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11th Apr '16 6:50:45 AM XTC
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* Crumplezone and Ransack degenerate into this[[https://youtu.be/S3FtHxhDlNw]] in ''Anime/TransformersCybertron''.
7th Apr '16 10:56:01 AM Rorosilky5
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* Your rival in any of the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, although in the original games he ends up becoming a credible threat again as the FinalBoss. In the third, fourth, and first game of the fifth generations you have ''two'' rivals, the one that's the opposite gender of the player character and another one. (It's back to one in [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 Black2/White2]]) The gendered rival in the third-generation games doesn't even fully evolve his/her starter and you never battle them again after about two-thirds of the way through the game. In ''[[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY X and Y]]'' you have ''four'' Rivals, but you battle three of them only twice apiece, the main Rival being more persistent. In most cases, the Rivals are often as much allies as they are opponents.

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* Your rival in any of the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, although in the original games he ends up becoming a credible threat again as the FinalBoss. In the third, fourth, and first game of the fifth generations you have ''two'' rivals, the one that's the opposite gender of the player character and another one. (It's back to one in [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 Black2/White2]]) The gendered rival in the third-generation games doesn't even fully evolve his/her starter and you never battle them again after about two-thirds of the way through the game. In ''[[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY X and Y]]'' you have ''four'' Rivals, but you battle three of them only twice apiece, the main Rival being more persistent. In most cases, the Rivals are often as much allies as they are opponents.
7th Apr '16 10:48:21 AM Rorosilky5
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** The [[Anime/Pokemon anime version]] of the Team Rocket trio (see below) actually apply to this trope in the video game sense in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Yellow'', despite being ''somewhat'' more competent in said game (like they were in the show before VillainDecay set in).

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** The [[Anime/Pokemon [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} anime version]] of the Team Rocket trio (see below) above) actually apply to this trope in the video game sense in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Yellow'', despite being ''somewhat'' more competent in said game (like they were in the show before VillainDecay set in).
7th Apr '16 10:44:30 AM Rorosilky5
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* Your rival in any of the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, although in the original games he ends up becoming a credible threat again as the FinalBoss. In the third, fourth, and first game of the fifth generations you have ''two'' rivals, the one that's the opposite gender of the player character and another one. (It's back to one in Black2/White2) The gendered rival in the third-generation games doesn't even fully evolve his/her starter and you never battle them again after about two-thirds of the way through the game. In ''[[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY X and Y]]'' you have ''four'' Rivals, but you battle three of them only twice apiece, the main Rival being more persistent. In most cases, the Rivals are often as much allies as they are opponents.
** The anime version of the Team Rocket trio (see below) actually apply to this trope in the video game sense in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Yellow'', despite being ''somewhat'' more competent in said game (like they were in the show before VillainDecay set in).

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* Your rival in any of the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' games, although in the original games he ends up becoming a credible threat again as the FinalBoss. In the third, fourth, and first game of the fifth generations you have ''two'' rivals, the one that's the opposite gender of the player character and another one. (It's back to one in Black2/White2) [[PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 Black2/White2]]) The gendered rival in the third-generation games doesn't even fully evolve his/her starter and you never battle them again after about two-thirds of the way through the game. In ''[[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY X and Y]]'' you have ''four'' Rivals, but you battle three of them only twice apiece, the main Rival being more persistent. In most cases, the Rivals are often as much allies as they are opponents.
** The [[Anime/Pokemon anime version version]] of the Team Rocket trio (see below) actually apply to this trope in the video game sense in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Yellow'', despite being ''somewhat'' more competent in said game (like they were in the show before VillainDecay set in).
11th Mar '16 4:20:05 PM Berserker88
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** As of strip #913 however, [[spoiler:every member of the Guild is either dead or MIA, with the sole exception of Sabine, making this Goldfish Poop Gang pretty much dead in the water]].
27th Dec '15 5:08:49 PM nombretomado
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* Lina Inverse from ''TheSlayers'' actually gave this nickname to Naga at one point, as she constantly insists on calling Lina her partner (or rival, depending on which season/movie you're watching).
** Martina from ''TheSlayers'' NEXT is a very obvious example. Subverted in that she winds up with some CharacterDevelopment and getting exactly what she wants at the end while Lina's still WalkingTheEarth, but then, she had stopped being a villain by that point.

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* Lina Inverse from ''TheSlayers'' ''{{LightNovel/Slayers}}'' actually gave this nickname to Naga at one point, as she constantly insists on calling Lina her partner (or rival, depending on which season/movie you're watching).
** Martina from ''TheSlayers'' NEXT ''{{Anime/Slayers}} NEXT'' is a very obvious example. Subverted in that she winds up with some CharacterDevelopment and getting exactly what she wants at the end while Lina's still WalkingTheEarth, but then, she had stopped being a villain by that point.
29th Nov '15 7:22:10 PM Galacton
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A comedic version of the RecurringBoss, the Goldfish Poop Gang are characters who keep popping up, requiring you to fight them multiple times through the game. They [[VillainDecay quickly devolve]] from being [[QuirkyMinibossSquad actual threats]] to [[GoddamnedBats pesky nuisances]], something the party may [[LampshadeHanging comment on]].

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A comedic version of the RecurringBoss, the Goldfish Poop Gang are characters who keep popping up, requiring you to fight them multiple times through the game. They [[VillainDecay quickly devolve]] from being [[QuirkyMinibossSquad actual threats]] to [[GoddamnedBats [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain pesky nuisances]], something the party may [[LampshadeHanging comment on]].
5th Nov '15 8:31:29 AM nombretomado
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* The Wrecking Crew from TheMightyThor were once a gang of super strong villains that could even give Comicbook/TheAvengers a run for their money but in the past decade or so, they've become more of a punchline when superheroes need someone to beat up over and over again.
** For example, to illustrate that [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} the Juggernaut]] had gotten weaker after his HeelFaceTurn...he lost a fight with the Wrecking Crew. Losing to the guys who used to routinely give Thor a tough fight was treated as a pathetic embarrassment for Juggernaut.
* ''SinCity'' has Shlubb and Klump, two idiot do-anything-for-a-job criminals that often show up and get pummeled by Dwight [=McCarthy=].

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* The Wrecking Crew from TheMightyThor ComicBook/TheMightyThor were once a gang of super strong villains that could even give Comicbook/TheAvengers a run for their money but in the past decade or so, they've become more of a punchline when superheroes need someone to beat up over and over again.
** For example, to illustrate that [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen the Juggernaut]] had gotten weaker after his HeelFaceTurn...he lost a fight with the Wrecking Crew. Losing to the guys who used to routinely give Thor a tough fight was treated as a pathetic embarrassment for Juggernaut.
* ''SinCity'' ''ComicBook/SinCity'' has Shlubb and Klump, two idiot do-anything-for-a-job criminals that often show up and get pummeled by Dwight [=McCarthy=].
29th Oct '15 5:54:12 PM nombretomado
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* In somewhat of an example for ''GuitarHero II'' (Xbox 360 version), Heart Shaped Box is significantly more difficult than the songs around it on Easy mode. It gets ridiculously easier on Medium and Hard, and stays mostly the same on Expert.

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* In somewhat of an example for ''GuitarHero ''VideoGame/GuitarHero II'' (Xbox 360 version), Heart Shaped Box is significantly more difficult than the songs around it on Easy mode. It gets ridiculously easier on Medium and Hard, and stays mostly the same on Expert.
28th Oct '15 4:03:41 AM Adept
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->'''[[Characters/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness Laharl]]:''' What do you want? Iím busy right now.\\
'''[[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Mid-Boss]]:''' Tsk tsk tsk. You werenít thinking of calling yourself the Overlord without first settling things with moi, were you?\\

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->'''[[Characters/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness Laharl]]:''' ->'''Laharl:''' What do you want? Iím busy right now.\\
'''[[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep Mid-Boss]]:''' '''Mid-Boss:''' Tsk tsk tsk. You werenít thinking of calling yourself the Overlord without first settling things with moi, were you?\\
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