History Characters / LuckyLuke

23rd Apr '16 7:25:45 AM Silverblade2
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** PhraseCatcher: "Lucky Luke? Not ''the'' Lucky Luke?"



* PhraseCatcher: "Lucky Luke? Not ''the'' Lucky Luke?"



* CoolHorse

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* ActionGirl

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* {{Big Damn Hero|es}}ine: She is introduced in her first starring appearance with this, saving Luke from a bunch of Natives of her own.

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* {{Big Damn Hero|es}}ine: BigDamnHeroes: She is introduced in her first starring appearance with this, saving Luke from a bunch of Natives of her own.



* FieryRedhead

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* {{Tomboy}}
** TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: Downplayed; she couldn't act less feminine and her tastes are completely boyish, but when she becomes the owner of a saloon in her first story, one of her main ambitions was to create a small area reserved to ladies, where she would serve them tea and cakes. Later in the same story, Lucky Luke manages to have her trained into at least ''pretending'' to be a lady, though her true personality is still there and doesn't take long to show up again.

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** * TomboyWithAGirlyStreak: Downplayed; she couldn't act less feminine and her tastes are completely boyish, but when she becomes the owner of a saloon in her first story, one of her main ambitions was to create a small area reserved to ladies, where she would serve them tea and cakes. Later in the same story, Lucky Luke manages to have her trained into at least ''pretending'' to be a lady, though her true personality is still there and doesn't take long to show up again.



* IdiotBall[=/=]VillainBall: While Averell is the default holder, it gets passed around ''a lot'' among the four of them.

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* IdiotBall[=/=]VillainBall: IdiotBall: While Averell is the default holder, it gets passed around ''a lot'' among the four of them.



* NiceHat

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* ScoobyStack

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* DeadpanSnarker

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** JerkassHasAPoint: When he explains to the Natives the effect the people of Daisy Town will have on them.
*** Also, in the Rantanplan spin-off, he at one point calls out the Warden for failing not only to prevent them from escaping, but also to prevent people from entering in the Penitentiary to abduct prisoners. While the scene is played for laughs, the Wardens ''do'' suck at their job.

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** * JerkassHasAPoint: When he explains to the Natives the effect the people of Daisy Town will have on them.
*** ** Also, in the Rantanplan spin-off, he at one point calls out the Warden for failing not only to prevent them from escaping, but also to prevent people from entering in the Penitentiary to abduct prisoners. While the scene is played for laughs, the Wardens ''do'' suck at their job.



* TriggerHappy

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* TheDragon
** CoDragons: With Jack.

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* TheDragon
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CoDragons: With Jack.Jack.
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* TheDragon
** CoDragons: With William.

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* TheDragon
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CoDragons: With William.William.
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* AntiVillain

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** GeniusDitz: Occasionally shown to possess unexpected skills, such as being able to craft a fake revolver out of soap.



* GeniusDitz: Occasionally shown to possess unexpected skills, such as being able to craft a fake revolver out of soap.



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* EvilRedhead

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* BeardOfEvil

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30th Mar '16 10:47:17 PM Odacon_Spy
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* ChronicHeroSyndrome: Tends to bring his help to whoever he meets during his journeys. There ''are'' some occasions where he tries to leave them to their fate, frequently out of frustration about their stupidity (particularly when it comes to [[CardboardPrison the Warden's inability to keep the Dalton contained in jail]]), but either [[ChangedMyMindKid he eventually comes back having changed his mind]], or [[GuileHero it turns out he was only faking his departure as part of a manipulation]].

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* ChronicHeroSyndrome: Tends to bring his help to whoever he meets during his journeys. There ''are'' some occasions where he tries to leave them to their fate, frequently out of frustration about their stupidity (particularly when it comes to [[CardboardPrison the Warden's inability to keep the Dalton Daltons contained in jail]]), but either [[ChangedMyMindKid he eventually comes back having changed his mind]], or [[GuileHero it turns out he was only faking his departure as part of a manipulation]].



* TheDreaded: He is Lucky Luke, THE Luky Luke. In the Tenderfoot when he told a lynch mob that surrounded him to stand down and bring Waldo for due process and avoid a bloodbath (Luke only had Waldo and himself against almost ten person), they comply with one simply explaining: Ever saw Lucky Luke shooting?

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* TheDreaded: He is Lucky Luke, THE Luky Luke. In the Tenderfoot "The Tenderfoot" when he told a lynch mob that surrounded him to stand down and bring Waldo for due process and avoid a bloodbath (Luke only had Waldo and himself against almost ten person), they comply with one simply explaining: Ever saw Lucky Luke shooting?



* GenreSavvy: Particularly when it comes to the Dalton and [[CardboardPrison the probability of their escapes]]. He is ''never'' surprised when informed they are on the run again.
* GuileHero: Despite being best-known for his skills as a marksman, he actually defeats a lot of his opponents by outsmarting them rather than by force. The Dalton, especially, he usually takes down by outsmarting them rather than actually fighting them.

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* GenreSavvy: Particularly when it comes to the Dalton Daltons and [[CardboardPrison the probability of their escapes]]. He is ''never'' surprised when informed they are on the run again.
* GuileHero: Despite being best-known for his skills as a marksman, he actually defeats a lot of his opponents by outsmarting them rather than by force. The Dalton, Daltons, especially, he usually takes down by outsmarting them rather than actually fighting them.



* HonorBeforeReason: Has an unfortunate tendency of following this even in life-or-death situations. Eg. in the ''Dalton's mother'' Ma Dalton came really close to shooting him dead, just because he refused to duel an old lady, despite the fact that he could own the rights to the BlastingItOutOfTheirHands trope! Would not disarm a girl much?

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* HonorBeforeReason: Has an unfortunate tendency of following this even in life-or-death situations. Eg. in the ''Dalton's ''Daltons' mother'' Ma Dalton came really close to shooting him dead, just because he refused to duel an old lady, despite the fact that he could own the rights to the BlastingItOutOfTheirHands trope! Would not disarm a girl much?
16th Mar '16 2:08:12 AM Shadowgazer
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* UngratefulBastard: No matter how many times Luke saves their varying sized hides, they will still attempt to eliminate him at first chance. It extends to civilians too. In the ''Daltons in the Blizzard'' they thanked the Indians who saved them from drowning by violently stealing from them their sled.
10th Mar '16 9:22:20 AM Shadowgazer
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9th Mar '16 5:51:55 AM Shadowgazer
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* HonorBeforeReason: Has an unfortunate tendency of following this even in life-or-death situations. Eg. in the ''Dalton's mother'' Ma Dalton came really close to shooting him dead, just because he refused to duel an old lady, despite the fact that he could own the rights to the BlastingItOutOfTheirHands trope! Would not disarm a girl?

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* HonorBeforeReason: Has an unfortunate tendency of following this even in life-or-death situations. Eg. in the ''Dalton's mother'' Ma Dalton came really close to shooting him dead, just because he refused to duel an old lady, despite the fact that he could own the rights to the BlastingItOutOfTheirHands trope! Would not disarm a girl?girl much?



* BigBad: The closest thing the series has to one.

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* BigBad: The closest thing the series has to a recurring one.
8th Mar '16 7:41:07 AM Shadowgazer
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* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: There aren't many people so willing to screw money as much as he is. He simply doesn't care.

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* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: There aren't many people so willing to screw money as much as he is. He simply doesn't care. Heck trying to bribe him to do something immoral is a BerserkButton that once pressed activates the punching system.
8th Mar '16 7:27:15 AM Shadowgazer
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* HonorBeforeReason: Has an unfortunate tendency of following this even in life-or-death situations. Eg. in the ''Dalton's mother'' Ma Dalton came really close to shooting him dead, just because he refused to duel an old lady, despite the fact that he could own the rights to the BlastingItOutOfTheirHands trope! Would not disarm a girl?


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* ScrewTheMoneyIHaveRules: There aren't many people so willing to screw money as much as he is. He simply doesn't care.
5th Mar '16 10:17:34 PM trixus
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** Averted in The Rivals of Painful Gulch. He wanted out but then the bridge he was crossing on blown up due to one of the families antic, he came back solely for revenge.


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* TheDreaded: He is Lucky Luke, THE Luky Luke. In the Tenderfoot when he told a lynch mob that surrounded him to stand down and bring Waldo for due process and avoid a bloodbath (Luke only had Waldo and himself against almost ten person), they comply with one simply explaining: Ever saw Lucky Luke shooting?


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* RelativeButton: Jolly Jumper is the closest thing he has that for friend and family, when he is kidnapped Luke is shaking down people by threatening to blow their head off.
28th Feb '16 8:12:39 AM Shadowgazer
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** And even in his normal state there have been moments where he showed himself to be more dangerous than one would expect like ''The Dalton Cousins'' where he actually fought Luke to a tie and the ''Dalton's Escape'' where he came the closest to simply shooting Lucky Luke dead, stopped only by Joe's decision to take him as a prisoner and slave.
25th Feb '16 8:00:07 AM Shadowgazer
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* DemotedToExtra: After his album and being the MonsterOfTheWeek, he never again became the main threat and was always a minor recurring player. Even in the new animated series he only made a cameo at the end of the episode that was about the rivalry of Joe Dalton and Billy the Kid as a third possible candidate for the title of worst desperado.
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