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10th Feb '17 2:48:29 AM TurtleTropes
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** The theme is repeated again in ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' with the newest set of starters--the [[PlayingWithFire fiery]] {{Heel}} wrestler Incineroar is the fighter, the [[OurFairiesAreDifferent fairy]] [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent mermaid]] Primarina is the mage, and the [[SoulPower ghostly]] [[GreenThumb grass]]-[[ArcherArchetype archer]] Decidueye is the thief.
3rd Feb '17 2:30:01 AM Doug86
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* The three main female members of the 90s ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' cartoon seem to follow this pattern. {{Rogue}} is brash, quick-tempered, and possesses the most overt physical strength of anyone on the team, making her the Fighter. {{Storm}} was poised, regal, and wielded awesome powers from a distance, fitting the Mage. And lastly, [[KidHero Jubilee's]] powers, while impressive, were rarely as useful to the team as her ability to move quickly and improvise, making her the Thief. JeanGrey was the odd one out, usally serving as a medic, or secondary Mage character...at least [[SuperpoweredEvilSide most of the time]].

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* The three main female members of the 90s ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' cartoon seem to follow this pattern. {{Rogue}} ComicBook/{{Rogue}} is brash, quick-tempered, and possesses the most overt physical strength of anyone on the team, making her the Fighter. {{Storm}} ComicBook/{{Storm}} was poised, regal, and wielded awesome powers from a distance, fitting the Mage. And lastly, [[KidHero Jubilee's]] powers, while impressive, were rarely as useful to the team as her ability to move quickly and improvise, making her the Thief. JeanGrey was the odd one out, usally serving as a medic, or secondary Mage character...at least [[SuperpoweredEvilSide most of the time]].
3rd Feb '17 1:10:16 AM Luppercus
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*In ''Series/ParkerLewisCantLose'' Parker himself prefers to use his wit and charisma to trick his rivals and enemies --like Miss Russo-- (Thief), Mickey is more an action man and a rebellious character (Fighter) and Jerry is the wise nerdy intellectual (Mage).
28th Jan '17 5:39:40 PM Owlorange1995
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* ''Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}'': The three main recurring villains fit this. Eobard Thawne has SuperSpeed and makes use of hit-and-run tactics, Malcolm Meryln is a master archer and martial artist, and Damien Darhk's future self gains access to the Lazarus Pits and the Khushu Idol.
27th Jan '17 8:26:32 PM DesertDragon
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* ''Fighter + Thief'' = GlassCannon: An agile individual focused less on stealth and more on combat. Where fighters are strong and brutal and thieves are sneaky and fight dirty, this one elevates combat to a fine art. May be duelist of some sort, of a BareFistedMonk if relying on unarmed martial arts rather than weapons and armor. However, if having all the strengths of both and another weakness (such as a [[MagicallyIneptFighter lack of magical mojo]]) to off-set the balance, may be a LightningBruiser.

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* ''Fighter + Thief'' = GlassCannon: An agile individual focused less on stealth and more on refined combat. Where fighters are strong and brutal and thieves are sneaky and fight dirty, this one elevates combat to a fine art. an elegant artform. May be duelist of some sort, of a duelist, or a BareFistedMonk if relying on unarmed martial arts rather than weapons and armor. However, if having all the strengths of both and another weakness (such as a [[MagicallyIneptFighter lack of magical mojo]]) to off-set the balance, they may be a LightningBruiser.
27th Jan '17 8:22:20 PM DesertDragon
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* ''Fighter + Thief'' = GlassCannon: A quick and powerful individual who does ''not'' wanna get hit. May also be a BareFistedMonk if relying on unarmed martial arts rather than weapons and armor. However, if having all the strengths of both and another weakness (such as a [[MagicallyIneptFighter lack of magical mojo]]) to off-set the balance, may be a LightningBruiser.

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* ''Fighter + Thief'' = GlassCannon: A quick and powerful An agile individual who does ''not'' wanna get hit. focused less on stealth and more on combat. Where fighters are strong and brutal and thieves are sneaky and fight dirty, this one elevates combat to a fine art. May also be duelist of some sort, of a BareFistedMonk if relying on unarmed martial arts rather than weapons and armor. However, if having all the strengths of both and another weakness (such as a [[MagicallyIneptFighter lack of magical mojo]]) to off-set the balance, may be a LightningBruiser.
22nd Jan '17 5:55:19 PM Ingonyama
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* The three main female members of the 90s ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' cartoon seem to follow this pattern. {{Rogue}} is brash, quick-tempered, and possesses the most overt physical strength of anyone on the team, making her the Fighter. {{Storm}} was poised, regal, and wielded awesome powers from a distance, fitting the Mage. And lastly, [[KidHero Jubilee's]] powers, while impressive, were rarely as useful to the team as her ability to move quickly and improvise, making her the Thief. JeanGrey was the odd one out, usally serving as a medic, or secondary Mage character...at least [[SuperpoweredEvilSide most of the time]].
13th Jan '17 8:23:47 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Mistborn of ''{{Mistborn}}'' are the jack-of-all-stats variety, inherently magi, They're mostly used for skulking, spying, stealing (usually information), and the occasional assasination.

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* The Mistborn of ''{{Mistborn}}'' ''Literature/{{Mistborn}}'' are the jack-of-all-stats variety, inherently magi, They're mostly used for skulking, spying, stealing (usually information), and the occasional assasination.
12th Jan '17 10:09:18 AM BreadBull
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* In the game ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' weapons are classified into classes depending on whether they do melee, magic or ranged damage. An update later added a fourth class which focused on summoning things to fight for you, but aside from that this trope is still played straight.
11th Jan '17 12:21:27 AM broadwayjr
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** According to one in-game source, Talos is actually composed of three men, each of whom are one of the archetypes and one of the races of men. Wulfharth (Nord, warrior), Zurin Arctus (Imperial, mage), and Hjalti Early-Beard/Tiber Septim (Breton, thief).

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** According to one in-game source, Talos is actually composed of three men, each of whom are one of represent elements the archetypes and are each one of the races of men. Wulfharth (Nord, warrior), Zurin Arctus (Imperial, mage), and Hjalti Early-Beard/Tiber Septim (Breton, thief).
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