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Founder of Ethereum.

The Million Crypto "Man"[edit | edit source]

The master of Bitcoins.

Season 0 (original)[edit | edit source]

Was around in S0 with the exact same role.

Season 1[edit | edit source]

Back then, Vitalik was the General Manager of TFR, although he rarely made appearances. However, his schemes with The Bogdanoffs ran deep...

Episode 7

Vitalik and The Bogs celebrate having tricked the teams into believing the case was still important to them. With the Sons of Sperdo project finished, TFR will be over next week. Vitalik already has the sponsors on the line, and the Bogs begin plotting "CRAB-17"

Episode 8

After the Bogs' demise, he too was incarcerated like them, cursing TFR and plotting his revenge someday.

Season 0[edit | edit source]

Vitalik is the General Manager of TFR appointed by Sminem, a man dedicated to the card and making TFR profits, yet not so much a wrestler.

Episode 1

For his grand upcoming match, Wright finally gets a chance at stardom with the chance to become #1 contender. Just then, GM Vitalik shows up to tell him to take care, and that his opponent, Pegasus, will have a few words with him.

Episode 2

Vitalik mocks Wright for wasting his chance and condemns him to the B+ hell known as the midcard. Drake Bell shows up to beg for a chance after his big nosed opponent "cheated". Sick with midcards begging for chances, Vitalik gives both one last shot in a week to win it all, as high as the stakes go.

Episode 3

With a big announcement, Vitalik says that with Phoenix's disappointing results, and especially because he ran away from his last match, TFR does not accept such behavior. As a direct result of his actions... TFR has come to terms on the release of Phoenix Wright, and wishes Wright the best in his future endeavors. But alongside his release, they are also announcing a new signing, a true warrior of the brand who will take TFR to the next level.

Episode 5

After two weeks sitting out after a match that didn't happen, Drake begs Vitalik for another chance, who wasn't gonna give him another chance to a lowcarder until he took into consideration his other situation; Drake needs "some" money after living on Disney's trashcans for so long, and, coincidentally, a few of Vitalik's friends started a new business and give loans at great rates, so if he helps kickstart their business, he'll get booked again and be free of money issues. But first, he needs a guarantor; luckily Drake has Papi, and he even has a private jet!

Episode 7

Vitalik shows up to Drake asking for the payment for his friends, so Drake "coincidentally" gets a phone call from his guarantor Papi, leaving Vitalik is thinking if they will have to go after him too, but he leaves him to his private conversation.

Episode 9

Kotomine Kirei visits the GM Office with a very important offer: the only way to keep the company afloat, if he doesn't want any "rumored incidents" to come to him without any safety net. And whilst Vitalik compliments him for his attempt, he knows his tricks and won't let him get into his head, and counters him with the fact that he already has his allies and his ambitions have no legitimacy. Kirei calls him a fool for the talents he has assembled is praiseworthy and vast, soon making everyone in this company thirsting to be under their flag; but as Vitalik's answer doesn't change, Kirei has to express that his RAW show will burn to a crisp under his regrets.

Before Kirei leaves, Vitalik has one last idea; a chance to meet and propose his idea to one of their best wrestlers, as he also carries a great deal of influence. Kirei agrees, and the chance to meet him is, of course, a match.

While trying to sleep, Vitalik is disturbed by some old man's yelling, and enters the medical office only to find Saihara Shuichi and Miles Edgeworth gathered around Gregory Edgeworth... along with Wright. He greets Wright and notices how "skinny" he looks now after being on the streets, and agrees that Greg knows better than Miles in both wrestling experience and backstage issues to have decision over him leaving TFR, and his contract isn't expiring anytime soon either. However, when "the demon prosecutor" sharpens his glasses and asks if he needs to take it to court, Vitalik is silent before backing down and walking out, and Miles takes his father away.

Episode 12

In the time when Vitalik took the spot of GM, he had previously worked with Sminem's greatest rivals The Bogdanoffs, and although he admitted regretting his past actions, it was a pretense to get Sminem's trust and fulfill his true objective: destroy TFR from the inside. Shimano Futoshi was a former business partner of Vitalik while he was working under Bogdanoff Industries when he negotiated for a metric ton of razors and scissors on one occasion, and contacted him to bring him into the scheme. All three together came up with a business model that would benefit them; as Hazz invested in Chuck's Suck & Fuck, the profits made by Cum Bucket would be redirected to Vitalik, and he would use that money to bet on match results which were rigged, and would take money from TFR's budget, especially the medical one, to pay the bets, and give the money back to Cum Bucket. This way, through loss of profits, high wrestler injury rates, and firing of wrestlers who refused the match-fixing deals, Vitalik hoped for TFR to end in ruin.

While Vitalik is resting, Wright and Saihara enter the GM Office, surprising him, who says that for disrupting the GM's work he could put them back on the streets that Wright's hobosuit is so fond of, but Kyle arrives with all the match-fixing and money laundering evidence he found at Chuck's, which makes Vitalik nervous and he calls his recently hired security, VECTOR and Ghost, to take care of them.

Wright's group falls before the trained guards, and Vitalik announces the release of the wrestlers... until Sminem himself arrives, just like he and Kyle had plotted. Sminem congratulates them on their investigation and fires Vitalik... or that's what would have happened if he hadn't made his contract iron-clad. Unable to be fired and unwilling to put anyone else as GM, Vitalik laughs at the clear losers and goes to celebrate with a drink.

Episode 14[edit | edit source]

Court is now in session, presided by The MMMighty Judge, using the badass fast-paced initial trial system because he has a meeting with his biker friends. Vitalik asks from the Witness Stand to wait while his defense makes its way late, making Wright wonder if he has something up his sleeve... and indeed, he shocks everyone as he has hired the legendary undefeated defense attorney: Lawyer 47, who apologized for the lateness as some RED-HAIRED FAGGOT got his suit dirty.

The prosecution makes their opening statement: Vitalik has mismanaged the company from health issues to match fixing, and presents evidence proving the connection between TFR staff and the late Chuck's Suck & Fuck; 47 quickly discards it on the basis that "it cannot be read because reading is for homos", a formidable move that the Judge allows while looking uninterested and all of Sminem's team acknowledges as a difficult challenge. Next, the defense makes a statement of their own, "all of the prosecution's evidence is fake and gay, fabricated even, and no real evidence will be heard against his client as Vitalik and TFR have done literally nothing wrong, and Chuck's is a gay den of lies."

Edgeworth presents a decisive piece of evidence—a photo proving a match which had a different outcome than officially acknowledged after the lights of the arena suddenly turn off (that's ground for gimmmmmick infringemmmmmmment). But unluckily 47's glasses are too fucking blurry to see anything and he rips the image in half. Also, 47 would like to add one thing: no hat-wearing attorneys have been left mentally retarded due to TFR as they employ the amazing Dr. Piccolo, or at least that would be if he wasn't such a fucking traitor like the rest of the people in this room.
Exhibit GAYYYY: Kyle Hyde. All those mysteries solved and yet no one can find out why you suck so much.

Tell me, does the paper clip represent your penis size, or is it a metaphor for how you can barely keep anything together.

Saihara? Amima? Who? So many Danganronpa shitters here I can't even keep track of them all.

Who's running the billing here, a monkey, or a teenage girl?

And Janny? Janny!? JANNY!?

And the prosecution? The prosecution? Heh. Who gives a shit about the prosecution, we all know they're gonna lose anyway.

They're both foolish fools who are too foolish to know that they have been fooled. They are the poison that is rotting TFR from within.
Sminem's team hangs on to the last string of hope after such demolishing defense...

At last, the prosecution presents its most finishing piece of evidence, years upon years of company records that help detail Vitalik's scheme with other parties such as the mafia and even the president, gathered by a staff member risking his own well-being—Amami Rantaro. It picks the judge's interest but hears the defense's rebuttal first: Zzzzsnore. The decision is clear and the evidence doesn't change anything, disappointing Piccolo, Janny, and Amami, as they've met with a move worthy of an Ultimate Lawyer.

With time at its limit, Edgeworth desperately looks for the missing piece to the puzzle that is such an impenetrable defense. his assistant Therapist affirms he must be on the right track, the defense's posture can only mean one thing, and that's that it's bluffing. If he can pinpoint his confidence's source, he can defeat it, and that's when Edgeworth notices it by using his father's glasses, his achilles' heel: his perfect bald. By distracting the judge by way of retreading on his father's lengthy medical records, he also annoys the defense into going into a rant, and uses the opportunity to steal Payne's wig and throw it onto 47's head; instantly, his focus, confidence and charisma are crushed before he can stop talking.
Because, like the legend he is, the Judge... Judge NEVER DREW A DIME!
A pure strike is delivered, and the judge finally sees through the defense's lies, sentencing the attorney to wrestler's court after the trial is over. In light of these events, the verdict is set, and the court declares TheFinalRumble... GUILTY. But Vitalik's conviction would come with a price... but, it's all worth it having his contract voided, and him sentenced to pay for his crimes.

Episode Extra

Jack Garland challenges Vitalik while he's being taken to prison due to being Chaos.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
Battle Royale La Creatura, Shingo Shoji, Shrek, Steve, The Grinch, Vitalik Win
W1 L0 1
0 0 P
Shingo Shoji, Vitalik, Spiderman, Erwin, Fred Jones, Leon S. Kennedy, Chad,The Undercarder Lose
W1 L1 0
0 0 P
Royal Rumble
Full List
W1 L2 -1
0 0 P
Iconic Match

For Title: /v/ #1 Contender
Vitalik, Fargoth, La Creatura, Garou Lose Rokkenjimania II
For Title: NXT #1 contender
Vitalik, Todoroki Shoto, Shaggy Rogers

Tom Brady, Steve, Seeker

The Mystery Masters

Vitalik & The U.S.S.

W2 L2 0
1 0 P
Iconic Match
Vs. Vitalik Buterin, TFR's General Manager & The U.S.S.
Extra & Narushima Koga

Spazz Maticus & Vitalik

Win Note: Worst tag match of all time
Supporting VECTOR
Vitalik & The U.S.S.

Ichiban's Party

W2 L3 -1
1 1 P
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Rokkenjimania III』– The Final Arc

Abilities[edit source]

Control over Crypto Economical control over cryptocurrencies.

Gallery[edit | edit source]