Aradia and Droog: Droog is the caring, if strict, father of the four mobsters and trains Aradia to take out men using cunning, finesse, and style. Speaking with the dead allows Aradia and Droog to interrogate even after the victim has given up on life (and nothing spooks cops like the dead rising from their graves and haunting them).
Tavros and Boxcars: Boxcars hates the fact that he gets the wimpy, scrawny kid, but he does shine now and again. The animal communion definitely helps with distractions as they get away from the fuzz. He appreciates Tavros all the same, though his parenting method is much tougher.
Sollux and Deuce: It’s Sollux who dislikes being in this situation more, but Deuce is the bumbling dad that loves his son lots and lots andgets shit done(collateral damage notwithstanding). While Deuce works with stuff like good ol’ C4 and dynamite sticks, Sollux bombs firewalls and netcode to score the MC sweet info. That, and all those p2iioniic bla2t2 help take out the cops if a firefight starts.
Karkat and Slick: They argue, they bicker, they shed blood more times than needed, but damn if they aren’t an excellent father-and-son duo. While their hate can be seen from space and beyond, the synergy they share when robbing banks and blowing up rival casinos is one of a kind. If they want to paint the town red, God help whoever’s in their way.
Nepeta and PI: With their combined imagination, they paint rich tapestries of surreality and are a deadly melee-ranged combo.
Kanaya and PS: PS wants his daughter to get her head out of the clouds (and to stop ogling the Kingpin’s kid), Kanaya wants her dad to dress a little more sharply… but in terms of solving crime, they’re a formidable duo who tear up beasts as easily as they can figure out puzzles.
Terezi and AD: While Terezi envies Kanaya for having a dad that does a lot more crime-solving than her dad, she also appreciates the aggressive approach AD takes in interrogation, in finding clues, and in surviving the dark corners of the Imagination. They often spar each other on the side, usually for petty reasons (Terezi needs to stop filling the room with chalk graffiti, AD needs to stop punching holes in the walls when he gets angry).
Vriska and MK: With the Kingpin’s connections and Vriska’s mind manipul8ion, this daughter-and-dad team have changed the face of crime. Vriska often feels used, usually with her role being cop distraction and left to fend for herself, but the Kingpin provides protection with his guards and provides her a home and food… can you really complain?
Equius and Cans (and the rest of the Felt): Cans is a tumble-and-go dad teaching his STRONG son the ropes in leading the group. He is so proud of a son that can lead groups while killing enemies with ease. He can even break holes in the walls! It’s just that he also breakseverythinghe touches. Cans places self-control as top priority in learning as a result.
Gamzee and LE: Not much is known about this duo because we rarely see either together. Rumors go that in the deepest parts of Felt Mansion, you can hear honks echo from the hallways.
Eridan and DS: The good Doctor tries to teach Eridan how to be a gentleman if he wants to court Snowman’s bubbly daughter, but it’s hard for him to adjust to being treated so… calmly. Eridan demands that he be treated like an adult; Scratch likes, “Earn your title of ‘adult’.”
Feferi and Snowman: Their personalities could not be any more different, yet Snowman makes good use of showing Feferi to use her the more callous side of her personality often… but to do it with class. She is a lady, after all. Like a good mother, she also doesn’t encourage her daughter to smoke; she needs those lungs for other reasons than running.