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17th Sep '17 2:05:52 PM nombretomado
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A DreamTeam is needed for TheCon, TheCaper, or to SaveTheWorld. Each teammember is [[HowToGatherCharacters contacted]] in a short scene revealing their specialty, their free time hobby, or some other activity that defines him. This sequence culminates with all the members being in the same room together.

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A DreamTeam is needed for TheCon, TheCaper, or to SaveTheWorld. Each teammember is [[HowToGatherCharacters [[JustForFun/HowToGatherCharacters contacted]] in a short scene revealing their specialty, their free time hobby, or some other activity that defines him. This sequence culminates with all the members being in the same room together.



* In Geoph Essex's ''Jackrabbit Messiah'', the heroes are [[HowToGatherCharacters very deliberately]] assembled by [[{{Herald}} Indra]]... though the first hero (Jack) never meets him, the next two (Amity Sheridan and Lieutenant Springer) think they've [[CallToAdventure run into him]] by accident, and one (Duffy) doesn't seem to be [[CharacterMagneticTeam part of the original plan]]. Maggie and Caleb fit the trope perfectly, of course, and by the end of the story, there's a grand total of ''eight'' (or [[HelpfulHallucination nine]]!) heroes, including a character who isn't even introduced until ''after'' TheClimax (though he's shown to have been [[{{Backstory}} in on the action]] far longer than most of the others).

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* In Geoph Essex's ''Jackrabbit Messiah'', the heroes are [[HowToGatherCharacters [[JustForFun/HowToGatherCharacters very deliberately]] assembled by [[{{Herald}} Indra]]... though the first hero (Jack) never meets him, the next two (Amity Sheridan and Lieutenant Springer) think they've [[CallToAdventure run into him]] by accident, and one (Duffy) doesn't seem to be [[CharacterMagneticTeam part of the original plan]]. Maggie and Caleb fit the trope perfectly, of course, and by the end of the story, there's a grand total of ''eight'' (or [[HelpfulHallucination nine]]!) heroes, including a character who isn't even introduced until ''after'' TheClimax (though he's shown to have been [[{{Backstory}} in on the action]] far longer than most of the others).
1st Sep '17 3:02:45 AM HalcyonDayz
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** In DS9's "The Visitor" Sisko's son Jake talks to the league after his father is seemingly killed by a time anomaly. Picard offers his condolences, Archer blabs how his father was killed by the Vulcans and Janeway snidely talks about her alibi saves her from suspicion of her own father's death. New Kirk even steps in to talk about his father, but is promptly kicked out of the meeting by Prime Kirk.
** In DS9's "A Call to Arms", Sisko talks with the league about the incoming Dominion invasion and asks for suggestions. Kirk suggests espousing the superiority of humanity and punching them, Picard suggests technobabble, Janeway suggests genocide, and Archer blubbers at how the Vulcans are to blame and their secret Mind Bomb weapon. Janeway loves that answer and changes her mind.
*** This culminates in DS9's "A Sacrifice of Angels", showing that Janeway activated the Mind Bomb to destroy the Dominion reinforcements. At this, Picard suggests using it on the Borg and Archer suggests using it on the Vulcans, leading to Janeway rejecting both.
** In DS9's "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges", Doctor Bashir talks with the league to discuss Section 31. While Kirk is at a loss and Archer rants about the Vulcans, Picard and Janeway argue about their lines and how Picard is always given the stupid ones to make Janeway look better. This eventually results in Picard snapping and Janeway falling madly in love with him, to Picard's dismay. Sisko later asks Bashir how the meeting went, and the Doctor mumbles how Khan was right all along.

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** In DS9's Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine's "The Visitor" Sisko's son Jake talks to the league after his father is seemingly killed by a time anomaly. Picard offers his condolences, Archer blabs how his father was killed by the Vulcans and Janeway snidely talks about her alibi saves her from suspicion of her own father's death. New Kirk even steps in to talk about his father, but is promptly kicked out of the meeting by Prime Kirk.
** In DS9's Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine's "A Call to Arms", Sisko talks with the league about the incoming Dominion invasion and asks for suggestions. Kirk suggests espousing the superiority of humanity and punching them, Picard suggests technobabble, Janeway suggests genocide, and Archer blubbers at how the Vulcans are to blame and their secret Mind Bomb weapon. Janeway loves that answer and changes her mind.
*** This culminates in DS9's Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine's "A Sacrifice of Angels", showing that Janeway activated the Mind Bomb to destroy the Dominion reinforcements. At this, Picard suggests using it on the Borg and Archer suggests using it on the Vulcans, leading to Janeway rejecting both.
** In DS9's Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine9's "Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges", Doctor Bashir talks with the league to discuss Section 31. While Kirk is at a loss and Archer rants about the Vulcans, Picard and Janeway argue about their lines and how Picard is always given the stupid ones to make Janeway look better. This eventually results in Picard snapping and Janeway falling madly in love with him, to Picard's dismay. Sisko later asks Bashir how the meeting went, and the Doctor mumbles how Khan was right all along.
8th Aug '17 6:14:43 PM SinDustries
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* ''Film/OceansEleven'' It starts slow with Danny having to convince two of the eleven to come out of retirement -- Rusty due to sheer boredom, and Reuben for revenge -- but once he does, the rest happens very quickly and all with Danny or Rusty explaining in voiceover what each member's specialty is.

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* ''Film/OceansEleven'' It starts slow with Danny having to convince two of the eleven to come out of retirement -- Rusty due to sheer boredom, and Reuben for revenge -- but once he does, the rest happens very quickly and all with Danny or Rusty explaining in voiceover what each member's specialty is.
8th Aug '17 6:14:19 PM SinDustries
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* ''Film/OceansEleven It starts slow with Danny having to convince two of the eleven to come out of retirement -- Rusty due to sheer boredom, and Reuben for revenge -- but once he does, the rest happens very quickly and all with Danny or Rusty explaining in voiceover what each member's specialty is.

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* ''Film/OceansEleven ''Film/OceansEleven'' It starts slow with Danny having to convince two of the eleven to come out of retirement -- Rusty due to sheer boredom, and Reuben for revenge -- but once he does, the rest happens very quickly and all with Danny or Rusty explaining in voiceover what each member's specialty is.
8th Aug '17 6:13:49 PM SinDustries
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* ''Film/OceansEleven It starts slow with Danny having to convince two of the eleven to come out of retirement -- Rusty due to sheer boredom, and Reuben for revenge -- but once he does, the rest happens very quickly and all with Danny or Rusty explaining in voiceover what each member's specialty is.
7th Aug '17 5:59:57 AM Elitegamer010
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** this also happens at the start of the quest Dishonour Among Thieves, where you have to assemble a team to [[{{http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TheCaper}} steal]]. the [[{{http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/MacGuffin}} Stone of Jas]].
27th Jul '17 5:27:58 AM GrammarNavi
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** In WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee, Critic dispenses with formality and [[Franchise/StarTrek transports]] them to his house with no warning. Except for JesuOtaku, who comes rushing in because she was going to [[CallBack claim a]] [[LateToTheParty free car]].

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** In WebVideo/ToBoldlyFlee, Critic dispenses with formality and [[Franchise/StarTrek transports]] them to his house with no warning. Except for JesuOtaku, WebVideo/JesuOtaku, who comes rushing in because she was going to [[CallBack claim a]] [[LateToTheParty free car]].
19th Jun '17 6:35:29 AM JackG
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* The ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E7AGoodManGoesToWar "A Good Man Goes to War"]] has a sequence of the Doctor rounding up his allies for a mission. There are quick scenes of them all going about their business (nursing soldiers on a battlefield, [[spoiler:KILLING JACK THE RIPPER]], etc.), only to come home and discover a big blue box on their doorstep. [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E2DayOfTheMoon The second episode of the same season]] begins with 3 of the main characters being killed one-by-one by another character. Only afterwards do we find out this was all an elaborate plan to gather the team together.

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* The ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode ''Series/DoctorWho''
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[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E7AGoodManGoesToWar "A Good Man Goes to War"]] has a sequence of the Doctor rounding up his allies for a mission. There are quick scenes of them all going about their business (nursing soldiers on a battlefield, [[spoiler:KILLING JACK THE RIPPER]], etc.), only to come home and discover a big blue box on their doorstep. doorstep.
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[[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E2DayOfTheMoon The second episode "Day of the same season]] Moon"]] begins with 3 of the main characters being killed one-by-one by another character. Only afterwards do we find out this was all an elaborate plan to gather the team together.
19th Jun '17 6:31:38 AM JackG
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* An advert by Nissan UK for the Almera [=GTi=] took the form of a spoof of ''Series/TheProfessionals''. Doyle is about to bed a beautiful blonde, while Bodie is boxing with a ScaryBlackMan. They get the call from their boss Cowley; Doyle leaves the girl [[AlmostKiss with puckered lips poised]] while Bodie exits the ring just as the boxer takes a swing at him; as Bodie is not longer there, he flips over the ropes and out of the ring.

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* An advert by Nissan UK for the Almera [=GTi=] took the form of a spoof of ''Series/TheProfessionals''. Doyle is about to bed a beautiful blonde, while Bodie is boxing with a ScaryBlackMan. They get the call from their boss Cowley; Doyle leaves the girl [[AlmostKiss with puckered lips poised]] while Bodie exits backflips out of the ring just as the boxer takes a swing at him; -- as Bodie is not longer there, he flips over the ropes and out of onto the ring.
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19th Jun '17 6:30:29 AM JackG
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* An advert by Nissan UK for the Almera [=GTi=] took the form of a spoof of ''Series/TheProfessionals''. Doyle is about to bed a beautiful blonde, while Bodie is boxing with a ScaryBlackMan. They get the call from their boss Cowley; Doyle leaves the girl [[AlmostKiss with puckered lips poised]] while Bodie leaves the ring just as the boxer takes a swing at him; as Bodie is not longer there, he flips over the ropes and out of the ring.

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* An advert by Nissan UK for the Almera [=GTi=] took the form of a spoof of ''Series/TheProfessionals''. Doyle is about to bed a beautiful blonde, while Bodie is boxing with a ScaryBlackMan. They get the call from their boss Cowley; Doyle leaves the girl [[AlmostKiss with puckered lips poised]] while Bodie leaves exits the ring just as the boxer takes a swing at him; as Bodie is not longer there, he flips over the ropes and out of the ring.
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