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14th Aug '17 7:32:00 AM Clare
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* [[DumbMuscle Cindarr]] does this on a couple of occasions in ''Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light''. In "The Dark Hand of Treachery" he says: "Power Staff not last very long" and "Honor Among Thieves" has the Grimlock-esque: "Me Cindarr broke". However, the rest of his dialogue is more or less grammatically correct.

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* [[DumbMuscle Cindarr]] does this on a couple of occasions in ''Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light''.''WesternAnimation/{{Visionaries}}''. In "The Dark Hand of Treachery" he says: "Power Staff not last very long" and "Honor Among Thieves" has the Grimlock-esque: "Me Cindarr broke". However, the rest of his dialogue is more or less grammatically correct.
13th Aug '17 1:55:57 PM DastardlyDemolition
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** Fawkes in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' is a notable exception / subversion -- he speaks in the same grunt-like fashion as the other Vault 87-variant super-mutants, but because he is intelligent and has managed to become well-read he is actually quite articulate.

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** Fawkes in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' is a notable exception / subversion -- he speaks in the same grunt-like fashion as the other Vault 87-variant super-mutants, but because he is intelligent and has managed to become well-read he is actually quite articulate. Uncle Leo, for some reason, is also intelligent and peaceful. He did say he read a book a long time ago but this may be before his transformation.



*** ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' has a Super Mutant follower who's a NORMAL Super Mutant, whose principal interests are violence and... more violence. He Hulk-Speaks relentlessly.
*** Dog from ''Dead Money'' also uses hulkspeak, although his alternate personality "God" speaks normally.
*** The Swampfolk in ''Point Lookout'' also speak this way.

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*** ** The Swampfolk in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}: Point Lookout'' also speak this way, due to being mutant inbred [[HillbillyHorror hicks]].
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''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' has a Super Mutant follower named "Strong" who's a NORMAL Super Mutant, whose principal interests are violence and... more violence. He Hulk-Speaks relentlessly.
*** ** Dog from ''Dead ''VideoGame/{{Fallout New Vegas}}: Dead Money'' also uses hulkspeak, although his alternate personality "God" speaks normally.
*** The Swampfolk in ''Point Lookout'' also speak this way.
rather eloquently. This is due to him/them being a Super Mutant Nightkin and suffering from schizophrenia and other delusions. [[spoiler: Their merged personality will talk like a regular person.]]
30th Jul '17 11:08:36 AM nombretomado
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* Princess Pony Apehands and Patricia, from ''WesternAnimation/{{Spliced}}''. Notable in that the latter only does so when she's angry, and the former speaks in what can only be described as "HulkSpeak [[XMeetsY meets]] BabyTalk" (no, seriously).

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* Princess Pony Apehands and Patricia, from ''WesternAnimation/{{Spliced}}''. Notable in that the latter only does so when she's angry, and the former speaks in what can only be described as "HulkSpeak [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY meets]] BabyTalk" (no, seriously).
27th Jul '17 9:11:15 PM CenturyEye
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*''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutronBoyGenius'': In ''The N-Men,'' when the main group get superpowers from an encounter with [[ILoveNuclearPower radiation]] [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything in space]], the titular character belatedly gets his [[HulkOut power]] after much teasing from his "friends." Jimmy quickly changes from LittleProfessorDialogue to hulk speak. You hear the change while he transforms!
2nd Jul '17 6:50:34 AM JackG
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* Averted with Marek from the 1970s ''LandoftheLost'' series. He is a caveman, yet speaks perfect English. One wonders how he came to learn it.

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* Averted with Marek from the 1970s ''LandoftheLost'' ''Series/LandOfTheLost1974'' series. He is a caveman, yet speaks perfect English. One wonders how he came to learn it.
2nd Jul '17 6:48:36 AM JackG
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** In ''Day of the Daleks'' we're introduced to the Ogrons, apelike aliens that the Daleks use as DumbMuscle. The trope is played straight, only for the actor to stuff up and speak normally in his very next line.

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** In ''Day of the Daleks'' we're introduced to the Ogrons, apelike aliens that the Daleks use as DumbMuscle. The trope is played straight, only for the actor to stuff up and speak normally in his very next line.line (which clearly wasn't written for this trope anyway).
2nd Jul '17 6:42:47 AM JackG
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* Averted with Marek from the 1970s ''LandoftheLost'' series. He is a caveman, yet speaks perfect English. One wonders how he came to learn it.
** In ''Day of the Daleks'' we're introduced to the Ogrons, apelike aliens that the Daleks use as DumbMuscle. The trope is played straight, only for the actor to muff things up and speak normally in his very next line.

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* Averted with Marek from the 1970s ''LandoftheLost'' series. He is a caveman, yet speaks perfect English. One wonders how he came to learn it.
** In ''Day of the Daleks'' we're introduced to the Ogrons, apelike aliens that the Daleks use as DumbMuscle. The trope is played straight, only for the actor to muff things stuff up and speak normally in his very next line.


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* Averted with Marek from the 1970s ''LandoftheLost'' series. He is a caveman, yet speaks perfect English. One wonders how he came to learn it.
2nd Jul '17 6:41:02 AM JackG
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** In ''Day of the Daleks'' we're introduced to the Ogrons, apelike aliens that the Daleks use as DumbMuscle. The trope is played straight, only for the actor to muff his lines and speak normally in his next line.


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** In ''Day of the Daleks'' we're introduced to the Ogrons, apelike aliens that the Daleks use as DumbMuscle. The trope is played straight, only for the actor to muff his lines things up and speak normally in his very next line.

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-->'''Controller:''' Your report?
-->'''Ogron:''' We...found...and...destroyed...the enemy.
-->'''Controller:''' Any complications?
-->'''Ogron:''' ''(casual)'' No complications.
2nd Jul '17 6:37:28 AM JackG
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Mord, Lysa Arryn's jailer.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Mord, Lysa Arryn's jailer.turnkey.



* Leela from ''Series/DoctorWho'' speaks with an interesting variation of this - a mixture of this trope and SpockSpeak. Her grammar is always correct, but her word use and sentence structure is very simple. In her case, it's to reflect that she's relatively uncivilised, but also extremely intelligent.

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* ''Series/DoctorWho''
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Leela from ''Series/DoctorWho'' speaks with an interesting variation of this - a mixture of this trope and SpockSpeak. Her grammar is always correct, but her word use and sentence structure is very simple. In her case, it's to reflect that she's relatively uncivilised, but also extremely intelligent.



** In ''Day of the Daleks'' we're introduced to the Ogrons, apelike aliens that the Daleks use as DumbMuscle. The trope is played straight, only for the actor to muff his lines and speak normally in his next line.




-->'''[=McCall=]:''' [[HulkSpeak One young guy - him. One old guy - me.]] Two.

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-->'''[=McCall=]:''' [[HulkSpeak [[DeadpanSnarker One young guy - him. One old guy - me.]] Two.Two.
12th Jun '17 7:46:07 AM RandomnessUnlimited
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': Whenever Kaeloo [[HulkingOut Hulks Out]] and turns into her [[DumbMuscle Bad Kaeloo]] form, she starts talking like this.
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