History Characters / ModernWarfare

5th Feb '16 5:00:05 AM kuchiki222
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* HeroKiller: Every time he is encountered in the flesh, Makarov ends up killing or critically wounding a PlayerCharacter. [[spoiler: Allen, Harkov, Soap, and Yuri (twice!)]]. The only time that doesn't happen is in [[spoiler:the Hotel Oasis, as Price, though Price is still wounded]].
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* HeroKiller: Every time he is encountered in the flesh, Makarov ends up killing or critically wounding a PlayerCharacter. [[spoiler: Allen, Harkov, Soap, and Yuri (twice!)]]. The only time that doesn't happen is in [[spoiler:the Hotel Oasis, as Price, though Price is still wounded]].wounded[[note]]Makarov can still kill Price if he delays the distraction[[/note]]]]]].
22nd Jan '16 5:38:42 PM TARINunit9
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* HypercompetentSidekick
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* HypercompetentSidekickHypercompetentSidekick[=/=]AlmightyJanitor: At the rank of Private he [[DoAnythingSoldier already has authorization for and training with]] basically every weapon system he's ever laid eyes on. And he uses them to pretty much win the war by himself. * TheMainCharactersDoEverything: See above.
14th Jan '16 12:53:54 AM santos32
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* TranquilFury: His speech before the final mission in modern warfare 2 is dripping with this.
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* SuddenlyVoiced: Notably, when the player controls him in ''Modern Warfare 3's'' final mission, he doesn't become a SilentProtagonist like Soap does. He remains the only character to be fully voiced under the player's control in the entire ''Modern Warfare'' trilogy. * TranquilFury: His speech before the final mission in modern warfare Modern Warfare 2 is dripping with this.

* SuddenlyVoiced
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* SuddenlyVoicedSuddenlyVoiced: Comes after his SilentProtagonist stint in the first game, but reverts back to it for unknown reasons when he returns to the player's control at the end of ''Modern Warfare 2.''
9th Jan '16 9:55:49 PM infernape612
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* SoleSurvivor: [[spoiler:Of Team Metal. He is the only one who is not in the diamond mine when it collapses on top of them.]]

* MaskPower

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* LivingMacguffin: Makarov wants her so she can be used to force President Vorshevsky to give him the launch codes to the Russian nuclear arsenal. Delta Force and Task Force 141 want her so that doesn't happen.
4th Jan '16 12:24:37 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* DecompositeCharacter: Like Fairbrass' two other characters above, he's a GoodCounterpart {{Foil}} to his voice actor's TheBrute role Delmar from ''Film/{{Cliffhanger}}'', as both characters carried a Beretta 92 as a sidearm and a variant of the [=MP5=] as a primary submachine gun, while both characters [[spoiler: died instantly from a gunshot wound to the chest, ironically Ghost's death was held after being devastated by Shepherd shooting his close colleague Roach, while Delmar's death was held after he himself caused a {{Deuteragonist}}'s devastation by killing off his close friend]]. Additionally, Ghost's diving outfit from "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday" and "The Gulag" resembles Delmar's black jumpsuit, while Ghost wears a balaclava much like Delmar's during the plane heist scene of ''Cliffhanger''. Also, both characters are quite the {{Torture Technician}}s, even though Ghost is a rare heroic example, but their torture tactics and motives tends to differ. While Delmar's brutal KickTheDog NoHoldsBarredBeatdown soccer torture was ForTheEvulz out of his own meaningless sadistic gratification, Ghost's less brutal and more subtle KickTheSonOfTheBitch ColdBloodedTorture on the other hand was meaningfully for extracting important information to take down the enemy.
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* DecompositeCharacter: Like Fairbrass' two other characters above, he's a GoodCounterpart {{Foil}} to his voice actor's TheBrute role Delmar from ''Film/{{Cliffhanger}}'', as both characters carried a Beretta 92 as a sidearm and a variant of the [=MP5=] as a primary submachine gun, while both characters [[spoiler: died instantly from a gunshot wound to the chest, ironically Ghost's death was held after being devastated by Shepherd shooting his close colleague Roach, while Delmar's death was held after he himself caused a {{Deuteragonist}}'s devastation by killing off his close friend]]. Additionally, Ghost's diving outfit from "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday" and "The Gulag" resembles Delmar's black jumpsuit, while Ghost wears a balaclava much like Delmar's during the plane heist scene of ''Cliffhanger''. Also, both characters are quite the {{Torture Technician}}s, even though Ghost is a rare heroic example, but their torture tactics and motives tends to differ. While Delmar's brutal KickTheDog NoHoldsBarredBeatdown soccer torture was ForTheEvulz out of his own meaningless sadistic gratification, Ghost's less brutal and more subtle KickTheSonOfTheBitch KickTheSonOfABitch ColdBloodedTorture on the other hand was meaningfully for extracting important information to take down the enemy.
4th Jan '16 12:23:36 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* DecompositeCharacter: Like Fairbrass' two other characters above, he's a GoodCounterpart {{Foil}} to his voice actor's TheBrute role Delmar from ''Film/{{Cliffhanger}}'', as both characters carried a Beretta 92 as a sidearm and a variant of the [=MP5=] as a primary submachine gun, while both characters [[spoiler: died instantly from a gunshot wound to the chest, ironically Ghost's death was held after being devastated by Shepherd shooting his close colleague Roach, while Delmar's death was held after he himself caused a {{Deuteragonist}}'s devastation by killing off his close friend]]. Additionally, Ghost's diving outfit from "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday" and "The Gulag" resembles Delmar's black jumpsuit, while Ghost wears a balaclava much like Delmar's during the plane heist scene of ''Cliffhanger''. Also, both characters are quite the {{Torture Technician}}s, even though Ghost is a rare heroic example, but their torture tactics and motives tends to differ. While Delmar's brutal NoHoldsBarredBeatdown soccer torture was ForTheEvulz out of his own meaningless sadistic gratification, Ghost's less brutal and more subtle ColdBloodedTorture on the other hand was meaningfully for extracting important information to take down the enemy.
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* DecompositeCharacter: Like Fairbrass' two other characters above, he's a GoodCounterpart {{Foil}} to his voice actor's TheBrute role Delmar from ''Film/{{Cliffhanger}}'', as both characters carried a Beretta 92 as a sidearm and a variant of the [=MP5=] as a primary submachine gun, while both characters [[spoiler: died instantly from a gunshot wound to the chest, ironically Ghost's death was held after being devastated by Shepherd shooting his close colleague Roach, while Delmar's death was held after he himself caused a {{Deuteragonist}}'s devastation by killing off his close friend]]. Additionally, Ghost's diving outfit from "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday" and "The Gulag" resembles Delmar's black jumpsuit, while Ghost wears a balaclava much like Delmar's during the plane heist scene of ''Cliffhanger''. Also, both characters are quite the {{Torture Technician}}s, even though Ghost is a rare heroic example, but their torture tactics and motives tends to differ. While Delmar's brutal KickTheDog NoHoldsBarredBeatdown soccer torture was ForTheEvulz out of his own meaningless sadistic gratification, Ghost's less brutal and more subtle KickTheSonOfTheBitch ColdBloodedTorture on the other hand was meaningfully for extracting important information to take down the enemy.
4th Jan '16 12:21:56 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* DecompositeCharacter: Like Fairbrass' two other characters above, he's a GoodCounterpart {{Foil}} to his voice actor's TheBrute role Delmar from ''Film/{{Cliffhanger}}'', as both characters carried a Beretta 92 as a sidearm and a variant of the [=MP5=] as a primary submachine gun, while both characters [[spoiler: died instantly from a gunshot wound to the chest, ironically Ghost's death was held after being devastated by Shepherd shooting his close colleague Roach, while Delmar's death was held after he himself caused a {{Deuteragonist}}'s devastation by killing off his close friend]]. Additionally, Ghost's diving outfit from "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday" and "The Gulag" resembles Delmar's black jumpsuit, while Ghost wears a balaclava much like Delmar's during the plane heist scene of ''Cliffhanger''.
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* DecompositeCharacter: Like Fairbrass' two other characters above, he's a GoodCounterpart {{Foil}} to his voice actor's TheBrute role Delmar from ''Film/{{Cliffhanger}}'', as both characters carried a Beretta 92 as a sidearm and a variant of the [=MP5=] as a primary submachine gun, while both characters [[spoiler: died instantly from a gunshot wound to the chest, ironically Ghost's death was held after being devastated by Shepherd shooting his close colleague Roach, while Delmar's death was held after he himself caused a {{Deuteragonist}}'s devastation by killing off his close friend]]. Additionally, Ghost's diving outfit from "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday" and "The Gulag" resembles Delmar's black jumpsuit, while Ghost wears a balaclava much like Delmar's during the plane heist scene of ''Cliffhanger''. Also, both characters are quite the {{Torture Technician}}s, even though Ghost is a rare heroic example, but their torture tactics and motives tends to differ. While Delmar's brutal NoHoldsBarredBeatdown soccer torture was ForTheEvulz out of his own meaningless sadistic gratification, Ghost's less brutal and more subtle ColdBloodedTorture on the other hand was meaningfully for extracting important information to take down the enemy.

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* DecompositeCharacter: Like Fairbrass' two other characters above, he's a GoodCounterpart {{Foil}} TheStarscream: In ''Modern Warfare 3'', he attempts to his voice actor's TheBrute role Delmar overthrow the Russian President to extract the missile launch codes from ''Film/{{Cliffhanger}}'', as both characters carried a Beretta 92 as a sidearm him and a variant of the [=MP5=] as a primary submachine gun, while both characters [[spoiler: died instantly take political (but mostly military) power of Russia from a gunshot wound to the chest, ironically Ghost's death was held after being devastated by Shepherd shooting his close colleague Roach, while Delmar's death was held after he himself caused a {{Deuteragonist}}'s devastation by killing off his close friend]]. Additionally, Ghost's diving outfit from "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday" and "The Gulag" resembles Delmar's black jumpsuit, while Ghost wears a balaclava much like Delmar's during the plane heist scene of ''Cliffhanger''.him.
3rd Jan '16 11:07:29 AM infernape612
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* [[spoiler: RoaringRampageOfRevenge: In ''Modern Warfare 2'''s ending, alongside Price.]]

* [[spoiler: RoaringRampageOfRevenge: In ''Modern Warfare 2'''s ending, alongside Price.]]

* UndyingLoyalty: [[spoiler: Potentially verging on MyMasterRightOrWrong by the end of the second game. Needless to say, he will follow Price to the ends of the Earth and beyond.]]
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* UndyingLoyalty: [[spoiler: Potentially [[spoiler:Potentially verging on MyMasterRightOrWrong by the end of the second game. Needless to say, he will follow Price to the ends of the Earth and beyond.]]

* [[spoiler:VillainWithGoodPublicity]]: [[spoiler:Is buried at Arlington National Cemetery and public considered an American war hero.]]
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* [[spoiler:VillainWithGoodPublicity]]: [[spoiler:Is buried at Arlington National Cemetery and public publicly considered an American war hero.]]
14th Dec '15 2:44:53 PM Discar
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The Presidents Daughter is no longer a trope.
* ThePresidentsDaughter
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* ThePresidentsDaughter
10th Nov '15 6:03:32 PM lolface123
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* DentedIron: Despite taking an absurd amount of punishment in all three games, [[spoiler: the knife wound caused by Shepherd opens up again in ''3'' after he takes the blast of a bomb and he bleeds to death.]]
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