Human (Male)
Fighter(web series)
Neutral Humanoid Weaponry (RPG)
Boomerang Shield
Drain Beam
First appeared in
Episode 2: Mansion Midnight
Recently appeared in
Voice Actor
Lawrence Simpson
"Look, you both need to get out of here and pretend you never saw this place, or I'm going to be in a lot of trouble with the Webmaster..." - Asterob

Asterob is a minor character in TOME who works as a programmer for Webmaster. He is of the Fighter class with the power of reflection.



Asterob first appears in Episode 2, Mansion Midnight, during which he is working on completing the Mansion for the Webmaster. Kirbopher and Nylocke encounter him in the Mansion while trailing Gamecrazed, who had entered the Mansion earlier. Asterob timidly demands that they leave, as the Mansion wasn't supposed to be accessed by any players yet. When Kirbopher and Nylocke refuse and start fighting, he reluctantly fights back using a shield that gradually stores up energy before releasing it in a powerful blast (which accidentally breaks a hole in one of the Mansion's walls). Before he could convince the two to leave, Splat invades the mansion and captures Nylocke and Kirbopher, demanding that Asterob hand over the beta weapons in his possession, which have capabilities similar to his shield. Gamecrazed, who had been hiding elsewhere in the Mansion, then attacks Splat and throws her from the Mansion, before using his abilities to fix the hole in the Mansion's wall. As thanks, Asterob gives him the Drain Edge. He then pleads for the players to leave the Mansion, which they do.

Asterob briefly appears in Episode 4, Fraggedquest, where he attempts to help Alpha and Gamecrazed find the feet of the Shadow Guard Idol.

Asterob next appears during Episodes 8 and 9, Gemini Tournament Yin and Gemini Tournament Yang, where he participates in the Gemini Tournament with Sniperwheel. The duo face Neomutant and Dustbunny in the first round, during which Dustbunny fills the arena with smoke, allowing her to take Asterob's shield right from him. She and Neomutant then abandon the arena, allowing Asterob and Sniperwheel to win by forfeit and leaving Asterob without a weapon.

The quarterfinal round in the Gemini tournament, against two unnamed fighters, is won single-handedly by Sniperwheel, leaving Asterob very upset about the loss of his shield. It is just at that instant that the shield is thrown back into the arena by Zetto, allowing him to participate in the upcoming semifinal round against Nylocke and Gamecrazed.

At the beginning of the round, Sniperwheel tells Asterob to "let a real man handle this one," which infuriates Asterob. He removes his hat, glasses, and tie, telling Nylocke that "there's only room for one Brit to be at the top!" However, he loses when the recoil from his shield's Drain Beam sends him off the edge of the tournament platform, defeating him instantly.

Asterob appears briefly during the credits sequence of Episode 9, standing atop a building in Mechcity in his new outfit.

Asterob again appears briefly at the beginning of Episode 13, standing atop the Mansion and looking worriedly at the dark clouds filling the sky.


Asterob comes across as being slightly nervous and wary of other players. He is especially afraid of disappointing the Webmaster, who hired him to program and design certain parts of TOME, such as the Mansion. Despite his nervous tendencies, he's rather nice and friendly towards people he knows he can trust.

He is of English origin, and makes this very clear by using phrases such as "bloody hell" or "crums" when annoyed or distressed.


  • Kirbopher: When Kirbopher and Nylocke follow Gamecrazed in Episode 2 to learn more about him, they stumble upon the unfinished mansion. Asterob tells them to leave, and engages in combat with them when they refuse to leave. This fight is put to an end by Splat's assault on the mansion.
  • Nylocke: When Kirbopher and Nylocke follow Gamecrazed in Episode 2 to learn more about him, they stumble upon the unfinished mansion. Asterob tells them to leave, and engages in combat with them when they refuse to leave. This fight is put to an end by Splat's assault on the mansion.
  • Gamecrazed: After the mansion is attacked and damaged by Splat, Gamecrazed fights her off and fixes the damage done to the building. To thank him for this, Asterob gives Gamecrazed the Drain Edge, a beta item not yet available to other players.
  • Sniperwheel: In the Gemini Tournament, Asterob competes with Sniperwheel as his partner. It is unknown how or when the two became partners.
  • Webmaster: Asterob works for Webmaster and appears to be his chief graphic designer, as ChaseAce specifically asks for him in Episode 11 to clean up the mess left by Odboll in ;Sanctuary.

Abilities Edit

  • Boomerang Shield: A projectile attack in which the user throws their shield. It will return to them like a boomerang.
  • Shove: A charging attack that can push the opponent back great distances.
  • Bomball: Small bombs that can be thrown in succession.
  • Drain Beam: A powerful attack that is built up by energy absorbed from enemy attacks, then releases a beam that covers the entire length of the battlefield.

RPG AdaptionEdit

"This polite chap controls a horde of asterisk-shaped nanobots that can form together into different shapes with various defense capabilities to aide his teammates!"
Asterob appears in the Terrain of Magical Expertise RPG adaption, renamed as Asterologist, as a member of a guild known as "Cast O'Dreams", alongside Snowhyti, Saturndiva and Sniperyda. His appearance became less resembling to Lawrence Simpson with his hat removed and his glasses becoming vibrant shades as well as a brown jacket and gloves. He also has scientific and astral based powers. He also has a more calm and collected personality than his more cowardice personality from the predecessors.



  • Asterob's name is a cross between the words "Asterisk" and "Rob." This is a reference to the original user's name from TvTome Adventures, which was "Rob*"(pronounced as Rob-Star) .
  • Asterob's original design was modified to give him a hat and glasses. This was done to make him look more like his voice actor, Lawrence Simpson. Ironically, Asterob removes these items during the semifinal round of the Gemini tournament to show that he refuses to sit back and let someone else fight for him.
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