History Characters / ThePiratesOfDarkWater

24th Sep '17 2:58:24 PM FarseerLolotea
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* TakingYouWithMe: When Ren manages to trick him into crawling back into the bell so he could be sealed, he tries to drag ren into the bell with him.

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* TakingYouWithMe: When Ren manages to trick him into crawling back into the bell so he could be sealed, he tries to drag ren Ren into the bell with him.



* BigFun

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* BigFunBigFun: Canonically six and a half feet tall and over 300#. Is a BoisterousBruiser who runs a tavern/casino in [[WretchedHive Janda-Town]].




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* StoutStrength: He's got a beer gut...framed by bigger shoulders than Ioz. Although [[TheDragon Mantus]] gives him a run for his money, he'd been effortlessly thrashing the {{mooks}} beforehand.
24th Sep '17 2:44:59 PM FarseerLolotea
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* DarkSkinnedBlonde

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* DarkSkinnedBlondeDarkSkinnedBlonde: A blue-eyed towhead with a mahogany complexion.



* LovableTraitor: Tula betrays the crew of the Wraith, twice. The first time, she turns over Ren and Ioz to Bloth to try and rescue the ecomancer Bltoh has captive, and is both exploiting and abusing. The second time, she betrays Ren and Ioz to the amazon Deltha Warriors, presumably to gain access to the 8th Treasure or Rule, which is a living thing that is just about as gluttonous as Nidler, and which the Deltha Warriors are trying to exterminate (ironic since later it's shown that this treasure is what's allowing their island plant life to bloom and flourish). While Ioz neither forgets nor forgives this, Ren turns a blind eye to it, not just because he needs all the help he can get, and is a ridiculously SkilledButNaive NiceGuy, but because both these actions were ultimately highly beneficial to the crew and the quest.

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* LovableTraitor: Tula betrays the crew of the Wraith, twice. The first time, she turns over Ren and Ioz to Bloth to try and rescue the ecomancer Bltoh Bloth has captive, and is both exploiting and abusing. The second time, she betrays Ren and Ioz to the amazon Deltha Warriors, presumably to gain access to the 8th Treasure or Rule, which is a living thing that is just about as gluttonous as Nidler, Niddler, and which the Deltha Warriors are trying to exterminate (ironic since later it's shown that this treasure is what's allowing their island plant life to bloom and flourish). While Ioz neither forgets nor forgives this, Ren turns a blind eye to it, not just because he needs all the help he can get, and is a ridiculously SkilledButNaive NiceGuy, but because both these actions were ultimately highly beneficial to the crew and the quest.





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\n* TheSmartGuy: Hinted at by both of the times she feigns a FaceHeelTurn and pulls one over on the bad guys.



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* BadassMustache: Has spiked muttonchops and is the physical powerhouse of the crew.


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* TheBigGuy: Of the "gruff warrior" type. Seems to be the physically strongest of the crew; also is the oldest, tallest, and beefiest.
3rd Mar '17 5:52:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* BlondeGuysAreEvil: Both of them are blonde (even the [[BaldOfEvil bald]] one has a blonde mustache) and work for Bloth.
25th Feb '17 2:32:22 PM akih08
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* YouHaveFailedMe / YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: If you're either his prisoner or a member of his crew and manage to fall into either of these categories, you'll probably find yourself giving Bloth's constrictus a belly rub...[[EatenAlive from the inside]].

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* YouHaveFailedMe / YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: If you're either his prisoner or a member of his crew and manage to fall into either of these categories, you'll probably find yourself giving Bloth's constrictus a belly rub...[[EatenAlive [[FedToTheBeast from the inside]].
25th Feb '17 2:29:28 PM akih08
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* FaceHeelTurn: By the final episode, she's totally fed up with having to put up with her male counterparts and joins a tribe of man-hating [[AmazonBrigade Deltha Warriors]], who then make slaves/prisoners out of Ren and Ioz. Whether or not this was purely so she could get closer to the last Treasure of Rule is anyone's guess.

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* FaceHeelTurn: By the final episode, she's totally fed up with having to put up with her male counterparts counterparts'(particularly Ioz's) misogyny and joins a tribe of man-hating [[AmazonBrigade Deltha Warriors]], who then make slaves/prisoners out of Ren and Ioz. Whether or not this was purely so she could get closer to the last Treasure of Rule (which just happened to have been captured by the Delthas) is anyone's guess.



* {{Greed}}: His FatalFlaw. He once wound up on the show's equivalent of The Flying Dutchman because he tried to steal the ghost's treasure. Ren and Tula had to undertake enourmous risk to rescue him.

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* {{Greed}}: His FatalFlaw. He once wound up on the show's equivalent of The Flying Dutchman because he tried to steal the ghost's treasure. Ren and Tula had to undertake enourmous enormous risk to rescue him.




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* YouHaveFailedMe / YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: If you're either his prisoner or a member of his crew and manage to fall into either of these categories, you'll probably find yourself giving Bloth's constrictus a belly rub...[[EatenAlive from the inside]].
19th Nov '16 2:06:24 PM Harem-author
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* {{Flight}}: He can fly.
* MasterOfIllusion: He can project auditory and visual illusions to tempt people, at least Ren, into doing what he wants.
* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily: His mouth has ''a lot'' of teeth.
* {{Outgambitted}}: On the receiving end. [[spoiler: Ren tricks him into touching the real bell by placing a heavy guard on a fake bell, and then crawling into the real one, presumably while trying to hide.]]
* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: He's reptillian and is quite abhorent, both physically and morally.
* ScaryTeeth: He has a mouth full of razor sharp fangs.
* SealedEvilInACan: In the same episode where he's introduced, he gets locked back up again.
* SmugSnake: Because he was able to fool Ren with an illusion of Primus, he thought Ren was as dumb as a rock. It was quite gratifying to see Ren prove him wrong.
* TakingYouWithMe: When Ren manages to trick him into crawling back into the bell so he could be sealed, he tries to drag ren into the bell with him.



* CruelMercy: Rather than devour him, the Dark Dweller made him its servant, compelled to obey the Dark Water.
* HumanoidAbomination: Thanks to the Dark Dweller, he has a tentacle for an arm, and "speaks" to the Dark Water.

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* CruelMercy: Rather than devour him, the Dark Dweller made him its servant, slave, compelled to obey the Dark Water.
* EnemyMine: He, and by extension, The Dark Dweller, team up with Bloth to go after Ren because he's their common enemy, though they both seek the remaining treasures for their own gain, and absolutely do not trust each other.
* HumanoidAbomination: Thanks to the Dark Dweller, he has a tentacle for an arm, a half-mutated face, and "speaks" to with the Dark Water.
19th Nov '16 1:21:37 PM Harem-author
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* LoveableTraitor: Tula betrays the crew of the Wraith, twice. The first time, she turns over Ren and Ioz to Bloth to try and rescue the ecomancer Bltoh has captive, and is both exploiting and abusing. The second time, she betrays Ren and Ioz to the amazon Deltha Warriors, presumably to gain access to the 8th Treasure or Rule, which is a living thing that is just about as gluttonous as Nidler, and which the Deltha Warriors are trying to exterminate (which is Ironic since later it's shown that this treasure is what's allowing their island plant life to bloom and flourish). While Ioz neither forgets nor forgives this, Ren turns a blind eye to it, not just because he needs all the help he can get, and is a ridiculously SkilledButNaive NiceGuy, but because both these actions were ultimately highly beneficial to the crew and the quest.

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* LoveableTraitor: LovableTraitor: Tula betrays the crew of the Wraith, twice. The first time, she turns over Ren and Ioz to Bloth to try and rescue the ecomancer Bltoh has captive, and is both exploiting and abusing. The second time, she betrays Ren and Ioz to the amazon Deltha Warriors, presumably to gain access to the 8th Treasure or Rule, which is a living thing that is just about as gluttonous as Nidler, and which the Deltha Warriors are trying to exterminate (which is Ironic (ironic since later it's shown that this treasure is what's allowing their island plant life to bloom and flourish). While Ioz neither forgets nor forgives this, Ren turns a blind eye to it, not just because he needs all the help he can get, and is a ridiculously SkilledButNaive NiceGuy, but because both these actions were ultimately highly beneficial to the crew and the quest.
19th Nov '16 1:19:09 PM Harem-author
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* LoveableTraitor: Tula betrays the crew of the Wraith, twice. The first time, she turns over Ren and Ioz to Bloth to try and rescue the ecomancer Bltoh has captive, and is both exploiting and abusing. The second time, she betrays Ren and Ioz to the amazon Deltha Warriors, presumably to gain access to the 8th Treasure or Rule, which is a living thing that is just about as gluttonous as Nidler, and which the Deltha Warriors are trying to exterminate (which is Ironic since later it's shown that this treasure is what's allowing their island plant life to bloom and flourish). While Ioz neither forgets nor forgives this, Ren turns a blind eye to it, not just because he needs all the help he can get, and is a ridiculously SkilledButNaive NiceGuy, but because both these actions were ultimately highly beneficial to the crew and the quest.



* {{Greed}}: His FatalFlaw. He once wound up on the show's equivalent of The Flying Dutchman because he tried to steal the ghost's treasure. Ren and Tula had to undertake enourmous risk to rescue him.



* BadBoss: Just count how many times he has Konk thrown to the Constrictus. Threatens his other crew members with this at lest once per episode with the only exceptions being the few episodes that Bloth ''isn't'' in.

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* BadBoss: Just count how many times he has Konk thrown to the Constrictus. Threatens his other crew members with this at lest once per episode with the only exceptions being the few episodes that Bloth ''isn't'' in. To say nothing of how he treats those he captures and exploits.




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* MightyGlacier: His girth makes him slow and unwieldy, but he's ''insanely'' strong, able to break free of Morpho's tentacle with ease when any other character requires either a treasure of rule or a DeliciousDistraction to trick him into letting go.



* HumanoidAbomination

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* HumanoidAbomination
CruelMercy: Rather than devour him, the Dark Dweller made him its servant, compelled to obey the Dark Water.
* HumanoidAbomination: Thanks to the Dark Dweller, he has a tentacle for an arm, and "speaks" to the Dark Water.
* SuicidalOverconfidence: In his backstory, he was an alchemist who foolishly went after the Dark Dweller, alone, with little in the way of a plan, and no back-up.
6th Nov '16 9:46:22 PM Kooshmeister
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* {{Stripperific}}: They wear nothing but furry [[WesternAnimation/MastersOfTheUniverse He-Man]]-style underpants and matching leather body harnesses. The latter are functional, featuring handles which allow the smaller Konk to piggyback on them a few times.

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* {{Stripperific}}: They wear nothing but furry [[WesternAnimation/MastersOfTheUniverse He-Man]]-style He-Man]] underpants and matching leather body harnesses. The latter are functional, featuring handles which allow the smaller Konk to piggyback on them a few times.times, [[Film/MadMaxBeyondThunderdome Master Blaster]]-style.
6th Nov '16 9:42:33 PM Kooshmeister
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