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14th Nov '17 1:32:19 AM DrFraud
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* Dregg Merriss, the protagonist of the ''Medieval Cop'' series. He gets beaten up roughly OnceAnEpisode, for starters. In addition he's been forced to work on a case while sick, pushed off a roof, squashed by his pet dragon, abducted by Crow Clan members and sent to an insane asylum with all the charm and comforts of Bedlam.
14th Nov '17 12:28:27 AM DrFraud
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* Dregg Meriss, the protagonist of the ''Medieval Cop'' series. He gets beaten up roughly OnceAnEpisode, for starters. In the second game he's forced to work on a case while sick, misses his medicine and collapses. In the third he's pushed off a roof by TheKindnapper who helped the villain abduct Princess Sarah. In the fourth his niece and nephew steal his wallet, Princess Aria mistakes him for a pervert and his own pet dragon lands on him. In the fifth he gets abducted by Crow Clan members, whose leader sends him on a wild goose chase to collect a stolen MacGuffin which turns out not to be needed in the end. In the sixth the department psychiatrist sends him to an insane asylum which has all the charm and comforts of Bedlam.

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* Dregg Meriss, Merriss, the protagonist of the ''Medieval Cop'' series. He gets beaten up roughly OnceAnEpisode, for starters. In the second game addition he's been forced to work on a case while sick, misses his medicine and collapses. In the third he's pushed off a roof roof, squashed by TheKindnapper who helped the villain abduct Princess Sarah. In the fourth his niece and nephew steal his wallet, Princess Aria mistakes him for a pervert and his own pet dragon lands on him. In the fifth he gets dragon, abducted by Crow Clan members, whose leader sends him on a wild goose chase to collect a stolen MacGuffin which turns out not to be needed in the end. In the sixth the department psychiatrist sends him members and sent to an insane asylum which has with all the charm and comforts of Bedlam.
13th Nov '17 12:01:04 PM DrFraud
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* Dregg Meriss, the protagonist of the ''Medieval Cop'' series. He gets beaten up roughly OnceAnEpisode, for starters. In the second game he's forced to work on a case while sick, misses his medicine and collapses. In the third he's pushed off a roof by TheKindnapper who helped the villain abduct Princess Sarah. In the fourth his niece and nephew make him think he lost their tickets to the Invidia Games (and steal his wallet somewhere in the process), Princess Aria mistakes him for a pervert and his own pet dragon lands on him. In the fifth he gets abducted by Crow Clan members, whose leader sends him on a wild goose chase to collect a stolen MacGuffin which turns out not to be needed in the end. In the sixth the department psychiatrist sends him to an insane asylum which has all the charm and comforts of Bedlam.

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* Dregg Meriss, the protagonist of the ''Medieval Cop'' series. He gets beaten up roughly OnceAnEpisode, for starters. In the second game he's forced to work on a case while sick, misses his medicine and collapses. In the third he's pushed off a roof by TheKindnapper who helped the villain abduct Princess Sarah. In the fourth his niece and nephew make him think he lost their tickets to the Invidia Games (and steal his wallet somewhere in the process), wallet, Princess Aria mistakes him for a pervert and his own pet dragon lands on him. In the fifth he gets abducted by Crow Clan members, whose leader sends him on a wild goose chase to collect a stolen MacGuffin which turns out not to be needed in the end. In the sixth the department psychiatrist sends him to an insane asylum which has all the charm and comforts of Bedlam.
13th Nov '17 11:59:29 AM DrFraud
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* Dregg Meriss, the protagonist of the ''Medieval Cop'' series. He gets beaten up roughly OnceAnEpisode, for starters. In the second game he's forced to work on a case while sick, misses his medicine, collapses and starts hallucinating. In the third he's pushed off a roof by TheKindnapper who helped the villain abduct Princess Sarah. In the fourth his niece and nephew make him think he lost their tickets to the Invidia Games (and steal his wallet somewhere in the process), Princess Aria mistakes him for a pervert and his own pet dragon lands on him. In the fifth he gets abducted by Crow Clan members, whose leader sends him on a wild goose chase to collect a stolen MacGuffin which turns out not to be needed in the end. In the sixth the department psychiatrist sends him to an insane asylum which has all the charm and comforts of Bedlam.

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* Dregg Meriss, the protagonist of the ''Medieval Cop'' series. He gets beaten up roughly OnceAnEpisode, for starters. In the second game he's forced to work on a case while sick, misses his medicine, collapses medicine and starts hallucinating.collapses. In the third he's pushed off a roof by TheKindnapper who helped the villain abduct Princess Sarah. In the fourth his niece and nephew make him think he lost their tickets to the Invidia Games (and steal his wallet somewhere in the process), Princess Aria mistakes him for a pervert and his own pet dragon lands on him. In the fifth he gets abducted by Crow Clan members, whose leader sends him on a wild goose chase to collect a stolen MacGuffin which turns out not to be needed in the end. In the sixth the department psychiatrist sends him to an insane asylum which has all the charm and comforts of Bedlam.
13th Nov '17 11:58:05 AM DrFraud
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* Dregg Meriss, the protagonist of the ''Medieval Cop'' series. He gets beaten up roughly OnceAnEpisode, for starters. In the second game he's forced to work on a case while sick, misses his medicine, collapses and starts hallucinating. In the third he's pushed off a roof by TheKindnapper who helped the villain abduct Princess Sarah. In the fourth his niece and nephew make him think he lost their tickets to the Invidia Games (and steal his wallet somewhere in the process), Princess Aria mistakes him for a pervert and his own pet dragon lands on him. In the fifth he gets abducted by Crow Clan members, whose leader sends him on a wild goose chase to collect a stolen MacGuffin which turns out not to be needed in the end. In the sixth the department psychiatrist sends him to an insane asylum which has all the charm and comforts of Bedlam.
13th Nov '17 8:25:38 AM thatmadork
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** Because he's a fat MommasBoy who regularly pisses himself, ''nobody'' at Bullworth takes Algernon seriously or gives him any respect.
4th Oct '17 9:38:28 AM bigbossdiego
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*** All of these characters pale in comparison to Sebastian Debeste in ''Investigations 2''. A prosecutor so incompetent that Larry Butz can call him an idiot without a hint of irony. His arguments are only difficult as a result of how vague and non-descriptive they are, and his competence is inversely proportional to his [[SmallNameBigEgo ego]]. Even his father constantly berates his startling lack of intelligence. [[spoiler:However, his father's disdain for him is quickly shown to not merely be comedic jabbing, but emotional abuse, and Sebastian is forced to confront that his father is responsible for every big break he's gotten in his life. It's only through Edgeworth's guidance that Sebastian becomes a halfway decent prosecutor.]]
9th Sep '17 9:45:11 PM nombretomado
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* Reese Worthington of ''BackyardSports''. He is constantly insulted by the other kids (like [[TheSmartGuy Dmitri]], [[FieryRedhead Kimmy]], [[BrattyHalfPint Ronny]], and [[SmallNameBigEgo Barry Bonds]]) because they think he is a big nerd. This never changes throughout the series.

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* Reese Worthington of ''BackyardSports''.''VideoGame/BackyardSports''. He is constantly insulted by the other kids (like [[TheSmartGuy Dmitri]], [[FieryRedhead Kimmy]], [[BrattyHalfPint Ronny]], and [[SmallNameBigEgo Barry Bonds]]) because they think he is a big nerd. This never changes throughout the series.
29th Aug '17 7:23:59 AM BeerBaron
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** Peryite, the Daedric Prince of [[{{Plaguemaster}} Pestilence]] and Tasks, gets this treatment from the other Daedric Princes. They consider him "loathesome" and constantly look down upon him. It also doesn't help that he is considered to be the weakest of the Princes.

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** Peryite, the Daedric Prince of [[{{Plaguemaster}} Pestilence]] and Tasks, gets this treatment from the other Daedric Princes. They consider him "loathesome" and constantly look down upon him. It also doesn't help that he is considered to be the weakest of the Princes. Further, being associated with order puts him at odds with the other Princes, who have a generally [[OrderVersusChaos chaotic nature]].
29th Aug '17 6:59:42 AM BeerBaron
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** Peryite, the Daedric Prince of [[{{Plaguemaster}} Pestilence]] and Tasks, gets this treatment from the other Daedric Princes. They consider him "loathesome" and constantly look down upon him. It also doesn't help that he is considered to be the weakest of the Princes.
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