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Punch Clock Villain: Role Play

  • Montoya in Dino Attack RPG is both a justified and sympathetic small-time criminal who was really only doing dirty work for a major corporation out of a need for money. The extent of his dirty work can basically be summed up as "driving a couple of stolen vehicles and covering for his partners''- still illegal, but pretty small compared to said partners. The other crooks he is working with would technically qualify as well, since none of them had any real issues with Dacta Corp. and were simply doing their job because they were being paid.
    • Even Silencia Venomosa has some traits of a Punch Clock Villain, seeing as she won't go out of her way to kill someone unless she is hired to do so, and she's really only in it for the money.

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