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3rd Nov '17 2:31:18 AM WillyFourEyes
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* Wil from ''[[Videogame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem]]'' who can promote to a sniper, is a very social and cheery young man. Sain thinks he is a miser though, because he will not lend him any gold. Likewise, Rebecca, another possible sniper, is a friendly and bright youth.

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* Wil from ''[[Videogame/FireEmblemElibe Fire Emblem]]'' ''Videogame/FireEmblemETheBlazingBlade'' who can promote to a sniper, is a very social and cheery young man. Sain thinks he is a miser though, because he will not lend him any gold. Likewise, Rebecca, another possible sniper, is a friendly and bright youth.



* Iris from the Japanese flash game Material Sniper.

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* Iris from the Japanese flash game Material Sniper.''Material Sniper''.



* Kazu of ''VideoGame/DanballSenki'' stands out in a series where most LBX (functioning gunpla) players prefer melee models. He's nice and generally less of a trouble seeker than his friends but given what LBX can do in this series, it's unwise to underestimate him.

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* Kazu of ''VideoGame/DanballSenki'' stands out in a series where most LBX (functioning gunpla) Gunpla) players prefer melee models. He's nice and generally less of a trouble seeker trouble-seeker than his friends but given what LBX can do in this series, it's unwise to underestimate him.



* ''VideoGame/MechWarrior 4 Venghance'' has Ian Dresari's squadmate Casey Nolan, a cheerful, talkative, and rather snarky long range combat specialist. He introduces himself to Dresari as "the team sniper" and advocates equipping everyone's 'Mechs with the most powerful long-ranged weapons posssible (such as [[MacrossMissileMassacre long-range missiles]], [[MagneticWeapons Gauss rifles]], and [[LightningGun ER-PPCs]]) and taking out enemies before they can even close. He's pretty good with them, too, and the game even suggests taking his advice more often than not.

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* ''VideoGame/MechWarrior 4 Venghance'' 4: Vengeance'' has Ian Dresari's squadmate Casey Nolan, a cheerful, talkative, and rather snarky long range long-range combat specialist. He introduces himself to Dresari as "the team sniper" and advocates equipping everyone's 'Mechs with the most powerful long-ranged weapons posssible possible (such as [[MacrossMissileMassacre long-range missiles]], [[MagneticWeapons Gauss rifles]], and [[LightningGun ER-PPCs]]) and taking out enemies before they can even close. He's pretty good with them, too, and the game even suggests taking his advice more often than not.
20th Oct '17 3:49:53 PM Overfiend
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The season 9 episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' "Permanent Record Wrecker" features Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper across the street, a rather pleasant fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"

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The season 9 episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' "Permanent Record Wrecker" features Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls calling up Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending having him end the call with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, later, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper from across the street, a rather pleasant looking fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when after Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he the sniper follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"
20th Oct '17 3:46:43 PM Overfiend
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The season 9 episode of ''WesternAnimation/American Dad'' "Permanent Record Wrecker" features Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper across the street, a rather pleasant fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"

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The season 9 episode of ''WesternAnimation/American Dad'' ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' "Permanent Record Wrecker" features Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper across the street, a rather pleasant fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"
20th Oct '17 3:46:04 PM Overfiend
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The season 9 episode of ''WesternAnimation/American Dad!'' "Permanent Record Wrecker" features Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper across the street, a rather pleasant fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"

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The season 9 episode of ''WesternAnimation/American Dad!'' Dad'' "Permanent Record Wrecker" features Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper across the street, a rather pleasant fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"
20th Oct '17 3:45:21 PM Overfiend
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The season 9 episode of [[American Dad!]] "Permanent Record Wrecker" features Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper across the street, a rather pleasant fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"

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The season 9 episode of [[American Dad!]] ''WesternAnimation/American Dad!'' "Permanent Record Wrecker" features Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper across the street, a rather pleasant fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"
20th Oct '17 3:44:19 PM Overfiend
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The season 9 episode of American Dad! "Permanent Record Wrecker" spotlights Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper across the street, a rather pleasant fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"

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The season 9 episode of American Dad! [[American Dad!]] "Permanent Record Wrecker" spotlights features Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper across the street, a rather pleasant fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"
20th Oct '17 3:42:28 PM Overfiend
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The season 9 episode of American Dad! "Permanent Record Wrecker" spotlights Stan being fired from the CIA, then looking for a new job. During an interview, he tells a prospective employer that he once worked for the CIA, who doesn't believe him, and calls Stan's former employer, Avery Bullock, to confirm. The interviewer is still incredulous, believing that Stan put one of his friends up to the supposed prank, even ending with the "now that I told you, I'm gonna have to kill you" line. Seconds after hanging up the phone, the interviewer is shot through the head by a sniper across the street, a rather pleasant fellow who cheerfully waves to Stan, saying "Hi Stan! You gotta stop telling people, Stan!" Later in the episode, the sniper strikes again, when Stan mentions his CIA background to a new coworker. Still jovial, he follows up with "You really gotta put a sock in it, Stan!"
16th Oct '17 8:41:21 PM SasquatchJim
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* Eric R. England, another Vietnam sniper with 98 confirmed kills, was described by the above-mentioned Hathcock, as "a great man, a great shooter, and a great Marine."
15th Oct '17 4:12:27 PM Malady
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* Buxom Irish sniper Cynthia Rivele from ''OperationDarkness''.
* Kardel Sharpeye, the Dwarven Sniper from ''DefenseOfTheAncients'' is pretty chipper in his soundbites.

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* Buxom Irish sniper Cynthia Rivele from ''OperationDarkness''.
''VideoGame/OperationDarkness''.
* Kardel Sharpeye, the Dwarven Sniper from ''DefenseOfTheAncients'' ''VideoGame/DefenseOfTheAncients'' is pretty chipper in his soundbites.
26th Jul '17 5:29:34 PM nombretomado
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** Sniper is a pretty jolly fellow in ''DotA2''. [[AxCrazy Doesn't mean he's any less enthusiastic about killing, though.]]

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** Sniper is a pretty jolly fellow in ''DotA2''.''VideoGame/DotA2''. [[AxCrazy Doesn't mean he's any less enthusiastic about killing, though.]]
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