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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.
1st Aug '16 2:43:52 AM superdawge
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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'' has two-bit alley thugs, Ton, Chin and Kan. They are regularly encounter Subaru and friends, and their meetings almost always end with the trio getting beat up or scared off.

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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'' has two-bit alley thugs, Ton, Chin and Kan. They are regularly encounter and harass Subaru and or his friends, and their meetings almost always end with the trio getting beat up or scared off.
1st Aug '16 2:42:46 AM superdawge
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* ''LightNovel/ReZero'' has two-bit alley thugs, Ton, Chin and Kan. They are regularly encounter Subaru and friends, and their meetings almost always end with the trio getting beat up or scared off.
17th Jul '16 6:26:35 PM WillyFourEyes
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** Interestingly enough Mid-Boss and Axel are both voiced by Grant George in the english versions (but sound nothing alike)

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** Interestingly enough enough, Mid-Boss and Axel are both voiced by Grant George Creator/GrantGeorge in the english English versions (but sound nothing alike)alike).



* The Hell Hounds in the first [[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Galaxy Angel game]], ''until''...
* In somewhat of an example for ''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.
* Liz and Ard from ''VideoGame/WildArms2'', and the members of Cocytus, though to a lesser extent since they're all quite powerful and competent, not to mention that you fight none of them more than twice (Liz and Ard, however, are fought 3 times, almost always follow up a fight with them by throwing one of their robot bosses at you, and also accidentally set a VERY powerful optional boss on you late in the game).

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* The Hell Hounds in the first [[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel Galaxy Angel game]], ''VideoGame/GalaxyAngel'' game, ''until''...
* In somewhat of an example for ''VideoGame/GuitarHero II'' (Xbox 360 version), Heart Shaped Music/{{Nirvana}}'s 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.
* Liz and Ard from ''VideoGame/WildArms2'', and the members of Cocytus, though to a lesser extent since they're all quite powerful and competent, not to mention that you fight none of them more than twice (Liz and Ard, however, are fought 3 three times, almost always follow up a fight with them by throwing one of their robot bosses at you, and also accidentally set a VERY ''very'' powerful optional boss on you late in the game).



* Subverted with the three Garlyle Forces female sergeants Nana, Saki and Mio in ''VideoGame/{{Grandia}}''. You encounter and fight them repeatedly, but if anything they get more dangerous as the encounters go on, using a lot of new moves and fighting more as a team. They must have been leveling up and getting new kit just as busily as your party.

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* Subverted with the three Garlyle Forces female sergeants Nana, Saki and Mio in ''VideoGame/{{Grandia}}''. You encounter and fight them repeatedly, but if anything they get more dangerous as the encounters go on, using a lot of new moves and fighting more as a team. They must have been [[TookALevelInBadass leveling up and getting new kit kit]] just as busily as your party.



* Big John from ''VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe 2''. He constantly stalks the Joe and Sylvia across several movies with a different disguise each time. Two of the other bosses actually take him out themselves.
* An even better example would be the Babylon Rogues from the SonicRiders games, consisting of [[ArrogantKungFuGuy Jet]], [[WrenchWench Wave]], and [[FatBastard Strom]]. They are never a threat to the heroes. They show up in nearly every race, though.

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* Big John from ''VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe 2''. He constantly stalks the Joe and Sylvia across several movies with a different disguise each time. Two of the other bosses actually take him out themselves.
* An even better example would be the Babylon Rogues from the SonicRiders ''VideoGame/SonicRiders'' games, consisting of [[ArrogantKungFuGuy Jet]], [[WrenchWench Wave]], and [[FatBastard Strom]].Storm]]. They are never a threat to the heroes. They show up in nearly every race, though.



* ''VideoGame/EatLeadTheReturnOfMattHazard'' has Sting Sniperscope, a [[DumbMuscle meathead]] with a [[ArnoldSchwarzenegger dumb accent]]. He's also Matt's (surprise) would-be replacement as video game protagonist and his intended executioner. With help from a hacker, Matt kills Sniperscope (effectively derailing his game's intended plot) and heads off on a quest to find out why the game developer wants rid of him. Matt has to fight Sniperscope two more times throughout the game, because he has [[OneUp three lives]]. Matt and Sting get more and more annoyed with each other every time they fight.

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* ''VideoGame/EatLeadTheReturnOfMattHazard'' has Sting Sniperscope, a [[DumbMuscle meathead]] with a [[ArnoldSchwarzenegger [[Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger dumb accent]]. He's also Matt's (surprise) would-be replacement as video game protagonist and his intended executioner. With help from a hacker, Matt kills Sniperscope (effectively derailing his game's intended plot) and heads off on a quest to find out why the game developer wants rid of him. Matt has to fight Sniperscope two more times throughout the game, because he has [[OneUp three lives]]. Matt and Sting get more and more annoyed with each other every time they fight.
16th Jul '16 3:13:23 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheAdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'', Scratch and Grounder, the Sonic Super Special Search and Smash Squad. They don't even have half a brain between them. More like a quarter.

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* ''TheAdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'', ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'', Scratch and Grounder, the Sonic Super Special Search and Smash Squad. They don't even have half a brain between them. More like a quarter.
15th Jul '16 6:35:19 AM Willbyr
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* Lina Inverse from ''{{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 ''{{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.

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* Lina Inverse from ''{{LightNovel/Slayers}}'' ''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 ''{{Anime/Slayers}} ''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.



* Pilaf, Shu and Mai in ''Manga/DragonBall''. However, they eventually disappeared as the series underwent CerebusSyndrome. Their final appearance in the manga was shortly after Demon King Piccolo was released, while in the anime they had one more {{filler}} appearance just before the start of ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. They were eventually brought back in ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' to help kick off the plot by accidentally [[FountainOfYouth turning Goku into a child]].
** And they're back on the newest movie, ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods Battle of the Gods]]''. [[spoiler: As children, after asking Shen Long for youth, on an ironic reversal of what they did on ''Anime/DragonBallGT''.]]

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* Franchise/DragonBall:
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Pilaf, Shu and Mai in ''Manga/DragonBall''. However, they eventually disappeared as the series underwent CerebusSyndrome. Their final appearance in the manga was shortly after Demon King Piccolo was released, while in the anime they had one more {{filler}} appearance just before the start of ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. They were eventually brought back in ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' to help kick off the plot by accidentally [[FountainOfYouth turning Goku into a child]].
** And they're back on the newest movie, ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods Battle of the Gods]]''.''Anime/DragonBallZBattleOfGods''. [[spoiler: As children, after asking Shen Long for youth, on an ironic reversal of what they did on ''Anime/DragonBallGT''.]]



* Tom and Tab from ''KimbaTheWhiteLion.''

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* Tom and Tab from ''KimbaTheWhiteLion.''Manga/KimbaTheWhiteLion.''
9th Jul '16 8:39:43 AM Generality
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** They reappear in the same capacity in ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', where they're more of a GreekChorus, commenting on the plot without affecting it. After one more feeble attempt at villainy, they seem to have given it up, and now live at the Briefs compound, engaging in extremely minor hijinks.
11th Jun '16 10:40:09 AM Prfnoff
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* Dondera Tank from ''Holy Umbrella'' for the SuperFamicom is an unusual example in that your first encounter with him is a HopelessBossFight. He still returns twice after being defeated, each time with a new tank and the same old bluster. In a desperate attempt to prove he's still relevant, he sings a VillainSong and [[BreakingTheFourthWall breaks the fourth wall]].

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* Dondera Tank from ''Holy Umbrella'' for the SuperFamicom ''VideoGame/HolyUmbrella'' is an unusual example in that your first encounter with him is a HopelessBossFight. He still returns twice repeatedly after being defeated, each time with a new tank body and the same old bluster. In a desperate attempt his fourth appearance, he gets taken out by another character before the player can fight him. The fifth time around, he desperately tries to prove he's still relevant, he sings relevant by singing a VillainSong and [[BreakingTheFourthWall breaks breaking the fourth wall]].wall]] when Dondera complains about it.
23rd May '16 6:00:15 AM PaulA
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* Out of the thousand-plus Nadir tribes alluded to in the Literature/{{Drenai}} saga, the Green Monkeys have this reputation in-universe. The name probably doesn't help.
14th May '16 9:39:11 AM nombretomado
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* The Dark Hand in ''JackieChanAdventures''. Doesn't help that their formerly badass boss got canonically [[RetCon retconned]] later on. The Shadowkhan at times as well, though their effectiveness appears to depend on [[spoiler: how close the mask holder is]].

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* The Dark Hand in ''JackieChanAdventures''.''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures''. Doesn't help that their formerly badass boss got canonically [[RetCon retconned]] later on. The Shadowkhan at times as well, though their effectiveness appears to depend on [[spoiler: how close the mask holder is]].
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