History Characters / ZapDramatic

23rd May '16 11:55:27 AM Wyldchyld
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* BlondesAreEvil: [[spoiler: Subverted. At first, she appears to be the villain, but it is later revealed that she is innocent.]]
20th Mar '16 4:27:07 PM Prfnoff
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** HeyItsThatVoice: His voice is the same as the Vagabond who appears in two episodes of the Negotiator. Even his back story is similar to Teds.
11th Apr '15 2:52:35 PM MillaMaxwell
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* [[spoiler: BigBad: In a ''very'' roundabout way, Yale is the main villain; he's essentially attempting a coup on Klink Int., and plans on dumping his wife the second he makes partner. Meanwhile, while Rolf is certainly ''corrupt'', and willing to have Duke kill many people, in the end, he's not really doing anything ''evil'' besides the killings, and nothing bad would happen if he won; the drug he wants was made by a subsidiary company that Klink Int. owns, so he really isn't doing...anything. In the end, it's much easier to see Yale, a sexist, elitist adulterer who wants nothing more to take over Klink Int. and cheat on his wife as the main villain. This ironically turns the DownerEnding into a BitterSweetEnding.]]
27th Jun '14 6:58:06 PM Vox
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* UngratefulBastard: If you agree to his request he'll keep asking for more money, and won't stop no matter how many times you agree. Meaning it's possible to hand him millions of dollars, or more. He'll still kill you the moment you stop paying him.
26th Jun '14 10:07:05 AM Vox
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* DirtyCommunists: He accuses the player of being a "pinko socialist agitator" for ''absolutely no reason'' in episode 10.
7th Jun '14 4:29:29 PM GingerSnaps
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* WhatExactlyIsHisJob: Apparently, Gibson just had "generic rich guy" in mind for Rolf, because it's unclear just what it is that his company does. In Negotiator Part 3, it is mentioned that Klink International is a copyrighting company. In Episode 4, Yale says that [[spoiler: Helen's father]] owns the law firm Yale practices at. [[spoiler: Helen's father]] is later revealed to be Rolf, so that indicates that Klink International is a law firm. Then, there's the fact that Rolf is apparently the leader (or at least a high-ranking member) of the Fascist Party, so that would likely mean that he is a politician or has a political background. Finally, there's the Paxwic subplot, which at first calls Rolf a "real estate [[RougeAnglesOfSatin magnet]]" implying that he's selling some land to Somaplex Pharmaceuticals for its new plant, but later Somaplex is mentioned to be owned by Klink International, which could make it both a real estate company and a drug company. [[spoiler: It's also hinted that Rolf may have some ties to the mob as well, so there's that too]].

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* WhatExactlyIsHisJob: ObliquelyObfuscatedOccupation: Apparently, Gibson just had "generic rich guy" in mind for Rolf, because it's unclear just what it is that his company does. In Negotiator Part 3, it is mentioned that Klink International is a copyrighting company. In Episode 4, Yale says that [[spoiler: Helen's father]] owns the law firm Yale practices at. [[spoiler: Helen's father]] is later revealed to be Rolf, so that indicates that Klink International is a law firm. Then, there's the fact that Rolf is apparently the leader (or at least a high-ranking member) of the Fascist Party, so that would likely mean that he is a politician or has a political background. Finally, there's the Paxwic subplot, which at first calls Rolf a "real estate [[RougeAnglesOfSatin magnet]]" implying that he's selling some land to Somaplex Pharmaceuticals for its new plant, but later Somaplex is mentioned to be owned by Klink International, which could make it both a real estate company and a drug company. [[spoiler: It's also hinted that Rolf may have some ties to the mob as well, so there's that too]].
24th May '14 7:32:35 PM Vox
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* SinisterShades


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* CrowbarCombatant
21st Mar '14 2:34:02 PM NotJim99
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** Discussed in episode 3, explaining that when pushed and having no other options, he turned to the lord in hopes for help. These words get twisted by Angie in episode 4 to declare him delusional. [[spoiler: Although, in episode 10, it seems like she was doing him a favor...]]

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** Discussed in episode 3, explaining that when pushed and having no other options, he turned to the lord Lord in hopes for help. These words get twisted by Angie in episode 4 to declare him delusional. [[spoiler: Although, in episode 10, it seems like she was doing him a favor...]]
28th Feb '14 8:21:20 AM Viira
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* ShoutOut: [[spoiler: Her coming back as a ghost to help the defense attorney is very similar to ''AceAttorney''.]] However, ''Ambition'' came out much later, making this accidental.

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* ShoutOut: [[spoiler: Her coming back as a ghost to help the defense attorney is very similar to ''AceAttorney''.''Franchise/AceAttorney''.]] However, ''Ambition'' came out much later, making this accidental.
20th Jan '14 7:42:43 PM number9robotic
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--> "Holy crap! I thought I had problems. Are you ok?"

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--> "Holy crap! "[[GoshDangItToHeck Holy smokes!]] I thought I had problems. Are you ok?"
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