History Main / LeeroyJenkins

14th Feb '18 4:19:51 AM TroperBeDoper
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** This trait proved the undoing of Primarch Ferrus Manus during the beginning of the Literature/HorusHeresy. So pissed off by the betrayal of his brothers (Especially Fulgrim), he charged in fast and blind. Leaving a huge number of his legion and other loyal Primarch's behind in his angered haste. The only thing it got him was [[OffWithHisHead a swift decapitation]] by Fulgrim, and the unenviable honor of being the first Primarch slain during the war.
13th Feb '18 1:55:43 PM nm3youtube
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** In ''VideoGame/Persona5'', Makoto, shortly before joining the party, is [[MomentOfWeakness so fed up with her feelings of powerlessness and desperate to prove herself useful]] that she charges into Kaneshiro's club with absolutely no regards to the consequences, forcing the Phantom Thieves to follow her, causing them to be stuck with a three million yen blackmail. She quickly realises how stupid she was being, and the Thieves call her out for this lapse in judgement. Fortunately, this mistake indirectly makes her genuinely useful, as it grants the Thieves access to Kaneshiro's Palace and leads to her joining them.
4th Feb '18 4:47:13 PM Sanokal
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** Ryan has a literal example in Chapter 4 of ''Let's Play Spartan Ops Episode 1''; yelling this as he runs head on at a Promethean Knight in order to [[StupidEvil steal Jack's chances of getting an achievement]]. Given that they're playing on Legendary, the Knight promptly bisects him.
24th Jan '18 7:54:17 PM ryanasaurus0077
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* In ''Film/DangerDiabolik'', Valmont attempts to kill Diabolik without waiting for Ginko to give him the go-ahead and gets gunned down with 11 bullets fired from Diabolik's machine gun for the effort. Lampshaded by Ginko as he yells at Valmont for jumping in too quickly.
-->'''Ginko''': Valmont, don't play the hero!
23rd Jan '18 8:21:17 AM Deathhacker
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** The Flesh Tearers are a particularly tragic successor of the Blood Angels, where they're griped by the Red Thirst and Black Rage harder than their progenitors. This has the unfortunate side effect of them succombing to the rage faster than they can recruit new marines; even with their aggressive recruitment tactics it's suspected that Gabriel Seth, the current Chapter Master of the Flesh Tearers, will be their last. Because of this, most imperial forces hesitate to ask for their help, as whether intentional or not the Flesh Tearers can't really abide by any battle tactic other than "charge forward and bash faces". Seth himself has embraced this, reasoning that if they are to die out, they can at least take the Imperium's enemies with them.
16th Jan '18 10:23:56 AM nm3youtube
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* If one were to press the triangle button in battle, while playing ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}/FES'' or ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''; or start button for ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'', one would see a perfect example of a Leeroy Jenkins. Unless you have been LevelGrinding nonstop, or are on your New Game+ . Even more so if you waited for The Reaper to appear and initiate a CurbStompBattle.

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* If one were to press the triangle button in battle, while playing ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}/FES'' or ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''; or start the [[UsefulNotes/PlayStation3 start]]/[[UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 options]] button for ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'', one would see a perfect example of a Leeroy Jenkins. Unless you have been LevelGrinding nonstop, or are on your New Game+ . Even more so if you waited for The Reaper to appear and initiate a CurbStompBattle.
14th Jan '18 12:55:07 AM Piterpicher
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* Interestingly, this trope appeared in its modern form years before popularization via the internet. An episode of ''{{Matlock}}'' features Matlock's sidekick conducting a screaming charge (ultimately into a couch) with "TYYYYLER HUUUUUUUDSOOOOON!"

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* Interestingly, this trope appeared in its modern form years before popularization via the internet. An episode of ''{{Matlock}}'' ''Series/{{Matlock}}'' features Matlock's sidekick conducting a screaming charge (ultimately into a couch) with "TYYYYLER HUUUUUUUDSOOOOON!"
10th Jan '18 7:05:59 PM 64SuperNintendo
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9th Jan '18 4:55:36 AM StFan
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* ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick''

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* ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}''

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* Yet another Shout-Out, from ''[[ComicBook/GoldDigger Northern Edge]]'': '''[[Lyo "LEROYETTA NNNJINKINS!"]]'''

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* Yet another Shout-Out, from ''[[ComicBook/GoldDigger Northern Edge]]'': '''[[Lyo "LEROYETTA NNNJINKINS!"]]''''''"LEROYETTA NNNJINKINS!"'''



* The Suit Blacksmith of ''Webcomic/{{Godslave}}'' looks like a classic example - he complains loudly that his mission is just about watching and the moment he can, he jumps out of his car to confront Edith. The consensus both in and out of universe is that he's about to find himself on the wrong end of MuggingTheMonster.

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* The Suit Blacksmith of ''Webcomic/{{Godslave}}'' looks like a classic example - -- he complains loudly that his mission is just about watching and the moment he can, he jumps out of his car to confront Edith. The consensus both in and out of universe is that he's about to find himself on the wrong end of MuggingTheMonster.
8th Jan '18 12:05:02 PM dmcreif
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* In ''Series/TheWire'', an ambush on the Stanfields was going to include a drive-by, and to try to counter the loss of accuracy that is typical with drive-bys, the guys in the car were only going to attack once a pair of hitmen had struck the Stanfield gang and had them distracted. The guys in the car, however, were far too eager for glory and decided to attack without waiting for the signal and to disregard all the tactics they had been told to use, including keeping their driver out of the line of fire. Unbeknownst to them, a lookout for the Stanfield gang spotted them before they even tried to pull it off, so the gang was armed and ready when their car went by, and only one of would-be shooters escaped alive with the targets barely scratched.

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* In ''Series/TheWire'', ''Series/TheWire'': some Barksdale soldiers headed by Cutty and Slim Charles plan an ambush on the Stanfields was going to include a drive-by, and to corner that Marlo Stanfield's dealers hold. To try to counter the loss of accuracy that is typical with drive-bys, the guys in the car were only going - Country, Chipper and Bernard - are to attack once a pair of hitmen had struck Cutty and Slim Charles strike first and have the Stanfield gang and had them dealers distracted. The guys in the car, however, were are far too eager for glory and decided decide to attack without waiting for the signal and to disregard all the tactics they had been told to use, including keeping their driver out of the line of fire. Unbeknownst to them, a lookout for the Stanfield gang spotted Not only that, but one of Marlo's lookouts spots them before they even tried try to pull it off, so the gang was dealers are already armed and ready when their car went by, and only one of would-be shooters escaped by. Only Bernard escapes the car alive with the targets barely scratched.scratched, while Country and Chipper are killed. Cutty and Slim Charles, meanwhile, quietly slip away in the chaos.
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