Baron Darin Diamonocle

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[[Shark Tooth Bubs]] appears as a villain at the end of [[Dangeresque: Puppet Squad]]. Instead of a monocle, this character wears a cowboy hat and a mustache. It is heavily implied that he may have been the true culprit who stole Dangeresque's curly fries.
[[Shark Tooth Bubs]] appears as a villain at the end of [[Dangeresque: Puppet Squad]]. Instead of a monocle, this character wears a cowboy hat and a mustache. It is heavily implied that he may have been the true culprit who stole Dangeresque's curly fries.
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Apperantely, Diamonocle successfully forced Dangersque to eat a bag of "stale, three month old, moldy, ranch flavored" potato chips. In response, Dangersque framed Diamonocle for endangered puppy trafficking and the murder of several presidents.
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Apperantely, Diamonocle successfully forced Dangeresque to eat a bag of "stale, three month old, moldy, ranch flavored" potato chips. In response, Dangeresque framed Diamonocle for endangered puppy trafficking and the murder of several presidents.
==Appearances==
==Appearances==

Revision as of 20:19, 25 November 2008

"Welcome to oblivion, Danger-skew."
"Or did you?"

Baron Darin Diamonocle appears to be the chief evildoer of Dangeresque 2: This Time, It's Not Dangeresque 1. He's played by Bubs wearing a monocle and holding The Cheat. One of his evildoings includes dropping a Heavy Lourde on Dangeresque (in reality a stunt double played by Strong Sad). He also mispronounces "Dangeresque" as "Danger-skew." In Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective, he helps Dangeresque to rescue Cutesy Buttons.

This villain is the stereotypical evil genius with a furry pet held in one arm. Ernst Stavro Blofeld from the James Bond movies is an early example of this, with characters like Dr. Evil and Doctor Claw following the same formula.

Shark Tooth Bubs appears as a villain at the end of Dangeresque: Puppet Squad. Instead of a monocle, this character wears a cowboy hat and a mustache. It is heavily implied that he may have been the true culprit who stole Dangeresque's curly fries.

Apperantely, Diamonocle successfully forced Dangeresque to eat a bag of "stale, three month old, moldy, ranch flavored" potato chips. In response, Dangeresque framed Diamonocle for endangered puppy trafficking and the murder of several presidents.

Appearances

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