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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?\\
18th Oct '15 1:12:06 PM nombretomado
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* The Amoeba Boys from ''ThePowerpuffGirls.'' Their attempts at villainy are truly pathetic, although they manage to do something by accident that requires the girls' assistance to rectify.
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* The Amoeba Boys from ''ThePowerpuffGirls.''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls.'' Their attempts at villainy are truly pathetic, although they manage to do something by accident that requires the girls' assistance to rectify.
12th Oct '15 5:55:11 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.
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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]].
12th Oct '15 5:52:20 AM Prfnoff
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* Benny & Clyde in ''RiverCityRansom''. * Dotty and Petty in MonsterRancherEVO most definitely fit this definition. You battle their weak monsters every so often, and they play this trope as straight as possible, often citing "Evil Villain Rules" that they live by.
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* Benny & Clyde in ''RiverCityRansom''. ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom''. * Dotty and Petty in MonsterRancherEVO ''VideoGame/MonsterRancherEVO'' most definitely fit this definition. You battle their weak monsters every so often, and they play this trope as straight as possible, often citing "Evil Villain Rules" that they live by.

* Subverted in ''RomancingSaGa''; The Minions of the BigBad are actually highly competent, and are the ones that are actually causing the Havoc in the world rather than the BigBad since he is also the SealedEvilInACan. * In ''[[{{Banjo-Kazooie}} Banjo-Tooie]]'', Klungo gets three {{Boss Battle}}s with our heroes. The first time, he's the WarmupBoss, and he doesn't get much more challenging after that, despite (randomly) switching strategies.
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* Subverted in ''RomancingSaGa''; ''VideoGame/RomancingSaGa''; The Minions of the BigBad are actually highly competent, and are the ones that are actually causing the Havoc in the world rather than the BigBad since he is also the SealedEvilInACan. * In ''[[{{Banjo-Kazooie}} ''[[VideoGame/BanjoKazooie Banjo-Tooie]]'', Klungo gets three {{Boss Battle}}s with our heroes. The first time, he's the WarmupBoss, and he doesn't get much more challenging after that, despite (randomly) switching strategies.

* CampGay Bandiger in ''ThousandArms''.
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* CampGay Bandiger in ''ThousandArms''.''VideoGame/ThousandArms''.
8th Oct '15 8:28:43 AM fearlessnikki
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* Wrestling/ChrisHero and Necro Butcher during the early stages of what would come to be known as "The Wrestling/{{CZW}} Invasion". Obviously, they got more threatening as time went on but they started as two guys repeatedly kicked out of Wrestling/{{R|ingOfHonor}}OH events for harassing the wrestlers.[[/folder]]
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* Wrestling/ChrisHero and Necro Butcher during the early stages of what would come to be known as "The Wrestling/{{CZW}} Invasion". Obviously, they got more threatening as time went on but they started as two guys repeatedly kicked out of Wrestling/{{R|ingOfHonor}}OH events for harassing the wrestlers.wrestlers. * 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. [[/folder]]
5th Aug '15 9:22:01 AM Prfnoff
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* Giacomo in ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos Origins'': Arrogant and headstrong, he goes from being a cruel WakeUpCallBoss to one of these over the course of three fights. The last time he and Sagi fight, it's revealed TheEmpire ''threw him out'' for being one of these, and Sagi even admits to envying his perseverance. However, by the time ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' rolls [[FromNobodyToNightmare around]], [[TookALevelInBadass well...]]
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* Giacomo in ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos Origins'': ''VideoGame/BatenKaitosOrigins'': Arrogant and headstrong, he goes from being a cruel WakeUpCallBoss to one of these over the course of three fights. The last time he and Sagi fight, it's revealed TheEmpire ''threw him out'' for being one of these, and Sagi even admits to envying his perseverance. However, by the time ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'' rolls [[FromNobodyToNightmare around]], [[TookALevelInBadass well...]]

* In ''JaysJourney'', Thinbeard and his dragon companion Azareth are constantly referred to as [[LampshadeHanging "Annoying recurring wannabe RPG villains"]].
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* In ''JaysJourney'', ''VideoGame/JaysJourney'', Thinbeard and his dragon companion Azareth are constantly referred to as [[LampshadeHanging "Annoying recurring wannabe RPG villains"]].

* ''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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* ''EatLeadTheReturnOfMattHazard'' ''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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