History Characters / Uncharted

2nd May '16 11:59:45 PM JayRomeo
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2nd May '16 11:56:58 PM JayRomeo
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2nd May '16 11:51:50 PM JayRomeo
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24th Apr '16 4:36:18 AM Ohio9
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* GoingForTheBigScoop: Jeff and Elena pursue Lazarevic into a war zone by themselves.
* RedShirtReporter: Chasing a rouge military general into a war zone without any security can be hazardous to one's health
18th Apr '16 6:38:41 PM Eagal
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!Nathan Drake[[spoiler: real name unknown]]

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!Nathan Drake[[spoiler: Drake, real name unknown]]unknown



An amateur archaeologist, professional treasure hunter, sometimes criminal and occasionally a stand-up guy. Nate believes that he's a descendant of legendary privateer Sir Francis Drake, even though the historic record is that Francis had no children. [[spoiler: ''Drake's Deception'' reveals that Nate was not born "Nathan Drake": he was abandoned by his parents before he turned five, became obsessed with Sir Francis during his time in a state home (named St. Francis), spent his youth as a street criminal in Central America and took the name "Drake" as part of a ChangelingFantasy.]] Played by Creator/NolanNorth, and by Billy Unger as a teenager.

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An amateur archaeologist, professional treasure hunter, sometimes criminal and occasionally a stand-up guy. Nate believes that he's a descendant of legendary privateer Sir Francis Drake, even though the historic record is that Francis had no children. [[spoiler: ''Drake's Deception'' reveals that Nate was not born "Nathan Drake": he was abandoned by his parents before he turned five, became obsessed with Sir Francis during his time in a state home (named St. Francis), spent his youth as a street criminal in Central America and took the name "Drake" as part of a ChangelingFantasy.]] Played by Creator/NolanNorth, and by Billy Unger as a teenager.
13th Apr '16 11:52:39 AM JayRomeo
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An amateur archaeologist, professional treasure hunter, sometimes criminal and occasionally a stand-up guy. Nate believes that he's a descendant of legendary privateer Sir Francis Drake, even though the historic record is that Francis had no children. ''Drake's Deception'' reveals that Nate was not born "Nathan Drake": he was abandoned by his parents before he turned five, became obsessed with Sir Francis during his time in a state home (named St. Francis), spent his youth as a street criminal in Central America and took the name "Drake" as part of a ChangelingFantasy. Played by Creator/NolanNorth, and by Billy Unger as a teenager.

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An amateur archaeologist, professional treasure hunter, sometimes criminal and occasionally a stand-up guy. Nate believes that he's a descendant of legendary privateer Sir Francis Drake, even though the historic record is that Francis had no children. [[spoiler: ''Drake's Deception'' reveals that Nate was not born "Nathan Drake": he was abandoned by his parents before he turned five, became obsessed with Sir Francis during his time in a state home (named St. Francis), spent his youth as a street criminal in Central America and took the name "Drake" as part of a ChangelingFantasy. ]] Played by Creator/NolanNorth, and by Billy Unger as a teenager.
12th Apr '16 10:33:26 PM JayRomeo
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!Nathan Drake, real name unknown

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!Nathan Drake, Drake[[spoiler: real name unknownunknown]]
4th Apr '16 4:30:14 AM Vermont
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** And find one non-whip-related ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' trope that ''doesn't'' show up here.
14th Mar '16 5:24:25 AM SolidSonicTH
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Similar to how Sully forms a more mentor-like father figure role with Nate in later games, Nate in ''Drake's Fortune'' is less attached to him as [[spoiler:Sully is seemingly gunned down early in the game but Nate acts more with shock than anger, getting over it rather quickly and continuing his quest unfazed shortly after (acting more as if this sort of thing is just a risk of the job)]]. Compare this to ''Drake's Deception'' where [[spoiler:seemingly killing Sully sends Nate completely over the edge]].

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Similar to how Sully forms a more mentor-like father figure role with Nate in later games, Nate in ''Drake's Fortune'' is less attached to him as [[spoiler:Sully is seemingly gunned down early in the game but Nate acts reacts more with shock than anger, getting over it rather quickly and continuing his quest unfazed shortly after (acting more as if this sort of thing is just a risk of the job)]]. Compare this to ''Drake's Deception'' where [[spoiler:seemingly killing Sully sends Nate completely over the edge]].
14th Mar '16 5:22:44 AM SolidSonicTH
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Similar to how Sully forms a more mentor-like father figure role with Nate in later games, Nate in ''Drake's Fortune'' is less attached to him as [[spoiler:Sully is seemingly gunned down early in the game but Nate acts more with shock than anger, getting over it rather quickly and continuing his quest unfazed shortly after]]. Compare this to ''Drake's Deception'' where [[spoiler:seemingly killing Sully sends Nate completely over the edge]].

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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Similar to how Sully forms a more mentor-like father figure role with Nate in later games, Nate in ''Drake's Fortune'' is less attached to him as [[spoiler:Sully is seemingly gunned down early in the game but Nate acts more with shock than anger, getting over it rather quickly and continuing his quest unfazed shortly after]].after (acting more as if this sort of thing is just a risk of the job)]]. Compare this to ''Drake's Deception'' where [[spoiler:seemingly killing Sully sends Nate completely over the edge]].
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