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Count Downer is a Jetstone warlord.  He seems to be permanently depressed.  During the attack on Jetstone, he is charged with escorting the double of King Slately to the throne room, during which he is croaked by an arrow.
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== Canon ==
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'''First Appearance''': [[LIAB 95]]
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=Real World References=
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Count Downer was the Warlord tasked with leading the assault on the Courtyard and protecting the [[Slately]]-ditto until it could get to the throne and change the Capital.
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Count Downer's name is is a reference to the Saturday Night Live character "Debbie Downer", played by Rachel Dratch from the 2003 to 2006 seasons.  The character would make unusually depressing or grim statements in response to conversations with other characters, usually ending in a "wah-wah" sound effect and a tight close-up of Dratch's facial expression.  More than once, "Debbie Downer" sketches have resulted in the SNL cast members cracking up during the sketch, including her first appearance which was listed #99 on TV Land's "Top 100 Most Unexpected Moments in TV History"
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Despite the wishes of Slately to redeem himself in battle in a suitably dramatic fashion, Downer insists that the King stay in the back, from as much attack as possible.
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A Count Down involves counting backwards as a way of measuring time before an event occurs.
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Using [[Ace Hardware]] and the [[Cloth Golem]]s as a distraction and cover, Downer got Slately past the bulk of the battle, only to be croaked by a shot from [[Archer]].
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==Proposed Canon==
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''"They will <nowiki>[croak]</nowiki> if we do this ''right'', Your Highness. They will. Then I will. Then you will."''
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'''Strengths''': [[Leadership]], Telling It Like It Is, Pragmatism
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'''Weaknesses''': Inspiring Speeches, Cynicism, Dodging
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==Real World References==
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Count Downer's name is is a reference to the Saturday Night Live character "Debbie Downer", played by Rachel Dratch from the 2003 to 2006 seasons.  The character would make unusually depressing or grim statements in response to conversations with other characters, usually ending in a "wah-wah" sound effect and a tight close-up of Dratch's facial expression.  More than once, "Debbie Downer" sketches have resulted in the SNL cast members cracking up during the sketch, including her first appearance which was listed #99 on TV Land's "Top 100 Most Unexpected Moments in TV History".
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A Countdown involves counting backwards as a way of measuring time before an event occurs.
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Revision as of 16:25, 14 December 2012

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Count Downer
Race: Men
Tribe: Jetstone
Faction: Jetstone
Class: Warlord
Special: Leadership

Canon

First Appearance: LIAB 95

Count Downer was the Warlord tasked with leading the assault on the Courtyard and protecting the Slately-ditto until it could get to the throne and change the Capital.

Despite the wishes of Slately to redeem himself in battle in a suitably dramatic fashion, Downer insists that the King stay in the back, from as much attack as possible.

Using Ace Hardware and the Cloth Golems as a distraction and cover, Downer got Slately past the bulk of the battle, only to be croaked by a shot from Archer.

Proposed Canon

"They will [croak] if we do this right, Your Highness. They will. Then I will. Then you will."

Strengths: Leadership, Telling It Like It Is, Pragmatism

Weaknesses: Inspiring Speeches, Cynicism, Dodging

Real World References

Count Downer's name is is a reference to the Saturday Night Live character "Debbie Downer", played by Rachel Dratch from the 2003 to 2006 seasons. The character would make unusually depressing or grim statements in response to conversations with other characters, usually ending in a "wah-wah" sound effect and a tight close-up of Dratch's facial expression. More than once, "Debbie Downer" sketches have resulted in the SNL cast members cracking up during the sketch, including her first appearance which was listed #99 on TV Land's "Top 100 Most Unexpected Moments in TV History".

A Countdown involves counting backwards as a way of measuring time before an event occurs.

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