Rightyoh, more from the complete monster thread:
replace Butch Cavendish's entry from Monster.Disney
with the writeup at 15726
From the same page, add Kruger's writeup from 15734 to the Monster.Film
page and The Cousins at the same post to Monster.Live Action TV
Writeup of Colonel Hakeev at 15710 added
to Monster.Video Games
Replace Amon Goeth's entry at the Film monster page with Occasional Exister's at 15723
And finally on Monster.Literature
replace the Night Angel Trilogy
entries with the new writeups at post 15724 on the same page as goeth's.
Finally, on the Monster.Film
page, replace the Saw
examples with just:
- Detective Mark Hoffman Of the Saw franchise is Jigsaw's second apprentice and surpasses both his Well-Intentioned Extremist mentor and Ax-Crazy Broken Bird alumnus Amanda in evil how the lines he is willing to cross. Unlike Jigsaw's traps, which tended to give a chance for survival, Hoffman places his victims into traps simply to kill them to satisfy his own sadism and cruelty. He frames Agent Peter Strahm for his crimes and then arranges his horrible death by being crushed by compacting walls. To cover his tracks, Hoffman begins murdering innocent people and then goes on a rampage in the police station, killing every officer he finds before placing his rival and Jigsaw's wife Jill in a trap to kill her horribly.
On the Monster.Live Action TV
page, replace Barago writeup with:
- Garo brings us the evil, power hungry Barago. Barago was once a member of the Makai Knights, an order of powerful beings who defend humanity from the horrors in the dark. Nearly every horrible thing in series can be traced back to Barago. He made the innocent heroine of the series into a vessel for a demonic being known as Messiah, which would allow Messiah to consume both the girl and then the world (for nothing more than his personal gain). He murdered series hero Kouga's father, and The Lancer Rei's entire family to manipulate them further in the future. To prove he has no attachment to humanity or human beings, Barago cuts down a mirage of his own mother to prove that his family means less to him than power. Barago is willing to allow humanity be devoured for his own gain, and carelessly uses and discards whoever is in his way. When one hero begs Barago to remember why he once joined the order of the Makai Knights, Barago's only response is to coldly say he can't even remember.
And finally, on Monster.Literature
replace the Inchoroi writeup with
- Aurang and Aurax, twin princes of the Inchoroi from the Second Apocalypse series. They're Serial Rapist Aliens who crash-landed during the height of the Nonmen (or Cűnuroi, as they call themselves) civilization. They eventually touched off a cataclysmic war between them and the Nonmen. To be fair, the Nonmen sort of started it, as they murdered the first Inchoroi captives they took, essentially because they didn't like the way the Inchoroi looked. However, to bring about their victory, the Inchoroi genetically engineered three new species (the Sranc, the Bashrags, and the Wracu), at least the first of which is so filled with hatred and lust that the only way it can interact with its enemies is by raping them to death, killing them first and then raping them, or, baring rape, just killing them in gratuitously torturous ways, such as cutting open the abdomen and strangling the unfortunate with their own intestines. Eventually, though, the power of the Quya (Nonmen sorcery) is such that the Inchoroi are driven to defeat. Aurang meekly ask the proud king of the Nonmen what he'd like them to do for him. He decides that he'd like his species to be immortal. The Inchoroi assent and become the physicians of the Nonnmen, wandering among them and spreading their concoctions. What happens as a result of this is completely unjustified. The men all become eternally young and immortal, but every single woman of their race dies. No exceptions. The remaining Nonmen are upset and decide they would like to wipe the Inchoroi out for good. Aurang and Aurax, the masterminds of the genocide, are the only survivors. But perhaps what the Inchoroi did to the Nonmen doesn't seem awful...until one realizes what it does to the surviving Nonmen. Their minds can only contain a few centuries of memory, before it starts to fade away. However, the exception to this rule is traumatic memories. Episodes of their lives filled with anguish, hatred, terror, and misery pile up, while everything beautiful and joyous, or even banal and trivial, they experience inevitably vanishes. By the time of the setting of the books, the Nonmen have been like this for at least four thousand years, and those of them that aren't desperately trying to keep together a last remnant of their civilization are so far beyond crazy that humans can't really hope to comprehend it. And the two surviving Inchoroi don't regret a thing. This is only their flashback backstory. In the series proper, Aurang and Aurax mastermind hundreds of horrible murders, engineer genocidal wars for their own ends, and created a being that killed every baby to be born for a decade. Both brothers are also sexual sadists who refer to themselves as 'The Race of Lovers' and are very fond of rape as an interrogation method...either doing it themselves, or letting their victims serve the srancs' pleasures.
edited 26th Aug '13 7:54:46 AM by Willbyr