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6th Oct '15 3:24:40 PM Trogdor
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* The only man in an unofficial war who isn't running around with a gun. He is most well known for operating a big homemade radio system, which he uses to communicate with everyone else in the war, assist civilians who are unable to escape, and to try and convince his enemies (three soldiers who abandoned their mission to go hunt down a man because their crazy leader said so) that they are bad guys and should leave. After these three barbarians slaughter half the city in an attempt to reach him, he gives in without a fight, happily lets them use his equipment for their own needs, and continues making wisecracks until one of his enemies shoots him in the head three times. [[spoiler:The Radioman, Spec Ops:The Line]]

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* The only man in an unofficial war who isn't running around with a gun.gun, or any weapons at all. He is most well known for operating a big homemade radio system, which he uses to communicate with everyone else in the war, assist civilians who are unable to escape, and to try and convince his enemies (three soldiers who abandoned their mission to go hunt down a man because their crazy leader said so) that they are bad guys and should leave. After these three barbarians slaughter half the city in an attempt to reach him, he gives in without a fight, happily lets them use his equipment for their own needs, and continues making wisecracks until one of his enemies shoots him in the head three times. [[spoiler:The Radioman, Spec Ops:The Line]]
1st Oct '15 4:30:50 PM Trogdor
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* The only man in an unofficial war who isn't running around with a gun. He is most well known for operating a big radio system, which he uses to communicate with everyone else in the war, assist civilians who are unable to escape, and to try and convince his enemies that they are bad guys and should leave. After his enemies slaughter half the city in an attempt to reach him, he gives in without a fight, happily lets them use their equipment for their own needs, and continues making wisecracks until one of his enemies shoots him in the head three times. [[spoiler:The Radioman, Spec Ops:The Line]]

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* The only man in an unofficial war who isn't running around with a gun. He is most well known for operating a big homemade radio system, which he uses to communicate with everyone else in the war, assist civilians who are unable to escape, and to try and convince his enemies (three soldiers who abandoned their mission to go hunt down a man because their crazy leader said so) that they are bad guys and should leave. After his enemies these three barbarians slaughter half the city in an attempt to reach him, he gives in without a fight, happily lets them use their his equipment for their own needs, and continues making wisecracks until one of his enemies shoots him in the head three times. [[spoiler:The Radioman, Spec Ops:The Line]]
1st Oct '15 4:26:37 PM Trogdor
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* The only man in an unofficial war who isn't running around with a gun. He is most well known for operating a big radio system, which he uses to communicate with everyone else in the war, assist civilians who are unable to escape, and to try and convince his enemies that they are bad guys and should leave. After his enemies slaughter half the city in an attempt to reach him, he gives in without a fight, happily lets them use their equipment for their own needs, and continues making wisecracks until one of his enemies shoots him in the head three times. [[spoiler:The Radioman, Spec Ops:The Line]]
19th Jun '15 8:17:20 AM ToaofGallifrey
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* He brought a very disastrous war to a swift halt and scared the irresponsible civilians straight, yet no one ever gave him any recognition, instead praising a highly incompetent god that wouldn't know a civil war if it was going on in his own brain. [[spoiler:Makuta Teridax from ''BIONICLE'']]
* He's a fun chap to be around with a great sense of humor who shares his infinite knowledge with those he meets, but his acquaintances refuse to summon him and advise everyone else to not do that as well. [[spoiler:Bill Cipher from ''Gravity Falls'']]
*He/she just wants to play with their friend and play with their "toys". [[spoiler:The Master/Missy from ''Doctor Who'']]
*She wants to reunite with her sister, end her suffering and play with her (and her other friends/toys) forevermore. [[spoiler:Kurome from ''Akame ga Kiru!'']]
7th Jun '15 7:23:08 PM YourAverageShmoe
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* A creature who simply wants to remind you that you're a flawed person and shouldn't stress yourself out because of it. [[spoiler: The Blue Thing from ''Courage the Cowardly Dog'', if that even counts]].
*A charming leader who has won the citizens of his home by storm. He dreams of gaining more intelligence for not only himself, but the people around him as well. [[spoiler: Joe from ''Help! I'm a Fish'']].

18th May '15 2:51:05 PM 1810072342
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* A being that works repeatedly with his twin sister to achieve his goal, despite being opposed by a man frequently described as 'arrogant'. [[spoiler: Dormammu from ''Marvel Comics''.]]


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* An abused war orphan who was sold into slavery in her childhood years. When her best friend (quite possibly her only friend) was mutilated horrifically she fled, and finally found a person ([[EldritchAbomination ?]]) who could help her and an artefact that she could use to destroy the slave traders and their mafia bosses, and tear down the corrupt power they held over the country. When not removing the mafia from their positions, she practically lives in church - and spend a lot of time fighting off vigilantes, people who want to stop her but are far less equipped to destroy the mafia, people who intend to use her artefact's power for nothing more than satisfying their own selfish desires, her own supposed allies and her old best friend who now has a severely-damaged psyche, a cybernetically enhanced body and a vast array of weaponry and tools, all of which are designed for killing her. No-one else. Just her old best buddy. [[spoiler: Bloody Marie from ''Skullgirls'']].
16th Dec '14 1:12:18 PM Trogdor
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* Of all the people a young girl encounters in her journey through the apocalypse, this man cares about her the most. His heroic deeds including being the only person to try and save his family and a group of innocent strangers from a group of villains led by an insane, psychopathic murderer and rapist, taking the blame for stealing from this murderer which saves the girl but results in the man losing an eye, being the most helpful person to a woman who is going through labor, fighting off a horde of zombies while the other leader (who should have been keeping a lookout) was having sex, repairing a vehicle in order to drive it to a safe place, and spending more time than anyone else looking after a newborn child. His only problem is his anger - he can yell furiously at his fellow survivors, but he never hurts them, and does apologize to the young girl for any emotional harm he has given her, and unlike ''everyone else'', he is never manipulative or lying, and he comes back for his friends. The other survivors all have sever problems - in the final chapter of his story, two of the people believed to be his friends along with their prisoner tried to steal all their supplies ''and'' their vehicle and leave the man, the young girl, the newborn child, and a young woman to die, and tried to justify this by saying the man was clearly insane because he hurt the prisoner who tried to kill and/or rob them (when the man could easily have killed him at any time). This results in the young girl getting shot by the prisoner, but once again this man saves her. He manages to save the vehicle, along with the young girl, the newborn and the young woman, but after a few hours the young woman decides she would rather have the young girl to herself, and puts the newborn's life at risk in a plan to make this man lose his temper and make the young girl abandon him. While he ''does'' lose his temper and try to kill the woman, the young girl can shoot him to save her, and the man will admit as he dies that she made the right choice. If the young girl fails to find the courage until after the woman is dead, he willingly let's her shoot him, realizing what he has become. If she spare's him, he admits he went too far, but nevertheless he helps the young girl journey to the safe place they were searching for. When they are denied access, the man ''begs'' them to take the young girl and the newborn, caring more about their safety than his own. [[spoiler:Kenny, ''The Walking Dead Videogame'']]

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* An innocent husband and father is surviving the apocalypse with his wife and two kids, when one day everything goes to hell; He takes his son hunting, despite him being a little too young and ends up losing him. The father spends all night with his wife and daughter searching for their son, but fail to find him. Things get even worse when he returns to his station wagon to find all of his supplies have been stolen. This gradually leads his wife to leave with their daughter, deciding they were better off without him. They are proven to be wrong, as the father finds both of them the next day, dead. Broken, he tries using a radio to search for other frequencies survivors may be broadcasting. By sheer coincidence, he finds a frequency being sent out by a child who was part of the group that stole from him. Through their conversation he learns a lot about the group, particularly that the man looking after her was a dangerous convicted murderer, so he begins trying to convince her to find him, helping her to find the bravery to leave the dangerous members of her group. When he does manage to keep get her safely away, the murderer who was in charge of her stormed through an endless horde of the undead to get her back. The innocent man holds the murderer at gunpoint when they meet, getting him to sit down, explaining who he is, making the murderer realize what a monster he was, and proving he could look after the girl far better than the murderer could. Despite all this, the girl this man saved gets cold feet and betrays him, allowing the murderer to kill him. [[spoiler:The Stranger, The Walking Dead Video game]]
* Of all the people a young girl encounters in her journey through the apocalypse, this man cares about her the most. His heroic deeds including being the only person to try and save his family and a group of innocent strangers from a group of villains led by an insane, psychopathic murderer and rapist, taking the blame for stealing from this murderer which saves the girl but results in the man losing an eye, being the most helpful person to a woman who is going through labor, fighting off a horde of zombies while the other leader (who should have been keeping a lookout) was having sex, repairing a vehicle in order to drive it to a safe place, and spending more time than anyone else looking after a newborn child. His only problem is his anger - he can yell furiously at his fellow survivors, but he never hurts them, and does apologize to the young girl for any emotional harm he has given her, and unlike ''everyone else'', he is never manipulative or lying, and he comes back for his friends. The other survivors all have sever problems - in the final chapter of his story, two of the people believed to be his friends along with their prisoner tried to steal all their supplies ''and'' their vehicle and leave the man, the young girl, the newborn child, and a young woman to die, and tried to justify this by saying the man was clearly insane because he hurt the prisoner who tried to kill and/or rob them (when the man could easily have killed him at any time). This results in the young girl getting shot by the prisoner, but once again this man saves her. He manages to save the vehicle, along with the young girl, the newborn and the young woman, but after a few hours the young woman decides she would rather have the young girl to herself, and puts the newborn's life at risk in a plan to make this man lose his temper and make the young girl abandon him. While he ''does'' lose his temper and try to kill the woman, the young girl can shoot him to save her, and the man will admit as he dies that she made the right choice. If the young girl fails to find the courage until after the woman is dead, he willingly let's her shoot him, realizing what he has become. If she spare's him, he admits he went too far, but nevertheless he helps the young girl journey to the safe place they were searching for. When they are denied access, the man ''begs'' them to take the young girl and the newborn, caring more about their safety than his own. [[spoiler:Kenny, ''The Walking Dead Videogame'']]
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14th Dec '14 12:37:38 PM Trogdor
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* Of all the people a young girl encounters in her journey through the apocalypse, this man cares about her the most. His heroic deeds including being the only person to try and save his family and a group of innocent strangers from a group of villains led by an insane, psychopathic murderer and rapist, taking the blame for stealing from this murderer which saves the girl but results in the man losing an eye, being the most helpful person to a woman who is going through labor, fighting off a horde of zombies while the other leader (who should have been keeping a lookout) was having sex, repairing a vehicle in order to drive it to a safe place, and spending more time than anyone else looking after a newborn child. His only problem is his anger - he can yell furiously at his fellow survivors, but he never hurts them, and does apologize to the young girl for any emotional harm he has given her, and unlike ''everyone else'', he is never manipulative or lying, and he comes back for his friends. The other survivors all have sever problems - in the final chapter of his story, two of the people believed to be his friends along with their prisoner tried to steal all their supplies ''and'' their vehicle and leave the man, the young girl, the newborn child, and a young woman to die, and tried to justify this by saying the man was clearly insane because he hurt the prisoner who tried to kill and/or rob them (when the man could easily have killed him at any time). This results in the young girl getting shot by the prisoner, but once again this man saves her. He manages to save the vehicle, along with the young girl, the newborn and the young woman, but after a few hours the young woman decides she would rather have the young girl to herself, and puts the newborn's life at risk in a plan to make this man lose his temper and make the young girl abandon him. While he ''does'' lose his temper and try to kill the woman, the young girl can shoot him to save her, and the man will admit as he dies that she made the right choice. If the young girl fails to find the courage until after the woman is dead, he willingly let's her shoot him, realizing what he has become. If she spare's him, he admits he went too far, but nevertheless he helps the young girl journey to the safe place they were searching for. When they are denied access, the man ''begs'' them to take the young girl and the newborn, caring more about their safety than his own.

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* Of all the people a young girl encounters in her journey through the apocalypse, this man cares about her the most. His heroic deeds including being the only person to try and save his family and a group of innocent strangers from a group of villains led by an insane, psychopathic murderer and rapist, taking the blame for stealing from this murderer which saves the girl but results in the man losing an eye, being the most helpful person to a woman who is going through labor, fighting off a horde of zombies while the other leader (who should have been keeping a lookout) was having sex, repairing a vehicle in order to drive it to a safe place, and spending more time than anyone else looking after a newborn child. His only problem is his anger - he can yell furiously at his fellow survivors, but he never hurts them, and does apologize to the young girl for any emotional harm he has given her, and unlike ''everyone else'', he is never manipulative or lying, and he comes back for his friends. The other survivors all have sever problems - in the final chapter of his story, two of the people believed to be his friends along with their prisoner tried to steal all their supplies ''and'' their vehicle and leave the man, the young girl, the newborn child, and a young woman to die, and tried to justify this by saying the man was clearly insane because he hurt the prisoner who tried to kill and/or rob them (when the man could easily have killed him at any time). This results in the young girl getting shot by the prisoner, but once again this man saves her. He manages to save the vehicle, along with the young girl, the newborn and the young woman, but after a few hours the young woman decides she would rather have the young girl to herself, and puts the newborn's life at risk in a plan to make this man lose his temper and make the young girl abandon him. While he ''does'' lose his temper and try to kill the woman, the young girl can shoot him to save her, and the man will admit as he dies that she made the right choice. If the young girl fails to find the courage until after the woman is dead, he willingly let's her shoot him, realizing what he has become. If she spare's him, he admits he went too far, but nevertheless he helps the young girl journey to the safe place they were searching for. When they are denied access, the man ''begs'' them to take the young girl and the newborn, caring more about their safety than his own.
own. [[spoiler:Kenny, ''The Walking Dead Videogame'']]
14th Dec '14 12:06:00 PM Trogdor
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* Of all the people a young girl encounters in her journey through the apocalypse, this man cares about her the most. His heroic deeds including being the only person to try and save his family and a group of innocent strangers from a group of villains led by an insane, psychopathic murderer and rapist, taking the blame for stealing from this murderer which saves the girl but results in the man losing an eye, being the most helpful person to a woman who is going through labor, fighting off a horde of zombies while the other leader (who should have been keeping a lookout) was having sex, repairing a vehicle in order to drive it to a safe place, and spending more time than anyone else looking after a newborn child. His only problem is his anger - he can yell furiously at his fellow survivors, but he never hurts them, and does apologize to the young girl for any emotional harm he has given her, and unlike ''everyone else'', he is never manipulative or lying, and he comes back for his friends. The other survivors all have sever problems - in the final chapter of his story, two of the people believed to be his friends along with their prisoner tried to steal all their supplies ''and'' their vehicle and leave the man, the young girl, the newborn child, and a young woman to die, and tried to justify this by saying the man was clearly insane because he hurt the prisoner who tried to kill and/or rob them (when the man could easily have killed him at any time). This results in the young girl getting shot by the prisoner, but once again this man saves her. He manages to save the vehicle, along with the young girl, the newborn and the young woman, but after a few hours the young woman decides she would rather have the young girl to herself, and puts the newborn's life at risk in a plan to make this man lose his temper and make the young girl abandon him. While he ''does'' lose his temper and try to kill the woman, the young girl can shoot him to save her, and the man will admit as he dies that she made the right choice. If the young girl fails to find the courage until after the woman is dead, he willingly let's her shoot him, realizing what he has become. If she spare's him, he admits he went too far, but nevertheless he helps the young girl journey to the safe place they were searching for. When they are denied access, the man ''begs'' them to take the young girl and the newborn, caring more about their safety than his own.
3rd Aug '14 3:08:20 PM Trogdor7620
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* Ex-military Afghanistan veteran who is trying to keep an EldritchAbomination [[SealedEvilInACan sealed in its can.]] He does this by making sure nobody is around for it to possess. [[spoiler: Chris Walker, VideoGame/{{Outlast}}]]
* A surgeon who just wants a loving relationship with the perfect woman. [[spoiler: Edward Gluskin, VideoGame/{{Outlast}}]]
* A mercenary employed by a dominant government which wants a group of individuals recruited to their side before the rebellion gets a hold of them. [[spoiler: Locus, Machinima/RedVsBlue]]

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* Ex-military Afghanistan veteran who is trying to keep an EldritchAbomination [[SealedEvilInACan sealed in its can.]] He does this by making sure nobody is around for it to possess. [[spoiler: Chris Walker, VideoGame/{{Outlast}}]]
Outlast]]
* A surgeon who just wants a loving relationship with the perfect woman. [[spoiler: Edward Gluskin, VideoGame/{{Outlast}}]]
Outlast]]
* A mercenary employed by a dominant government which wants a group of individuals recruited to their side before the rebellion gets a hold of them. [[spoiler: Locus, Machinima/RedVsBlue]]
Red vs. Blue]]
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