The Dark Tower II: The Drawing of the Three Characters

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Roland

Roland is a gunslinger, one of the last to be trained in this art. His training provides him with the stamina, strength, and cunning to navigate through a maze of different worlds and their many different ways of life. He analyzes the behavior of others and is always looking out for the weakness in others that he might be able to exploit. He prides himself on his training and expertise and generally finds other people to be slower or weaker than himself. He is able to gauge the strengths and weaknesses of other people in order to control them. Roland is very powerful. When he enters the minds of other people by entering the doorways, he is able to instantly take control of their minds and use their bodies for his own will. On the other hand, he is also intelligent and adaptable enough to use the little...

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