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(Leland Owlsley) (Profile #1 - 1964-1975)
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He’s useful as an early villain in street-level game, or as part of a New York City villains alliance against more seasoned heroes. He’s closer to an old James Bond villain with a small power, than to a hands-on super-villain. Sequencing The Owl’s profile is presented as a...

(Dr. Raza Kattuah)
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Background Real Name: Dr. Raza Kattuah. Marital Status: Widower. Known Relatives: Njara Kattuah (Rustam II, son, deceased), Rustam III (father). Group Affiliation: Jihad. Base Of Operations: Jottunheim, Qurac. Height: 6’2” Weight: 210 lbs. Eyes: Brown Hair: Black ...

(G.I. Joe)
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Context G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero was a comic book and cartoon series based off of Hasbro’s 1980’s military action figure toyline. While both series covered the same characters and concepts, they had vastly different continuities. The cartoon’s stories were far...

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Context This document lists all the DC Heroes character stats in books published by Mayfair Games. It’s meant to be used by running searches — CTRL+F and so on, assuming a Windows OS. It was assembled yonks ago as “whowhere.txt” by the DCH community. For years it was...

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There are several other articles that may be useful for context : The Forgotten Realms setting primer explains the basics of Baldur’s Gate world. It’s the most recommended one before reading Imoen’s profile. The Jet Foundling character profile explain the...

(1959 horror movie)
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“Those who hunt by night will tell you that the wildest and most vicious of all animals is the tiny shrew. The shrew feeds only by the dark of the moon. He must eat his own body weight every few hours or starve. And the shrew devours everything. Bones, flesh,...

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Context Orko is the comic-relief court magician appearing in the 1983-1984 He-man and the Masters of the Universe series. For context, you can first read our He-man and the Masters of the Universe world primer. Background Real Name: Orko. Other Aliases: Orko the Great (on Trolla), Orko the...

(Edgar Bowman)
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Context “The Man Who was Death” appeared as the second story in The Crypt of Terror #17. It was the first all-horror book in a series that had been called Crime Patrol for the first 16 issues. It would later come to be renamed Tales from the Crypt. The first episode of the Tales from the...

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Context Ms. Parios is the heroine of the Stumptown comic book series of miniseries. Yes, this sentence would be simpler if the English language had a singular form for the word “series”. But you take what you can and bill the rest. Them’s written by WORG-favourite...

(Post-Crisis version) (Profile #1 - pre-Skartaris) (part #1)
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We strongly suggest that you first read our Suicide Squad (Mission X version) profile for context. And keep in mind that all these entries are loaded with S P O I L E R S. Since this profile covers a lot of ground, it is presented in two parts. The second part is there. Advertisement ...