Ensign Toast

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Since he is last in order of "freshness" {{Erf|1|027}}, it is possible that Ensign Toast was one of Stanley's earliest warlords. He is at least the oldest "surviving" [[Warlord]]. Since [[uncroaked|uncroaking]] costs only [[Juice]], it would not be reserved for solely [[Chief Warlord]]s, so Ensign Toast may not have filled that role.
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Since he is last in order of "freshness" {{Erf|1|027}}, it is possible that Ensign Toast was one of Stanley's earliest warlords, but he is at least the oldest "surviving" [[Warlord]]. Since [[uncroaked|uncroaking]] costs only [[Juice]], it would not be reserved solely for [[Chief Warlord]]s, so Ensign Toast may not have filled that role.
If he was a Chief Warlord, Stanley may have replaced him with [[Sir Leeroy Jenkins]], but there may have been others in that role between their time served.
If he was a Chief Warlord, Stanley may have replaced him with [[Sir Leeroy Jenkins]], but there may have been others in that role between their time served.
   
   

Revision as of 02:14, 29 June 2009

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Ensign Toast
Race: Men, Uncroaked
Faction: Gobwin Knob
Class: Warlord
Special: Leadership

Proposed Canon

Ensign Toast was an uncroaked warlord for Stanley the Plaid. Along with Archduke Ferdinand he was dispatched to defend the Gobwin Knob garrison from attacking forces, and was presumably destroyed in the ensuing battle.

Speculation

Since he is last in order of "freshness" Erf-b1-p027Same-site.PNG, it is possible that Ensign Toast was one of Stanley's earliest warlords, but he is at least the oldest "surviving" Warlord. Since uncroaking costs only Juice, it would not be reserved solely for Chief Warlords, so Ensign Toast may not have filled that role. If he was a Chief Warlord, Stanley may have replaced him with Sir Leeroy Jenkins, but there may have been others in that role between their time served.

Real World References

His name is a fan-created term for the "cannon fodder", sacrificial redshirt characters in the first Star Trek television series. His attire bears a strong resemblance to the red and black Starfleet uniform worn by security officers during the series.

Preceded by:
presumedly
Stanley the Plaid
Chief Warlord of Gobwin Knob Succeeded by:
Sir Leeroy Jenkins
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