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|—"Legends of Mr. Gar"|
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- 1 Physical Appearance
- 2 Personality
- 3 Abilities and Powers
- 4 Alter-Egos
- 5 History
- 6 Relationships
- 7 Episode Appearances
- 8 Trivia
- 9 Galleries
- 10 Reference Sources
Enid is tall with a thin waist, and wide hips and legs. She has light brown skin and thick, waist length purple hair tied in a small spiky bun. She has big eyes, a small rectangle shaped nose, and thin lips. She typically wears a sleeveless blue Gar's Bodega uniform crop top that is torn at the bottom to expose her midriff, black compression shorts, and brown boots, along with white cloth wrappings on the upper half of her arms.
In Lakewood Plaza Turbo and OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo, she has an outfit that resembles more to a ninja one. Her blue top had short sleeves, she wore a matching knee-length drape, and her white cloth wrappings are on her midriff and forearms. Her hair is longer, with her ponytail being bigger and extending to her waist, she has a longer nose that is a lighter brown, and her eyes are farther apart. This is less revealing than her show's outfit.
As DJ Fireball, in "You Are Rad", she sports rave attire complete with yellow sunglasses, headphones, and a pacifier necklace.
In "Plaza Prom", she returns as DJ Fireball, this time in a white blouse with a black tie and blue sea jacket with black shorts, pantyhose, and long purple boots.
In "Second First Date", she wears a purplish dress cut just above her knees, (Though it can be seen in some shots that she is wearing her shorts under it.) and rhubarb-colored boots slightly larger than her regular ones.
In "A Hero's Fate", she wears a deep purple-colored one-piece swimsuit with light purple clouds on it.
In her earlier teen years, she went through a dorky phase. In middle school, she wore a large blue and periwinkle jacket with black shorts and brown sandals, and she wore her hair loose (sometimes in a ponytail) with a blue headband tied around her head. Her other early teen appearances show her with acne and braces, one appearance had her with braided pigtails, another had her with her hair in a wavy low ponytail with sunglasses and a tie-dye t-shirt.
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. She seems to react to irresponsibility the way a normal human being would, as she complained about KO making "another hole in the ceiling." She could be quite patient considering the idea of how many times KO made a hole in the ceiling prior to the Pilot. Unlike Rad, who seems to enjoy making fun of KO, she looks after KO and tries to stop him from getting into trouble.
As seen in the episode "Face Your Fears", Enid's worst fear is her dorky past and anyone finding out. Also, 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.
Generally, Enid has a relaxed and peaceful attitude, even when she's in hard situations. However, 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.
In "Thank You For Watching The Show", Enid becomes secure with her identity as a witch and goes to witch college. She said being comfortable with her witch side won't make her any less of a ninja.
Abilities and Powers
Enid started out with a power level of 3 when K.O. first met her, but currently has a power level of 5 as of "Dark Plaza", thanks to her experience working and fighting bad guys as an employee of Gar's Bodega. Indeed, she's the employee with the highest power level of all (excluding Mr. Gar). She has been shown to be more intelligent than Rad and K.O., analyzing first the problem they're leading with rather than trying to solve it with brute strength. When she embraces her witch side and attend witch college, Enid becomes skilled at magic.
Due to her ninja training and her days working alongside Rad and Mr. Gar, Enid is strong enough to fight even stronger people than her. In "You Have to Care", she managed to defeat Elodie in a power battle, despite having a power level of 3 (compared to Elodie's power level of 4).
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 also very resistant to damage, as seen in "T.K.O." where she could resist some of Turbo K.O.'s attacks.
As a ninja, Enid can realize many special techniques based on stealth and discretion. In many episodes, she has been seen doing some attacks and moves related to this:
- Body Replacement Technique: Enid can disappear at will, leaving behind a puff of smoke and a log when she does, as seen in the episode "Let's Be Friends." This technique looks to be more a retreat move rather than an offensive one.
- Smokescreen: Enid has shown to take this ability to an ultimate level in the episode "You Have to Care" where she can make a smoke screen to confuse her opponents.
- Autumn Breeze: She can summon a pile of leaves to cushion a fall. It was first seen in "Do You Have Any More in the Back?".
- Cloning: She can create immobile clones of herself that turn into wood when touched.
- Tornado Finger: In "Parents Day", Enid has been shown to be able to make a tornado by using a finger technique. To create it, she realizes a quick move with her fingers. This is a reference to Naruto, a Japanese ninja anime.
- Shadow Trap: In "Action News", Enid is able to put a shadow trap on the floor using the finger technique. When being stepped on, the target will be immobilized, preventing them from moving.
- In "Red Action to the Future", Enid has been shown to be able to turn into and out of her log transformation she usually leaves behind when using her body replacement technique.
- Ice Breath: Enid is shown to have ice breath from her cold heart. It was first shown in "Point to the Plaza.
- Shapeshifting:Enid can transform into a log, in the same shape of her decoy log. It can be shot out of a cannon, and she can transform back with ease.
- Shadow Spirit: During her trial in POINT Prep, she summoned a giant humanoid shadowy spirit with red eyes, that could form a sword with its arm which also branched out into smaller spines on it.
- Fire Generation: In " Beach Episode", Enid was able to produce a ring of fire around her through intense concentration before a tidal wave extinguished it.
Enid's special move is a flaming power kick that has the ability to ricochet. It is known as the Power Foot Fireball. She has been seen using this kick in the show pilot to knock KO and Rad apart while they were fighting, and also to give KO a boost so he can go up to Darrell.
In the episode "Do You Have Any More in the Back?", she was seen using a rope dart to save K.O. and Rad from falling. She later used it again in "Parents Day" to pull away K.O. and Rad from the tornado she made. It appears that she uses the rope to tie her hair when she's not using it for defensive purposes.
In the short "Enid's Bad Day," Enid has also been shown using the power of soul-sucking when she became incredibly stressed. While in this state, she levitated above the ground and a blue whirlwind captured people's bodies, while Enid herself swallowed their souls, including K.O.'s. After taking a break, however, she easily calmed down and recovered and was able to return K.O.'s soul. It is possible that she inherited this power from her mother, Wilhamena. When teaching at the Fitness Dojo, Enid uses her wand to extirpate the errant projectiles shot by the young Hue Troop members.
In "You Are Rad" and "Plaza Prom", Enid has proved to be a professional DJ, going by the name of DJ Fireball.
In the episode "We've Got Fleas", Enid is turned into a were-bunny after being bit by Crinkly Wrinkly. She became a bunny because, according to herself, she's quick on her feet. In this form, Enid obtains bunny-like abilities and particularities, like digging tunnels underground and eating carrots. Her strength and speed are assumed to increase as well.
Turbo Enid (Tenid)
In the episode "Let's Fight to the End", Enid turns turbo after receiving a glorb collar from Fink and inserting the glorb into a collar around her neck. She remains a protagonist even with her amped-up powers and uses them to try to defeat T.K.O. along with the help of Turbo Rad (Trad). In this form, her hair becomes longer, she receives a similar outfit to the one worn in the pilot excluding the cloth wrapped around her waist and arms. Her accessories include, eyeshadow, ear piercings, fishnets, black boots, a spiked necklace and spiked bracelets on her wrists.
Enid's coworker and best friend, they share a close friendship that can be rocky, tense, and sometimes even at odds, but they truly care about each other. Enid typically keeps Rad's ego and buffoonery in check while he typically gets on her nerves.
Enid and K.O. share a close friendship akin to big sister and little brother. K.O. idolizes Enid (and Rad) and often helps the moody young ninja crack a smile and be positive. Enid is more frank with K.O. and looks out for him.
Mr. Gar is Enid's employer, who she respects and looks up to in her own way. She listens to Mr. Gar and does whatever he says during work hours diligently.
Red Action is Enid's girlfriend, as well as one of her best friends. The two commonly bond over activities such as Jelly Surfing and exploring The Danger Zone. Their relationship is confirmed to be romantic in the episode "Red Action 3: Grudgement Day".
|"Lakewood Plaza Turbo":||Appears|
|5. "Enid's Bad Day":||Appears|
|6. "Barrels and Crates":||Background|
|7. "Rad Cries":||Appears|
|8. "Rad's Van":||Appears|
|12. "Boxmore Infomercial":||Absent|
|53. "Seasons Change":||Appears||63. "Your World is an Illusion":||Appears|
|54. "Lord Cowboy Darrell":||Appears||64. "Red Action to the Future":||Appears|
|55. "Hope This Flies":||Appears||65. "T.K.O.'s House":||Appears|
|56. "The Perfect Meal":||Absent||66. "Special Delivery":||Appears|
|57. "Plaza Film Festival":||Appears||67. "Dendy's Power":||Appears|
|58. "Be a Team":||Appears||68. "Wisdom, Strength, and Charisma":||Appears|
|59. "My Fair Carol":||Appears||69. "Bittersweet Rivals":||Appears|
|60. "Point to the Plaza":||Appears||70. "Are You Ready for Some Megafootball?!":||Appears|
|61. "The So-Bad-ical":||Background||71. "Mystery Sleepover":||Appears|
|62. "Let's Watch the Boxmore Show":||Appears||72. "Final Exams":||Appears|
|73. "Soda Genie":||Appears||83. "Sidekick Scouts":||Appears|
|74. "CarolQuest":||Mentioned||84. "Project Ray Way":||Appears|
|75. "Boxman Crashes":||Appears||85. "I Am Jethro":||Appears|
|76. "Crossover Nexus":||Absent||86. "Beach Episode":||Appears|
|77. "Plaza Alone":||Appears||87. "Rad's Alien Sickness":||Appears|
|78. "All in the Villainy":||Appears||88. "KO's Health Week":||Appears|
|79. "Monster Party":||Appears||89. "Gar Trains Punching Judy":||Non-speaking|
|80. "GarQuest":||Absent||90. "OK A.U.!":||Appears|
|81. "Super Black Friday":||Appears||91/92. "Dark Plaza":||Appears|
|82. "Whacky Jaxxyz":||Absent|
|93. "We Are Heroes":||Appears||103. "Big Reveal":||Mentioned|
|94. "KO, Rad, and Enid!":||Appears||104. "Radical Rescue":||Non-speaking|
|95. "Let's Meet Sonic":||Appears||105. "You're a Good Friend, KO":||Mentioned|
|96. "TKO Rules!":||Absent||106. "Let's Get Shadowy":||Absent|
|97. "K.O. vs. Fink":||Appears||107. "Red Action 3: Grudgement Day":||Appears|
|98. "Chip's Damage":||Appears||108. "Carl":||Appears|
|99. "The K.O. Trap":||Appears||109. "Dendy's Video Channel":||Appears|
|100. "Whatever Happened to... Rippy Roo?":||Absent||110/111. "Let's Fight to the End":||Appears|
|101. "Planet X":||Appears||112. "Thank You for Watching the Show":||Appears|
|102. "Deep Space Vacation":||Appears|
- Enid's pilot design resembles Opal from Steven Universe, another Cartoon Network show Ian JQ has worked on in the past.
- Enid is the highest level out of all the employees at Gar's Bodega.
- Her and K.O.'s faces in the pilot are similar to Belson's from Clarence.
- Enid's wrappings appear to be sarashi.
- Enid also frequents music across town under the alias DJ Fireball.
- 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.
- Her favorite hand is her left hand as shown in "Do You Have Any More in the Back?" when asking Rad if it's safe to touch the blobs.
- In "You're Everybody's Sidekick", she mentions that she has an icy heart.
- She can also use this to create Ice Breath.
- In "Second First Date", it is revealed that she and Rad have had a romantic interest in each other in middle school, something she does not like to remember.
- Enid's appearance as a tween girl in "You Have to Care" was based on Sasuke Uchiha from Naruto, with the shyness of Hinata Hyūga.
- In "Second First Date", it is shown that she has a liking for anime and manga.
- One of the books she dropped was a romance manga with the images of Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha from Naruto.
- Another of the books was a Bleach manga with Kenpachi Zaraki on the cover.
- According to Rad, Enid's favorite color is purple.
- In "Hope This Flies", Enid wears a helmet with a bisexual flag sticker on it. The sticker bears a resemblance to a drawing Rebecca Sugar posted to celebrate Bisexual Visibility day. 
- In "Seasons Change" Enid mentions attending community college.
- In "Wisdom, Strength, and Charisma", Enid goes and attends P.O.I.N.T Prep.
- In "Bittersweet Rivals", Enid and Elodie become best friends again.
- Enid has Irritable Bowel Syndrome, also known as IBS. 
- Enid was originally conceived as a side character from a "nockFORCE" cartoon pitch Ian Jones-Quartey did with Jim Gisrel but was cut from the pitch but was named after Enid Coleslaw from Daniel Clowes' Ghost World.