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21st Apr '16 6:43:28 PM cybertoy0
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* During the Buster Call on Enies Lobby in ''Manga/OnePiece'', a horde of Captain-ranked Marines attack the Straw Hat pirates. Since AuthorityEqualsAsskicking, each one has their own super powers, ranging from being a giant with an axe to the ability to rust metal with a touch. All are dispatched quickly despite the diversity of power.

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* in ''Manga/OnePiece'';
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During the Buster Call on Enies Lobby in ''Manga/OnePiece'', Lobby a horde of Captain-ranked Marines attack the Straw Hat pirates. Since AuthorityEqualsAsskicking, each one has their own super powers, ranging from being a giant with an axe to the ability to rust metal with a touch. All are dispatched quickly despite the diversity of power.power.
** After the TimeSkip, we learn that Kaido, one of the Four Emperors is building an army empowered with the fake Devil Fruits Caesar Clown produces; It's already at the ''500'' mark. [[spoiler: From what we've seen on the flashback on Zou, these fake Fruits are technically Zoan-types, but turn the ''hands'' into ''animal heads!'']]
15th Apr '16 9:32:42 AM ImaginaryMetroid
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* In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', the Space Pirates that copied your beam weapon technology could be considered this. Especially since, even though they had weapons basically equivalent to yours, but eliminating the slow rate of fire you had for most of them.

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* In ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'', the Space Pirates that copied your beam weapon technology could be considered this. Especially since, even though they had weapons basically equivalent to yours, but eliminating they lack the slow rate of fire you had for most of them.
15th Apr '16 9:27:59 AM ImaginaryMetroid
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* The Metal Coolers in ''Manga/DragonBall Z'' : The Return of Cooler. Unusually for this trope, a single Metal Cooler is much stronger than any of the protagonists, dealing out curb stomp battles to a Super Namek and two Super Saiyans. In fact, depending on when this movie is supposed to be set, a single Metal Cooler is on par with the first or third forms of [[BigBad Cell.]]

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* The Metal Coolers in ''Manga/DragonBall Z'' : The Return of Cooler. Unusually for this trope, a single Metal Cooler is much stronger than any of the protagonists, dealing out curb stomp battles to a Super Namek and two Super Saiyans. In fact, depending on when this movie is supposed to be set, a single Metal Cooler is on par with the first or third second forms of [[BigBad Cell.]]
4th Jan '16 4:26:07 AM jormis29
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* The Nazi Scribes in ''VideoGame/{{Wolfenstein}}'' fulfill this role, using a variety of Veil powers similar to those of the players, such as bulletproof shields and super-speed.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Wolfenstein 2009}}''
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The Nazi Scribes in ''VideoGame/{{Wolfenstein}}'' fulfill this role, using a variety of Veil powers similar to those of the players, such as bulletproof shields and super-speed.
28th Nov '15 2:11:47 PM nombretomado
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* The unit of engineered psychic soldiers encountered close to the end of ''SecondSight''. They can use almost every single power that the protagonist has earned over the course of the game- [[spoiler: largely because the stem cells used in their creation were extracted from both the Zener Children and the aformentioned protagonist, John Vattic.]] Interestingly enough, after you kill every last one of them, the BigBad reveals that [[spoiler: not only were the soldiers just one unit of several hundred spread across the United States, but the reason Vattic met them in the first place was to measure the strength of his powers, to justify using more of his cells in the next generation.]]

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* The unit of engineered psychic soldiers encountered close to the end of ''SecondSight''.''VideoGame/SecondSight''. They can use almost every single power that the protagonist has earned over the course of the game- [[spoiler: largely because the stem cells used in their creation were extracted from both the Zener Children and the aformentioned protagonist, John Vattic.]] Interestingly enough, after you kill every last one of them, the BigBad reveals that [[spoiler: not only were the soldiers just one unit of several hundred spread across the United States, but the reason Vattic met them in the first place was to measure the strength of his powers, to justify using more of his cells in the next generation.]]
13th Nov '15 9:43:52 PM Prfnoff
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* You can find almost the exact same pattern in MarkOfTheNinja, minus the Parkour references. You spend most of the game fighting regular soldier-type rank and file guards and, occasionally, more badass [[EliteMook elite guards]], and then you face the result of [[BigBad]]'s master plan, which is evil elite high-tech ninjas who have more or less the same aptitudes as yourself.

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* You can find almost the exact same pattern in MarkOfTheNinja, ''VideoGame/MarkOfTheNinja'', minus the Parkour references. You spend most of the game fighting regular soldier-type rank and file guards and, occasionally, more badass [[EliteMook elite guards]], and then you face the result of [[BigBad]]'s master plan, which is evil elite high-tech ninjas who have more or less the same aptitudes as yourself.
11th Oct '15 2:02:27 PM StFan
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* The {{OMAC}} Project in the DCUniverse.

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* The {{OMAC}} ComicBook/{{OMAC}} Project in the DCUniverse.
10th Oct '15 4:50:35 PM nombretomado
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* The Prime Sentinels during Operation: Zero Tolerance in ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}''.
* The terrorist organizations at MarvelUniverse sometimes do this to their men. Pym particle and Hulk-powered HYDRA mooks were part of Viper's latest world domination plot, alongside NormanOsborn. But they don't get to do much aside from thrashing jeeps and helicopters belonging to an US diplomatic mission sent to negotiate the release of Captain America, who had been taken hostage.

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* The Prime Sentinels during Operation: Zero Tolerance in ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}''.
''ComicBook/XMen''.
* The terrorist organizations at MarvelUniverse sometimes do this to their men. Pym particle and Hulk-powered HYDRA mooks were part of Viper's latest world domination plot, alongside NormanOsborn.ComicBook/NormanOsborn. But they don't get to do much aside from thrashing jeeps and helicopters belonging to an US diplomatic mission sent to negotiate the release of Captain America, who had been taken hostage.
23rd Sep '15 8:43:35 PM nombretomado
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* Yet another DC event CrossOver is ''ComicBook/OurWorldsAtWar'' which has a {{Galactus}} {{Expy}} sending hundreds of mechanical probes to fight the heroes.

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* Yet another DC event CrossOver is ''ComicBook/OurWorldsAtWar'' which has a {{Galactus}} ComicBook/{{Galactus}} {{Expy}} sending hundreds of mechanical probes to fight the heroes.
22nd Sep '15 8:12:17 PM Wade2012
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* The upcoming game ''VideoGame/QuantumBreak'' features enemies who can continue to move around while time is frozen and use several time-based powers of their own, such as moving at incredible speeds.
* Certain members of the Brotherhood in ''VideoGame/TheDarkness'' II can warp around the battlefield with Darkness-enhanced speed. This appears to be the only Darkness power that the Brotherhood have mastered, besides the Darkness armor that each Brotherhood member wears to protect them from executions.
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