Sunday, March 31, 2013

Character: Egad Nob

Egad Nob is a bondage-obsessed villain who comes up with evil schemes to capture heroes and turn them into his bondage slaves. Once captured, Egad will demoralize the hero by keeping him hard until the only thing he can think about is an orgasm, succumbing to his own urges.


Childhood

As a child, Egad was a rich kid named "Ryan Foxmoore" with millionaire parents and grew up in a big mansion with everything he wanted. Despite his wealthy lifestyle, Ryan's parents were always so busy they never spent any time with him, and they substituted their absence with money by letting him have anything he pointed his fingers at.

As such, Ryan became a spoiled yet lonely child who was used to having everything his way with no restrictions or rules. As he grew up and became a teenager, he discovered his homosexuality and started carving affection. His first crush was on the soccer team's captain, who rejected his affection and faced him with the reality: Money could not buy him everything.

Becoming unpopular and despised for his spoiled and selfish attitude did not cause Ryan to look inwards, instead he sunk even deeper and thought himself better than the world and that the people around him were just objects to be used.


Criminal path

Through cartoons and comics, Ryan was introduced to the idea of kidnapping from reading about the devious villain that would trap the hero and restrain him. He began to develop fantasies of abduction, thinking of love as a one-way pleasure meant to be taken by force.

However, knowing that the laws of society would mark him as a criminal, Ryan began searching for a way to make his dreams come true. He found an underground market called 'The Auction', which very purpose was selling sex slaves to the highest bidder. The market was run by a criminal organization orchestrated by 'The Big Boss', a powerful man named Damian Ratsbane.

Damian saw great potential in Ryan and offered him to join his rank of villains by capturing and selling his first slave. Realizing his dream, Ryan captured the soccer captain from his school and sold off the boy as a bondage slave,  becoming an official member of Damian's "Dominant Six" and adopting the nickname 'Egad Nob' with many more captures to come.


Inferiority Complex 

Part of Egad's drive force is his need to prove himself superior to others because of his childhood issues. Despite his fortune, Egad has always been a little and scrawny figure, often pushed around by bigger guys and bullied for being physically inferior.

Egad's Way of Overcompensating
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He seeks to dominate physically strong guys because it gives him a rush to prove himself superior to them despite his smaller form. The bigger they are, the better.

Despite his obsession with muscular men, Egad isn't remotely interested in becoming any larger himself, insistent on proving mind over muscle.
 
Egad doesn't realize the extend of his issues, to him it's just how the world works. Everything is a game and he doesn't spend a second worrying about the morality of his actions. He only sees guys as objects to be used and for every hero he captures, he feel that much more strong and powerful.


Businessman by Day, Bondage Master by Night

Coming up with schemes and plans to capture heroes has its cost, like hiring henchmen, buying materials and et cetera. Egad realized being a villain was an expensive path and to keep his economy flowing, he used his education to start his own business corporation, the "Foxmoore company".

Ryan Foxmoore making a call
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As the president of a millionaire company, he's managed to gain business and economical ties through most of the whole world, making traveling around easy while giving him an alibi at almost any location.

His money also allows him to influence people, like keeping reporters quiet and stopping news from spreading. He uses this power to cover his tracks, keeping his villain identity secret from his public identity.

Egad's Bondage Dungeon
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But when he comes home, he returns to nothing less than an enormous bondage dungeon. Built in a secret location, this dungeon houses hundred of his slaves and reaching several levels below the ground.

Naturally Egad can't handle an entire dungeon of such size on his own, and as such he his most loyal slaves to 'dungeon keepers', who do nothing but serve and play with the other slaves in his absence.




"Rope Master"
Having studied human anatomy intensively as well as several arts of rope work, Egad can restrain any character no matter how strong they are.

His technique uses the target's strength against himself, making him pull in his own body when struggling instead of the ropes bindings his limbs. Requires the target to be still for the time it takes to apply the ropes.

"Wealth"
Coming from a rich family and being given the best opportunities, Egad has created his own fortune through his business company.

His wealth allows him to orchestrate any plot or scheme, as well as to pay for any objects or materials needed. He can also hire henchmen and pay people off to keep quiet. "Money is power."





The Demon Dungeon »
When Egad finds a hot demonic guy sleeping in the edge of the city, he attempts to capture him and fails. But when the hero arrives on the scene to save him, Egad may have yet another opportunity.

The Tournament »
Having spent months preparing and planning, Egad is ready to reveal his next plot: A fighting tournament. Heroes from all over the world are pitches against each other, only something is bound to go wrong.

Sylas Spellbinder »
When Egad takes a casual stroll through the city to find his next victim, he encounters a familiar face and decides to go for the capture. Only the fox will soon learn he's not the only villain in the street.

Galen and Egad »
Rumors have it that Egad is chasing after a fugitive and Galen Dhaelos wants to protect the traveler from Egad's hands, but can Galen figure Egad's scheme out before he himself lands in the dungeon?




Click on any of the artwork to enlarge the picture.






Ask Egad Nob any question in the comments and he will answer it here!

Question: "What did they do to the fighters clothes after the tournament or the Dominant six finish capturing their victims. I'm really curious.

a) kept it as trophy
b) Give a sniff on it of their scent
c) free clothes for henchmen
d) donates it to charity for extra money
e) ooohhh rare equipment. Keep it.
f) Don't worry these clothes are making us comfy and warm. *they're throwing the clothes in the furnace to heat up the building*"


Egad tells...
Depends on the cloth! Most heroes usually wear ordinary cloth that I just discard, but special equipment like weapons usually go into storage so that even after they have left my dungeon, I have something to remember them by - a trophy to prove that I had them.


Which one do you like to tie and tease more, Hatred or Chaos?

Egad tells...
Why, both of them of course! There's nothing more fun than bringing those brothers together, they can't stand each other---especially at an intimate level. They get so embarrassed and humiliated it's hours of entertainment tying them up together.


Will you show us your other trophy/storage room? Also we like to see how you discard useless stuff? 

Egad tells... 
It sounds like you're asking for a tour of the house! There's only one way any person can find out what my trophy and storage rooms looks like---and I think you know how.



Which do you like more Egad? Catching your trophies or Playing with the ones that you already have?

Egad tells...
I love breaking in a new capture, watching them squirm and struggle to get free as they begin to realize their helplessness. But alas, every guy eventually reaches a point where he stops believing he can get free, and therefore I always prefer refilling the dungeon than keeping the old toys around.

Hello Egad, I understand you are capable of achieving the impossible, correct? What are your intentions in regards to Damian's tournament? If I know you correctly, a mastermind as such, is plotting rather something than just "hanging" around in there.

Egad tells...
Anything is possible when you put your mind to it, of course spreading a little money here and there goes a long way. In regards to Damian's Tournament, he simply stole my idea---and in return, I stole his son as a bargaining chip. I think that was a fair deal.

13 comments:

  1. So evil. yet somehow I'm rather turned on.

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  2. Which one do you like to tie and tease more, Hatred or Chaos?

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  3. Will you show us your other trophy/storage room? Also we like to see how you discard useless stuff?

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  4. Which do you like more Egad? Catching your trophies or Playing with the ones that you already have?

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    1. Rephrase because I realized my question contains spoilers >.<

      Hello Egad, I understand you are capable of achieving the impossible, correct? What are your intentions in regards to Damian's tournament? If I know you correctly, a mastermind as such, is plotting rather something than just "hanging" around in there.

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    2. Your question has been answered. :-)

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  6. Cake is a lie!!!

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  7. Were you ever captured by, or have captured aliens?

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  8. Do you sometimes have a slave sleep in bed with you?

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