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Characters: Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure
Number one member of the Pompous Adventurer's Club, is on a mission to obtain the legendary Golden Suit created by the Gentleman, who could control the Puzzle Realm with it in order to obtain that world's treasure. He discovers the first piece, the Golden Hat, resulting in the re-opening of the Puzzle Realm. With the aid of his assistant, Cole, he must travel all over the world in order to collect every piece of the suit and seal the Puzzle Realm once and for all.
Badass Grandpa: Though the power of the Golden Suit lets him revert to a younger age. Still, Old!Henry is just as capable of owning swathes of enemies as his younger self.
Henry's assistant, resonsible for upgrading his Robot Suit, locating the pieces of the Golden Suit and selling him powerups. (At least until he's kidnapped later in the game.) Despite all this, Henry believe he's still too young to go on adventures himself... And Cole eventually grows to resent him for it. And so to prove he is more than worthy of Hatsworth, Cole decided to live a double life... as Henry's Arch-Enemy Weasleby.
No Hero Discount: He's supposed to be Henry's assistant, and yet he still charges him for powerups?? Becomes massiveFridge Brilliance when you discover he's the Big Bad. It's revealed in the ending he was using the cash to build the Final Boss!
The number two member of the Pompous Adventurer's Club, and Hatsworth's Arch-Enemy. He seeks the pieces of the Golden Suit too, but clearly not for good ends. He and Hatsworth clash many times over the course of the adventure. Though as it turns out, Cole was Weasleby the whole time. See above for more info.
A God Am I: Claims he's a God after he obtains the Master Piece.
Recurring Boss: Takes a very Robotnik-styled approach and is fought no less than five times throughout the game, six if you count the very brief Bait and Switch boss before the final battle, and two of those are in the same world!
The Captain summons a rain of icicles. If you let one reach the bottom screen, the row it hits will become cracked and completely unusable for a while. If this happens, all you can do is wait.
Weasleby uses the same anchor gimmick as Banson, but more dangerous since he summons enemies at the same time, and the anchor will pull their blocks up to the top really quickly if you let it.
The Final Boss summons a huge cube of garbage that's tangible on both screens. You need to match blocks to make it fall further into the bottom screen and prevent it from crushing Hatsworth on the top one. It can also spew out 'garbage' blocks that can't be matched, and drag its giant fist across the bottom screen, destroying every block in its path.
A mysterious... umm... thing encountered in World 1: Mysteria. All we know about her is she takes the form of a (black-dressed) bride and seeks handsome men to be her husband, though all who do inevitably 'leave' her, and not by choice.
Serial Escalation: The fight in a nutshell. It starts with the nurse using the Captain as a weapon and occasionally a projectile. After damaging them a bit, the nurse starts spitting pills that hatch into enemies, which complicates things. After a while longer, the battle is put on hold for a bit while you deal with the walls and celing closing in, Star Wars style. Then icicles start falling that really mess up your puzzle screen if they hit. Then the floor breaks and the fight continues underwater, with the nurse balooning to massive size and getting begger and bigger right until the end. Is it any wonder he's considered That One Boss?