History Characters / GLOrangeLanternCorps

30th Apr '17 11:49:10 AM DustSnitch
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* RuleOfSymbolism: Ophidian is implied to be the same serpent that [[Literature/TheBible tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden]]. Who is considered by some to be one and the same as [[{{Satan}} someone that's associated with light as well.]]

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* RuleOfSymbolism: Ophidian is implied to be the same serpent that [[Literature/TheBible [[Literature/BookOfGenesis tempted Eve in the Garden of Eden]]. Who is considered by some to be one and the same as [[{{Satan}} someone that's associated with light as well.]]
3rd Apr '17 10:32:49 AM Ultraman-Prime
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The only true member of the Orange Lantern Corps. Billions of years ago, Larfleeze was part of a band of thieves that stole Parallax from the Guardians. While hiding out in the Vega System (and following a map they also stole), Larfleeze and his remaining men found the Orange Central Power Battery (unlike the others, it's small and handheld). While they began to fight over it, the Guardians and the Manhunters showed up and demanded Parallax. In return, they gave them the Vega System and the power of the Orange Light of Avarice; however because of its nature, the Corps can have only one member (as greed is inimical to sharing) and so Larfleeze killed them all. He makes up for the lack of numbers by making legions of constructs of all the people he has killed (and eaten) over the long, long time of being Agent Orange.


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The only true member of the Orange Lantern Corps. Billions of years ago, Larfleeze was part of a band of thieves that stole Parallax from the Guardians. While hiding out in the Vega System (and following a map they also stole), Larfleeze and his remaining men found the Orange Central Power Battery (unlike the others, it's small and handheld). While they began to fight over it, the Guardians and the Manhunters showed up and demanded Parallax. In return, they gave them the Vega System and the power of the Orange Light of Avarice; Greed; however because of its nature, the Corps can have only one member (as greed is inimical to sharing) and so Larfleeze killed them all. He makes up for the lack of numbers by making legions of constructs of all the people he has killed (and eaten) over the long, long time of being Agent Orange.

3rd Apr '17 10:15:12 AM Ultraman-Prime
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* {{Greed}}: The emotion that drives the Corps. Interesting the Orange Lantern is always a singular individual because nobody avaricious enough to activate and control the orange light could ever bear the thought of sharing it. This is why the deputy didn't work out: they'd fight each other over the power, cutting their strength to less than half.

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* {{Greed}}: The emotion that drives the Corps. Interesting the Orange Lantern is always a singular individual because nobody avaricious greedy enough to activate and control the orange light could ever bear the thought of sharing it. This is why the deputy didn't work out: they'd fight each other over the power, cutting their strength to less than half.
3rd Apr '17 10:07:32 AM Ultraman-Prime
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Powered by the Orange Light of Avarice, the Orange Lanterns are a legion of gibbering phantoms emanated from the mind of Agent Orange, the keeper of the Orange Light. They are constructs created in the image of Agent Orange's victims, whose very identities he has stolen.

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Powered by the Orange Light of Avarice, Greed, the Orange Lanterns are a legion of gibbering phantoms emanated from the mind of Agent Orange, the keeper of the Orange Light. They are constructs created in the image of Agent Orange's victims, whose very identities he has stolen.
27th Mar '17 10:51:56 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* AGodAmI: After becoming a [[spoiler:living Orange Power Battery]].

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* AGodAmI: After becoming a [[spoiler:living Orange Power Battery]].



* AntiHero: Though technically an enemy of the Green Lantern Corps he's often found aiding them, usually for his own reasons.



* PhysicalGod: After becoming a [[spoiler:living Orange Power Battery]].



* VillainProtagonist: Though technically an enemy of the Green Lantern Corps he's often found aiding them, usually for his own reasons.
10th Mar '17 11:29:56 PM Blastmasterism324
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[[caption-width-right:250:'''''MINE!''''']]
23rd Feb '17 8:27:00 PM Seraphine
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** TheLeader: Becomes the de facto leader of the [[spoiler:ressurected]] Orange Lanterns by virtue of being the most diplomatic and intelligent among them.

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** TheLeader: Becomes the de facto leader of the [[spoiler:ressurected]] [[spoiler:resurrected]] Orange Lanterns by virtue of being the most diplomatic and intelligent among them.



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13th Nov '16 9:42:07 AM rafi
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* {{Greed}}: The emotion that drives the Corps.

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* {{Greed}}: The emotion that drives the Corps. Interesting the Orange Lantern is always a singular individual because nobody avaricious enough to activate and control the orange light could ever bear the thought of sharing it. This is why the deputy didn't work out: they'd fight each other over the power, cutting their strength to less than half.



* {{Greed}}: He is the greediest creature to ever live. True to form, he's the only true member of the corps; the others are all spirits of the people he killed in his constant search for '''''more'''''.
** Funnily enough, Larfleeze was once referred to ''in-story'' as "Scrooge [=McDuck=] with a power ring"
** Later on, ComicBook/LexLuthor is inducted as a deputy Orange Lantern and becomes so utterly consumed by greed that he turns on the other lanterns, wanting ALL the rings.
--->'''Larfleeze''' to Lex Luthor: Victory is mine! And if you had hair that would be mine, too!
** Ironically enough, his last act of the ComicBook/BlackestNight arc was tossing Luthor back to the humans, which Sinestro lampshaded was an act of him giving something to someone. Larfleeze reacts in stunned shock.
** As a bit of a TragicHero, the top thing Larfleeze wanted was [[spoiler: the ''only'' thing he really wants, his family]]. In the end [[spoiler:he gets reunited with them. Then promptly falls back into stealing and hoarding because old habits die hard.]]







* As mentioned before, ComicBook/LexLuthor was temporarily deputized during the ''ComicBook/BlackestNight''.

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* As mentioned before, ComicBook/LexLuthor was temporarily deputized during the ''ComicBook/BlackestNight''.''ComicBook/BlackestNight''.
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25th Sep '16 2:05:58 PM DannWoolf
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* DrivenToSuicide: After [[spoiler:Sayd hypnotized him into destroying his treasure horde]], he puts himself and Stargrave on meteor headed toward the Creation Point to be incinerated.

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* DrivenToSuicide: After [[spoiler:Sayd hypnotized him into destroying his treasure horde]], he puts himself and Stargrave on a meteor headed toward the Creation Point to be incinerated.
19th Sep '16 11:34:05 PM SarcasmKid
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: When Larfleeze was first introduced he was more often referred to under his codename Agent Orange, to the point that when he stole new individuals, it was said they "belonged to Agent Orange." But over time characters began referring to him solely as Larfleeze more and more, to the point that his own series was called ''Larfleeze'' instead of ''Agent Orange''.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
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When Larfleeze was first introduced he was more often referred to under his codename Agent Orange, to the point that when he stole new individuals, it was said they "belonged to Agent Orange." But over time characters began referring to him solely as Larfleeze more and more, to the point that his own series was called ''Larfleeze'' instead of ''Agent Orange''.Orange''.
** The first look at Larfleeze's treasure room back in ''DC Universe'' #0 revealed it to be rather spacious and opulent, decorated in tones of orange and gold with the Orange Lantern symbol tastefully adorned on the walls. This was a far cry from the dank, dark chambers littered with spoiled food and rotted corpses that was seen in Larfleeze's official debut.
** In the issues leading up to the ''Agent Orange'' arc, the first mention of Larfleeze came when Scar spoke with the other Guardians about something troubling she learned, saying "He calls himself Agent Orange." Scar's tone of voice made it sound as if they had only just learned about Larfleeze and the Orange Light's existence, despite later reveals that the Guardians knew exactly who and what he was and had known for centuries.



* ProgressivelyPrettier: Glomulus's initial design and early appearances were very ugly and disgusting looking, but when he began appearing in ''New Guardians'' his appearance fell more under UglyCute like a strange little plush toy.



%%* TeamPet

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%%* TeamPet* TeamPet: Of the New Guardians.
* TookALevelInJerkass: In the ''Larfleeze'' comic after [[spoiler: he's revived by the Wanderer, Glomulus is suddenly much more sentient and vindictive then when he was first alive, and is eager to make Larfleeze suffer just like the other Orange Lanterns.]]
* TookALevelInKindness: Was mainly just a mindless ExtremeOmnivore when he was originally alive, but his time with the New Guardians shows him developing more sentience and a fondness for Kyle Rayner and the other colored Lanterns.



** AGodAmI: Combined with JerkassGods, he demanded people give him their valuables. Although, he wasn't ALL bad. See above.



** AGodAmI: Combined with JerkassGods, he demanded people give him their valuables. Although, he wasn't ALL bad. See above.



** DefiantToTheEnd: When Larfleeze considers killing the Orange Lanterns [[spoiler: again]] after the torture they put him through, Clypta announces that they (or at the very least, she) will spend every second fighting against Larfleeze's control if he turns them into constructs again. [[spoiler: Larfleeze decides they're not worth the effort and leaves them to die.]]



%%** WreathedInFlames

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%%** WreathedInFlames** WreathedInFlames: She seems to naturally generate flames around her head and tendrils.



%%** ButterFace

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%%** ButterFace** ButterFace: She has a shapely, curvy female body, but a face that's more or less just a gaping maw and no eyes.



%%** {{Mummy}}

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%%** {{Mummy}}
** {{Mummy}}: Looks like one and is implied to be one. He comes from a planet called Cairo and his Black Lantern mentioned Larfleeze stole the treasures buried next to him.



** BadAssDecay: Prior to BlackestNight, Stargrave was one of the bigger villains the LegionOfSuperHeroes ever fought, easily capable of fighting off the Legion at its full might unless they planned ahead. Afterward, well, he's Larfleeze's butler -- and not even a BattleButler.

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** BadAssDecay: Prior to BlackestNight, Stargrave was one of the bigger villains the LegionOfSuperHeroes ever fought, easily capable of fighting off the Legion at its full might unless they planned ahead. Afterward, well, he's Larfleeze's butler -- and not even a BattleButler. Of course since his battles with the Legion chronologically took place a thousand years into the future, it's possible at some point Pulsar TookALevelInBadass before encountering the Legionnaires.
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