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Loftybloke

Nightmare Crews Backstories

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Hi all

While I;m waiting for Rollins Black and friends to arrive in the post, I was wondering if the nightmare alternate masters have their own stories somewhere? At a guess, the Chronicles e-zine, but does anyone know which one for the Wild Ones crew specifically please?

Thanks :)

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I think the only ones that have definitive stories in chronicals are Mr. Dark and Dr. Dufresne.

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8 minutes ago, Fetid Strumpet said:

I think the only ones that have definitive stories in chronicals are Mr. Dark and Dr. Dufresne.

Don't you mean Mr Cooper?  

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Cheers, I really enjoyed the Dufresne story, especially as I was painting Barbaros at the time. Will hold out for more nightmare characters in the future then :)

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Drufesene doesn't have a chronicles story (someone said she appears in a TtB product though). The story from Chronicles 12 that feature Barbaros and Bishop uses the same art for a character called Imogene Wyatt.

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I think Dufresne is in the Defense of Innocence penny dreadful.

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3 hours ago, Bengt said:

Drufesene doesn't have a chronicles story (someone said she appears in a TtB product though). The story from Chronicles 12 that feature Barbaros and Bishop uses the same art for a character called Imogene Wyatt.

Huh. The image at the start of the story is that of the Dufresne art, which is probably where I made the association from. My bad

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