History FatBastard / VideoGames

1st Dec '17 4:55:35 PM Crino37
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** There's also Paco Ramirez, one of the Origami Killer associates, who is a jerkass with a huge criminal record and likely a rapist.

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** There's also Paco Ramirez, Mendez, one of the Origami Killer associates, who is a jerkass with a huge criminal record and likely a rapist.
1st Dec '17 4:42:18 PM Crino37
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** There's also Paco Ramirez, one of the Origami Killer associates, who is a jerkass with a huge criminal record and likely a rapist.
21st Nov '17 2:40:43 PM Stealth
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** Later, we get the rotund Paco Loco, Richard Rose's violent dimwit bodyguard (bearing a coincidental resemblance to Heart of ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar''). He's even {{Gonk}}ier than Greedwell, resembling a blobfish with a Maxim gun. He's also pure DumbMuscle, speaking in a mixture of broken Spanish and baby talk.

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** Later, we get the rotund preposterously flabby Paco Loco, Richard Rose's violent dimwit bodyguard (bearing a coincidental resemblance to Heart of ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar''). He's even {{Gonk}}ier than Greedwell, resembling a blobfish with a Maxim gun. He's also pure DumbMuscle, speaking in a mixture of broken Spanish and baby talk.talk.
* ''Super VideoGame/PunchOut'' has [[FightingClown Mad Clown]], a former Italian opera singer who snapped, then became a circus clown, then snapped ''again'', taking up boxing in order to punch people. His expression suggests that he's edging on psychotic by the time of his appearance. To some extent, King Hippo can also be seen as this, though he comes across as much less malicious. Bear Hugger is notably ''not'' an example, being too big and goofy to be considered a bastard and coming off more as the BigFun.
* The ''VideoGame/XMen'' arcade game features the nearly-spherical mass of {{Kevlard}} Fred Dukes, AKA The Blob. He's every bit as grossly obese as his name implies and serves as the boss of stage 2.
-->"''[[Memes/VideoGames Nothing moves the Blob!]]''"
15th Sep '17 9:54:18 AM Berrenta
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* In ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'', there was a boss, Bongo, that was a big, fire-breathing Fat Bastard. On top of being ThatOneBoss, if you try to suplex him, ''[[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything your character hurts their back and suffers damage]]''. In later games, the "hurt user while attempting to throw Fatty" is sometimes illogical. Such as Sammy(scrawny rollerblading tween/teen) being able to throw them overhead(essentially grabbing their shoulders from behind, then flipping to the front and transferring the momentum into a throw) [[note]]possibly an oversight[[/note]], while Zan(cyborg), Shiva(martial artist) and Ash(fairly large, like 6-7' Camp/Hard Gay) cannot. Shiva's throw animation doesn't even really involve lifting either. It's more like "shove them into the dirt".

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* In ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'', there was a boss, Bongo, that was a big, fire-breathing Fat Bastard. On top of being ThatOneBoss, if you try to suplex him, ''[[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything ''[[DevelopersForesight your character hurts their back and suffers damage]]''. In later games, the "hurt user while attempting to throw Fatty" is sometimes illogical. Such as Sammy(scrawny rollerblading tween/teen) being able to throw them overhead(essentially grabbing their shoulders from behind, then flipping to the front and transferring the momentum into a throw) [[note]]possibly an oversight[[/note]], while Zan(cyborg), Shiva(martial artist) and Ash(fairly large, like 6-7' Camp/Hard Gay) cannot. Shiva's throw animation doesn't even really involve lifting either. It's more like "shove them into the dirt".
14th Sep '17 6:20:08 AM BeerBaron
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has the Sload, a race of "slugmen" native to Thras, an archipelago to the southwest of Tamriel. As they grow, Sload become more and more corpulent, to the point that only being supported by magic or water prevents them from being crushed under their own weight. They are also believed to be TheAgeless, with no limit to age or size. One story tells of an "Elder Distended One," who seems to serve as some sort of leader to the Sload. It is said to be "impressively corpulent" and regurgitates some unknown substance that other Sload then "[[AlienLunch eagerly consume]]." While the Sload tend to operate under their own BlueAndOrangeMorality (with a heavy dose of TheUnfettered), the denizens of Tamriel see them as AlwaysChaoticEvil. (Attempting a FinalSolution on Tamriel using a MysticalPlague which wipes out over half the population tends to have that effect...)

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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls''
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series has the Sload, a race of "slugmen" native to Thras, an archipelago to the southwest of Tamriel. As they grow, Sload become more and more corpulent, to the point that only being supported by magic or water prevents them from being crushed under their own weight. They are also believed to be TheAgeless, with no limit to age or size. One story tells of an "Elder Distended One," who seems to serve as some sort of leader to the Sload. It is said to be "impressively corpulent" and regurgitates some unknown substance that other Sload then "[[AlienLunch eagerly consume]]." While the Sload tend to operate under their own BlueAndOrangeMorality (with a heavy dose of TheUnfettered), the denizens of Tamriel see them as AlwaysChaoticEvil. (Attempting a FinalSolution on Tamriel using a MysticalPlague which wipes out over half the population tends to have that effect...))
** Ogrim are a [[GiantMook massive]] form of [[OurDemonsAreDifferent lesser Daedra]] that are as [[DumbMuscle dim-witted as they are strong]]. Ogrim are are among the largest of the lesser Daedra, with heavy set frames and huge bulbous stomachs. They are also near universally hostile to mortals.
8th Sep '17 1:18:23 AM Stealth
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** ''VideoGame/WarriorsOrochi'' has Orochi's Snake Generals, large, potbellied snake-like warriors who are to a man unrepentant arseholes.
8th Sep '17 1:06:45 AM Stealth
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** Another ''Command Mission'' boss is Botos of the Rebellion Cadre, a [[TopHeavyGuy disproportionately rotund yet stumpy]] GetBackHereBoss who is a scheming DirtyCoward at ''best''. He's [[NotInThisForYourRevolution not even dedicated to the rebellion]] and simply wants to be in power, going so far as to [[spoiler: ''tear Ferham's ID key right out of her body'', giving him access the Supra-Force Metal missile warhead, sabotaging the Rebellion's plan to use the missile to give Reploids everywhere enhanced powers just so he could have it all to himself]]. [[RewardedAsATraitorDeserves He gets what's coming to him]].

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** Another ''Command Mission'' boss is Botos of the Rebellion Cadre, a [[TopHeavyGuy disproportionately rotund yet stumpy]] GetBackHereBoss CowardlyBoss who is a scheming DirtyCoward at ''best''. He's [[NotInThisForYourRevolution not even dedicated to the rebellion]] and simply wants to be in power, going so far as to [[spoiler: ''tear Ferham's ID key right out of her body'', giving him access the Supra-Force Metal missile warhead, sabotaging the Rebellion's plan to use the missile to give Reploids everywhere enhanced powers just so he could have it all to himself]]. [[RewardedAsATraitorDeserves He gets what's coming to him]].


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* ''VideoGame/SunsetRiders''
** The very first boss is the corrupt cattle baron Simon Greedwell, a rotund, bow-legged, fish-lipped {{Gonk}} of a man who is wanted for cattle-rustling, no doubt of less well-to-do ranchers given his name. The fact that he comes out shooting when confronted by the Sunset Riders is a pretty good sign of what kind of person he is.
** Later, we get the rotund Paco Loco, Richard Rose's violent dimwit bodyguard (bearing a coincidental resemblance to Heart of ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar''). He's even {{Gonk}}ier than Greedwell, resembling a blobfish with a Maxim gun. He's also pure DumbMuscle, speaking in a mixture of broken Spanish and baby talk.
22nd Jul '17 8:54:49 AM SkylaNoivern
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bully}}'': Mr. Hattrick, the Math teacher, is the chubbiest teacher in Bullworth Academy. He's also one of the nastiest, as it shows in the plot-line - His rudeness to Mr. Galloway over the years has caused the latter to start an extensive drinking habit. Hattrick takes advantage of this to try fire him using a ThinkOfTheChildren attitude. In addition, he also sells test answers to the children of his rich friends, and manages to guilt-trip Galloway into being '''locked up in a mental asylum'''. [[spoiler: Jimmy manages to help Galloway retain his job by getting picture evidence of him selling tests, which he shows to the school principal, getting Hattrick fired on the spot]].
** Mr. Burton is more muscular with a gut than fat, but he also counts. He encourages bullying as he believes that bullying creates fiber, and he gets Jimmy to steal underwear from the girls dorm for him. Later on in the game, we meet Zoe, who reveals to Jimmy that Burton got her expelled after she reported he hit on her. [[spoiler: The two plot revenge by ramming Burton off a park railing in a port-a-potty, and Jimmy manages to convince Crabblesnitch to fire him and let Zoe back in.]]
29th Jun '17 11:30:38 AM BeerBaron
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has the Sload, a race of "slugmen" native to Thras, an archipelago to the southwest of Tamriel. As they grow, Sload become more and more corpulent, to the point that only being supported by magic or water prevents them from being crushed under their own weight. They are also believed to be TheAgeless, with no limit to age or size. One story tells of an "Elder Distended One," who seems to serve as some sort of leader to the Sload. It is said to be "impressively corpulent" and regurgitates some unknown substance that other Sload then "[[AlienLunch eagerly consume]]." While the Sload tend to operate under their own BlueAndOrangeMorality (with a heavy dose of TheUnfettered), the denizens of Tamriel see them as AlwaysChaoticEvil. (Attempting a FinalSolution on Tamriel using a MysticalPlague which wipes out over half the population tends to have that effect...)
27th May '17 3:12:54 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''. [[{{Jerkass}} Hanako]], who refuses to share her [[BigEater bucket of curry]] with the starving protagonists after the Mystery Food X debacle. And then there's the [[FanDisservice beauty contest]]...
* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}''
** Junya Kaneshiro, an [[{{Yakuza}} oyabun]] who makes his big bucks blackmailing his underaged drug traffickers for every cent they're worth.
** Principal Kobayakawa had knowingly let [[SadistTeacher Suguru]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil Kamoshida]] off the hook for his myriad offenses and commissioned [[StudentCouncilPresident Makoto Niijima]] to investigate the Phantom Thieves and a criminal case on campus linked to the aforementioned Kaneshiro.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''. ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
** ''VideoGame/Persona4'':
[[{{Jerkass}} Hanako]], who refuses to share her [[BigEater bucket of curry]] with the starving protagonists after the Mystery Food X debacle. And then there's the her appearance in [[FanDisservice beauty contest]]...
* ** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}''
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Junya Kaneshiro, an [[{{Yakuza}} oyabun]] who makes his big bucks blackmailing his underaged under-aged drug traffickers for every cent they're worth.
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worth, and expresses glee at the prospect of forcing the Niijima sisters (one of whom is still a high schooler) into prostitution.
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Principal Kobayakawa had knowingly let [[SadistTeacher Suguru]] [[RapeIsASpecialKindOfEvil Kamoshida]] off the hook for his myriad offenses offenses, and commissioned [[StudentCouncilPresident forced StudentCouncilPresident Makoto Niijima]] Niijima to investigate do all the dangerous legwork in investigating both the Phantom Thieves and a criminal case on campus linked to the aforementioned Kaneshiro.Kaneshiro, by essentially threatening to sabotage her academic future if she doesn't do what he says. [[spoiler:On top of that, he's a (low-level) member of the BigBad's evil Conspiracy.]]
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