History BullyingADragon / VideoGames

28th May '17 9:15:42 PM Steven
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In ''VideoGame/TheFairlyOddparentsBreakinDaRules'', Timmy does this to [[BabysitterFromHell Vicky]] in the opening cutscene for the "Time Warped" level. He later remarks that [[LampshadeHanging perhaps he shouldn't taunt Vicky while she has wish powers.]] This being [[AesopAmnesia Timmy]], he does the same thing in the "A Dog's Life" level.

to:

* In ''VideoGame/TheFairlyOddparentsBreakinDaRules'', Timmy does this to [[BabysitterFromHell Vicky]] in the opening cutscene for the "Time Warped" level. He later remarks that [[LampshadeHanging perhaps he shouldn't taunt Vicky while she has wish powers.]] This being [[AesopAmnesia Timmy]], he does the same thing in the "A Dog's Life" level.level.
* ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' has the Joker (who is pretty much a normal human) pushing Superman's (effectively a god in human form) buttons to the extreme by planting a nuclear bomb in Metropolis that would explode if Superman's wife, Lois Lane, dies. He achieves his goal by tricking Superman via fear gas that Lois was Doomsday, which got him to take Lois into outer space where she and her unborn child died instantly. Superman, wracked with guilt over the death of his wife, his unborn child, and the millions of citizens from the nuked Metropolis, goes after the Joker and can barely restrain himself from killing him. The Joker taunts Superman further by saying that maybe his next family won't blow up this time. This puts Superman over the edge as he literally rips out Joker's heart and kills him. Why did the Joker even do all this? [[WhatAnIdiot Because he got tired of always losing to Batman and decided to pick on Superman instead. ]]
5th May '17 7:00:01 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

*** A random road encounter is a group of [[ChurchMilitant Vigilants of Stendarr]]. While ''generally'' benevolent in that they work to exterminate supernatural threats such as vampires, werewolves, and [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedra]] worshipers, they [[KnightTemplar don't really discriminate between the Daedric Princes]], some of whom are [[GoodIsNotNice mostly benevolent toward mortals]]. If you are in possession of any Daedric artifacts, regardless of the Prince they are associated with, the Vigilants will demand that you turn the item over under threat of violence. They will attempt this even if the player character is an endgame Dragonborn who has singlehandedly fought, defied, and/or allied with multiple Daedric Princes, Divines, and Alduin himself.
5th May '17 6:55:04 AM BeerBaron
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* This happens a lot in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'' (and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', for that matter). You can be walking around carrying a glass warhammer the size of a wolf, clad in the finest armour in the land custom made for you by the Elder Council, be hailed in the street as the Champion of Cyrodiil, the Grand Champion of the Arena, be known as the leader of the Fighters ''and'' Mages guild... and some punk will jump you by himself and demand that you give him a paltry sum of money or he'll kill you. Similar things happen in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', where you can be a walking tank packing a plasma rifle and someone will try to take you down with a bat. This is particularly unforgivable, as the local radio announcer is constantly updating the entire wasteland with information on how badass you are.
** This trope can also be applied to you. When [[TheJuggernaut Liberty]] [[HumongousMecha Prime]] is repaired and attacking the Enclave, you "can" attack him, though doing so is a surefire way to get killed because he NEVER dies no matter what you shoot him with and he can kill you in one hit with his EyeBeams. In other words, DON'T DO IT.
*** Ironically, this happens to Liberty Prime itself in Broken Steel. After continually pushing on the Enclave after the assault on the purifier in Fallout 3, the Enclave [[KillSat pushes back. Hard.]]
** One ApocalypticLog you can find in The Pitt expansion for Fallout 3 is the journal entry of a steelyard manager describing how his workers rioted due to being forced to leave after being replaced by new mechanical workers. Robots based on the Securitron pattern. When the robots showed up, the rioting humans tried to attack the heavily armored, laser-blaster-wielding, steel-claw-equipped, notoriously violent and unstable robots. The result is... too horrific to mention.
** In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', if you have bad standing with Caesar's Legion, you will attract assassin squads. Said four-man squad (who admittedly tend to be well-equipped for the task) will run up to you and proclaim that Caesar has ordained your death for your crimes against the Legion, before attacking. Said crimes can include killing [[TheSpymaster Vulpes Inculta]], singlehandedly wiping out Cottonwood Cove, Nelson, or the Fort, not to mention killing the ''previous'' assassin squads.
** In a very amusing example, if you're a female Courier, a low-ranked Legion soldier armed with nothing more than a knife will go on a tirade of insults against women. [[TooDumbToLive To your face]]. While you may very well be in hyper-advanced Enclave power armour and wielding a plasma rifle.
** The [=NCR=] isn't much better, however. Not only do they also send {{Ranger}}s after you, if, at the ending, you decide to pull a fast one on them, [[GeneralFailure General Oliver]] will state that were he in your shoes, he'd have you hung. [[TooDumbToLive While he's surrounded by securitrons armed to the teeth who will do anything you say]].
** But really, the palm goes to the Freeside Thugs. We're armed with pool cues, razors, and maybe a baseball bat and clad in basic clothes. Let's pick a fight with the guy/gal with a weapon that can OneHitKill us, a decent armor, who is escorted by a floating robot with a laser on it/a cybernetic dog and a ColdSniper from the best outfit in the wasteland, identified by his beret/A gal with a PowerFist/a guy with a plasma pistol and a [[ChainsawGood a chainsaw knife]]/a ghoul with a revolver/a drunk gal with a shotgun/a super mutant. That will end well...
** The same goes for ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]''. You may be walking around in a daedric armour, with the legendary Big Badass Sword of Doom, be confirmed [[spoiler:Nerevar Reborn]] AKA the biggest badass in Morrowind's history, who just killed a diabolic demi-god three other demi-gods couldn't handle in a fight. Yet some people still tend to believe they have a chance against you. It's worse if you're a vampire or publicly known werewolf.
** ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'' makes no exception to this trope, Despite equipment, magic, or other abilities, Bandits, Witches, and other humanoid enemies will still charge at you head on, despite you being the only one who can stop the dragons that are currently bringing about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
*** Summarized rather well by a popular image that says "Hey, that guy over there just killed a dragon and [[YourSoulIsMine devoured its soul]]. Let's go rob him."

to:

* This happens ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
** Throughout the series, it doesn't matter if you're
a lot [[SavingTheWorld world-saving]], [[DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu god-slaying]] hero fully equipped with legendary weapons and armor created by the gods themselves...that bandit in fur armor with an iron dagger ''will'' still attack you.
** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]'', one particularly humorous example occurs with a highwayman not far from the [[FirstTown starting town]]. He's meant to be a low-level encounter, but if you don't find him until late in the game, he'll still attempt you rob you. He's wearing only a few pieces of armor and wielding a weak blade while attempting to rob a ''god-slayer''.
**
''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'' (and ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', for that matter). You can be walking around carrying a glass warhammer the size of a wolf, clad in the finest armour in the land custom made for you by the Elder Council, be hailed in the street as follows suit. Even if you're the Champion of Cyrodiil, the Grand Champion of the Arena, be known as the leader of the Fighters Divine Crusader, ''and'' Mages guild... and some punk the new [[MadGod Sheogorath]], those highwaymen will jump ''still'' attempt to mug you by himself and demand for a measly 100 gold. (Ironically, even if they're wearing armor that you give him a paltry sum of money or he'll kill you. Similar things happen in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'', where you can be a walking tank packing a plasma rifle and someone will try to take you down with a bat. This is particularly unforgivable, as the local radio announcer is constantly updating the entire wasteland with information on how badass you are.
** This trope can also be applied to you. When [[TheJuggernaut Liberty]] [[HumongousMecha Prime]] is repaired and attacking the Enclave, you "can" attack him, though doing so is a surefire way to get killed because he NEVER dies no matter what you shoot him with and he can kill you in one hit with his EyeBeams. In other words, DON'T DO IT.
*** Ironically, this happens to Liberty Prime itself in Broken Steel. After continually pushing on the Enclave after the assault on the purifier in Fallout 3, the Enclave [[KillSat pushes back. Hard.]]
** One ApocalypticLog you can find in The Pitt expansion for Fallout 3 is the journal entry of a steelyard manager describing how his workers rioted due to being forced to leave after being replaced by new mechanical workers. Robots based on the Securitron pattern. When the robots showed up, the rioting humans tried to attack the heavily armored, laser-blaster-wielding, steel-claw-equipped, notoriously violent and unstable robots. The result is... too horrific to mention.
** In ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', if you have bad standing with Caesar's Legion, you will attract assassin squads. Said four-man squad (who admittedly tend to be well-equipped for the task) will run up to you and proclaim that Caesar has ordained your death for your crimes against the Legion, before attacking. Said crimes can include killing [[TheSpymaster Vulpes Inculta]], singlehandedly wiping out Cottonwood Cove, Nelson, or the Fort, not to mention killing the ''previous'' assassin squads.
** In a very amusing example, if you're a female Courier, a low-ranked Legion soldier armed with nothing more than a knife will go on a tirade of insults against women. [[TooDumbToLive To your face]]. While you may very well be in hyper-advanced Enclave power armour and wielding a plasma rifle.
** The [=NCR=] isn't much better, however. Not only do they also send {{Ranger}}s after you, if, at the ending, you decide to pull a fast one on them, [[GeneralFailure General Oliver]] will state that were he in your shoes, he'd have you hung. [[TooDumbToLive While he's surrounded by securitrons armed to the teeth who will do anything you say]].
** But really, the palm goes to the Freeside Thugs. We're armed with pool cues, razors, and maybe a baseball bat and clad in basic clothes. Let's pick a fight with the guy/gal with a weapon that can OneHitKill us, a decent armor, who is escorted by a floating robot with a laser on it/a cybernetic dog and a ColdSniper from the best outfit in the wasteland, identified by his beret/A gal with a PowerFist/a guy with a plasma pistol and a [[ChainsawGood a chainsaw knife]]/a ghoul with a revolver/a drunk gal with a shotgun/a super mutant. That will end well...
** The same goes for ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]''. You may be walking around in a daedric armour, with the legendary Big Badass Sword of Doom, be confirmed [[spoiler:Nerevar Reborn]] AKA the biggest badass in Morrowind's history, who just killed a diabolic demi-god three other demi-gods couldn't handle in a fight. Yet some people still tend to believe they have a chance against you. It's worse if you're a vampire or publicly known werewolf.
worth 100 times that...)
** ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'' makes no exception to this trope, Skyrim]]'':
***
Despite equipment, magic, or other abilities, Bandits, Witches, and other humanoid enemies will still charge at you head on, despite you being the only one who can stop the dragons that are currently bringing about TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt.
*** Summarized rather well by a popular image that says screenshot of a group of bandits with the caption "Hey, that guy over there just killed a dragon and [[YourSoulIsMine devoured its soul]]. Let's go rob him."



*** Special mention goes to Rochelle the Red, who decides to kidnap your spouse and hold him/her to ransom -- this being the dragonborn, the one destined to essentially kill the Tamriealic equivalent of the apocalypse. By the way, [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge paying the ransom isn't an option]].

to:

*** Special mention goes to Rochelle the Red, who decides to kidnap your spouse and hold him/her to ransom in the ''Hearthfire'' DLC -- this being the dragonborn, Dragonborn, the one destined to essentially kill the Tamriealic equivalent of the apocalypse.Tamriellic BeastOfTheApocalypse. By the way, [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge paying the ransom isn't an option]].


Added DiffLines:

* ''Franchise/{{Fallout}}''
** ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'':
*** You can be a walking tank packing a plasma rifle and someone will try to take you down with a bat. This is particularly unforgivable, as the local radio announcer is constantly updating the entire wasteland with information on how badass you are.
*** This trope can also be applied to you. When [[TheJuggernaut Liberty]] [[HumongousMecha Prime]] is repaired and attacking the Enclave, you "can" attack him, though doing so is a surefire way to get killed because he NEVER dies no matter what you shoot him with and he can kill you in one hit with his EyeBeams. In other words, DON'T DO IT.
*** Ironically, this happens to Liberty Prime itself in the ''Broken Steel'' expansion. After continually pushing on the Enclave after the assault on the purifier in Fallout 3, the Enclave [[KillSat pushes back. Hard.]]
*** One ApocalypticLog you can find in ''The Pitt'' expansion for ''Fallout 3'' is the journal entry of a steelyard manager describing how his workers rioted due to being forced to leave after being replaced by new mechanical workers. Robots based on the Securitron pattern. When the robots showed up, the rioting humans tried to attack the heavily armored, laser-blaster-wielding, steel-claw-equipped, notoriously violent and unstable robots. The result is... too horrific to mention.
** ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'':
*** If you have bad standing with Caesar's Legion, you will attract assassin squads. Said four-man squad (who admittedly tend to be well-equipped for the task) will run up to you and proclaim that Caesar has ordained your death for your crimes against the Legion, before attacking. Said crimes can include killing [[TheSpymaster Vulpes Inculta]], singlehandedly wiping out Cottonwood Cove, Nelson, or the Fort, not to mention killing the ''previous'' assassin squads.
*** In a very amusing example, if you're a female Courier, a low-ranked Legion soldier armed with nothing more than a knife will go on a tirade of insults against women. [[TooDumbToLive To your face]]. While you may very well be in hyper-advanced Enclave power armour and wielding a plasma rifle.
*** The [=NCR=] isn't much better, however. Not only do they also send {{Ranger}}s after you, if, at the ending, you decide to pull a fast one on them, [[GeneralFailure General Oliver]] will state that were he in your shoes, he'd have you hung. [[TooDumbToLive While he's surrounded by securitrons armed to the teeth who will do anything you say]].
*** But really, the palm goes to the Freeside Thugs. We're armed with pool cues, razors, and maybe a baseball bat and clad in basic clothes. Let's pick a fight with the guy/gal with a weapon that can OneHitKill us, a decent armor, who is escorted by a floating robot with a laser on it/a cybernetic dog and a ColdSniper from the best outfit in the wasteland, identified by his beret/A gal with a PowerFist/a guy with a plasma pistol and a [[ChainsawGood a chainsaw knife]]/a ghoul with a revolver/a drunk gal with a shotgun/a super mutant. That will end well...
9th Apr '17 5:50:03 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* The endgame of ''SaintsRow2'' begins when [[MegaCorp Ultor]] tries to assassinate the Boss, who has just spent the entire game proving what a MemeticBadass he/she is by almost single-handedly annihilating the three rival gangs that previously controlled Stilwater and essentially taking over the city. (Granted, Ultor's own plans for Stilwater couldn't have worked with the Boss alive and uncooperative, but they don't even try to buy him/her off before sending in the mercs.)

to:

* The endgame of ''SaintsRow2'' ''VideoGame/SaintsRow2'' begins when [[MegaCorp Ultor]] tries to assassinate the Boss, who has just spent the entire game proving what a MemeticBadass he/she is by almost single-handedly annihilating the three rival gangs that previously controlled Stilwater and essentially taking over the city. (Granted, Ultor's own plans for Stilwater couldn't have worked with the Boss alive and uncooperative, but they don't even try to buy him/her off before sending in the mercs.)
3rd Jan '17 5:21:55 PM Wyldchyld
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In a rare non-willing example, in ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor2'', to destroy Alioth's GiantFlyer warship, [[Myth/HinduMythology Kama]] is recruited to shoot an arrow into [[BadAss Shiva's]] eye, as he did in a certain myth, so Shiva uses [[WaveMotionGun his spear Pasupata]] to strike Alioth. Problem is, Kama remembers ''very well'' what Shiva did to him last time he pulled that trick, and has to be forced into doing it again. [[spoiler:When the time comes, he's also tricked into believing he'd be protected by JP's. Instead, it turns out only ''his memory'' would be protected, and he's promptly elevated into the air against his will to the correct angle so Pasupata's attack destroys both him and Alioth.]]

to:

* In a rare non-willing example, in ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor2'', to destroy Alioth's GiantFlyer warship, [[Myth/HinduMythology Kama]] is recruited to shoot an arrow into [[BadAss Shiva's]] Shiva's eye, as he did in a certain myth, so Shiva uses [[WaveMotionGun his spear Pasupata]] to strike Alioth. Problem is, Kama remembers ''very well'' what Shiva did to him last time he pulled that trick, and has to be forced into doing it again. [[spoiler:When the time comes, he's also tricked into believing he'd be protected by JP's. Instead, it turns out only ''his memory'' would be protected, and he's promptly elevated into the air against his will to the correct angle so Pasupata's attack destroys both him and Alioth.]]
22nd Dec '16 4:47:30 AM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'': Adam Jensen is a former SWAT officer and TheDragon for one of the world's leading biotech corporations. He is a skilled marksman, stealth operative, close-quarter combatant, and all-around {{Badass}}. This is all [[BadassNormal before]] he's [[TookALevelInBadass given custom, military-grade augmentations]] that make him look even more dangerous, even with his BadassLongcoat covering most of them. This is clearly not a man you want to trifle with, regardless of your opinions of him, his employer, or his augmentations. [[spoiler:Everybody]] does it anyway. It's left to the player to decide how Jensen responds.

to:

* ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'': Adam Jensen is a former SWAT officer and TheDragon for one of the world's leading biotech corporations. He is a skilled marksman, stealth operative, close-quarter combatant, and all-around {{Badass}}.badass. This is all [[BadassNormal before]] he's [[TookALevelInBadass given custom, military-grade augmentations]] that make him look even more dangerous, even with his BadassLongcoat covering most of them. This is clearly not a man you want to trifle with, regardless of your opinions of him, his employer, or his augmentations. [[spoiler:Everybody]] does it anyway. It's left to the player to decide how Jensen responds.
21st Dec '16 10:16:25 AM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** Quite possibly the best example of this in the series is Warden Kuril, who attempts to knowingly imprison Shepard, the most {{Badass}} person in the galaxy, and hold him/her for ransom or sell him/her on the black market as a slave. [[TooDumbToLive It doesn't end well for him.]] Especially stupid, since you belligerently refuse to surrender your weapons on entering the prison, even threatening Kurill, and he (still fully intent on capturing you, remember) [[SuicidalOverconfidence lets you keep your weapons.]] Even ''more'' stupid if you're playing a class that wouldn't have been significantly less dangerous without weapons. What exactly was his plan for imprisoning a Shepard that could throw him across the room with a mean look?

to:

** Quite possibly the best example of this in the series is Warden Kuril, who attempts to knowingly imprison Shepard, the most {{Badass}} badass person in the galaxy, and hold him/her for ransom or sell him/her on the black market as a slave. [[TooDumbToLive It doesn't end well for him.]] Especially stupid, since you belligerently refuse to surrender your weapons on entering the prison, even threatening Kurill, and he (still fully intent on capturing you, remember) [[SuicidalOverconfidence lets you keep your weapons.]] Even ''more'' stupid if you're playing a class that wouldn't have been significantly less dangerous without weapons. What exactly was his plan for imprisoning a Shepard that could throw him across the room with a mean look?



** The same goes for ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]''. You may be walking around in a daedric armour, with the legendary Big Badass Sword of Doom, be confirmed [[spoiler:Nerevar Reborn]] AKA the biggest {{Badass}} in Morrowind's history, who just killed a diabolic demi-god three other demi-gods couldn't handle in a fight. Yet some people still tend to believe they have a chance against you. It's worse if you're a vampire or publicly known werewolf.

to:

** The same goes for ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIIIMorrowind Morrowind]]''. You may be walking around in a daedric armour, with the legendary Big Badass Sword of Doom, be confirmed [[spoiler:Nerevar Reborn]] AKA the biggest {{Badass}} badass in Morrowind's history, who just killed a diabolic demi-god three other demi-gods couldn't handle in a fight. Yet some people still tend to believe they have a chance against you. It's worse if you're a vampire or publicly known werewolf.



* This tends to go both ways in any given ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' game; early bosses tend to be barely capable of fighting, but insist on attacking well-known {{badass}}es anyway, while the last few bosses are you taking on beings that could probably one-shot you if they decided they didn't want to follow the spellcard rules.

to:

* This tends to go both ways in any given ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' game; early bosses tend to be barely capable of fighting, but insist on attacking well-known {{badass}}es badasses anyway, while the last few bosses are you taking on beings that could probably one-shot you if they decided they didn't want to follow the spellcard rules.



* In the beginning of ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos Origins'', some low-ranking Dark Servicemen start taunting Sagi after he's overheard musing over the morality of the assignment. They apparently forgot that Sagi is both a spiriter and a talented swordsman. For extra WhatAnIdiot points, two of the servicemen start ''another'' fight with him ten minutes later -- while [[{{Badass}} Guillo]] is backing him up.

to:

* In the beginning of ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos Origins'', some low-ranking Dark Servicemen start taunting Sagi after he's overheard musing over the morality of the assignment. They apparently forgot that Sagi is both a spiriter and a talented swordsman. For extra WhatAnIdiot points, two of the servicemen start ''another'' fight with him ten minutes later -- while [[{{Badass}} Guillo]] Guillo is backing him up.



* ''VideoGame/MaxPayne3'': When the bad guys initially (try to) kidnap Max's principals, they could be excused for not knowing how much of a {{Badass}} he was. When they attack his principal's office to kill him, specifically ''because'' he's killed so many of them, you start to wonder why on earth they're TooDumbToLive enough to be so bent on provoking him.

to:

* ''VideoGame/MaxPayne3'': When the bad guys initially (try to) kidnap Max's principals, they could be excused for not knowing how much of a {{Badass}} badass he was. When they attack his principal's office to kill him, specifically ''because'' he's killed so many of them, you start to wonder why on earth they're TooDumbToLive enough to be so bent on provoking him.
9th Dec '16 12:59:53 AM Nylsa
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the ''ComicBook/MassEffectRedemption'' comic, some shuttle pilots try to get additional "[[AttemptedRape docking fees]]" from [[HotScientist Liara T'Soni]]. Liara, as it turns out, is a powerful asari biotic who works with Commander Shepard. Even if she didn't, ''all'' asari are biotics to varying degrees of strength. And they don't even need implants to use their powers. Those pilots should've known better.

to:

** In the ''ComicBook/MassEffectRedemption'' ''Mass Effect Redemption'' comic, some shuttle pilots try to get additional "[[AttemptedRape docking fees]]" from [[HotScientist Liara T'Soni]]. Liara, as it turns out, is a powerful asari biotic who works with Commander Shepard. Even if she didn't, ''all'' asari are biotics to varying degrees of strength. And they don't even need implants to use their powers. Those pilots should've known better.



** Likewise, we routinely see Templars or Slavers threatening mages who don't have good control over their powers (or cause them to become desperate enough), that the only way out they see is to allow demons to possess them and become [[HumanoidAbomination Abominations]].

to:

** Likewise, we routinely see Templars or Slavers threatening mages who don't have good control over their powers (or cause them to become desperate enough), that so the only way out they see is to allow demons to possess them and become [[HumanoidAbomination Abominations]].
3rd Dec '16 7:16:00 PM PhysicalStamina
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* In ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII: The Frozen Trone'', [[GeneralRipper Grand Marshal Garrithos]] strikes an [[EnemyMine unholy alliance with the Forsaken]] in order to drive the Undead Scourge out of what remains of Lordaeron. When they succeed, he proceeds to tell the leaders of the forsaken to piss off and get out of ''his'' city. Said leaders are an undead [[OurElvesAreBetter elf]] [[FourStarBadass who used to be a ranger-general]] and a former member of [[TheLegionsOfHell the Burning Legion]]. Naturally, [[KickTheSonOfABitch Sylvanas just tells Varimathras to get rid of the bastard, which he gladly obliges]].

to:

* In ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII: The Frozen Trone'', [[GeneralRipper Grand Marshal Garrithos]] strikes an [[EnemyMine unholy alliance with the Forsaken]] in order to drive the Undead Scourge out of what remains of Lordaeron. When they succeed, he proceeds to tell the leaders of the forsaken to piss off and get out of ''his'' city. Said leaders are an undead [[OurElvesAreBetter elf]] [[FourStarBadass who used to be a ranger-general]] and a former member of [[TheLegionsOfHell the Burning Legion]]. Naturally, [[KickTheSonOfABitch Sylvanas just tells Varimathras to get rid of the bastard, which he gladly obliges]].obliges]].
* In ''VideoGame/TheFairlyOddparentsBreakinDaRules'', Timmy does this to [[BabysitterFromHell Vicky]] in the opening cutscene for the "Time Warped" level. He later remarks that [[LampshadeHanging perhaps he shouldn't taunt Vicky while she has wish powers.]] This being [[AesopAmnesia Timmy]], he does the same thing in the "A Dog's Life" level.
23rd Sep '16 12:28:12 AM jormis29
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the ''Mass Effect: Redemption'' comic, some shuttle pilots try to get additional "[[AttemptedRape docking fees]]" from [[HotScientist Liara T'Soni]]. Liara, as it turns out, is a powerful asari biotic who works with Commander Shepard. Even if she didn't, ''all'' asari are biotics to varying degrees of strength. And they don't even need implants to use their powers. Those pilots should've known better.

to:

** In the ''Mass Effect: Redemption'' ''ComicBook/MassEffectRedemption'' comic, some shuttle pilots try to get additional "[[AttemptedRape docking fees]]" from [[HotScientist Liara T'Soni]]. Liara, as it turns out, is a powerful asari biotic who works with Commander Shepard. Even if she didn't, ''all'' asari are biotics to varying degrees of strength. And they don't even need implants to use their powers. Those pilots should've known better.



* ''VideoGame/MaxPayne 3'': When the bad guys initially (try to) kidnap Max's principals, they could be excused for not knowing how much of a {{Badass}} he was. When they attack his principal's office to kill him, specifically ''because'' he's killed so many of them, you start to wonder why on earth they're TooDumbToLive enough to be so bent on provoking him.

to:

* ''VideoGame/MaxPayne 3'': ''VideoGame/MaxPayne3'': When the bad guys initially (try to) kidnap Max's principals, they could be excused for not knowing how much of a {{Badass}} he was. When they attack his principal's office to kill him, specifically ''because'' he's killed so many of them, you start to wonder why on earth they're TooDumbToLive enough to be so bent on provoking him.



* [[DeusExHumanRevolution Adam Jensen]] is a former SWAT officer and TheDragon for one of the world's leading biotech corporations. He is a skilled marksman, stealth operative, close-quarter combatant, and all-around {{Badass}}. This is all [[BadassNormal before]] he's [[TookALevelInBadass given custom, military-grade augmentations]] that make him look even more dangerous, even with his BadassLongcoat covering most of them. This is clearly not a man you want to trifle with, regardless of your opinions of him, his employer, or his augmentations. [[spoiler:Everybody]] does it anyway. It's left to the player to decide how Jensen responds.

to:

* [[DeusExHumanRevolution ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'': Adam Jensen]] Jensen is a former SWAT officer and TheDragon for one of the world's leading biotech corporations. He is a skilled marksman, stealth operative, close-quarter combatant, and all-around {{Badass}}. This is all [[BadassNormal before]] he's [[TookALevelInBadass given custom, military-grade augmentations]] that make him look even more dangerous, even with his BadassLongcoat covering most of them. This is clearly not a man you want to trifle with, regardless of your opinions of him, his employer, or his augmentations. [[spoiler:Everybody]] does it anyway. It's left to the player to decide how Jensen responds.
This list shows the last 10 events of 54. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=BullyingADragon.VideoGames