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14th Jan '17 9:43:48 PM DustSnitch
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** Ala Rubra, which had at least two members who are essentially ''invincible'' and a number of other members who aren't quite invincible, but still incredibly BadAss.

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** Ala Rubra, which had at least two members who are essentially ''invincible'' and a number of other members who aren't quite invincible, but still incredibly BadAss.badass.



* '' Film/OceansEleven'': Daniel Ocean's crew. The precision point schemes they pull off make them BadAss, but what makes them family is made clear when Reuben is hurt; they put on a heist not to make a fortune, but just to spite the guy who hurt him.

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* '' Film/OceansEleven'': Daniel Ocean's crew. The precision point schemes they pull off make them BadAss, badass, but what makes them family is made clear when Reuben is hurt; they put on a heist not to make a fortune, but just to spite the guy who hurt him.



* ''Literature/{{Orcs}}'' by Stan Nichols. After defecting from Jennesta's army, they decide to wreak holy hell on everyone that gets in their way, invading underground cities, defeating crime bosses, launching a raid into an UNDERWATER city, laying down the smack on church militant army and sending demons screaming back to hell. The sequel novels get even better, with them annihilating an army using...cows. Styrke and his Wolverines = Badass Crew

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* ''Literature/{{Orcs}}'' by Stan Nichols. After defecting from Jennesta's army, they decide to wreak holy hell on everyone that gets in their way, invading underground cities, defeating crime bosses, launching a raid into an UNDERWATER city, laying down the smack on church militant army and sending demons screaming back to hell. The sequel novels get even better, with them annihilating an army using...cows. Styrke and his Wolverines = Badass CrewCrew.



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** And ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'': Canderous and HK-47 (still BadAss), T3-M4 (who [[TookALevelInBadass took a few levels in Bad Ass]] between the games), EvilMentor Kreia, SociopathicHero {{Determinator}} and Atton Rand, {{Badass Bookworm}}s Bao-Dur and Mical (the latter for Female Exiles only), {{Action Girl}}s Brianna (Male Exiles only), Visas, and Mira (Light Side only), Goto, and TheBigGuy Hanharr (Dark Side only). And all of them (besides the droids and Hanharr) can become Jedi if they aren't already.

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** And ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublicIITheSithLords'': Canderous and HK-47 (still BadAss), badass), T3-M4 (who [[TookALevelInBadass took a few levels in Bad Ass]] between the games), EvilMentor Kreia, SociopathicHero {{Determinator}} and Atton Rand, {{Badass Bookworm}}s Bao-Dur and Mical (the latter for Female Exiles only), {{Action Girl}}s Brianna (Male Exiles only), Visas, and Mira (Light Side only), Goto, and TheBigGuy Hanharr (Dark Side only). And all of them (besides the droids and Hanharr) can become Jedi if they aren't already.



* There is at least one of these in every single ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' game, but possibly the most standout example would have to be at the beginning of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Path of Radiance]]'' [[spoiler:and after part 2 of ''Radiant Dawn'']]: the Greil Mercenaries, and their eventual growth under [[BadAss Ike]] into a BadassArmy. Eventually the band of six or seven mercenaries grows into a ''50-character strong army'' led by a more mature, wiser and altogether completely awesome FourStarBadass Ike, complete with Ragnell, his WaveMotionSword.

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* There is at least one of these in every single ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' game, but possibly the most standout example would have to be at the beginning of ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Path of Radiance]]'' [[spoiler:and after part 2 of ''Radiant Dawn'']]: the Greil Mercenaries, and their eventual growth under [[BadAss Ike]] badass into a BadassArmy. Eventually the band of six or seven mercenaries grows into a ''50-character strong army'' led by a more mature, wiser and altogether completely awesome FourStarBadass Ike, complete with Ragnell, his WaveMotionSword.
3rd Jan '17 8:04:35 PM AgentTasmania
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* Anyone who says the Poles went down without a fight has never heard of the Battle of Wizna. Anywhere from 350 to 720 Poles vs [[AC:42,200]] Germans. And they held out for [[YouShallNotPass three days]] until they ran out of ammo! There's a reason the {{Sabaton}} song based on the battle was called 40:1.

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* Anyone who says the Poles went down without a fight has never heard of the Battle of Wizna. Anywhere from 350 to 720 Poles vs [[AC:42,200]] Germans. And they held out for [[YouShallNotPass three days]] until they ran out of ammo! There's a reason the {{Sabaton}} song based on the battle was called 40:1. And that's a vast understatement.
28th Dec '16 11:13:46 PM SpoonElemental
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* TalesOfZestiria has The Scattered Bones, an assassins guild comprised of various people that all treat each other like family. Unlike most examples of assassins they're actually the good guys and specifically target anybody that tries to instigate wars or kill innocents for profit. While they themselves are assassins they never go after innocent people regardless of the profit, and will work for relatively cheap if they deem the job nessecary. Furthermore, if you're stupid enough to try to trick them into killing an innocent they'll turn around and come after you instead.
8th Dec '16 4:48:14 PM DustSnitch
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* The outlaws from ''Series/RobinOfSherwood''. [[TheLoad Except Much]]...
* The outlaws from ''Series/RobinHood''. [[DamselScrappy Except Kate]]...

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* %%* The outlaws from ''Series/RobinOfSherwood''. [[TheLoad Except Much]]...
* %%* The outlaws from ''Series/RobinHood''. [[DamselScrappy Except Kate]]...Kate...



* In ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'', you have a BoisterousBruiser (Khelgar), a KleptomaniacHero (Neeshka), a WhiteMage (Elanee), your TokenEvilTeammate (Bishop), a KnightInShiningArmor as contrast (Casavir), an insane pyromaniac (Quara), a BadassBookworm (Sand), a BadassNormal (Shandra), Zhjaeve, [[TheAtoner Ammon Jerro]], [[TheScrappy Grobnar]], and potentially a giant metal automaton with swords for arms. Your crew in Mask of the Betrayer is smaller, but no less badass. You have a new BadassBookworm (Safiya), [[TheseAreThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow whatever One Of Many is]], a fallen angel (Kaelyn), and a Hagspawn TheCasanova (Gann). Who go on to thwart the works of the god of the dead.

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* In ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'', you have a BoisterousBruiser (Khelgar), a KleptomaniacHero (Neeshka), a WhiteMage (Elanee), your TokenEvilTeammate (Bishop), a KnightInShiningArmor as contrast (Casavir), an insane pyromaniac (Quara), a BadassBookworm (Sand), a BadassNormal (Shandra), Zhjaeve, [[TheAtoner Ammon Jerro]], [[TheScrappy Grobnar]], Grobnar, and potentially a giant metal automaton with swords for arms. Your crew in Mask of the Betrayer is smaller, but no less badass. You have a new BadassBookworm (Safiya), [[TheseAreThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow whatever One Of Many is]], a fallen angel (Kaelyn), and a Hagspawn TheCasanova (Gann). Who go on to thwart the works of the god of the dead.
21st Nov '16 7:21:26 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* The main cast of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' eventually attains this status; by the end of the show, we have a superpowered {{Kid|Hero}} MessianicArchetype (Aang), a powerful waterbender (Katara), the world's best earthbender and [[spoiler:first metalbender]] (Toph), [[spoiler:a powerful firebender and highly skilled swordsman (Zuko)]], and two BadassNormal warriors (Sokka and [[spoiler:Suki]]). The Order of the White Lotus probably also qualifies, being a group of [[spoiler: [[BadassGrandpa epic old men that retake Ba Sing Se]], while the Fire Nation has the advantage of Sozin's Comet backing up their entire army]].
* In the ''Last Airbender'' sequel series ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', there are two examples:
** New Team Avatar, while more a RagtagBunchOfMisfits than the main cast of the prequel show [[note]]in part because the unique skills possessed by the Gaang are not as unique by Korra's time[[/note]], definitely qualify. Korra is the Avatar and had learned how to bend three elements by the age of ''four'', later learning to metalbend and being the first Avatar to do so. Asami is a BadassNormal and CombatPragmatist, while also being an incredible driver and skilled pilot. Mako is a skilled firebender that managed to get the better of Amon and is the only member of the team to outright ''kill'' onscreen. Bolin eventually learns [[spoiler:lavabending]] and becomes incredibly devastating when he learns to use it.
** The Red Lotus, although they are a villainous version of the trope. Their leader is recently turned airbender Zaheer [[spoiler: who uses airbending to asphyxiate his victims]] and was previously [[BadassNormal a threat equal to his peers without any bending]], the [[MagmaMan lavabender]] Ghazan, [[StuffBlowingUp combustion bender]] P'Li, and psychopathic waterbender Ming-Hua, [[HandicappedBadass who is armless and uses waterbending to create lethal limbs]].

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* ''Franchise/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
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The main cast of the original ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' eventually attains this status; by the end of the show, we have a superpowered {{Kid|Hero}} MessianicArchetype (Aang), a powerful waterbender (Katara), the world's best earthbender and [[spoiler:first metalbender]] (Toph), [[spoiler:a powerful firebender and highly skilled swordsman (Zuko)]], and two BadassNormal warriors (Sokka and [[spoiler:Suki]]). The Order of the White Lotus probably also qualifies, being a group of [[spoiler: [[BadassGrandpa epic old men that retake Ba Sing Se]], while the Fire Nation has the advantage of Sozin's Comet backing up their entire army]].
* ** In the ''Last Airbender'' sequel series ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', there are two examples:
** *** New Team Avatar, while more a RagtagBunchOfMisfits than the main cast of the prequel show [[note]]in part because the unique skills possessed by the Gaang are not as unique by Korra's time[[/note]], definitely qualify. Korra is the Avatar and had learned how to bend three elements by the age of ''four'', later learning to metalbend and being the first Avatar to do so. Asami is a BadassNormal and CombatPragmatist, while also being an incredible driver and skilled pilot. Mako is a skilled firebender that managed to get the better of Amon and is the only member of the team to outright ''kill'' onscreen. Bolin eventually learns [[spoiler:lavabending]] and becomes incredibly devastating when he learns to use it.
** *** The Red Lotus, although they are a villainous version of the trope. Their leader is recently turned airbender Zaheer [[spoiler: who uses airbending to asphyxiate his victims]] and was previously [[BadassNormal a threat equal to his peers without any bending]], the [[MagmaMan lavabender]] Ghazan, [[StuffBlowingUp combustion bender]] P'Li, and psychopathic waterbender Ming-Hua, [[HandicappedBadass who is armless and uses waterbending to create lethal limbs]].
10th Nov '16 8:22:30 AM ashlay
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* Every ''Franchise/{{Persona}}'' game stars one, with the Investigation Team from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' being a very notable example. The Demon Tamers led by the hero of ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor'' are also worthy of mention.

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* Every ''Franchise/{{Persona}}'' game stars one, with the [[AmateurSleuth Investigation Team Team]] from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' and [[PhantomThief Phantom Thieves]] from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' being a very notable example.examples. The Demon Tamers led by the hero of ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor'' are also worthy of mention.
17th Oct '16 8:50:13 PM siberia82
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* ''Film/XMen'':

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17th Oct '16 8:54:05 AM AlisterFaust
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* Mess with anyone in [[WebVideo/CriticalRole Vox Machina]] and you are in for a world of hurt. ''Everyone'' is a certified badass [[BadassAdorable of]] [[CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass some]] [[CulturedBadass variety]] in their own right, and they do not take kindly to anyone they care about getting hurt. Even the [[SpoonyBard party]] [[QuirkyBard bard]] you ask? ''[[EspeciallyZoidberg Especially]]'' the bard.
7th Oct '16 3:37:37 PM DustSnitch
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* They must include at least two people for obvious reasons. Two [[{{Badass}} badasses]] might be BackToBackBadasses.

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* They must include at least two people for obvious reasons. Two [[{{Badass}} badasses]] badasses might be BackToBackBadasses.



* Most heroes have some sort of support or backup, but in a Badass Crew, ''everyone'' must be capable of a MomentOfAwesome. In fact a given episode may involve the [[WhatMeasureIsANonBadass least]] {{badass}} character doing something so awesome the jaws of the others drop in unison.

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* Most heroes have some sort of support or backup, but in a Badass Crew, ''everyone'' must be capable of a MomentOfAwesome. In fact a given episode may involve the [[WhatMeasureIsANonBadass least]] {{badass}} badass character doing something so awesome the jaws of the others drop in unison.



Since, unlike a BadassFamily, none of the members were born into the Crew (though some of them might be blood relatives), some writers will use the story of the Badass Crew's formation as an interesting [[{{backstory}} origin story]]. In most Action/Adventures and Sci-Fi/Fantasy stories, the {{badass}}es came together to foil a BigBad and/or save the world.

The members of the Crew may not have even liked each other at first or even been outright enemies, but they come together and [[EnemyMine join forces]] because a) none of them can defeat the BigBad and his plot without total cooperation, b) they worked out their differences, c) they see the {{badass}}ness in each other and recognize a kindred spirit, or d) all the above.

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Since, unlike a BadassFamily, none of the members were born into the Crew (though some of them might be blood relatives), some writers will use the story of the Badass Crew's formation as an interesting [[{{backstory}} origin story]]. In most Action/Adventures and Sci-Fi/Fantasy stories, the {{badass}}es team members came together to foil a BigBad and/or save the world.

The members of the Crew may not have even liked each other at first or even been outright enemies, but they come together and [[EnemyMine join forces]] because a) none of them can defeat the BigBad and his plot without total cooperation, b) they worked out their differences, c) they see the {{badass}}ness good in each other and recognize a kindred spirit, or d) all the above.



* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'': The Band of the Hawk was a mercenary company of unrelated {{Badass}} individuals as tightly knit as a family, united by their admiration of their charismatic leader Griffith. Everyone gets their turn to have a moment of awesome, and they are loyal to each other. Eventually, Guts' new party grows to the same level of membership, capability, and closeness, except for a few hangers-on like Magnifico.

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* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'': The Band of the Hawk was a mercenary company of unrelated {{Badass}} individuals as tightly knit as a family, united by their admiration of their charismatic leader Griffith. Everyone gets their turn to have a moment of awesome, and they are loyal to each other. Eventually, Guts' new party grows to the same level of membership, capability, and closeness, except for a few hangers-on like Magnifico.



* ''Anime/{{Gravion}}'' has the Gran Knights, who are {{badass}} (in their own ways) in an out of titular mecha. The sequel bring us the Gran Troopers, who are the same, so much so that the leader of the first Badass Crew congratulates the second Badass Crew at one point.

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* ''Anime/{{Gravion}}'' has the Gran Knights, who are {{badass}} formidable (in their own ways) in an out of titular mecha. The sequel bring us the Gran Troopers, who are the same, so much so that the leader of the first Badass Crew congratulates the second Badass Crew at one point.



* Andy's toys from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory''. Toys can't be {{badass}}, you say? Kidnap or threaten one of them, they'll show you just how incorrect you are. In the first ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', [[MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold the Mutant Toys]] are the Badass Crew. Andy's toys don't play this {{trope}} until ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2''.

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* Andy's toys from ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory''. Toys can't be {{badass}}, you say? Kidnap or threaten one of them, they'll show you just how incorrect you are. In the first ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', [[MisunderstoodLonerWithAHeartOfGold the Mutant Toys]] are the Badass Crew. Andy's toys don't play this {{trope}} until ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2''.



** The four stormtroopers in ''[[Literature/OutboundFlight Survivor's Quest]]'', Unit Aurek-Seven of the 501st. Cloud, Grappler, Watchman, and Shadow. They are ''unspeakably'' {{badass}}.

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** The four stormtroopers in ''[[Literature/OutboundFlight Survivor's Quest]]'', Unit Aurek-Seven of the 501st. Cloud, Grappler, Watchman, and Shadow. They are ''unspeakably'' {{badass}}.badass



* The Literature/{{Animorphs}} from the series of the same name, a crew of {{badass}} shapeshifters.
* [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings The Fellowship Of The Ring]] is at least as {{badass}} in the books as in the film.

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* The Literature/{{Animorphs}} from the series of the same name, a crew of {{badass}} shapeshifters.
* [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings The Fellowship Of The Ring]] is at least as {{badass}} in made up of some of the books as in greatest warriors of Middle-Earth, and even the film.passive Hobbits manage to survive against the full might of the Dark Lord and his vast armies.



* The crew of the Dame Fortuna in ''Literature/DawnOfSteam'' which contains England's foremost heroes of the Napoleonic war as well as assorted other {{badass}}es and {{action girl}}s.

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* The crew of the Dame Fortuna in ''Literature/DawnOfSteam'' which contains England's foremost heroes of the Napoleonic war as well as assorted other {{badass}}es badasses and {{action girl}}s.



** The crew of the ''Enterprise''-D on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. Even decidedly un-{{badass}} types like Wesley and Troi got their moments to be {{badass}}, or at least MadeOfWin.

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** The crew of the ''Enterprise''-D on ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. Even decidedly un-{{badass}} non-action types like Wesley and Troi got their moments to be {{badass}}, or at least MadeOfWin.take the spotlight.



* The Angel Investigations staff in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' are the best example of this trope in any Whedon show. Anyone who joins is guaranteed to develop into a {{Badass}} within one season. And Gunn's crew.

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* The Angel Investigations staff in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' are the best example of this trope in any Whedon show. Anyone who joins is guaranteed to develop into a {{Badass}} badass within one season. And Gunn's crew.



* The Metro-Dade Vice Squad of ''Series/MiamiVice''. Believe it or not, Crockett and Tubbs were not the only {{badass}}es working in Miami.
* The entire crew of ''Series/{{Leverage}}''. Each with their own specialties, each one the most {{badass}} at that particular art. And also an awesome example of TrueCompanions.

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* The Metro-Dade Vice Squad of ''Series/MiamiVice''. Believe it or not, Crockett and Tubbs were not the only {{badass}}es great cops working in Miami.
* The entire crew of ''Series/{{Leverage}}''. Each with their own specialties, each one the most {{badass}} best at that particular art. And also an awesome example of TrueCompanions.



* The Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica in ''Series/{{Smallville}}''. You've got [[Franchise/TheFlash The Fastest Man Alive]], [[Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} Victor Stone]], a {{Cyborg}} with both SuperStrength and HollywoodHacking abilities (GeniusBruiser much?), Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}, who manages to be pretty {{Badass}} despite the whole WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway situation, and Comicbook/BlackCanary an ActionGirl with MakeMeWannaShout abilities. All headed up by Comicbook/GreenArrow, the biggest BadassNormal in the whole show. And that's when Franchise/{{Superman}} and the ComicBook/MartianManhunter aren't helping them.

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* The Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica in ''Series/{{Smallville}}''. You've got [[Franchise/TheFlash The Fastest Man Alive]], [[Comicbook/{{Cyborg}} Victor Stone]], a {{Cyborg}} with both SuperStrength and HollywoodHacking abilities (GeniusBruiser much?), Comicbook/{{Aquaman}}, who manages to be pretty {{Badass}} hold his own despite the whole WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway situation, and Comicbook/BlackCanary an ActionGirl with MakeMeWannaShout abilities. All headed up by Comicbook/GreenArrow, the biggest BadassNormal in the whole show. And that's when Franchise/{{Superman}} and the ComicBook/MartianManhunter aren't helping them.



* In the ''[[Franchise/MassEffect Mass Effect]]'' games, it's explicitly mentioned that the real potential of [[PlayerCharacter Commander]] [[{{Badass}} Shepard]] lies not in his/her potential as a fighter, [[WorldsBestWarrior however awesome it may be]], but rather in his/her ability to take a RagtagBunchOfMisfits and, through both individual approach and leading by example, mold them into TrueCompanions capable of doing the impossible on a regular basis, up to and not limited to killing ancient mechanical gods.

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* In the ''[[Franchise/MassEffect Mass Effect]]'' games, it's explicitly mentioned that the real potential of [[PlayerCharacter Commander]] [[{{Badass}} Commander Shepard]] lies not in his/her potential as a fighter, [[WorldsBestWarrior however awesome it may be]], but rather in his/her ability to take a RagtagBunchOfMisfits and, through both individual approach and leading by example, mold them into TrueCompanions capable of doing the impossible on a regular basis, up to and not limited to killing ancient mechanical gods.



* [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 RED and BLU]]. The mercs get even more {{Badass}} when the two [[spoiler: join forces to fight Gray Mann's [[RobotWar robot army]] and preventing him from wiping out Mann Co.]]

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* [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 RED and BLU]]. The mercs get even more {{Badass}} badass when the two [[spoiler: join forces to fight Gray Mann's [[RobotWar robot army]] and preventing him from wiping out Mann Co.]]



* As of chapter 180, in ''Webcomic/{{Noblesse}}'' there is RK-4,[[note]]Raizel Knights[[/note]] made of [[spoiler: [[PlayfulHacker Tao]], [[ColdSniper T]][[ImprobableAimingSkills a]][[{{BFG}} k]][[OneManArmy e]][[SamuraiPonytail o]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent M-]][[{{Badass}} 21]], and [[PintSizedPowerhouse Re]][[LightningBruiser gi]][[OneManArmy s]]]]. They ''easily'' takes out hordes of Knights, a group made of elite vampires.

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* As of chapter 180, in ''Webcomic/{{Noblesse}}'' there is RK-4,[[note]]Raizel Knights[[/note]] made of [[spoiler: [[PlayfulHacker Tao]], [[ColdSniper T]][[ImprobableAimingSkills a]][[{{BFG}} k]][[OneManArmy e]][[SamuraiPonytail o]], [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent M-]][[{{Badass}} 21]], M-21]], and [[PintSizedPowerhouse Re]][[LightningBruiser gi]][[OneManArmy s]]]]. They ''easily'' takes out hordes of Knights, a group made of elite vampires.



* The main cast of ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' has gradually morphed into this over the years. At first Torg and Riff were the only real close friends, and [[KillerRabbit Bun-Bun]] was the sole {{Badass}}, but as time went by the bonds between them grew stronger, as did their individual [[TookALevelInBadass badass levels]]. Gwynn [[EmpoweredBadassNormal acquired some freaky magical powers]], Riff showed everyone what a MadScientist with too much time on his hands can do, Torg's become a master swordsman, and [[UnfazedEveryman Zoe]] has done pretty well against zombies, vampires, and psychotic assassins. The only character without a sheer moment of awesome at this point is [[TeamPet Kiki]], unless you count her CaffeineBulletTime being used to fuel a ferret bazooka. Bub-Bun wielding the Ferret Bazooka would be of a "Moment of CrazyAwesome" for ''both'' of them.

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* The main cast of ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' has gradually morphed into this over the years. At first Torg and Riff were the only real close friends, and [[KillerRabbit Bun-Bun]] was the sole {{Badass}}, badass, but as time went by the bonds between them grew stronger, as did their individual [[TookALevelInBadass badass levels]]. Gwynn [[EmpoweredBadassNormal acquired some freaky magical powers]], Riff showed everyone what a MadScientist with too much time on his hands can do, Torg's become a master swordsman, and [[UnfazedEveryman Zoe]] has done pretty well against zombies, vampires, and psychotic assassins. The only character without a sheer moment of awesome at this point is [[TeamPet Kiki]], unless you count her CaffeineBulletTime being used to fuel a ferret bazooka. Bub-Bun wielding the Ferret Bazooka would be of a "Moment of CrazyAwesome" for ''both'' of them.



* The Zeezura Club devoted to the exploration of the Egyptian and Libyan desert in 1930. Contained many a {{Badass}} such as Bagnold, Almasy, and Wingate.
* The 1953 Everest team. Also contained many a {{Badass}}. Including the porters. Every Sherpa is a {{Badass}}. Its InTheBlood.

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* The Zeezura Club devoted to the exploration of the Egyptian and Libyan desert in 1930. Contained many a {{Badass}} badass such as Bagnold, Almasy, and Wingate.
* The 1953 Everest team. Also contained many a {{Badass}}. Including the porters. Every Sherpa is a {{Badass}}. Its InTheBlood.
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19th Sep '16 12:51:31 PM MiinU
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* ''Manga/TheBigO'': Roger Smith has the distinction of being Paradigm City's top negotiator and the chosen pilot of the titular Megaduex. Joining him are R. Dorothy, who's a combat capable android (and Roger's live-in robo-maid), and [[BattleButler his butler]], Norma. And apparently, the three of them are all the protection the city needs from Alex Rosewater and [[spoiler: "The Union"]].

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* ''Manga/TheBigO'': Roger Smith has the distinction of being Paradigm City's top negotiator and the chosen pilot of the titular Megaduex. Joining him are R. Dorothy, who's a combat capable android (and Roger's live-in robo-maid), and [[BattleButler his butler]], Norma. And apparently, Norman. Apparently, the three of them are all the protection the city needs from Alex Rosewater and [[spoiler: "The Union"]].
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