Characters: Bounty Hunters Of The Apocalypse
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Nathan D. Ignacio
Formerly played by goodisgood
Played by gbrngfol
- "Get out of Jail Free" Card: Was busted out in exchange for fighting monsters for humanity
Formerly played by Nman
- BFG: His Minimi is typically the go-to weapon against dire wolves, ghouls, and other tougher mons.
- Deadpan Snarker: Big time
Formerly played by Plumbum
Played by tricksterson
- Cold Sniper/Friendly Sniper: Tends reside somewhere between the two.
- Sugar and Ice Personality: The "Always In Control" type.
- The Quiet One
(2nd Lieutenant) Jerry McKnight
Played by The Last Great Warrior
Formerly played by Serendipital
Played by Fantasy Liver
- Badass Normal: The only notable skills he has is his boxing, yet he has survived every monster encounter the Apocalypse has thrown at him.
- Combat Pragmatist: Red, throughout the campaign has spit on his enemies, ran over them with a Jeep, threw a walkie talkie at them, and has thrown a shoe at one.
- Dumbass Has a Point: There's a reason he's still alive. Some of his ideas surprisingly work. Such as stealing the bandit's jeep or taking on an armed bandit with...a shoe.
- Does Not Like Guns: Has only used a gun once and only because it was a life or death situation. The main reason for his gun dislike is that he's never been trained in gunplay and thus prefers to rely on his fists.
- I Know Madden Kombat: Red applies his skills as a former boxer to fistfight zombies with his brass knuckles - though his bare-knuckled punches hurt like hell as well.
- Too Dumb to Live: Is somewhat of an adrenaline junkie which causes him to do things that are rather rash and foolhardy.
Amlodhi Ogvai Matsen, AKA Og
Played by mantlemask
Stephanie “Artemis” Tanford
Formerly played by Icarus 24
"Eddie" the unnamed/name-changing
Formerly played by Infalliable Liar
Elisa (Lisa) Garren
Played by Plumbum
Patricia Tequila Stands At Sunrise Mallory AKA Tequila Sunrise
Played by Jason C
"Anarchy" AKA Molly
Played by Troyand Hawk
- The Berserker
- Blood Knight
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Kept along as a bounty hunter despite her insanity due to the need for more manpower and firepower. She's also a Medical student, but no one wants her anywhere near them.
- Cloud Cuckoo Lander
- Cluster F-Bomb: At least once a post.
- Deadpan Snarker: Usually immature.
- Friendly Sniper: Played With, on one side, she's a lot less
- Knife Nut
- Psycho for Hire: Disturbs hardened bounty Hunters
- Psychopathic Man Child: One of her two main personas.
- Rape as Backstory: At first an unsuccessful one at the hands of Kirk. She escaped him, but then his friends caught up with her...
- Samus Is a Girl
- Split Personality
- Talking to Themself
- Voice Changeling: She's very good at imitating voices. It's the main reason she could pretend to be a man for as long as she did.
Played by Revolver Zen
Catherine 'La Reine de Sang' Montagne
Played by Sixth Saint
Ally NP Cs
The Sheriff of Green Fields and the bounty hunters' employer
- Action Girl: Big time. Though she stays behind on missions to guard the town, she really shows her badassitude when the monsters attack the town.
- Badass: Definitely.
- Mama Bear: When her town is threatened.
- Also portrayed this during the fight between Red and Coline, despite the fact that it put the town in no danger. There's a reason why, but none of the player characters have asked yet.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Has done some...questionable things in her life; such as threatening to shoot her employees and, chiefly, sending the bounty hunters to wipe out the bandits and recruit the surviors. Partially justified in that she is the town's pillar of security and is under a lot of stress.
The town's teenaged mechanic
- Child Prodigy: She's only sixteen and yet can fix up a Jeep, helicopter, water heaters, and can invent numerous homemade weapons.
- Headphones Equal Isolation: When she puts on her Slayer-blasting headphones, she typically can't be talked to.
- Odd Couple: She's a nice, teenaged mechanic. Her partner is a violent gnome.
- Wrench Wench: Her defining skill. She can fix just about anything.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: On the receiving end of one when he fought Red and Emerson
- Dirty Coward
- Heel-Face Turn: After he was captured by Red, he ended up repairing the Jeep and led the bounty hunters to the rest of the bandits, as well as supplying vital information about Glassy and his gang. Ultimately though, he was killed before he could see any of this come into fruition.
- Killed Off for Real: Was turned into Swiss Cheese by another bandit and his machine gun
- Redemption Equals Death
A bandit sniper that ended up joining the bounty hunters' side
- The Atoner: Switched sides to make up for all he did as a bandit.
- Friendly Sniper: Was the best sharpshooter of the bandits. Is also the nicest bandit the hunters have encountered as he switched sides due to a genuine desire to good. It is strongly implied that he was forced to become a bandit.
- Heel-Face Turn:
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Abandoned town and fled when he heard that Mephisto had been summoned. Is a bit less cowardly than most examples seeing as his deal with the sheriff was technically finished and a demon overlord is something that any sane man should fear.
A bandit pilot that ended up joining the bounty hunters' side
- Ace Pilot: Likes to think that he is one. Isn't half bad either.
- Heel-Face Turn: Turned to the side of good after Jerry captured him.
Yet another bandit that joined up with the bounty hunters
- Casanova Wannabe: Slightly played with; Kirk admits that he has no luck with the ladies, but that doesn't stop him from trying.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Was almost killed by Dale.
- Heel-Face Turn: Sort of. He did switch sides but only because he wanted good food.
- Heroic Sacrifice: He purposely distracted a werewolf just so Anarchy would have a chance to escape from it.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: A skeleton shot him with an arrow and it impaled him through his chest.
- Pervert Revenge Mode: Years prior, he abducted and tried to rape Anarchy. This did not end well for him.
- Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: An attempted rape in his past got him chewed out by Red and warned to never try it again. Then not a moment later, Anarchy tried to murder him.
- Redemption Quest: After finding out Anarchy's true identity as his previous almost-victim, he started hoping for some way to make it up to her. See Heroic Sacrifice above.
- Reformed, but Rejected: People found it hard to overlook his past attempted rape and accept his genuine attempts to become a better person.
Enemy NP Cs
Yet another former bandit that survived the bounty hunters' assault.
- Best Served Cold: His reason for joining Fang Shadow was to get revenge on the bounty hunters and Shevon for killing his friends.
- Blood Lust: Implied to have a slight case of this when he went all werewolf.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: Totally screwed Fang over after he turned Anarchy into a werewolf. Now Fang has to deal with a magically powered enemy as well as the bounty hunters and sheriff.
- Unintentionally Sympathetic: He might have been a bandit but it's easy to sympathize with him leaving the town to join Fang Shadow. After all, the bounty hunters, under Shevon's orders, killed his friends. On the other hand, there was his desire to rape Anarchy. Again.
- Wounded Gazelle Gambit: Exploited this to get the bounty hunters to bring him to town.
- Xanatos Gambit: Was unknowingly part of one. Either he'd take the town and Fang would win, or he'd keep the bounty hunters and police busy while Fang focused on his real goal; namely turning a creek into blood and skulls as part of The Plan to summon a major demon.
- You Have Failed Me: Averted. Fang seems to genuinely enjoy Joe's company and does not see any reason to punish him for failure as Joe hasn't really failed in any of his missions.
Leader of the bandits. Was hyped up as a big threat but was offed rather easily by Jerry
- Anti-Climax Boss: Somewhat. He was hyped up by the bandits as a big, crafty, crazy dude who wasn't afraid to fight dirty. However, he was killed rather quickly.
- Bald of Evil
- Curb-Stomp Battle: On the receiving end of one.
- Killed Off for Real
- Machete Mayhem: Tried to use this against Red and Jerry but he soon found out that machetes are no match for tear gas and Jerry's sharpshooting.
- Outside-the-Box Tactic: How he was defeated so easily, in this case with smart use of tear gas. Had the players simply gone Leeroy Jenkins or Attack! Attack! Attack! on him, it would have been a tougher fight.
- There Is No Kill Like Overkill: First Red filled his base with tear gas, causing him to cough and go somewhat blind. Then he took three rounds to the chest from Jerry before he could whack the rifle away. Next, Jerry kicked him down the stairs. Then Jerry shot him in the face. Then he exploded from his own grenade.