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This is my respect thread for one of the most feared villain in Stephen King stories ever. Randall Flagg, aka The Waling Dude, aka Walter O' Dim, aka The Dark Man, aka Rudin Filario, aka Man in Black. Whatever you call him, he is Randall Flagg. Son of the demon Merlin, and enemy of the Dark Tower. Some times he is the Crimson King's right hand man. Other times he is the devil himself terrorizing for the sake of terrorizing. Time for some respect. This will include the canon books, and canon movie sequel feats. It will also have the Marvel Comic adaptations overseen by Stephen King. Im also throwing in The Stand miniseries as well.

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Randall Flagg is the son of the wizard, and demon Merlin. After being born, Randall grew up till ready to find his true father and calling. Under his father's teachings, Randall became a powerful agent of chaos. Sowing death and terror with subtle manipulation, to full out genocides in his name. Randall is known to cross the multiverse to various worlds for business, or simply for the pleasure of wreaking havoc via his use of powerful psychic abilities and magical knowledge.

Strength and Stamina

Not many feats of Flagg doing physical work. At least not in his own body, but he is shown to be clearly peak of physical shape.

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Flagg rag dolls a woman, and throws her dozen feet cross the room. The Stand

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Flagg in a haymaker breaks both of Nadine's collar bones, casually lifts her over his head, and throws Nadine.

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Flagg casually with one hand overpowers a full grown man casually.

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Flagg is able to traverse the same desert Roland had, then scales the flat side of a mountain with no gear.

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Flagg takes a large heart shape locket, on the end of a arrow, to the eye. Piercing his skull. Flagg is greatly wounded, but survives and regens his eye later on. Eyes of the Dragon

Speed

Randall Flagg is very much super human in speed. Whike not heavy on speed feats in the books, comics, and films he shows insane reaction time.

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Stated to move as fast as heat lightning. Wastelands

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Flagg raises TK force fields after Roland shoots his guns in novel and comic of the same feat. Gunslinger

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Flagg reacts to bullets again as fast as Roland fires them. Gunslinger

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Flagg again reacts to bullets fired by Roland, with his back turn.

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Flagg is able to TK concrete from the floor and block Roland's bullets, after Roland already draw and fired his guns.

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Flagg catches a bullet fired at the back of his head without looking.

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Flagg catches multiple ricochet bullets with his hands.

Accuracy

Should be noted that accuracy is something Randall possesses.

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Flagg accurately eye shots the Gunslinger Cuthbert with a one handed crossbow shot. Across a battle field.

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Flagg accurately tags Roland's hand making drop his gun.

Telekinesis

Flagg has the ability to use Telekinesis as a weapon.

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Flagg is able to levitate himself. The Stand

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Flagg blows Roland back with TK and lifts him him in the air.

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Flagg kills a deer with a gun gesture via TK his hands.

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Flagg crushes the heart of this man with a gesture.

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Flagg using TK to project glass, rocks, and derbies like shrapnel.

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Flagg accurately using TK to flick bullets back with the strength of being shot out of a gun.

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Flagg hurling hundreds of pounds of steel and collapsing the second floor onto Roland.

Force Field

Randall is able to create force fields via his telekinesis.

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Flagg deflects three shots from Roland with his TK. Same feat in the book compared to the comic. Gunslinger

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Flagg deflects around him twelve shots with a laugh. Gunslinger

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Flagg deflects several bullets with a wave of his hand.

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While not stated a use of TK, it makes sense Flagg can withstand a chemical attack by using TK to shield himelf, and this seems to be the case. We know poisons and such can affect Flagg, so it must be some other means of defense. Wastelands

Blinding Flash

A simple but useful spell Flagg uses to bling his enemies.

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Flagg blinds a young Roland.

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Flagg escapes Roland again with a blinding flash.

Fire

Randall is a master of generating and using fire on foes.

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Flagg boils straight alcohol in his hands.

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Flagg sets a fire pit alight at a distance with a wave of his hands.

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Flagg generating fire from his hands in both the book and comic of the same feat. Gunslinger

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Flagg summons fire in his fist to explode open a large thick castle door in one blow. Eyes of the Dragon

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Flagg sets a man on fire with a touch.

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Flagg sets Jake's mother on fire and she turns to ash.

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Flagg manipulates flames to the point a raging fire cannot touch him.

Lightning

Randal is able to summon powerful electrical and lightning attacks.

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Flagg burns out the electronic gates of this prison.

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Flagg launches a ball of lightning that deep fries a human in seconds in novel, TV series, and comic of the same feat. The Stand

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Flagg launches the same ball of lighting to set off the nuke in the novel and comic. The Stand

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Flagg kills a gunslinger with a summon lightning bolt.

Farseeing

Randall Flagg has various ways to mentally spy on others whether through spells or his third eye.

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Flagg casts a spell on a crystal to spy on others. Eyes of the Dragon

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Flagg is able to meditate, and project his sight over the sky onto the earth to spy on others across the country.

Summon Animals

Flagg is not only able to manipulate animals, he can summon some forms of animals from mist itself.

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Flagg summons crows to be his eyes to track others.

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Flagg summons rats to swarm a person.

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Flagg from another state tracks down some people with farsight, and summons wolves to attack them. The Stand

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Flagg attempts to attack Mother Abigail with weasels that manifest from the shadows. Abigail using her own faith and power to send them back in the novel and comic of the same feat. The Stand

Telepathy

One of the biggest part of Flagg's magics and psychic ability is his telepathy powers.

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Flagg mentally warns his bride to be from across the country. Reading her thoughts and feelings for Howard.

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Flagg mentally talks to Roland through fire.

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Randal projects Roland's own mind, with Roland willing it, to the birth of the multi verse. A act that breaks most men minds.

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Andrew, aka the Clock Man, was unable to speak from his injuries. Randall all the same was easily able to read his mind. Wastelands

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Flagg forces Jake's mom to show him her memories of Jake in his room.

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Flagg's mere presence causes a baby to have nightmares in novel and comic of same feat. The Stand

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Flagg terrifies a man across the country with a nightmare even though he was awake.

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Flagg fills a jail inmate with terror and dread with his presence in novel and comic. The Stand

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Flagg induces fear of a person by projecting himself in the Tornado, and then mentally attacks with fear of being in the dark with the man.

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Flagg mentally induces fear to the minds of Abagail in one part of the country, and Stu in another part of the country who was dreaming at the same time.

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Flagg uses the fear that Abigail has for dogs to attack her dreams with nightmares as a wolf devouring her in the novel and comic of the same feat. Abagail herself has decent psy abilities and God in her corner, yet is not safe from the fear inducing attacks of Flagg. The Stand

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Flagg mentally assaults Abagail with fear and blood hands from a country away. Forcing her to put much effort to banish him.

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Flagg mentally commands a dying man to pass on.

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Flagg mentally commands others to stop breathing with a word.

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Flagg tells a man to stop breathing and then mind controls the woman to hush.

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Flagg commands another psychic to tell him information. She then dies from the stress of the mind war.

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Flagg mentally shuts down the psychic Alain Johns with one move. Commanding him in the astral realm to fall.

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Flagg mentally shuts down the powerful psychic Sheemie with ease.

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Flagg controls Nadine arms to write messages. The Stand

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Flagg mentally controls Nadine to be seductive without her wanting to be or knowing to be. As a puppet on strings.

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Flagg mentally controls the mind of a killer, called the Pusher, to murder Jake. Flagg did this in from another universe. Stated in the comic itself to been done from across universes.

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Flagg from Mid World mentally controls a gun shop owner to attack Roland in Keystone Earth. Another Telepathy feat from one Universe into another. Black Thirteen does not preform this feat either. Only allows Randall to project himself to talk to Roland from across universes.

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Flagg mentally dominates the minds of multiple tribal natves with words in the novel and comic of the same feat. The Stand

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Flagg mentally commands two Can-Toi, or Low Men as they are called, to eat each other. Then orders all the bystanders in the bar to stand by and watch.

Poisons

Randall is a master of poisons, and uses various poisons to coat his weapons, or to make traps with.

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Flagg explains his vast knowledge of real and magical poisons. The various effects you can achieve. Eyes of the Dragon

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The poison of the Death Spider is so potent, it requires a magical glove to handle safely. Eyes of the Dragon

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Dragon Sand is so potent, that a small breath of it will kill. Burning you inside and out. No known cure. Eyes of the Dragon

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Flagg is often coating weapons he may use with his own poisons. Eyes of the Dragon

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This poison affects you on contact. Even the touch of the fingertip on the poison pages of a book will cause you to bleed from your pore, and vomit out your insides. Flagg uses this poison on a dagger and a book.

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Flagg arms his mutants with poison darts that instant kill Horses and Men with a scratch.

Magical Medicine

Randall was a expert in making magical medicines too.

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Flagg explains magical potions for medicines. Eyes of the Dragon

Doors

Flagg is able to teleport across a given world by creating doors with chalk outlines to destinations with a solid surface to exit from.

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Flagg travels through a door out of a stone rock.

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Door opens up from the trunk of an tree.

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Flagg making a door for others to travel through.

Teleport

Flagg has limited ability to teleport short distance if needed.

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After shot in the eye, Flagg teleports away from danger. Leaving the robes and arrows behind. Eyes of the Dragon

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Flagg teleports from the dungeon to the top levels of the castle.

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Flagg teleports away before a nuclear bomb goes off in the Book and Comic of the same feat. The Stand

Dimness

Flagg is able to cast a spell to make himself near invisible for extra stealth.

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Flagg describing Dimness. Eyes of the Dragon

Sleeping Spell

Flagg has shown a spell to put a person to sleep for dozen years.

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Flagg puts Roland down for over a decade via sleeping spell in the end of the Novel and Comic of the same feat. While this may come off as a psychic attack, it's not psychic in nature. Roland was immune to Flaggs psy effects. Add to this, in this state of sleep Roland aged, but Roland could not be harm even though Roland never had food, water, or was attack by local wildlife, or damage by the sun. All he did was sleep and age till waking. Gunslinger

Precognition

Flagg has the ability to foretell key events of the possible futures through Tarot Cards and Meditation.

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Flagg read the many future possibilities and outcomes for kings and queens. Eyes of the Dragon

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Flagg reads the key points of Roland's future for the Tower. Gunslinger

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Flagg through meditation was able to foretell every event of the book up to the end, where he missed a crucial detail of Trashcan Man finding a nuke. The Stand

Raise the Dead

Sometimes called the Necromancer, Flagg is able to raise the dead with his magics.

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Randall Flagg brings back to life a old drug fiend name Nort from the dead in both novel and comic. Gunslinger

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Randall Flagg raised Farson's son from the dead. Pulling his soul from Hell itself.

Transmutation

Flagg is able to use transmutation spell to alter his body and other things into what he wants.

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Flagg transforms himself into another person.

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Flagg shape shifting into various monster forms at will.

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Flagg turns himself into a monster like form to kill someone.

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Randall Flagg in comics, novels, and TV series can turn into a Raven to travel or spy on others.

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Flagg turns into his Raven form to beat down Roland and subdue the Gunslinger.

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Flagg turns a Crow into into looking like himself.

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Flagg turns a Zippo lighter into a necklace.

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Flagg turns a stone into a key for the jail cell in the novel, comic, and miniseries of the same feat. The Stand

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Flagg turns a knife into a banana in the novel, comic, and series of the same feat.

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Flagg turns three gunslingers into dogs with the wave of his hand.

Pink Sphere

Merlin's Grapefruit is one of the Bends of the Rainbow that Merlin created. Each one possessing different magical powers, and each one possessing a demonic spirit. Since created by Merlin, the Spheres spirits are related to Flagg's own. Acting as family in a sense. Merlin's Grapefruit, the Pink Sphere, is Flagg's sister and lover.

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The basics of the Spheres origins, what they are, and what they do.

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Randal uses the Pink Spere to watch the unfolding battle of Roland fighting his forces.

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The Bends of the Rainbow are stated to be unbreakable. Even when the Pink Sphere is shot and shatter, it reforms as a eyeball to defend it self.

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Even when locked away in a vault, the spirit of the Pink Sphere can travel where it wants.

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The Pink Sphere plagues Roland with Nightmares, and at the same time consumes Roland with seduction.

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The Pink Sphere tricks Roland into shooting his mother via illusion. Also transmits the event to Flagg to spite him.

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Pink Sphere rips the memories and emotions from Roland's fathers head. Then telepathically sends these memories and thoughts to Flagg.

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The Pink Sphere can pull the souls out of people and seem the souls to other places in turn.

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For all its power, Flagg has total domination over his sister.

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#2 Posted by Wyldsong (9750 posts) - - Show Bio

@sirfizzwhizz: Looks good brother man. Great to see the movie feats in there.

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#3 Posted by SirFizzWhizz (37749 posts) - - Show Bio

@wyldsong said:

@sirfizzwhizz: Looks good brother man. Great to see the movie feats in there.

Damn right. Only one I am missing is telling the girl to hate and the psychic chick to spill her info out, but both those require Subtitles to make sense and I just will wait on those. Still, great collection as it is here. Been a long time coming to make better respect threads for Roland and now Flagg.

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#8 Posted by ValorKnight (12412 posts) - - Show Bio

Awesome RT man.

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#13 Posted by SirFizzWhizz (37749 posts) - - Show Bio

More feats added, from TV Miniseries of The Stand, and book qoutes from The Stand novel.

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#14 Edited by StrangeMinion (11 posts) - - Show Bio

You may want to reevaluate that comic-exclusive feat of Flagg blocking Roland's shots with his barrier.

1. The bullets didn't 'disintegrate' against his barrier. The little effect there is simply to show that they were deflected, and the text even says he was 'sending Roland's bullets this way and that with a wave of his hands'.

2. I have the full scans from that comic, and he didn't deflect three bullets. He deflected five. :P (See here for what I mean --> https://imgur.com/a/D3cfd)

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#15 Edited by StrangeMinion (11 posts) - - Show Bio

Also, you should read Eyes of the Dragon. Flagg is the main villain in that, and he has some very nice feats in there, including taking an arrow through the eye, splitting a man's head in two with an axe and forcing a mouse to sleep/wake at his request.

In The Stand (both the novel and the comic), he also breaks someone's collarbones in one hit. That could be useful here.

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#16 Edited by SirFizzWhizz (37749 posts) - - Show Bio

@strangeminion: I read Eyes of the Dragon which I got the scan from. Same for some of the Stand feats. I also own all the comics. Looking at the feat again I can see how the artist drawing could mean what is stated.

Also do you know if the Arrow in the eye was end fight of Eyes of the Dragon? I may have to find that one.

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#17 Edited by StrangeMinion (11 posts) - - Show Bio

Thomas shoots him with the arrow in the fight near the end of the book, yes. (I don't remember the exact page or have the book itself for reference at the moment) Look for the page that has him saying 'You told me nothing but lies, magician' or something to that effect. I also can't remember the exact chapter where he splits a man's head, but it's there in the book as well.

There is also a rather noteworthy bit in The Drawing of the Three (or at least the comic adaptation) where he fills Odetta with hatred for Roland by using his magic to give her nightmares about him. This was in the past when she was young, so it'll be a good example of his time travel abilities as well. I can most likely find that one for you.

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#18 Edited by StrangeMinion (11 posts) - - Show Bio

Dug up those scans of him giving Odetta nightmares as a child. I don't remember this happening in the book, but since the comics are said to take place in a different cycle from the novels, that shouldn't be much of an issue even if it didn't.

Scans here: https://imgur.com/a/0oWW1

Also, just wanted to give you some props for putting this thing together. A lot of the feats in this were missing from previous threads, and the fact that you got a hold of movie GIFs is awesome by itself. Real nice work.

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#19 Posted by SirFizzWhizz (37749 posts) - - Show Bio

Dug up those scans of him giving Odetta nightmares as a child. I don't remember this happening in the book, but since the comics are said to take place in a different cycle from the novels, that shouldn't be much of an issue even if it didn't.

Scans here: https://imgur.com/a/0oWW1

Also, just wanted to give you some props for putting this thing together. A lot of the feats in this were missing from previous threads, and the fact that you got a hold of movie GIFs is awesome by itself. Real nice work.

Cool I will add that in too with his fear abilities across Space and time.

I found the arrow feat will have to add that in later tonight. Thanks for the help.

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#20 Posted by StrangeMinion (11 posts) - - Show Bio
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@sirfizzwhizz: Found something else that might be useful. It's a scan of Flagg breaking Nadine Cross's collarbones with a two-handed strike, then lifting her up over his head and throwing her. I went and checked, and this happened in the book too.

Seems like a decent strength feat imo.


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#21 Posted by SirFizzWhizz (37749 posts) - - Show Bio
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#22 Posted by Bastets (256 posts) - - Show Bio

What an amazing respect thread!

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#23 Posted by SirFizzWhizz (37749 posts) - - Show Bio

Shit ton new feats added in many areas. Including live action feats from the miniseries The Stand. Enjoy.