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Tim’s (in)Complete 2013

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30 Complete Template

I haven’t been able to keep up with an avalanche of crazy things but it was fun. It isn’t complete, but there’s always next year!

Day 13 —> Day 25

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#21 Jiji the Jellyfish

#20 Armani the Armadillo Lizard

#19 Kwami the Quokka

#18 Braxton the Bunny

#17 Jack the Kangaroo

#16 Tommy the Turtle

#15 Fenny the Fennec Fox

#14 Sir Basker the Dog

#13 Harold & Henry the Hippopotamuses

#26 Timmi Admitting Defeat!

#25 Anthony the Ant Trainer

#24 SY the OC

#23 Timmi the Late Guest

#22 Kimchi the Clumsy Ninja Continue Reading

Day 30 – Galactic Sentry

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Day 29 – Man Hunter

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Day 28 – KingsMan

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Day 27 – Emperor Bot

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Day 26 – SteamPunk Jane

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Day 30 – Ms. Mask

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Ms. Mask is a mysterious person of unknown origin.  She has cuts all over her body and always wears a mask (probably to cover scars on her face).  The mask is also broken, suggesting she has been in many fights after she put on the mask.  No one has actually seen her fight, but everyone is afraid of her.  What is her secret?  We may never know.



#29 – Black Friday

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Black Friday

What started off as a simple day to get a bunch of Christmas shopping done and save some money in the process, soon began to grow and grow…  Little did financial-minded retailers knew they were giving birth to an entity that would soon consume the nation and even the world.  Black Friday has grown out of control… it now overshadows the holiday of Thanksgiving and turns even the sanest of people into monsters who will do anything (even kill innocent people) in their quest to snag a bargain.  Can anything stop Black Friday… or is it too late for that?

Earth Mother

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Character 30 Earth Mother

#30 – The Unscribe

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An ancient creature whose pen can manipulate the memories of everyone in existence…  Full text to be included later.

#29 – Doctor Agar

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A former quirky Silver-age villain, now working as a biological weapon creator for the US military.  Full text to be included later.


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#28 – Chimera VII

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A Mech built from parts lost from others during battles and used to commit crimes.  Full text to be added later.

#27 – The Mymistan Mammoth

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An Immortal, Indestructible Mammoth used as a weapon by many generations of the same family.  Full text to be added later.

#26 – The Trianglist

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A man who combined his families profession as almost superhuman martial artist assassins, with his own person desire to be a professional classical percussionist.  Full text to be a added later.




#25 – Alice Remillard

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A highly intelligent Lady whose hobby is planning elaborate high stakes crimes.  Full text to come later.

#28 – Cletus

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The real reason why Santa didn’t want to go out in the storm in the story of Rudolph wasn’t entirely because of the storm… it was because the last time the snow was storming that hard… Santa accidentally took Donner’s cousin, Cletus, out into the Christmas Eve night sky…  And let’s just say Cletus is a little bit more than… “special”.  Things happened that night…

#24 – Solomon Rivers

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A Gangster who deals everyday earth substances to other sentient species for whom they have somewhat stronger effects.  Full text to come later.

#23 – Gnomdar the Barbarin

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A force of destruction who brings chaos and death in his wake.  Who is also a 3 inch high gnome who can’t even spell his own name…  Full text to come later.

#22 – Victor

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During the years leading up to World War II, Clarence Norfolk, a teenager who had grown up on a farm in rural Alabama had gone to a travelling science fair that was visiting his local town, and in accordance with expectations, an accident while unloading two sets of equipment that modern Health and Safety Standards wouldn’t allow within fifty miles of each other, Clarence was bombarded with strange energy pulses.  Predictably these left him with incredible powers – flight, incredible strength and toughness and energy beams that he could emit from his hands.  During World War II he proved himself again and again under the code name Victor, gaining just about every medal you could conceive of.  He came back from Europe a hero. It was not to last.

A last power slowly became apparent – eternal youth.  But for a child bought up in the backwaters of rural 1930’s America, this proved as much as curse as a blessing. He found himself uncomfortable with increasing levels of acceptance to communities that in his day had been mistrusted – the Black Community, other Religions, Women’s Rights and the Gay Rights movement were all things which he found difficult to reconcile – but it was his association with the McCarthyist Communist Witch-Hunts of the 50s proved his most famous legacy as on government instruction he brutally beat down an alleged Communist Sympathizing superheroine in a pitched battle through the streets of Washington DC.

He increasingly clung to government as a form of moral guidance on subjects, but after nearly provoking Nuclear War during the later stages of the Cold War, he was locked in a specially designed prison beneath a mountain where his energy was drained to keep him safe while powering America.  However, in recent years it seems his powers have been getting more potent to compensate, and the base now requires constant upgrades to keep up within the energy he produces.

#21 – Perseus Intailio

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Perseus Intalio, often referred to as “Pintail” is one of the world’s richest men and frequent opponent of Rutherford Duckworth III.  Born into a very wealthy family, but largely ignored by his parents at the expense of his two older siblings, young Perseus was entrepreneurial from a young age.  He developed a taste for the most expensive things in life, and his wealth always ensured he got them.   Known for his extravagant parties, some of which spent thousands per person attending he quickly discovered that people shared his tastes for the finer things in life, and were looking for someone willing to pay people to get them.  Essentially, Perseus for exorbitant fees will find provide any object desired for a person, regardless of the seeming impossibility of acquiring it.

His most famous job was stealing the Empire State building, and it was only returned after a climatic rapier vs. umbrella duel atop the highest point of the building, with Rutherford Duckworth only just prevailing.  Still, his incredible and ever increasing wealth makes him all but unstoppable as his ability to acquire desirable objects is second only to his ability to seed corruption…

#20 – Psirocusis

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Rift Dragons are an ancient Breed who live in the deeps of the oceans where sunlight has never been – they often reach great ages, and collect their hordes from treasures that fall to the seabeds.  Like all Dragons, they covet power, but unlike most other species are a bit more tactful than “swoop overhead and set everything on fire”.  Psirocusis particularly has had great success – by selling off most of his horde he was able to have massive tracts of lands bought on his behalf, and instead of a static horde, he now has his land, be it oilfields or low rent old apartments fleeced for every penny they have, calculated in the cold cruel way of dragons…

#19 – Pine Blue

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Pine Blue is by all accounts the single biggest poacher in the multiverse – he is a pan dimensional traveller who has dedicated his life to catching every single species of animal in the strange Voxelcube technology of his home dimension.  However, having caught every single Earth species in his own dimension he has begun to travel through the multiverse to go even further – quite frequently stealing endangered species from Zoos and Reserves to do so.  His collection is currently rumoured to consist of the best part of 70 trillion animals, though the specifics of how these are stored and how he has had time to collect all of these is unknown – the current theory is that he has somehow synchronized himself throughout the multiverse, so that every Pine Blue out there is essentially the same man contributing to the same collection…

#18 – The Crown of Ctharin

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No one is really sure where the Crown of Ctharin came from, and given the highly public nature of it, it has been deemed impossible to get rid of without causing War with its home country of Mulgarona.  Why it does it’s sadistic machinations, no one is sure, all they know is that it warps the minds of all those who wear it into fulfilling stories.  A Prince or Princess will rise to the throne, and then they become part of the story – they will meet who the crown chooses, fall in love with who the crown chooses and frequently, murder who the crown chooses.  Frequently as they get older it will switch the roles, a handsome young prince will suddenly become an Evil King, only to be slain by a young hero who takes the crown for themselves and the process begins again…  No Arcane reports of Mulgarona have come up with any viable way of breaking the process, and on occasions when people have come close, the crown itself has been known to strike people dead with fire from the eye-like jewel that forms the centrepiece…

#17 – Lady Taheshi

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The Lady Taheshi is considered by most to be a Terrorist and an Assassin, but for many of the Tengu who live in Japan, she is considered their last hope.  Tengu have been pushed back and back into the wildernesses of Japan the more the country has developed, and while there have been reservations set aside in the past, they are frequently encroached upon every time a major building project needs to head that way.  Lady Taheshi is the first one to refound the great Tengu Court of the Mountains and encourages her followers to violently oppose those who would destroy their homes.  The results have been mixed – on the one hand the rate of encroachment has slowed, but on the other the rate at which Tengu have died to achieve this may signal the end of their species entirely as even the greatest swords do not protect one from automatic weapons…


#16 – The High Matriach

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The High Matriach is in the unique position to be simultaneously the most feared, but most necessary mortal in this Galaxy.  Mortal may be stretching it a bit admittedly, she has a prospective lifespan consisting of most of the rest of the duration of the Universe, and due to the prophecy-curses of her species  is unavailable but by another member of her kind, of which there are very few.  She is cruel, callous and controls the largest army in the Galaxy.  However, this army is also the only thing stopping the things outside our Galaxy getting in…

While most earth literature focuses on the idea of Earth begin invaded or destroyed, the challenge for the Matriach is that might happen to our Galaxy.  When a Universe dies, not all that was born of it necessarily dies too, and therefore are ancient even as our own Universe forms around us, and long to colonize the new Solar Systems as their own and recreate their worlds.  Most of the time they succeed.  Currently the Matriach fights a war on 3 fronts – against the titanic armoured Ur-Gods of Xzar, the endlessly replicating Vordanian Null-men and the hordes infected by the evil Sentient PX3k12 Virus.  The Matriach may burn worlds, knowingly send a trillion to their death in an unwinnable battle and break apart the very fabric of the universe itself for a victory…  but the alternatives are worse….

2013 Post# 15 –Miss Bumble

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Wilcox Post#15 — Miss Bumble

Another of my “magic girl” characters. She has insect powers; and fights the dark forces along with the Red Ant People.

Also, this will be my last post. Today is November 30th, and the challenge end tonight. This challenge has been good for me, showing me my strengths and weaknesses: I am good with storytelling qualities and composition, but have a weakness in keeping my enthusiasm up for a project (my first year saw me creating 37 characters, the second year 16 characters and this year only 15).  I think this will be my last year contributing to the challenge.

Best of luck to the rest of your efforts. And Happy Holidays.

And the last one!

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#15 – Ambassadorius

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Every Angels is made for a specific purpose – some are there to play harps, some guard people and some have important jobs in the hierarchy of the Heavens.  One Angel however, lives not in Heaven or on Earth, but in Hell: Ambassadorius – the Grey Angel.  While there is much talk of how heaven will sweep out Hell one day, the point remains that if they could have done it, they would, and similarly with Hell, much as both like posturing.  While they talk big, the likely result would be the destruction of both, and then the pantheon of some religion would move in and take celestial real estate, which is about the one thing that both sides hate the idea of more than each other.  There are various unbreakable universal laws put in place by higher powers to stop direct inter-pantheon conflict, and therefore to prevent the prospect of this chain of events happening, there is the imaginatively named Ambassadorius.

One of the oldest Archangels, he sits in Heavens Embassy in Hell and fixes the problems that arise between the two that might spark something off.  Unlike all other Angels however, his task is not to ensure the protection of Mortals and Angels from Hell, and therefore in his negotiations to stave off crises, and with his powers of diplomacy, he has ceded souls to hell that should go to heaven, and even on occasion retroactively rescinded Entry into Heaven, a prospect which horrifies most angels.  He is cold, cruel, and has no regard for anything save his own task, and this is simultaneously highly effective, but also uniquely amoung the divine beings utterly morality-free.

#14 – Randall Steel

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Randall Steel is largely regarded as the best value mercenary that money can buy – not necessarily the best out there, as in a world where there is a surplus of superpowered people who want to make a quick buck it makes a buyer’s market for muscle, but Randall has a gold-plated reputation among the nere-do-wells of the world as the go to guy.  While he does maintain a basic level in a broad range of the sorts of subjects a mercenary might be called to know about, when you hire him and his converted, armoured dust-bin lorry the main thing you get is a guy who has experience.  Much as many villains feel that a guy in a flack jacket with a crowbar and a sawn-off shotgun isn’t image appropriate for grandiose schemes, many more are happy to have just such a regular guy driving alongside a zombie army, or protecting a moonlazer or even guarding the villain themselves, you can count on him to deliver.