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In every way that James Bond was good, Ar-Gent Silverfinger is bad. He's the quintessential evil gentleman who's always plotting, but is always doomed to be stopped by the hero in the end. Calm, rational, and heaven forbid he ever break a sweat, Ar-Gent prefers to let his underlings do the work for him as he is the intellect behind them. His savvy businessman turned bad persona fits him so well, he'll more than likely buy your ancestral home with pennies right out from underneath you and you'll be thinking you got a good deal. He loves to talk too, especially if he has your undivided attention (your his prisoner). His business habits aren't enough to keep him entertained however, and wherever there is a plot to take over the world, you can expect him to be backing the intrepid ruler in an effort to make even more money (and maybe grab a piece of the pie himself!). There's no business like bad business, and his business is usually very bad... bad for you that is. Of course he's capable of transforming into his own personal getaway luxury jet, should things get to dicey.
Jul 11 - Mission to Mars
Whose smiling face should appear on the screen? Why, it's none other than Ar-gent Silverfinger, looking as polished as always. He gives the camera a confident smirk.
"My compatriots, we have lost several bright lights recently, honored comrades who leave a hole in our hearts." He practically oozes sincerity, truly believable. "But we must not grieve for long. The world moves whether we like it or not, and we cannot stand still. Not when opportunity calls."
Ar-gent leans in. "We've been to the moon. I now propose a mission to Mars. We will settle on Barsoomian soil, my friends, and become rich beyond the dreams of avarice." He leans back again. "Of course, any expedition needs supplies. To that end, we'll be doing a little shopping. Now, I want you all on your very best behavior." He wags a finger at the screen. "No plundering. No pillaging. Make nice. We're to be friendly until we have what we came for." He gives the screen a grin. "I know you can do it if you try." With that, he gives the camera a wave and the message ends.
Ar-Gent Silverfinger was created and played by Stryck.