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11th Jan '17 11:40:40 PM PaulA
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* Dale Arden, from ''Film/FlashGordon''.

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* Dale Arden, from ''Film/FlashGordon''.''Film/{{Flash Gordon|1980}}''.
5th Dec '16 7:00:55 PM Discar
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* ''Literature/TheStormlightArchive'': The ten orders of the Knights Radiant were charged with protecting humanity from the [[OurDemonsAreDifferent Voidbringers]]. By the modern era, the common assumption is that all the Knights were frontline fighters, but the truth is that many of the Orders were scholars or healers. However, no matter the Order, every Knight had a [[SoulCuttingBlade Shardblade]] and [[PoweredArmor Shardplate]], making them extremely dangerous when they did choose to fight.
29th Nov '16 1:45:53 PM MacedonianKing
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* [[SternTeacher Kuzuki Souichirou]] from ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''. He's the protagonist's homeroom teacher who dictates history and ethics classes. [[spoiler: Also a highly skilled assassin]].

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* [[SternTeacher Kuzuki Souichirou]] from ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''. He's the protagonist's homeroom teacher who dictates history and ethics classes. [[spoiler: Also He is also a highly skilled retired assassin]].
27th Nov '16 7:40:50 PM PaulA
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* The science-fiction version of Maturin is Adele Mundy in the Creator/DavidDrake RCN series. She'll always be clumsy on a starship, she's uncomfortable dealing with people rather than computers or books and she'd much prefer collating information to anything, but she's ''extremely'' protective of her TrueCompanions and a remarkably good shot with a pistol.

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* The science-fiction version of Maturin is Adele Mundy in the Creator/DavidDrake RCN ''Literature/{{RCN}}'' series. She'll always be clumsy on a starship, she's uncomfortable dealing with people rather than computers or books and she'd much prefer collating information to anything, but she's ''extremely'' protective of her TrueCompanions and a remarkably good shot with a pistol.
22nd Nov '16 6:41:27 PM PaulA
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-->-- ''[[Literature/ChildeCycle Tactics of Mistake]]'' by Creator/GordonRDickson

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-->-- ''[[Literature/ChildeCycle Tactics of Mistake]]'' ''Literature/TacticsOfMistake'' by Creator/GordonRDickson
21st Nov '16 6:43:00 PM PaulA
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-->-- '''Gordon Dickson'''

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-->-- '''Gordon Dickson'''
''[[Literature/ChildeCycle Tactics of Mistake]]'' by Creator/GordonRDickson
15th Nov '16 2:20:07 PM mkmlp
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* Tej, in Film/TheFastAndFurious movies is the SmartGuy for Dom's team, noticeably smaller than the other men, and never attempts to fight any of the villains directly (though he does participate in car chases). Never the less, when a security guard corners him in the seventh film, Tej casually '''annihilates''' the guy in a matter of seconds with a series of blows so fast, the guard is unconscious before he hits the ground.

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* Tej, in Film/TheFastAndFurious Film/TheFastAndTheFurious movies is the SmartGuy for Dom's team, noticeably smaller than the other men, and never attempts to fight any of the villains directly (though he does participate in car chases). Never the less, when a security guard corners him in the seventh film, Tej casually '''annihilates''' the guy in a matter of seconds with a series of blows so fast, the guard is unconscious before he hits the ground.
15th Nov '16 2:19:17 PM mkmlp
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* Tej, in Film/TheFastAndFurious movies is the SmartGuy for Dom's team, noticeably smaller than the other men, and never attempts to fight any of the villains directly (though he does participate in car chases). Never the less, when a security guard corners him in the seventh film, Tej casually '''annihilates''' the guy in a matter of seconds with a series of blows so fast, the guard is unconscious before he hits the ground.
5th Nov '16 8:53:11 PM merotoker
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* Comicbook/{{Loki}} is often considered a GlassCannon or SquishyWizard by Asgardian standards (though he has SuperStrength and amazing endurance in comparison to mortals). However, he has physically (or mostly physically) outfought several opponents, most recently the Dsir during the Siege event.
** He also changes weapons more than most ''Thor'' characters, his main ones being a whip, sword, or halberd.

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* Comicbook/{{Loki}} is often considered a GlassCannon or SquishyWizard by Asgardian standards (though he has SuperStrength and amazing endurance in comparison to mortals). However, he has physically (or mostly physically) outfought several opponents, most recently the Dsir during the Siege event.
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ComicBook/{{Siege}} event. He also changes weapons more than most ''Thor'' characters, his main ones being a whip, sword, or halberd.



* On the surface, Simon Campos of ''[[Series/FlashForward2009 Flash Forward]]'' is a brilliant particle physicist (not to mention short and wimpy-looking, which has been pointed in-show). However, you ''do not'' want to bully, threaten, or hurt him, or he will go psycho and kill you without hesitation. Preferably with his bare hands.

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* On the surface, Simon Campos of ''[[Series/FlashForward2009 Flash Forward]]'' ''Series/{{Flash Forward|2009}}'' is a brilliant particle physicist (not to mention short and wimpy-looking, which has been pointed in-show). However, you ''do not'' want to bully, threaten, or hurt him, or he will go psycho and kill you without hesitation. Preferably with his bare hands.



** She spent an entire episode fighting with Adam and decisively kicked his ass despite his ability to [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleport]].

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** She spent an entire episode fighting with Adam and decisively kicked his ass despite his ability to [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleport]].{{teleport|ation}}.



*** Soundwave reappeared in season 2 of WesternAnimation/TransformersRobotsInDisguise as a VillainOfTheWeek who was also TheDreaded. Compared to the usual stuff the show throws at us, his introduction was downright terrifying! (He comes out of a special portal to the Shadowzone, knocks out Bumblebee, Strongarm, and Grimlock in 30 seconds, tosses Bumblebee through the portal, and would have done the same to the others if it hadn't timed out. Then he chases Fixit, Denny, and Russel with his CombatTentacles. The [[{{Leitmotif}} techno-sounding music]] didn't help matters any.

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*** Soundwave reappeared in season 2 of WesternAnimation/TransformersRobotsInDisguise ''WesternAnimation/TransformersRobotsInDisguise'' as a VillainOfTheWeek who was also TheDreaded. Compared to the usual stuff the show throws at us, his introduction was downright terrifying! (He comes out of a special portal to the Shadowzone, knocks out Bumblebee, Strongarm, and Grimlock in 30 seconds, tosses Bumblebee through the portal, and would have done the same to the others if it hadn't timed out. Then he chases Fixit, Denny, and Russel with his CombatTentacles. The [[{{Leitmotif}} techno-sounding music]] didn't help matters any.
4th Nov '16 7:33:50 PM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:210:Do tell.]]
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* Yuki Nagato from ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' is a perfect example of this. She appears to be nothing more than a rail-thin bookworm who rarely moves or says a word, but is capable of distorting reality, moving at impossible (for a human) speeds, and surviving otherwise fatal wounds without even wincing. When the fight's done, she just sits back down and continues reading silently.

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* Yuki Nagato from ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' is a perfect example of this. She appears to be nothing more than a rail-thin waifish bookworm who rarely moves or says a word, but is capable of distorting reality, moving at impossible (for a human) speeds, and surviving otherwise fatal wounds without even wincing. When the fight's done, she just sits back down and continues reading silently.


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