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  • Mattia Garavini


    This PE baddie is from a semi-obscure Hasbro/Marvel series called Micronauts. Meet Baron Karza. Note: This is mostly about the original version of Karza and not the IDW version.


    The Micronauts originated as a line of action figures from Mego, actually a rebranding of Japan's Microman series of toys, which lasted from 1976 to 1980 (after that, it spawned New Microman and then Microchange; many of the Microchange toys became part of the initial Transformers range (specifically the ones that turned into objects, like Megatron (a gun) and Soundwave (a cassette player); many of the Minibots were also from this line). Microman was revived in Japan in 1999, then again in 2003 (the 2003 series has been aimed towards collectors rather than kids). Th…



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  • Mattia Garavini

    This time i'll tell you about an obscure (i only know about him thanks to Spoony videos) Dungeons and Dragons villain who turned out to be both loathsome and cataclysmic on a cosmic scale. Meet Garloth Pescheour.


    The Apocalypse Stone is an second edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons adventure module published by Wizards of the Coast and credited to Jason Carl and Chris Pramas as authors. It's designed to give an epic adventure for high-level characters that will end with the destruction of the game world.

    When the gods created the world, its seed was the stone known as The Stone of Corbinet. Once the world was complete, they sought a worthy champion to guard the Stone, and settled on a man named Pescheour, whose family has guarded it in their…


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  • Mattia Garavini


    After a fat bastard villain with Baron Harkonnen, it's time for a slim bastard to enter the realm of complete monstery. The main villain from the semi-obscure Gormenghast series, Steerpike.


    The Gormenghast trilogy by Mervyn Peake are three fantasy novels which take place in a Constructed World notable for eschewing the supernatural and the menagerie of beings associated with most fantasy stories. The novels revolve around a series of grotesque and quirky characters who live inside a huge castle with surrounding huts which appears to be cut off from the rest of the world.

    The books, more accurately called the Titus trilogy, concern the titular Titus Groan, the 77th Earl of Groan. He dreads the long life before him, a life of ruling a single h…



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  • Mattia Garavini

    This one is a spicy PE proposal becuase it's the big bad of the first Dune book, Baron Vladimir Harkonnen. The PE proposals must flow.



    Dune is the first book in a famous series of Science Fiction novels, written by Frank Herbert, it was rejected twenty times by various publishers before finally being published in 1965 by Chilton, a publishing house best known for its DIY auto repair guides. Dune is a Hugo Award, Nebula Award and Seiun Award winner.

    The novel is set approximately 13,000 years into The Future, in the year 10,191 AG, or After Guild in a galaxy-spanning empire loosely based on the Holy Roman and Ottoman Empires, ruled by feuding nobles, arcane religious sects, and corporate monopolies.

    Much of the action throughout the series tak…



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  • Mattia Garavini

    In the grim darkness of villains wiki, there are only PE proposals. This time let's talk about Fabius Bile, the cruel and hideous mad scientist of the hedonistic Chaos Space Marine chapter of the Emperor's Children.


    Warhammer 40,000, known informally as "Warhammer 40K," "WH40K," or just plain "40K," is a miniatures-based tabletop war game released by Games Workshop in 1987. In its beginning it drew heavily on GW's previous Warhammer Fantasy game, and was essentially "Warhammer In Space," but over time grew distinct from its counterpart. It is currently in its eighth edition, released in 2017.

    More than anything else, 40K stands out from other tabletop wargames because of its extreme darkness and edginess. People are split between taking it s…


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