The Colonel, A Paranoid Freak
tolerance for him constantly breaking her inventions. Not that it does her any good, since Jack still kills her. Ripple Effect-Proof Memory : In "The Inventor Preventer the villain uses time travel to prevent famous inventions, but everybody still remembers the original timeline and knows something has changed. The initial reveal triggers a Relax-o-Vision interruption, and thereafter the monster appears only in "Jaws" First-Person Perspective.
Syl, Duchess of Dementia from the Shivering Isles expansion, is paranoid. In Shoot Em Ups, a common strategy amongst players is to fire Smart Bombs at even the slightest hint of danger of losing a life. Embarrassing Middle Name : "Sinister Mouse" reveals that Penfold has one, but we don't get to hear the name itself, only see DM's reaction when he hears. Until the end, it's unclear whether his paranoia is justified or if he's just a crazy old man. I think this character's following us around!" DM groans, "Oh no, not again." as his ears droop to cover his face seconds before he leaps into the air in agony. Naturally, there's an outbreak of lycanthropy at the party. However, he loses the "Properly" part when he once again thinks it's still alive, even after witnessing the Entity kill itself again. Efficient Displacement : "Trouble with Ghosts" has Baron Greenback and his henchman Stiletto making neat holes in a wooden door as they flee from DM and Penfold wearing ghost sheets.
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