Enid is one of the main characters in the OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes series. She is an employee at Gar's Hero Supply & Bodega and works at the register with K.O and Radicles.
Why She Rocks
- Enid is the most responsible of the main trio even though she is lazy.
- She tries to use logic and critical thinking to make rational decisions. This is primarily shown in the Pilot, in which she stops K.O. from calling a power battle based on K.O.'s shoddy detective work.
- Unlike Rad, who seems to enjoy making fun of KO, she looks after KO and tries to stop him from getting into trouble.
- Generally, Enid has a relaxed and peaceful attitude, even when she's in hard situations.
- Dendy affirms in "We Got Hacked" that Enid acts super cool because she's internally struggling with her identity. More evident, in "Parents Day" she was afraid to confess to her parents that she doesn't want to be spooky and prefers to be a ninja.
- Enid has excellent combat skills. Her fighting style seems to focus more on kicks and strategy, rather than strength, which goes with her epithet of ninja.
- She has a great agility and is very flexible, able to move quickly and with precision.
- She's very resistant to damage, as seen in "T.K.O." where she could easily dodge and resist some of Turbo K.O.'s attacks.
- Enid seems to react to irresponsibility the way a normal human being would, as she complained about KO making "another hole in the ceiling." though, she could be quite patient considering the idea of how many times KO made a hole in the ceiling prior to the Pilot.
- She is not above to lose her patience and composure when she gets too frustrated, like in "Enid's Bad Day" where she almost destroy the whole bodega because of her anger.
- In "Presenting Joe Cuppa", she affirms that she prefers physical comedy.
- Enid's pilot design resembles Opal from Steven Universe, another Cartoon Network show Ian JQ has worked on in the past.
- Her and K.O.'s faces in the pilot are similar to Belson's from Clarence.
- In "Face Your Fears", one of her past phases (right portrait with a tie-dye shirt and sunglasses) is based on the vine "Who Is She" by Chloe LMAO.
- Enid's Smoke Log technique is a reference to ninja tropes from Japan. It is similar to a technique called the "Body Replacement Technique" from Naruto, which likewise references these tropes.
- Cartoon characters
- Cartoon Network characters
- Characters with Insecurity
- Characters that are super lazy
- Young adults
- 2010s characters
- OK K.O.! characters
- Characters with air powers
- Characters with wood powers
- TV characters
- Purple characters
- Wrathful characters