Principal of the Thing

In Baldi’s Basics in Education and Learning, the Principal of the Thing is the head of Here School. He dislikes when students break the rules like running in the halls. He’ll roam the halls and monitor for any rule-breakers to immediately send to detention, making it easier for Baldi to catch up to you.

Baldi

In Baldi’s Basics in Education and Learning, Baldi is a teacher at Here School who loves challenging his students with fun trivia problem whenever he can! Each time you find a notebook, you’ll have to answer some questions. Answer all three correctly, and you will earn a prize! Find all 7 notebooks, and then exit the school to win! But get a question wrong, and Baldi’s smile will quickly turn into a frown.

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Captain Cold

Leonard Snart AKA Captain Cold is a major villain of the DC Universe and an archnemesis to The Flash. He is the leader of the Rogues, a group of villains banded together to defeat Flash. He appears in the Flash and Legends of Tomorrow CW series played by Wentworth Miller.

Gwen Dawson

Gwen Dawson (Rose Leslie) is a maid at Downton Abbey. Though she comes from humble beginnings, she is determined to fulfill her dream of being a secretary. With Lady Sybil’s help, she eventually gets a secretary job at a telephone company. She is kind, sensitive, and reserved, though she made the bold move of crossing class boundaries to befriend Lady Sybil.

Queenie from AHS: Coven

A modern witch with blood ties to both the Salem witches and the voodoo tribe, Queenie (Gabourey Sidibe) is the only person of color at Miss Robichaux’s Academy in American Horror Story: Coven. Queenie is sassy, confident, and possesses the abilities of a “human voodoo doll” – she can injure herself in order to harm others, while feeling no pain herself. She enters Miss Robichaux’s Academy alongside Madison Montgomery, Zoe Benson, Misty Day, and is taught by the Supreme Fiona Goode. Through the trials of AHS: Coven, Queenie eventually ends up on the Witches’ Council and makes an appearance in the sister series, American Horror Story: Hotel.

Téa Gardner

In Yu-Gi-Oh!, the childhood friend of Yugi Muto and Joey Wheeler, Téa Gardner (Amy Birnbaum / Maki Saito) is an amateur duelist and aspiring ballerina. She is a sweet-natured girl who fiercely advocates for the bonds of friendship, and most of her dueling deck is comprised of cute cards and cards around the topic of faith. She is involved in a rather odd love triangle involving herself, Yugi, and Yami Yugi.

Hinata Hyuga

A soft-spoken, polite, kind girl, Hinata Hyuga appears on the surface to be ill-suited to the life of a ninja on the anime TV series Naruto. She is the heir of a powerful and wealthy clan, but they disowned her because of her meek disposition. Once she joins Team 8 and meets Naruto, however, she begins to find her confidence and develop her exceptional skills. In Part 1 of the series she wears her hair in a short bob and covers up in a tan coat and dark pants. Sew on a thick trim of white fur to the jacket and paint on the leaf patch for the full effect.

Misty Day from AHS: Coven

The resident Stevie Nicks fanatic of AHS: Coven’s group of witches, Misty Day (Lily Rabe) was a contender for the title of Supreme alongside Madison, Queenie, and Zoe. With the ability of resurgence, Misty was able to bring back souls from the dead – including her own, after being burned at the stake. Compared to the other young witches in Coven, Misty’s style is unique in its bohemian and slightly more colorful quality.

Tanooki Mario

The Tanooki Suit allows Mario all the powers of Raccoon Mario – flight, tail whip, and gliding. But additionally, the Tanooki allows him to take the form of a stone statue and become invulnerable. Introduced in Super Mario Bros. 3, it is one of the most coveted power-ups.