Another ability he has shown is the ability to read memory from certain sprites, namely Phong (Infected). He acts a wise therapist whom many come to for advice about their problems, but the majority of the time his advice isn't very helpful and he urges for sprites to figure things out on their own. Dot and the rest of the young ants are incorrectly depicted as nymphs. Gun operates in a fashion similar to a Guardian Keytool, possibly because Matrix idolized Bob as a child. However, she still felt the need to off Herr Doktor and Bunnyfoot vengefully (and comedically) by turning them into biscuits. He appears as a recurring villain in ReBoot: The Guardian Code. It is a sign of her tactical skill that she was able to keep fighting against Megabyte, even with the loss of Enzo and the Principal Office, and then be able to cause some serious damage to Daemon. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and writer-artist Steve Ditko. Megabyte can also store codes to control programs and functions of what ever system he is in, provided he has been given said codes. Hex being her nickname for short, could also refer to her dark powers, and the Medusa Bug she used as a curse against everyone, in Web World Wars, Mouse comments referring to Hex, "Just tell the witch to be ready! She is a member of the Blueberries, a group similar to a scout troop. The Net would be unified in the peace of total oblivion. They are quite dimwitted and bumbling, despite their strength. He has a brutal, almost psychopathic nature and speaks with a deep British accent. She also has the power to open a portal to the net or web in her "looking glass", and has also been seen taking control of system programs like the system paint program. Instead, her primary motive is to simply cause random chaos for fun (and also to kill Megabyte, who kept trying to kill her, likely due to simple sibling rivalry). Very fond of Pong, one must defeat him in a game to be considered worthy of his knowledge. The chant that Daemon makes her followers say is a binary countdown. It is suggested that her powers are near infinite, but because of her madness she is unable to use them for anything constructive. Phong always has the right equipment or knowledge, often handy in whatever sort of situation; in one episode, Bob was shocked to find that Phong had prepared a countermeasure specifically to handle a giant monster made entirely of Nulls stomping around the city. Once Daemon was beaten, the two were much more friendly to each other, though Matrix was always having to deal with anxieties of what to do now there was no-one left to fight. When Flik follows the circus bugs across the stream, Dot follows him, but becomes stuck in the air when she accidentally takes a dandelion puff. In the final episode of Season 2, Megabyte worked with Mainframe to close the Web portal that had opened in Mainframe, but not without heavy cost. When her parents get a chicken coop to avoid buying eggs, Dot names the three new hens Agatha, Princess Peck-Peck and Eliza-Bok. The Jumelle twins swing around climbing to make their count increase while Ruby Marshall jumps rope. In January 2018, Dot. She then flies through the air until she catches up with Flik and the circus bugs, and tries to convince Flik to go back to Ant Island, telling him that Hopper is going to kill her mother if he doesn't do something. The daughter of leading Mainframe scientist Welman Matrix, Dot originally was his assistant as a teenager. Dot creates a translator app so that everyone can understand Scratch. "The Word" may be a reference to a unit of memory called a word. Characters Main. is an animated children's television series based on the book by Randi Zuckerberg. Needing a new base, and as the Principal Office shields were still offline (having been deactivated to provide energy for the Firewall) Megabyte was able to conquer it by force. Daemon is complicated in her feelings. premiered on JimJam in Pan-Europe on May 1, 2017. He would several times show an extreme temper, aiming a gun at Ray Tracer during arguments, and he instinctively raises his gun when surprised by something that might possibly be dangerous (including if he is bumped into). The Eagle 5 crash-lands on the Moon of Vega, leaving Lone Starr, Barf, Vespa, and Dot Matrix to try and survive the harsh desert land. She even sings a whole song about how cute she is in the episode "I'm Cute". Dot. In Wakko's Wish, she gets a beauty mark that she calls a "cutie mark" ("Cindy Crawford, eat your heart out!" Daemon's main advisor and assistant, and under the influence of The Word. He and Hexadecimal were once one virus (Killabyte), who was scheduled for deletion by the Guardians, but upgraded into Gigabyte before it could be carried out. Almost never seen, the only times he is explicitly shown on screen is when he is tied and completely covered up with rope in the episode "The Great Brain Robbery", and jumps in front of the camera in the third-season finale after the system is restored, having been apparently sped up he offers a fast and excited "Woo-hoo!" The reasons for this change (as he had deleted viral Binomes by destroying ABC craft before) was not directly expressed on the show, but presumably it is the result of both Hexadecimal's reprogramming and his experiences of war-torn Mainframe. Matrix's mechanical eye also works in conjunction with Gun for lock-on targeting and tracking purposes. Although she and Bob took until Season 3 to admit it, they are attracted to one another and this sometimes leads to awkward moments between them. She is later seen sitting on a cloverleaf, using Flik's telescope to look for him, despite two of her friends poking fun at her. In a sign of development, Matrix finally spared a virus's life by not killing Megabyte when he was beaten and at his mercy. When a Guardian is first introduced to a Keytool, they exchange code. Scuzzy is last seen in "Firewall". ", he remarked to Enzo about his latest "weapon". from doreymccall Plus . He has an exceedingly cunning intellect as well as the ability to infect and control objects. The bird pecks at the gap, trying to catch Dot and/or Francis. He is a one-binome with a chef's hat. The two have become inseparable since then. Before Dot can know it, her wings finally sprout out and she becomes able to fly. Matrix also carried Bob's damaged Guardian Keytool, Glitch, having recovered it as Enzo after Megabyte launched Bob into the Web; although this was mostly symbolic, as Glitch was rendered virtually nonfunctional, Matrix did continue to use Glitch for stats and information about games and systems he encountered. Their species is never made clear; when asked what they are, they generally respond "we're the Warner Brothers (and the Warner Sister)", or say they're simply "cute".[1]. and the series became available to stream on April 15. Although he is quick to anger he has still shown a desire to help those in need (albeit in a very gruff and violent way) and his quest to return to Mainframe has let him bring many systems back from the brink of annihilation. He was deleted (and gave the viewer an early look into Daemon's eventual "attack") when he killed himself, due to failing Daemon's order to penetrate Mainframe. Young lovers in London are wrapped up in a love triangle that may not be exactly what it seems. His main friend growing up was Frisket until he met AndrAIa and brought her to Mainframe. An HTML game called Dot's Rangeroo Scavenger Hunt is available on Kids' CBC and Universal Kids's websites.[when?] [5], The first season, consisting of 52 episodes, was broadcast on October 22, 2016. Dot Matrix is the "Droid of Honor" for Princess Vespa at her wedding. Dot is captured by Hopper again, but Flik orders Hopper to leave not only Dot, but Atta and the Blueberry Scouts as well alone, confessing to Hopper that the bird is his idea. This is a list of characters in the Warner Bros. animated television series, Animaniacs. When she finally did escape Megabyte's control, her "rattling of her brother's bones" devastated G-Prime and the surrounding sectors. Her name is a reference to hexadecimal notation. He's gained a next-gen keytool named Sparc, though it will only work for him when he proves he has "the heart of a Guardian". She later became the of Mainframe in place of Phong. The series debuted on Kids' CBC in Canada on September 6, 2016. Though both were reluctant to carry out those orders, Slash freed Cyrus at the last moment. The bird spots the helpless Dot and charges toward her, prompting her to let go of the dandelion puff. He harbors an unparalleled hatred towards viruses and will not hesitate to delete them in a violent and merciless manner. The reason for this is unknown, but as Season 2 also had a reference to the Web "getting out of control and invading Systems", it may have been a diversionary tactic to keep the Guardians looking elsewhere. Her father, King Roland, proceeds to make an offer with Lone Starr and Barf to rescue her for 1,000,000 spacebucks.