Vampire Survivors, 2022's break-out game—nay—genre, released its complete 1.0 edition just over a month ago, near the end of October. But if you were worried that meant developer poncle was done, put your worry back in its worry-case, close the lid, clip the clasps, and update your edition to the freshly released 1.10… Read more……
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It’s very easy to look back on the last 25 years of The Simpsons and write it off as being rubbish because, well, for the most part it has been exactly that. But sometimes, like the sun shining through for an hour between passing storms, it can still get its shit together, and the upcoming…
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Izzy Hands (Con O’Neill) is a character in HBO Max’s Our Flag Means Death. He is the loyal right hand man of Blackbeard with his two other crew members, Fang and Ivan. Bitter and tough, he doesn’t understand Ed’s infatuation with the Gentleman Pirate. When he’s not resentfully grumbling about Stede, he’s sneaking around or barking orders. He’s bested by Stede in a sword fight, which gets him kicked off the Revenge.
Frenchie is a character in the HBO Max series, Our Flag Means Death. He is a crew member aboard The Revenge, who often sings of their pirate adventures. He plays the lute to accompany his improvised sea shanties. He has also written fanfiction about Blackbeard, which he admits in his presence. Joel Fry portrays this role.
Captain Nigel Badminton (Rory Kinnear) is a character in the HBO Max series, Our Flag Means Death. He is a British Naval officer who encounters Stede Bonnet aboard his ship, The Revenge. As children, Nigel teased Stede for being a cowardly rich boy. As an adult, he continues his bullying, for he mocks Stede’s lavish lifestyle and delusion of piratehood. However, Stede accidentally assists in his death, when he knocks Nigel unconscious, causing him to fall on his sword and stab himself in the eye. From then on, he appears as a hallucination, taunting Stede in his moments of doubt. He has a twin brother named Chauncey Badminton, who searches for his mysteriously absent sibling.