6182 in-depth character profiles from comics, games, movies

Posts Tagged ‘ Master Marksman ’

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Ulysses Bloodstone


Our infamous and rather large Ulysses Bloodstone profile. An immortal monster hunter who lived and fought for 10,000 years, with a bazaar of 1970s weirdness suffusing his bizarre biography. And he's very useful in stories, too.

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John Marston


The protagonist of Red Dead Redemption and DLCs. Covers his adventures as well as a lot of gear.

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James Bond

(Cinematic version)

The movie version of Bond - treated as an unified character but with an escalating character sheet as the movies get more spectacular.

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X

(John Smith 24)

A super-Batman/Shadow figure from Dark Horse's 1990s super-hero comics. He's a quite interesting anti-hero.

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Crossbones

(Profile #1 - the 1990s)

An emergent history profile for Crossbones that covers 1989-2000. Extremely strong, skilled and vicious mercenary fighter.

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Thane Krios


A master assassin, the equivalent of James Bond for his planet. After a tragic life and great loss, the dying Thane opted to join the heroic Commander Shepard for one last mission to save the galaxy.

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James West

(Robert Conrad version)

The original version, chiefly seen in The Wild Wild West TV show of the 1960s. Old West super-spy, elite gunfighter and Silver Age leading man.

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Killraven


A telepathic master warrior and guerrilla fighter, struggling to free his Earth from the man-eating Martian yoke !

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Quake

(Daisy Johnson)

Comic book version of Quake (Daisy Johnson) during her time with the Secret Warriors and before. Nick Fury's secret weapon, vibration powers and high potential.

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Neo

(Thomas Anderson)

A capsule profile for Neo, as played by Keanu in the original The Matrix (1999). It's chiefly about DCH RPG stats for him, though, since there isn't that much to discuss about the character.

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Morpheus

(The Matrix)

Morpheus as he appears primarily in the original The Matrix (1999).

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Staff Commander Mandala Shepard

(Profile #1 - Mass Effect)

Our main, sample version of Commander Shepard - the hero of the landmark Mass Effect video game. Huge series of profiles fleshing out and explaining lots and lots of things, with an in-universe, personal view of the events.

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Trinity

(The Matrix movie)

As played by Carrie-Anne Moss in the original The Matrix film.

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John Nada

(They Live)

The real tough guy (yet an everyman) from John Carpenter's classic They Live movie.

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Cougar

(The Losers)

The laconic elite sniper from the 2003 Vertigo series The Losers.

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“Eric”


A Player Character in the old World of Darkness tabletop role-playing game. Horribly dangerous immortal insane street punkette.

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Bane

(Profile #1 - Bat-Breaker)

This extensive profile focuses on Bane's early life and early career, including his landmark confrontation with Batman. At this point Bane is still a superhuman Venom fiend.

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I, Spyder

(Thomas Ludlow-Dalt)

A deadly undead archer who isn't what he seems, nor perhaps whom he is. From Grant Morrison's fabulous Seven Soldiers series.

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Garrus Vakarian

(Profile #1 - Mass Effect)

One of the main character in the Mass Effect video game series. This is the first profile in a chronological series. Garrus in a former cop and elite military sniper / scout / saboteur / commando.

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Black Archer

(aka Golden Archer) (aka Hawkeye)

The archetypal archer super-hero, as seen in Marvel Comics' Squadron Supreme stories.

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KGBeast

(Profile #1 - classic)

A powerhouse Batman villain as he appeared in 1988. His later appearances are covered in a second writeup, so this one is the classic KGBeast.

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Steel

(John Henry Irons) (Profile #1 - Year One)

Steel (John Henry Irons) during his early career after Superman's death and return. Physically and intellectually gifted man with power armour and a big hammer.

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