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16th Feb '17 10:52:27 PM Dravencour
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* ''Film/DirtyHarry'': Some bank robbers.

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* ''Film/DirtyHarry'': Some The bank robbers.robbers from ''Film/DirtyHarry'' were basically there so Harry could show off his skills with the .44 Magnum and deliver his famous "Do you feel lucky?" speech.
16th Feb '17 10:51:00 PM Dravencour
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* The Snake Baron's bandits in the first story arc of ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' basically existed for Guts to show off his repeating crossbow skills and his [[{{BFS}} gigantic sword]] for the first time.

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* The Snake Baron's bandits in the first story arc of ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' basically existed for Guts to show off his repeating crossbow skills and his [[{{BFS}} gigantic sword]] for the first time. The Female Apostle from the very first scene in the manga also acted as this, showing how ruthless Guts can be.
31st Jan '17 1:36:50 PM OlmoJV
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* ''FanFic/TheVow'' has a group of bandits led by a mongoose called Haun, who kidnap Lady Lianne in hopes of a high ransom. In addition to her being rescued from them by Lord Shen providing action and relationship development, the [[KickTheSonOfABitch sadistic way]] Shen executes Haun [[ItsPersonal personally]] serves as one of the warning signs of [[ForegoneConclusion what he becomes in the future]]. Most of the other bandits die as well, and the rest aren't heard of again.
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25th Nov '16 9:13:02 PM __Vano
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* ''VideoGame/AceAttorney'' games often include these as the culprit for the first trial that serves as a tutorial for new players.

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* ''VideoGame/AceAttorney'' games often include one of these as the culprit for the first trial that serves as a tutorial for new players.
25th Nov '16 9:05:50 PM __Vano
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* ''VideoGame/AceAttorney'' games often include these as the culprit for the first trial that serves as a tutorial for new players.



** Other then possibly The Fiends and White Legs-who both have a lose alliance with The Legion and are genuine threat to the region-pretty much any group of raiders in the games are this.

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** Other then possibly The Fiends and White Legs-who both have a lose loose alliance with The Legion and are genuine threat to the region-pretty much any group of raiders in the games are this.
7th Nov '16 12:37:36 PM mkmlp
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* The Powder Gangers in ''Videogame/FalloutNewVegas'' are a gang of escaped convicts. They're probably the weakest faction in the game and play no role in the main storyline.

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* The Powder Gangers in ''Videogame/FalloutNewVegas'' are a gang of escaped convicts. They're probably the weakest faction in the game and play no role in the main storyline. story line, beyond being warm up for players at the beginning.
** Other then possibly The Fiends and White Legs-who both have a lose alliance with The Legion and are genuine threat to the region-pretty much any group of raiders in the games are this.
22nd Oct '16 6:02:31 AM Adept
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* Urbzville in ''VideoGame/TheUrbz'' is terrorized by 3 villains, Urangoo [=McBain=], Kiki Blunt and Harry Snivel, who show up once in a while to mug the local Urb and generally cause trouble. However, once the player perform the district's Power Social move on them, they'll leave for good.
17th Aug '16 6:28:25 AM Dravencour
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--> Hey Missy, [[BumpIntoConfrontation are you going to pretend that you didn’t bump into me?]] You shouldn’t distress us [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial ordinary citizens]]. Maybe you should pay me as an apology.

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--> Hey Missy, [[BumpIntoConfrontation are you going to pretend that you didn’t bump into me?]] You shouldn’t distress us [[SuspiciouslySpecificDenial [[BlatantLies ordinary citizens]]. Maybe you should pay me as an apology.
22nd Jul '16 9:11:27 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Arguably Daimyo Kubota from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''. While it's noteworthy that Kubota is a [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy competent villain]] and hangs around in the comics or a fairly decent stretch of time, in the end he's just a scheming noble whose ambition is to take over his particular DeadlyDecadentCourt, largely by political manipulation and taking advantage of the local justice system. By comparison the comic's BigBad is a sadistic and cruel PersonOfMassDestruction who [[ItMakesSenseInContext killed an entire room of paladins with a bouncing ball]], is looking to TakeOverTheWorld, and stands a pretty decent chance of actually destroying the world along the way. Kubota is pretty small time in comparison, regardless of the amount of attention he got in a minor story arc. Lampshaded when [[spoiler:V casually murders Kubota]] and then asks in exasperation "Now can we PLEASE resume saving the world?"

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* Arguably Daimyo Kubota from ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''. While it's noteworthy that Kubota is a [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy competent villain]] villain and hangs around in the comics or a fairly decent stretch of time, in the end he's just a scheming noble whose ambition is to take over his particular DeadlyDecadentCourt, largely by political manipulation and taking advantage of the local justice system. By comparison the comic's BigBad is a sadistic and cruel PersonOfMassDestruction who [[ItMakesSenseInContext killed an entire room of paladins with a bouncing ball]], is looking to TakeOverTheWorld, and stands a pretty decent chance of actually destroying the world along the way. Kubota is pretty small time in comparison, regardless of the amount of attention he got in a minor story arc. Lampshaded when [[spoiler:V casually murders Kubota]] and then asks in exasperation "Now can we PLEASE resume saving the world?"
25th May '16 1:02:51 PM Shadowgazer
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', Bomb Voyage's confrontation with Mr. Incredible is significant only in that it gives Buddy an opening to try to get recruited as a sidekick and puts the hero under enough pressure to sharpen [[StartOfDarkness the rudeness of his rejection]].



* In ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'', Bomb Voyage's confrontation with Mr. Incredible is significant only in that it gives Buddy an opening to try to get recruited as a sidekick and puts the hero under enough pressure to sharpen [[StartOfDarkness the rudeness of his rejection]].
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