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Posts Tagged ‘ Fantasy ’

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Kylun


A Marvel mutant who is also a heroic fantasy heroic swordsman. As seen in some classic Excalibur issues.

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Black Paladin


A traditional evil baddie villain of awfulness from the Champions super-hero pen-and-paper RPG. Evil knight with magical armament.

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Loki Laufeyson

(Gisted profile)

Gisted notes about Loki in the Marvel Universe, centring upon his stats and his personality.

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Monkey D. Luffy


The piratical hero from the mega-successful One Piece manga and animé. A bit daft, but on the other hand he has stretching and strength powers.

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Lulu

(Final Fantasy X)

Mostly-technical considerations about Lulu, the black mage and bodyguard from Final Fantasy X.

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Azalin Rex

(Firan Zal-Honan)

An eeevil undead wizard-king from the mists of Dungeons & Dragons oldest campaign setting, and now an inhabitant of the Ravenloft setting.

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Rikku


The stealthy Al Bhed little sister as she appears in the first Final Fantasy X video game.

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Auron

(Final Fantasy X)

The grizzled ronin in the Final Fantasy X video game.

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Kagero


One of the main characters from the landmark 1993 Ninja Scroll animated movie. Ninja lady with a poisonous metabolism.

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Rogarth


An obscure Silver Age enemy of the Legion of Super-Heroes. Kryptonian-class strength, elite fighter.

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Warlock


An evil Satan-guided handsome and charismatic magic man. Main character in two older horror movies, circa 1990.

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Kyra


A young space criminal/adventurer/killer with a conflicted quasi-paternal relationship with the big bad Riddick.

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Jadis the White Witch


The evil bad magic queen witch in the 2005 movie adaptation of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. She's not a traditional spellcaster, though - more of a fighter.

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Brutha


The protagonist of Sir Pratchett's Small Gods Discworld novel. A novice priest with certain gifts.

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Vorpal Bunny

(Monty Python's Holy Grail) (a.k.a. the Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog, the Beast of Caerbannog)
For death awaits you all with nasty big pointy teeth !

The terrible, deadly monster seen in gruesome action in Monty Python's Holy Grail. So, yeah. At least there's a link to buy the plushie. Also known as the "killer rabbit" and "the Beast of Caerbannog".

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Tananda

(MYTH Adventures)

A trollop (female troll) ex-assassin. She appears in the early Myth Adventures fantasy comedy novels by Robert Asprin.

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Gleep

(MYTH Adventures)

From the Myth Adventures comedy fantasy novels. Smart, very young dragon whom everyone thinks is just an animal.

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Sandy

(Justice League of Kildar)

Dream magician who's part of an heroic-fantasy version of the JLA.

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John the Quick

(Justice League of Kildar)

An heroic fantasy, D&D style equivalent of Johnny Quick. From an old DC Heroes campaign.

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Amazon

(Justice League of Kildar)

Short-ish notes about a version of DC Comics' Wonder Woman existing in a Dungeon & Dragons heroic fantasy milieu. Part of a team.

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Tara

(Skartaris)

Warlord character in the DC Universe. Queen of Shamballah.

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Smax


From Alan Moore and Gene Ha's Top Ten comic books. Crude but super-strong and nigh-invulnerable police officer.

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Warlord

(Travis Morgan)

The basics for DC Comics' John Carter figure, adventuring in a lost world of magic and monsters and barely clothed sculptural women and dinosaurs and all this stuff.

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Shakira


An ally of the Warlord of Skartaris, and an apparent werecat. Or wifcatte, I guess.

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