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24th Jul '17 4:33:38 PM HarpieSiren
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* ''Franchise/KingdomHearts,''
** Goofy tends to be one of the more observant of the group, albeit speaking as if it's entirely obvious to everyone else. For example, he's the only one that picks up that Disney/{{Mulan}} is female at first. He's also oddly philosophical, assuring a worrying Sora that they would end up somewhere, even if [[spoiler: The End Of The World]] disappeared, at the end of the first game.
** Particularly high magic potential seems to be tied to intelligence, with characters like Zexion and Aqua showing high aptitude in magic. The character with the ''highest'' magical potential in the series? ''Donald Duck'', who isn't just a mage, but also a powerful wizard. He's also, well, Donald Duck!

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* ''Franchise/KingdomHearts,''
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''Franchise/KingdomHearts,'' Goofy tends to be one of the more observant of the group, albeit speaking as if it's entirely obvious to everyone else. For example, he's the only one that picks up that Disney/{{Mulan}} is female at first. He's also oddly philosophical, assuring a worrying Sora that they would end up somewhere, even if [[spoiler: The End Of The World]] disappeared, at the end of the first game.
** Particularly high magic potential seems to be tied to intelligence, with characters like Zexion and Aqua showing high aptitude in magic. The character with the ''highest'' magical potential in the series? ''Donald Duck'', who isn't just a mage, but also a powerful wizard. He's also, well, Donald Duck!
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15th Jul '17 2:17:53 PM HeroGal2347
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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'':

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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'':
24th Jun '17 1:02:30 AM 59Efra
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* Manel Muzas/Muzamán from ''WebAnimation/CalicoElectronico'' can be really absent-minded at times, but he owns an electronic gadget store, and it's implied that most of the stuff he sells is made by himself.
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18th Jun '17 7:10:32 PM gabrielpc
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* Yui from ''Manga/KOn'', especially after Azusa arrives. Best example: Yui doesn't know what a guitar tuner is; she's only able to tune her guitar because she has perfect pitch. Which gets even worse, because she doesn't know what perfect pitch is...

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* The air-headed Yui from ''Manga/KOn'', especially after Azusa arrives. Best example: Yui doesn't know what a guitar tuner is; she's only able to tune her guitar just based on its sound because she has perfect pitch. Which gets even worse, because she doesn't know what perfect pitch is...is.



* ''Manga/KOn'' has a musical version: Yui is usually air-headed, but can perfectly pitch a guitar just based on its sound. Though being a GeniusDitz, she knows neither what perfect pitch actually is nor what a tuner is for (achieving exactly that, perfect pitch).
15th Jun '17 1:06:01 AM DrFraud
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5th Jun '17 6:24:01 PM WillBGood
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** In the beginning of "terry Unmarried," Cleveland asks where the coffee pot is. Enter Junior, dressed a [[Series/MacGyver]]-[[Series/StarWars Boba Fett]]-esque power suit made of pots and pans, with a ''working gatling gun on the shoulder''! [[LampshadeHanging Cleveland then pulls out a notepad with two columns of tallies, Smart (being at 18, with the one he adds) and Stupid (at 20)]]. Then Donna storms in, yelling Junior's name:

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** In the beginning of "terry Unmarried," Cleveland asks where the coffee pot is. Enter Junior, dressed in a [[Series/MacGyver]]-[[Series/StarWars Series/MacGyver-[[Series/StarWars Boba Fett]]-esque power suit made of pots and pans, with a ''working gatling gun on the shoulder''! [[LampshadeHanging Cleveland then pulls out a notepad with two columns of tallies, Smart (being at 18, with the one he adds) and Stupid (at 20)]]. Then Donna storms in, yelling Junior's name:
5th Jun '17 6:02:14 PM WillBGood
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* Son Goku of ''Manga/DragonBall'' is so naive he didn't know the difference between boys and girls until he was 12, and even miscounted his own age at one point. Part of this can be {{justified|Trope}} taking into account that he grew up very far from civilization, with only his adoptive grandfather to raise him in the wilderness, and then he had to live by himself when his grandfather died. However, his brilliance is found in fighting, first and foremost. He learned how to fire his own Kamehameha wave simply by watching Muten Roshi do it, despite the fact he took fifty years developing it, not only took it as his signature move but created variations and enhancements of the move Roshi couldn't have possibly foreseen, proclaiming him to be a "genius". Also, learning the [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique Kaio-ken]] and the [[CombinedEnergyAttack Genki Dama]] not only took him less than nine months to learn, but even though with the former he's not supposed to multiply it by even beyond twice, [[TakeAThirdOption he found a way]] to push it to times twenty, and the latter he found a way to gather energy from nearby planets and collect it. He even discovered the weaknesses behind his own [[SuperMode Super Saiyan]] form just by using it once, [[TakeAThirdOption and find an effective way to use it]]. Not to mention that he learned the After Image technique after seeing it only once and even tricked his master with it. He also used the Solar Flare successfully against its own creator after seeing it used only twice. He also so savvy in battle that he often outsmart fighters who are much more intelligent than him.

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* Son Goku of ''Manga/DragonBall'' is so naive he didn't know the difference between boys and girls until he was 12, and even miscounted his own age at one point. Part of this can be {{justified|Trope}} taking into account that he grew up very far from civilization, with only his adoptive grandfather to raise him in the wilderness, and then he had to live by himself when his grandfather died. However, his brilliance is found in fighting, first and foremost. He learned how to fire his own Kamehameha wave simply by watching Muten Roshi do it, despite it (despite the fact he it took Roshi fifty years developing it, to develop it), then not only took it as his signature move but created variations and enhancements of the move Roshi couldn't have possibly foreseen, proclaiming him to be a "genius". Also, learning the [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique Kaio-ken]] and the [[CombinedEnergyAttack Genki Dama]] not only took him less than nine months to learn, but even though with the former he's not supposed to multiply it by even beyond twice, [[TakeAThirdOption he found a way]] to push it to times twenty, and the latter he found a way to gather energy from nearby planets and collect it. He even discovered the weaknesses behind his own [[SuperMode Super Saiyan]] form just by using it once, [[TakeAThirdOption and find an effective way to use it]]. Not to mention that he learned the After Image technique after seeing it only once and even tricked his master with it. He also used the Solar Flare successfully against its own creator after seeing it used only twice. He also so savvy in battle that he often outsmart fighters who are much more intelligent than him.
16th May '17 7:14:53 PM nombretomado
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* The new series version of [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Sir Schmoopy]], in ''UnforgottenRealms''. In particular, he is a strategic (and loophole-finding) genius, who has, for example, figured out a way to survive ''blowing himself into a billion pieces''. On purpose.

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* The new series version of [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Sir Schmoopy]], in ''UnforgottenRealms''.''WebAnimation/UnforgottenRealms''. In particular, he is a strategic (and loophole-finding) genius, who has, for example, figured out a way to survive ''blowing himself into a billion pieces''. On purpose.
12th May '17 6:26:45 PM KillerClowns
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* The eponymous protagonist of ''VideoGame/{{Dropsy}}''. He's a mute, NonIronicClown who [[TheGrotesque looks like]] a MonsterClown, was falsely accused of starting the fire that burned down his circus five years ago, is childishly trusting, and simply doesn't understand why people don't immediately want to hug him. He's also, like any AdventureGame protagonist, incredibly good at solving problems and getting into places he shouldn't be.

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* The eponymous protagonist of ''VideoGame/{{Dropsy}}''. He's a mute, NonIronicClown who [[TheGrotesque looks like]] a MonsterClown, MonsterClown and was falsely accused of starting the fire that burned down his circus five years ago, is ago. He has an AmbiguousDisorder that leaves him mute, childishly trusting, and simply doesn't unable to understand why people don't immediately want to hug him. He's also, like any AdventureGame protagonist, incredibly good at solving problems and getting into places he shouldn't be.be, including [[spoiler:breaking into a pharmaceutical company's lab to steal an experimental treatment for his father]].
1st May '17 10:09:14 PM nombretomado
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* ''TransformersAnimated'':

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* ''TransformersAnimated'':''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'':
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