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25th Jun '16 10:09:20 AM XFire
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*** Though this appears to have improved slightly with the reveal of [[spoiler: Hades Vandein]] being a superior villain. Not only does he wipe the floor with them in the most humiliating way possible, his monologues indicate the Huckbein are little more than his UnwittingPawns.

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*** Though this appears to have improved slightly with the reveal of [[spoiler: Hades Vandein]] being a superior villain. Not only does he wipe the floor with them in the most humiliating way possible, his monologues indicate the [[UnwittingPawn Huckbein are little more than his UnwittingPawns.pawns]].
25th Jun '16 10:07:10 AM XFire
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*** Though this appears to have improved slightly with the reveal of [[spoiler: Hades Vandein]] being a superior villain. Not only does he wipe the floor with them in the most humiliating way possible, his monologues indicate the Huckbein are little more than his UnwittingPawns.
24th May '16 7:55:24 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** Some fans consider any [[PunyEarthlings puny human]], or at least any puny human who threatens to be a significant figure in the continuity in question and takes away screen time/page count from the Transformers, to fit this trope (especially if what should be a minor subplot about [[Film/{{Transformers}} Sam Witwicky]]'s desire to engage in squishy human procreation [[PlotTumor takes over the whole movie]]). The only exceptions to this seem to be [[Anime/TransformersArmada Stella Holley]], [[TransformersAnimated Sari Sumdac]], [[Film/{{Transformers}} William Lennox and Robert Epps]], and [[Film/TransformersAgeOfExtinction Cade Yeager]].

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** Some fans consider any [[PunyEarthlings puny human]], or at least any puny human who threatens to be a significant figure in the continuity in question and takes away screen time/page count from the Transformers, to fit this trope (especially if what should be a minor subplot about [[Film/{{Transformers}} Sam Witwicky]]'s desire to engage in squishy human procreation [[PlotTumor takes over the whole movie]]). The only exceptions to this seem to be [[Anime/TransformersArmada Stella Holley]], [[TransformersAnimated [[WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated Sari Sumdac]], [[Film/{{Transformers}} William Lennox and Robert Epps]], and [[Film/TransformersAgeOfExtinction Cade Yeager]].
24th May '16 7:54:55 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** Some fans consider any [[PunyEarthlings puny human]], or at least any puny human who threatens to be a significant figure in the continuity in question and takes away screen time/page count from the Transformers, to fit this trope (especially if what should be a minor subplot about [[Film/{{Transformers}} Sam Witwicky]]'s desire to engage in squishy human procreation [[PlotTumor takes over the whole movie]]). The only exceptions to this seem to be [[TransformersArmada Stella Holley]], [[TransformersAnimated Sari Sumdac]], [[Film/{{Transformers}} William Lennox and Robert Epps]], and [[Film/TransformersAgeOfExtinction Cade Yeager]].

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** Some fans consider any [[PunyEarthlings puny human]], or at least any puny human who threatens to be a significant figure in the continuity in question and takes away screen time/page count from the Transformers, to fit this trope (especially if what should be a minor subplot about [[Film/{{Transformers}} Sam Witwicky]]'s desire to engage in squishy human procreation [[PlotTumor takes over the whole movie]]). The only exceptions to this seem to be [[TransformersArmada [[Anime/TransformersArmada Stella Holley]], [[TransformersAnimated Sari Sumdac]], [[Film/{{Transformers}} William Lennox and Robert Epps]], and [[Film/TransformersAgeOfExtinction Cade Yeager]].
16th May '16 6:11:09 PM Drope
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* Due to a BrokenBase over the subject, the fans of ''Manga/BokuNoHeroAcademia'' that dislike Bakugou accuse him of being such. Although he spends from the age of 4 to 15 bullying Midoriya, [[KarmaHoudini he never faces consequences for doing so]]. All students praise him for being such a good fighter and teachers are impressed by his abilities, after being saved, heroes still praise how big of a fighter he was in the first chapter. This really hit the fences when [[spoiler: he wins the School Sports Tournament, hence giving him the title of strongest student of the U.A.]]. Other fans though point out he had a long list of ButtMonkey and even BadassInDistress moments and had a big piece of HumblePie ever since he entered U.A.

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* Due to a BrokenBase over the subject, the fans of ''Manga/BokuNoHeroAcademia'' ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'' that dislike Bakugou accuse him of being such. Although he spends from the age of 4 to 15 bullying Midoriya, [[KarmaHoudini he never faces consequences for doing so]]. All students praise him for being such a good fighter and teachers are impressed by his abilities, after being saved, heroes still praise how big of a fighter he was in the first chapter. This really hit the fences when [[spoiler: he wins the School Sports Tournament, hence giving him the title of strongest student of the U.A.]]. Other fans though point out he had a long list of ButtMonkey and even BadassInDistress moments and had a big piece of HumblePie ever since he entered U.A.
24th Apr '16 6:17:30 PM Arcana4th
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* Due to a BrokenBase over the subject, the fans of ''Manga/BokuNoHeroAcademia'' that dislike Bakugou accuse him of being such. Although he spends from the age of 4 to 15 bullying Midoriya, [[KarmaHoudini he never faces consequences for doing so]]. All students praise him for being such a good fighter and teachers are impressed by his abilities, after being saved, heroes still praise how big of a fighter he was in the first chapter. This really hit the fences when [[spoiler: he wins the School Sports Tournament, hence giving him the title of strongest student of the U.A.]]. Other fans though point out he had a long list of ButtMonkey and even BadassInDistress moments and had a big piece of HumblePie ever since he entered U.A.
6th Apr '16 2:04:05 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''Manga/{{Beyblade}}'': Daichi in the the third and final season. Basically a exaggerated CopyCatSue of Takao with a very irritating voice who gets just as much spotlight, leaving Max, Rei and Kai with less screentime.

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* ''Manga/{{Beyblade}}'': ''Anime/{{Beyblade}}'': Daichi in the the third and final season. Basically a exaggerated CopyCatSue of Takao with a very irritating voice who gets just as much spotlight, leaving Max, Rei and Kai with less screentime.



* ''Anime/CodeGeass'': During R2, Rolo was perceived as receiving more screen time in the early episodes over many other better liked characters. Apparently the female staff members were said to be especially fond of him. Subverted when he was ultimately RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap [[spoiler:via an [[CrowningMomentofAwesome awesome]] yet [[TearJerker heart-wrenching]] HeroicSacrifice.]]

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During R2, Rolo was perceived as receiving more screen time in the early episodes over many other better liked characters. Apparently the female staff members were said to be especially fond of him. Subverted when he was ultimately RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap [[spoiler:via an [[CrowningMomentofAwesome awesome]] yet [[TearJerker heart-wrenching]] HeroicSacrifice.]]
24th Mar '16 9:06:09 AM TheNerfGuy
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* ''Anime/OjamajoDoremi'''s own Hana is often used as a plot device for the overall stories of the [[PostScriptSeason second and third season]]. Already most of the fanbase found her to be TheLoad and generally annoying during her appearances as an infant. The fourth season, when she [[LateArrivalSpoiler grows up]] and joins the FiveManBand as the SixthRanger, takes this UpToEleven when she is given CanonSue qualities due to being a full-blooded witch, hence her SpecialSnowflakeSyndrome. Examples to note are the fact that she's so strong she doesn't need to be in [[AllYourPowersCombined Magical Stage]], the fact that she's the only one able to fight the Curse of the Brambles, the fact that she's the one who accompanies Baba through the Door to Majo Tourbillon's Heart, and the fact that [[spoiler:she's crowned the next Queen of the Witch World]]. Personality-wise, Hana's just a [[{{Dojikko}} clumsier]] and less snarky version of Pop (the other {{Scrappy}}). Unlike the latter, [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer she's constantly being doted on by Doremi and the girls]], [[DudeMagnet almost every boy in her class has had a crush on her at some point]], and she's often given credit for ideas she didn't directly create.
22nd Mar '16 12:54:24 PM MagBas
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* ''Manga/Naruto'''s Uchiha Itachi is widely considered this. He is ridiculously powerful, has the series moral compass warped to suit him, constantly pulls new abilities out of ''absolutely nowhere'', and is basically worshipped by the two primary protagonists once his tragic backstory (a tragedy which is arguably his fault in the first place) is brought to light. Almost a quarter of the BrokenBase in the franchise can be directly attributed to him.
** Sasuke, Itachi's little brother, is much the same. The Japanese half of the franchise loves him, but American readers ''despise'' him, especially given his [[SpotlightStealingSquad spotlight-stealing]] tendencies. There was actually a vocal minority that demanded he be killed off, regardless of the fact that it would fracture the already plothole-filled story beyond repair.
22nd Mar '16 10:07:46 AM EonADS
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** Sasuke, Itachi's little brother, is much the same. The Japanese half of the franchise loves him, but American readers ''despise'' him, especially given his [[SpotlightStealingSquad spotlight-stealing tendencies. There was actually a vocal minority that demanded he be killed off, regardless of the fact that it would fracture the already plothole-filled story beyond repair.

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** Sasuke, Itachi's little brother, is much the same. The Japanese half of the franchise loves him, but American readers ''despise'' him, especially given his [[SpotlightStealingSquad spotlight-stealing spotlight-stealing]] tendencies. There was actually a vocal minority that demanded he be killed off, regardless of the fact that it would fracture the already plothole-filled story beyond repair.
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