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18th Jan '17 5:51:24 PM Yukianesa
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** Many of the greatest Imperial Guard regiments are highly unorthodox in their operations. The Catachan Jungle Fighters, for example, will refuse to take a bath even on pain of death out of fear of losing their ambient smell and are often so paranoid about their surroundings that they'd be institutionalised on any other planet, but this is because they come from one of the deadliest {{Death World}}s in the whole galaxy. They're masters of wilderness survival and guerrila warfare and thus are the go-to regiment to deploy on any planet which would (at times literally) eat a more formalised Cadian-style regiment alive.
14th Jan '17 6:47:04 PM nombretomado
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* Dekar in the ''Franchise/{{Lufia}}'' series hails himself as the world's strongest warrior, and proves an excellent soldier as well as a faithful protector and advisor to Bound Kingdom's prince. He's also [[ChivalrousPervert a shameless flirt]] and [[IdiotHero immensely stupid]], to the point where he's unable to remember how to leave a room ''he had just entered''. He'd be TooDumbToLive if he wasn't every bit as good a fighter as he says he is.

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* Dekar in the ''Franchise/{{Lufia}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Lufia}}'' series hails himself as the world's strongest warrior, and proves an excellent soldier as well as a faithful protector and advisor to Bound Kingdom's prince. He's also [[ChivalrousPervert a shameless flirt]] and [[IdiotHero immensely stupid]], to the point where he's unable to remember how to leave a room ''he had just entered''. He'd be TooDumbToLive if he wasn't every bit as good a fighter as he says he is.
13th Jan '17 4:28:40 PM SimiOfDoom
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* In ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' Iskaral Pust's very first scene has him interrupting his own 'epic' monologue by falling off of his mule, then proceed to almost fail to climb the rope to his own frontdoor. ''Then'' it turns out that he's a High Priest of Shadow, serving one of the more magnificent scheemers of the pantheon. By the end of ''Literature/DeadhouseGates'' it is revealed that he [[spoiler: successfully managed to cheat all shapeshifters on the continent out of their chance at godhood by creating a fake Path of Hands to steer them around his monastery, wich hides the gate they were looking for]], making him exceedingly good at his job.

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* In ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' *''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'':
** Shadowthrone, the feared emperor, {{chessmaster}} usurper of High House Shadow, all around ManipulativeBastard... is deathly afraid of his mother (and all females), apparently. He has some shades of CloudCuckooLander as well, what with his undeniable cunning paired with questionable sanity and odd choices of personnel.
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Iskaral Pust's very first scene has him interrupting his own 'epic' monologue by falling off of his mule, then proceed to almost fail to climb the rope to his own frontdoor. ''Then'' it turns out that he's a High Priest of Shadow, serving one of the more magnificent scheemers of the pantheon. By the end of ''Literature/DeadhouseGates'' it is revealed that he [[spoiler: successfully managed to cheat all shapeshifters on the continent out of their chance at godhood by creating a fake Path of Hands to steer them around his monastery, wich hides the gate they were looking for]], making him exceedingly good at his job.
13th Jan '17 12:05:54 PM SimiOfDoom
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* In ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' Iskaral Pust's very first scene has him interrupting his own 'epic' monologue by falling off of his mule, then proceed to almost fail to climb the rope to his own frontdoor. ''Then'' it turns out that he's a High Priest of Shadow, serving one of the more magnificent scheemers of the pantheon. By the end of ''Literature/DeadhouseGates'' it is revealed that he [[spoiler: successfully managed to cheat all shapeshifters on the continent out of their chance at godhood by creating a fake Path of Hands to steer them around his monastery, wich hides the gate they were looking for]], making him exceedingly good at his job.
11th Jan '17 6:09:12 PM nombretomado
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** Lord Miles Overstreet, a LordPeterWimsey parody who does not realize that [[JekyllAndHyde he is his]] [[TheKillerInMe own nemesis]], the mad Dr. Craig Kittles.

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** Lord Miles Overstreet, a LordPeterWimsey Literature/LordPeterWimsey parody who does not realize that [[JekyllAndHyde he is his]] [[TheKillerInMe own nemesis]], the mad Dr. Craig Kittles.



* LordPeterWimsey is a [[MotorMouth motor mouthed]] British nobleman who quotes poetry almost continuously, plays word games with everyone he meets, and has a hobby as an amateur detective. He's a ''very good'' amateur detective.

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* LordPeterWimsey Literature/LordPeterWimsey is a [[MotorMouth motor mouthed]] British nobleman who quotes poetry almost continuously, plays word games with everyone he meets, and has a hobby as an amateur detective. He's a ''very good'' amateur detective.
8th Jan '17 6:53:38 PM nombretomado
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** Leonard of Quirm, a parody of LeonardoDaVinci. Despite a habit of stopping in mid-sentence to play with folded-paper gliders and doodle schematics for working instruments of destruction in the margins, Lord Vetinari still employs him, and finds uses for all his ideas. Though "employs" is, perhaps, not quite the right word: the Patrician keeps him imprisoned in a tower and well supplied with parchment. Leonard genuinely appreciates both these things, since it keeps him from being distracted from his thoughts and sketches.

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** Leonard of Quirm, a parody of LeonardoDaVinci.Creator/LeonardoDaVinci. Despite a habit of stopping in mid-sentence to play with folded-paper gliders and doodle schematics for working instruments of destruction in the margins, Lord Vetinari still employs him, and finds uses for all his ideas. Though "employs" is, perhaps, not quite the right word: the Patrician keeps him imprisoned in a tower and well supplied with parchment. Leonard genuinely appreciates both these things, since it keeps him from being distracted from his thoughts and sketches.
5th Jan '17 6:14:10 PM CountDorku
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* A whole lot of warship Minds in ''Literature/TheCulture'', especially ones tied to Special Circumstances, are a trifle eccentric - for example, ''Falling Outside the Normal Moral Constraints'' loves to screw with random mortals, while ''Me, I'm Counting'' runs around the galaxy collecting very detailed scans of all kinds of fascinating things. At the same time, however, each one has enough firepower to scrape most of the crust off a planet.
26th Dec '16 8:28:32 PM nombretomado
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* Sam Tyler of ''Series/{{Life On Mars|2006}}'' frequently looks this way to his 1973 co-workers; the ''real'' bunny ears have to be awarded to Alex Drake of ''AshesToAshes'', whose firm belief that she's actually trapped inside her own subconscious causes her to be, um, less than restrained in her behaviour - as, for example, openly referring to people as "imaginary constructs," to their faces. The most prominent aversion from both these shows is Detective Gene Hunt. He's a borderline alcoholic who frequently abuses suspects and witnesses both physically and verbally. Why does he get away with it? Well, aside from the fact that he's a bloody good copper, it's also more commonly accepted in the time period.

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* Sam Tyler of ''Series/{{Life On Mars|2006}}'' frequently looks this way to his 1973 co-workers; the ''real'' bunny ears have to be awarded to Alex Drake of ''AshesToAshes'', ''Series/AshesToAshes'', whose firm belief that she's actually trapped inside her own subconscious causes her to be, um, less than restrained in her behaviour - as, for example, openly referring to people as "imaginary constructs," to their faces. The most prominent aversion from both these shows is Detective Gene Hunt. He's a borderline alcoholic who frequently abuses suspects and witnesses both physically and verbally. Why does he get away with it? Well, aside from the fact that he's a bloody good copper, it's also more commonly accepted in the time period.
25th Dec '16 2:28:06 PM Arcana4th
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Professor Peter Port's idea of teaching a lesson involves regaling the students with a story of the time he captured a live [[TheHeartless Grimm]], making bad jokes, and hitting on the pretty female students (to Yang's disgust). But he is an excellent teacher and mentor. How excellent? After one conversation with him, [[AlphaBitch Weiss]] stops treating Ruby like crap, stops demanding to be made the team leader, to making Ruby coffee so she can keep studying. She's been the perfect team-mate ever since.

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Professor Peter Port's idea of teaching a lesson involves regaling the students with a story of the time he captured a live [[TheHeartless Grimm]], making bad jokes, and hitting on the pretty female students (to Yang's disgust). But he is an excellent teacher and mentor. How excellent? After one conversation with him, [[AlphaBitch Weiss]] stops treating Ruby like crap, stops demanding to be made the team leader, to making Ruby coffee so she can keep studying. She's been the perfect team-mate ever since.


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** Qrow, the uncle of Ruby and Yang, spends most of his screentime drunk and/or drinking. His first appearance has him so drunk he can't actually stand up straight, as soon as he is in a fight(still not sobered), he is a match to the second in command of the Atlesian Army, he is the right arm of the BigGood, [[spoiler:being the closest thing, together with James, to a BigGood once Ozpin is out of the picture]]. He has the respect as a hunter and as a spy of the most powerful characters in the show.
25th Dec '16 2:16:46 PM Arcana4th
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* Elsbeth Tascioni of ''Series/{{The Good Wife}}'' is so flat-out wacky that if you took away all her quirks, there'd be nothing left but a law book.

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* Elsbeth Tascioni of ''Series/{{The Good Wife}}'' is so flat-out wacky by far the biggest one in the show. She is quirky, somewhat overactive and does several things that if you took away makes her be seen as weird to her peers(she constantly gets lost in tangents, talks and makes questions to herself, her notes are indecipherable even to Kalinda and at one point, she switched the table in her office for a treadmill), but Alicia, Will and Diane all hold her quirks, there'd be nothing left but a law book. in very high regards, Alicia even calling her one of the most brilliant lawyers she ever met.



* Kimmy from ''Series/UnbreakableKimmySchmidt''
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