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21st Aug '16 1:18:01 AM Nyao
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* Shigeci from part 4 of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' in his first appearance wasnt threatening in the slightest. She was fat, dimwitted greedy kid with a power to summon large number of tiny [[FightingSpirit stands]], that can seek and bring him small stuff. Whoever, when he turned on Josuke and Okuyasu, he not only showed, how terrifying his stand can actually be (fighting one big enemy is much easier, then fighting hundred tiny ones), but also used suprisingly smart tactic, that allowed them to overpower both of them at the same time. In fact, even though both Josuke and Okuyasu had incredibly powerful stands themselves, they had to resort to trickery, to defeat him.

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* Shigeci Shigechi from part 4 of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' in his first appearance wasnt wasn't threatening in the slightest. She was He's a fat, dimwitted dimwitted, greedy kid with kid, and his [[FightingSpirit Stand]], Harvest, is a power to summon large number of tiny [[FightingSpirit stands]], figures that can seek and bring him small stuff. Whoever, However, when he turned on Josuke and Okuyasu, he not only showed, showcases how terrifying a Stand like his stand can actually be (fighting one big enemy is much easier, easier then fighting hundred tiny ones), but also used suprisingly smart tactic, surprisingly clever tactics that allowed them Harvest to overpower both of them at the same time. In fact, even though both Josuke and Okuyasu had have incredibly powerful stands Stands themselves, they had to resort to trickery, trickery to defeat him.
20th Aug '16 6:28:33 PM Yib
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* Shigeci from part 4 of ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' in his first appearance wasnt threatening in the slightest. She was fat, dimwitted greedy kid with a power to summon large number of tiny [[FightingSpirit stands]], that can seek and bring him small stuff. Whoever, when he turned on Josuke and Okuyasu, he not only showed, how terrifying his stand can actually be (fighting one big enemy is much easier, then fighting hundred tiny ones), but also used suprisingly smart tactic, that allowed them to overpower both of them at the same time. In fact, even though both Josuke and Okuyasu had incredibly powerful stands themselves, they had to resort to trickery, to defeat him.
20th Aug '16 6:06:47 PM Yib
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* Smoky Quartz from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' definitely qualifies. Being a fusion between [[spoiler:Steven and Amethyst]], Smoky was created out of their collective insecurities, which makes her look... unconventional. [[spoiler:She is rather chubby, has a third arm growing out of her elbow, [[ImprobableWeaponUser uses a yo-yo as a weapon]] and constantly makes jokes and puns. However, when it comes to battle, [[CurbStompBattle she easily owerpowers]] [[TheAce Jasper]], while proving, that her yo-yo attacks is both [[KillerYoYo dangerous]] and [[ConfusionFu unpredictable]].]]
20th Aug '16 3:43:20 PM Yib
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--->'''Mcgucket:''' [[spoiler:[[InsanityImmunity You can't break what's already broken!]] ]]
20th Aug '16 3:17:53 PM Yib
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** Old Man Mcgucket, the local kook, has proven himself perfectly capable of mass destruction. In "Legend of the Gobblewonker" we learn he builds highly-destructive HumongousMecha as a coping mechanism for rejection and loneliness, and in "Land Before Swine" it's implied [[spoiler: he ''ate'' his way out of the belly of a pterodactyl.]]

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** Old Man Mcgucket, the local kook, has proven himself perfectly capable of mass destruction. In "Legend of the Gobblewonker" we learn he builds highly-destructive HumongousMecha as a coping mechanism for rejection and loneliness, and in "Land Before Swine" it's implied [[spoiler: he ''ate'' his way out of the belly of a pterodactyl.]] Justified in "Society of the Blind Eye", when he[[spoiler: revealed to be a former genius scientist, who vent insane after using his mind-erasing gun on himself too many times. In the same episode he defeats the leader of the Blind Eye society by walking towards him, ignoring all shots from his memory-erasing gun, which doesn't on him due to his insanity, knocking said gun out of his hands and headbutting him into unconsciousness.]]
17th Aug '16 2:25:59 PM AbZHz101
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* Another Franchise/Digimon entry would be the protagonists of [[Manga/DigimonVTamer01 the V Tamer manga]] Taichi and [[MyHeroZero Zero]][[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment maru]]. They call themselves the "[[{{Pun}} 100%]] [[MeaningfulRename Combination]]" as up to the story start, they haven't lost a match with paired together. That record holds throughout most of the series, even against mon of a [[PowerLevels higher level]]. They are also prone to Victory Dances, and other bouts of light-hearted messing about, not even five seconds after they've won.
17th Aug '16 12:59:19 PM EDP
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* Every single recurring character from ''Manga/CityHunter'' has a measure of silliness, ranging from Kazue ([[OnlySaneMan the sanest one]]) having infiltrated a large corporation by getting engaged to the son of the CEO to Ryo's perverted and generally insane antics (when he got drunk and came home with various objects, a statue of Colonel Sanders, and a toddler, he and Kaori were surprised only at the toddler, because it was the first time he brought one home). All of them are also incredibly dangerous, ranging from Kazue being able to prepare poisons that kill you in five minutes or make you impotent to Ryo being a OneManArmy [[ImprobableAimingSkills who can use a revolver to put six bullets in the same hole at fifteen meters and a rifle to shoot a belt from one kilometer away]]. Even [[BigBad Kaibara]] is this: on one side he's almost as much of a goofball as Ryo, on the other he's one of the few men in the world who can match Ryo with a handgun and controls a gigantic syndicate.
13th Aug '16 8:30:23 PM nombretomado
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** And in ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' and its prequel, Garland becomes [[BloodKnight just that much scarier.]]
5th Aug '16 7:45:36 AM ChronoLegion
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* Jack O'Neill of ''Series/StargateSG1'' likes to play dumb and joke around, but gets things DONE.

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* Jack O'Neill of ''Series/StargateSG1'' likes to play dumb and joke around, but gets things DONE. Also, his irreverence and jokes frequently annoy the Goa'uld and their Jaffa, who are infuriated because Jack doesn't take them seriously. This is, possibly, his intention, although it fails to work on the GenreSavvy Ba'al.
3rd Aug '16 10:07:57 AM gophergiggles
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* Mosquitos. They're annoying little pests with big doofy eyes and who buzz around dopily, with hobbies that include leaving behind an itchy bite, buzzing in your ear, and ruining outdoor events, and they go out in one swat. Wouldn't it be scary if they were responsible for more human deaths per year, or total across history, than ''any other organism on the planet'' and our only means of warding them off is avoiding them or hiding from them with repellent and hoping they don't happen to bump into us? Yeah, that's [[NightmareFuel actually the case.]]
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