History Characters / Tron

5th Nov '16 4:54:38 PM Morgenthaler
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* BruiserWithASoftCenter: Yes, he's the biggest {{Badass}} in {{cyberspace}}. He's also a very loyal and sweet guy. He's visibly shaken when it looks like Flynn and Ram were killed. When he's running through the city, an urgent call from his User pending, he goes to rescue his girlfriend first (and if you believe that DeletedScene, go back to her place for a while). His KingdomHearts incarnation is even more so.

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* BruiserWithASoftCenter: Yes, he's the biggest {{Badass}} badass in {{cyberspace}}. He's also a very loyal and sweet guy. He's visibly shaken when it looks like Flynn and Ram were killed. When he's running through the city, an urgent call from his User pending, he goes to rescue his girlfriend first (and if you believe that DeletedScene, go back to her place for a while). His KingdomHearts incarnation is even more so.
27th Oct '16 10:13:23 AM Allronix
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* DorkKnight: Yup. Badass in a combat arena and a completely earnest, sweet-natured ''dork'' when the discs aren't flying.



%%* ReligiousBruiser
%%* SupportingProtagonist

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%%* ReligiousBruiser
%%* SupportingProtagonist
* ReligiousBruiser: Bordering on ThePaladin. He explicitly states that he fights for [[TheMaker Users]], particularly his creator, Alan. Much of the reason he was sent to the Games was because he refused to abandon that faith. [[spoiler: It's probably dimmed significantly come the TronUprising era]].
25th Sep '16 12:52:23 PM StClair
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* NiceGuy: Imagine a friendly neighbohood insurance agent who genuinely loves his job helping people. He might be the most uncorruptable guy in the whole franchise.

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* NiceGuy: Imagine a friendly neighbohood neighborhood insurance agent who genuinely loves his job helping people. He might be the most uncorruptable guy in the whole franchise.
21st Sep '16 9:52:18 PM Mdjj1996
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* LivingPolyhedron
18th Aug '16 3:48:28 PM gjjones
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** {{Downplayed|Trope}} at the end of the film when [[spoiler:after Flynn's documentation of Dillinger's plagiarism is displayed on his desk screen, and he realizes his game is up. He says nothing, but the look on his face is enough]].

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** {{Downplayed|Trope}} at the end of the film when [[spoiler:after Flynn's documentation of Dillinger's plagiarism is displayed on his desk screen, and he realizes his game is up. He says nothing, but the look on his face is enough]].



* {{Badass}}: How badass? At the climax, he's able to ''break'' a disc with his own basically by ''throwing it real hard''. Keep in mind, discs normally deflect other discs easily.



* BigBad: Rules his network with an iron fist, and plans on expanding to others.

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* BigBad: Rules The main antagonist of the film who rules his network with an iron fist, and plans on expanding to others.



* VerbalTic: "End of line."

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* VerbalTic: When finishing conversations, the MCP says, "End of line."



%%* TheDragon: To MCP.

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%%* * TheDragon: To MCP.He is the MCP's right-hand man.


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* OhCrap: Bit gets this when it realizes that Flynn's about to crash his Recognizer.
18th Aug '16 3:45:40 PM gjjones
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* OhCrap:
** He has one when Alan informs him that Tron would be able to watchdog Master Control. As soon as Alan's out of earshot, Master Control seems to share the sentiment.
** Dillinger also gets this when the MCP casually mentions that it plans to take over both [[TheGreatPoliticsMessUp the Pentagon and the Kremlin]].
** {{Downplayed|Trope}} at the end of the film when [[spoiler:after Flynn's documentation of Dillinger's plagiarism is displayed on his desk screen, and he realizes his game is up. He says nothing, but the look on his face is enough]].
1st Aug '16 7:04:56 AM VicGeorge2011
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* ManChild: He seems to have regressed to this state after getting kicked out of his company. When we first see him, he's the owner of an arcade and wowing his teenage customers with his virtuoso game skills. His office overlooks the arcade, Lora (his ex) shouts in frustration "Now, you see why all his friends are fourteen years old!"

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* ManChild: He seems to have regressed to this state after getting kicked out of his company. When we first see him, he's the owner of an arcade and wowing his teenage customers with his virtuoso game skills. His office overlooks the arcade, and when he asks Alan about Lora's personal bedroom habits, Lora (his ex) shouts in frustration "Now, you see why all his friends are fourteen years old!"
29th Feb '16 12:31:05 PM SlaughterhouseDb
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** YMMV on the impractical: [[Sark demonstrates his power by deflecting Tron's multi-striking disc ''with his bare hand''. If not for Flynn's intervention, it's entirely possible Tron would have lost.]]

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** YMMV on the impractical: [[Sark [[spoiler:Sark demonstrates his power by deflecting Tron's multi-striking disc ''with his bare hand''. If not for Flynn's intervention, it's entirely possible Tron would have lost.]]
29th Feb '16 12:30:16 PM SlaughterhouseDb
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** YMMV on the impractical: [[Sark demonstrates his power by deflecting Tron's multi-striking disc ''with his bare hand''. If not for Flynn's intervention, it's entirely possible Tron would have lost.]]
12th Feb '16 7:13:04 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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%%* BigBad

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%%* BigBad* BigBad: Rules his network with an iron fist, and plans on expanding to others.
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