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3rd May '16 4:18:36 PM Willbyr
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** Jeremiah Gottwald, upon hearing where Zero is during the battle of Narita, charges off to fight him, resulting in him being defeated and almost killed by Kallen's Radiant Wave Surger. In the NightmareOfNunnally version of the battle, Alice goes after Zero, hoping to defeat him and be rewarded with a military or knight rank so that she can protect Nunnally.

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** Jeremiah Gottwald, upon hearing where Zero is during the battle of Narita, charges off to fight him, resulting in him being defeated and almost killed by Kallen's Radiant Wave Surger. In the NightmareOfNunnally ''[[Manga/CodeGeassNightmareOfNunnally Nightmare of Nunnally]]'' version of the battle, Alice goes after Zero, hoping to defeat him and be rewarded with a military or knight rank so that she can protect Nunnally.
30th Apr '16 11:34:50 AM lavendermintrose
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* Misaki Yata from ''Anime/{{K}}'', on several occasions.
** Episode 2: Kusanagi tells him to avoid the [[RedBaron Black Dog]], because Misaki's no match for him. What does Misaki do?... yeah.
** Episode 4: When they find out that the guy they're chasing is on the school island, Kusanagi remarks that it'll be difficult to get into there, and they'll have to "play it safe". At that point, Misaki's practically out the door already. Fushimi remarks in the next episode that he knows Misaki must have done this, because Kusanagi isn't stupid enough to send in just him and Rikio.
** Then in the movie, Kuroh and Neko are surveying the tower where Anna is being held. Kuroh observes the guards in and around, and says "Only a fool would try to break in through the front." Cue Misaki.
23rd Apr '16 6:33:06 AM HasturHasturHastur
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** In a villainous example, Kaido's underling Jack has a well-established reputation for extreme and frankly suicidal impulsivity that never seems to net him anything good. His fondness for blind headlong charges and a complete refusal to back down even when he has literally no chance of winning has cost him, in chronological order, five days of valuable time and a very rare weapon (because he picked a fight that turned into a hopeless stalemate that ended solely because of said weapon), a good deal of his fleet and his physical wellbeing (because he got the shit beaten out of him by people who probably could have given his boss problems), and what little of his fleet remained after the last defeat plus his freedom.
18th Apr '16 5:14:28 AM Tron80
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* ''Fanfic/ChildrenOfAnElderGod'': During her first deployment, Asuka lost her temper and ripped an EldritchAbomination apart. Later on, Gendo criticized her actions, stating that fighting like an enraged berserker would get them all killed.
11th Apr '16 1:31:53 PM Hopperski
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* And a more extreme example of the same mistake was the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Cr%C3%A9cy Battle of Crécy]], at which, according to some accounts, the French knights actually ''rode over their own archers'', such was their eagerness to get to grips with the English. [[KarmicDeath Who shot them down by the hundred.]] Made worse when the French commander ordered his crossbowmen forward, without their pavises (big, thick shields) that they would normally crouch behind in safety while loading their crossbows. The French commander was eager to start immediately heedless of a plan. The crossbowmen got cut down like grass to a lawnmower and started to retreat, enraging the commanders -- who ordered the knights to charge over them, and they got bogged down in all the bodies, letting the English cut them down as well.

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* And a more extreme example of the same mistake was the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Cr%C3%A9cy org/wiki/Battle_of_Crécy Battle of Crécy]], at which, according to some accounts, the French knights actually ''rode over their own archers'', such was their eagerness to get to grips with the English. [[KarmicDeath Who shot them down by the hundred.]] Made worse when the French commander ordered his crossbowmen forward, without their pavises (big, thick shields) that they would normally crouch behind in safety while loading their crossbows. The French commander was eager to start immediately heedless of a plan. The crossbowmen got cut down like grass to a lawnmower and started to retreat, enraging the commanders -- who ordered the knights to charge over them, and they got bogged down in all the bodies, letting the English cut them down as well.
9th Apr '16 11:47:37 AM Tron80
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* ''Anime/PanzerWorldGalient'': [[TheHero Jordy]] is too HotBlooded, rash and loud for his own good, he's unable to be stealthy, and he feels more comfortable charging the enemy head-on than infiltrating an enemy base.
8th Apr '16 10:54:51 PM PixelKnight
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!!All right, times up! Let's post examples! '''[[LeeroyJenkins LEEROOOOOYYY!! JEEEENKIIINS!!]]'''

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!!All right, times time's up! Let's post examples! '''[[LeeroyJenkins LEEROOOOOYYY!! JEEEENKIIINS!!]]'''
8th Apr '16 10:54:14 PM PixelKnight
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!!All right, chums, I'm back! Let's post the trope examples! '''[[LeeroyJenkins LEEROOOOOYYY!! JEEEENKIIINS!!]]'''

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!!All right, chums, I'm back! times up! Let's post the trope examples! '''[[LeeroyJenkins LEEROOOOOYYY!! JEEEENKIIINS!!]]'''
4th Apr '16 6:51:27 AM Tron80
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\n* In ''Fanfic/ThousandShinji'', Asuka charged [[EldritchAbomination Israfel]] unthinkingly and hastily, and the monster beat her in humilliating fashion. After that battle and a little mentoring from Shinji, she became more prudent and cautious before engaging the enemy.
29th Mar '16 8:47:35 AM Morgenthaler
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* The ''YearOne'' DVD includes a bonus feature where the cast plays out the Leeroy Jenkins skit, complete with some of the dialogue from the original machima.
* In ''[[Film/TheBourneSeries The Bourne Ultimatum]]'', [[spoiler:reporter Simon Ross deviates from instructions from Bourne on eluding the agents out to get him, and rushes out into the open where a sniper offs him with ease.]]

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* The ''YearOne'' ''Film/YearOne'' DVD includes a bonus feature where the cast plays out the Leeroy Jenkins skit, complete with some of the dialogue from the original machima.
* In ''[[Film/TheBourneSeries The Bourne Ultimatum]]'', ''Film/TheBourneUltimatum'', [[spoiler:reporter Simon Ross deviates from instructions from Bourne on eluding the agents out to get him, and rushes out into the open where a sniper offs him with ease.]]
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