Jab’s Builds (Crystar! Cammi! Conan! Captain Universe!)

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Re: Jab’s Builds (Tiana! Dr. Facilier! Rapunzel! Flynn! Gothel!)

Post by Jabroniville » Thu Oct 18, 2018 5:14 am

Y’all are nuts. Clearly Mother Gothel is Best Girl :P.

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Re: Jab’s Builds (Tiana! Dr. Facilier! Rapunzel! Flynn! Gothel!)

Post by Jabroniville » Thu Oct 18, 2018 5:47 am

For those desperate to know, the NEW Builds of this Disney set so far have been:

My Beloved Nancy Tremaine
Powerline (I'm a bit stunned I never thought to build him last time)
Bradley Uppercrust III
Tod & Copper
The Nightmare Before Christmas cast (Jack, Sally & Oogie Boogie)
Tangled: The Series (Cassandra, Lance, Frederic, Ariana, Varian)
Tangled side characters (The Pub Thugs, The Stabbington Bros.)
Circe (Hercules)
King Triton


I was pretty thorough last time with the characters that deserved to be statted, really.

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Re: Jab’s Builds (Tiana! Dr. Facilier! Rapunzel! Flynn! Gothel!)

Post by Jabroniville » Thu Oct 18, 2018 5:52 am

And for those just DESPERATE for an update, here's my ludicrously-detailed list of builds I've posted that have yet to make their way over to Echoes. It once looked pretty sparse up top, but I decided to dig through my older ATT-era builds and figure out exactly which months I posted things, to make it look a bit more accurate. So now my JLU, JLA, JSA, Teen Titans, Mortal Kombat & even Mario builds are now updated to include the month every build was posted. I'm not insane. Shut up- I'm not.


BUILDS FROM THE PAST:
(2ND EDITION BUILDS)
10 YEARS:

7 months (March 2008): Warhammer
4 months (June 2009): Police Academy

9 YEARS:
3 months (July 2009): Clone High

8 YEARS:
8 months (Feb. 2010): The Office, Avatar
7 months (March 2010): Const. Benton Fraser

(3RD EDITION BUILDS)
7 YEARS:

6 months (April 2011): OZ, Mooks, The Porcupine

6 YEARS:
10 months (Dec. 2011): Astro City, DC Animated Universe (The Man-Bat, Robin, Jonah Hex, Superman, Lois Lane, Luminus, The Scarecrow, The Shade, Supergirl, Galatea, Firefly, STRIPE, Stargirl, Curare, Shriek, Killer Croc, Red Tornado, Copperhead, Livewire, Steel, Vigilante, Shining Knight, John Stewart, Sinestro, Batgirl, Metallo, Summer Gleeson, Simon Trent, Batman Beyond, Star Sapphire, Evil Star, Aquaman, Batman, Catwoman, The Penguin, Commissioner Gordon, Harvey Bullock, Renee Montoya)
9 months (Jan. 2012): DC Animated Universe (The Riddler, Spellbinder, Atom Smasher, Rupert Thorne, Mirror Master, Hawkgirl, Rampage, The Ventriloquist, Solomon Grundy, Warlord, Volcana, The Red Claw, Vibe, Blockbuster, Captain Atom, Green Arrow, Black Canary, The Huntress, The Question, Gypsy, Bizarro, Two-Face, The Elongated Man, Commander Steel, The Joker, Harley Quinn, The Cheetah, Baby Doll, Inque, Booster Gold, Vandal Savage, Fire, Ice, The General, Goldface, The Mad Hatter, Wonder Woman, Hawk & Dove, Vixen, Romulus, The Shadow Thief, Poison Ivy, Heat Wave, Shatterfist, Mister Freeze, Fastball, Crowbar, The Flash, Black Mass, Kyodai Ken, Gorilla Grodd, Blight, Deadshot, The Ultra-Humanite, Captain Cold, The Silver Banshee, Bane, Gorgon, Dr. Light, Martian Manhunter, Amanda Waller, The Royal Flush Gang, Captain Boomerang, Hawkman, Killer Frost, The Crimson Avenger, Captain Marvel, Hawk People, The Atom, Toyman, Wildcat, The Phantasm, The Clock King, Giganta, Future Green Lantern, Aquagirl, Micron, Warhawk, The Trickster, Lex Luthor, Mercy, The Dark Heart)
8 months (Feb. 2012): DC Animated Universe (Rick Flagg, Dr. Polaris, Lobo, Hellgrammite, HARDAC, Mongul, Angle Man, Kalibak, Orion, Big Barda, Darkseid, Mr. Miracle, Granny Goodness, Mad Harriet, Bernadeth, Lahina, Gilotina, Stompa, Zatanna, Doomsday, The Ultimen, The Creeper, Ra's al-Ghul, Talia al-Ghul, The Parasite, Static, Rocket Red, Atomic Skull, Doctor Fate, Plastique, Despero, B'wana Beast, Amazo, Weather Wizard, The Annihilator, Tala, Devil Ray, K.G. Beast, Brainiac, Brainithor), Lady Punisher, The Living Monolith
5 months (May 2012): Deathlok; Tomahawk & Tomahawk's Rangers, Jonny Double, Matt Savage- Trail Boss, Titano
4 months (June 2012): Mesmero; Tobias Whale, Killer Moth
2 months (Aug. 2012): Cosmic Builds (Cosmo, Midnight Sun, The Phoenix, Mistress Love, Sire Hate, Master Order, Lord Chaos, Michael Korvac)
1 month (Sept. 2012): Marvel Cards (Mojo), Cosmic Builds (Maxam, The Living Tribunal, The Beyonder, Death)
0 months (Oct. 2012): Rome, Modred

5 YEARS:
10 months (Dec. 2012): Mortal Kombat (Art, Baraka, Chameleon, Sektor, Cyrax, Smoke, Ermac, Frost, Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Reptile, Jax, Johnny Cage, Jade, Kitana, Mileena, Goro, Kintaro, Kabal, Kano, Sonya Blade, Kung Lao, Liu Kang, Khameleon, Kenshi, Moloch, Drahmin, Motaro, Nightwolf, Stryker, Raiden, Rain, Noob Saibot, Skarlet, Sheeva, Shujinko, Sindel, Sub-Zero Cyber, MK: Armageddon, MK 4, MK: Deadly Alliance)
9 months (Jan. 2013): Mortal Kombat (MK: Deception, Shang Tsung, Quan Chi, Taven, Daegon, Sareena, Shao Khan, Shinnok, Onaga, Blaze), Disney Builds (Brave)
8 months (Feb. 2013): Hook Builds (The Pan, Rufio, Tinker Bell, Captain Hook)
7 months (March 2013): WWF WrestleMania, The Head, Little Shop of Horrors
6 months (April 2013): Mario Builds (Mario, Luigi, Power-Ups, Goombas, Paragoombas, Koopa Troopas, Koopa Paratroopas, Dry Bones, Mecha-Koopa, Obstacles, Buzzy Beetle, Buster Beetle, Bony Beetle, Para-Beetle, Bullet Bill, Banzai Bill, Torpedo Ted, Monty Mole, Mega Mole, Rocky Wrench, Arcade Foes, Piranha Plants, Ptooie, Nipper Plant, Volcano Lotus, Thwomp, Thwimp, Dino-Rhino, Lakitu, Spiny, Bob-Omb, Blargg, Cheep-Cheep, Porcu-Puffer, Rip Van Fish, Urchin, Boss Bass, Blooper, Swooper, Toad, Spike, Boom-Boom, Chain Chomp, Fire Chomp, Angry Sun, Magi-Koopa, Princess Peach, Ninji, Shy Guy, Boos, Eerie, Big Boo, Hot Foot, Podoboo, Hammer Bros., Sledge Bros., Sumo Bros.)
5 months (May 2013): Mario Builds (Chargin' Chucks, Rex, Wario, Birdo, Mouser, Reznor, Wiggler, Pokey, The Koopa Kids, Yoshis, Donkey Kong, King Wart, Bowser), He-Man & She-Ra (He-Man, Battle Cat, She-Ra, Swift Wind, Kowl, Bow, Buzz-Off, Snout Spout, Queen Angella, Glimmer, Fisto, Madame Razz, Man-At-Arms, Ram-Man, Teela, Mekaneck, Orko, Perfuma, Peekablue, The Sorceress, Strators, Generic He-Man Template, Generic She-Ra Template, Generic Villain Template, Beast Man, General Flogg, Catra, Grizzlor, Horde Troopers, Admiral Scurvy, Scorpia, Webstor, Trap Jaw, Two-Bad, Tri-Klops, Mer-Man, Skeletor, Sh'Gora, Whiplash, Clawful), Visionaries (Leoric, Arzon, Witterquick, Cryotek, Ectar, Galadria, Feryl, Cindarr, Cravex, Darkstorm, Mortdredd, Lexor, Reekon, Virulina)
4 months (June 2013): Preacher, Hitman, He-Man & She-Ra (Evil-Lyn, Shadow Weaver, The Sea Hawk, Castaspella, Frosta, Gwildor, Movie Characters, Moss Man, Hordak, Faker, Mermista, Tung Lashor, Rattlor, King Hiss, Roboto, Sy-Klone, Imp, Flutterina, Granamyr)
1 month (Sept. 2013): Lucifer, Mr. Jip
0 months (Oct. 2013): The Teen Titans (Aquagirl III, Tempest, Argent, Azrael, Baby Wildebeest, Bumblebee, Changeling, Cyborg, Damage, Danny Chase, Hawk & Dove, Bette Kane, Fringe, Golden Eagle, Herald, Joker's Daughter, Kole, Pantha, Protector, Prysm, Red Star, Risk, Rose Wilson, Supergirl II, Thunder & Lightning), The Hangmen, Impulse

4 YEARS:
11 montha (Nov. 2013): Moses Magnum, Teen Titans (Bushido, Donna Troy, Gnarrk, Jericho, Jesse Quick, Joto, Lilith Clay, Minion, Mirage, The Team Titans, Terry Long), Titans Foes (Magenta, Neutron, Blackfire, Shockwave, Terra, Red Panzer, Epsilon & Theta, Deathstroke), Chris King
10 months (Dec. 2013): Killer Instinct, Eternal Champions, World Heroes, The Princess Bride, Weapons, The Mighty Crusaders
8 months (Feb. 2014): The Simpsons, The List (Madelyne Pryor, Doctor Bong, Flag-Smasher I-II)
7 months (March 2014): The Exiles (Blink, Sasquatch, Mimic, Morph, Sunfire, Namora, Thunderbird, Nocturne, King Hyperion)
6 months (April 2014): Early "List" (Moonraker, The Power-Broker, Conan the Barbarian), Angie Thriller & The Seven Seconds
ATOMIC THINK TANK ENDS; RONIN ARMY BEGINS
5 months (May 2014): The X-Men (Cyclops, Darwin, Dazzler, Forge, Lifeguard, Longshot, Maggott, Petra, Sway, Polaris, Professor X), The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants (Pyro, Phantazma, Super-Sabre, Crimson Commando, Stonewall, Destiny, Lady Mastermind, Mastermind II, Mystique, Unus), Sauron
4 months (June 2014): Deadpool, Fatale, Art of Fighting, X-Builds (Xorn, Mimic, Post, Spiral)
3 months (July 2014): Random Names (Poison, Bushman, Yetrigar, Lyja Lazerfist, Quasimodo, The Puppet Master, Ultimo, Thane Ector, Stygorr, The Sorcerer)
2 months (Aug. 2014): Beavis & Butt-Head, Daria, Fatal Fury, Cheers, Frasier, Captain America Builds (Captain America, The Falcon, Bucky, Baron Zemo, The Eel I-II, The Hate-Monger I-III, The Grand Director/Cap IV, Impala, Yelena Belova, Major America, Protocide, The Power Tools, The Red Skull, Right & Left-Wingers, Mother Night, The Sisters of Sin, Superia)
1 month (Sept. 2014): The Serpent Society, Daredevil Builds (Bushwacker, Bullseye, Bullet, The Crusher I-II, Death-Stalker, The Hand, Shock, Stilt-Man I-III, The Masked Marauder, Man-Bull, Mind-Wave, Lady Bullseye, The Owl, Bullseye, Mr. Fear I-IV, Nuke, Typhoid Mary, Turk Barrett), The Avengers (Ant-Man I-III, Avengers Support Crew, Black Knight, Black Widow, Blue Marvel, Captain Marvel I-II, Captain Universe, Century, Crystal, D-Man, Deathcry, Doctor Druid, Ex Nihilo, Hawkeye, Human Torch I, Jack of Hearts, Jewel, Jocasta, Living Lightning, Machine Man, Mantis, Manifold, Mockingbird, Carol Danvers, Namor, Power Man III, Protector, Quasar, Quicksilver, Rage, The Scarlet Witch, The Sentry, Silverclaw, Smasher, Songbird, Star Brand, Stingray, Swordsman, Tigra, Triathlon, The Vision, The Wasp, Wonder Man, Yellowjacket II), Evilhawk, Lodestone, The Purple Man, Portal, Vapora, Thanos
0 months (Oct. 2014): The Young Avengers (Kate Bishop, Asgardian, Hulkling, Patriot), Her, Proctor & The Gatherers, The Thunderbolts (Atlas, Songbird, Baron Zemo, Jolt, Charcoal)

3 YEARS:
11 months (Nov. 2014): Namor Builds (Namor, Llyra, Fathom Five, Warlord Krang), Cosmic Beings (Eon, Epoch), Bullet Biker, Crossfire, Force, Imus Champion, Maelstrom & Minions, Ultron, Trickshot, Trick Shot, Tiger Shark, Sunstroke, Supercharger,
10 months (Dec. 2014): Nova Foes (The Sphinx I-II, Diamondhead, Condor), The Hornet I, Dr. Strange Foes (The Mindless Ones, Morgan Le Fay, Kaluu, The Fear Lords, The Dark Man, Xandu, Master Pandemonium, The Silver Dagger, Umar, Dormammu, The Dragon of the Moon, D'Spayre, Nightmare), Pym Foes (The Living Eraser, Madame X, Egghead), The Crimson Cowl, Dr. Nemesis II, Deathunt 9000, Deathbird, Excaliber, Ecstacy, Icemaster, Blizzard I-II, Flying Tiger, The Grim Reaper, Malice I, Moonstone, Powderkeg, The Voice, El Toro, Techno, The Scarlet Beetle, Splice,
9 months (Jan. 2015): Cybermancer, Charcoal, Cyclone I-II, Cassandra Nova, Immortus, The Ogre, Man-Killer, Kang, Quicksand, Justice League of America (Agent Liberty, Aquaman II, The Atom II, Bloodwynd, Blue Beetle II, Booster Gold, Crimson Fox, Fire & Ice, Geo-Force, Gypsy, Hawkman II-III, Icemaiden, Maxima, Steel I-II, Superman II, Rocket Red #4, Tasmanian Devil, Thunderbolt, Vibe, Zauriel), All-Star Squadron (Manhunter I-II, Aquaman I, The Whip, Commander Steel, Mr. America I, The Tarantula), Justice Society of America (The Atom I, Atom-Smasher, Citizen Steel, Damage, Hawkman I, Mr. America III, Power Girl, The Sandman I, Sand, Wildcat I-III, Superman I, Starman I & VII), The Blue Beetle I & III, Manhunter III & VI, Starman VI, Supergirl II, The Atom IV
8 months (Feb. 2015): Dakota North, Justice League of America (Arsenal, Amazing Man II, Ambush Bug, Big Barda, Orion, Mister Miracle, Black Canary II, Dr. Fate III-IV, Dr. Light II, The Elongated Man, Firestorm I-II, Firehawk, The Flash II-III, Green Arrow III, Hawkwoman, Lightray, Red Tornado II, The Wonder Twins, Wonder Woman II), Justice Society of America (Black Canary I, Amazing-Man III, Cyclone, The Flash I, Hawkgirl I & III, Hourman I, Hippolyta, Johnny & Jakeem Thunder, The Star-Spangled Kid & Stripsey, Stargirl, Wonder Woman I, Red Tornado I, Jesse Quick), All-Star Squadron (Firebrand I, The Guardian, Johnny Quick, Amazing Man I, Captain Triumph, Quicksilver, Merry, Robotman I), Jonni Thunder, Firebrand III, Nemesis, Speed Saunders
7 months (March 2015): Justice League of America (Starfire, Animal Man, Antaeus, Aztek, Black Lightning, Blue Devil, Blue Jay, Captain Atom, Coldcast, Congorilla, Etrigan, Faith, General Glory, Maya, Manitou Raven, Dawn, Moon Maiden, Metamorpho, Menagerie, Tomorrow Woman, Silver Sorceress, Sister Superior), The Justice Society of America, All-Star Squadron (Air-Wave I, The Blackhawks, Dr. Occult, Merlin the Magician, Sargon the Sorcerer, Tor the Magic Master, Zatara, Judomaster & Tiger), Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate I & V-VI, Dr. Mid-Nite I-II, Hourman II-III, The Huntress I, Judomaster III, Batman I, Green Lantern I, King Chimera, Magog, Lightning, Mr. Terrific I-II, Robin I), Batman Family (Batman, Robin II-III, Batgirl I-III, Batwoman, Misfit), Doiby Dickles, Fate
6 months (April 2015): The Book of Mormon, Animal Builds, Justice League of America (Bulleteer, The Martian Manhunter, Mystek, The Phantom Stranger, Triumph, Super-Chief, Zatanna), Tommy Tomorrow, Ultra the Multi-Alien, The Night-Slayer, Nocturna, The Creeper, The Question, Richard Dragon, The Olympian, Anna Fortune, The Spectre
5 months (May 2015): Sherlock
4 months (June 2015): COPS, Jem & The Holograms, Monster High, WWF Immortals
3 months (July 2015): The Punisher
2 months (Aug. 2015): Downton Abbey, Avatar, Pushing Daisies, The Powerpuff Girls, Star Wars, Alien Races (The Phalanx, Skrulls, Shi'ar, Kree, The Brood, Acanti, The Badoon, Rigellians), The Guardians of the Galaxy (Star-Lord, Drax, Gamora, Bug, Groot, Rocket Raccoon, Major Victory, Charlie-27, Nikki, Martinex, Starhawk, Aleta, Yondu), Cosmic Builds (Adam Warlock, The Goddess, Mayhem, Pip the Troll, The Magus, Nebula)
0 months (Oct. 2015): Ever After High, G.I. Joe, The Externals (Gideon, Saul, Crule, Absalom), The Nasty Boys, Salem's Seven, The New Warriors (Night Thrasher I-II, Namorita, Nova I, Bolt, Chord, Debrii, Helix, Hindsight Lad, Microbe, Silhouette, Speedball, Slapstick, Turbo I-II), The Alliance of Evil (Tower, Frenzy, Stinger)

2 YEARS:
11 months (Nov. 2015): The New Warriors (Timeslip, Aegis, Ultra-Girl, Hummingbird, Haechi, Water Snake, Sun Girl II, Nova III), The Folding Circle, Psionex, The Clandestine, Bluebird, Dominic Fortune, Corona, Man-Eater, Nova (Sam), Troll II, The Black Lama, Strikeforce Morturi, U.S. Archer, Captain Hero, The Brute I, The Highwayman, The Fury, Mr. Zodiac, Mahkizmo, The Mad Pharaoh, Mad Jim Jaspers, Proteus, Ravonna, Victorius, Tyrak, Tai
10 months (Dec. 2015): Dragon Ball Z, Sinbad, The Defenders (Aeroika, Ardina, Cloud, Gargoyle, Moondragon, Nighthawk, Annabelle Riggs & Ren Kimura, Captain Ultra, Cadaver, Elsa Bloodstone, Tagak the Leopard Lord, Seraph), The Craptacular B-Sides, Ka-Zar & Shanna the She-Devil, Elf With A Gun, Harridan, Karl Malus, Manslaughter, Yandroth, The Presence, The Plunderer, Solarr, Kubik, Kosmos, The Shaper of Worlds, Savage Land Races
9 months (Jan. 2016): The Hellfire Club (Sebastian Shaw, Selene, Donald Pierce, Harry Leland), The Runaways, The Young Masters, The Young Allies, The Bastards of Evil, The Upstarts (Fitzroy, Shinobi, Gamesmaster, Siena Blaze), The Zodiac Cartel, Marvel "Gear", Z (Zxaxz, Zodiak), Y (Yith)
8 months (Feb. 2016): King of the Hill, The Winter Guard, Random Names (Fight-Man, Omega the Unknown, Quoi, The Nth Man, The Black Dragon, Coldblood, The Exiles (Nazis), Madcap, Priapus, The Trash, The Termite, Poltergeist & Link), Iron Man Builds (The Raiders, Firepower, Whiplash, Wong-Chu, Temujin, Radioactive Man, The Unicorn, The Tinkerer, Skinhead, The Scarecrow)
7 months (March 2016): The Fantastic Four (Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, The Thing, Human Torch, Doctor Doom, Sharon Ventura), O (Origin, Oblivion), The Lost Generation, The Night Shift, Iron Man Builds (Guardsman, Guardsmen, The Controller, The Blood Brothers), The Agents of Atlas (3-D Man, Jimmy Woo, Namora, Gorilla-Man, Human Robot, Marvel Boy, Venus), E (Ego, Eternity, The Eliminator, Empathoid, Elysius, Elias Bogen, Equinox, The Elements of Doom, 8-Ball, The Enforcer, Ethan Edwards, Erik the Red), Iron Man Foes (Count Nefaria, Fin Fang Foom, Firebrand I-III, Firefox, Justin Hammer, Killer Shrike, Kala, Madame Masque, The Living Laser, The Melter, Midas, MAULER, Sasha Hammer, Stratosfire, Stellaris, Spymaster I-III, Sunset Bain), The Deathweb, Isbisa, Super-Skrull, Sunturion, Space Phantoms, Ravenous & The Seekers, Virago, Underworld
6 months (April 2016): Avengers- Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Transformers, The Fantastic Four, The Inhumans, The Heralds of Galactus (Silver Surfer, Terrax, Nova, Morg, Tyrant, Firelord, Air-Walker, Stardust, The Fallen One, Galactus, Tyrant, Xorr the God-Jewel, The Watcher), O (Ord, Occulus), Agatha Harkness, Skull the Slayer, Ulysses Bloodstone, Starlord, Solarman, Devos, Hyperstorm, The Mad Thinker, The Manipulator, Kristoff Von Doom, Punisher Robots, The Psycho-Man, Paibok, The Wizard, The Red Ghost & The Super-Apes, Volcana, U-Man, The Trapster
5 months (May 2016): The Elders of the Universe
4 months (June 2016): Dallas Riordan, V (Vibro, Vegas, Vargas, The Vamp, The Vishanti)
3 months (July 2016): Captain Planet, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, I (Infinity, The In-Betweener, Ion, Iron Maiden, Iron Mask, Infectia), Archie Comics, Video Games (A Boy & His Blob, Alex Kidd, Altered Beast, Blaster Master, Double Dragon, Defenders of Dynatron City, Dig Dug, Golden Axe, Ice Climber, Kirby, Little Nemo, Pac-Man, Paperboy, Pitfall, Q*bert)
2 months (Aug. 2016): Video Games (ActRaiser, Aero the Acro-Bat, Arch Rivals, Bionic Commando, Black Tiger, Black Manta, Blackthorne, Beavis & Butt-head, Beyond Oasis, Bubble Bobble, Bubsy, Bug!, Bomberman, Bonk, Boogerman, Bad Dudes, Battletoads, Chuck Rock, Cool Spot, Contra, Dragon's Lair, Duke Nukem, Dynamite Headdy, Demon's Crest, Duck Tales, Earthworm Jim, FPS Guys, Full Throttle, Gauntlet, Gex, Ghosts & Goblins, Grim Fandango, Joust, Kid Chameleon, Kid Icarus, Kolibri, The Legend of Zelda, Leisure Suit Larry, The Lost Vikings, Marko, Mickey Mouse, Moonwalker, Monster in My Pocket, M.C. Kids, NBA Jam, Ninja Gaiden, The Noid, NiGHTS, Prince of Persia, Punch-Out, Rampage, Rayman, Road Rash, Rocky Rodent, Rootin' Tootin', Rygar, Sunset Riders, The Strike Series, Strider, Sparkster, Splatterhouse, Smash TV, Snatcher, Shinobi, Sonic the Hedgehog, Space Ace, Shoot 'Em Ups, Star Tropics, Streets of Rage, Toejam & Earl, Zero the Kamikaze Squirrel, Zombies At My Neighbors)
1 month (Sept. 2016): Video Games (Aliens vs. Predator, Alpha Centauri, Baldur's Gate, Bayou Billy, Bravoman, Bayonetta, Broken Sword, Combatribes, Comix Zone, Command & Conquer, Crash Bandicoot, Commander Keen, Captain N, Captain Commando, Castlevania, D, Dinosaurs For Hire, Devil May Cry, Dungeons & Dragons, Earthbound, Ecco, Farenheit, Flashback, GoldenEye, God of War, Growl, Guardian Heroes, Gunstar Heroes, Illusion of Gaia, Jumping Flash, King of Monsters, Legacy of Kain, Maniac Mansion, Mystical Ninja, Night Trap, Operation Wolf, Psychonauts, Prisoners of War, Pocky & Rocky, Panzer Dragoon, Pulseman, Radical Rex, Rastan, Resident Evil, Ristar, River City Ransom, Superman, Twisted Metal, Spy Hunter, Spyro the Dragon, Sam & Max, The Simpsons, Tomb Raider, Turok, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger, Vectorman, Warhawk, Wild Guns, Wonder Momo),
0 months (Oct. 2016): Video Games (BloodRayne, Sly Spy, Soul Blazer), Dungeons & Dragons, The New Universe, The Femme Fatales, K (Ka-Zar I, Karthon, Killraven, Khan, Krakoa, Kulan Gath, Korvac, Klaatu, Kruel, Karisma)

1 YEAR:
11 months (Nov. 2016): Sepulchre

Sepulchre being the only Marvel character for so long just bugs me, LOL. I really have to remember to re-post her soon.

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Queen Arianna

Post by Jabroniville » Thu Oct 18, 2018 7:28 am

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It's a pity mothers almost always die in Disney Movies, because HOLY CRAP do they make some beautiful ones.

QUEEN ARIANNA
Played by:
Julie Bowen
Role: Stick In The Mud, MILF
PL 1 (30)
STRENGTH
-1 STAMINA 0 AGILITY 0
FIGHTING 0 DEXTERITY 0
INTELLIGENCE 2 AWARENESS 4 PRESENCE 3

Skills:
Athletics 4 (+3)
Expertise (Royalty) 4 (+6)
Insight 2 (+6)
Persuasion 4 (+7)

Advantages:
Benefit 2 (Queen of Corona)

Offense:
Unarmed +0 (-1 Damage, DC 14)
Initiative +0

Defenses:
Dodge +2 (DC 12), Parry +1 (DC 11), Toughness +0, Fortitude +1, Will +5

Complications:
Responsibility (The Queen of Corona)
Relationship (King Frederic)
Rivalry (Wilhelmina)- “Willow” was a wild and adventurous sister to Arianna, frequently daring her sister (“DARE-ianna”) to take crazy risks. This needles Arianna tremendously, causing the occasional blow-out- she sees Willow as irresponsible, flighty and undependable.
Relationship (Rapunzel)- Arianna missed out on eighteen years of her little girl’s life, and appreciates every moment, while understanding that her daughter needs to be free.

Total: Abilities: 16 / Skills: 14--7 / Advantages: 2 / Powers: 0 / Defenses: 5 (30)

-Like Frederic, Arianna was a non-speaking character in Tangled, and so needed to develop a personality. In the series, she became a mature, adoring parent, dutiful to her people and respectful to her husband. She is less intense and moody than her husband, though is a trifle more ordinary- it’s a big plot point that her sister is the irresponsible one. Arianna is thus MUCH more boring and mature by contrast- this also sees her playing a minor role over much of the series, with only a single episode of focus (where her big day with Rapunzel is ruined by the intrusion of her sister). Also, she’s WAY HOT, YO- looking almost exactly like Rapunzel, but with greater height and darker hair.

-The character isn't very popular in fan-art, really. It's a bit funny to look through the first 20 or so pics on DeviantArt in terms of popularity and find one of MINE in it, lol. Not a good sign of a character's popularity! I don't even COLOR stuff!

About the Performer: Julie Bowen’s appeared in a lot of stuff I haven’t seen, but at least have heard of. She was in Happy Gilmore, apparently, and has received six Emmy nominations in a row for Modern Family, winning twice.

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Re: Jab’s Builds (Rapunzel! Flynn! Mother Gothel! Cassandra!)

Post by Ares » Thu Oct 18, 2018 7:46 am

Regarding Tangled, I've only seen it once or twice with my nieces, and while it was cute, it didn't wow me the way other Disney films have. It's not bad, but it seems kind of . . . well . . . Dreamworks-y. Still, Rapunzel herself is adorable and sweet, and makes an interesting contrast to Tiana. Tiana's biggest flaw basically is that she works too hard, and is otherwise overshadowed by everyone else in the film because they're more nuanced and interesting (something Jab similarly complained about regarding Hercules). Rapunzel meanwhile is very sweet, but also naive, goofy, extremely self-conscious, desperately afraid of her "mother", and feels very much like a teenager doing her first really bad thing. But she's also just endearingly enthusiastic and happy that you can't help but love her.

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Re: Jab’s Builds (Tiana! Dr. Facilier! Rapunzel! Flynn! Gothel!)

Post by M4C8 » Thu Oct 18, 2018 3:28 pm

Jabroniville wrote:
Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:50 pm
Over the years, people have “showcased” the music from various cartoons to me- the results have rarely impressed that much. But that’s probably because I have high standards. Ones which ALAN MENKEN can meet: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BRbx6GTK71Y
Phineas and Ferb had some great songs, Family Guy occasionally has some as well (such as the episode where Peter and Quagmire form a folk duo :) )

I think you mentioned the animated show 'Drawn Together' in a previous post, I don't remember much of it (I only saw one or two episodes back when it first aired) but there's one thing I do remember, the characters are being punished by having their food allowance lowered so they're all hungry, one of the characters tricks the 'Disney Princess' into singing so all these little woodland critters appear and then you see they've all been cooked and eaten, the Princess being complete oblivious to the situation.

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King Frederic

Post by Jabroniville » Thu Oct 18, 2018 8:28 pm

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KING FREDERIC
Played by:
Clancy Brown
Role: Stoic King
PL 3 (48)
STRENGTH
2 STAMINA 2 AGILITY 0
FIGHTING 2 DEXTERITY 0
INTELLIGENCE 3 AWARENESS 3 PRESENCE 4

Skills:
Athletics 2 (+4)
Expertise (Royalty) 5 (+8)
Insight 2 (+5)
Persuasion 3 (+7)

Advantages:
Benefit 4 (King of Corona)

Offense:
Unarmed +2 (+2 Damage, DC 17)
Initiative +0

Defenses:
Dodge +4 (DC 14), Parry +3 (DC 13), Toughness +2, Fortitude +3, Will +5

Complications:
Responsibility (The King of Corona)- Frederic is responsible for the entire Kingdom, and all of his decisions weigh heavily upon him.
Secret (Responsible For The Black Rocks)- Frederic’s using of the Sun Drop Flower in order to save his wife is what caused the Black Rocks to grow. Now that they threaten his kingdom, he wants to keep this hidden from many.
Relationship (Queen Arianna)- Frederic’s love of his wife is so great that he disregarded the advice of an important advisor in saving her life using the Sun Drop Flower.
Relationship (Rapunzel)- Frederic missed out on eighteen years of his little girl’s life- this has made him very protective and eager to always be with her.
Relationship (Eugene)- Frederic is eternally grateful to Eugene for bringing Rapunzel back to the family.

Total: Abilities: 30 / Skills: 12--6 / Advantages: 4 / Powers: 0 / Defenses: 8 (48)

-The King was a non-speaking character in Tangled, and was pretty much known only for his morose sadness, so they actually had to invent a character for him. I think they did a pretty solid job- a fairly stoic man, he is more calm than the “Angry Father” archetype you see a lot of, and the stresses of rule are treated more seriously than comedically- Frederic is frequently seen exhausted or disappointed in himself- heavy is the head that wears the crown. His decisions aren’t always correct, either, but usually come from a good place- his destruction of the “Sun Drop Flower” to save his wife’s life set off the conflict of the first season, and his decision to keep Rapunzel stuck in Corona (a new kind of “prison” for her) really bothers him. In the end, he comes off a little bit like a more positive version of MOTHER GOTHEL, keeping his daughter “captive”, but for less selfish reasons.

-In a neat character bit, he never goes for the “Mr. Lodge & Archie” relationship with Eugene, like I feared. While Eugene is a screw-up and a butt-monkey, the King is never anything but cordial with him. As he stated early on- “You brought my little girl home to me”- he is eternally grateful. Frederic is so stoic that even when he later recruits Eugene in an attempt at pranking a rival king, he never even comes off like a giddy little kid or anything.

About the Performer: Clancy Brown is best known to nerds for playing Lex Luthor in the DC Animated Universe- a big role that really proved his range- his deep, booming voice means he usually ends up playing Dumb Thugs (like Wolf on Gargoyles), but Luthor was a cool, confident genius. Here, he plays a calm, thoughtful, paternal figure with a real sense of dignity. Brown has also had a lot of live-action roles, but mostly in bit parts for the past 30 years- he was in The Shawshank Redemption and Highlander, but hasn’t done much on that front since. He’s currently General Eiling on CW’s The Flash, and Mr. Krabs on Spongebob Squarepants, which is really the only role where he alters his voice in the slightest- he nearly always uses the same tone and inflections when speaking, which is quite humorous when you realize how disparate most of his biggest recurring roles are (Luthor, Long Feng, Wolf & Mr. Krabs are all VERY different characters).
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Varian

Post by Jabroniville » Thu Oct 18, 2018 10:42 pm

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THE ALCHEMIST (Varian)
Played by:
Jeremy Jordan
Role: Kid Sidekick-Turned-Master Villain
PL 9 (77)
STRENGTH
-1 STAMINA 1 AGILITY 2
FIGHTING 0 DEXTERITY 4
INTELLIGENCE 5 AWARENESS 0 PRESENCE 0

Skills:
Athletics 6 (+5)
Expertise (Science) 7 (+12)
Intimidation 4 (+4)
Perception 3 (+3)
Technology 4 (+9)

Advantages:
Inventor, Ranged Attack 4

Powers:
"Alchemical Potions" (Flaws: Easily Removable) [26]
"Acids" Blast 6 (Extras: Secondary Effect) Linked to Weaken Toughness 8 (Extras: Ranged, Affects Objects) (Diminished Range -1) (41) -- (42 points)
  • AE: "Sticky Potions" Snare 9 (Extras: Contagious) (Diminished Range -1) (35)
Offense:
Unarmed +0 (-1 Damage, DC 14)
Sticky Potions +8 (+9 Ranged Affliction, DC 19)
Acids +8 (+6 Ranged Damage & +8 Ranged Weaken, DC 21 & 18)
Initiative +2

Defenses:
Dodge +6 (DC 16), Parry +2 (DC 12), Toughness +1, Fortitude +2, Will +5

Complications:
Relationship (Quinn- Father)- Varian's father is a wise, practical man who hates Varian's reckless experimenting.
Motivation ("I Will Make You Proud")- Varian is desperate to make his stern, lecturing father proud of him.
Enemy (Rapunzel & The Gang)- Though he's initially a good friend to the gang (even crushing on Cassandra), he later feels betrayed and abandoned when he seeks out their aide. He returns with a vengeance, doing whatever he can (kidnapping, extortion, attempted murder) in order to break the Black Rocks.

Total: Abilities: 22 / Skills: 24--12 / Advantages: 5 / Powers: 26 / Defenses: 12 (77)

-The Alchemist seemed like a pretty innocuous version of the whole "Building the Supporting Cast" thing you have to do when adapting a movie into a TV series- as Tangled had only "witches and magic hair" in terms of supernatural stuff, there was also a need to show a bit more of that aspect. And so we had The Alchemist- actually a young boy whose experiements often went a bit out of control. Smart and eager to please, to the point where his stuff got a bit destructive, he was a solid supporting cast member. He even had a crush on grumpy Cassandra, calling her "milady" and fawning over her. It was... cute.

-This is what made it sting when he slowly TURNED EVIL. See, his lecturing father had warned him against messing with the Black Rocks using his alchemy, and he ended up setting off a chain reaction that froze his father in stone. Desperate and afraid, he begged for help from Rapunzel... who had to turn him away, as her kingdom was in disarray and she couldn't abandon them in their time of need. Varian, in a chilling moment, simply said that "They... will... PAY". And so he kidnaps various people, turns his beloved pet into a monster using his alchemy, and nearly destroys all of Corona, all in a misguided attempt at making his father proud of him, and proving that his inventions AREN'T going to just get everyone killed.

-Varian's stats are unimpressive physically (he is TINY, even for a fourteen year old), but his potions are quite potent. His inventions grow in power, too- going from barely-working machines into GIANT MECHS (which, honestly, don't really fit the Tangled motif and seem rather out of place in the show). So he's PL 9, but weak defensively, requiring a lot of Mooks and back-up in order to use his inventions properly.

About the Performer: Jeremy Jordan KILLS IT as Varian- he's initially pretty forgettable as the "Likeable Nerd" kid, but when he turns EVIL, you actually sort of buy his obsessive desire for redemption. He's actually in his early thirties, and this role is basically one of Disney's trademark "Thank You"s for a past performance, as he was the male lead in the successful musical version of Newsies. Similar roles went to Lance, and in the '90s, we saw Susan Egan get the Megara role after playing Belle on Broadway.
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Wreck-It Ralph

Post by Jabroniville » Fri Oct 19, 2018 12:56 am

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WRECK-IT RALPH (2012):
Written by:
Rich Moore, Phil Johnston, Jim Reardon & Jennifer Lee

Only 6-8 months after I first did my Disney set, out came this one- Basically "Toy Story but with video games", this movie is one of the modern Yearly Animated Classics from Disney, and features tons of pop culture references and a hint of nostalgia for an older era- the characters are all sprites from the video games in one particular arcade (evidently they only hang out with the characters from that one arcade's games- there's only one of each guy, and when a game gets unplugged, the characters are treated like they're dead.

The hero of the picture is Wreck-It Ralph, the villain of Fix-It Felix, Jr. an '80s-style old school arcade game, and he's tired of being the villain- the people in the game world don't care for him and treat him like he's actually evil (though Felix is polite to him), he speaks out about his treatment in a Vill-Anon meeting (containing many of the game's pop culture gags- M. Bison, King Koopa, a Pac-Man Ghost, Robotnik & even the not-really-evil Zangief are all there), and longs for "Something More" like he's a Disney Princess or something. Getting caught up in another video game (a Halo-ish First Person Shooter), then transferred to a kiddie-style Kart-Racer, he gets the game worlds merging (a major no-no), and suddenly everyone's life is in danger when the Halo-Robo-Aliens invade the Kart World and threaten to overrun it.

Along the way, he interacts with Sgt. Calhoun (a hard-nosed female marine voiced by Jane Lynch from Glee) Felix (Jack McBrayer from "30 Rock" playing basically himself), Vanellope Von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman in an "Annoying Kid" role who's also a bit of a Mentor Figure in how she explains her Kart World's rules to Ralph), and more. The film is quite good, but I found it rather predictable- except for the "oh, DUH" reveal of the villain, I was ten minutes ahead of the whole thing- "oh gee, I wonder if the sarcastic young kid is going to make good with Ralph in the end in a sweet moment and then defeat the awful clearly-evil guy" and stuff. The love story feels a bit unnatural and tacked-on as well, and I've never been a big fan of McBrayer.

John C. Reilly is legit good as Ralph, though, and the movie's sense of nostalgia is palpable and very neat- the references to real-life games work even better than the gags in Toy Story, and don't feel as cloying as a lot of "HUH-HUH we made a comment about something that you know existed once!" stuff that a lot of modern cartoons do. Some of the sad moments really do fit the plot (especially when Ralph destroys Vanellope's kart that he'd initially helped build, all thanks to the lies of King Candy).

Oddly, it'd been originally planned for YEARS, going all the way back to the late 1980s, but only got put into production for real in recent years.

Reception & Cultural Impact:
The movie was another MONSTER hit for Disney, as most CGI films are these days (if released by a major studio, anyways). It made nearly what Tangled (attached to the Disney Princess franchise) did, and was a hit overseas as well. Overall, it was then the fifth-highest-grossing Disney release of all time in terms of sheer dollars- surpassed only Tangled, The Lion King, Tarzan & Aladdin…. Until Frozen and Zootopia came out, of course.

The movie did prove big enough, however, that it ended the moratorium on Disney Canon sequels, with a new movie coming out in late 2018.

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Wreck-It Ralph

Post by Jabroniville » Fri Oct 19, 2018 2:42 am

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WRECK-IT RALPH
Played by:
John C. Reilly
Role: Unwilling Villain, Powerhouse
PL 8 (130)
STRENGTH
7 STAMINA 7 AGILITY 2
FIGHTING 8 DEXTERITY 0
INTELLIGENCE 0 AWARENESS 0 PRESENCE 0

Skills:
Athletics 6 (+13)
Deception 4 (+4)
Expertise (Video Games) 12 (+12)
Intimidation 5 (+5)
Perception 3 (+3)
Ranged Combat (Thrown Objects) 4 (+8)
Vehicles 4 (+4)

Advantages:
All-Out Attack, Improved Critical (Wreck It!), Diehard, Fast Grab, Improved Grab, Improved Hold, Ranged Attack 4

Powers:
"I'm Gonna Wreck It!" Weaken Toughness 8 (Extras: Affects Objects) (16) -- [17]
  • AE: "Hammering Fists" Strength-Damage +1 (Extras: Multiattack 8) (9)
"Extra Guy" Immortality 19 (Flaws: Limited to Within Own Game Cabinet) [19]
Leaping 1 (15 feet) [1]
"Faster Than He Looks" Speed 3 (16 mph) [3]
"Heavy" Features 1: Increased Mass 1 [1]
"Long Arms" Reach 1 [1]

Offense:
Unarmed +8 (+7 Damage, DC 22)
I'm Gonna Wreck It! +8 (+8 Weaken, DC 18)
Hammering Fists +8 (+8 Damage, DC 23)
Initiative +2

Defenses:
Dodge +7 (DC 17), Parry +8 (DC 18), Toughness +7, Fortitude +7, Will +6

Complications:
Motivation ("I Want a Medal, Too")- Ralph does not enjoy playing the villain, and wants to be a good guy. He desperately wants to win a medal of his own, the way Felix does. Alas, he does not understand what it means to be a hero, simply believing that having a medal makes it so- his selfishness nearly causes great destruction.
Responsibility (The Rules of Video Games)- You do not cross games (you can be killed permanently if you do, or cause glitches), and you play your designated role properly.
Reputation (Bad Guy)- The people of "Fix-It Felix, Jr." do not trust Ralph, and treat him like the villain he portrays.
Relationship (Vanellope von Schweetz)- The annoying young girl is nonetheless being picked on and bullied, and Ralph eventually takes a liking to her, realizing they've both been mistreated for who they are. When he discovers that she is a "glitch" and cannot leave the game, he becomes devoted to protecting her (should her glitching be discovered, the game cabinet would be disconnected and she would die).
Temper (Wrecking Things)- Ralph is prone to destroying things in fits of anger.
Accident (Clumsy)- Even when he ISN'T angry, Ralph tends to wreck things- he's a clumsy bumbler, and has even killed Felix by accident!

Total: Abilities: 48 / Skills: 38--19 / Advantages: 10 / Powers: 42 / Defenses: 11 (130)

-Ralph is the Donkey Kong-like villain of the Fix-It Felix, Jr. game, though isn't a bad sort in real life. He lives in a pile of bricks outside of town (the remnants of his home, which has been bulldozed to build an apartment building), and every time someone drops a token into the cabinet, he says "I'm Gonna Wreck It!" and destroys an apartment building- the player has to play Felix, who fixes the damage while Ralph dumps things on him.

-Ralph is actually a decent, soft-spoken guy, and a bit depressed about his role- he invades another game- Hero's Duty, to play an FPS hero and win a Medal (like the ones Felix wins in their game). An accident ends up sending him to a Kart Racing game called Sugar Rush with one of the menacing Cy-Bugs of Hero's Duty attached to him- the Cy-Bugs soon overrun that game, threatening their world and his new friend Vanellope with destruction (and all of the characters would therefore become homeless- Vanellope, as a "glitch", can't leave the game and would be killed). They go through the "Antagonists, then Friends" schtick familiar to Disney fans (though usually it leads Princesses to marriage, not platonic friendship).

-Ralph is a pretty good fighter, and can do a ton of damage to structures with his powers, and is still pretty dangerous to the Cy-Bugs. His raw strength is hard to determine given the cartoony atmosphere, but 3 tons is plenty. He's not too bright, charismatic or good at making decisions, but his quick thinking saves not only Sugar Rush and Vanellope, but the entire Arcade.

About the Performer: John C. Reilly is one of those actors who’s known for being very skilled, and could easily be a dramatic star… but he has such a goofy, ugly mug that he’s doomed to play schmucks for his entire life. He does a lot of work with Will Ferrell, and appears in many ensemble casts (where he often is the most memorable part of a film), but ultimately doesn’t get a lot of big solo projects.

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Re: Jab’s Builds (Mother Gothel! Cassandra! Varian! Wreck-It Ralph!)

Post by KorokoMystia » Fri Oct 19, 2018 2:49 am

I really did enjoy Wreck-It-Ralph, though I'm not sure how I feel about the sequel. Also, I noticed that the Cy-Bugs didn't get a writeup in the original set, thoguh I suppose they are quite variable in nature due to the whole "they become what they eat" thing. I can understand the villain not getting a bio at the time, because spoilers, though it's probably fair game now. (Also, I'd imagine the various Sugar Rush racers are mostly just Vanellope's statline without the glitch powers.)

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Re: Jab’s Builds (Tiana! Dr. Facilier! Rapunzel! Flynn! Gothel!)

Post by Arkrite » Fri Oct 19, 2018 2:51 am

Jabroniville wrote:
Thu Oct 18, 2018 5:14 am
Y’all are nuts. Clearly Mother Gothel is Best Girl :P.
All yours, my man. Allllllll yours. ;~)

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Re: King Frederic

Post by Ares » Fri Oct 19, 2018 2:54 am

Jabroniville wrote:
Thu Oct 18, 2018 8:28 pm
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KING FREDERIC
Played by:
Clancy Brown
Role: Stoic King
Wow, a father figure actually treated with a modicum of respect.and dignity.

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Re: Jab’s Builds (Mother Gothel! Cassandra! Varian! Wreck-It Ralph!)

Post by Jabroniville » Fri Oct 19, 2018 4:00 am

KorokoMystia wrote:
Fri Oct 19, 2018 2:49 am
I really did enjoy Wreck-It-Ralph, though I'm not sure how I feel about the sequel. Also, I noticed that the Cy-Bugs didn't get a writeup in the original set, thoguh I suppose they are quite variable in nature due to the whole "they become what they eat" thing. I can understand the villain not getting a bio at the time, because spoilers, though it's probably fair game now. (Also, I'd imagine the various Sugar Rush racers are mostly just Vanellope's statline without the glitch powers.)
I didn’t remember the act-Bugs AT ALL, so reading my old review was informative. Actually, I barely recall King Candy either, and all my research suggests that he was near universally praised as the best part. I have a build for our villain, at least.

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Re: Jab’s Builds (Mother Gothel! Cassandra! Varian! Wreck-It Ralph!)

Post by Ares » Fri Oct 19, 2018 4:54 am

What's especially funny about Wreck-It Ralph is how much of a lie the trailer is. It paints the picture of it being some big video game crossover, where the actual appearances of other characters is incredibly brief. As Jab has mentioned, the scenes with the other Disney properties is likewise going to be very brief in the sequel and it's mostly going to focus on the original characters of the film and the weird Mad Max scenario.

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