Rube is a major player in the arcs following the second season of D&D Aangvanced. He is a neurodivergent young man plagued by an umbrella of personality disorders including Tourette's Syndrome and autism. It has been identified by Rick as PDD-NOS. His symptoms include repeated sounds, gestures and various habits.
Rube Ramirez loves games. Like his brother, Manny, he has played D&D since childhood. He is a gifted problem solver and, when encouraged, fiercely competitive. Because of this, he played Azula with brutal cunning. He is driven to be accepted and admired by his peers and wants nothing more than a place at the table where he is seen as an equal. His personality is easily swayed by the temperament of people around him and how he is treated. Under DMs such as Rick and Bonnie, Rube is a very positive and confident player.
Rube's oldest bonds are with his family, who started him on his gaming career. Despite his enjoyment of the game, Rube was treated as unable to roleplay by his father, who threw combats for him without rolls. This may have caused a growing disdain in Manny.