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21st Mar '16 10:49:10 AM acitymadeofsong
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* Though she's been subject to a good deal of AdaptationalAttractiveness over the years, Madam Thénardier from Literature/LesMiserables is described as large, burly, and physically unattractive in Victor Hugo's original novel.
15th Mar '16 12:00:20 AM Spanks
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** The Pokemon Jynx appears to be based on this. With her husky, bulky appearance, breast plates and tendency to sing.
* Madame Flurrie from ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor''. Heck, one of the first moves she knows when she joins your party is Body Slam, where she flies through the air and flops on her target with her massive bulk.
13th Mar '16 10:52:54 AM nombretomado
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* Quain'tana of ''{{Drowtales}}'' is either this or an AmazonianBeauty (her character in general is a BaseBreaker), seeing as she's built like a bodybuilder to the point of ViewerGenderConfusion on the part of many readers.
* Sauerkraut of ''TriggerStar'', the party's resident GeniusBruiser. Take the traditional portrayal of ConanTheBarbarian. Now add breasts. Suitably big ones. Add a LanternJawOfJustice and you have Sauerkraut.

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* Quain'tana of ''{{Drowtales}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Drowtales}}'' is either this or an AmazonianBeauty (her character in general is a BaseBreaker), seeing as she's built like a bodybuilder to the point of ViewerGenderConfusion on the part of many readers.
* Sauerkraut of ''TriggerStar'', ''Webcomic/TriggerStar'', the party's resident GeniusBruiser. Take the traditional portrayal of ConanTheBarbarian.Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian. Now add breasts. Suitably big ones. Add a LanternJawOfJustice and you have Sauerkraut.
9th Mar '16 6:24:17 AM MegaMarioMan
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* Helga from the ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' series.
** Not to mention an entire army of enemy Valkyries in ''A Crack in Time''.

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* Helga from the ''VideoGame/RatchetAndClank'' ''Franchise/RatchetAndClank'' series.
** Not to mention an entire army of enemy Valkyries in ''A ''[[VideoGame/RatchetAndClankFutureACrackInTime A Crack in Time''.Time]]''.



* Gretel Grosse in VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D
** Helga von Bulow in ''ReturnToCastleWolfenstein''.

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* Gretel Grosse in VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D
''VideoGame/Wolfenstein3D''.
** Helga von Bulow in ''ReturnToCastleWolfenstein''.''VideoGame/ReturnToCastleWolfenstein''.
28th Feb '16 11:32:15 PM Chris
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* In ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'', the title character delivers some jabs towards Angel Dust being too masculine, at one point in the trailers even saying that she's "way too much dude for me".
22nd Feb '16 12:44:52 PM GrammarNavi
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* Brienne of Tarth from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' is something of a deconstruction of the trope. She's a huge, ugly and tomboyish woman who desperarely wants to be a knight, but who constantly suffers for not fitting society's mold. Her IronicNickname is "Brienne the Beauty."

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* Brienne of Tarth from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' is something of a deconstruction of the trope. She's a huge, ugly and tomboyish woman who desperarely desperately wants to be a knight, but who constantly suffers for not fitting society's mold. Her IronicNickname is "Brienne the Beauty."



* Eric considers this as a character option when he disguises himself as a woman on ''BoyMeetsWorld''.

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* Eric considers this as a character option when he disguises himself as a woman on ''BoyMeetsWorld''.''Series/BoyMeetsWorld''.
21st Feb '16 10:03:16 PM Everdream
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Brawn Hilda is, essentially, a strong, mannish, usually foreign woman (particularly German, Russian, or Scandinavian). However, she's ''not'' an AmazonianBeauty, her strength is seen as unattractive, as she usually (purposely or not) emasculates the hero by beating him up or outdoing him in "manly" activities (such as arm wrestling, boxing, hot dog eating, pretty much anything unfeminine really...) She usually has a thick stereotypical accent, a masculine face, and is often a stereotypical female immigrant (maid, mail-order bride, ''etc''....) or some sort of hardcore Olympic-esque athlete. Basically, the Brawn Hilda is the FatGirl [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs on steroids]].

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Brawn Hilda is, essentially, a strong, mannish, usually foreign woman (particularly German, Russian, or Scandinavian). However, she's ''not'' an AmazonianBeauty, her strength is seen as unattractive, as she usually (purposely or not) emasculates "emasculates" the hero by beating him up or outdoing him in "manly" activities (such as arm wrestling, boxing, hot dog eating, pretty much anything unfeminine really...) She usually has a thick stereotypical accent, a masculine face, and is often a stereotypical female immigrant (maid, mail-order bride, ''etc''....) or some sort of hardcore Olympic-esque athlete. Basically, the Brawn Hilda is the FatGirl [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs on steroids]].
24th Jan '16 9:05:53 AM nombretomado
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* The Baker Twins in ''StrangersInParadise'' are big, tough and battle-scarred. They tower at least one head height over every other character and are the top enforcers for TheSyndicate. They are never portrayed as "ugly," but are also never portrayed as feminine. An AmazonChaser could definitely go for them, though.

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* The Baker Twins in ''StrangersInParadise'' ''ComicBook/StrangersInParadise'' are big, tough and battle-scarred. They tower at least one head height over every other character and are the top enforcers for TheSyndicate. They are never portrayed as "ugly," but are also never portrayed as feminine. An AmazonChaser could definitely go for them, though.
7th Jan '16 1:11:28 PM PistolsAtDawn
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19th Dec '15 5:22:30 PM nombretomado
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** Judging by her original green skin color, the idea seemed to be, "What would SheHulk look like if she actually had a physique like the Hulk?" Later, Element Lad changed her skin color to orange (probably a ShoutOut to [[ComicBook/FantasticFour the Thing)]] and she decided she liked it.

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** Judging by her original green skin color, the idea seemed to be, "What would SheHulk ComicBook/SheHulk look like if she actually had a physique like the Hulk?" Later, Element Lad changed her skin color to orange (probably a ShoutOut to [[ComicBook/FantasticFour the Thing)]] and she decided she liked it.
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