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31st Aug '17 12:35:07 PM thatmadork
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** The Orcs/Orks were genetically engineered by a {{precursor|s}} race for the specific purpose of being tireless warriors and killers, and will gleefully fight anything, themselves included, if there's a good fight to be had from it.

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** The Orcs/Orks were genetically engineered by a {{precursor|s}} race for the specific purpose of being tireless warriors and killers, and will gleefully fight anything, themselves included, if there's a good fight to be had from it. Orks actually need fights like a human needs exercise; in one book an Ork Boy imprisoned and kept for study gradually wastes away and even develops a prominent gut.
29th Aug '17 4:10:56 PM Demotivator
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* Sa Paecheon from ''Webcomic/{{Gosu}}'' revels in the thought of battling and defeating [[WorthyOpponent strong opponents]] in his single-minded pursuit for power.



* ''WebComic/QuestionableContent'': Punchbot is one of the fixtures in Northampton's underground robot brawl scene. Outside the ring, he is polite, non-confrontational and a pretty great guy (he even has a day job as an accountant) but he also gets positively giddy at the chance to fight a new opponent, and thanks a combat AI for picking him up and smashing him into a wall.



* ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'': Sigrun. While she's pragmatic and tries to avoid trolls if she can, she clearly likes having a good fight when she gets the opportunity. When the crew has to get rid of a water troll via getting in stranded on land, she mentions that she chose to not go into seafaring because she doesn't like this method and prefers killing trolls and beasts with her own hands.



* ''WebComic/StandStillStaySilent'': Sigrun. While she's pragmatic and tries to avoid trolls if she can, she clearly likes having a good fight when she gets the opportunity. When the crew has to get rid of a water troll via getting in stranded on land, she mentions that she chose to not go into seafaring because she doesn't like this method and prefers killing trolls and beasts with her own hands.
* ''WebComic/QuestionableContent'': Punchbot is one of the fixtures in Northampton's underground robot brawl scene. Outside the ring, he is polite, non-confrontational and a pretty great guy (he even has a day job as an accountant) but he also gets positively giddy at the chance to fight a new opponent, and thanks a combat AI for picking him up and smashing him into a wall.
21st Aug '17 2:15:43 PM Frankencastle
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** Cpl. Person gives this memorable rant in response to a child's letter from the USA.

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** Cpl. Person gives this memorable rant in response to a child's letter from the USA.back home.
16th Aug '17 7:01:26 PM ShamanOfHedon
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* Wrestling/{{Samoa Joe}} is this to such a level that he was the wrestler for whom the "(Wrestler Name)'s Gonna KILLL YOUUUU!!!!" chant was coined.
* Wrestling/{{Shinsuke Nakamora}} is often seen as a [[CloudCuckooLander nutball]], but when it comes to fighting he's so brutal in the ring and nonchalant about who he's being brutal TO that some fans have joked that his name translates into "Come At Me Bro!".
* Wrestling/{{Asuka}} is so much this, with a healthy dose of [[SlasherSmile slasher smile]] and [[KubrickStare Kubrick Stare]] thrown in that she's the first woman wrestler to earn the afore-mentioned "Gonna Kill You" chant.
7th Aug '17 1:56:04 PM gb00393
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** Jaime lives for fighting until well into the series. You can see his eyes light up when he faces off with Ned, and he even spends his captivity verbally sparring with his captors and generally acting like a caged lion. When he finally gets a sword in his hands again, his face lights up and he spends a few moments just savouring the fight to come.

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** Jaime lives for fighting until well into the series. You can see his eyes light up when he faces off with Ned, and he even spends his captivity verbally sparring with his captors and generally acting like a caged lion. However, he is also courageous and (in most cases) honorable, as demonstrated by him sparing Ned after one of his men "taints" the victory by stabbing Ned in the leg. When he finally gets a sword in his hands again, his face lights up and he spends a few moments just savouring the fight to come.
18th Jul '17 9:11:34 AM TheBigBopper
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As an antagonist, he has a good chance of being an AntiVillain, since he doesn't want to kill the heroes, necessarily, just fight them. If he can find someone [[DefeatMeansFriendship tough enough to beat him]] he might undergo a HeelFaceTurn and join the hero's team, or simply gain a [[WorthyOpponent newfound respect]] for his foe that he [[DefeatMeansRespect didn't have before]]. He might deliberately disadvantage himself in order to make fights last longer and loves to reveal that [[IAmNotLeftHanded he is not left-handed]]. Despite the brutality that this trope implies, it's not uncommon for them to be a NobleDemon as well, when they want an exciting fight on ''specific terms'' or when they reject unfair advantages because it would make the fight no fun. He may even betray his boss if he insists on interfering to [[StalkerWithACrush pursue and obsess]] over his [[FoeYay foe]] on his own terms. Less pleasant ones may [[KickTheDog do all kinds of horrible things]] to trigger their opponent's BerserkButton enough to fight them. Though if they specifically love to kill (rather than fight) they are a PsychoForHire.

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As an antagonist, he has a good chance of being an AntiVillain, since he doesn't want to kill the heroes, necessarily, just fight them. If he can find someone [[DefeatMeansFriendship tough enough to beat him]] he might undergo a HeelFaceTurn and join the hero's team, or simply gain a [[WorthyOpponent newfound respect]] for his foe that he [[DefeatMeansRespect didn't have before]]. He might deliberately disadvantage himself in order to make fights last longer and loves to reveal that [[IAmNotLeftHanded he is not left-handed]]. Despite the brutality that this trope implies, it's not uncommon for them to be a NobleDemon as well, when they want an exciting fight on ''specific terms'' or when they reject unfair advantages because it would make the fight no fun. He may even betray his boss if he insists on interfering to [[StalkerWithACrush pursue and obsess]] over his [[FoeYay foe]] on his own terms. Less pleasant ones may [[KickTheDog do all kinds of horrible things]] to trigger provoke their opponent's BerserkButton enough to fight opponents into fighting them. Though if they specifically love to kill (rather than fight) they are a PsychoForHire.
10th Jul '17 7:10:25 AM Allronix
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* [[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh Mercury]] in ''[[Franchise/{{Tron}}]]: Endgame Scenario''. The Mercury series of Programs were explicitly designed as guards, spies, and enforcers for the Math Assistant [=AIs=]. [[TheNthDoctor Mercury Six]] (the one seen in the game) relishes a good fight on or off the lightcycle arena.

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* [[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh Mercury]] in ''[[Franchise/{{Tron}}]]: ''Franchise/{{Tron}}: Endgame Scenario''. The Mercury series of Programs were explicitly designed as guards, spies, and enforcers for the Math Assistant [=AIs=]. [[TheNthDoctor Mercury Six]] (the one seen in the game) relishes a good fight on or off the lightcycle arena.
10th Jul '17 7:08:33 AM Allronix
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* [[VideoGame/TronTwoPointOh Mercury]] in ''[[Franchise/{{Tron}}]]: Endgame Scenario''. The Mercury series of Programs were explicitly designed as guards, spies, and enforcers for the Math Assistant [=AIs=]. [[TheNthDoctor Mercury Six]] (the one seen in the game) relishes a good fight on or off the lightcycle arena.



*** Rocket Racoon. He approaches firearms, explosives, and their use with all the giddy joy and level-headed justification of a serial arsonist. When he is finally given a weapon (a large, high-powered Gatling-style gun that's twice his size) to use during the prison break, his reaction is essentially a barely-contained orgasm:

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*** Rocket Racoon.Raccoon. He approaches firearms, explosives, and their use with all the giddy joy and level-headed justification of a serial arsonist. When he is finally given a weapon (a large, high-powered Gatling-style gun that's twice his size) to use during the prison break, his reaction is essentially a barely-contained orgasm:


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* Film/{{Tron}}: Sark's EstablishingCharacterMoment is de-rezzing a hapless [[RedShirt conscript]] on the Game Grid, and ''thanking'' Master Control when his boss called him "brutal and needlessly sadistic," and all but salivating over the possibility of engaging in combat against military Programs.
7th Jul '17 9:23:56 AM RandomX
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'''Dutch''': That is- that is a ''excellent question'' EVERYONE DROP YOUR WEAPONS!!!\\
Que the Predator showing up and urging the soldiers to hold their guns again, before leaving in a disappointed huff.

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'''Dutch''': That is- that is a ''excellent question'' EVERYONE DROP YOUR WEAPONS!!!\\
Que
WEAPONS!!!
-->Que
the Predator showing up and urging the soldiers to hold their guns again, before leaving in a disappointed huff.



** Spider-man ''yes even him'' as first seen in Civil War when Spidey utterly overpowers Falcon and Bucky, but is delighted as school boy (which he is) throughout the fight, even geeking out over Bucky's metal arm when he effortless catches his fist. Even up against Giant-man while shocked at first, Spidey leads the rest of Team Iron Man in bringing it down and exclaims in triumph when he succeeds, only to be knocked down as well. In his solo movie Film/SpidermanHomecoming, Peter is completely reckless at times, extremely anxious for another chance to kick with the Avengers after Berlin and is left disappointed. Spidey even brakes the [[PowerLimiter limits]] aka "training wheels" put inside his suit by Stark when foiling the Vulture's plans leading to him getting punished by Tony himself. Before the end of the climax of the movie, Peter was throwing his school and social life away to chase the glory of being a superhero before [[DespairEventHorizon reality kicks in]], but heeding his Stark's words Spidey learns from his reckless mistakes and [[HeroicSpirit man-ups]]. [[spoiler: Peter plays it safe from then on, even refusing Stark's offer to be become recognized officially as a Avenger despite wanting it to fight with TheTeam so badly before then]].

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** Spider-man ''yes even him'' as first seen in [[Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar Civil War War]] when Spidey utterly overpowers Falcon and Bucky, but is delighted as school boy (which he is) throughout the fight, even geeking out over Bucky's metal arm when he effortless catches his fist. Even up against Giant-man while shocked at first, Spidey leads the rest of Team Iron Man in bringing it down and exclaims in triumph when he succeeds, only to be knocked down as well.
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In his solo movie Film/SpidermanHomecoming, Peter is completely reckless at times, extremely anxious for another chance to kick with the Avengers after Berlin and is left disappointed. Spidey even brakes the [[PowerLimiter limits]] aka "training wheels" put inside his suit by Stark when foiling the Vulture's plans leading to him getting punished by Tony himself. Before the end of the climax of the movie, Peter was willingly to throwing his school and social school/social life away just to chase the glory of being a superhero before [[DespairEventHorizon reality kicks in]], but heeding his Stark's words Spidey learns from his reckless mistakes and [[HeroicSpirit man-ups]]. [[spoiler: Peter plays it safe from then on, even refusing Stark's offer to be become recognized officially as a Avenger despite wanting it to fight with TheTeam so badly before then]].
7th Jul '17 9:17:50 AM RandomX
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'''Dutch''': That is- that is a ''excellent question'' EVERYONE DROP YOUR WEAPONS!!!\\ Que the Predator showing up and urging the soldiers to hold their guns again, before leaving in a disappointed huff.

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'''Dutch''': That is- that is a ''excellent question'' EVERYONE DROP YOUR WEAPONS!!!\\ WEAPONS!!!\\
Que the Predator showing up and urging the soldiers to hold their guns again, before leaving in a disappointed huff.



** Spider-man ''yes even him'' as first seen in Civil War when Spidey utterly overpowers Falcon and Bucky, but is delighted as school boy (which he is) throughout the fight, even geeking out over Bucky's metal arm when he effortless catches his fist. Even up against Giant-man while shocked at first, Spidey leads the rest of Team Iron Man in bringing it down and exclaims in triumph when he succeeds, only to be knocked down as well. In his solo movie Film/SpidermanHomecoming, Peter is completely reckless at times, extremely anxious for another chance to kick with the Avengers after Berlin and is left disappointed. Spidey even brakes the [[PowerLimiter limits]] aka "training wheels" put inside his suit by Stark when foiling the Vulture's plans leading to him getting punished by Tony himself. Before the end of the climax of the movie, Peter was throwing his school and social life away to chase the glory of being a superhero before [[DespairEventHorizon reality kicks in]], but heeding his Stark's words Spidey learns from his reckless mistakes and [[HeroicSpirit man-ups]]. [[spoiler: Peter plays it safe from then on, even refusing Stark's offer to be become recognized officially as a Avenger despite wanting it to fight with TheTeam so badly before then]].

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** Spider-man ''yes even him'' as first seen in Civil War when Spidey utterly overpowers Falcon and Bucky, but is delighted as school boy (which he is) throughout the fight, even geeking out over Bucky's metal arm when he effortless catches his fist. Even up against Giant-man while shocked at first, Spidey leads the rest of Team Iron Man in bringing it down and exclaims in triumph when he succeeds, only to be knocked down as well. In his solo movie Film/SpidermanHomecoming, Peter is completely reckless at times, extremely anxious for another chance to kick with the Avengers after Berlin and is left disappointed. Spidey even brakes the [[PowerLimiter limits]] aka "training wheels" put inside his suit by Stark when foiling the Vulture's plans leading to him getting punished by Tony himself. Before the end of the climax of the movie, Peter was throwing his school and social life away to chase the glory of being a superhero before [[DespairEventHorizon reality kicks in]], but heeding his Stark's words Spidey learns from his reckless mistakes and [[HeroicSpirit man-ups]]. [[spoiler: Peter plays it safe from then on, even refusing Stark's offer to be become recognized officially as a Avenger despite wanting it to fight with TheTeam so badly before then]].



** Charles Gunn, was introduced into the series as this. Slaying vampires every night in L.A, Gunn found the Angel gang's smart careful way of fighting evil "boring" and preferred just to go in swinging. [[spoiler: This changes when he and the others join [[EvilInc Wolfram & Hart]] and gets a brain upgrade turning him into a super lawyer. Though Gunn still likes roughing it, he enjoys the intellectual position, but his mindset comes at terrible [[KillTheCuite cost]] and Gunn goes back to his street-wise personality. Even when faced against almost certain death in the finale, Gun just says he'll ''take the thousand on the left''.

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** Charles Gunn, was introduced into the series as this. Slaying vampires every night in L.A, Gunn found the Angel gang's smart careful way of fighting evil "boring" and preferred just to go in swinging. [[spoiler: This changes when he and the others join [[EvilInc Wolfram & Hart]] and gets a brain upgrade turning him into a super lawyer. Though Gunn still likes roughing it, he enjoys the intellectual position, but his mindset comes at a terrible [[KillTheCuite [[KillTheCutie cost]] and Gunn goes back to his street-wise personality. Even when faced against almost certain death in the finale, Gun just says he'll ''take the thousand on the left''.
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