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"Another satisfied customer!"
- Don Infusio
Don Infusio is just the best guy ever. He's been helping the party day 1 behind the scenes; He was Rick Shades first friend, he helped Molly and Trixie deal with their family issues, he taugh Ramsey about shading when starting his art career, he even had a stint as Percys Sergeant! He's constantly out there trying to make the world a better place, running every secret shop and final boss shop for players around the world to use. And the best part? He does it for free! Don Infusio is too nice for his own good and lives in a box, beliving that giving away all his vast treasures will help the world be a better place. That doesn't stop everyone he knows from letting him live literally wherever he wants whenever he wants. However, Don Infusio will never take advantage; as both The Coolest Guy Ever and The Defender Of Sad Children, Don Infusio will always be your best friend.
In the last episode. It is revealed he is actually the CEO of Bliss Ocean, And starts off the battle against the party by shooting Molly with a gun. Due to a secret latent ability. Molly is killed by this.
Episode 4 - Horizontal Pilot Command Edit
Don first appeared within the Part 0 RP session where he revealed his "Bag of Tricks" to the party. He was then hypnotized into throwing his gross bag into Giovanni. He then revealed to the party that Guile Manning was at the convention before making his leave.
In the actual campaign, Don revealed that he had opened his own stand within Death-Con under the alias "Peeeeeete." He managed to sell his personal pilot "Rock Bottom" to Rick for a pat on the back from Tripwire because would "LITERALLY take anything except Hattrick" (Rick's Pilot) He then proceeded to show the party his many TERRIBLE items of which he tried to sell them, causing Sylvie to temporarily lose sanity.
Episode 7 - Exquisite Drunken CandymakerEdit
Don also appeared in this episode as the party were on their way to Giovanni's chamber. He interrupted them with one last attempt to sell them his wares as THE TRUE BOSS!
"Today Don ate a rat and didn't get sick!" <p dir="ltr">- Don Infusio
Aura of Cheeto Dust: Don used this ability in Episode 7 to suffocate and negate the powers of the party in order to force them to buy his items.
Stench: Although it hasn't been referenced directly it appears his stench plus his aforementioned aura gives him resistance against overall aura and investigation checks causing him to be unpredictable in most cases. It also has the ability to cancel ALL OTHER ABILITIES! It was powerful enough to block out the power of Molly's silence and the main antagonist's power! This means that although his proficiency is 1 his stench + his aura are strong enough to overpower some of the most powerful epithet users.
"Bag of Tricks": Don's Bag of Tricks is the item which carries his many wonderful items, It is covered in so many stains that make a camouflage "this way the cops can’t see it when I throw it in a river." It also produces many NOISES, which are unsettling. Don himself has gone to say that "One cannot simply describe what’s inside this bag in one word because they're all adjectives such as disgusting, foul, and unnecessary." Although he has never been in official combat, It can be assumed that this bag could be used much like Regina and Happy Abby's grab-bags allowing him to summon countless Roll20 Assets to the field.
Pilot - Rock Bottom: He has his own custom pilot "Rock Bottom" which is a baboon with stones for butt-cheeks. It is certified: "better than Hattrick and NOTHING ELSE!" He sells it to Rick for a pat on the back. But it is assumed that he could receive it again if he is scanned by a pilot hangar much like when Sylvie received an updated 2nd copy of Lambsalot. It is never used in combat so we never really see what it could do.
Map Control: Don has a miraculous power to shape and change the very world in which you live in. He has been shown to remove and change the structure of buildings and landmarks such as removing the door and adding his shadowy gate. He can also restore any terrible change he makes to the map.
Roll20 Assets: The items that Don sells are all terrible Roll20 assets that Jello and the Co-DMs find while they are making the maps. They consist of but are not limited to...
A toy rocket-ship. (Sold)
Half a staircase.
An entire staircase with the word JPEG written on it.
Red "probono" sign written in a terrible font.
A Chuck Norris meme from the year 2000.
A bridge from a weird angle.
A telephone booth.
WHAT’S THAT YOU SAY NOT A GOOD ENOUGH ANGLE? HOW 'BOUT THIS ONE! (1)
WHAT’S THAT YOU SAY NOT A GOOD ENOUGH ANGLE? HOW 'BOUT THIS ONE! (2)
WHAT’S THAT YOU SAY NOT A GOOD ENOUGH ANGLE? HOW 'BOUT THIS ONE! (3)
WHAT’S THAT YOU SAY NOT A GOOD ENOUGH ANGLE? HOW 'BOUT THIS ONE! (4)
A distant photo of a village.
An extreme close up of a goblin.
An unfinished Code Lyoko monster.
What’s that you say? Too many legs? Well, how about just one leg?
A star wars meme.
A blow-up doll.
An M&M Ganley. (Given as a prize for the Executive Grin Contest.)
A gate with a weird unnatural shadow.
A boss banner which was custom made in 5 solid minutes.
A JPEG altar.
A barrel of slightly concerned monkeys
A measuring stick for measuring how big a square is.
A game of "Break the Ice".
A LARGE UNSPEAKABLE PILE OF CORPSES!!!
Multiple large tiles of shrimp.
Puzzles from 90's point and click adventure games.
PART 2 BABY!
Endgame cut-scene panel. "YOU EARNED IT!"
THE NEWEST ANGLE FOR CODE LYOKO MONSTERS!
One eye and his angry friends.
A weed enthusiast grandma with complementary WEED!
A portrait of a gunman.
"' But hold on!' you say 'I want there to be background on that portrait of a gunman.'"
"'Hold on!' you say again 'I want it to be transparent again!'" 'Ok!' "I say as A FINGER ON THE MONKEY'S PAW CURLS!"
A very helpful treasure map for how to find the door! (Sold for $20)
And a broken spider.
Don's name was made when Jello found an article about a terrible lazy librarian named Don Infusio and thought it was a fun name.