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23rd Feb '17 11:02:50 AM tvtropesruinedmylife22
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* [[Film/ChildsPlay2 The first]] [[Film/ChildsPlay3 two sequels]] to the horror classic ''Film/ChildsPlay'' flanderized Chucky into becoming a StupidEvil villain who was incredibly incompetent and never achieved his main objective, and instead wasted time going on killing sprees rather than possessing Andy. The [[Film/BrideOfChucky horror]] [[Film/SeedOfChucky comedies]] played the whole killer doll concept for laughs, possibly because the writers realized how silly the franchise was becoming. But then came ''Film/CurseOfChucky'', which brought Chucky [[CharacterRerailment right back on track.]]
22nd Feb '17 12:33:06 AM SlashCo
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* ''Webcomic/Whomp'' and its titular chacter, Ronnie. Starting off the series as an introverted, geeky and somewhat overweight otaku, all of these characteristics get exaggerated to comic proportions over time, until he is literally unable to interact with people in a normal manner, his eating is out of control and his Japanophilia borders on manic obsession.

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* ''Webcomic/Whomp'' ''Whomp'' and its titular chacter, Ronnie. Starting off the series as an introverted, geeky and somewhat overweight otaku, all of these characteristics get exaggerated to comic proportions over time, until he is literally unable to interact with people in a normal manner, his eating is out of control and his Japanophilia borders on manic obsession.
22nd Feb '17 12:31:51 AM SlashCo
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* ''Webcomic/Whomp'' and its titular chacter, Ronnie. Starting off the series as an introverted, geeky and somewhat overweight otaku, all of these characteristics get exaggerated to comic proportions over time, until he is literally unable to interact with people in a normal manner, his eating is out of control and his Japanophilia borders on manic obsession.
27th Jan '17 5:22:23 AM Crocket_Lawnchair
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* A competent villain that came close to defeating the hero, somehow becomes more and more incompetent and [[GoldfishPoopGang gets defeated easily all the time]], without the justification of [[TaughtByExperience the hero becoming stronger]].

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* A competent villain that came close to defeating the hero, somehow becomes more and more incompetent and [[GoldfishPoopGang [[HarmlessVillain gets defeated easily all the time]], without the justification of [[TaughtByExperience the hero becoming stronger]].
23rd Jan '17 7:52:26 AM ansang
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22nd Jan '17 11:10:31 AM Pinokio
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* In ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'', Donatello demonstrated a certain knack with mechanical contraptions, as emphasized in the [[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles1987 cartoon]] and toy line. In ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2014'', Donatello speaks in a nerdy voice, and wears high tech, spectacle-like goggles to emphasize that he is a nerd.
21st Jan '17 10:52:59 PM WanderingBrowser
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** Likewise, when first introduced in the 1st edition "Vault of the Drow" adventure module, it was only the ''[[AristocratsAreEvil drow nobility]]'' who were demon-worshipping evil monsters. The common drow had a default alignment of ''TrueNeutral''; not really buying the demon-worship or enjoying it like their superiors, but reluctantly going along with it in order to avoid ending up on the sacrificial altar themselves. In fact, commoner drow could become allies to the party during that adventure. Although some later works do hint that common drow tend to be more cynical about Lolthism and more likely to be trustworthy, in comparison to the [[ChronicBackstabbingSyndrome infamously treacherous noble houses]], as a whole, the drow are considered AlwaysChaoticEvil.

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** Likewise, when first introduced in the 1st edition "Vault of the Drow" adventure module, it was only the ''[[AristocratsAreEvil drow nobility]]'' who were demon-worshipping evil monsters. The common drow had a default alignment of ''TrueNeutral''; not really buying the demon-worship or enjoying it like their superiors, but reluctantly going along with it in order to avoid ending up on the sacrificial altar themselves. In fact, commoner drow could become allies to the party during that adventure. Although some later works do hint that common drow tend to be more cynical about Lolthism and more likely to be trustworthy, in comparison to the [[ChronicBackstabbingSyndrome [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder infamously treacherous treacherous]] noble houses]], houses, as a whole, the drow are considered AlwaysChaoticEvil.
7th Jan '17 6:50:19 PM WickedIcon
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* Since Greg Howard stopped writing ''ComicStrip/{{Sally Forth|Howard}}'', Ted has become quite the ManChild.

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* Since Greg Howard stopped writing ''ComicStrip/{{Sally Forth|Howard}}'', Ted has become quite the ManChild. This is a bit of an odd case, though, as Francesco Marculiano has admitted that he based his portrayal of Ted somewhat on himself; the {{Flanderization}} was almost a complete coincidence.
5th Jan '17 9:46:54 PM WanderingBrowser
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5th Jan '17 9:22:43 PM WanderingBrowser
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