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For all intents and purposes, Urgool Egador was what we today refer to as a "Mad Scientist." His fifty seven failed experiments (all of which he attempted to sell) indicate some sort of dark genius, and although he died without ever having finished a project, he has become infamous throughout the years, and today his name is synonymous with the idea of a Mad Scientist. This list comprises each of his fifty seven failed experiments, and is organized as follows: Experiment Tag (the organizing number Egador afforded to each of his experiments) and the inherent Danger of the experiment itself, from code blue (non dangerous) to code black (extremely dangerous). Egador's work is important, because, although most of it failed, all of it is inspired, and surely shall be studied for generations to come.