Character tags

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Circus performers include ring leaders, animal tamers, trapeze artists, and other roles typical to the profession.

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These characters have been chosen to be the representative for their school classroom.

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These characters wield Wolverine-style claws as weapons. They might have claw hands: blades embedded directly in the skin or fingers, or they might use a glove that has one or more blades attached to it. For other blade users, see Sword Fighters, Knife Fighters and Arm Blades

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These characters rarely ever open their eyes. How they see when walking around is anybody's guess!

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These characters are classic clowns with characteristics like red noses, big shoes, and giant smiles. Clowns are typically Circus Performers.

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These characters are presidents of a club. It may be a School Club, sports club, culture club, or any other type of club.

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These characters are clumsy! They tend to trip, drop things and are often seen apologizing for their blunders.

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These characters create or use illusions in the heat of battle.

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These characters are comedians: professional entertainers who amuse those around them by telling jokes, acting out comical situations, relating funny anecdotes, or engaging in other humorous actions designed to make their audience laugh. A stand-up comic who performs live comedy skits is a common type of comedian.

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Comic Relief characters provide humor in an otherwise humorless or serious series.

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These head honchos are presidents of a corporation.

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Computer Programmers write code as a hobby or as a profession. They are sometimes Hackers.

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These characters are concubines: people kept for pleasure, companionship, or to provide children for those in positions of power. Royalty or other wealthy people may keep a harem of concubines. In some cases, concubines are considered married and may even have wedding ceremonies, but they generally have a lower status than a legal spouse.

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These characters love Cooking, whether they're a world-renowned chef or simply a wizard in the kitchen.