History Main / KnightofCerebus

18th Nov '16 1:21:00 PM Darth_Rasputin32898
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->''"That was a very abstract, almost avant-garde episode with Q and what he was trying to prove with the ''Enterprise'', telling Picard to be aware because there are some bad-asses out there that you're not prepared for no matter what you think. This is just a lesson to you to keep your eyes and ears open because there are things out there that you don't understand, and here's an example."''

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->''"That was a very abstract, almost avant-garde episode with Q and what he was trying to prove with the ''Enterprise'', telling Picard to be aware because [[OutsideContextProblem there are some bad-asses out there that you're not prepared for no matter what you think. think.]] This is just a lesson to you to keep your eyes and ears open because there are things out there that you don't understand, and here's an example."''
30th Oct '16 5:49:55 AM CrowTR0bot
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This villain's arrival is usually heralded by a sudden downturn in humor, to show the audience this guy means business. In other words, a catalyst for a drastic change in mood toward the dark and dramatic.There are examples of characters who take the story to darker territory without being villainous in the slightest, but this trope is reserved for evil creatures.

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This villain's arrival is usually heralded by a sudden downturn in humor, humor (although if the villain in question is [[LaughablyEvil amusing in their own right]], expect it to turn into BlackComedy), to show the audience this guy means business. In other words, a catalyst for a drastic change in mood toward the dark and dramatic.There are examples of characters who take the story to darker territory without being villainous in the slightest, but this trope is reserved for evil creatures.
22nd Sep '16 5:41:13 PM nombretomado
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* ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' is largely a realistic show about realistic small-town problems, frequently more comedy than drama. It had a few forays into serious territory early on, whether it was an adaptation of a Bible story or a robbery... but when Dr. Blackgaard showed up, things ''changed''.

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* ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' ''Radio/AdventuresInOdyssey'' is largely a realistic show about realistic small-town problems, frequently more comedy than drama. It had a few forays into serious territory early on, whether it was an adaptation of a Bible story or a robbery... but when Dr. Blackgaard showed up, things ''changed''.
21st Sep '16 2:05:45 PM HawkbitAlpha
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A Knight of Cerebus is very likely to be an [[ProfessionalKiller assassin]] [[LaserGuidedTykebomb trained for killing]], or even a blatant HeroKiller who posed actual threat, but also runs the risk of becoming a VillainSue. Arguably a subtrope of ThresholdGuardians. See also DeadSerious, NotSoHarmlessVillain. The show may ShooOutTheClowns first. Often, this results in a case of VileVillainSaccharineShow. When this kicks off CerebusSyndrome, his or her arrival is a GutPunch. Sometimes, this type of character, if bad enough, can be a CompleteMonster if they have no redeeming traits and do terrible things by the standards of history in an initially more lighthearted series.

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A Knight of Cerebus is very likely to be an [[ProfessionalKiller assassin]] [[LaserGuidedTykebomb trained for killing]], or even a blatant HeroKiller who posed actual threat, but also runs the risk of becoming a VillainSue. They also tend to be the trigger of TheWorfEffect against the hero. Arguably a subtrope of ThresholdGuardians. See also DeadSerious, NotSoHarmlessVillain. The show may ShooOutTheClowns first. Often, this results in a case of VileVillainSaccharineShow. When this kicks off CerebusSyndrome, his or her arrival is a GutPunch. Sometimes, this type of character, if bad enough, can be a CompleteMonster if they have no redeeming traits and do terrible things by the standards of history in an initially more lighthearted series.
10th Aug '16 5:37:46 PM MrCaptainA
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* Similar to the above, the entrance of Bill Sykes near the beginning of Act II of ''Theatre/Oliver'' means the story gets ''much'' darker from that point on.

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* Similar to the above, the entrance of Bill Sykes near the beginning of Act II of ''Theatre/Oliver'' ''Theatre/Oliver!'' means the story gets ''much'' darker from that point on.
10th Aug '16 5:37:12 PM MrCaptainA
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10th Aug '16 5:36:29 PM MrCaptainA
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* Similar to the above, the entrance of Bill Sykes near the beginning of Act II of ''Theatre/Oliver'' means the story gets ''much'' darker from that point on.
27th Jul '16 5:50:12 PM JamesAustin
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* A well-booked MonsterHeel usually qualifies, since they will steamroll face after face until someone puts them down. Well-known examples include Wrestling/{{Kane}}, Wrestling/BrockLesnar, Wrestling/MarkHenry since his 2011 FaceHeelTurn, and even Wrestling/BethPhoenix.

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* A well-booked MonsterHeel WrestlingMonster usually qualifies, since they will steamroll face after face until someone puts them down. Well-known examples include Wrestling/{{Kane}}, Wrestling/BrockLesnar, Wrestling/MarkHenry since his 2011 FaceHeelTurn, and even Wrestling/BethPhoenix.



* Wrestling/KevinSteen was already a pretty dark character in his "wrestling's worst nightmare" persona, but then he came to NXT under the name Kevin Owens. He has since established himself as the [[TheSociopath darkest]], [[AxCrazy cruelest]], [[ManipulativeBastard most heartless]] heel in NXT's young history- injuring anyone who he doesn't like, damn near killing his former best friend Wrestling/SamiZayn, and generally asserting himself as someone who does not give a damn about who or what he breaks on his way to the top.
** Case in point, he vowed to beat Wrestling/JohnCena at ''Elimination Chamber 2015'' and he kept his promise, not only throwing everything he got, but also got a '''CLEAN''' win over Cena, which very few in the WWE have managed to do.

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* Wrestling/KevinSteen was already a pretty dark character in his "wrestling's worst nightmare" persona, but then he came to NXT under the name Kevin Owens. He has since established himself as the [[TheSociopath darkest]], [[AxCrazy cruelest]], [[ManipulativeBastard most heartless]] heel in NXT's young history- injuring anyone who he doesn't like, damn near killing his former best friend Wrestling/SamiZayn, and generally asserting himself as someone who does not give a damn about who or what he breaks on his way to the top.
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top. Case in point, he vowed to beat Wrestling/JohnCena at ''Elimination Chamber 2015'' and he kept his promise, not only throwing everything he got, but also got a '''CLEAN''' win over Cena, which very few in the WWE have managed to do.
21st Jul '16 7:41:42 AM Morgenthaler
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A Knight of Cerebus is very likely to be DangerouslyGenreSavvy, an [[ProfessionalKiller assassin]] [[LaserGuidedTykebomb trained for killing]], or even a blatant HeroKiller who posed actual threat, but also runs the risk of becoming a VillainSue. Arguably a subtrope of ThresholdGuardians. See also DeadSerious, NotSoHarmlessVillain. The show may ShooOutTheClowns first. Often, this results in a case of VileVillainSaccharineShow. When this kicks off CerebusSyndrome, his or her arrival is a GutPunch. Sometimes, this type of character, if bad enough, can be a CompleteMonster if they have no redeeming traits and do terrible things by the standards of history in an initially more lighthearted series.

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A Knight of Cerebus is very likely to be DangerouslyGenreSavvy, an [[ProfessionalKiller assassin]] [[LaserGuidedTykebomb trained for killing]], or even a blatant HeroKiller who posed actual threat, but also runs the risk of becoming a VillainSue. Arguably a subtrope of ThresholdGuardians. See also DeadSerious, NotSoHarmlessVillain. The show may ShooOutTheClowns first. Often, this results in a case of VileVillainSaccharineShow. When this kicks off CerebusSyndrome, his or her arrival is a GutPunch. Sometimes, this type of character, if bad enough, can be a CompleteMonster if they have no redeeming traits and do terrible things by the standards of history in an initially more lighthearted series.
18th Jul '16 2:22:09 AM zequeins
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*** What makes it worse? The above [[KnightOfCerebus Knights of Cerebus]] are [[HorrifyingTheHorror SCARED]] of the Tyranids. Because they have the power to completely block out The Warp.

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*** What makes it worse? The above [[KnightOfCerebus Knights of Cerebus]] are [[HorrifyingTheHorror SCARED]] of the Tyranids. Because they have the power to completely block out The Warp. And the Tyranids are implied to be ''running away'' from something [[AlwaysABiggerFish EVEN WORSE.]]
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