Due to the White Flash vaporizing most of civilization, many inhabitants of Olathe have formed gangs for mutual protection and survival. Many of them are outwardly hostile towards other denizens, many are neutral until provoked, but very few are entirely peaceful.

Gangs in The Pointless Edit

Infinity Franchise Edit

The Infinity Franchise is a mob Alex meets in Downtown Olathe, with Arnold Shpitz seemingly being the strongest one. Members wear Infinity Attire, and working with a fold system used by Daniel Grind and other unknown bureaucrats.

Honey Comb Wranglers Edit

The Honey Comb Wranglers is a gang Pat Mercury in Garbage Island mentions. So far, they're unknown but they are said to be an amicable gang.

Neon Flamingos Edit

The Neon Flamingos are a faction the duo encounter at the near end of the game. They drive them towards The City, and are in a war with the EPS.

Chapter 1 Members: Edit

The Cellophane Communion Edit

The Cellophane Communion is a religious group following the mystic teachings of the Versace Family and (in a minor tone) Larry Davis. They believe all is trash in different states, and believe that suicide via asphyxiation with plastic bags will make them turn one with trash.

The Central Powers Edit

The Central Powers are various gangs playing turf war (called The Game) on Downtown Olathe. All of their leaders are friends to each other (apart for a rivalry between John Johnson and Fringe Boy), and only use roughhousing as a means of violence.

Sub-Groups Edit

Good Angels Edit

The Good Angels are the group owned by Fringe Boy. They wear black-and-white striped tank tops and sometimes wear purple jackets with "BAD" written in their back. Their gang logo is the same BAD you see in the jackets.

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The Corp Edit

The Corp are the group belonging to John Johnson. They wear Gold and White tracksuits and bandanas manufactured by the King Company, also wearing their logo. Their gang logo is a golden rhombus with a G. and a D. placed on it's left and right respectively.

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The Tic Tonic Gang Edit

As the name refers. this gang belonging to Tic Tonic wears a pink poncho with two yellow and orange spirals in both of the shoulder parts, and some seem to use black hats with a red stripe in them. Their gang logo is the spiral used in their ponchos, surrounded by a pink aura.

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The Lennie Gang Edit

Lennie Long Leg's gang is actually an alliance, but still play The Game due to Lennie's friendship with the Central Powers. Because of this, Lennie's gang does not have a dress code.

Known Members: Edit
  • Imp D.
  • El Elephante Vintochezo
  • Prizmik

The Devil's Knot Edit

The Devil's Knot belongs to Zein Ka, and wear a brown-and-blue poncho with a panther pattern, and often paint the gang logo on their foreheads. The said gang logo is a blue Z with a snake around it.

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Ottoman's Gang Edit

Office Ottoman's gang can be seen using a blue poncho with orange stripes and sometimes with a black tie. Their logo is never shown.

Silvester's Gang Edit

Not much is known about Silvester's gang, since they have no gang attire nor gang logo. The few thing known about this gang is that they live remotely in the Mud Village, and that they were all misguided by Jason Pike in his need for protection against Hugo Leopardi.

Known Members:

  • Laser Eye Guy
  • Gin Hanks
  • Risky Richmond
  • Matthew Harper
  • Pete Harper
  • Boy Trent

The Mack Clan Edit

The Mack Clan is a family gang lead by Jessie Mack and his offspring on the Cherry Village. They are mostly shirtless, but some wear purple ponchos. They have no gang logo.

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