Haggar

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Haggar seems to refer to the clothing company by the same name.
Haggar seems to refer to the clothing company by the same name.
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Haggar may also refer to the comic strip (and titular character) [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C3%A4gar_the_Horrible Hagar the Horrible]].
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Haggar may also refer to the comic strip (and titular character) [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C3%A4gar_the_Horrible Hagar the Horrible].
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Haggar was the name of an enemy witch in the cartoon [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voltron Voltron]], though there are no obvious references to this so far.
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Haggar was the name of an enemy witch in the cartoon [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voltron Voltron], though there are no obvious references to this so far.
Likewise, Haggar is the name of a Capcom character who was a professional wrestler and mayor, but there is no clear reference.
Likewise, Haggar is the name of a Capcom character who was a professional wrestler and mayor, but there is no clear reference.

Revision as of 16:47, 9 November 2009

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Proposed Canon

Haggar is a Side eastward of Jetstone. Its relationship with Jetstone has traditionally been troublesome. They originally hoped to exploit Jetstone's troubles by annexing one or more of its cities. However, Chief Warlord Ossomer succeeded in intimidating Haggar to the point where they agreed to join the Royal Crown Coalition against Gobwin Knob.

Characters

Cities

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Real World References

Haggar seems to refer to the clothing company by the same name.

Haggar may also refer to the comic strip (and titular character) Hagar the Horrible.

Haggar was the name of an enemy witch in the cartoon Voltron, though there are no obvious references to this so far.

Likewise, Haggar is the name of a Capcom character who was a professional wrestler and mayor, but there is no clear reference.

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