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—"Quest to Sleepy Peak Peak"

Nerris is a Magic Camp camper at Camp Campbell. She has an affinity for LARPing and relating anything and everything to her fictional interests, as well as her profound love of the game Dungeons and Dragons. She has an occasional rivalry with Magic Camp camper, Harrison.


Nerris is a lanky camper with round, black glasses, fake elf ears, and silver braces. She has a dark complexion and freckles, as well as blue eyes. Her hair is a reddish brown, and puffs out at the top in what appears to be an undercut. In seasons 1-4, she wears a short-sleeved yellow camp shirt, seemingly tucked into dark blue jeans, and blue boots with brown trim. In addition, she wears a matching cloak and hat (with visible stitching).

In season 5, she continues to wear her black glasses, yellow shirt, braces, elf ears, and blue cloak. Her hat remains the same, but now has a small white feather tucked into it. She now wears black shorts with a slight cuff, tall brown boots over long cream-colored socks, a pair of brown arm cuffs with the same cream-colored tips, and a quiver that hides below her cape, and the brown strap & silver buckle can be seen going diagonally across the front of her torso.


Nerris is often lost in her own make-believe fantasy world, and most of her interactions with others revolve around her hobby. She has been shown to not care when it comes to being alone, an example of this is when we watched her play Dungeons & Dragons with only her stuffed animals, and genuinely seeming to enjoy herself doing so in the episode "Quest to Sleepy Peak Peak". However, she mentions to Nikki and Dolph in "New Adventure!" that she longs to find a group of people (her "party") so that she can really immerse herself in it.

Though she is typically kind and pleasant to those around her, she is not afraid to speak up or cop an attitude if needed. In the episode "Quest to Sleepy Peak Peak", Nerris is shown to be very upfront with her negative feelings towards people, and rude towards people who don't play along with her games or fantasies. She is also very standoffish towards Max, Nikki, and Neil after Max tells her to "cut the act" (regarding her roleplay). She is also seen insulting Harrison throughout the episode, such as calling him "dumb and ugly" saying his destiny is "performing magic tricks in the streets of Las Vegas" and even suggesting that they sacrifice him to a group of squirrels.

However, she is also shown to be brave when it comes to the people she cares about. For example, she has attacked a group of angry squirrels to save Neil in "Quest to Sleepy Peak Peak", and has used the same dice attack against the Wood Scouts in "Camp Loser Says What?" In "Quest to Sleepy Peak Peak" and "Anti-Social Network" it is shown that she is easily flattered, as she became sweet and kind when Neil-Bot said nice things to her, such as calling her "Nerris the Cute" or pandering to/playing along with her love of fantasy and Dungeons & Dragons. Her caring side is seen again in "New Adventure!" when she cheers up Nikki by convincing her to do an impression of Max with Dolph and herself joining in, when Nikki stated that Max had an issue with micro-management. Later she and Nikki comfort a homesick Dolph by telling him that being homesick is normal, and in return he thanks them for not making him feel weird about it. She's even been kind to Harrison on plenty of occasions, despite their constant rivalry.

Although she has been categorized as a wizard/magic user in Seasons 1-4, Nerris states she has taken on a multi-class level as a ranger in season 5, which allow her to better survive the wilderness. She now has a wooden bow & arrow that she fires off at will.


Main article: Affiliation


  • At the start of "Preston Goodplay's Good Play", Nerris is shown juggling 4 balls that are yellow, white, purple, and black. These are, in order, the color scheme of the non-binary pride flag, and although some may think it's coincidental, the specific color scheme makes it very possible that Nerris identifies as non-binary.
    • This is further justified that despite being a human female, she says she prefers to identify as elf-kin in "Eggs Benefits".
  • In Dungeons and Dragons, elves are often fluid in their gender when they're young. Nerris being "elf-kin" may allude to the fact that many people had a hard time telling her gender. This could also explain Nerris' lack of feminine features (save for her eyelashes) to the point where many fans were left confused on what Nerris' gender was.
  • The name Nerris may allude to the name Naeris, a canon elf name in Dungeons and Dragons.
  • In "New Adventure!" Nerris states that her race in D&D is demi-human, while her class was previously confirmed to be a mage in "Quest to Sleepy Peak Peak".
  • Nerris is one of the only campers that seems to not have a stormy relationship with their parents. The other being Ered.
    • She also very much developed her love of D&D thanks to her father's influence. Despite her mother not being interested in the game, she does go along with their D&D themed skit in "Parents' Day."
  • Nerris bears an extremely striking resemblance to her mother. Like her mother, she has round glasses, freckles, blue eyes and red-brown hair.
  • Like Max, Nerris also owns a teddy bear. Along with a handful of other stuffed toys as seen in "Quest to Sleepy Peak Peak". Her stuffed toys include a bear, a dolphin, a pink rabbit, and a frog named Mr. Waffles.
  • Nerris has a secret love of competitive baking shows, and says there'd be anarchy if anyone ever found out about it in "New Adventure!".
  • In "The Talk", Nerris openly experiences a crush on a person known as Jessie, after reading the diary she found in a Flower Scouts cabin. Jessie also shares some similarities with Nerris such as a conflicting gender identity, a deep sense of not belonging with other people, and the desire to escape the mundane real world in favour of grand adventure. As Jessie's pronouns are never explicitly stated, and Nerris being heavily implied to be non-binary herself, this confirms Nerris experiencing romantic attraction beyond the binary of male & female.
  • Nerris seems to be able to preform limb-reattachment as seen in "David Gets Hard" when she accidentally chips off one of Harrison's arms while he was frozen in ice. Nerris states that she could fix it, and Harrison is later seen completely fine with both arms.


Main article: Nerris/Gallery