if you want, I will give a full report on several of Star vs the forces of evil characters and if I'm feeling up to it, some Gravity Falls characters by the end of this week.
they will most likely include, Pony head, Tom, Kelly, Tad, Roy, Janna, and Jackie
and if I do Gravity Falls characters, Toby, Tyler, Lazy Susan, Mason, Mable, Stanly, Stanford, Soos, Wendy, and McGucket. although most of their birthdays are already revealed soooo...
Not to be offensive at all, but Canadians hate me. it could be the fact that I am kinda insensitive and may be partially because Canadians take what i say to literally. please don't hate me. but if you are Canadian, and do hate me, you will be the 4th internet Canadian I've talked to and the 3rd I've upset.
One, I'm not canandian, I am sadly a member of the USA.Two, sorry for getting all angry. Three, Sorry i wasn't here earlier, I was sleeping. I am sorry for suddenly turning cross, but anyone can trigger me VERY easily. Nothing personal.
As promised before, I have found the Aureol signs of the characters in Star vs, the Forces of Evil. I have not found the traits from Gravity Falls for 2 reasons, 1, I have a life, 2, I gave myself like 5 days. Your lucky I got what I did. from now onwards, if it is in parenthesis (like so) it is a side comment made in an informal tone, distracting from the formal nature of this report I will start with the ones I already did. Dennis is a Silkworm because he is intelligent, he uses that metallurgy book to find Ludo, independent, he is very independent of his family, and then there is the fact he kept his efforts to find Ludo secret, and before that he watched his lair from afar, that is definitely secretive. He is also a bit impulsive too, as he quickly makes the decision to talk to Queen Moon in "Face the Music". Ludo is a Lion Dragon. He is self-righteous as shown in "Marco grows a beard", as, instead of thinking about what his minions want, he just thinks about not touching the hair. He is also totally dominating, as he has his own army. he also hates to be restricted, the only example I found is that he never liked his parents, most likely because they were too restricting. Marco is officially a Deadhorse. He is straight-forward, usually with how he feels towards people. such is the case with Jackie and with Star. He is also very faithful. To Star, as her squire, and to others that he cares about. He can, at times be a rule-follower, such as in "Divide" when he leads the "Marc-nificent Seven". He can be considered wise, as he often helps Star with many of her problems. Star is officially a Pig-Goat. Many times throughout the series she proves herself to be hyper. one such occasion is in "Star vs. Echo Creek". To be fair, she was eating a "Sugarrito" but my argument still stands. It is common knowledge that she is fun-loving, as in "Royal Pain", where she creates a waterpark inside the Diaz household. She proves herself to be brave many times as well. such is the case in "Divide", where she is the one to fight Meteora. In "Monster Arm", she is shown to be stubborn, as she stays up for "two nights" trying to figure out the spell to fix Marco's monster arm. In "The Bogbeast of Boggabah", Star is proven to be impulsive. So much so that King Butterfly takes her to the Bog to be The Bogbeast of Boggabah. She is proven to hate rules in "Mr. Candle Cares", so much so that she is willing to completely change her look and cut off a mermaid's tail, just so she does not have to be queen. Janna is a Demon. In "Sleepover" she proves to be fun-loving as she appears to love playing Truth or Punishment despite being in mortal danger. And in "Starcrushed", she is shown to be loyal as, right when Star notifies her to come, she quickly drops what she is doing and rushes to Star. And to use the example of "Sleepover" again, she is proven to be dynamic while in mortal danger. on many occasions, she proves herself to be mischevious. One such occasion is in "Girls Day Out" where she is she is placed in detention. notwithstanding her snake in a can. Pony Head is officially(?) a Lion Dragon(in the trivia section). In "Freeze Day" she shows herself to be both strong and adventurous as she and Star stole treasure from some cyclopses. In "Paty With a Pony", she is self-righteous as she tries to spend as much time as she can with Star, completely disregarding what Marco wants to the point where she abandons him in the Amythest Arcade all alone. In "Ponymonium" she shows herself to be dominating, as she is completely dominating of her sisters to the point of giving them complexes. In the episode," Party With a Pony", she is shown to hate being restricted, as she spends an entire night running from both her father and the robot guards of St Olgas Reform School for Wayward Princesses. Glossaryck is a Deadhorse. In "Bon Bon The Birthday Clown", he is shown to be very faithful to the Magical Instruction Book, to the point of calling it his duty to teach anyone who owns it. He is shown to enough of a leader to train Star and previous generations of Mewni princesses. He is also very wise, as he knows of all magical things. In "By the Book", he is shown to be very much of a rule-follower, as going to great lengths to have Star meticulously follow the spell instructions. this can also be interpreted to be him training Star. (but I'm choosing to see it this way because I'm desperate) King Butterfly is a Lion Dragon. He displays his strong and adventurous personality in "Camping Trip", where he comes to Earth to hike to Old Youthful with Star and Marco. In "Marco and the King", he is displayed to be self-righteous in that he partied for days while not paying any attention to the kingdom. In "Diaz Family Vacation", he goes into The Forrest of Certain Death to fight monsters as he needs "to sneak away and fight monsters. It keeps me sane." this shows the side of him that hates to be restricted. lastly, in "Game of Flags", he is dominating as he and the Butterfly and Johansen families participate in Flags. Queen Butterfly is officially a Deadhorse. In "Storm The Castle", she says to Star, "Oh I'm always mad. But I'm glad you're safe." This (to me at least) proves that she is straightforward in what she says. The reason why she can be called faithful, and also a leader, is that she devotes all her time to her kingdom. Consequently, this makes her seem cold. She can also be considered a rule follower, as she has written a guide to make Star a good queen. And in "Sleep Spells" it is shown that she sends a daily reminder to "act like the queen-in-training that you are." But to use the guide as a reason again, that can be seen as wise. Eclipsa is officially a Demon. In "Stranger Danger", it is shown that she has a somewhat fun-loving and dynamic personality, as she is seen walking through the rose garden, and in "Total Eclipsa the Moon" when she makes the skeleton guitar. It is shown that she is loyal to Star in "Conquer", when after Star is defeated, Eclipsa picks up the wand, and defeats Meteora, despite Meteora being her daughter. After she defeats Meteora, she even tries to give the wand back to Star, but Star refused. Also in "Stranger Danger", she is shown to be a mischevious person by light-heartedly teasing Marco. Another example(if you want to say that) is her leaving her kingdom to elope with a monster. Lastly, in "Butterfly Trap" you could possibly say she had to much pride in the sense that she refused to say that her "crimes" were fine.