This has not stopped him from dying many times over the course of the show, but he does not seem to consider this a liability since he has multiple extra lives to fall back on. His parents' home resembles a Hobbit-hole, suggesting parody of some contemporary fantasy elements outside video games.
Xandir and his parents have pointed ears like Hylians and other elf-like races but their species has not been clearly established.
In the first episode, Xandir valiantly proclaims, "I'm on a never-ending quest to save my girlfriend!
" The girlfriend is a spoof of the eponymous Princess Zelda from The Legend of Zelda; the quest is "never-ending" because his girlfriend is constantly getting into difficult situations (itself a parody of the many video game heroines who are constantly being kidnapped, including Zelda herself).
In "Gay Bash", when he is trying to commit suicide, he stabs himself 49 times, respawning immediately after each death; however, he is talked out of the act before exhausting his last life.
His special video game move is the "reach-around", which he demonstrates to a bewildered Scorpion from Mortal Kombat, who responds only with the phrase, "Oy vey".
He has numerous extra lives, and is constantly earning more; whenever he dies in the show, he usually respawns immediately (the main exceptions being cases where the story requires otherwise, such as many of the main characters dying simultaneously).
Xandir's character also mocks the use of overly feminine and beautiful male characters (in Japanese called bishōnen) in video games, most notably in role-playing games.
His sword is extremely phallic, with two flesh-colored knobs on the hilt and a matching scabbard.He appears to be a reasonably capable warrior when circumstances require it. Xandir's last name and middle name initial "P" are revealed during a phone call with his girlfriend in "Gay Bash", though it is never indicated what the P stands for.Xandir is labeled as a totally gay video game platformer. Xandir represents the nerdy game- and adventure-loving person of the reality shows.He is primarily based on Link from The Legend of Zelda, but also borrows attributes from many other video game heroes.
"I'm on a never-ending quest to save my girlfriend! Wifflebottom is a fictional character in the animated series Drawn Together.He is one of the eight housemates who are the focus of the show.