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20th Aug '16 2:58:02 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* Literature/NeroWolfe, who is also ''mostly'' an ArmchairDetective, solving crimes from his brownstone while leaving field work to his borderline HardboiledDetective secretary Archie Goodwin.

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* Literature/NeroWolfe, who is also ''mostly'' an ArmchairDetective, a PhoneInDetective, solving crimes from his brownstone while leaving field work to his borderline HardboiledDetective secretary Archie Goodwin.
7th Aug '16 12:12:34 PM nombretomado
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* FunnyAnimal + DetectiveAnimal + EverythingIsBetterWithMonkeys + This Trope = [[TheDCU Detective Chimp]]. He likes reminding people that Franchise/{{Batman}} is merely the world's greatest ''human'' detective.

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* FunnyAnimal + DetectiveAnimal + EverythingIsBetterWithMonkeys + This Trope = [[TheDCU [[Franchise/TheDCU Detective Chimp]]. He likes reminding people that Franchise/{{Batman}} is merely the world's greatest ''human'' detective.
28th Jul '16 10:35:44 PM Glacierfairy
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* Hajime Kindaichi from ''MangaTheKindaichiCasefiles''.

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* Hajime Kindaichi from ''MangaTheKindaichiCasefiles''.''Manga/TheKindaichiCasefiles''.
13th Jun '16 1:24:41 AM PaulA
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The first GreatDetective in fiction was Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's C. Auguste Dupin. Poe rejected the Vidocq model in favor of a more fantastic kind of detective. Later, the Dupin model was further codified by Creator/ArthurConanDoyle's Literature/SherlockHolmes, the most famous example to this day.

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The first GreatDetective in fiction was Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's C. Auguste Dupin.Literature/CAugusteDupin. Poe rejected the Vidocq model in favor of a more fantastic kind of detective. Later, the Dupin model was further codified by Creator/ArthurConanDoyle's Literature/SherlockHolmes, the most famous example to this day.



* Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's C. Auguste Dupin.

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* Creator/EdgarAllanPoe's C. Auguste Dupin.Literature/CAugusteDupin.
5th May '16 2:46:11 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Erika Furudo from ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' is a parody of the archetype: a Great Detective with ten times the brainpower of Literature/SherlockHolmes and one-tenth the social graces of Sherlock Holmes. So convinced is she that crimes will happen wherever she goes, she actually begins her investigation into the murder before anybody has been murdered. In [=EP7=], however, Willard H. Wright is a truly great detective.

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* Erika Furudo from ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' is a parody of the archetype: a Great Detective with ten times the brainpower of Literature/SherlockHolmes and one-tenth the social graces of Sherlock Holmes. So convinced is she that crimes will happen wherever she goes, she actually begins her investigation into the murder before anybody has been murdered. In [=EP7=], however, Willard H. Wright is a truly great detective.
6th Feb '16 1:33:10 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Practically everyone in ''Manga/TanteiGakuenQ'', but specially people like [[GeniusDitz Kyuu Renjou]], [[ChickMagnet Ryu Amakusa]], [[UnflappableGuardian Professor Morihiko Dan]] and [[spoiler: Professor Dan's niece]] [[PluckyGirl Sakurako Yukihira.]]

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* Practically everyone in ''Manga/TanteiGakuenQ'', ''Manga/DetectiveSchoolQ'', but specially people like [[GeniusDitz Kyuu Renjou]], [[ChickMagnet Ryu Amakusa]], [[UnflappableGuardian Professor Morihiko Dan]] and [[spoiler: Professor Dan's niece]] [[PluckyGirl Sakurako Yukihira.]]
19th Jan '16 2:42:53 AM Adept
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* Oddly enough, Loki, Norse [[TricksterArchetype trickster]] god, in ''MythicalDetectiveLokiRagnarok''.

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* Oddly enough, Loki, Norse [[TricksterArchetype trickster]] god, in ''MythicalDetectiveLokiRagnarok''.''Manga/MythicalDetectiveLokiRagnarok''.
15th Jan '16 11:28:00 AM EternityofSpirits
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** The prequel novels ''LightNovel/DanganRonpaKirigiri'' reveals the existence of a system called the Detective Shelf Collection, which ranks every registered detective based on two levels of specialization and aptitude in those fields, with 9 being the lowest. While Kyouko specializes in solving murders, a rank of three zeros implies a mastery of every possible field of crime solving, so much that only 15 detectives have ever reached this level. Her grandfather Fuhito Kirigiri (who taught her everything she knows) is thought to qualify for this ranking if not for his being opposed to the DSC system at its founding.

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** The prequel novels ''LightNovel/DanganRonpaKirigiri'' reveals the existence of a system called the Detective Shelf Collection, which ranks every registered detective based on two levels of specialization and aptitude in those fields, with 9 being the lowest. While Kyouko specializes in solving murders, a rank of three zeros implies a mastery of every possible field of crime solving, so much that only 15 four detectives have ever reached this level. Her grandfather Fuhito Kirigiri (who taught her everything she knows) is thought to qualify for this ranking if not for his being opposed to the DSC system at its founding.
11th Jan '16 6:16:33 PM Alucard
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** The prequel novels ''Dangan Ronpa Kirigiri'' reveals the existence of a system called the Detective Shelf Collection, which ranks every registered detective based on two levels of specialization and aptitude in those fields, with 9 being the lowest. While Kyouko specializes in solving murders, a rank of three zeros implies a mastery of every possible field of crime solving, so much that only 15 detectives have ever reached this level. Her grandfather Fuhito Kirigiri (who taught her everything she knows) is thought to qualify for this ranking if not for his being opposed to the DSC system at its founding.

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** The prequel novels ''Dangan Ronpa Kirigiri'' ''LightNovel/DanganRonpaKirigiri'' reveals the existence of a system called the Detective Shelf Collection, which ranks every registered detective based on two levels of specialization and aptitude in those fields, with 9 being the lowest. While Kyouko specializes in solving murders, a rank of three zeros implies a mastery of every possible field of crime solving, so much that only 15 detectives have ever reached this level. Her grandfather Fuhito Kirigiri (who taught her everything she knows) is thought to qualify for this ranking if not for his being opposed to the DSC system at its founding.
11th Jan '16 10:31:25 AM TrustBen
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* Literature/NeroWolfe

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* Literature/NeroWolfeLiterature/NeroWolfe, who is also ''mostly'' an ArmchairDetective, solving crimes from his brownstone while leaving field work to his borderline HardboiledDetective secretary Archie Goodwin.
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