Rhodomunde is known worldwide for his wealth, professional skills, violent temper, and utter lack of scruples.
Niles Cartouchian has alleged that Rhodomunde deals in illegal life-extending time crystals (nonfiction) harvested from the life-patterns of living creatures. According to Cartouchian, Rhodomunde receives these gems from alleged crime boss Baron Zersetzung, who in turn allegedly negotiates business contracts with demons.
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1968: Film director and arms dealer Egon Rhodomunde raises money for new film by selling shares in the upcoming N1 rocket explosion.
1972: Watergate scandal (nonfiction): Egon Rhodomunde begins shooting documentary film about the life of President Richard Nixon.
Egon Rhodomunde found guilty of skimming profits from an unlicensed Human Flea Circus.
Niles Cartouchian accuses arms dealer and rival gem detective Egon Rhodomunde of signing deal with alleged crime boss Baron Zersetzung, feeding human victims to demons in exchange for life-extending time crystals (nonfiction).
Time crystals (nonfiction) "cannot violate the three laws of thermodynamics, no matter how many human victims are sacrificed," according to Egon Rhodomunde.
Publication of Niles Cartouchian and Egon Rhodomunde Confront Gnotilus blamed for wave of copycat gem crimes; Rhodomunde denies knowledge, blames Cartouchian.