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  • Randall Flagg
  • Randall Flagg
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  • Randall Flagg, also known as Walter O'Dim, Martyn Broadcloak, Nyarlathotep, Legion, Old Creeping Judas, Lord Voldemort, Astaroth, Anubis, the Dark Man, the Boogeyman, the Dark Lord, The Man in Black, James Sheridan, the the Denim Demon and various other ridiculous names which only Stephen King knows the meaning of, is a wannabe evil villain who wants to rule the world but is sadly incapable of actually killing anyone except minor and/or annoying characters who have been included in the plot so that he can kill them.
  • In the 1994 televison miniseries adaption of The Stand, Flagg was portrayed by Jamey Sheridan. In the upcoming film version of The Dark Tower series, he will be portrayed by Matthew McConaughey.
  • Name: Randall Flagg, Walter Gender: Male Age: Unknown Classification: Human / Demon hybrid Powers and Abilities: Telepathy, Telekinesis, Immortality (Type 1), Shapeshifting, Necromancy, Possession, Transmutation, farcasting, magic, Illusion Creation, Portal Creation (via Chalk Doors), Time Travel, Teleportation, Mind Reading, Energy Manipulation, Animal Manipulation, travel between universes, Poison Manipulation, protective barriers, a third eye that allows him to remotely spy on others Speed: Hypersonic (Dodged Roland's bullets. Turned three gunslingers into dogs faster than they could react.)
  • The most recurring and without a doubt, the most important villain of the entire Stephen King mythos, Randall Flagg is following King's own words, the best villain he created, whom he had in mind since he began writing. Randall Flagg goes by many aliases including Walter O'Dim, and Marten Broadcloak, but his real name is Walter Padick.
  • Randall Flagg es un personaje de ficción creado por el escritor Stephen King. Hizo su primera aparición en 1978 en la novela La danza de la muerte (The Stand) donde era el villano principal, quien reunía a un grupo de violentos ciudadanos luego de que la mayoría de la población de los Estados Unidos hubiera muerto debido al virus de la supergripe. El personaje ha aparecido en nueve novelas de King, la adaptación televisiva de La danza de la muerte (Apocalipsis) y varias miniseries de cómics.
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type of villain
  • Magician, Supernatural, Complete Monster
Goals
  • Achieve a higher level of destruction
  • To become God of all the multiverse by betraying his master and climbing to the top of the Dark Tower.
  • To take over the world he is found in as either as a God or as a supreme ruler and throw it into chaos.
Origin
  • The Eyes of the Dragon
  • The Dark Tower
  • The Stand
Skills
  • Charisma
  • Manipulation
  • Nigh-immortality
  • Immense demonic powers/Dark magic
  • Presence in many different planes of existence
  • Vast influence over evil forces
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Alias
  • The Man in Black
  • The Monster
  • Nyarlahotep
  • The Grinning Man
  • The Man with No Face
  • Flagg
  • He Who Walks Behind the Rows
  • Martin Broadcloak
  • Old Creeping Judas
  • Ramsey Forrest
  • Randall Flagg
  • Raymond Fiegler
  • Richard Freemantle
  • Richard Fry
  • Robert Franq
  • Robert Freemont
  • The Ageless Stranger
  • The Antagonist
  • The Dark Man
  • The Hardcase
  • The Midnight Rambler
  • The Tall Man
  • The Walkin' Dude
  • Walter Hodji
  • Walter O'Dim
Hobby
  • Scheming.
  • Devising intricate plots and psychological traps.
  • Doing tarot card fortune telling.
Occupation
  • Sorcerer
  • High-ranking place in any hierarchy he is found
  • Wandering plotter
Fullname
  • Walter Padick
Size
  • 300
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  • Randall Flagg, also known as Walter O'Dim, Martyn Broadcloak, Nyarlathotep, Legion, Old Creeping Judas, Lord Voldemort, Astaroth, Anubis, the Dark Man, the Boogeyman, the Dark Lord, The Man in Black, James Sheridan, the the Denim Demon and various other ridiculous names which only Stephen King knows the meaning of, is a wannabe evil villain who wants to rule the world but is sadly incapable of actually killing anyone except minor and/or annoying characters who have been included in the plot so that he can kill them.
  • The most recurring and without a doubt, the most important villain of the entire Stephen King mythos, Randall Flagg is following King's own words, the best villain he created, whom he had in mind since he began writing. Randall Flagg goes by many aliases including Walter O'Dim, and Marten Broadcloak, but his real name is Walter Padick. Randall Flagg is a demonic being that has appeared in multiple works, always as a powerful and charismatic embodiment of evil. It was also implied that another Stephen King villain known as the unholy demon He Who Walks Behind the Rows in Children of Corn, was an avatar for Flagg, who shares similarities with the biblical demon Legion. Flagg was first introduced in The Stand, where he represented the concept of evil and stood in opposition to Mother Abagail, who represented good: the two fought for control over the survivors of a world plagued by disease. Flagg's main purpose seems to be the bring about the end of civilizations by spreading destruction and sowing conflict. He has many supernatural powers by which to achieve his goals: such as necromancy, prophecy and the ability to look into the predatory nature of man and beast.
  • Randall Flagg es un personaje de ficción creado por el escritor Stephen King. Hizo su primera aparición en 1978 en la novela La danza de la muerte (The Stand) donde era el villano principal, quien reunía a un grupo de violentos ciudadanos luego de que la mayoría de la población de los Estados Unidos hubiera muerto debido al virus de la supergripe. El personaje ha aparecido en nueve novelas de King, la adaptación televisiva de La danza de la muerte (Apocalipsis) y varias miniseries de cómics. Se describe a Flagg como «un hechicero consumado y sirviente devoto de la Oscuridad» con habilidades sobrenaturales que involucran la necromancia y los poderes de profetizar e influenciar el comportamiento de las personas. Sus objetivos son típicamente la destrucción y crear conflictos, por lo general derribando civilizaciones enteras. En La danza de la muerte, donde también es llamado el "Hombre Oscuro", organiza a «la escoria de la sociedad» después que los Estados Unidos fueran casi arrasados por la liberación accidental de un virus creado por el gobierno. En Los Ojos del Dragon (The Eyes of the Dragon), trató de arruinar todo un reino manipulando a varios personajes. En la serie La Torre Oscura (The Dark Tower), Flagg es quien debilitó y destruyó la "Afiliación", el sistema de gobierno feudal de Mundo Medio, bajo el nombre de Marten Broadcloak. Flagg suele asumir diferentes nombres, muchos de los cuales tienen las iniciales R.F. aunque existen excepciones tales como el nombre Walter Padick. Además, el nombre con que se lo asocia principalmente y el que usa en la mayoría de sus apariciones en la serie La Torre Oscura es Walter o'Dim.
  • Name: Randall Flagg, Walter Gender: Male Age: Unknown Classification: Human / Demon hybrid Powers and Abilities: Telepathy, Telekinesis, Immortality (Type 1), Shapeshifting, Necromancy, Possession, Transmutation, farcasting, magic, Illusion Creation, Portal Creation (via Chalk Doors), Time Travel, Teleportation, Mind Reading, Energy Manipulation, Animal Manipulation, travel between universes, Poison Manipulation, protective barriers, a third eye that allows him to remotely spy on others Attack Potency: Wall level physically. Up to Building level with magic. Some spells such as transmutation can ignore conventional durability. Speed: Hypersonic (Dodged Roland's bullets. Turned three gunslingers into dogs faster than they could react.) Striking Strength: Wall Class (Split a man's head in two with an axe. Punched down a reinforced castle door.) Stamina: Superhuman+ Range: Thousands of kilometres Standard Equipment: None notable Intelligence: Very high. Has great knowledge on poisons and magic, as well as the nature of the Dark Tower. Said to have written several speeches for others that ended in riots and violence, and has brought down numerous kingdoms and empires using his own intellect and cunning. Weaknesses: Arrogant, often as not to underestimate his foes. (which was his downfall) * Dimness: Functioning as a sort of 'semi-invisibility', this forces others to become distracted from Flagg's presence in various ways, allowing him to avoid being seen. * Transmutation: Flagg can transform items and people into whatever he wishes with a wave of his hand, from turning weapons into fruit to turning his enemies into harmless animals. * Shapeshifting: Flagg can change his own shape as easily as he can change the shape of others. Most common uses for this include turning into a giant raven and changing his appearance to that of other people. * Fire: Flagg can summon fire to attack his foes with. * Lightning: Flagg can strike his foes with bolts of lightning, even when in his raven form. * Third Eye: Flagg can send out his third eye and use it to spy on people from remote distances. * Chalk Doors: By drawing on hard surfaces with chalk, Flagg can create doorways leading to any location he desires. * Animal Control: Flagg can command animals to do as he says, including forcing them to sleep and wake at his request.
  • In the 1994 televison miniseries adaption of The Stand, Flagg was portrayed by Jamey Sheridan. In the upcoming film version of The Dark Tower series, he will be portrayed by Matthew McConaughey.
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