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The Chupacabra from fasoman. What should I add?
The Chupacabra (Chupacabras, El Chupacabra, "Goat Sucker", "The Moca Vampire")
Same Nightwings question from last page. And a new one.
Anyone who worked as a smuggler to raise a family member while hiding that profession from them?
And who's that Goddess who represents the protection of orphanages again?
EDIT: Never mind. Found her. But any other such deities?
Edited by nightelf37 on May 28th 2019 at 3:53:29 AM
Piercing Weapons: A Weapons sub-house, to help alleviate space (I heard Weaponized Objects is getting too big). Weapons meant to pierce, to stab, to shank and spike. Includes Poseidon, Simon the Digger (Greater), Cu Chulain (Intermediate), Ana Amari, Lester, Messala, Nathan Spencer, Thresh, Zenia Valov (Lesser), Banzai (Demigod). Are there others who would fit under this? Do you guys have your own idea of solving the Weaponized Objects being too big?
for the Chupacabra.
@Louisent31 Regarding Nikola Tesla, I think that Reluctant Mad Scientist and/or No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup works well for him.
The former because, in spite making (or allegedly making) various potentially deadly devices, he was always well-intentioned about their intended use.
The latter fits because he did most of his work either in his head or directly tinkering with a single functional prototype until reaching the final design, which he then dismantled and cannibalized for his next project. He also invoked this intentionally in some of his work, as he was extremely paranoid, especially towards the end of his life. He said that his office had been ransacked during this time by persons unknown looking for notes or blueprints, but that they couldn't have gotten any because his plans had never been written down.
I don't mind him getting the latter.
He's a good candidate.
for Dragon and Melman.
Edited by TheWikiaEditor on May 27th 2019 at 3:25:07 AM
Either of them works for him, but I want to choose the former. But I want to see if the other tropers have that trope already and/or have better candidates in mind, then I'll choose the latter.
Edit: I might as well choose the latter (although that depends if somebody has a better candidate in mind so I'll stop making him).
RJ: for Chubacabra. Also, make a sub-house if there is a red warning already.
Edited by louisent31 on May 27th 2019 at 5:33:52 PM
Huh, I thought Reluctant Mad Scientst was given to Dr. Cossack. I'd actually prefer that to Disc-One Final Boss.
That's a good idea, but get the consensus if Reluctant Mad Scientist really isn't taken, then you may change
Got a couple of Dreamworks ideas. What do you think?
Edited by RJ-19-CLOVIS-93 on May 27th 2019 at 10:09:08 PM
for Melman and Dragon.
@Dr. Cossack: I say you should find a better candidate for Disc-One Final Boss first before moving him over.
Edited by nightelf37 on May 27th 2019 at 10:49:03 PM
Reluctant Mad Scientist isn't taken. He can have it.
Edited by louisent31 on May 27th 2019 at 6:54:09 PM
Since when did Melman have a last name?
Question, does Tesla fot Tesla Tech Timeline overall, like, does the real one fit the trope?
Well, it took a while (Thanks internet) but i think Kronika is done.
Since this is a joint profile, i think Roku isn't really allowed to approve it.
"I have been expecting you."
Kronika, Holy Titaness of Repeatedly Killing And Reviving Fallen Foes (The Keeper of Time, The Guide to the Realms' Destinies, Architect of the Destiny of the Universe, The God of Gods)
The real one doesn't fit.
I don't think that Tesla Tech Timeline works for him since the real Tesla obviously never achieved that level of success. I personally think the protagonist of Close to the Sun would be a better candidate, or at least the Tesla of that world. I think it's better to just give him No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup.
Edited by TheWikiaEditor on May 27th 2019 at 8:01:55 AM
@Kronika: Time Manipulation could be a secondary House for her, as she does rewind time after killing you each time.
What does Beating A Dead Player even have to do with manipulating time in the long run other than that's what her fatality does?
I guess one more thing to say about Kronika is I've wondered why she is allies with Dialga. To me, it doesn't seem like the two would get along with each other that well.
As for Melman, I've said it before, but I'd prefer it if there was a trope for him and the other Madagascar protagonists to share.
The closest trope I can find for the quartet is Raised In Captivity. They are a group of wild animals raised inside a zoo and end up back in the African wilderness.
Edited by r-lock256 on May 27th 2019 at 8:37:57 AM
for that trope for the quartet.
Edited by nightelf37 on May 27th 2019 at 11:41:20 PM
I removed the Time and Space house since, like R-lock said, her trope has nothing to do with time manipulation
As for your question, i don't know, ask Roku about that one. There is a couple that just appeared and Roku had nothing to do with those so i might remove some characters listed that i don't know how they would even interact.
I also interpreted Kronika as a Truly Single Parent, but maybe Cetrion and Shinnok do have a dad.
Edited by fasoman1996 on May 27th 2019 at 12:42:51 PM
@R-lock: I'd much rather have the four take Raised In Captivity than have each member take up another trope.
Edited by WeirdWarrior on May 27th 2019 at 11:43:56 AM
for the four having Raised In Captivity.
Repost of Exodia.
Exodia, God of Instant Win Conditions (The Forbidden One)
Edited by yugi195 on May 27th 2019 at 11:00:53 AM
Wondering if there is a picture that show his legs.
I've looked, but I don't think there is. Even the card that's supposed to represent his completed form doesn't show his legs.
Edited by yugi195 on May 27th 2019 at 11:12:22 AM
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How well does it match the trope?