History Literature / CascaTheEternalMercenary

23rd May '16 9:21:33 AM mrnickname
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A Main/ComicBook adaptation was announced by Wicked Studios in 2012, but seems to have gotten stuck in DevelopmentHell.
23rd May '16 5:59:34 AM mrnickname
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* BlackComedyRape: In ''Casca: The Trench Soldier'', Casca and Cockney Dave rape two French girls (who are insinuated to have [[NotIfTheyEnjoyedItRationalization enjoyed it.]]) After beating up the husband of the older girl, (the young one is his daughter) and tying him up. It's "justified" by the fact that since [[DisproportionateRetribution the man was physically fit and of military age, but was still operating a café as a civilian, he is probably a coward, who has bribed his way out of conspription and thus deserves it. Seriously.]]

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* BlackComedyRape: In ''Casca: The Trench Soldier'', Casca and Cockney Dave rape two French girls (who are insinuated to have [[NotIfTheyEnjoyedItRationalization enjoyed it.]]) After beating up the husband of the older girl, (the young one is his daughter) and tying him up. It's "justified" by the fact that since [[DisproportionateRetribution the man was physically fit and of military age, but was still operating a café as a civilian, he is probably a coward, who has bribed his way out of conspription conscription and thus deserves it. Seriously.]]
23rd May '16 5:46:51 AM mrnickname
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* BeenThereShapedHistory: Casca has fought with/against everyone from [[UsefulNotes/{{Islam}} Mohammed]] to UsefulNotes/{{Blackbeard}}. Oh, and do you think [[spoiler: Hitler commited suicide in his bunker?]] Nope, Casca killed him.

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* BlackComedyRape: In ''Casca: The Trench Soldier'', Casca and Cockney Dave rape two French girls (who are insinuated to have [[NotIfTheyEnjoyedItRationalization enjoyed it.]]) After beating up the husband of the older girl, (the young one is his daughter) and tying him up. It's "justified" by the fact that since [[DisproportionateRetribution the man was physically fit and of military age, but was still operating a café as a civilian, he is probably a coward, who has bribed his way out of conspription and thus deserves it. Seriously.]]
* BeenThereShapedHistory: Casca has fought with/against everyone from [[UsefulNotes/{{Islam}} Mohammed]] to UsefulNotes/{{Blackbeard}}. Oh, and do you think [[spoiler: Hitler commited committed suicide in his bunker?]] Nope, Casca killed him.
21st May '16 12:25:34 AM mrnickname
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* BeenThereShapedHistory: Casca has fought with/against everyone from [[UsefulNotes/{{Islam}} Mohammed]] to UsefulNotes/{{Blackbeard}}. Oh, and do you think [[spoiler: Hitler commited suicide in his bunker?]] Nope, Casca killed him.
19th May '16 2:21:58 PM mrnickname
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* {{Badass}}: An immortal Roman soldier with over 2000 years of combat experience, and counting? Yep, Casca is this.
19th May '16 12:06:53 PM mrnickname
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* BloodKnight: Not by his own choice. This series has a much more sober and problematizing view of war, than what could be assumed at first glance.
19th May '16 11:58:19 AM mrnickname
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* DentedIron: Casca is immortal and has a HealingFactor. Still, depending on the severity of his wounds, he may still feel pain and require rest to heal. In ''Casca: The Damned'', Casca reminisces how he was [[ManOnFire burned at the stake]] by a Persian Vizier, and how he still can't sit near an open fire for long, or feel the smell of roasting meat without wanting to vomit. [[NightmareFuel Nice life.]]
19th May '16 11:52:29 AM mrnickname
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* ArtisticLicenseReligion: Jesus forces Casca to live a lifetime of Soldiering, even though it's clearly stated in Literature/TheBible, that God (and thus Jesus) cannot mess with mans free will. Then again, Cascas predicament is based on the medieval myth of the wandering Jew, who is also not biblical, so you probably can't blame Sadler.
25th Apr '16 2:28:55 AM mrnickname
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12th Nov '15 10:03:40 AM WillBGood
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* FlatEarthAtheist[=/=]NayTheist: Met Jesus, received miracle, NOT A CHRISTIAN.

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* FlatEarthAtheist[=/=]NayTheist: Met Jesus, received miracle, NOT A CHRISTIAN. (But given how he feels about his immortality, why would he worship the guy?)
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