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17th Nov '17 1:51:23 AM thatmadork
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** The Season 3 finale is also another rare failure for Rick, as [[spoiler:all has plans have fallen apart and Jerry is back with Beth, and the family are stronger than ever.]]
31st Oct '17 7:31:53 PM LlamaAdventure
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* Alucard from ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' is an immortal SociopathicHero, able to survive even near-total bodily destruction. Though whether he's the series' hero is arguable, he receives quite a lot of screen time and plot focus, and few if any situations ever credibly threaten him. Note that Alucard starts off as a ShowyInvincibleHero... before even using a fraction of his powers. It's eventually revealed that his sheer invincibility has led to him becoming a bit of a DeathSeeker, yearning for a WorthyOpponent to finally kill him (specifically a human, as [[spoiler: Alexander trying to discard his humanity to power himself up with Helena's Nail is one of the few things that legitimately angers Alucard, even though it provided one of the toughest fights he'd encountered up to that point.]])
** It's a DeconstructedCharacterArchetype, actually. [[spoiler: The Major's plan seems to be simply to start a war with London. There's '''ALOT''' more to it than that. The point of his plan is to get Alucard down to a form where he's vulnerable enough to finally die. Starting a war and taking London down are pretty much just bonuses.]]

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* Alucard from ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' is an immortal SociopathicHero, able to survive even near-total bodily destruction. Though whether he's the series' hero is arguable, he receives quite a lot of screen time and plot focus, and few if any situations ever credibly threaten him. Note that Alucard starts off as a ShowyInvincibleHero... before even using a fraction of his powers. It's eventually revealed that his sheer invincibility has led to him becoming a bit of a DeathSeeker, yearning for a WorthyOpponent to finally kill him (specifically a human, as [[spoiler: Alexander trying to discard his humanity to power himself up with Helena's Nail is one of the few things that legitimately angers Alucard, even though it provided one of the toughest fights he'd encountered up to that point.]])
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** It's a DeconstructedCharacterArchetype, actually. [[spoiler: The Major's plan seems to be simply to start a war with London. There's '''ALOT''' more to it than that. The point of his plan is to get Alucard down to a form where he's vulnerable enough to finally die. Starting a war and taking London down are pretty much just bonuses.]]]] It's also revealed that his sheer invincibility has led to him becoming a bit of a DeathSeeker, yearning for a WorthyOpponent to finally kill him (specifically a human, as [[spoiler: Alexander trying to discard his humanity to power himself up with Helena's Nail is one of the few things that legitimately angers Alucard, even though it provided one of the toughest fights he'd encountered up to that point.]])
31st Oct '17 7:29:27 PM LlamaAdventure
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* Alucard from ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' is an immortal SociopathicHero, able to survive even near-total bodily destruction. Though whether he's the series' hero is arguable, he receives quite a lot of screen time and plot focus, and few if any situations ever credibly threaten him. Note that Alucard starts off as a ShowyInvincibleHero... before even using a fraction of his powers. It's eventually revealed that his sheer invincibility has to him becoming a bit of a DeathSeeker, yearning for a WorthyOpponent to finally kill him (specifically a human, as [[spoiler: Alexander trying to discard his humanity to power himself up with Helena's Nail is one of the few things that legitimately angers Alucard, even though it provided one of the toughest fights he'd encountered up to that point.]])

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* Alucard from ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' is an immortal SociopathicHero, able to survive even near-total bodily destruction. Though whether he's the series' hero is arguable, he receives quite a lot of screen time and plot focus, and few if any situations ever credibly threaten him. Note that Alucard starts off as a ShowyInvincibleHero... before even using a fraction of his powers. It's eventually revealed that his sheer invincibility has led to him becoming a bit of a DeathSeeker, yearning for a WorthyOpponent to finally kill him (specifically a human, as [[spoiler: Alexander trying to discard his humanity to power himself up with Helena's Nail is one of the few things that legitimately angers Alucard, even though it provided one of the toughest fights he'd encountered up to that point.]])
31st Oct '17 7:28:57 PM LlamaAdventure
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* Alucard from ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' is an immortal SociopathicHero, able to survive even near-total bodily destruction. Though whether he's the series' hero is arguable, he receives quite a lot of screen time and plot focus, and few if any situations ever credibly threaten him. Note that Alucard starts off as a ShowyInvincibleHero... before even using a fraction of his powers.

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* Alucard from ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' is an immortal SociopathicHero, able to survive even near-total bodily destruction. Though whether he's the series' hero is arguable, he receives quite a lot of screen time and plot focus, and few if any situations ever credibly threaten him. Note that Alucard starts off as a ShowyInvincibleHero... before even using a fraction of his powers. It's eventually revealed that his sheer invincibility has to him becoming a bit of a DeathSeeker, yearning for a WorthyOpponent to finally kill him (specifically a human, as [[spoiler: Alexander trying to discard his humanity to power himself up with Helena's Nail is one of the few things that legitimately angers Alucard, even though it provided one of the toughest fights he'd encountered up to that point.]])
26th Oct '17 4:08:27 PM Thrawcheld
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Compare with ImmortalHero, where the heroes can and often do lose, but hardly ever die; the less suspenseful ShowyInvincibleHero, that would be this except that it focuses on the RuleOfCool; the ComicallyInvincibleHero or TheAce, which follows RuleOfFunny; and InvincibleIncompetent, where the hero is still usually untouchable, but more due to [[TheFool dumb luck]] and LaserGuidedKarma than any real competance of their own. Contrast InvincibleVillain, their EvilCounterpart; and FailureHero, who never wins at anything.

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Compare with ImmortalHero, where the heroes can and often do lose, but hardly ever die; the less suspenseful ShowyInvincibleHero, that would be this except that it focuses on the RuleOfCool; the ComicallyInvincibleHero or TheAce, which follows RuleOfFunny; and InvincibleIncompetent, where the hero is still usually untouchable, but more due to [[TheFool dumb luck]] and LaserGuidedKarma than any real competance competence of their own. Contrast InvincibleVillain, their EvilCounterpart; and FailureHero, who never wins at anything.
26th Oct '17 6:27:31 AM LlamaAdventure
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* Ainz in ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' is a level 100 MMORPG player character who, along with his similarly leveled NPC minions and guild HQ that was considered one of the hardest dungeons in the game it came from, are all TrappedInAnotherWorld. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on the circumstances,) even the most legendary of creatures considered leagues above anything any mortal man could hope to challenge are mid-tier at best when compared what was in the MMORPG. It's increasingly shown that the only thing that could actually give Ainz and his henchmen a run for their money is another level 100 player character (none of which have yet appeared in present time.) To get around the protagonist and his party being so overpowered, the plot focuses mostly on Ainz exploring the New World, his political maneuvering among the various nations (both as Overlord Ainz and his adventurer persona Momon that he uses to infiltrate the Adventurer's Guild,) and the far less invincible natives he affects.

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* Ainz in ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' is a level 100 MMORPG player character who, along with his similarly leveled NPC minions and guild HQ that was considered one of the hardest dungeons in the game it came from, are all TrappedInAnotherWorld. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on the circumstances,) even the most legendary of creatures considered leagues above anything any mortal man could hope to challenge are mid-tier at best when compared what was in the MMORPG. It's increasingly shown that the only thing that could actually give Ainz and his henchmen a run for their money is another level 100 player character (none of which have yet appeared in present time.) time,) or one of his direct underlings going rogue [[spoiler: which eventually happens when Shalltear is mind-controlled by a World-class item.]] To get around the protagonist and his party being so overpowered, the plot focuses mostly on Ainz exploring the New World, his political maneuvering among the various nations (both as Overlord Ainz and his adventurer persona Momon that he uses to infiltrate the Adventurer's Guild,) and the far less invincible natives he affects.
26th Oct '17 6:09:41 AM LlamaAdventure
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* Ainz in ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' is a level 100 MMORPG player character who, along with his similarly leveled NPC minions and guild HQ that was considered one of the hardest dungeons in the game it came from, are all TrappedInAnotherWorld. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on the circumstances,) even the most legendary of creatures considered leagues above anything any mortal man could hope to challenge are mid-tier at best when compared what was in the MMORPG. It's increasingly shown that the only thing that could actually give Ainz and his henchmen a run for their money is another level 100 player character (none of which have yet appeared in present time.) To get around the protagonist and his party being so overpowered, the plot focuses mostly on Ainz exploring the New World, his political maneuvering among the various nations, and the far less invincible natives he affects.

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* Ainz in ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' is a level 100 MMORPG player character who, along with his similarly leveled NPC minions and guild HQ that was considered one of the hardest dungeons in the game it came from, are all TrappedInAnotherWorld. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on the circumstances,) even the most legendary of creatures considered leagues above anything any mortal man could hope to challenge are mid-tier at best when compared what was in the MMORPG. It's increasingly shown that the only thing that could actually give Ainz and his henchmen a run for their money is another level 100 player character (none of which have yet appeared in present time.) To get around the protagonist and his party being so overpowered, the plot focuses mostly on Ainz exploring the New World, his political maneuvering among the various nations, nations (both as Overlord Ainz and his adventurer persona Momon that he uses to infiltrate the Adventurer's Guild,) and the far less invincible natives he affects.
26th Oct '17 6:07:11 AM LlamaAdventure
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* Ainz in ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' is a level 100 MMORPG player character who, along with his similarly leveled NPC minions and guild HQ that was considered one of the hardest dungeons in the game it came from, are all TrappedInAnotherWorld. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on the circumstances,) even the most legendary of creatures considered leagues above anything any mortal man could hope to challenge are mid-tier at best when compared what was in the MMORPG. It's increasingly shown that the only thing that could actually give Ainz and his henchmen a run for their money is another level 100 player character (none of which have yet appeared in present time.) Also, to get around the protagonist and his party being so overpowered, the plot focuses mostly on Ainz exploring the New World, his political maneuvering among the various nations, and the far less invincible natives he affects.

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* Ainz in ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' is a level 100 MMORPG player character who, along with his similarly leveled NPC minions and guild HQ that was considered one of the hardest dungeons in the game it came from, are all TrappedInAnotherWorld. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on the circumstances,) even the most legendary of creatures considered leagues above anything any mortal man could hope to challenge are mid-tier at best when compared what was in the MMORPG. It's increasingly shown that the only thing that could actually give Ainz and his henchmen a run for their money is another level 100 player character (none of which have yet appeared in present time.) Also, to To get around the protagonist and his party being so overpowered, the plot focuses mostly on Ainz exploring the New World, his political maneuvering among the various nations, and the far less invincible natives he affects.
26th Oct '17 6:06:09 AM LlamaAdventure
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* Ainz in ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' is a level 100 MMORPG player character who, along with his similarly leveled NPC minions and guild HQ that was considered one of the hardest dungeons in the game it came from, are all TrappedInAnotherWorld. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on the circumstances,) even the most legendary of creatures considered leagues above anything any mortal man could hope to challenge are mid-tier at best when compared what was in the MMORPG. It's increasingly shown that the only thing that could actually give Ainz and his henchmen a run for their money is another level 100 player character (none of which have yet appeared in present time.)

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* Ainz in ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' is a level 100 MMORPG player character who, along with his similarly leveled NPC minions and guild HQ that was considered one of the hardest dungeons in the game it came from, are all TrappedInAnotherWorld. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on the circumstances,) even the most legendary of creatures considered leagues above anything any mortal man could hope to challenge are mid-tier at best when compared what was in the MMORPG. It's increasingly shown that the only thing that could actually give Ainz and his henchmen a run for their money is another level 100 player character (none of which have yet appeared in present time.)) Also, to get around the protagonist and his party being so overpowered, the plot focuses mostly on Ainz exploring the New World, his political maneuvering among the various nations, and the far less invincible natives he affects.
26th Oct '17 5:55:33 AM LlamaAdventure
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* Ainz in ''LightNovel/{{Overlord}}'' is a level 100 MMORPG player character who, along with his similarly leveled NPC minions and guild HQ that was considered one of the hardest dungeons in the game it came from, are all TrappedInAnotherWorld. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on the circumstances,) even the most legendary of creatures considered leagues above anything any mortal man could hope to challenge are mid-tier at best when compared what was in the MMORPG. It's increasingly shown that the only thing that could actually give Ainz and his henchmen a run for their money is another level 100 player character (none of which have yet appeared in present time.)
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