History NightmareFuel / MightyMax

12th Nov '17 5:34:15 PM Omnicron13
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* One of the few highlights of the tie-in video game was the soul-chilling portrait of Skullmaster that appears on the GameOver screen.

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* One of the few highlights of the tie-in video game was the [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mighty_max_game_over1.JPG soul-chilling portrait of Skullmaster Skullmaster]] that appears on the GameOver screen.
12th Nov '17 5:31:32 PM Omnicron13
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* In the episode "Fuath and Beggora", a crazed cult descended from group of deranged druids that worships the EldritchAbomination known as Fuath as revenged for being exiled, where he is prophesied to roam and dominate the Earth as an indestructible entity. They have been sacrificing generations of strangers and countrymen to hasten his awakening by tossing them into a fire pit in its mouth. It's basically Ireland's own take on Cthulhu.

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* In the episode "Fuath and Beggora", a crazed cult descended from group of exiled deranged druids that worships the EldritchAbomination known as Fuath as revenged for being exiled, where he Fuath, whom is prophesied to roam and dominate the Earth as an indestructible entity. They As revenge for their banishment, they have been sacrificing generations of strangers and countrymen to hasten his awakening by tossing them into a fire pit in its Fuath's mouth. It's basically Ireland's own take on Cthulhu.
26th Sep '17 7:55:16 AM Omnicron13
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* In the episode "The Cyberskull Virus", a jilted computer programmer named Marlon Kurt whose Dementoid game program was stolen by the Megacorp technology company illegally hacks into the company and accidentally turns himself using an advanced computer chip in The Cyberskull. He becomes powerful enough to manipulate and reprogram reality itself to the point of declaring himself a God and altering the world with ease by entering the Earth's computer network. He comes off as horrifying as Jobe Smith from ''Film/TheLawnmowerMan'' if his apotheosis into an insane digital god took full effect. If not for Max's own skill at videogames, the entire Earth would have been overtaken by the Virus.

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* In the episode "The Cyberskull Virus", a jilted computer programmer named Marlon Morlen Kurt whose Dementoid game program was stolen by the Megacorp technology company illegally hacks into the company and accidentally turns himself using an advanced computer chip in The Cyberskull. He becomes powerful enough to manipulate and reprogram reality itself to the point of declaring himself a God and altering the world with ease by entering the Earth's computer network. He comes off as horrifying as Jobe Smith from ''Film/TheLawnmowerMan'' if his apotheosis into an insane digital god took full effect. If not for Max's own skill at videogames, the entire Earth would have been overtaken by the Virus.
25th Sep '17 8:55:59 PM Omnicron13
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** Freako the Clown, a deranged freak who turns children into deformed monsters because he has an incredibly large inferiority complex due to being born looking like a freakish clown and wants to turn everyone into monsters as freakish as him as revenge.

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** Freako the Clown, a deranged freak who turns children into deformed monsters because he has an incredibly large inferiority complex due to being born looking like a freakish clown which forced him to flee towards the carnival and wants to turn everyone into monsters as freakish as him as revenge.revenge. Starting with children he lures to his carnival.
25th Sep '17 8:55:06 PM Omnicron13
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** Freako the Clown, a deranged freak who turns children into deformed monsters.

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** Freako the Clown, a deranged freak who turns children into deformed monsters.monsters because he has an incredibly large inferiority complex due to being born looking like a freakish clown and wants to turn everyone into monsters as freakish as him as revenge.
25th Sep '17 8:48:04 PM Omnicron13
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* The episode "Clown Without Pity" was terrifying enough with Freako and his mutants, but there's one part that may be overlooked: after Max leaves Norman and Virgil, he encounters this creepy fat lady who is then never seen again or given any backstory. She just ''exists''.

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* The episode "Clown Without Pity" was terrifying enough with Freako and his mutants, but there's one part that may be overlooked: after Max leaves Norman and Virgil, he encounters this creepy fat lady who is then never seen again or given any backstory. She just ''exists''. Not only that, when Max asks her about the whereabouts of the children who visited the carnival, she laughs at Max's ignorance and implies that they were either eaten by some of Freako's mutants or by the fat lady herself before laughing madly.
25th Sep '17 8:40:57 PM Omnicron13
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* In the episode "Fuath and Beggora", a crazed cult descended from group of deranged druids that worships the EldritchAbomindation known as Fuath as revenged for being exiled, where he is prophesied to roam and dominate the Earth as an indestructible entity. They have been sacrificing generations of strangers and countrymen to hasten his awakening by tossing them into a fire pit in its mouth. It's basically Ireland's own take on Cthulhu.

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* In the episode "Fuath and Beggora", a crazed cult descended from group of deranged druids that worships the EldritchAbomindation EldritchAbomination known as Fuath as revenged for being exiled, where he is prophesied to roam and dominate the Earth as an indestructible entity. They have been sacrificing generations of strangers and countrymen to hasten his awakening by tossing them into a fire pit in its mouth. It's basically Ireland's own take on Cthulhu.
25th Sep '17 8:39:40 PM Omnicron13
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* In the episode "Fuath and Beggora", a crazed cult descended from group of deranged druids that worships the EldritchAbomindation known as Fuath as revenged for being exiled, where he is prophesied to roam and dominate the Earth as an indestructible entity. They have been sacrificing generations of strangers and countrymen to hasten his awakening by tossing them into a fire pit in its mouth. It's basically Ireland's own take on Cthulhu.
25th Sep '17 7:43:52 PM Omnicron13
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* In the episode "The Cyberskull Virus", a jilted computer programmer named Marlon Kurt whose Dementoid game program was stolen by the Megacorp technology company illegally hacks into the company and accidentally turns himself using an advanced computer chip in The Cyberskull. He becomes powerful enough to manipulate and reprogram reality itself to the point of declaring himself a God and altering the world with ease by entering the Earth's computer network. He comes off as horrifying as Jobe Smith from ''Film/TheLawnmowerMan'' if his apotheosis into an insane digital god. If not for Max's own skill at videogames, the entire Earth would have been overtaken by the Virus.

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* In the episode "The Cyberskull Virus", a jilted computer programmer named Marlon Kurt whose Dementoid game program was stolen by the Megacorp technology company illegally hacks into the company and accidentally turns himself using an advanced computer chip in The Cyberskull. He becomes powerful enough to manipulate and reprogram reality itself to the point of declaring himself a God and altering the world with ease by entering the Earth's computer network. He comes off as horrifying as Jobe Smith from ''Film/TheLawnmowerMan'' if his apotheosis into an insane digital god.god took full effect. If not for Max's own skill at videogames, the entire Earth would have been overtaken by the Virus.
25th Sep '17 7:43:12 PM Omnicron13
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* In the episode "The Cyberskull Virus", a jilted computer programmer named Marlon Kurt whose Dementoid game program was stolen by the Megacorp technology company illegally hacks into the company and accidentally turns himself using an advanced computer chip in The Cyberskull. He becomes powerful enough to manipulate and reprogram reality itself to the point of declaring himself a God and altering the world with ease by entering the Earth's computer network. He comes off as horrifying as Jobe Smith from ''Film/LawnmowerMan'' if his apotheosis into an insane digital god. If not for Max's own skill at videogames, the entire Earth would have been overtaken by the Virus.

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* In the episode "The Cyberskull Virus", a jilted computer programmer named Marlon Kurt whose Dementoid game program was stolen by the Megacorp technology company illegally hacks into the company and accidentally turns himself using an advanced computer chip in The Cyberskull. He becomes powerful enough to manipulate and reprogram reality itself to the point of declaring himself a God and altering the world with ease by entering the Earth's computer network. He comes off as horrifying as Jobe Smith from ''Film/LawnmowerMan'' ''Film/TheLawnmowerMan'' if his apotheosis into an insane digital god. If not for Max's own skill at videogames, the entire Earth would have been overtaken by the Virus.
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