I’m Redhorn Stonethresher, a stoner living in Brooklyn, New York. This character is based off an amalgamation of the top three fictional characters I admired growing up in the eighties: Teen Wolf with his lust for life, Ferris Bueller for his quick wit and shenanigans, and Indiana Jones for his adventurous spirit. I started drawing this character six months ago on the side when I was trying to quit smoking weed, because I thought it would be fun to make comics about being a stoner. It took off pretty quickly as I posted stuff on reddit under the account redhorn_stonethresher. I’ve even gotten to meet a few big name redditors like Andrew Hussie (MS Paint Adventures) and Dan Harmon (Community).
Redhorn stone thresher character acquires some important mental power as he experiences his destiny of becoming a significant and courageous person.
Though they’d already fought some two-legged demons, it was Gus and Three-Finger who discovered the tribe of brutal “three-horned men” who would play such a pivotal role in their lives. The three-horners first became aware of the boys when they heard them outside the wall of their camp.
I haven’t been asked to endorse this character, but I’m sure it’s great.
Maybe you’re making a game that touches on the importance of racial tolerance. Or, maybe you want your game to test a player’s ability to develop empathy. Whatever it is, you’re probably doing a great job so far. On this page, I am going to be talking about how to develop the main character and where I believe you should focus your efforts when designing the character that players will embody throughout the game.
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to the question of which character is best in Redhorn Stonethresher. However, based on the impressions and reviews of those who have played the game, it seems that the best character to play as is the one that best suits your playstyle and preferences.