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21st May '18 8:02:53 AM 32_Footsteps
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* In the anime adaptation of ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', characters get these when they enter a combat situation (whether it be training or real). In cases where they haven't revealed their specific quirk yet, just their name will be revealed.
14th May '18 10:28:59 PM MagnusForce
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** And now Series/ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger has brought them back in Super Sentai. MonsterOfTheWeek enemies don't get them in that series, but when this trope returned again for ''Series/ShurikenSentaiNinninger,'' they get it too, typically in the form [object] [animal] [{{Youkai}} type]]. For example, "Sickle Weasel Kamaitachi."

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** And now Series/ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger ''Series/ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger'' has brought them back in Super Sentai. MonsterOfTheWeek enemies don't get them in that series, but when this trope returned again for ''Series/ShurikenSentaiNinninger,'' they get it too, typically in the form [object] [animal] [{{Youkai}} type]]. For example, "Sickle Weasel Kamaitachi."



* Nearly every {{kaiju}} and alien in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' has one, such as "Space Ninja Alien Baltan" or "Ancient Monster Gomora".

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* Nearly every {{kaiju}} and alien in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' has one, such as "Space Ninja Alien Baltan" or "Ancient Monster Gomora". These are typically shown at the start of an episode, after the opening, to tell viewers who the MonsterOfTheWeek is. Some series like ''Series/UltramanEighty'' and ''Series/UltramanMax'' show these when the monster appears on screen as well.
26th Apr '18 7:04:43 PM Ultraman-Prime
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--> God: Extinction-level catastrophes. Notably, nothing deserving of being classified higher than Dragon [[spoiler: except [[EvilCounterpart Boros]] and [[CardCarryingVillain Garō]], but just barely]] has appeared so far.
* Another example of this trope is the ranking system used by the Hero Association to designate heroes and human villains:
--> C-Class: Almost no different from real-life superheroes, with the best of them being barely four or five times stronger than the average human.
--> B-Class: Just slighty better in comparison, with just a few being above what normal people can do.
--> A-Class: This is when people with CharlesAtlasSuperpower and such start showing up; some A-Class heroes would be held as the strongest humans in real life.
--> S-Class: Full-blown superhumans, to the point where they easily overshadow the other classes because of the crazy stuff anyone here can pull off.

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--> God: Extinction-level catastrophes. Notably, So far, nothing deserving of being classified higher than Dragon [[spoiler: except [[EvilCounterpart Boros]] and [[CardCarryingVillain Garō]], but Garō]] (And even then, just barely]] barely)]] has appeared so far.
* Another example of this trope is the ranking system used by the Hero Association to designate heroes and human villains:
--> C-Class: Almost no different from real-life superheroes, with the best of them being barely four or five times stronger than the average human.
--> B-Class: Just slighty better in comparison, with just a few being above what normal people can do.
--> A-Class: This is when people with CharlesAtlasSuperpower and such start showing up; some A-Class heroes would be held as the strongest humans in real life.
--> S-Class: Full-blown superhumans, to the point where they easily overshadow the other classes because of the crazy stuff anyone here can pull off.
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24th Apr '18 7:51:44 PM Ultraman-Prime
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* Monsters in One Punch Man are often introduces with a caption giving their name and disaster level.

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* Monsters [[OurMonstersAreWeird Mysterious Beings]] in One Punch Man ''Webcomic/OnePunchMan'' are often introduces with a caption giving their name and disaster level.level, the latter being an indication of how strong/dangerous/hard to kill they may be. Currently, there are five levels:
--> Wolf: Nigh harmless creatures that an armed civilian could with.
--> Tiger: Monsters that are about as strong as the average street-level Western superhero but can be handled by the police force.
--> Demon: This one is for significantly powerful and/or dangerous monsters that require high-ranking heroes to be dealt with.
--> Dragon: Here is when things get difficult; this disaster level is reserved for natural disasters and monsters strong enough to cause widespread damage across several cities, and it is here when the [[HeroesRUS Hero Association]] decides to [[GodzillaThreshold send in the S-Class heroes]].
--> God: Extinction-level catastrophes. Notably, nothing deserving of being classified higher than Dragon [[spoiler: except [[EvilCounterpart Boros]] and [[CardCarryingVillain Garō]], but just barely]] has appeared so far.
* Another example of this trope is the ranking system used by the Hero Association to designate heroes and human villains:
--> C-Class: Almost no different from real-life superheroes, with the best of them being barely four or five times stronger than the average human.
--> B-Class: Just slighty better in comparison, with just a few being above what normal people can do.
--> A-Class: This is when people with CharlesAtlasSuperpower and such start showing up; some A-Class heroes would be held as the strongest humans in real life.
--> S-Class: Full-blown superhumans, to the point where they easily overshadow the other classes because of the crazy stuff anyone here can pull off.
24th Mar '18 9:47:23 PM JMQwilleran
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-->For example: ''Beppi the Clown'' in '''Carnival Kerfuffle'''[[/folder]]

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-->For example: ''Beppi the Clown'' in '''Carnival Kerfuffle'''[[/folder]]
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* Many of the bosses in the ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel'' games come with these, for example, "Icy Beast Unsurtr" and "Heavily-Armorerd Soldat Hector."[[/folder]]
8th Mar '18 7:07:09 AM notriddle
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* Every boss battle in ''{{VideoGame/Cuphead}}'' is preceded by a title card with the boss's name and a name for the level.
-->For example: ''Beppi the Clown'' in '''Carnival Kerfuffle'''[[/folder]]
16th Feb '18 11:10:28 AM rtg142857
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* In ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'' every [[BossInMooksClothing Tyrant]] is given a name in this style. Examples include "Telethia, the Endbringer" and "Aria, the Zauberflöte".
11th Feb '18 5:49:36 PM nombretomado
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** The TurboGrafx16 version of ''Valis II'' has Boss Intertitle screens. "Warning!! A strong warrior (AdjectiveNounFred) is coming here!" The Japanese PC versions preceded each BossBattle with a subtitle describing the boss in a (English) sentence that could be quite bizarre, e.g. "Heizen was manipulated by his occiput!"
** The PC88 version of ''Valis'' said "Be careful (sic)! (Boss's name) is coming," followed by a line of proverbial advice.

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** The TurboGrafx16 UsefulNotes/TurboGrafx16 version of ''Valis II'' has Boss Intertitle screens. "Warning!! A strong warrior (AdjectiveNounFred) is coming here!" The Japanese PC versions preceded each BossBattle with a subtitle describing the boss in a (English) sentence that could be quite bizarre, e.g. "Heizen was manipulated by his occiput!"
** The PC88 UsefulNotes/PC88 version of ''Valis'' said "Be careful (sic)! (Boss's name) is coming," followed by a line of proverbial advice.
2nd Feb '18 9:48:21 AM SoulSnatcher
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* ''VideoGame/KirbyStarAllies'' does this with every major boss.
-->For example: "Meta Knight: The Lone Swordsman."
1st Feb '18 4:57:37 AM Cryoclaste
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*** '''[[PacMan PAC-MAN]]''' HUNGERS FOR BATTLE!

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*** '''[[PacMan '''[[VideoGame/PacMan PAC-MAN]]''' HUNGERS FOR BATTLE!
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