Bella the Human mother Susan Strong sister. Joshua adoptive father Margaret adoptive mother Jake adoptive brother Jermaine adoptive brother. Contributor Apparently his father kicked him out on a rocket because he hated him and feared of an ancient Prophecy that Finn will stop his evil doings of trying to take over Ooo.
As shown in "Memories of Boom-Boom Mountain," Finn appears to have been abandoned in the woods during infancy. In "Henchman," when Finn is asked about his parents, he says Jake told him that he came from a cabbage, in jest. In "Susan Strong," Finn states that he knows nothing of his human parents or any other humans. User Maple Panda 's Version:. As shown in "Memories of Boom Boom Mountain," Finn appears to have been abandoned in the woods during infancy.
He reveals that he made "boom boom" Finn's word for defecation on a large leaf and fell on it. He lay there crying until Jake 's parents, Joshua and Margaret , rescued him from the wilderness and brought him to their Joshua and Margaret's house. They raised him alongside Jake, who, along with Jermaine, became Finn's adopted brother. It is revealed in "Susan Strong" that Finn knows nothing of his human parents or any other humans.
In "Henchman," Finn states that Jake told him that he originated from a cabbage as a joke. However, Finn later learns about his biological father, Martin , in the episode "Billy's Bucket List. Finn was, for a long time the only confirmed human in the Land of Ooo. Up until "Susan Strong," Finn believes he has never met another human and becomes morose and "soul-searchy" when he thinks about it. However, Finn encounters Susan Strong a member of a tribe of mutants called Hyoomans.
However, in "Beautopia," it is hinted that Susan Strong is unlike the rest of her tribe and may potentially be another human. In "Dark Purple," Susan removes her hat and reveals she is a human with a device on her head, making her a cyborg. This prompts Finn to go there to free his father in "Escape from the Citadel," making him one of four known humans in existence.
Although various other humanoids exist in the Land of Ooo, most have been confirmed by the show's creator, Pendleton Ward, to be mutants, such as Penny, Phil or the Old Man Henchman. Finn is a year-old human. He has several missing teeth because he bites trees and rocks among other things.
His left eye is green while his right eye is blue, characteristic of the genetic condition heterochromia. The heterochromatic effect was a byproduct of him being hypnotized by that guardian dude. Finn's weight seems to fluctuate between episodes, with him seeming chubbier in some instances than others. Pendleton Ward stated on the "In Your Footsteps" commentary on the Season 4 DVD that his weight depends on how active he is adventuring, along with his diet, so it often changes.
In "Escape from the Citadel," Finn's right arm is actually torn off, and then coated by the blood of a , which grows a small flower. He later got his arm back in the episode, "Breezy," where the flower stub matured into a tree and broke away like a cocoon, revealing a new limb, with a green thorn protruding from the palm. This thorn was later revealed in "The Comet" to be part of the Grass Sword sticking out from his skin, as his new arm was made of grass.
Finn typically wears a munsell blue t-shirt, denim shorts, a two-colored lime green circular backpack, rolled-down white socks, and a pair of black shoes. Finn's most prominent attire is a white hat with two "ears" which Joshua calls "nubs" sticking out on top that covers his entire head minus his face.
The hat is inspired by a character called Bueno , a bear from a Pendleton Ward comics. Finn can occasionally be seen in variations of his standard outfit. In "Ocean of Fear," his footwear appears to be black booties with white cuffs. In "It Came from the Nightosphere," Finn has a small pocket sewn onto his shirt that he carries Jake in. This appears again in "Davey" where he uses it to hide Jake while Finn steals the keys from the guards as he breaks the former out of jail.
During "In Your Footsteps," the bears wears Finn's clothes, which suggests that Finn has multiple sets of the same outfit, including his hat. However, in "Little Dude," when Finn's hat comes to life and is set free, Jake tells Finn, "Okay, let's go skin an evil bear," which may imply that Finn only had one hat.
Aside from his normal outfit, Finn can be seen wearing a cream-yellow sweater in colder areas such as the Ice Kingdom but currently wears his pink sweater made by Princess Bubblegum. Finn also wears white briefs that make their first appearance in "City of Thieves" when Penny steals his shorts at the end of the episode.
In "Who Would Win," he was shown to wear a different pair with red elastic. Finn sleeps in red footie pajamas that appear in many episodes, but in the animated short, he sleeps in a red sleeping bag in his regular clothes.
In the series, the sleeping bag is beige. Finn has had a total of five major swords, plus temporary borrowed ones. He originally favored Scarlet, the Golden Sword. There, Finn retrieves the Demon Sword, which uses now as primary weapon. After being first turned into the Grape Sword and then forced to destroy it in "Play Date," he replaces his weapon with the Grass Sword, as seen in "Blade of Grass.
Finn uses this sword first in "Dentist. In "Conquest of Cuteness," Finn was shown to have a crossbow. He uses a different one in "The New Frontier," although it appears he is less proficient with them than with his swords. Although at times violent and aggressive, Finn is a brave and righteous boy. His aspirations to become a great hero makes him somewhat of a moral sheriff in the Land of Ooo, as he is willing to help and protect any innocent person or creature.
Finn has a very strong sense of responsibility and becomes upset when he is unable to help others. Due to this and being somewhat simple-minded, Finn often feels conflicted when it is unclear whether something is good or evil as exemplified by his dealings with Marceline in the episode "Henchman. Finn is also almost incapable of doing anything evil or unjust, and will struggle greatly against doing such things, as seen in several episodes such as taking part in thievery in "City of Thieves" or killing a neutrally aligned ant in "The Enchiridion!.
This, coupled with the loss of his favorite arm and sword due to his father's selfishness, pushes Finn to the point of wanting revenge. This is shown in "The Tower," where he attempts to go into space by building up a tower so that he could find his father, punch him, and take his arm.
However, in the end, Finn learns to control his feelings of revenge with the help of Princess Bubblegum. While he portrays himself as a rough and tough hero, Finn has a tender side that is capable of love and compassion, as shown by his boyhood crush on and his brotherly relationship with Jake. Finn is also able to act like a gentleman when it comes to ladies. However, Finn seems to hate romantic scenes to the point of vomiting as seen in "Go With Me.
Pigs' passionate kissing. Finn's care for his friends makes him very protective of them as demonstrated when Tree Trunks almost gets killed in the episode "Tree Trunks" and Jake in "The New Frontier. Jake comments on his adopted brother by saying that "he is a good kid with a kind heart. In the episode "Rainy Day Daydream," it is shown that Finn believes that "imagination is for turbonerds who can't handle how kick butt reality is" and that he finds real life to be better than anything imaginary.
Finn then refuses to use his imagination until he has to reactivate Jake's "bombastic personality" in his imagination land, which was just a basic gray and white empty plane hinting that Finn is not very imaginative. However, this is disputable when the gnomes harness the energy from Finn's imagination in the episode "Power Animal" despite it being inhabited with a few dainty creatures such as Bellamy Bug.
The gnomes state that Finn's imagination is powerful enough to effect the real world like Jake's but to a lower degree and turn on Jake's imagination. He can get overly angry and yell as in "Trouble in Lumpy Space" and "Tree Trunks," but immediately feels guilt and remorse and apologizes when he can. Finn is also quick to try and resolve problems that he may have caused, such as when he caused Flame Princess to get hurt by the Ice King.
Finn is also empathetic and this was developed when he was an infant since no one except Jake's parents Joshua and Margret helped him. As a courageous warrior and a fearless thrill-seeker, Finn enjoys putting himself in the midst of danger simply because he enjoys a challenge as shown in "Jake Suit.
In "Another Way" and "King Worm," he demonstrates a fear of clowns. Also, in "King Worm," he shows a fear of Bubblegum calling him too young. In both "King Worm" and "Ocean of Fear," Finn has an unexplained phobia of the ocean, or thalassaophobia, despite the fact that he can effortlessly come into contact with any other body of water.
Other fears that Finn has are the ghost lady, King Worm, and the Lich. Finn's fears change in "Billy's Bucket List," after he destroys Fear Feaster, a manifestation of his fears, with his grass sword while attempting to go into the ocean to fulfill Billy's wish.
The Fear Feaster's death seems to have eliminated all of Finn's fears, or at least his fear of the ocean. Despite being mischievous from time to time, Finn is a very kind-hearted person. It's shown multiple times that he shows clear concern for others, even for those who have willingly hurt him, such as in The Enchiridion, he returned to the giant his dollar note that this was was the very same giant who ate his beloved brother Jake and even kept insisting that he was dead.
Furthermore, he shows clear contempt for anything that is done out of immoral reasons. Thinking that it was a vampire, he starts throwing vampire hunting sticks into thin air. Despite his age and appearance, Finn seems to be quite strong and athletic; he can be seen wrestling full-grown , Marauders, the large grass ogre Donny, and a general variety of monsters and creatures several times his size.
Finn is also capable of lifting up Princess Bubblegum, as shown in "Mortal Recoil" when he picks her up and puts her in her bed, and capable of lifting up Marceline as seen in "Daddy's Little Monster.
Lastly, in "Dad's Dungeon," when Finn stabs the in the eye, he is able to lift it up slightly off the ground and flip it into the pit. Being the size it is, the giant Evil Monster should have weighed at least several tons, thus showing Finn's strength. Finn is also agile as he can jump very high and even make his arms and legs bend in inhuman ways, as during the Science Dance and when he uses "spaghetti limbs" waving his arms and legs, which Jake can also do.
In "The New Frontier," it is shown that Finn can make fire only with his hands. Finn can also endure high temperatures, as seen in "Jake Suit" as he allows Jake to dip his head in lava, and also in "Rattleballs," when he sits in a mini-barbecue.
This may be because he is already accustomed to heat from his relationship with Flame Princess. Also, in "The Lich," he is able to break the Enchiridion on his knee without any sign of pain, demonstrating considerable strength and resilience. He even tries to teach Jake how to tolerate pain in "Jake Suit," when he says, "just pretend like every bruise is a hickey from the universe.
Finn is proficient in several forms of combat, including hand-to-hand, magic, and swordsmanship. When using hand-to-hand combat, he is an aggressive fighter, combining some forms of martial arts or his amazing swordsmanship skills.
Finn prefers overpowering his opponents, but he is also quick enough to understand an opponent's weakness or using his environment to win a fight.
He also received training from the old gumball robot Rattleballs which dramatically improved his sword skills and his reflexes to greater levels. Finn has the ability to mentally fight psychic abilities.