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11th Mar '17 6:07:22 PM Crossover-Enthusiast
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** However we see a possible alternate future in which he's taken [[TookALevelInBadass enough levels of Badass to beconsidered epic]].

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** However However, we see a possible alternate future in which he's taken [[TookALevelInBadass enough levels of Badass to beconsidered be considered epic]].
13th Feb '17 5:15:01 AM jakeroo123
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** Subverted in the ''Best Wishes!'' series as Team Rocket truly TookALevelInBadass, even ignoring Ash and company sometimes. Officially [[ZigZaggingTrope zig zagged]] by ''XY'', where they're back to their usual selves.

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** Subverted in the ''Best Wishes!'' series as Team Rocket truly TookALevelInBadass, even ignoring Ash and company sometimes. Officially [[ZigZaggingTrope zig zagged]] by ''XY'', where they're back to their usual selves.selves, though noticeably more competent than they were before ''Best Wishes!''.
14th Jan '17 7:18:02 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Webcomic/CaptainSNES'', it's implied that the [[FunWithAcronyms Daltonian Hyper-Oceanic Piratical Extortion Squad]] will become this, and given that its members include [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI Ultros, Chopon]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyV Gilgamesh]], [[{{Lufia}} Berty, Bart]], [[VideoGame/SecretOfMana the Scorpion Army]], and, of course, [[VideoGame/ChronoTrigger Dalton]] himself, it's quite appropriate.

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* In ''Webcomic/CaptainSNES'', it's implied that the [[FunWithAcronyms Daltonian Hyper-Oceanic Piratical Extortion Squad]] will become this, and given that its members include [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI Ultros, Chopon]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyV Gilgamesh]], [[{{Lufia}} [[VideoGame/{{Lufia}} Berty, Bart]], [[VideoGame/SecretOfMana the Scorpion Army]], and, of course, [[VideoGame/ChronoTrigger Dalton]] himself, it's quite appropriate.
30th Dec '16 8:38:19 PM nombretomado
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* Sgt Blob, Frizz and Nug are this in ''TheDreamstone'', blundering mooks for Zordrak, who constantly fall against the heroes in their attempts to steal their MacGuffin, and even described by the latter as "tiresome".

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* Sgt Blob, Frizz and Nug are this in ''TheDreamstone'', ''WesternAnimation/TheDreamstone'', blundering mooks for Zordrak, who constantly fall against the heroes in their attempts to steal their MacGuffin, and even described by the latter as "tiresome".
25th Dec '16 4:14:24 PM Yib
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* E.G.G. from ''ComicBook/{{Chew}}'' is a terrorist group that believes the government is covering up the real truth behind the bird flu epedimic and tries to correct said injustice by holding warious powerful people hostage in order to force them to do something. Usually they show up only to be easily defeated, whenever there is a need to show, how badass certain character is (sometimes in-universe and sometimes to the audience).

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* E.G.G. from ''ComicBook/{{Chew}}'' is a terrorist group that believes the government is covering up the real truth behind the bird flu epedimic and tries to correct said injustice by holding warious powerful people hostage in order to force them to do something. Usually they show up only to be easily defeated, whenever there is a need to show, how badass certain character is (sometimes in-universe and sometimes to the audience).
25th Dec '16 4:13:37 PM Yib
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* E.G.G. from ''ComicBook/{{Chew}}'' is a terrorist group that believes the government is covering up the real truth behind the bird flu epedimic. They usually try to correct said injustice by holding warious powerful people hostage in order to force them to do something. Usually they show up to be easily defeated, whenever there is a need to show, how badass certain character is (sometimes in-universe and sometimes to the audience).

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* E.G.G. from ''ComicBook/{{Chew}}'' is a terrorist group that believes the government is covering up the real truth behind the bird flu epedimic. They usually try epedimic and tries to correct said injustice by holding warious powerful people hostage in order to force them to do something. Usually they show up only to be easily defeated, whenever there is a need to show, how badass certain character is (sometimes in-universe and sometimes to the audience).
25th Dec '16 1:26:19 PM Yib
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* E.G.G. from ''ComicBook/{{Chew}}'' is a terrorist group that believes the government is covering up the real truth behind the bird flu epedimic. They usually try to correct said injustice by holding warious powerful people hostage in order to force them to do something. Usually they show up to be easily defeated, whenever there is a need to show, how badass certain character is (sometimes in-universe and sometimes to the audience).
23rd Oct '16 12:03:40 PM SimiOfDoom
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* Korbal Broach and Bauchelain in the ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' series are a rare literary example. They're actually brutal serial killers (Korbal is noteworthy for making golems out of the internal organs of orphans), which would lead one to think that the author might take them seriously. He doesn't.

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* *''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'':
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Korbal Broach and Bauchelain in the ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' series are a rare literary example. They're actually brutal serial killers (Korbal is noteworthy for making golems out of the internal organs of orphans), which would lead one to think that the author might take them seriously. He doesn't.doesn't.
** The Tiste Liosan Trull and Onrack encounter in ''Literature/HouseOfChains'' on their journey are mostly portrayed as [[StopHavingFunGuys humourless twits]] and are consequently ridiculed. Not even the other characters take them seriously, despite them being so ralrely seen nowadays that their existence is mythical.
4th Oct '16 12:30:42 AM shonengirl
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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 [[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.
** The [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} anime version]] of the Team Rocket trio (see 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).

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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 [[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.
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The [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} anime version]] of the Team Rocket trio Rocket]] [[CanonImmigrant trio]] (see 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).
19th Sep '16 9:28:09 AM thecarolinabull01
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* On NXT there's the duo of {{Wrestling/Emma}} and Dana Brooke, Team Disingenuous. They spend a lot of time bullying and antagonising the various women on the roster, always eventually getting their asses kicked for it.

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* On NXT there's the duo of {{Wrestling/Emma}} and Dana Brooke, Wrestling/DanaBrooke, Team Disingenuous. They spend a lot of time bullying and antagonising the various women on the roster, always eventually getting their asses kicked for it.
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