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Story: The Origins of Blaster, From "Beyond Thunder Dome"

PostPosted: Thu Jul 23, 2015 10:59 pm
by Jamestown02
This was probably before he met "Master":
I'm working on a project story: linking Mad Max with Blaster Master, the game. Trying to make sense of this. Any ideas, feel free to add too, I'm sure you people have great ideas. This is probably the most and more suitable forum for this because it is a creation.
If you ever played the game "Blaster Master", you'll know that Blaster's real name was Jason Frudnick. He once had a pet frog who escaped and jumped down a hole. Blaster chased after his pet frog named "Fred", who has mutated. He found a vehicle, named Sophia the 3rd.
When Blaster defeated the Plutonium Boss, he has saved the world, well, sort of. But the world was still in a dystopia. People were fighting over oil and were not getting along. This is probably because of the plutonium boss and the underground alien invasion.
Blaster grew weary of battling the mutants and half robots underground, and somewhere along the way he got messed up: his visor was smashed, and his suit taken many hits and was covered in tar. It's all black now. The radiation and battle had affected him mentally too. Therefore someone had to replace his visor with metal crating, and his suit was all black and was obviously missing the chest piece, and the arms, and 1 hand.
Blaster probably saved Master from one of the underground bosses, or something. Blaster's wife "Eve" was from another planet, she couldn't quite get the English down right. It was a change of lifestyle for Blaster, to take orders from a dwarf to run Barter Town.
Blaster's daughter Elfie blames herself for letting her father get killed in Thunder Dome. Her father decided to retire and just try to run Barter Town, forget the underground alien invasion. While the people on the surface world are fighting over oil, Blaster's son Roddie has to battle the underground mutants, aliens, and cyborgs which is the cause of all this chaos in the surface world.
Do you know what would be cool? If there was an epic battle, the people of the surface world were to battle the underground aliens in order to save the world. This would be much more productive than fighting over oil.
Blaster May be dead, but he still does have a legacy, his son Roddie takes his place. Roddie may need help from the surface people to defeat the alien invasion.
-Why need oil and methane when nuclear power and plutonium is available?
-Blaster is still quite small compared to Sophia the 3rd, the vehicle, in Thunder Dome he could have blasted his opposing audience to pieces with his crusher beam or missiles.

Re: Story: The Origins of Blaster, From "Beyond Thunder Dome

PostPosted: Thu Jul 23, 2015 11:25 pm
by seriz
mmmh, "trying to make sens of this" ? Mad Max, with the story of a mutant frog ? :shock:

Re: Story: The Origins of Blaster, From "Beyond Thunder Dome

PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2015 5:58 am
by Jamestown02
Yes, Blaster used to have a frog who got mutated and ran away. http://blastermaster.wikia.com/wiki/Bla ... _intro.jpg As you can see here.

Re: Story: The Origins of Blaster, From "Beyond Thunder Dome

PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2015 6:12 am
by seriz
Yes I know, it's why I find very... euh... peculiar (?) to try to connect stories of mutant frogs into the mad max world...

I mean, nobody try to connect Jurassic Park & Mad Max ? :D

Re: Story: The Origins of Blaster, From "Beyond Thunder Dome

PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2015 3:10 pm
by Nightwalker
Well, the mutated frog could be a product of the radiation effect of the nuclear bomb that is dropped during the MM timeline. Just like Godzilla but on a smaller scale in this case.

Re: Story: The Origins of Blaster, From "Beyond Thunder Dome

PostPosted: Fri Jul 24, 2015 5:23 pm
by Jamestown02
Master has been a better friend to him than his pet frog. Because his frog mutated, took off and turned against him.
It would be good if Master found Roddie, which is Blaster's son. I wonder if he can have "Master" on his back too too now. That would be cool, because Master can fit into places that Roddie can't. That would be for a next Blaster Master game if there is one.