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5th Apr '18 4:28:01 PM jormis29
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* In ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis: Revelations'', [[NameOfCain Cain]] [[Literature/TheBible (yes, that Cain)]] is about to unmake reality with [[PublicDomainArtifact the Spear of Destiny]] by forcing ComicBook/TheSpectre to say the Anti-Life Equation. [[spoiler: He then gets tackled by the three men who killed Sister Clarice, giving [[ComicBook/TheQuestion Renee Montoya]] enough of an opportunity to save The Spectre.]] Also falls under DyingMomentOfAwesome and RedemptionEqualsDeath.

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* In ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis: Revelations'', [[NameOfCain Cain]] [[Literature/TheBible (yes, that Cain)]] is about to unmake reality with [[PublicDomainArtifact the Spear of Destiny]] TheSpearOfDestiny by forcing ComicBook/TheSpectre to say the Anti-Life Equation. [[spoiler: He then gets tackled by the three men who killed Sister Clarice, giving [[ComicBook/TheQuestion Renee Montoya]] enough of an opportunity to save The Spectre.]] Also falls under DyingMomentOfAwesome and RedemptionEqualsDeath.
23rd Mar '18 12:42:59 PM FoxBluereaver
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* In Chapter 30 of ''Fanfic/PokemonResetBloodlines'', Ash is confronted by two of the Eevee Brothers. who are worried that, having seen a recent tournament where Ash won using Pikachu, their little brother will try to emulate him and fail (context: trying to win his battles using unevolved Pokémon instead of evolved ones), and decide that the only way to avoid that is beating him in a battle. However, a woman steps up saying that if they're going to challenge Ash together, she will team up with him. [[spoiler: Said woman is ''Elite Four member'' Karen, thus CurbStompBattle ensues.]]
25th Feb '18 1:04:52 PM jeez
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* In ''FanFic/ChrysalisVisitsTheHague'', the one guy who manages to overpower Chrysalis by activating her magic suppressor as she tries to escape custody (she was on her way to stadn trial before the International Criminal Court) is some nameless USAF pilot.
22nd Feb '18 3:06:01 PM chopshop
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* There was a ''ComicBook/TheMightyThor'' issue where a random paramedic at the scene of a battle turned out to be worthy of wielding Mjolnir. Thor and the paramedic were both understandably nonplused.
12th Feb '18 9:41:44 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/TerryFunk was present at Wrestling/{{R|ingOfHonor}}OH ''Glory By Honor IX'', but he was only their to ensure [[Wrestling/SethRollins Tyler Black]] did not go through with his thread and bail during his title defense against Wrestling/RoderickStrong

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* Glamour Boy Shane serves as a referee for Wrestling/{{TNA}}, but in a classy move on their part, TNA recognized that he was one of the Caribbean's most popular wrestlers, which was most obvious with his work for somewhat rival IWA Puerto Rico, and treated him as a man not to be messed with, as opposed to the [[GlassJawReferee typical wrestling referee]].
* Wrestling/TerryFunk was present at Wrestling/{{R|ingOfHonor}}OH ''Glory By Honor IX'', but he was only their to ensure [[Wrestling/SethRollins Tyler Black]] did not go through with his thread threat and bail during his title defense against Wrestling/RoderickStrong
31st Jan '18 2:04:39 AM StFan
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* The Marvel Comics story ''Fear Itself''. Insane murder god Cul, allied with supernatural Nazis in giant mecha suits, is about to start mass murdering everyone on Earth, starting with the citizens of Broxton, Oklahoma. The Broxton citizens form a line with pickup trucks and shotguns.
** The citizens of Broxton have stood up to all sorts of insane nonsense, because they are friends with the Asgardian gods. Many times the citizens have fought back against overpowering evil while the Asgardians were elsewhere.

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* The Marvel Comics story ''Fear Itself''. Insane murder god Cul, allied with supernatural Nazis in giant mecha suits, is about to start mass murdering everyone on Earth, starting with the citizens of Broxton, Oklahoma. The Broxton citizens form a line with pickup trucks and shotguns. \n** The citizens of Broxton have stood up to all sorts of insane nonsense, because they are friends with the Asgardian gods. Many times the citizens have fought back against overpowering evil while the Asgardians were elsewhere.



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--> ''[[DefiantToTheEnd Now all of China knows you're here]].''

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--> ''[[DefiantToTheEnd -->'''Soldier:''' [[DefiantToTheEnd Now all of China knows you're here]].''



* Most of Paris gets to be this in Franchise/{{Disney|AnimatedCanon}}'s ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', when in the climactic battle scene the crowd that had gathered to protest Esmeralda geting [[BurnTheWitch burned at the stake]] undergoes a mass TookALevelInBadass as a result of a RousingSpeech by Phoebus; they all join Phoebus in kicking the tar out of Judge Frollo's goon squad while Quasimodo is busy tending to Esmeralda (who is fighting for her life after having inhaled too much smoke). And we had actually seen hints of this earlier at the Festival of Fools, when Frollo orders his guards to arrest Esmeralda and the {{Street Performer}}s in the plaza do their part to help her escape.

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* Most of Paris gets to be this in Franchise/{{Disney|AnimatedCanon}}'s ''Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame'', when in the climactic battle scene the crowd that had gathered to protest Esmeralda geting getting [[BurnTheWitch burned at the stake]] undergoes a mass TookALevelInBadass as a result of a RousingSpeech by Phoebus; they all join Phoebus in kicking the tar out of Judge Frollo's goon squad while Quasimodo is busy tending to Esmeralda (who is fighting for her life after having inhaled too much smoke). And we had actually seen hints of this earlier at the Festival of Fools, when Frollo orders his guards to arrest Esmeralda and the {{Street Performer}}s in the plaza do their part to help her escape.



** In the [[Film/SpiderMan1 first film]], Spidey is about to be finished off by the Green Goblin when he is saved by... a crowd of New Yorkers on the Queensboro Bridge throwing bricks, pipes, etc at the bad guy.
** Subverted in the [[Film/SpiderMan2 second film]] when Spider-Man nearly kills himself stopping a train from driving off the end of the tracks. After he's pulled back inside the tram by the passengers, Doctor Octopus shows up to finish him off, at which point everyone in the car stands up and proclaims that he'll have to get through them first. He casually knocks them all aside. At least they tried...
* There's the black guy in ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn'', a random guy who can punch a vampire's chest and pull out his still-beating heart on the first try. It turns out that this badass grandpa is Fred Williamson of 70s exploitation movie infamy. His war story about how he chopped up an enemy platoon with a bayonet ''(after getting his face blown off by a land mine)'' probably sheds a bit of light on how he could rip fat vampire's heart out, bare handed and throw vampire Creator/TomSavini through an oak door. Meanwhile, the named characters still needed to use weapons to slay their vamps.

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** In the [[Film/SpiderMan1 first film]], Spidey is about to be finished off by the Green Goblin when he is saved by... a crowd of New Yorkers on the Queensboro Bridge throwing bricks, pipes, etc etc. at the bad guy.
** Subverted in the [[Film/SpiderMan2 second film]] when Spider-Man nearly kills himself stopping a train from driving off the end of the tracks. After he's pulled back inside the tram by the passengers, Doctor Octopus shows up to finish him off, at which point everyone in the car stands up and proclaims that he'll have to get through them first. He casually knocks them all aside. At least they tried...
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* There's the black guy in ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn'', a random guy who can punch a vampire's chest and pull out his still-beating heart on the first try. It turns out that this badass grandpa is Fred Williamson of 70s '70s exploitation movie infamy. His war story about how he chopped up an enemy platoon with a bayonet ''(after ''after getting his face blown off by a land mine)'' mine'' probably sheds a bit of light on how he could rip fat vampire's heart out, bare handed bare-handed and throw vampire Creator/TomSavini through an oak door. Meanwhile, the named characters still needed to use weapons to slay their vamps.



-->'''Alex Rain:''' (''chuckling'') [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAC9oC1HjvI&t=8m30s Shang Loo takes no shit. I love this town.]]

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-->'''Alex Rain:''' (''chuckling'') ''[chuckling]'' [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAC9oC1HjvI&t=8m30s Shang Loo takes no shit. I love this town.]]



* ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' gives us an old man credited simply as "Old German" who would rather be DefiantToTheEnd against [[BigBad Loki]] rather than KneelBeforeZod -- it's made clear between his age and the dialogue that he was there [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the last time]] something like this happened in Germany, and he'll be ''damned'' if he sits by and lets it happen again.
--> '''Loki:''' ... You were made to be ruled. In the end, you will always kneel.\\

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* Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse:
** In ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' a kid gets grabbed by a HYDRA spy and used as a hostage. He's then chucked into the nearby river in order to distract Steve from pursuing the bad guy -- and he's going to jump in after him when the kid yells up: "I can swim! Go after him!" A subtle form of bad-assery, but awesome nonetheless. Especially since not that many people knew how to swim at the time.
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''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' gives us an old man credited simply as "Old German" who would rather be DefiantToTheEnd against [[BigBad Loki]] rather than KneelBeforeZod -- it's made clear between his age and the dialogue that he was there [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII the last time]] something like this happened in Germany, and he'll be ''damned'' if he sits by and lets it happen again.
--> '''Loki:''' ...--->'''Loki:''' ... You were made to be ruled. In the end, you will always kneel.\\



* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' a kid gets grabbed by a HYDRA spy and used as a hostage. He's then chucked into the nearby river in order to distract Steve from pursuing the bad guy -- and he's going to jump in after him when the kid yells up: "I can swim! Go after him!" A subtle form of bad-assery, but awesome nonetheless. Especially since not as many people knew how to swim at the time.
* In the original ''Film/{{Highlander}}'' film, a CrazySurvivalist /Vietnam War veteran comes across the [[BigBad Kurgan]] decapitating another Immortal, and empties a magazine from a submachinegun into him. The Kurgan recovers and impales him, but in an additional badass move, the vet survives.

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* In ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' a kid gets grabbed by a HYDRA spy and used as a hostage. He's then chucked into the nearby river in order to distract Steve from pursuing the bad guy -- and he's going to jump in after him when the kid yells up: "I can swim! Go after him!" A subtle form of bad-assery, but awesome nonetheless. Especially since not as many people knew how to swim at the time.
* In the original ''Film/{{Highlander}}'' film, a CrazySurvivalist /Vietnam CrazySurvivalist[=/=]Vietnam War veteran comes across the [[BigBad Kurgan]] decapitating another Immortal, and empties a magazine from a submachinegun into him. The Kurgan recovers and impales him, but in an additional badass move, the vet survives.



* ''Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger'' has a scene possibly inspired by the Bike Thrower example under RealLife below, with some differences - the bike belonged to Akagi Nobuo, who tried to help but [[EpicFail couldn't,]] and the bike was hurled at the robber by ''the victim herself''.

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* ''Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger'' has a scene possibly inspired by the Bike Thrower example under RealLife below, with some differences - -- the bike belonged to Akagi Nobuo, who tried to help but [[EpicFail couldn't,]] and the bike was hurled at the robber by ''the victim herself''.



* ''Series/TwinPeaks'': When two {{Professional Killer}}s are staking out the house of their target Dougie Jones (aka Agent Cooper), a pugnacious neighbor arrives and accuses them of blocking his driveway with their van. The killers try to scare him off by firing a round into his windshield, but he simply retrieves a Mac-10 from his trunk and sprays the assassins' van with bullets, killing both of them and inadvertently saving Jones/Cooper. Bonus points for doing all of this right in front of the FBI.

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* ''Series/TwinPeaks'': When two {{Professional Killer}}s are staking out the house of their target Dougie Jones (aka (a.k.a. Agent Cooper), a pugnacious neighbor arrives and accuses them of blocking his driveway with their van. The killers try to scare him off by firing a round into his windshield, but he simply retrieves a Mac-10 from his trunk and sprays the assassins' van with bullets, killing both of them and inadvertently saving Jones/Cooper. Bonus points for doing all of this right in front of the FBI.



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* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', Bodahn Feddic's adopted son Sandal is just an IdiotSavant with unusual skill at [[CatchPhrase enchantment]]. [[spoiler: Except at the endgame, he murders over a hundred Darkspawn, including several Ogres, by himself.]] In the sequel, [[spoiler: he does it again, and then adds a pile of massacred demons on top of it]]. Precisely how this happens is not clear.
-->'''Warden:''' What happened here?
-->'''Sandal:''' [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Enchant]][[CatchPhrase ment!]]
** And [[MindScrew mind-bogglingly]] in the second game, among Sandal's [[spoiler: victims is an Ogre that was somehow ''frozen solid'' without any other enemy or thing in the area being similarly afflicted. Naturally Hawke can ask Sandal what happened to the Ogre, his response?]]
--> '''Sandal:''' ''Not'' Enchantment!

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* ''Franchise/DragonAge'':
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In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'', Bodahn Feddic's adopted son Sandal is just an IdiotSavant with unusual skill at [[CatchPhrase enchantment]]. [[spoiler: Except at the endgame, he murders over a hundred Darkspawn, including several Ogres, by himself.]] In the sequel, [[spoiler: he does it again, and then adds a pile of massacred demons on top of it]]. Precisely how this happens is not clear.
-->'''Warden:''' --->'''Warden:''' What happened here?
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here?\\
'''Sandal:'''
[[CrowningMomentOfFunny Enchant]][[CatchPhrase ment!]]
** And [[MindScrew mind-bogglingly]] in the second game, among Sandal's [[spoiler: victims [[spoiler:victims is an Ogre that was somehow ''frozen solid'' without any other enemy or thing in the area being similarly afflicted. Naturally Hawke can ask Sandal what happened to the Ogre, his response?]]
--> '''Sandal:''' --->'''Sandal:''' ''Not'' Enchantment!



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* Airman Higgs from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' is a low-level soldier who never distinguished himself, despite unreal stamina, enough strength to hold his own in a barfight with Jagermonsters, and a bit of a [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20080609 silver tongue]].
** Subverted: [[spoiler: Higgs is one of the immortal creations of the Heterodynes temporarily sworn to the baron's service, implied to be the spycraft-focused Jager general. That his career prior to this point in the story was mundane to the point of invisibility is not a coincidence, nor is the fact that he is willing to bend his cover to the breaking point to aid the Heterodyne and the Baron, who is keeping the Jagers alive. Essentially, he's anything but a bystander.]]

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* Airman Higgs from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' is a low-level soldier who never distinguished himself, despite unreal stamina, enough strength to hold his own in a barfight with Jagermonsters, Jägermonsters, and a bit of a [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20080609 silver tongue]].
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tongue]]. Subverted: [[spoiler: Higgs [[spoiler:Higgs is one of the immortal creations of the Heterodynes temporarily sworn to the baron's service, implied to be the spycraft-focused Jager Jäger general. That his career prior to this point in the story was mundane to the point of invisibility is not a coincidence, nor is the fact that he is willing to bend his cover to the breaking point to aid the Heterodyne and the Baron, who is keeping the Jagers Jägers alive. Essentially, he's anything but a bystander.]]



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* ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' has Forrest, a civilian with no powers and a refugee in Brockton Bay who, upon seeing local supervillain [[VillainProtagonist Skitter]] fighting the serial killer [[WasOnceAMan Mannequin]] in order to protect the civilian survivors of Mannequin's teammate Shatterbird, steps in and hits him with a cinderblock to help take his head off. Mannequin having relocated all important organs to his torso, this doesn't kill him, but it does drive him off. Forrest goes on to become Skitter's second in command.

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* ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' has ''Literature/{{Worm}}'':
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Forrest, a civilian with no powers and a refugee in Brockton Bay who, upon seeing local supervillain [[VillainProtagonist Skitter]] fighting the serial killer [[WasOnceAMan Mannequin]] in order to protect the civilian survivors of Mannequin's teammate Shatterbird, steps in and hits him with a cinderblock to help take his head off. Mannequin having relocated all important organs to his torso, this doesn't kill him, but it does drive him off. Forrest goes on to become Skitter's second in command.



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* Subverted in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'' finale. Franchise/WonderWoman, Shining Knight, Vigilante, and Sapphire are having a difficult time fighting an army of Parademons when one of the Chinese bystanders stops running, says goodbye to his wife, and runs to help. Wonder Woman tries to talk the old man out of it, until he one-hit K.O.s not one, not two, but THREE parademons, ''turns into a dragon'', and whups several more, much to the heroes' surprise. The subversion comes in when the old man turns out to be J'onn J'onz, aka ComicBook/MartianManhunter.

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* Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse:
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Subverted in the ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'' ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' finale. Franchise/WonderWoman, Shining Knight, Vigilante, and Sapphire are having a difficult time fighting an army of Parademons when one of the Chinese bystanders stops running, says goodbye to his wife, and runs to help. Wonder Woman tries to talk the old man out of it, until he one-hit K.O.s not one, not two, but THREE parademons, ''turns into a dragon'', and whups several more, much to the heroes' surprise. The subversion comes in when the old man turns out to be J'onn J'onz, aka ComicBook/MartianManhunter.



** Earlier in the [[Franchise/{{DCAU}} DC Animated Universe]] when Dan Turpin single-handedly turns the tide against {{ComicBook/Darkseid}} in ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''. With Superman [[BadassInDistress captured and publicly humiliated]] in order to cow humanity into hopelessness, Dan Turpin alone flips off the triumphant Darkseid and rallies the crowd behind him. Dan leads a counterattack, singlehandedly frees Superman, defeats several Parademons, and helps fend off the forces of Apokolips until [[GondorCallsForAid the forces of New Genesis arrive to liberate the Earth]]. Now, while it's true that the ''viewers'' already knew Turpin was a tough cop, Darkseid had no clue who this guy was and thought he'd conquered the Earth by defeating its greatest champion. Unfortunately, this also counts as a DyingMomentOfAwesome, as the fleeing Darkseid kills Turpin out of spite.

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** Earlier in the [[Franchise/{{DCAU}} DC Animated Universe]] Earlier, when Dan Turpin single-handedly turns the tide against {{ComicBook/Darkseid}} in ''WesternAnimation/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''. With Superman [[BadassInDistress captured and publicly humiliated]] in order to cow humanity into hopelessness, Dan Turpin alone flips off the triumphant Darkseid and rallies the crowd behind him. Dan leads a counterattack, singlehandedly frees Superman, defeats several Parademons, and helps fend off the forces of Apokolips until [[GondorCallsForAid the forces of New Genesis arrive to liberate the Earth]]. Now, while it's true that the ''viewers'' already knew Turpin was a tough cop, Darkseid had no clue who this guy was and thought he'd conquered the Earth by defeating its greatest champion. Unfortunately, this also counts as a DyingMomentOfAwesome, as the fleeing Darkseid kills Turpin out of spite.spite.
** In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' two-part episode "The Call", Inque caught a bystander to use as a hostage and Terry tried to talk her out of using innocent bystanders like that. In a similar subversion as the one presented at the finale of ''Justice League Unlimited'', the bystander turned out to be a disguised Franchise/{{Superman}}... [[CurbStompBattle unfortunately for Inque]].



* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', one day the girls get tired of always saving the townspeople from monsters and invoke this trope by spending the entire episode getting them to actually figure out HOW to destroy it. Granted, for quite some time they were [[IdiotBall total MORONS]], [[ItMakesSenseInContext having reasoned that soggy toast would fend off the monster]], but finally figure out how to destroy it.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'', one day ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'':
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the girls get tired of always saving the townspeople from monsters and invoke this trope by spending the entire episode getting them to actually figure out HOW to destroy it. Granted, for quite some time they were [[IdiotBall total MORONS]], [[ItMakesSenseInContext having reasoned that soggy toast would fend off the monster]], but finally figure out how to destroy it.



* In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' two-part episode "The Call", Inque caught a bystander to use as a hostage and Terry tried to talk her out of using innocent bystanders like that. In a similar subversion as the one presented at the finale of ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'', the bystander turned out to be a disguised Franchise/{{Superman}}...[[CurbStompBattle unfortunately for Inque]].



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4th Jan '18 1:50:29 PM Derkhan
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** In ''Gardens of the Moon'', the major POV character Adjunct Lorn, who is the Empress's personal mage killer with her AntiMagic longsword, faces off against a random soldier named Corporal Blues who is guarding her real target. He quickly overwhelms her with his remarkable swordsmanship, forcing her to flee. Blues remains a fairly minor character through the rest of the series.

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** In ''Gardens of the Moon'', ''Literature/GardensOfTheMoon'', the major POV point-of-view character Adjunct Lorn, who is the Empress's personal mage killer with her AntiMagic longsword, faces off against a random soldier named Corporal Blues who is guarding her real target. He quickly overwhelms her with his remarkable swordsmanship, forcing her to flee. Blues remains a fairly minor character through the rest of the series.
29th Dec '17 12:11:10 PM AFP
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* In 2015, a gunman attempted to open fire on a crowded train in France. As soon as he exited a lavatory with weapons ready, two French passengers who happened to be nearby tried to disarm him, followed by a Briton and three Americans, including two US military personnel [[BusmansHoliday on leave]].
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* ''Film/BabyDriver'': "Soldier Boy," the veteran who intervenes during the money truck heist who is almost as much a BadassDriver as Baby and pulls out a sidearm and then a sub-machine gun firing away at the getaway car, being more of a genuine threat to the crew than any police officer.
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** In ''Film/LicenceToKill'', a nameless, seemingly-ordinary truck driver manages to hold his against Bond himself when Bond attempts a HighSpeedHijack on his truck. He survives, and is thrown from his truck.
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