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In Dungeons & Dragons lore, "Trogdor the Burninator" was thirty year-old Half-Elf, chaotic-neutral Cleric of Taiaii with an affinity for fire. Trogdor was also a very stupid man, deciding that obliterating a tavern with fire would be a good way to interogate a bartender who knew more than he let on. The half-elf was then challenge by a monk and killed the holy man, but only barely. Afterwards, he urinated on the monk's body, then chased after an Elven archer that was in his party. The Elven archer noticed Trogdor forgot to put away his "piece" and promptly shot an arrow into his unguarded crotch, scoring a maximum-damage critical hit which promptly killed the Burninator.

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Trogdor, a chaotic neutral cleric of the goddess credited with creating the world, was very anxious to prove his worth to the party that he had just joined.
by Joseph D. Collins May 1, 2005
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A now-defuncted video game company which was, in the end, purchased by an aggressive bidding by EA Games/Electronic Arts. They created games that impressed players and critics alike, such as Command & Conquer, Nox, Lands of Lore, and Dune. Their last known game was Command & Conquer: Renegade(2002).
"Man, it's too bad EA bought out Westwood Studios."
"Yeah. . . I was hoping for a Red Alert 3 or Tiberian Twilight."
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The one and only add-on for Red Alert 2, Yuri's Revenge is more oriented towards finding and defeating the super-psychic known as "Yuri".

Abbreviation: YR
Man, that Yuri is something else in Yuri's Revenge. . .
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