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24th Mar '17 8:20:07 PM Mineboot45
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* Casey Jones from ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' fits this trope. He manages to take down street gangs, alien triceratops and robots with just a hockey stick, two baseball bats and a golf club, while all he has for protection is a hockey mask.

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* Casey Jones from ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles]]'' fits this trope. He manages to take down street gangs, alien triceratops and robots with just a hockey stick, two baseball bats and a golf club, while all he has for protection is a hockey mask.
24th Mar '17 8:16:21 PM Mineboot45
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* Casey Jones from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fits this trope. He manages to take down street gangs, alien triceratops and robots with just a hockey stick, two baseball bats and a golf club, while all he has for protection is a hockey mask.

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* Casey Jones from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' fits this trope. He manages to take down street gangs, alien triceratops and robots with just a hockey stick, two baseball bats and a golf club, while all he has for protection is a hockey mask.
24th Mar '17 8:15:26 PM Mineboot45
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* [[WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor The KND]] are a paramilitary organizating entirely of kids, who fight villians who either have superpowers, or use technology that's to be considered alot more advanced (or at least more sophisticated) when compared to the KND's [[BambooTechnology 2x4 technology]]. While the KND, on the other hand, use strictly military training and the aforementioned 2x4 tech when engaging in combat.

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* [[WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor The KND]] are a paramilitary organizating entirely of kids, who fight villians who either have superpowers, or use technology that's to be considered alot a lot more advanced (or at least more sophisticated) when compared to the KND's [[BambooTechnology 2x4 technology]]. While the KND, on the other hand, use strictly military training and the aforementioned 2x4 tech when engaging in combat.
11th Mar '17 4:10:40 PM nombretomado
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* ''MightyMax'' and his allies Virgil and Norman all count, as they often had to defeat super-powered villains while possessing no actual powers of their own aside from Norman's great strength and swordfighting skills.

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* ''MightyMax'' ''WesternAnimation/MightyMax'' and his allies Virgil and Norman all count, as they often had to defeat super-powered villains while possessing no actual powers of their own aside from Norman's great strength and swordfighting skills.
14th Jan '17 7:01:50 AM ironballs16
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', we have Batman and The Joker as a heroic and villainous example respectively both of whom have [[AssPull superpowered allies and enemies ''alike'' intimidated by and afraid of them.]] For good reason, too: they both regularly take down said superpowered individuals with nothing more than cunning, intelligence, and some gadgets. So much so that in one special when Joker shifts his attention from Batman to Superman, he refers to it as "playing on ''[[BadassBoast easy mode for a change]]''."

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', we have Batman and The Joker as a heroic and villainous example respectively both of whom have [[AssPull superpowered allies and enemies ''alike'' intimidated by and afraid of them.]] them. For good reason, too: they both regularly take down said superpowered individuals with nothing more than cunning, intelligence, and some gadgets. So much so that in one special when Joker shifts his attention from Batman to Superman, he refers to it as "playing on ''[[BadassBoast easy mode for a change]]''."
3rd Dec '16 9:54:30 PM R.G.
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** The Winx themselves are this in the spinoff ''WesternAnimation/WorldOfWinx'' where, because they must go undercover, they must deal with any threats, using their fairy powers only as a last resort.
23rd Nov '16 4:43:32 AM Thad
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', we have Batman and The Joker as a heroic and villainous example respectively both of whom have [[AssPull]superpowered allies and enemies ''alike'' intimidated by and afraid of them. For good reason, too: they both regularly take down said superpowered individuals with nothing more than cunning, intelligence, and some gadgets. So much so that in one special when Joker shifts his attention from Batman to Superman, he refers to it as "playing on ''[[BadassBoast easy mode for a change]]''."

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', we have Batman and The Joker as a heroic and villainous example respectively both of whom have [[AssPull]superpowered [[AssPull superpowered allies and enemies ''alike'' intimidated by and afraid of them. them.]] For good reason, too: they both regularly take down said superpowered individuals with nothing more than cunning, intelligence, and some gadgets. So much so that in one special when Joker shifts his attention from Batman to Superman, he refers to it as "playing on ''[[BadassBoast easy mode for a change]]''."
23rd Nov '16 4:42:44 AM Thad
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', we have Batman and The Joker as a heroic and villainous example respectively both of whom have superpowered allies and enemies ''alike'' intimidated by and afraid of them. For good reason, too: they both regularly take down said superpowered individuals with nothing more than cunning, intelligence, and some gadgets. So much so that in one special when Joker shifts his attention from Batman to Superman, he refers to it as "playing on ''[[BadassBoast easy mode for a change]]''."

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', we have Batman and The Joker as a heroic and villainous example respectively both of whom have superpowered [[AssPull]superpowered allies and enemies ''alike'' intimidated by and afraid of them. For good reason, too: they both regularly take down said superpowered individuals with nothing more than cunning, intelligence, and some gadgets. So much so that in one special when Joker shifts his attention from Batman to Superman, he refers to it as "playing on ''[[BadassBoast easy mode for a change]]''."
8th Nov '16 7:19:48 AM dlchen145
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** Caleb is sometimes ''more'' effective than all of the main girls put together. ''That's'' {{Badass}}.

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** Caleb is sometimes ''more'' effective than all of the main girls put together. ''That's'' {{Badass}}.



* Jake's Dad in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong'' is this. Jake is a dragon, Rose is a born dragon hunter ActionGirl, [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Spud]] [[BookDumb is the embodiment]] of a GeniusDitz, and Trixie just has street smarts. Jake's Dad is a Cougar Scout, has extreme parent insticts, and that's it. However, he unknowingly defeated the Jersey Devil with a trombone and a can of bear spray. He also held his own against {{Badass}} dragon blood drinking vampires for over four minutes with his bare hands in the episode, "Bite Father, Bite Son". During the final episode, he used a vase to kill an army of demons. Pretty good, considering he did it without knowing his son was a dragon (except the last one and he had just learned). All the above had powers, he didn't.

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* Jake's Dad in ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong'' is this. Jake is a dragon, Rose is a born dragon hunter ActionGirl, [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Spud]] [[BookDumb is the embodiment]] of a GeniusDitz, and Trixie just has street smarts. Jake's Dad is a Cougar Scout, has extreme parent insticts, and that's it. However, he unknowingly defeated the Jersey Devil with a trombone and a can of bear spray. He also held his own against {{Badass}} badass dragon blood drinking vampires for over four minutes with his bare hands in the episode, "Bite Father, Bite Son". During the final episode, he used a vase to kill an army of demons. Pretty good, considering he did it without knowing his son was a dragon (except the last one and he had just learned). All the above had powers, he didn't.
17th Sep '16 5:21:40 AM Tyk5919
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* Darel, the protagonist from ''WesternAnimation/KulipariAnArmyOfFrogs'', is not a Kulipari himself. Nevertheless, he's a brave warrior who constantly trains to be like a Kulipari, and he always manages to hold his own during intense fights.
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