Is It Safe To Gnaw Through The Straps Now? (ericcoleman) wrote,
Is It Safe To Gnaw Through The Straps Now?
ericcoleman

The not so right Rev Barton Finert

I have told some folks about a character that I played in an SF game who was a pilot, and who, well, there were a lot of people in there. This was the list

1 Scarlett O'Hara
2 Proper British Gentleman
3 Cockney Git
4 Southern Gentleman
5 Inbred Redneck
6 Southern Fire And Brimstone Preacher
7 Various Cartoon Characters
8 Winston Churchill
9 Peter Lorre
10 Groucho Marx
11 Female Receptionist (called everyone sugar)
12 Scots git
13 Gandhi (it was a bad thing if he came up during a battle)
14 Mayor Of The Munchkin City
15 Breathy Kensington Thing (a Goon Show reference)
16 New Joisey Guy
17 King Of The Nerds (somewhere between a Revenge of the Nerds character, and the skinny computer guy in War Games)
18 Dr Ruth Westheimer
19 Jim Shorts (incoherent jock)
20 Glinda the good witch of the north
21 Senator Claghorn
22 Sidney Greenstreet
23 Little Guy
24 70s morning rock DJ
25 Ralph
26 Norton
27 Hal 2000 (the first time I said "I'm sorry, I can't do that Dave, the Captain threatened to murder me on the spot)
28 ET
29 The Monster (this being Frankenstein's creation, Bride of version, so he could speak ... photon torpedoes GOOD)
30 Gremlin

I may have to sit down with these and see how many I can still do

Some notes about him
Disadvantages
Code of Honor (Pirate)
Delusions - Grand Conspiracy
Paranoia
Greed
Stubborn

Quirks
Never speaks in own voice
Totally Bugnuts
MUST make jokes about everything
Thinks he is a priest (religion to be named later)
Talks To Machines

It's neat, I have found a folder that has a lot of old friends. Ezekiel Zechariah (EZ) Turner, Stanis Storm Caller, Sir Winston Morgenstern, Professor Malcolm Willerby, The Stupendous Ted ... I really want to game again.
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