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bragagain007

Member Since: Tue Dec 27, 2016
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Braugi

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Subj: Thanks for the links - much appreciated!
Posted: Sun Oct 08, 2017 at 08:13:53 pm EDT (Viewed 33 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I think 13 is a bit too large...trying to find teams who at least can get some type of alignment...
Posted: Sun Oct 01, 2017 at 06:20:56 pm EDT (Viewed 65 times)









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    The characters of the Belgariad...more information on the 'good guys' available, like Belgarath. Ctutchik was an evil sorcerer and high priest of Torak. He was very powerful. We know sorcerers could shapeshift, we know Grolims less powerful than he were able to send their shadows out to scout, and to impact peoples minds, as well as more overt acts. Polgara turned Salmissra into an immortal, giant snake, and Belgarath gave animals the ability to speak that would be passed on to their progeny.



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    Cthutchik's battle with Belgarath saw Belgarath winning, but so exhausted that Polgara thought he may have lost his powers permanently. Cthutchit barely shows up in the books, save references to him in the background. Instead, a lesser sorcerer, Chamdar (also known as Asharak) is more prominently featured, but he is killed much more easily. The other major antagonistic sorcerer (still not as powerful as Torak, who Belgarion had to face) was Zedar, formerly Belzedar, who was a traitor to Belgarath's order, but Belgarath seemed to handly him more easily than Ctchutchik.



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    http://davideddings.wikia.com/wiki/Ctuchik






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    Don't sell Khan short though...IMO he's a lot like Deathstroke...at least peak human, super intelligent, and he learned a ton of Star Trek tech in a very short time frame. Yeah, its like sticking Deathstroke on a team, but...








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