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9th Sep '17 8:54:32 PM sgamer82
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* Raid and Nike in ''Anime/MahoujinGuruGuru'' insist on this in episode 44. Raid because he thinks beating Nike will win Kukuri to his side. Nike because Raid did it.

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* Raid and Nike in ''Anime/MahoujinGuruGuru'' ''Manga/MagicalCircleGuruGuru'' insist on this in episode 44. Raid because he thinks beating Nike will win Kukuri to his side. Nike because Raid did it.
28th Jul '17 5:38:24 PM ANTMuddle
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Saying this is forbidden by rule [[EvilOverlordListCellblockA 117]] on the EvilOverlordList, and performing the action commonly associated with it is prohibited by rule 39. Villains who wish their EvilPlan to succeed are well advised to follow both rules (until and unless they have a clear path and there are too few RedShirts left to complicate the attack).

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Saying this is forbidden by rule [[EvilOverlordListCellblockA 117]] on the EvilOverlordList, and performing the action commonly associated with it is prohibited by rule 39. Villains who wish their EvilPlan to succeed are well advised to follow both rules (until and until ''and'' unless they have a clear path and there are too few RedShirts left remain to complicate the attack).
mount a counter.
20th Jul '17 2:48:15 PM Ccook1956
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* ''Series/{{MSH}}'': "Tell It To The Marines" has Charles in command while Potter is away, and he's using Klinger to do menial tasks for him. When Potter returns and sees Klinger in his predicament and then Charles (listening to his opera records) bellows out a command to him, Potter tells Klinger to "sit this one out...''I'll'' handle Brunhilde!"

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* ''Series/{{MSH}}'': ''Series/{{MASH}}'': "Tell It To The Marines" has Charles in command while Potter is away, and he's using Klinger to do menial tasks for him. When Potter returns and sees Klinger in his predicament and then Charles (listening to his opera records) bellows out a command to him, Potter tells Klinger to "sit this one out...''I'll'' handle Brunhilde!"
20th Jul '17 2:47:29 PM Ccook1956
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* ''Series/{{MSH}}'': "Tell It To The Marines" has Charles in command while Potter is away, and he's using Klinger to do menial tasks for him. When Potter returns and sees Klinger in his predicament and then Charles (listening to his opera records) bellows out a command to him, Potter tells Klinger to "sit this one out...''I'll'' handle Brunhilde!"
9th Jul '17 8:59:46 AM Grudgeal
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* Arp Arslan, second Seljuk sultan, used this trope when [[ISurrenderSuckers a man tried to stab him to death during a surrender]] and ordered his bodyguards not to interfere. Arp Arslan lived just long enough to proclaim to his successor that this trope is a ''really stupid idea''.
21st May '17 2:28:43 PM ANTMuddle
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Saying this is forbidden by rule [[EvilOverlordListCellblockA 117]] on the EvilOverlordList, and performing the action commonly associated with it is prohibited by rule 39. Villains who wish their EvilPlan to succeed are well advised to follow both rules.

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Saying this is forbidden by rule [[EvilOverlordListCellblockA 117]] on the EvilOverlordList, and performing the action commonly associated with it is prohibited by rule 39. Villains who wish their EvilPlan to succeed are well advised to follow both rules.
rules (until and unless they have a clear path and there are too few RedShirts left to complicate the attack).
7th May '17 7:07:17 PM PlasmaTalon
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* During the JLAAvengers crossover the Joker teamed up with Red Skull, and after discovering he was an actual Nazi, told his minions to back off so he could take him down himself. Declaring that [[EverybodyHasStandards while he's a criminal psychopath he's an ''American'' one]].



* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'': Wulfrik the Wanderer once made the imprudent boast of being able to best anyone and anything in single combat. The Chaos gods took him up on it, and now he wanders the world killing powerful champions (he used to resent it, but now that he gets to spend eternity in a flying teleporting ship hunting down WorthyOpponents, he's as happy as can be). His special rule prevents him from declining a challenge, and those he challenges cannot back down ieither (he does this by hurling the crudest insults he can think of in the target's language, which enrages them to the point where they can only think of killing him).

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* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'': Wulfrik the Wanderer once made the imprudent boast of being able to best anyone and anything in single combat. The Chaos gods took him up on it, and now he wanders the world killing powerful champions (he used to resent it, but now that he gets to spend eternity in a flying teleporting ship hunting down WorthyOpponents, he's as happy as can be). His special rule prevents him from declining a challenge, and those he challenges cannot back down ieither either (he does this by hurling the crudest insults he can think of in the target's language, which enrages them to the point where they can only think of killing him).him).
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16th Apr '17 2:55:27 PM nombretomado
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* In William King's ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' novel ''SpaceWolf'', when Strybjorn has Ragnar down and another Grimskull goes to kill him, Strybjorn bellows, "No, leave him! He is ''mine''!" And then he does strike a mortal blow.

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* In William King's ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' novel ''SpaceWolf'', ''Literature/SpaceWolf'', when Strybjorn has Ragnar down and another Grimskull goes to kill him, Strybjorn bellows, "No, leave him! He is ''mine''!" And then he does strike a mortal blow.
12th Apr '17 10:48:22 PM Chabal2
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* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'': Wulfrik the Wanderer once made the imprudent boast of being able to best anyone and anything in single combat. The Chaos gods took him up on it, and now he wanders the world killing powerful champions (he used to resent it, but now that he gets to spend eternity in a flying teleporting ship hunting down WorthyOpponents, he's as happy as can be). His special rule prevents him from declining a challenge, and those he challenges cannot back down ieither (he does this by hurling the crudest insults he can think of in the target's language, which enrages them to the point where they can only think of killing him).
8th Feb '17 3:38:27 PM LentilSandEater
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* Subverted/averted in ''Webcomic/{{Erfworld}}''. [[spoiler:Prince Sammy, on Charlie's orders, cuts through the lines of Gobwin Knob forces in an attempt to kill Ansom. After sighting Ansom, Sammy challenges him to one on one, man to man combat. Ansom simply responds by ordering his spearmen to skewer Sammy multiple times, then cuts off Sammy's head.]]

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* Subverted/averted DefiedTrope in ''Webcomic/{{Erfworld}}''. [[spoiler:Prince Sammy, on Charlie's orders, cuts through the lines of Gobwin Knob forces in an attempt to kill Ansom. After sighting Ansom, Sammy challenges him to one on one, man to man combat. Ansom simply responds by ordering his spearmen to skewer Sammy multiple times, then cuts off Sammy's head.]]
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