Baron Ragoon
Shangleberth Ragoon
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First appearance: "Baron Ragoon"
Portrayed by: Chris Rathjen
Information
Name: Baron Shangleberth Ragoon
Species: Humanish
Occupation: Baron
Affiliation: The Dark Lord, the Shrike Valley

Baron Shangleberth Ragoon is ruler and steward of the Shrike Valley. He became a Baron at the age of seven after seeing his parents devoured by Smorps. He is a sympathizer of the Dark Lord and a falconer.

The Baron had four children with his wife Karen and at least six bastard children. We later learn that he has 11 children total, and all but four are bastards. His first three children in birth order are his eldest son Shangleberth Jr., and his twins Jayme and Sayme. The twins are creepy and skeletal in appearance and hold hands wherever they go. The Baron swore Shangleberth Jr. to the Dark Lord and hasn't seen him since he came of age, but will sometimes hear from him on the wind. The Baron is planning on getting his son back by arranging a marriage to Princess Trachea-Aurelia for political power. Karen when she was shoved out of a window and into a river of lava.

Shortly after his wife's death The Baron found a new peasant lady friend (who was actually a disguised Tomblain Belaroth in keeping with his plan of infiltration). The Baron seems to be aware of all three of Tomblain Belaroth's spy aliases. He has spent time traveling with 'Hank', under the impression that he was one of the Baron's bastard children, and D'Angelo Capricious who he employs as a falconmaster — both of whom are false identities belonging to Tomblain.

The Baron fought alongside Squibbert, Evil Tannakin, and Blemish with the help of the Dark Lord to stop Usidore's quest by capturing his party in battle at The Vermilion Minotaur. He is now one of the top leaders for the Dark Lord who demands that Arnie continue making the podcast so he can study the transmissions to Earth.

Baron Ragoon is played by Chris Rathjen.

Notes

When the Baron Ragoon was a child, a brown wizard at his court was known as Banjo Pop-Tart. The Baron thought him "a fool: for every great feat, there were ten of bluster."

Episode Appearances

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