History Characters / ZapDramatic

20th Aug '16 7:53:53 PM WanderingTedium
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* {{Transplant}}: While it isn't made clear this is the same Ted from ''Ambition'', all the similarities are quite damning. At best, it could be an AlternateUniverse form of him.


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* {{Transplant}}: Same deal with Ted. See his entry above.
8th Aug '16 12:33:04 PM longWriter
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* StopHelpingMe: In-universe. On episode 4, after being declared delusional in court, Ted fires his lawyer, Yale, who was trying to get him to calm down.
** In episode 1, because of his fragile state of mind (and the game tells you this if you fail), acts of kindness or desires to help him entirely may be interpreted as a threat to him. Justified as to Ted, it may as well just be another way of being told that he's being strapped in a long sleeve jacket.
** He gets this from the player's side in episode 10. [[spoiler:In one part your goal is to split up from Ted to get to safety, despite his assurances that you need to stick together. Make a wrong move, and you can be hit by [[FriendlyFireIndex Friendly Fire]] from Ted's attempt to defend you.]]


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* UnwantedAssistance: On episode 4, after being declared delusional in court, Ted fires his lawyer, Yale, who was trying to get him to calm down.
** In episode 1, because of his fragile state of mind (and the game tells you this if you fail), acts of kindness or desires to help him entirely may be interpreted as a threat to him. Justified as to Ted, it may as well just be another way of being told that he's being strapped in a long sleeve jacket.
** He gets this from the player's side in episode 10. [[spoiler:In one part your goal is to split up from Ted to get to safety, despite his assurances that you need to stick together. Make a wrong move, and you can be hit by [[FriendlyFireIndex Friendly Fire]] from Ted's attempt to defend you.]]
1st Aug '16 8:03:39 AM OlfinBedwere
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* BetterManhandleTheMurderWeapon: In the game's final chapter he picks up a gun that was used to shoot a couple of innocent bystanders -- the player character, Bridget's lawyer being the actual target -- and then declares that it doesn't matter that his fingerprints are now on the gun, because he knows he's innocent. Note that this happens ''after'' the player character warns Ted that he's being set up to take the fall for several murders.
31st Jul '16 10:29:35 AM OlfinBedwere
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* DirtyCoward: It's blink-and-you'll miss it, but you can see him briefly look in on Helen in Episode 5, after she grabs hold of a violin and starts threatening the player character. He quickly disappears, apparently more comfortable with letting his wife assault a completely innocent stranger than doing anything that might defuse the situation.
2nd Jun '16 10:18:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[spoiler: BlondeGuysAreEvil]]
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.
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