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The '''Overtyrant''' is the most powerful [[Tyrant]] in the [[Ogre Kingdoms]]. Although he does not have total control, and the other Ogre Tribes are mostly independent, there are no other Tyrants who can oppose him and all respect or fear the Overtyrant.
 
The '''Overtyrant''' is the most powerful [[Tyrant]] in the [[Ogre Kingdoms]]. Although he does not have total control, and the other Ogre Tribes are mostly independent, there are no other Tyrants who can oppose him and all respect or fear the Overtyrant.
  
* Thug The Fist (c. -950 IC, began the practice of the Great Feast)
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== Known Overtyrants ==
* Donner Gutbag (c. 2387 IC, died in an avalanche)
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*'''Thug The Fist''' (ca. '''-950 [[IC]]''', began the practice of the [[Great Feast]])
* [[Greasus Goldtooth]] (2487 - present)
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*'''Donner Gutbag''' (ca. '''2387 IC''', died in an avalanche)
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*[[Greasus Goldtooth]] ('''2487 IC''' - present)
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== Sources ==
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[[Category: Ogre Kingdoms]]
 
[[Category: Ogre Kingdoms]]

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The Overtyrant is the most powerful Tyrant in the Ogre Kingdoms. Although he does not have total control, and the other Ogre Tribes are mostly independent, there are no other Tyrants who can oppose him and all respect or fear the Overtyrant.

Known Overtyrants

  • Thug The Fist (ca. -950 IC, began the practice of the Great Feast)
  • Donner Gutbag (ca. 2387 IC, died in an avalanche)
  • Greasus Goldtooth (2487 IC - present)

Sources

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