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Characters: Rusty and Co.
Major characters in Rusty and Co.:

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    The Band 

Three stalwart Monster Adventurers who decided that this life was better than sticking around in the dungeon.

Mimic

The charismatic Mimic is, despite the title, the main character.

Rusty

An absurdly cute rust monster whose favorite line is "Eat [metallic object]?"

Cube

The silent yet deadly Gelatinous Cube

    The Girls 
Every level thus far has featured an female character who connects and adventures with them. After the first three, the girls also started reappearing.

The Princess

A human monk (with a few levels in Dungeonmaster's Girlfriend), the princess is anything but a damsel in distress.

Madeline Goodlaw (a.k.a. Madeline the Paladin)

A human paladin, who makes up for her lack of intelligence with superior fighting ability... most of the time.

Roxanne Casbaugh

An elven bard who was raised by barbarians.

"Stabs" Doogan

A cheerful halfling rogue, who likes treasure.

Prestige Perkins

An overeager human wizard, who works as a law enforcement official for the Princess. Easily excitable.

Y.T. (formerly known as Yuan-Tiffany)

A lamia (formerly a yuan-ti) with red braids and a distinctive Western accent. Notable for working both against and with the group at different points.

    The Villains 
These guys are generally evil, when they aren't being funny.

Calamitus

The ultimately cliché Evil Sorcerer, much to his detriment.

  • Arch-Enemy: To the Princess, for having kidnapped her and moreso for having killed her wight boyfriend.
  • Collapsing Lair: Attempts to destroy the party by bringing his lair down on their heads, but the Cube intervenes just on time.
  • Evil Gloating
  • Evil Laugh
  • Evil Sorcerer: Revels in this.
  • The Faceless
  • Failed a Spot Check: Calamitus turns missing the obvious into an art form. His first appearance saw him spying on the heroes using a crystal ball, and completely failing to notice they're standing right in front of him. Another appearance has him brainwashing civilians and sending them to attack the Princess. He starts gloating about how she is alignment-bound from harming innocents, and when he finally pays a look at the room, let's just say he understands he has misjudged her alignment a bit.
  • Glowing Eyes of Doom
  • Harmless Villain: Played with. Even though he is not a very smart villain, he is a powerful enough sorcerer to present some challenge to the group. He is also very hard to kill due to his necromantic powers.
  • In the Hood
  • Large Ham: He seems to be absolutely incapable of talking without hamming it up.
  • Laughably Evil: Oh yes.
  • Names to Run Away From Really Fast: Another staple of the standard cliche evil sorcerer.
  • Necromancer: How he was able to turn Whitey. Considering that he came back after being eaten by Cube, it is probably safe to assume he's also a lich.
  • Shock and Awe
  • Warmup Boss: The first villain the party encounters, and not a very good one at that. He takes a slight level in badass by the time the group reaches level 4, but is still as silly as ever.

Plaidbeard

A dwarven pirate with an unusually odd-colored beard.

The Grinner

A charming gnoll bandit with a killer smile. Literally.

Don Polpo

Leader of the illithid mafia.

Hipster Vampires

A brother and sister, and oh so hip.


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