Drill Man | Dry Bones | Eagle | E-123 Omega | Edelgard von Hresvelg | Eggplant Wizard | EggRobos | Emerl | E.M.M.I. | Ender Dragon | Erazor Djinn | Evil Ryu | Father Balder | Fawful | Fiery Blowhog | Fire Man | Flages | Flash Man | Fortitudo | FU | Fynalle | Gangrel | Galacta Knight | Galactic Fiend Kraken | Galaxy Man | Guardians | Garon | Gengar | General Guy | Geese Howard | Gharnef | Ghasts | Ghosts | Gleeok | Goda | Gold Bone | Golems (Kirby) | Golems (Dragon Quest) | Gomorrah | Gooper Blooper | Gordos | Goro Akechi | Gravity Man | Great Reaper | Grief | Gruntilda | Guts Man | Hades | Hard Man | Hawke | Heihachi Mishima | Helmaroc King | Hewdraw | Hooktail | Hoopa Unbound | Hot Heads | Ice Man | Igor | Infinite | Ing | Inspired | Iori Yagami | Iridescent Glint Beetle | Iron Golems | Jade Face | Jeanne | Jin | Jin Kazama | Julius | Juri Han | Kalypso | Kamek | Kammy Koopa | Kanden | Karate Kong | Kass | King Bob-omb | King Boo | King Dice | King Dodongo | King Hippo | King Knight | King Olly | Kip | Kludge | Knight Man | Kracko | Kraid | Kritters | Kuma II | Kyle Merkulov | Leon Powalski | Lethiniums | Liquid Snake | Loptr | Lord Fredrik | Lurchthorns | Lyon | MB | M. Bison | Magnamalo | Magolor | Mahvas | Majora | Malladus | Malos | Master Belch | Master Kohga | Mecha Ridley | Medeus | Medusa | Megontas | Meta-Knights (Axe Knight, Javelin Knight, Mace Knight, Trident Knight, Blade Knight) | Metal Man | Metal Sonic | Metroid Prime | Mimicuties | Moblins | Mockiwis | Moley | Monoeyes | Mouser | Mr. Frosty | Mr. L | Mr. Shine and Mr. Bright | Mugly | Nabbit | Napalm Man | Natah | Necrozma | Nihilego | Nightmare | Nina Williams | Ninja Kong | Nipper Plants | Noxus | Nruffs | Nutskis | O'Chunks | Octoman | Octoroks | Olaf | Ornes | Pandora | Panther Caroso | Paper Bowser | Parasite Queen | Paz Ortega Andrade | Peckish Aristocrabs | Phantom Ganon | Pico | Pidgits Piglins | Pigma Dengar | Pigmasks | Plague Knight | Plasma Wisps | Plasm Wraith | Pom Pom | Pompy | Poppy Bros Jrs. | Princess Shroob | Quaggled Mireclops | Queen Metroid | Queen Sectonia | Quick Man | Rabbid Kong | Rabbids | Raphael the Raven | Reapers | Redd | Rhea | Revolver Ocelot | Riku | Risky Boots | Rockys | Rodin, the Infinite One | Roger the Potted Ghost | Rouge the Bat | Roxas | Rufus Shinra | Ryuichi and Ryuji | Sagat | Scarfies | Scurvy Crew | Shadow Beasts | Shadow Man | Shadow Queen | Shaft | Shake King | Sheegoth | Shield Knight | Shotzos | Shroobs | Shy Guys | Sidesteppers | Sigma | Sir Kibbles | Skeletons | Skull Man | Skuttlers | Slash Man | Slimes (Dragon Quest) | Slimes (Minecraft) | Smoky Prog | Snake Man | Snowmads | Solidus Snake | Space Pirates (Kid Icarus) | Space Pirates (Metroid) | Spark Man | Specknoses | Specter Knight | Spire | Squeakers | Starmans | Stu | Sword Man | Swooping Snitchbug | Sylux | Tacs | Tatanga | Thanatos | The Devil | The Skull | Therion | The Three Mage-Sisters (Francisca, Flamberge, Zan Partizanne) | Tiki Tak Tribe (Kalimba | Gong-Oh | Maraca Gang | Wacky Pipes | Cordian | Banjo Bottom | Xylobone) | Tiki Tong | Top Man | Trace | Travis Touchdown | Turks (Elena, Reno, Rude, Tseng) | Turret Tusk | Twinbellows | Twinrova | Ultimate Chimera | Vaati | Validar | Vega | Viridi | Viruses | Vivian | Vorash | Waddle Dees | Waddle Doos | Walhart | Walkys | Wart | Weavel | Wheelies | Whispy Woods | Whomps | Wigglers | Wind Man | Wollywog | Wood Man | Xord | X-Parasites | Yaldabaoth | Yuga | Yveltal | Zangief | Zant | Zero | Zingers | Zoda | Zurees

Ansem | Billy Kane | Chang Koehan | Choi Bounge | Dr. Coyle | Dragonborn | Master Xehanort | Ryuji Yamazaki | Saïx | Solon | Spiders | Springtron | Team Rocket Grunts | Vanitas | Xemnas | Yiga Foot Soldiers