History Characters / CowboyBebop

20th Sep '17 10:44:34 AM DemonGhost
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Faye always approaches the world from an angle: she believes the world and other people are out to hurt, use and exploit you, so it's best if you do it to them first. Anything is fair game to be used to get an advantage on people, including cunning, trickery, abusing the trust of others, her sexy good looks, and when all else fails, a ship loaded with machine guns and missiles. Despite her preference for deception, in a straight up fight Faye is quite competent, being a capable pilot, markswoman, and even her punch packs a wallop despite her slim frame. Her exact background is mysterious, and when pressed for answers about it she simply throws out one story after another, each more improbable than the last, and one wonders if she even knows what she's saying. When not taking down bounties, she tends to waste all her money gambling in an effort to get rich quick and pay off the ridiculously large debts that she has, which is just as mysterious as anything else about her past. However, it's easy to see that the woman has led a torture life, and there are a lot broken pieces of her existence that she's desperately trying to recover and grasp onto

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Faye always approaches the world from an angle: she believes the world and other people are out to hurt, use and exploit you, so it's best if you do it to them first. Anything is fair game to be used to get an advantage on people, including cunning, trickery, abusing the trust of others, her sexy good looks, and when all else fails, a ship loaded with machine guns and missiles. Despite her preference for deception, in a straight up fight Faye is quite competent, being a capable pilot, markswoman, and even her punch packs a wallop despite her slim frame. Her exact background is mysterious, and when pressed for answers about it she simply throws out one story after another, each more improbable than the last, and one wonders if she even knows what she's saying. When not taking down bounties, she tends to waste all her money gambling in an effort to get rich quick and pay off the ridiculously large debts that she has, which is just as mysterious as anything else about her past. However, it's easy to see that the woman has led a torture tortured life, and there are a lot broken pieces of her existence that she's desperately trying to recover and grasp onto
20th Sep '17 10:31:03 AM DemonGhost
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* RecklessPacifist: Bounties are supposed to be delivered "alive and unharmed" to the police, but Spike is quite willing to use guns or even the laser cannon on his spaceship, the Swordfish to take them down. If it weren't an anime, he'd be lucky to find intact bodies, he certainly wouldn't be taking them alive.
19th Sep '17 12:15:16 PM marston
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*BoomHeadshot: [[spoiler: One of the Elders is killed in this manner when Vicious overthrows them]]


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*EyeScream: [[spoiler: The last Elder remaining at the end of the takeover gets his eyes slashed out by Vicious]].
17th Sep '17 3:56:07 AM StardustSoldier
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A one-shot character, the Mad Pierrot is a ruthless SerialKiller who chases down Spike and duels with him in an abandoned amusement park. What he ''is'' exactly is only implied, as Spike interrupts the answer and says he doesn't want to know. This just makes the character even more unsettling.

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A one-shot character, the The Mad Pierrot is a ruthless SerialKiller who chases down Spike and duels with him in an abandoned amusement park. What he ''is'' exactly is only implied, as Spike interrupts the answer and says he doesn't want to know. This just makes the character even more unsettling.
17th Sep '17 12:38:15 AM Sablesama
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* AmbiguousDisorder: Her proficiency with one subject (hacking), inability to socialise correctly, habit of repeating words she or others have said and general disconnect from discussions or events around her are all possible symptoms of autism.
25th Aug '17 8:29:06 AM StardustSoldier
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* OverarchingVillain: Vicious is heavily involved in Spike's past, which itself is a big part of the otherwise episodic show's MythArc. Whenever Vicious shows up, the episode is always bound to be very deep and personal for the hero and he stays around from his introduction in episode five to [[spoiler:the very end, where he and Spike seem to kill on-another.]]

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* OverarchingVillain: Vicious is heavily involved in Spike's past, which itself is a big part of the otherwise episodic show's MythArc. Whenever Vicious shows up, the episode is always bound to be very deep and personal for the hero and he stays around from his introduction in episode five to [[spoiler:the very end, where he and Spike seem to kill on-another.one another.]]
21st Aug '17 9:53:42 PM BattleMaster
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* RecklessPacifist: Bounties are supposed to be delivered "alive and unharmed" to the police, but Spike is quite willing to use guns or even the laser cannon on his spaceship, the Swordfish to take them down. If it weren't an anime, he'd be lucky to find intact bodies, he certainly wouldn't be taking them alive.
21st Aug '17 9:47:38 PM BattleMaster
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* DestructiveSavior: Every time he tries to bring in a bounty buildings are destroyed. In one episode, Jet says that the reason they never see any bounty money is that it's drained in paying for damages.

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* DestructiveSavior: Every time he tries to bring in a bounty buildings are destroyed. In one the first episode, Jet angrily says that the reason they never see any bounty don't have enough money for food is that it's because the bounties he collects are always drained in paying for damages.all the damage he causes.



* BeMyValentine: Her name hints at her troubled past which included betrayal and heartbreak. [[spoiler:However, it isn't her real name. The doctor responsible for waking her from cryosleep named her after his favorite song, "My Funny Valentine."]]

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* BeMyValentine: Her name hints at her troubled past which included betrayal and heartbreak. [[spoiler:However, it isn't her real name. The doctor responsible for waking her from cryosleep named her after his favorite song, "My Funny Valentine."]]" Except that this too turns out to be a lie, as she eventually regains enough of her memories to return to her home on Earth and encounters a childhood friend who's now an old woman that barely remembers her.]]


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* DistractedByTheSexy: Her outfit is deliberately chosen to invoke this, to aid in her con artistry.
8th Aug '17 10:43:18 AM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* [[spoiler:WeHardlyKnewYe]]: [[spoiler:Appears in person for one full episode and is then killed off almost immediately after in the next episode.]]
30th Jul '17 11:43:36 PM SunriseWarrior
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* HeroicDog: He saves the crew a few times and considerable intelligence for what appears to be a simple dog.

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* HeroicDog: He saves the crew a few times and has considerable intelligence for what appears to be a simple dog.
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