Greetings friends, the Sportiest of Boas is here to serve you a blog post I bet you weren’t expecting… C.V.B.3! The last custom villains blog post I made was published 8 whole months ago, the very first one was made nine months back so… Yeah, its been a while!
Before we plunge into these two corrupt customs and my crazy backstories for them, just a reminder, this is all just my silly opinion so try not to think to deep into this stuff. Alright, buckle up and let’s go!
VILLAIN #1: THE WANDERER
As winter strengthens on Survival island, The wanderer is still out there to find him.
Not long after the events of episode 5 when you and the underground survivor, Max McGillicutty had trapped the insane Myron V. Buren and escaped the island for good, multiple police reports reveal someone just as dangerous is looking to take his place. Curious, your poptropican revisits survival island (this time not crash-landing) to investigate further. This is where he/she discovers the wanderer: A lost old man bundled up in what seems to be very warm clothing. After asking multiple questions, the man informs you that he’s lost and had a close encounter with the man supposedly laying waste to the woodlands in M.V.B.’s place. Your Poptropican asks where’s the villain’s location, and the stranger says he’ll lead you, reluctantly you follow him but many questions still remain such as, Can you trust him? Is this a trap? And what is he carrying in that black satchel?… As you approach a vast area of cut-down tree stumps and Myron’s scary mansion, you thank the old sir for his help and he responds by saying in a chilling, familiar voice, “Charmed.” Before disappearing.
To make a long story short, the Wanderer is Winston, Myron Van Buren’s butler. After finding his master’s frozen remains, he became obsessed with finishing what Buren started: Hunting your Poptropican down. Not knowing you had left, Winston had sent multiple search dogs but to no avail, so he gave up and decided to continue clearing land for future camps. That was until he spotted your blimp floating across the horizon. He dawned his “wanderer” persona and initiated his ultimate plan of vengeance.
Not sure if this is considered a “fun” fact, but the Wanderer carries a loaded pistol in his satchel.
VILLAIN #2: CAPTAIN BLONDE BEARD
A loyal bird always returns to ye captain!
Captain Blonde Beard hasn’t made smartest choices recently, but 8 years ago he made the smartest move any pirate has done at the time: Save his doubloons. Blonde Beard’s parrot, Barnacle gave him the idea when he was about to spend 20,000 on some “magical” spices at a trading post, and from that moment on he saved up a MASSIVE amount of doubloons stashed in a secret compartment within his ship. His crewmates were very supportive of his decision even nicknaming him, “Captain Gold Beard” for fun!
After months of discussion, the Captain and his crew came to a conclusion on what they should spend it on: The Phoenix Warbird! They arrived excitedly at the harbor with their worn down ship egar to replace it, only to figure out… It was already sold. To your Poptropican. Also do you remember how you sailed the seas of skulldiggerey island defeating “monsters” and “enemy pirate ships” well, you might have destroyed BB’s ship in the process, stranding him, his crew and all of his treasure in the ocean as they watched the Warbird sail away. Yeah, things went downhill from there.
After losing his loot, the captain’s crewmates went back to calling him “Blonde Beard”.
Well that concludes today’s blog post, I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I did writing it! I’ll catch you later, this boa’s gotta bounce!