History Characters / LuckyLuke

19th Nov '16 9:13:10 PM trixus
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* RetiredBadass: Never went to prison since no one was able to have her convicted and she told her children she used to break their father out of jail before they were even born.
* RetiredOutlaw: She was mostly an accomplice until her husband died where she lives off charity of the townsfolk.
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: Townsfolks used to go with her mock hold up and give her groceries for free since she was a kindly old woman who color the Wild West with her eccentricity, then she showed them her rusty gun ''was'' loaded the whole time.
1st Nov '16 10:06:19 PM HighCrate
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* RetiredBadass/RetiredOutlaw: She combines both tropes though she can occasionally go back to her younger lifestyle. When Joe said she got arrested (because he impersonated her during a bank robbery) the brothers are surprised because never before someone was able to pin her for a crime and she never went to jail other than for visits.

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* RetiredBadass/RetiredOutlaw: She combines both tropes though she can occasionally go back to her younger lifestyle. When Joe said she got arrested (because he impersonated her during a bank robbery) the brothers are surprised because never before someone was able to pin her for a crime and she never went to jail other than for visits.
25th Sep '16 12:47:29 AM trixus
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* MamaBear: And ''how''!

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* MamaBear: And ''how''!''how''! She was ready to challenge Luke to a duel for her kids and likely would have won (Lucky Luke being unwilling to even hurt her and Ma being a great shot).




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* TroublingUnchildlikeBehavior: Baby the only thing that could stop him from crying was using his dad's revolver as a sucker (wasn't loaded) at 6 he committed his first robbery and at his current age, probably not even a teen, he terrorized a whole town.
8th Aug '16 6:33:43 PM trixus
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* RetiredBadass/RetiredOutlaw: She combines both tropes though she can occasionally go back to her younger lifestyle.

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* RetiredBadass/RetiredOutlaw: She combines both tropes though she can occasionally go back to her younger lifestyle.
lifestyle. When Joe said she got arrested (because he impersonated her during a bank robbery) the brothers are surprised because never before someone was able to pin her for a crime and she never went to jail other than for visits.
8th Aug '16 6:09:56 PM trixus
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* DelusionsOfEloquence: He believes he is the most sophisticated in the family.

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* DelusionsOfEloquence: He believes he is the most sophisticated in the family. Being the only one that can read to an elementary school level technically make him this by default.



%%* AntiVillain

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%%* AntiVillain* AntiVillain: He simply follows his family's footsteps, Some gags are even about him not being wanted for his crimes since he is so harmless. Although once he was on probation he did say it was funnier when they were stealing bank and having the saloon for themselves.
29th Jul '16 10:51:32 AM HighCrate
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: When he realizes the whole town is watching out for him and his family, he decides to become a VillainWithGoodPublicity so he can better backstab the inhabitants.
1st Jul '16 4:26:04 PM Vorpale
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** It becomes an important plot point in the 2016 DarkerAndEdgier book ''L'Homme qui tua Lucky Luke'' ("The man who killed Lucky Luke") by Matthieu Bonhomme. In said book, Lucky Luke meets a man named Doc Holiday, himself a chainsmoker whose lungs are starting to get the better of him. [[spoiler: Doc later notices Luke's hands shaking from withdrawal after he was forced to stop smoking for a few days due to a tobacco shortage in town. Worried about Luke getting fatally shot because of this, he impersonates him in a duel and gets shot in the back by his opponent's father, who then brags about being [[TitleDrop the man who killed Lucky Luke]]. He uses his LastWords to beg a distraught Luke to quit smoking before it is too late]]. At the end of the book, Luke is then seen picking up a piece of straw [[from Doc's grave]] and starts chewing on it as he leaves the town.

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** It becomes an important plot point in the 2016 DarkerAndEdgier book ''L'Homme qui tua Lucky Luke'' ("The man who killed Lucky Luke") by Matthieu Bonhomme. In said book, Lucky Luke meets a man named Doc Holiday, himself a chainsmoker whose lungs are starting to get the better of him. [[spoiler: Doc later notices Luke's hands shaking from withdrawal after he was forced to stop smoking for a few days due to a tobacco shortage in town. Worried about Luke getting fatally shot because of this, he impersonates him in a duel and gets shot in the back by his opponent's father, who then brags about being [[TitleDrop the man who killed Lucky Luke]]. He uses his LastWords to beg a distraught Luke to quit smoking before it is too late]]. At the end of the book, Luke is then seen picking up a piece of straw [[from [[spoiler: from Doc's grave]] and starts chewing on it as he leaves the town.
1st Jul '16 4:24:47 PM Vorpale
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** It becomes an important plot point in the 2016 DarkerAndEdgier book ''L'Homme qui tua Lucky Luke'' ("The man who killed Lucky Luke") by Matthieu Bonhomme. In said book, Lucky Luke meets a man named Doc Holiday, himself a chainsmoker whose lungs are starting to get the better of him. [[spoiler: Doc later notices Luke's hands shaking due to withdrawal after he was forced to stop smoking for a few days due to a tobacco shortage in town. Worried about Luke getting fatally shot because of this, he impersonates him in a duel and gets shot in the back by his opponent's father, who then brags about being [[TitleDrop the man who killed Lucky Luke]]. He uses his LastWords to beg a distraught Luke to quit smoking before it is too late]]. At the end of the book, Luke is then seen picking up a piece of straw and starts chewing on it as he leaves the town.

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** It becomes an important plot point in the 2016 DarkerAndEdgier book ''L'Homme qui tua Lucky Luke'' ("The man who killed Lucky Luke") by Matthieu Bonhomme. In said book, Lucky Luke meets a man named Doc Holiday, himself a chainsmoker whose lungs are starting to get the better of him. [[spoiler: Doc later notices Luke's hands shaking due to from withdrawal after he was forced to stop smoking for a few days due to a tobacco shortage in town. Worried about Luke getting fatally shot because of this, he impersonates him in a duel and gets shot in the back by his opponent's father, who then brags about being [[TitleDrop the man who killed Lucky Luke]]. He uses his LastWords to beg a distraught Luke to quit smoking before it is too late]]. At the end of the book, Luke is then seen picking up a piece of straw [[from Doc's grave]] and starts chewing on it as he leaves the town.
1st Jul '16 4:22:20 PM Vorpale
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** It becomes an important plot point in the 2016 DarkerAndEdgier book ''L'Homme qui tua Lucky Luke'' ("The man who killed Lucky Luke") by Matthieu Bonhomme. In said book, Lucky Luke meets a man named Doc Holiday, himself a chainsmoker whose lungs are starting to get the better of him. [[spoiler: Doc later notices Luke's hands shaking due to withdrawal after he was forced to stop smoking for a few days due to a tobacco shortage in town. Worried about Luke getting fatally shot because of this, he impersonates him in a duel and gets shot in the back by his opponent's father, who then brags about being [[TitleDrop the man who killed Lucky Luke]]. He uses his LastWords to beg a distraught Luke to quit smoking before it is too late]]. At the end of the book, Luke is then seen picking up a piece of straw and starts chewing on it as he leaves the town.
30th May '16 10:46:03 PM trixus
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%%* CoolHorse

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%%* CoolHorse* CoolHorse: Usually the fastest horse in the West and when other horses tell him that they are trained to show up at their master's whistle Jumper one up them by whistling ''Luke'' to show up.
-->'''Lucky Luke:''' You called old chum?
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