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This article is a list of Adventurers characters who do not appear as physical minifigures in sets. This includes characters from audio dramas, comics, magazines, books, video games, rides, and live performances.

Egypt

Kleopatra

Kleopatra (Cleopatra in German)[Note 1] is Professor Articus's pet Indian cobra. Professor Articus keeps her in the museum and brings her along to the expedition in Egypt in his backpack, believing that she was sent by Pharaoh Ramses IV to help them find the Re-Gou Ruby. Although Joe Freemann and Linda Lovely are both uncomfortable around Kleopatra, she helps the Adventurers on multiple occasions, such as identifying the sarcophagus containing the real Re-Gou.

Ramses II

Ramses II is an ancient Egyptian with a great reputation. He has multiple sons, including Ramses III, who was buried with the Re-Gou Ruby.[1] Note that Die Jagd nach dem Pharaonenschatz instead identifies the Re-Gou Ruby's owner as Ramses IV, resulting in a contradiction between sources.

Ramses II is most likely intended to be the non-fictional pharaoh Ramesses II, who bears the title of "Ramesses the Great". However, while the historical Pharaoh Ramesses II did have a son named Ramesses, this is not the same person as Pharaoh Ramesses III.

Sir Charles Farr

Sir Charles Farr is an explorer who died long before the events of The Curse of the Mummy - An Interactive Puzzle Book. He searched for the Re-Gou Ruby hidden deep in Pharaoh Hotep's tomb, and left behind clues written on parchment. Doctor Kilroy and the Adventurers decipher Sir Charles's clues and use them to navigate the pyramid's traps.

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Alex Botnik

Alex Botnik is a friend of Dr. Kilroy who is a professor at the National Museum. In The Lost Temple - An Interactive Puzzle Book, Doctor Botnik was in the Mexican jungle searching for the rare plant, Curus miraculus, when he discovered relics of an ancient civilization and learned about the Lost Temple containing the golden Sun Disc. Botnik contacts the Explorers Club via radio about this discovery and warned them about Señor Palomar; unfortunately, much of his message was distorted by static. Doctor Botnik mails them a map that he had written in code. He also leaves a boat for the Adventurers at Piranha Creek.

Art collector

The art collector is mentioned in Alex Botnik's radio message to the Explorers Club. All that is known about the art collector is that Señor Palomar is working for him, and he wants the Sun Disc for his own private collection.

LEGO Island 2

Big Bertha

Big Bertha is an enormous fish living at the bottom of the lake at the Adventurers' Island oasis. She swallows one of the Constructopedia pages. With the Old Fisherman's fishing pole, Pepper Roni successfully catches Big Bertha, making him a champion fisherman and retrieving the Constructopedia page as well.

Bronto

Bronto[2] is the Brontosaurus that was captured by Mr. Hates and is kept in a pit in the center of his Main Camp. Mr. Hates uses Bronto as his steed, riding a saddle attached to Bronto's head and constantly feeding the dinosaur Papa Brickolini's Sizzling Tongue-Numbing Hot Pizzas to make it belch fire. If Pepper's hot air balloon is hit by Bronto's fire, then he will drop any dinosaurs he currently is carrying. After Pepper drops sandbags on Mr. Hates and causes him to fall out of Bronto's saddle, the Brontosaurus flings Mr. Hates away with its tail. Having liberated itself, Bronto is seen near the native village and Adventurers outpost.

An animation test exists depicting Slyboots (instead of Mr. Hates, as in the final released game) falling out of Bronto's saddle and then climbing back up.[3]

Old Fisherman

The Old Fisherman resides at the oasis on Adventurers' Island. Having "played this game before", he knows that Pepper Roni is looking for a Constructopedia page and informs him that Big Bertha swallowed the page. He lends Pepper his fishing pole to catch Big Bertha, and tells him about the various fish that he can catch. After Big Bertha is caught, the Old Fisherman offers to make fish cakes.

The Old Fisherman's minifigure is largely derived from Mr. Cunningham, sharing his dark grey jacket, white-and-red striped shirt, protruding belly, and brown pants. His face is unique, sporting lowered sunglasses and stubble, and he does not have any hat or hair.

Early documents for LEGO Island 2 suggest that the Old Fisherman is actually Pepper's father, Bologna Roni.[4] In the final game, the Old Fisherman calls Pepper "Sonny" and Pepper calls the fisherman "Pops", likely a remnant of these early plans. Outside of a portrait in Pepper's house, Bologna does not appear in the PC version of LEGO Island 2; however, he does appear near Adventurers' Island in the Game Boy Color version, which does not feature the Old Fisherman.

The Old Fisherman is voiced by Tom Clarke-Hill, who also voices Darren, Nubby Stevens, Papa Brickolini, Snap Lockitt, and the Bulls Guard in the same game.[5]

Queen Legotiti

Queen Legotiti is a mummy ruling over the Mummies' Tomb on Adventurers' Island. She is unseen, and only her voice is heard. After Pepper Roni retrieves a Constructopedia page hidden in her tomb, Queen Legotiti curses him to be crushed by a rolling boulder, forcing Pepper to run for the exit as quickly as he can.

In cut dialogue, Queen Legotiti's mummy curses are implied to be merely psychological, as opposed to the physical threat of a giant boulder. Pepper realizes that her curse is only in the mind and therefore isn't real, and Legotiti concedes that he is too powerful for her curses.[6]

Queen Legotiti is voiced by Laurel Lefko, who also voices Nancy Nubbins, Princess Storm, Pippin Read, the fish, and the computer voice in the same game.[5]

LEGO Racers 2

Bungo

Main article: Bungo

Bungo is a native that lives in Achu's Dino Island village. He found one of the island's Golden Bricks, located near the beach.

Morat

Main article: Morat

Morat is a native that lives in Achu's Dino Island village. He worships a Volcano God, whom is said to have great riches. This seems to hint at the location of a Golden Brick, found atop a snake head carving at the volcano.

The Restless Mummy

Mummy

Main article: Mummy (Adventurers)

The Mummy is a recently-discovered Egyptian mummy who cannot rest until his magical Golden Snake is returned to his tomb.

The Lost Treasure of Ancient Greece

King Minos

King Minos was the ruler of Ancient Crete. He was most famous for his prized Golden Bull and his legendary half-man half-bull son, the Minotaur, which was punishment from the angered Greek gods. He had a maze built to hide his son and hid his treasure in a nearby temple.

Minotaur

The Minotaur is the half-man half-bull Greek monster who wanders a labyrinth and is the guardian of the Golden Bull.

Soccer Mania

Chilli Con Charlie

Chilli Con Charlie (Chilli With Charlie in Spanish) is a defender of the Adventurers Villains team. His stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 144 speed, 144 shooting, 160 passing, 160 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping.[7]

As with most of the other Adventurers Villains, Chilli Con Charlie wears a dark grey jacket and hat, with earth orange pants. His jacket is modeled after Mr. Cunningham's minifigure, although he wears a buttoned white-and-blue striped collared shirt underneath his coat. He has a thick black goatee and, when he smiles, is shown to be missing some teeth.

Chilli Con Charlie's name is a pun on the Tex-Mex dish chilli con carne.

El Diablo Pablo!

El Diablo Pablo! (The Devil Pablo! in Spanish) is a defender of the Adventurers Villains team. His stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 160 speed, 128 shooting, 144 passing, 160 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping; these are identical to Jimmy Changa.[7]

As with most of the other Adventurers Villains, El Diablo Pablo! wears a dark grey jacket and hat, with earth orange pants. His jacket is modeled after Mr. Cunningham's minifigure, although his undershirt is mostly white with a single red stripe at the bottom. He has a black mustache and beard.

Jimmy Changa

Jimmy Changa is a midfielder of the Adventurers Villains team. He is a fast runner but a poor shooter. His stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 160 speed, 128 shooting, 144 passing, 160 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping; these are identical to El Diablo Pablo![7]

Jimmy Changa's appearance is based on Rudo Villano's physical minifigure (while Rudo himself uses a different design in Soccer Mania). His dark grey button-down shirt is nearly identical, although he lacks the pistols on Rudo's belt. His frowning facial expression is also derived from Rudo's face, with the addition of a grey beard. He wears earth orange pants and a dark grey cap.

Jimmy Changa's name is a pun on the Tex-Mex dish chimichanga. Interestingly, his name is a suggested whitelisted phrase in LEGO Universe, although it is most likely that the developers of LEGO Universe intended to use the same pun for a new character instead of bringing back this obscure Soccer Mania character.

Luke Yonder

Luke Yonder is a midfielder on the Adventurers Pilots team. His stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 96 speed, 112 shooting, 96 passing, 96 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping.[7]

As with most of the other Adventurers Pilots, Luke Yonder wears an earth orange bomber jacket and flying helmet, with black goggles and grey pants. He has a thick black mustache.

Luke Yonder's name is a pun on the phrase "look yonder".

Miles McBad

Miles McBad is a midfielder of the Adventurers Villains team. His stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 176 speed, 160 shooting, 144 passing, 144 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping; this makes him the Adventurers Villains' fastest runner.[7]

As with most of the other Adventurers Villains, Miles McBad wears a dark grey shirt and hat, with earth orange pants. His shirt appears to be an unbuttoned version of Rudo Villano's shirt, revealing a green-and-black striped shirt underneath, although he does not have guns on his belt. His face is also derived from Rudo's face, with orange hair and no scar. Consequently, Miles McBad and Rudo Villano are nearly identical in appearance in Soccer Mania, aside from the minor differences in their respective faces.

Misty Goggles

Misty Goggles is a midfielder on the Adventurers Pilots team. Her stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 112 speed, 112 shooting, 80 passing, 80 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping.[7]

As with most of the other Adventurers Pilots, Misty Goggles wears an earth orange bomber jacket and flying helmet, with black goggles and grey pants. Her face is a variation of Pippin Reed's face with black hair.

Professor O'Saurus

Professor O'Saurus is a midfielder of the Adventurer Explorers team. His stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 240 speed, 256 shooting, 208 passing, 208 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping; this makes him the Adventurer Explorers' best shooter.[7]

As with most of the other Adventurer Explorers, Professor O'Saurus wears a brick yellow shirt, an earth orange slouch hat, and black pants. His face is identical to Aquazone characters such as Rocky the Reef Wrecker, with red hair over his right eye.

Propeller Pete

Propeller Pete is a midfielder on the Adventurers Pilots team. His stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 80 speed, 80 shooting, 112 passing, 96 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping; this makes him the Adventurers Pilots' best passer.[7]

As with most of the other Adventurers Pilots, Propeller Pete wears an earth orange bomber jacket and flying helmet, with black goggles and grey pants. He has light grey hair and mustache.

Rex Boulder

Rex Boulder is a midfielder of the Adventurer Explorers team. His stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 224 speed, 224 shooting, 240 passing, 208 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping; this makes him the Adventurer Explorers' best passer.[7]

As with most of the other Adventurer Explorers, Rex Boulder wears a brick yellow shirt, an earth orange slouch hat, and black pants. He has a thick black mustache and sideburns.

Terry Dactill

Terry Dactill is a defender of the Adventurer Explorers team. His stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 208 speed, 192 shooting, 224 passing, 224 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping; aside from the goalie Dr. Kilroy, he is the Adventurer Explorers' worst shooter.[7]

As with most of the other Adventurer Explorers, Terry Dactill wears a brick yellow shirt, an earth orange slouch hat, and black pants. He has a thick black mustache and sideburns.

Terry Dactill's name is a pun on the prehistoric flying reptile pterodactyl.

Tommo Tornado

Tommo Tornado is a defender on the Adventurers Pilots team. His stats (out of a maximum of 272) are 112 speed, 96 shooting, 96 passing, 80 tackling, and 48 goalkeeping.[7]

As with most of the other Adventurers Pilots, Tommo Tornado wears an earth orange bomber jacket and flying helmet, with black goggles and grey pants. His face is a variation of Harry Cane's face, keeping the same facial expression and stubble but removing the mustache.

Orient Expedition

Chaiku

Chaiku[Note 2] is one of Babloo's elephants, appearing along with Giri in Die Suche nach dem Goldenen Drachen. Johnny Thunder and Dr. Kilroy ride Chaiku to the Sunstone's location. Later, Chaiku is part of the elephant herd that Babloo brings to overthrow Maharaja Lallu.

Dr. Giovanni

Dr. Giovanni is a former colleague of Dr. Kilroy from the London Museum. He is an ambitious man, and Dr. Kilroy does not entirely trust him. In Die Suche nach dem Goldenen Drachen, he mails Kilroy a silk cloth with Marco Polo's poem and asks for help translating it. He meets with the Adventurers in Venice and brings them to Marco Polo's house, where he eavesdrops on their conversation and learns about Marco Polo's golden treasures. He then reports this information to Lord Sam Sinister, who pays him for his services.

Jing Lee's father

Jing Lee's unnamed father is never directly seen, but his presence influences Jing Lee's role in the story. Die Suche nach dem Goldenen Drachen reveals that he is a martial arts teacher who taught Jing Lee and her friends. He opposes the rule of the false emperor, Chang Wu, and was shot as punishment. Although he survives, he is left very ill; in Die Suche nach dem Goldenen Drachen, it is clarified that he suffers from a lung sickness. This prompts Jing Lee to beg the Adventurers for food when they meet in Xi'an.

Juti

Juti[Note 2] is a large female snake encountered by the Adventurers in India. Although she leaves Pippin Reed paralyzed by fear, Babloo explains that Juti was merely curious, although he tells her to leave Pippin alone.

Kublai Khan

Kublai Khan was the ancient ruler of China who was visited by Marco Polo in the thirteenth century. He bestowed Marco Polo with many golden treasures, including the Golden Shield, Golden Sword, Golden Helmet, and Golden Dragon. When Marco Polo was unable to take the Golden Dragon home, Kublai Khan hid it in the Dragon Fortress and left it guarded by the Guardian.

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Tyler, age 9 asks:
Could you tell me about Kublai Khan?

Dr. Kilroy:
I certainly can! A grandson of the infamous Jenghiz Khan, Kublai Khan lived from 1215 until 1294. He became the leader of the Mongols in the year 1260 and greatly expanded his empire by defeating the Song Dynasty of China in 1279. He helped to encourage trade and prosperity by rebuilding the Grand Canal and extending China's highways for safer travel, and was also known for promoting writing and the arts.


Marco Polo

Marco Polo was a famous Italian explorer, known for traveling along the Silk Road from Italy to China and back. He received many Golden Treasures during his journey, but was unable to take them home, so he hid them in some of the major temples and palaces he visited. His house can still be found in Venice, and it is where the Adventurers find their first clues to begin the Orient Expedition.

In Johnny Thunder Meets Marco Polo!, Johnny Thunder wonders what talking to Marco Polo himself would have been like. In his imagination, he constantly tries to ask Marco Polo about the Scorpion Palace and the Golden Shield, but is always interrupted by Marco Polo recounting his adventures in the Orient. At last, Johnny Thunder manages to get a not-so-helpful hint from Marco Polo involving moving the scorpion idol's claws and a booby trap.[8]

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MARCO POLO
Marco Polo (1254-1324) was a 13th century explorer from Venice who spent 24 years living in and travelling through Asia. He was one of the first Europeans to journey into Mongolia and China and became a close confidant of Kublai Khan, ruler of the Mongol Empire. When he returned home, he wrote about his travels along the Silk Road to China.

In a time when that region of the world was almost completely unknown, Marco Polo's account of the people, places, cultures and customs of Asia enthralled the Western world, although not everyone believed his incredible claims.


Pampa

Pampa is a monkey who has a special bond with Babloo.[9] Pampa is present when Babloo is being interrogated by Maharaja Lallu; Pampa's loud screeching catches the Adventurers' attention, which causes Johnny Thunder to rescue Babloo and Pampa. Pampa accompanies them as they ride a boat down the river, but is not seen again afterward.

Although Pampa is identical to other LEGO monkeys, none are included in the Orient Expedition sets.

Sam's Henchmen

Sam's Henchmen[10] are Himalayan thugs working for Lord Sam Sinister, appearing as obstacles in The Great Mountain Chase. They stand at specific positions on the mountainside and throw rocks at varying arcs, attempting to burst the Aero Nomad and prevent the Adventurers from reaching the top of Mount Everest. Oddly, their design closely resembles the heroic character Sherpa Sangye Dorje, albeit with a darker brown shirt and lighter grey pants.

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Sam's Henchmen are throwing stones at you. Watch out!


Wong

Wong[Note 2] is a Chinese fisherman and an old friend of Jing Lee. In Die Suche nach dem Goldenen Drachen, he helps Jing Lee and the Adventurers discreetly travel across the lake to the Dragon Fortress. He is then sent back by Jing Lee to gather a rebel army and storm the Dragon Fortress, ultimately succeeding in overthrowing Emperor Chang Wu.

LEGOLAND Parks

Ameila

Ameila[11] is the wife of Johnny Thunder. By extension, Josh Thunder may be her descendant. She wears a brick yellow version of Helena Skvalling's shirt (evidenced by the necklace they both wear), sand yellow legs, and a reddish brown Shoulder Bag. Her hair is a reddish brown Mini Wig No. 5, and she has a smiling face with eyelashes and lipstick.

Although Ameila does not originate from the Adventurers theme, she was introduced by LEGOLAND Windsor Resort's Facebook page as Johnny Thunder's wife in a teaser for the Adventure Themed Room at LEGOLAND Resort Hotel. Ameila is featured on several decorations in the Adventure Themed Room.

Ameila's reveal was met with some confusion by fans, who wondered why Johnny Thunder was not married to Pippin Reed instead. However, with the exception of Die Jagd Nach Dem Pharaonenschatz (wherein Linda Lovely becomes engaged to Joe Freemann), Johnny Thunder and Pippin Reed are only ever shown to be in a platonic friendship.

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5 days and counting until our brand new hotel opens and we just wanted to introduce you to Johnny Thunder and his wife Ameila who will be taking up residence at the hotel when we open its doors this Saturday!

Aztec Queen

The Aztec Queen is the eponymous villain of The Revenge of the Aztec Queen. She gets revenge against Tayja and Tic-Tic by taking over their temple and stealing all of their gold. The only way to defeat her is to break her magic staff, which she uses to control the Monka warriors. After Johnny Thunder succeeds in defeating her, the humbled Aztec Queen is forced to apologize to everyone for her behavior.

Cleopatra

Cleopatra,[12] affectionately nicknamed "Cleo" by Moriah, is the queen of Ancient Egypt featured in Journey to the Lost Temple. She has a vain and shallow "valley girl" personality, which she justifies because she presides over the Valley of the Kings. She was given a time machine by Julius Caesar, although she was uninterested in it since it was not jewelry; after several scholars had disassembled it for study, she fired the scholars because they kept interrupting her yoga. She is accidentally brought to the present day's National Adventurer Museum, where she tells Lord Sinister to send her back quickly because she is having a good hair day and does not want to miss her dance.

During the show's run, there was no official minifigure depiction of Cleopatra. The Minifigures theme would later introduce the Egyptian Queen, who is occasionally named Cleopatra in media such as The LEGO Movie.

Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar is an Ancient Roman emperor who is mentioned several times by Cleopatra in Journey to the Lost Temple. Caesar had given Cleopatra a time machine as a gift, although she was uninterested in it since it was not jewelry.

While there is no physical minifigure explicitly depicting Julius Caesar, the Roman Emperor is clearly modeled after him, and he even pines for the Egyptian Queen's attention according to LEGO Minifigures: Character Encyclopedia.

Monka

The Monka[Note 2] are Aztec warriors who serve under the Aztec Queen. They are dressed in black with either red or yellow. They are not especially bright and are prone to accidentally hitting one another. Their servitude to the Aztec Queen appears to be controlled by her magic; once Johnny Thunder breaks the magic staff and defeats the Aztec Queen, the Monka immediately become friendly towards Tayja.

Moriah

Moriah[12] is an excitable and talkative female mummy in Journey to the Lost Temple. She is close friends with Cleopatra. For ten years, she was trapped in a sarcophagus in the Lost Temple, only to finally be freed when Johnny Thunder and Pippin Reed open the coffin. Moriah happily joins the Adventurers in their search for the pieces of the time machine, although she is not particularly bright and keeps mixing it up with other machines. Moriah is accidentally brought to the present day's National Adventurer Museum, and she mistakenly believes a suit of medieval armor is a living person.

Princess Sapphire

Princess Sapphire is one of the main protagonists of The Secret of Scorpion Palace, working with Pippin Reed as they search for the magical Sapphire Scorpion. Unlike Pippin Reed and Johnny Thunder, Princess Sapphire does not speak during the show. She is an elegant dancer and, while in possession of the Sapphire Scorpion, can use magical spells to compel others or summon enormous snakes. Along with Pippin, she is captured by the Sultan and forced to be his servant at the start of the show. In the climax, she outwits the Sultan and his guards atop the Scorpion Palace, causing them to plummet to their defeat.

Slither

Slither[13] is a talking snake in Journey to the Lost Temple. Slither's family has become trapped in baskets and cannot get out. Therefore, Slither keeps one of the pieces of Cleopatra's time machine and agrees to hand it over to the Adventurers if they help free its family members. Although Slither acts friendly towards Pippin Reed and wants to get to know her, she rejects its advances because she is terrified of snakes.

Sphinx

The Sphinx[12] is one of the characters of Journey to the Lost Temple. Described as having "a Las Vegas attitude",[12] many of the Sphinx's lines and mannerisms are reminiscent of Elvis Presley. He is a self-proclaimed expert of hieroglyphics who was hired by Cleopatra for interior decorating, but she has grown frustrated with him for hardly working. He offers to help the Adventurers align the time machine's hieroglyphics, but relies on the audience's participation since he cannot do it himself.

Sultan

The evil Sultan is the main villain of The Secret of Scorpion Palace, seeking possession of the Sapphire Scorpion. He is escorted by guards and has captured Princess Sapphire and Pippin Reed, making them his unwilling servants. He enjoys a disgusting feast of snakes and slugs, which he forces Pippin to prepare for him. However, he is also incompetent and clumsy, unable to use a hammock or perform a fancy jump without falling on his face. He is allied with Lord Sam Sinister, although the two villains briefly fight one another over the Sapphire Scorpion. In the end, the Sultan is magically compelled by Princess Sapphire to jump off the Scorpion Palace.

The Sultan's physical appearance varies with his actor, such as being bald in some performances or having hair in other performances, although his costume remains consistent as he wears a yellow shirt and black trousers, along with regal orange robes that he takes off shortly after his introduction. He appears to have large scars on his left cheek and over his right eye.[14]

It is ambiguous whether the Sultan is meant to represent Maharaja Lallu. Both villains are rulers associated with a Scorpion Palace and allied with Lord Sinister. However, since the Sultan and Maharaja have different titles and appearances, as well as the show's vastly different storyline from Orient Expedition, it is just as likely that he is meant to be an original character created for this show.

Tayja

Tayja[15] is one of the main characters of The Revenge of the Aztec Queen. Having the show's largest speaking role, she provides much of the exposition for the audience and other characters. She is clever and comes up with the idea of using a radio and smoke signals to contact Johnny Thunder so that he can save them from the Aztec Queen.

Tayja is played by Lorna Lintern, who also played Pippin Reed in The Secret of Scorpion Palace.[15]

The Tut Tones

The Tut Tones[16] are a band of three skeletons in Lost Kingdom Adventure and Laser Raiders. When prompted by laser fire, they perform a short song by playing the trumpet, guitar, and drumkit. The Tut Tones' drummer uses bones instead of drumsticks.

Tic-Tic

Tic-Tic[Note 2] is one of the main protagonists of The Revenge of the Aztec Queen. His clumsiness frequently leads to slapstick physical comedy. Unlike Tayja, he does not speak, and his performance is done entirely through pantomime. He found an old radio in the jungle and hid it, and then is tasked by Tayja with retrieving it so that they can contact Johnny Thunder, leading to Tic-Tic fighting Monka warriors on the rope bridge. They lose the radio to the Monka and Tic-Tic is pushed into the water, which gives Tayja the idea to light a fire and send smoke signals to Johnny.

References

Citation Notes

  1. Since Die Jagd nach dem Pharaonenschatz is a German audio drama, it is presumed that the name Cleopatra would have been translated as Kleopatra. However, since Cleopatra and Kleopatra are phonetically identical and the name does not appear in writing, this cannot be verified.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 This character's name is only spoken aloud and is not known to be presented in written form. Therefore, its spelling is based on unofficial fan transcripts and may be inaccurate.


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