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'''DEAR ADMINS: YOU DIDN'T LISTEN AND YOU FORCED US TO'''
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We had offered to stop the raiding on the Lego Wiki since it was never our main target, we know what happened to the Pepper Roni page originally, and if this time you unlock the Pepper Roni page, we will go away for a week, only slightly vandalise it which you can always revert as you have already done. What would you rather do, revert 100+ pages or revert 1?
 
- Church of Pizaz.
 
   
{{Rating|1}} because he's the best
 
 
{{Minifigure
 
{{Minifigure
|Title = Pepper Roni
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|Title = Sam Sinister
|Image = PPPEPPEPEXOPAKOPDS.PNG
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|Image = <tabber>
|Theme = [[Island Xtreme Stunts]]
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|-|Original=[[File:Adv039.jpg|250px]]
|Accessories = Ultimate Swag
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|-|Orient Expedition=[[File:Adv025.jpg|250px]]
|Variations = None, he is unique
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</tabber>
|Years = Forever
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|Theme =[[Adventurers]]
|Appearances = the best games ever made
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|Accessories =[[Gun]], [[Hat]], [[Helmet]]
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|Variations =
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|Years = [[1998]], [[2000]], [[2003]]
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|Appearances =[[2541 Adventures Car]]<br />[[2879 Desert Expedition]]<br />[[5909 Treasure Raiders set with Mummy Storage Container]]<br />[[5920 Island Racer]]<br />[[5955 All Terrain Trapper]]<br />[[5975 T-Rex Transport]]<br />[[5978 The Secret of the Sphinx]]<br />[[5987 Dino Research Compound]]<br />[[5988 Pharaoh's Forbidden Ruins]]<br />[[7409 Secret of the Tomb]]<br />[[7417 Temple of Mount Everest]]<br />[[7416 Emperor's Ship]]<br />[[5914 Sam Sinister and Baby T]]<br />[[7424 Black Cruiser]]<br />[[7414 Elephant Caravan]]<br />[[7418 Scorpion Palace]]<br />[[7424 Black Cruiser]]<br />''[[LEGO Racers (game)|LEGO Racers]]''<br />''[[LEGO Racers 2]]''<br />''[[LEGO Island 2 The Brickster's Revenge|LEGO Island 2]]''
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|Theme2 = [[Egypt]], [[Dino Island]], [[Orient Expedition]]}}
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{{OtherPage|the Adventurers Orient Expedition minifigure|the Adventurers Egypt minifigure|[[Slyboots]]}}
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'''Lord Sam Sinister''', also known by [[#Name|many other names]] including '''Baron von Barron''' (or '''Baron von Baron'''), '''Sam Sinister''' (or '''Sam Sanister'''), '''Evil Eye''', '''Mr. Hates''', and '''Samuel Von Barron''', is the main villain from the [[Adventurers]] and [[Orient Expedition]] [[List of themes|themes]]. Sinister competes with Johnny Thunder in all of the [[Adventurers]] sub-themes (except for the [[1999]] [[Jungle]] theme) as they search for ancient artifacts and treasures from around the world.
   
'''Pepper Roni''' is the ultimate badass and a god damn savage, this delivery boi is a prophet of the church of pizaz who delivers pizzas and no matter how many times you admins remove this page we will strike back, He is a skateboard pro who can't read or spell very well, however he is surprisingly great at doing meth. Because of his poor literature ability, he was deported back to Mexico.
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== Description ==
Oh yeah the poor fucker's also adopted because [[Bologna Roni]] was shanked in a dark alleyway by the local chav, [[The Brickster]], and his mom was the local lego prostitute. So [[Mama Brickolini|Mama and]] [[Papa Brickolini|Papa Dumbass]] decided to adopt him, cause they needed a cute delivery boy.
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Sinister has a hook in place of his left hand. He has a monocle over his right eye, a large handlebar mustache (depicted as mutton chops in ''World Club Magazine'' comics), and a scar on his left cheek. He generally wears a tan shirt, which slightly resembles [[Johnny Thunder]]'s torso printing, a pair of white epaulets, and either a pith helmet or an aviator helmet.
   
==Lego Island Games==
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In Orient Expedition, Lord Sinister received an updated design. He wears a black version of his original shirt, with a white scarf sporting around his neck, and his pith helmet is replaced with a top hat. His facial printing now sports a small, pointed goatee. His epaulets are entirely removed.
=== [[5731 LEGO Island|LEGO Island]] ===
 
1997 and 2001 is when the best games ever released came out, Lego Island and Lego Island 2. Portal what? Half-Life who? Basically Lego Island 1 is a fucking mess let me tell you, it starts with you filling out these shitty races, but you can only access the main story of the game as Pepper Roni, cause this is before the SJW age and nobody would get triggered over [[Mama Brickolini|a female]] not being able to make it to the main story.
 
Basically once you make it to the main story, you have to deliver a pizza to the [[Brickster]], even tho the sign says no pizza you fucking retard. You give him the pizza, and the Bricksters melts the cell lock and hijacks the police helicopter. The police shortly arrive and instead of getting your ass arrested for freeing the only criminal in Lego Island, the police simply doesn't give a shit because this means they can finally get off their lazy ass and do their job. Which is not what they do, they send a illiterate child to stop the Brickster, which he somehow has enough brain cells to do.
 
[[File:fucking_dank.png|thumb|284x284px|'''''you better fucking let him in''''']]
 
   
=== [[5774 LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge|LEGO Island 2]] ===
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== Name ==
In Lego Island 2 he's back, and he still can't fucking read even though it's been 4 god damn years between games, his adoptive parents once again gives Pepper the task of delivering a pizza to the jailed Brickster. However Pepper Roni is in his emo phase, and kills his adoptive parents as they confiscated his skateboard, then he went on a school shooting with the Brickster, but he didn't become an hero like Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris.
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As with all other Adventurers Egypt characters, Lord Sam Sinister has used a variety of names in different regions, and has even changed names multiple times over the years. This character is considered one of the most notable cases, with LEGO even joking about it occasionally; the [[Infomaniac]] wonders if Mr. Hates will change his name, and the [[Detective (Minifigures)|Detective]]'s bio mentions the "Sam Sinister Switcheroo" referring to this character switching names with [[Slyboots]].
He should've had a life sentence for wiping out his school, but since that he's the only one that can be bothered to save the island from the Brickster (basically rendering the police useless), [[Laura Brick]] just tells Pepper not to do it again.
 
[[File:don't mess with pepper.jpg|thumb|284x284px|'''''was delivering a pizza so fucking hard?''''']]
 
   
=== [[Island Xtreme Stunts (Game)|Island Xtreme Stunts]] ===
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In North America, the character was originally named '''Baron von Barron''' in ''LEGO Mania Magazine'' January/February 1998.<ref>''LEGO Mania Magazine'' January/February 1998 - [http://biomediaproject.com/bmp/files/LEGO/gfx/LegoManiaMagazine/1998/1%20January/02%20Jan%2098.jpg Page 2]</ref> This name is also used in 1998-1999 [[Shop At Home]] catalogs,<ref>Shop At Home January 1998 - [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/nori-gallery/series-adventurers/adventurers/catalogs/sh1998_january01.jpg Page 8]</ref> ''[[LEGO Racers (game)|LEGO Racers]]'', ''[[Standing Small: A Celebration of 30 Years of the LEGO Minifigure]]'',<ref name=SS>''Standing Small'' - [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/nori-gallery/series-adventurers/adventurers/the-lego-book/02-01.jpg Page 36], [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/nori-gallery/series-adventurers/adventurers/the-lego-book/02-02.jpg Page 37], [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/nori-gallery/series-adventurers/adventurers/the-lego-book/02-04.jpg Page 38]</ref> and ''[[2856195 LEGO Minifigure Ultimate Sticker Collection]]''. This name has been alternatively spelled '''Baron von Baron''', such as in ''LEGO Mania Magazine'' November/December 1998 (which uses both spellings on the same page)<ref>''LEGO Mania Magazine'' November/December 1998 - [http://biomediaproject.com/bmp/files/LEGO/gfx/LegoManiaMagazine/1998/6%20November/02%20Nov%2098.jpg Page 2]</ref> and the online LEGO Shop descriptions for [[5955 All Terrain Trapper]] and [[5975 T-Rex Transport]].<ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20020222085518/http://shop.lego.com/ProductInfo.asp?product_number=5955 LEGO Shop - All Terrain Trapper 5955]</ref><ref>[http://web.archive.org/web/20020301015306/http://shop.lego.com/ProductInfo.asp?product_number=5975 LEGO Shop - T-Rex Transport (5975)]</ref>
[[File:ADMINS_DONT_HATE_MEH_PLOX_YA_BOIS.png|left|thumb|220x220px]]
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Pepper is now a teenager, and is an Avid User of Methamphetamine, as his adopted mother told him that being addicted is good for your eyes. Unlike the first two game's Pepper is now a silent hero due to his Vietnam flashback, but can say full exclamations when doing stunt work. And the Brickster is free again because the police in this island have a total of 1 whole brain cell. He tries to kill Pepper during filming and nobody seems to give a shit.
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In the United Kingdom, the character was originally named '''Evil Eye''' in ''[[Bricks 'n' Pieces]]'' March/April 1998.<ref>''Bricks 'n' Pieces'' March/April 1998 - [https://www.stonewars.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Bricks_n_Pieces.jpg Pages 2-3]</ref> This name is corroborated by [[5928 Bi-Wing Baron]], which is called "5928 Evil Eye's Bi-plane" in the UK.<ref>[[:File:1998 Medium UK Cat Adventurers.jpg]]</ref> ''Bricks 'n' Pieces'' also advertises an Adventurers cartoon using this name.<ref>''Bricks 'n' Pieces'' March/April 1998 - [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/nori-gallery/series-adventurers/temp/desig_lettheadventurebegin.jpg Page 15]</ref>
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In Germany, the character was originally named '''Mr. Hates''' in ''LEGO World Club Magazine'' March/April 1998<ref>''LEGO World Club Magazine'' March/April 1998 - [https://www.rockraidersunited.com/uploads/gallery/album_403/gallery_5772_403_590461.jpg Page 4]</ref> as well as in the audio drama ''Die Jagd nach dem Pharaonenschatz''.<ref name=Discogs>[https://www.discogs.com/Susanne-Schindler-G%C3%BCnther-Die-Jagd-Nach-Dem-Pharaonenschatz/release/7178604 Susanne Schindler-Günther ‎– Die Jagd Nach Dem Pharaonenschatz (1998, Cassette) | Discogs]</ref> This name is also used in other countries, as seen in the Danish language version of ''LEGO Racers'' (although he introduces himself as Baron von Baron in his opening cutscene)<ref name=RRU>[https://www.rockraidersunited.com/topic/4820-lego-time-cruisers-comics/?do=findComment&comment=96501 LEGO Time Cruisers Comics - Page 4 - LEGO Media Content - Rock Raiders United]</ref><ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNqcb3uZ9Fc [DANSK<nowiki>]</nowiki> Let's Play Lego Racers - Episode 3]</ref> and on a Japanese sticker sheet for Dino Island.<ref>[https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?G=Gstk037#T=S&O={%22iconly%22:0} BrickLink - Gear Gstk037: Lego Sticker Sheet, Adventurers Sheet of 11 (4324846) [Sticker Sheet:Adventurers:Dino Island<nowiki>]</nowiki> - BrickLink Reference Catalog]</ref> Notably, this name appears in various English sources, including ''[[The Curse of the Mummy - An Interactive Puzzle Book]]'',<ref>[https://www.amazon.com/Curse-Mummy-Lego-Story-Puzzles/dp/1862087008 Curse of the Mummy (Lego Story Puzzles): 9781862087002: Amazon.com: Books]</ref> ''[[LEGO Adventures! Magazine Issue 6]]'',<ref>[[:File:LAM6-4.jpg]]</ref> and ''[[5774 LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge]]''.
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A Swedish print ad{{fact}} names this character '''General Galning'''.
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The Spanish language version of ''LEGO Racers'' names this character '''Barón von Tyssen'''.<ref name=RRU/><ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfBlLVd9P9Q LEGO Racers Parte 18 Sendero Amazonico Español]</ref>
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Starting in the Dino Island subtheme, the character was first called '''Sam Sinister''' in North America's ''LEGO Mania Magazine'' September/October 2000; confusingly, this issue refers to him as "Sam Sinister (aka Baron von Barron)" despite each name belonging to a separate character in the Egypt line.<ref>''LEGO Mania Magazine'' September/October 2000 - [http://biomediaproject.com/bmp/files/LEGO/gfx/LegoManiaMagazine/2000/5%20September/02%20Sep%2000.jpg Page 2]</ref> The name was also used in most 2000-2001 LEGO Shop At Home catalogs<ref>Shop At Home Fall 2000 - [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/nori-gallery/series-adventurers/adventurers/catalogs/sh2000_fall01.jpg Page 4]</ref> and some online LEGO Shop product descriptions for the Dino Island theme,<ref name=BabyT>[http://web.archive.org/web/20020228022623/http://shop.lego.com/ProductInfo.asp?product_number=5914 LEGO Shop - Sam Sinister & Baby T (5914)]</ref> and he would continue to be called Sam Sinister in online media such as [[The Lost Treasure of Ancient Greece]] and the LEGO Adventurers Minifigure Handbook. Adding to the confusion, this name is sometimes alternatively spelled '''Sam Sanister''', such as on the box art of [[5914 Sam Sinister and Baby T|5914 Sam Sanister and Baby T]] (although the online LEGO Shop calls the same set "5914 Sam Sinister and Baby T"),<ref name=BabyT/> German and Polish 2000 LEGO catalogs,<ref>German 2000 LEGO catalog - [https://www.stonewars.de/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Catalog_DinoIsland_2000.jpg Pages 56-57]</ref><ref>Polish 2000 LEGO catalog - [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/nori-gallery/series-adventurers/adventurers/catalogs/2000b_01.jpg Pages 56], [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/nori-gallery/series-adventurers/adventurers/catalogs/2000b_02.jpg Page 57]</ref> and ''[[LEGO Racers 2]]''. ''World Club Magazine'' uses both spellings in different issues: Number 2 2000 calls him Sam Sanister,<ref>''LEGO World Club Magazine'' Number 2 2000 - [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Phyoohrii/stuff/blogstuff/clubmagazines/june2000/june_2000_11.jpg Page 11]</ref> while Number 3 2000 calls him Sam Sinister.<ref>''LEGO World Club Magazine'' Number 3 2000 - [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Phyoohrii/stuff/blogstuff/clubmagazines/september2000/september_2000_04.jpg Page 4]</ref>
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According to a user on Lugnet,<ref>[https://news.lugnet.com/adventurers/?n=1156 LEGO SYSTEM Adventurers : 1156]</ref> the character was known as '''Alex Gluipstra''' in the Netherlands during the Dino Island theme.{{fact}}
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The Orient Expedition subtheme would firmly establish '''Lord Sam Sinister''' (or simply '''Lord Sinister''') as the character's name, using this name for all printed and online media in multiple languages. This name would continue to be used throughout the 2000s, including [[LEGOLAND Parks]] Land of Adventure attractions such as [[The Lost Kingdom Adventure]]<ref>[https://www.sallydarkrides.com/dark-rides/lost-kingdom-adventure Lost Kingdom Adventure Dark Ride by Sally Dark Rides]</ref> and ''Journey to the Lost Temple''.<ref name=Journey>[https://www.ramadaoceanside.com/Attractions-Oceanside-California.php Contact Ramada Inn Oceanside California CA Hotels Motels Accomodations]</ref>
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According to a fan website,<ref>[https://www.oocities.org/enchantedforest/cottage/5900/WhoIsWho/MrHates.html Who is Who? Mr. Hates]</ref> the character was sometimes known as '''Ulrich Unhold''' during the Orient Expedition theme.{{fact}}
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As previously mentioned, the books ''Standing Small'' and ''LEGO Minifigure Ultimate Sticker Collection'' revert the character's name back to Baron Von Barron for the first time since 2000. However, these books contain [[User blog:Jamesster.LEGO/Standing Small screw-ups|multiple errors]], such as referring to Slyboots as "Lord Sam Sinister"<!--referring to Slyboots as "Sam Sinister" would be correct, but "Lord Sam Sinister" was never used for this character--> and "Mr. Hates",<ref name=SS/><ref>''LEGO Minifigure Ultimate Sticker Collection'' - [http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-6LuULNoi-cw/UZdYs_bzFPI/AAAAAAAAAMc/cbh0yRXh2uk/s1600/IMG_3061.JPG Page 13]</ref> while ''[[The LEGO Book]]'' also refers to Lord Sam Sinister as the recurring villain of Dino Island and Orient Expedition.<ref>''[[The LEGO Book]]'' - [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/nori-gallery/series-adventurers/adventurers/the-lego-book/01-01.jpg Page 91]</ref> The later 2012 edition of ''The LEGO Book'' addressed this by clarifying the difference between the original Sam Sinister and the later Lord Sinister, as well as listing some of their alternate names.<ref>''[[The LEGO Book]] Expanded and Fully Revised'' - [http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/nori-gallery/series-adventurers/adventurers/the-lego-book/03-03.jpg Page 100]</ref>
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In 2020, the [[10273 Haunted House]] press release<ref>[https://www.lego.com/en-us/aboutus/news/2020/may/lego-haunted-house-2020/ LEGO Haunted House 2020 - About us - LEGO.com US]</ref> and online description<ref>[https://www.lego.com/en-us/hauntedhouse LEGO Haunted House | LEGO Creator Expert | LEGO.com | Official LEGO Shop US]</ref> refer to this character as '''Samuel Von Barron''', combining his two most well-known names "Baron von Barron" and "Lord Sam Sinister". The designer video only refers to him as Baron von Barron.<ref name=DesignerVideo>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIuGpNGpd4c LEGO Haunted House | Scary Theme Park Ride | Designer Video 10273]</ref>
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== Background ==
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=== Egypt ===
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In the Egypt subtheme, Baron von Barron and [[Slyboots]] are the two main villains plotting to steal the [[Re-Gou Ruby]].
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In ''Johnny Thunder and the Lost Ruby'', Baron von Barron successfully takes the Re-Gou. However, he becomes trapped in the Pharaoh's Forbidden Ruins with [[Pharaoh Hotep]], who tortures him by telling endless bad "mummy" puns and jokes.
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=== LEGO Racers ===
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[[File:LEGO Racers - Baron Von Barrons Opening|thumb|300px|Sinister's cutscene in LEGO Racers]]
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In ''[[LEGO Racers (game)|LEGO Racers]]'', Baron von Barron is the boss of the 5th circuit. His preferred tactic is using powered-up blue bricks to shield himself. This is one of the few places he is shown to have a German accent. Much like [[Captain Redbeard]], his in-game model does not have epaulets.
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In ''[[LEGO Racers 2]]'', Sam Sanister was the boss of the [[Dino Island]] world, driving his super-fast Island Racer. He had to be defeated in a race in order to acquire a very powerful power-up for the player's car engine. His epaulets and hook are missing from his model, leading him to be depicted with two normal hands.
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=== Dino Island ===
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After being absent from the Amazon subtheme, Sam Sinister returns as the villain of the Dino Island subtheme. This time, he is teamed up with his sister [[Alexia Sinister]] and his henchman [[Mr. Cunningham]]. Their goal is to capture dinosaurs and profit off of them by opening a dino theme park.
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=== LEGO Island ===
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In ''[[LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge]]'', Mr. Hates captured Dinosaurs. The player had to save them by flying a hot air balloon, winching them out of cages, and then had to drop sandbags on Mr. Hates so that he would fall off his brontosaurus, which shoots fire to stop you. He spoke in an English accent, and was assumed to be working for [[The Brickster]].
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=== Soccer Mania ===
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He makes cameo in a cutscene in ''[[5784 Soccer Mania]]''. However, he is not a playable character or even a member of the Adventurers Villains team.
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=== Minifig Handbook ===
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Sam Sinister appears in the LEGO Adventurers Minifig Handbook, which is based on Johnny Thunder's Journal. The journal describes Johnny Thunder's adventures to Brazil, Mt. McKinley, and Colorado River, with Sinister constantly sabotaging their journey and stealing their treasures. In the end, the Adventurers take back the stolen treasures while Sinister is asleep.
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=== The Lost Treasure ===
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Sam Sinister appears as the main villain of this Flash online game on the LEGO Adventurers website. He is given a unique design, resembling his classic appearance but with a black top hat and a red hook.
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Sam Sinister follows the Adventurers to Greece, where he plans to steal the Golden Bull of King Minos. He steals the map to the [[Minotaur (Adventurers)|Minotaur]]'s labyrinth and acts as an enemy during the maze minigame. He uses a jetpack to scale a large cliff, only to crash once the jetpack malfunctions, allowing Johnny to tie him up.
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=== Orient Expedition ===
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The newly-redesigned Lord Sam Sinister is the main villain of the Orient Expedition subtheme. He pursues the Adventurers across Asia, allying with other villains such as [[Maharaja Lallu]], [[Ngan Pa]], and [[Emperor Chang Wu]] in his plot to steal the golden treasures of Marco Polo.
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=== LEGOLAND Parks ===
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In [[The Lost Kingdom Adventure]] ride in [[LEGOLAND]] California, Lord Sam Sinister appears to be the main villain.
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Lord Sam Sinister also appeared in a prominent role of the live musical show, ''Journey to the Lost Temple''.
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=== Creator ===
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[[10273 Haunted House]] is named the Manor Von Barron and is portrayed as the residence of this character. Samuel Von Barron is prominently featured in the set's marketing and lore. While he does not make a physical appearance as a minifigure, he is depicted in the cursed portrait of Samuel von Barron. According to the set's lore, Samuel von Barron was driven mad by Pharaoh Hotep's bad puns (referencing the ending of ''Johnny Thunder and the Lost Ruby''), leading him to install the Madman's Elevator in his manor.
   
Pepper Roni still doesn't know that he is adopted, but then again he can't read.
 
 
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
* Pepper's full name is a pun on the pizza topping ''pepperroni''. (Really we couldn't figure that out by ourselves)
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* In ''Die Jagd nach dem Pharaonenschatz'', Mr. Hates is voiced by Klaus-Peter Kähler.<ref name=Discogs/> In ''Journey to the Lost Temple'', Lord Sam Sinister was portrayed by multiple actors, including Marty Martin, Drew Larson, and Jaysen Waller.<ref name=Journey/>
* Pepper and the Brickster rank 5th in Encyclopedia Dramatica's FPS Co-op High Score.
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* In the preliminary design document for an unproduced Adventurers-themed ''[[5731 LEGO Island]]'' sequel (with the working title ''DIG''),<ref>[https://twitter.com/ProfBrickkeeper/status/1260647851840831489 Ben Davies on Twitter: "Seems a suitable day to share this... Preliminary design document artwork for Mindscape's unproduced LEGO Adventurers game (working title DIG), which would have been the third game in the LEGO Island series." / Twitter]</ref> this character was named '''Colonel or Baron von Brickoff of Buildovia'''. The document mentions that he often changes his name and story.<ref>[https://twitter.com/ProfBrickkeeper/status/1264322733120327685 Ben Davies on Twitter: "At least it was in-character." / Twitter]</ref>
* Pepper, along with the [[Infomaniac]], and [[Sky Lane]] are fucking dumb.
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* In ''LEGO Island 2'', Mr. Hates was originally planned to make a comeback along with [[Cedric The Bull]]; he would have appeared during the Asteroids Belt game in an enemy ship shooting lasers, and in Brickster's Palace as an obstacle or possibly a boss while the player is ascending up the tower. Due to the game being severely rushed, this was scrapped; however, unused voice clips for him meant for these areas can still be found in the [https://tcrf.net/LEGO_Island_2:_The_Brickster%27s_Revenge_(Windows)/Unused_Dialogue#Ogel_Island game's files]
* He may appear in the set How to kill yourself with drugs, as the minifigure in that set has the same head and the same pants color as the Holy Pepper, this is known as an impostor, or maybe Meth took a toll.
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* In the Designer Video for 10273 Haunted House, senior LEGO designer Carl Merriam is dressed as Samuel von Barron.<ref name=DesignerVideo/>
* Pepper's eyes are blue in his first appearence, but in [[LEGO Island 2]] they were changed to black. But they are still blue in the opening and ending movie. In [[Island Xtreme Stunts]] they remain black. A fact that nobody gives a fuck about.
 
* Despite being ''the'' main character of the [[LEGO Island]] trilogy, there is little knowledge of any of Pepper's family, aside from their names because of the Brickster shanking them.
 
* He was taught how to do meths [[File:puper_reno.png|thumb|220x220px]]by [[Laura Brick]], as he shot up his school.
 
* Pepper is quite dumb, this can be proven not just by the fact that he can't read, but by the fact that he let the Brickster free TWICE under the same circumstances of giving him a pizza.
 
   
== Appearance ==
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== LEGO Description ==
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{{QuoteLEGO.com
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|Other source = ''LEGO Mania Magazine'' January/February 1998
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|Description from LEGO.com='''BARON VON BARRON'''<br/>
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The Baron collects rare treasures from around the world and keeps them for himself. Even though it looks like the Baron is a real bad, bad guy, he really takes orders from the sinister Sam Sinister.
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=== [[Video Game]] Appearances ===
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{{QuoteLEGO.com
* ''[[5731 LEGO Island]]''
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|Other source = ''[[Bricks 'n' Pieces]]'' March/April 1998
* ''[[5774 LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge]]''
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|Description from LEGO.com='''Evil Eye'''<br/>
* ''[[Island Xtreme Stunts (Game)]]''
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A real 'baddie', Evil Eye searches the world for buried treasure to add to his collection. He's very, very bad and very, very rich.
* The fact that he doesn't have more games is a huge mistake in Lego's part, he will have his revenge.
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|Other source = ''LEGO Mania Magazine'' November/December 1998
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|Description from LEGO.com='''Bad Guys Sam Sinister and Baron von Baron<!--do not change to "Barron"-->'''<br/>
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Even the treasure-stealing Sam Sinister and Baron von Barron<!--do not change to "Baron"--> exchange holiday gifts. They just don't wrap them. It's too hard to wrap a snake or scorpion.
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|Other source = ''[[LEGO Adventures! Magazine Issue 6]]''
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|Description from LEGO.com='''Mr'''<sup>[''sic'']</sup>''' Hates and Slyboots'''<br/>
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Sneaky bad guys out to steal the Adventurers' discoveries!
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|Other source = ''LEGO Mania Magazine'' September/October 2000
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|Description from LEGO.com='''Sam Sinister <small>(aka Baron von Barron)</small>'''<br/>
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Sam's hobby is stealing rare treasures for his own collection. The only person that has ever stopped him is Johnny Thunder. Sam says that if Johnny gets in his way he will use him as bait in a T-Rex trap.
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|Product page URL=https://web.archive.org/web/20030402152008/http://www.lego.com/eng/orient/bios.asp
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|Description from LEGO.com='''Lord Sam Sinister'''<br/>
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Lord Sinister is Johnny's arch enemy. He is selfish and evil, with no limits to his ambition or greed. He has a huge private collection of ancient and valuable treasures from around the world and is always on the hunt for more.
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|Other source = ''LEGO Magazine'' March-April 2003
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|Description from LEGO.com='''LORD SAM SINISTER'''<br/>
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Clever and greedy, he will do anything to get his hands on ancient treasures!
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|Product page URL=https://www.lego.com/en-us/hauntedhouse
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|Description from LEGO.com='''Samuel von Barron'''<br/>
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Manor von Barron was once the home of Samuel von Barron, one of the world's greatest villains. He travelled the globe in search of ancient artefacts to steal for his private collection. But, after snatching the Re-Gou Ruby from the tomb of Pharaoh Hotep, Von Barron met his fate - and the Pharaoh cursed Manor von Barron for a thousand generations!
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Though Samuel may be gone, the von Barron curse still haunts the house to this very day.
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== Appearances ==
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* [[2879 Desert Expedition]]
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* [[3722 Treasure Tomb]] {{C|Original}}
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* [[5909 Treasure Raiders]] {{C|Original}}
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* [[5914 Sam Sinister and Baby T]] {{C|Original}}
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* [[5919 Treasure Tomb]] {{C|Original}}
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* [[5948 Desert Expedition]] {{C|Original}}
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* [[5955 All Terrain Trapper]] {{C|Original}}
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* [[5975 T-Rex Transport]] {{C|Original}}
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* [[5978 Sphinx Secret Surprise]] {{C|Original}}
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* [[5988 Pharaoh's Forbidden Ruins]] {{C|Original}}
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* [[2541 Adventures Car]] {{C|Original Without Eggplates}}
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* [[5928 Bi-Wing Baron]] {{C|Original With Brown Pilot Helmet}}
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* [[5920 Island Racer]] {{C|Original With Grey Pilot Helmet}}
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* [[3381 Lord Sam Sinister]] {{C|Orient Expedition Variation}}
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* [[7409 Secret of the Tomb]] {{C|Orient Expedition Variation}}
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* [[7414 Elephant Caravan]] {{C|Orient Expedition Variation}}
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* [[7416 Emperor's Ship]] {{C|Orient Expedition Variation}}
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* [[7418 Scorpion Palace]] {{C|Orient Expedition Variation}}
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* [[7419 Dragon Fortress]] {{C|Orient Expedition Variation}}
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* [[7424 Black Cruiser]] {{C|Orient Expedition Variation}}
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* [[7417 Temple of Mount Everest]] {{C|Orient Expedition Variation With Black Pilot Helmet}}
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;Video Game Appearances
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* ''[[LEGO Racers (Game)]]''
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* ''[[LEGO Racers 2]]''
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* ''[[LEGO Island 2]]''
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* ''[[5784 Soccer Mania]]'' (cameo in a cutscene only)
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== Variations ==
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|txt3=[[5928 Bi-Wing Baron|Bi-Wing Baron]] Pilot
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|txt4=[[5920 Island Racer|Island Racer]] Driver
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|txt5=Lord Sam Sinister
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|txt6=Lord Sam Sinister as a Pilot
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== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
<gallery captionalign="left">
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pepper_pig.png|There can only be one Pepper.
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Sam_Sanister3.jpg
END_MY_SUFFERING.png|Pepper's back!
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Lordsinister.gif|The computer-generation of Sam Sinister
pepper roni vs tord.png|The battle of the ages
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Lego mania magazine jan feb 1998 adventurers bios.jpg|Bio in the January–February 1998 LEGO Mania Magazine
magical.png|Pepper Roni's magical, no question.
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OE lord sam sinister.png|LEGO.com artwork/bio
fuhrer pepper.jpg|A born leader of men.
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Sam Sinister LR1.png|Baron Von Barron in LEGO Racers
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Sam Sinister.png|Sam Sanister in LEGO Racers 2. Note the missing hook hand
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Sam Sinister GBA.png|Sam Sinister in the GBA version of LEGO Racers 2
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baron football.png|Baron/Sam's cutscene cameo in Soccer Mania
 
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== See Also ==
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==References==
*[[Mama Brickolini]]
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*[[Papa Brickolini]]
 
*[[Hotpot Brickolini]]
 
*[[Rosie Brickolini]]
 
*[[Bologna Roni]]
 
*[[Brickster|the Brickster]]
 
*meths recipe
 
*2001 Lego Island High School Massacre
 
   
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Revision as of 18:51, May 30, 2020

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This article is about the Adventurers Orient Expedition minifigure. For the Adventurers Egypt minifigure, see Slyboots.

Lord Sam Sinister, also known by many other names including Baron von Barron (or Baron von Baron), Sam Sinister (or Sam Sanister), Evil Eye, Mr. Hates, and Samuel Von Barron, is the main villain from the Adventurers and Orient Expedition themes. Sinister competes with Johnny Thunder in all of the Adventurers sub-themes (except for the 1999 Jungle theme) as they search for ancient artifacts and treasures from around the world.

Description

Sinister has a hook in place of his left hand. He has a monocle over his right eye, a large handlebar mustache (depicted as mutton chops in World Club Magazine comics), and a scar on his left cheek. He generally wears a tan shirt, which slightly resembles Johnny Thunder's torso printing, a pair of white epaulets, and either a pith helmet or an aviator helmet.

In Orient Expedition, Lord Sinister received an updated design. He wears a black version of his original shirt, with a white scarf sporting around his neck, and his pith helmet is replaced with a top hat. His facial printing now sports a small, pointed goatee. His epaulets are entirely removed.

Name

As with all other Adventurers Egypt characters, Lord Sam Sinister has used a variety of names in different regions, and has even changed names multiple times over the years. This character is considered one of the most notable cases, with LEGO even joking about it occasionally; the Infomaniac wonders if Mr. Hates will change his name, and the Detective's bio mentions the "Sam Sinister Switcheroo" referring to this character switching names with Slyboots.

In North America, the character was originally named Baron von Barron in LEGO Mania Magazine January/February 1998.[1] This name is also used in 1998-1999 Shop At Home catalogs,[2] LEGO Racers, Standing Small: A Celebration of 30 Years of the LEGO Minifigure,[3] and 2856195 LEGO Minifigure Ultimate Sticker Collection. This name has been alternatively spelled Baron von Baron, such as in LEGO Mania Magazine November/December 1998 (which uses both spellings on the same page)[4] and the online LEGO Shop descriptions for 5955 All Terrain Trapper and 5975 T-Rex Transport.[5][6]

In the United Kingdom, the character was originally named Evil Eye in Bricks 'n' Pieces March/April 1998.[7] This name is corroborated by 5928 Bi-Wing Baron, which is called "5928 Evil Eye's Bi-plane" in the UK.[8] Bricks 'n' Pieces also advertises an Adventurers cartoon using this name.[9]

In Germany, the character was originally named Mr. Hates in LEGO World Club Magazine March/April 1998[10] as well as in the audio drama Die Jagd nach dem Pharaonenschatz.[11] This name is also used in other countries, as seen in the Danish language version of LEGO Racers (although he introduces himself as Baron von Baron in his opening cutscene)[12][13] and on a Japanese sticker sheet for Dino Island.[14] Notably, this name appears in various English sources, including The Curse of the Mummy - An Interactive Puzzle Book,[15] LEGO Adventures! Magazine Issue 6,[16] and 5774 LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge.

A Swedish print ad[source?] names this character General Galning.

The Spanish language version of LEGO Racers names this character Barón von Tyssen.[12][17]

Starting in the Dino Island subtheme, the character was first called Sam Sinister in North America's LEGO Mania Magazine September/October 2000; confusingly, this issue refers to him as "Sam Sinister (aka Baron von Barron)" despite each name belonging to a separate character in the Egypt line.[18] The name was also used in most 2000-2001 LEGO Shop At Home catalogs[19] and some online LEGO Shop product descriptions for the Dino Island theme,[20] and he would continue to be called Sam Sinister in online media such as The Lost Treasure of Ancient Greece and the LEGO Adventurers Minifigure Handbook. Adding to the confusion, this name is sometimes alternatively spelled Sam Sanister, such as on the box art of 5914 Sam Sanister and Baby T (although the online LEGO Shop calls the same set "5914 Sam Sinister and Baby T"),[20] German and Polish 2000 LEGO catalogs,[21][22] and LEGO Racers 2. World Club Magazine uses both spellings in different issues: Number 2 2000 calls him Sam Sanister,[23] while Number 3 2000 calls him Sam Sinister.[24]

According to a user on Lugnet,[25] the character was known as Alex Gluipstra in the Netherlands during the Dino Island theme.[source?]

The Orient Expedition subtheme would firmly establish Lord Sam Sinister (or simply Lord Sinister) as the character's name, using this name for all printed and online media in multiple languages. This name would continue to be used throughout the 2000s, including LEGOLAND Parks Land of Adventure attractions such as The Lost Kingdom Adventure[26] and Journey to the Lost Temple.[27]

According to a fan website,[28] the character was sometimes known as Ulrich Unhold during the Orient Expedition theme.[source?]

As previously mentioned, the books Standing Small and LEGO Minifigure Ultimate Sticker Collection revert the character's name back to Baron Von Barron for the first time since 2000. However, these books contain multiple errors, such as referring to Slyboots as "Lord Sam Sinister" and "Mr. Hates",[3][29] while The LEGO Book also refers to Lord Sam Sinister as the recurring villain of Dino Island and Orient Expedition.[30] The later 2012 edition of The LEGO Book addressed this by clarifying the difference between the original Sam Sinister and the later Lord Sinister, as well as listing some of their alternate names.[31]

In 2020, the 10273 Haunted House press release[32] and online description[33] refer to this character as Samuel Von Barron, combining his two most well-known names "Baron von Barron" and "Lord Sam Sinister". The designer video only refers to him as Baron von Barron.[34]

Background

Egypt

In the Egypt subtheme, Baron von Barron and Slyboots are the two main villains plotting to steal the Re-Gou Ruby.

In Johnny Thunder and the Lost Ruby, Baron von Barron successfully takes the Re-Gou. However, he becomes trapped in the Pharaoh's Forbidden Ruins with Pharaoh Hotep, who tortures him by telling endless bad "mummy" puns and jokes.

LEGO Racers

LEGO Racers - Baron Von Barrons Opening

LEGO Racers - Baron Von Barrons Opening

Sinister's cutscene in LEGO Racers

In LEGO Racers, Baron von Barron is the boss of the 5th circuit. His preferred tactic is using powered-up blue bricks to shield himself. This is one of the few places he is shown to have a German accent. Much like Captain Redbeard, his in-game model does not have epaulets.

In LEGO Racers 2, Sam Sanister was the boss of the Dino Island world, driving his super-fast Island Racer. He had to be defeated in a race in order to acquire a very powerful power-up for the player's car engine. His epaulets and hook are missing from his model, leading him to be depicted with two normal hands.

Dino Island

After being absent from the Amazon subtheme, Sam Sinister returns as the villain of the Dino Island subtheme. This time, he is teamed up with his sister Alexia Sinister and his henchman Mr. Cunningham. Their goal is to capture dinosaurs and profit off of them by opening a dino theme park.

LEGO Island

In LEGO Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge, Mr. Hates captured Dinosaurs. The player had to save them by flying a hot air balloon, winching them out of cages, and then had to drop sandbags on Mr. Hates so that he would fall off his brontosaurus, which shoots fire to stop you. He spoke in an English accent, and was assumed to be working for The Brickster.

Soccer Mania

He makes cameo in a cutscene in 5784 Soccer Mania. However, he is not a playable character or even a member of the Adventurers Villains team.

Minifig Handbook

Sam Sinister appears in the LEGO Adventurers Minifig Handbook, which is based on Johnny Thunder's Journal. The journal describes Johnny Thunder's adventures to Brazil, Mt. McKinley, and Colorado River, with Sinister constantly sabotaging their journey and stealing their treasures. In the end, the Adventurers take back the stolen treasures while Sinister is asleep.

The Lost Treasure

Sam Sinister appears as the main villain of this Flash online game on the LEGO Adventurers website. He is given a unique design, resembling his classic appearance but with a black top hat and a red hook.

Sam Sinister follows the Adventurers to Greece, where he plans to steal the Golden Bull of King Minos. He steals the map to the Minotaur's labyrinth and acts as an enemy during the maze minigame. He uses a jetpack to scale a large cliff, only to crash once the jetpack malfunctions, allowing Johnny to tie him up.

Orient Expedition

The newly-redesigned Lord Sam Sinister is the main villain of the Orient Expedition subtheme. He pursues the Adventurers across Asia, allying with other villains such as Maharaja Lallu, Ngan Pa, and Emperor Chang Wu in his plot to steal the golden treasures of Marco Polo.

LEGOLAND Parks

In The Lost Kingdom Adventure ride in LEGOLAND California, Lord Sam Sinister appears to be the main villain.

Lord Sam Sinister also appeared in a prominent role of the live musical show, Journey to the Lost Temple.

Creator

10273 Haunted House is named the Manor Von Barron and is portrayed as the residence of this character. Samuel Von Barron is prominently featured in the set's marketing and lore. While he does not make a physical appearance as a minifigure, he is depicted in the cursed portrait of Samuel von Barron. According to the set's lore, Samuel von Barron was driven mad by Pharaoh Hotep's bad puns (referencing the ending of Johnny Thunder and the Lost Ruby), leading him to install the Madman's Elevator in his manor.

Notes

  • In Die Jagd nach dem Pharaonenschatz, Mr. Hates is voiced by Klaus-Peter Kähler.[11] In Journey to the Lost Temple, Lord Sam Sinister was portrayed by multiple actors, including Marty Martin, Drew Larson, and Jaysen Waller.[27]
  • In the preliminary design document for an unproduced Adventurers-themed 5731 LEGO Island sequel (with the working title DIG),[35] this character was named Colonel or Baron von Brickoff of Buildovia. The document mentions that he often changes his name and story.[36]
  • In LEGO Island 2, Mr. Hates was originally planned to make a comeback along with Cedric The Bull; he would have appeared during the Asteroids Belt game in an enemy ship shooting lasers, and in Brickster's Palace as an obstacle or possibly a boss while the player is ascending up the tower. Due to the game being severely rushed, this was scrapped; however, unused voice clips for him meant for these areas can still be found in the game's files
  • In the Designer Video for 10273 Haunted House, senior LEGO designer Carl Merriam is dressed as Samuel von Barron.[34]

LEGO Description

LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a description taken from LEGO Mania Magazine January/February 1998. Do not modify it.

BARON VON BARRON
The Baron collects rare treasures from around the world and keeps them for himself. Even though it looks like the Baron is a real bad, bad guy, he really takes orders from the sinister Sam Sinister.


LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a description taken from Bricks 'n' Pieces March/April 1998. Do not modify it.

Evil Eye
A real 'baddie', Evil Eye searches the world for buried treasure to add to his collection. He's very, very bad and very, very rich.


LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a description taken from LEGO Mania Magazine November/December 1998. Do not modify it.

Bad Guys Sam Sinister and Baron von Baron
Even the treasure-stealing Sam Sinister and Baron von Barron exchange holiday gifts. They just don't wrap them. It's too hard to wrap a snake or scorpion.


LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a description taken from LEGO Adventures! Magazine Issue 6. Do not modify it.

Mr[sic] Hates and Slyboots
Sneaky bad guys out to steal the Adventurers' discoveries!


LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a description taken from LEGO Mania Magazine September/October 2000. Do not modify it.

Sam Sinister (aka Baron von Barron)
Sam's hobby is stealing rare treasures for his own collection. The only person that has ever stopped him is Johnny Thunder. Sam says that if Johnny gets in his way he will use him as bait in a T-Rex trap.


LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Do not modify it. (See an archive of the product’s page)

Lord Sam Sinister
Lord Sinister is Johnny's arch enemy. He is selfish and evil, with no limits to his ambition or greed. He has a huge private collection of ancient and valuable treasures from around the world and is always on the hunt for more.


LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a description taken from LEGO Magazine March-April 2003. Do not modify it.

LORD SAM SINISTER
Clever and greedy, he will do anything to get his hands on ancient treasures!


LEGO.com-icon-yellow This is a description taken from LEGO.com. Do not modify it. (see the source of this quote)

Samuel von Barron
Manor von Barron was once the home of Samuel von Barron, one of the world's greatest villains. He travelled the globe in search of ancient artefacts to steal for his private collection. But, after snatching the Re-Gou Ruby from the tomb of Pharaoh Hotep, Von Barron met his fate - and the Pharaoh cursed Manor von Barron for a thousand generations!

Though Samuel may be gone, the von Barron curse still haunts the house to this very day.


Appearances

Video Game Appearances

Variations

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Sam SinisterNo EpaulettesBi-Wing Baron PilotIsland Racer DriverLord Sam SinisterLord Sam Sinister as a Pilot

Gallery

References

  1. LEGO Mania Magazine January/February 1998 - Page 2
  2. Shop At Home January 1998 - Page 8
  3. 3.0 3.1 Standing Small - Page 36, Page 37, Page 38
  4. LEGO Mania Magazine November/December 1998 - Page 2
  5. LEGO Shop - All Terrain Trapper 5955
  6. LEGO Shop - T-Rex Transport (5975)
  7. Bricks 'n' Pieces March/April 1998 - Pages 2-3
  8. File:1998 Medium UK Cat Adventurers.jpg
  9. Bricks 'n' Pieces March/April 1998 - Page 15
  10. LEGO World Club Magazine March/April 1998 - Page 4
  11. 11.0 11.1 Susanne Schindler-Günther ‎– Die Jagd Nach Dem Pharaonenschatz (1998, Cassette) | Discogs
  12. 12.0 12.1 LEGO Time Cruisers Comics - Page 4 - LEGO Media Content - Rock Raiders United
  13. [DANSK] Let's Play Lego Racers - Episode 3
  14. BrickLink - Gear Gstk037: Lego Sticker Sheet, Adventurers Sheet of 11 (4324846) [Sticker Sheet:Adventurers:Dino Island] - BrickLink Reference Catalog
  15. Curse of the Mummy (Lego Story Puzzles): 9781862087002: Amazon.com: Books
  16. File:LAM6-4.jpg
  17. LEGO Racers Parte 18 Sendero Amazonico Español
  18. LEGO Mania Magazine September/October 2000 - Page 2
  19. Shop At Home Fall 2000 - Page 4
  20. 20.0 20.1 LEGO Shop - Sam Sinister & Baby T (5914)
  21. German 2000 LEGO catalog - Pages 56-57
  22. Polish 2000 LEGO catalog - Pages 56, Page 57
  23. LEGO World Club Magazine Number 2 2000 - Page 11
  24. LEGO World Club Magazine Number 3 2000 - Page 4
  25. LEGO SYSTEM Adventurers : 1156
  26. Lost Kingdom Adventure Dark Ride by Sally Dark Rides
  27. 27.0 27.1 Contact Ramada Inn Oceanside California CA Hotels Motels Accomodations
  28. Who is Who? Mr. Hates
  29. LEGO Minifigure Ultimate Sticker Collection - Page 13
  30. The LEGO Book - Page 91
  31. The LEGO Book Expanded and Fully Revised - Page 100
  32. LEGO Haunted House 2020 - About us - LEGO.com US
  33. LEGO Haunted House | LEGO Creator Expert | LEGO.com | Official LEGO Shop US
  34. 34.0 34.1 LEGO Haunted House | Scary Theme Park Ride | Designer Video 10273
  35. Ben Davies on Twitter: "Seems a suitable day to share this... Preliminary design document artwork for Mindscape's unproduced LEGO Adventurers game (working title DIG), which would have been the third game in the LEGO Island series." / Twitter
  36. Ben Davies on Twitter: "At least it was in-character." / Twitter



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