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30th May '16 9:25:50 AM Deathhacker
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** Blood Dragons eschew the usual Vampire cunning, sorcery and guile that the other bloodlines often rely on and instead go for pure martial prowess. This is so that they may slay a Dragon and drink it's blood (hence the name) to forever quench their thirst for blood. This, combined with their natural Vampire enhancements and literally hundreds of years of training, turned them into the ultimate undead warriors, matched by only the Champions of Chaos. In battle they would either command their own vampire armies or ride into battle as literal Blood Knight squadrons.
30th May '16 9:21:36 AM Deathhacker
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** '''The Orkz''': Orkz are an entire race of Supersoldiers [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke created by]] {{Precursors}}, designed for the sole purpose of fighting. Whatever the Orks may lack in tactics and technology they make up for with MoreDakka, more choppa, More Dakka, a total lack of fear, More Dakka, the ability to quickly infest worlds via their fungal lifecycle, and More Dakka.

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** '''The Orkz''': Orkz are an entire race of Supersoldiers [[GeneticEngineeringIsTheNewNuke created by]] {{Precursors}}, designed for the sole purpose of fighting. They take this trope to the logical extreme, where their fungus-based life cycle creates all the secondary and even tertiary logistics any army would need (including forming lifestock that fart their equivalent of gasoline!). Their Mekboys are also genetically encoded to be able to create machines from birth and their biology is robust enough to handle literal MeatGrinderSurgery, meaning none of that "training" nonsense regardless of what profession each ork prefers. Whatever the Orks may lack in tactics and technology they make up for with MoreDakka, more choppa, More Dakka, a total lack of fear, More Dakka, the ability to quickly infest worlds via else is sorted out by their fungal lifecycle, and More Dakka.gestalt psychic field, literally filling in the blanks of where any of the above would conceivably lack. All this combined results in a massive mob of drunken football hooligans going on a galaxy-spanning pub crawl. ''And winning''.
26th May '16 3:44:39 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'' has the Battleroids, [[WeCanRebuildHim dead soldiers reanimated with cheap cybernetics]]. They were first used in a dispute between two small asteroid governments, in which battleroids from both sides got inside their opposing asteroids and killed pretty much everyone, after which their use was banned and they were [[SealedEvilInACan put in stasis for safekeeping]]. 10 "military Mjolnir Mark IV cyborgs" were smuggled on board the Marathon, but only 9 were killed when the Tau Ceti colony was [[EarthShatteringKaboom blown up]]. It is all but confirmed that ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'s'' player character the 10th, which would explain his OneManArmy capabilities.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'' has the Battleroids, [[WeCanRebuildHim dead soldiers reanimated with cheap cybernetics]]. They were first used in a dispute between two small asteroid governments, in which battleroids from both sides got inside their opposing asteroids and killed pretty much everyone, after which their use was banned and they were [[SealedEvilInACan put in stasis for safekeeping]]. 10 "military Mjolnir Mark IV cyborgs" were smuggled on board the Marathon, the'' Marathon'', but only 9 were killed when the Tau Ceti colony was [[EarthShatteringKaboom blown up]]. It is all but confirmed that ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'s'' the player character is the 10th, which would explain his OneManArmy capabilities.
1st May '16 1:15:24 AM thatmadork
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* In ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'', it's stated by WordOfGod that the Hunters are all the descendants of these, who fought in an ancient war with the creators of the monsters. This explains their ability to wield weapons twice as large as themselves and [[MadeOfIron withstand tail whips and bites from gargantuan wyverns and dinosaurs]], previously written off as simple CharlesAtlasSuperpower.
28th Apr '16 10:54:44 AM TVRulezAgain
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* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' has the Jägermonsters, "constructs" with a rather {{Frankenstein}}'s Monster meets Doctor Moreau appearance. Dressed up in the shiniest of Napoleonic uniforms (Prussian style) and really {{Nice Hat}}s. Complete with silly German accent and the habit of being [[BoisterousBruiser loud]] except when sneaking. Fangs, the claws, the super-strength, and the fact that they may well be immortal. They are are also "ideal soldiers" mentally. [[BloodKnight Always ready to fight]], honorable (they even have a proper [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100609 duel code]]) and extremely loyal to their liege and creators, the House of Heterodyne. Also, good sport -- they admire people who manage to beat them and so far we saw them hitting on ladies [[LoveAtFirstPunch only after knocked out by the lady in question]]. Most of them are staunchly loyal to the Heterodynes ([[UndyingLoyalty by choice]], no less) and aren't exactly as monstrous as rumored to be. That doesn't stop normal people from trying to hang them, though.

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* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' has the Jägermonsters, "constructs" with a rather {{Frankenstein}}'s Monster FrankensteinsMonster meets Doctor Moreau appearance. Dressed up in the shiniest of Napoleonic uniforms (Prussian style) and really {{Nice Hat}}s. Complete with silly German accent and the habit of being [[BoisterousBruiser loud]] except when sneaking. Fangs, the claws, the super-strength, and the fact that they may well be immortal. They are are also "ideal soldiers" mentally. [[BloodKnight Always ready to fight]], honorable (they even have a proper [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100609 duel code]]) and extremely loyal to their liege and creators, the House of Heterodyne. Also, good sport -- they admire people who manage to beat them and so far we saw them hitting on ladies [[LoveAtFirstPunch only after knocked out by the lady in question]]. Most of them are staunchly loyal to the Heterodynes ([[UndyingLoyalty by choice]], no less) and aren't exactly as monstrous as rumored to be. That doesn't stop normal people from trying to hang them, though.
19th Apr '16 6:59:30 PM WillBGood
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* ''Webcomic/GenocideMan'' features Genocide Men, who have nanotube ceramics in their bones to make them unbreakable, artificial glands that provide combat stimulants and negate many toxins, and telomere replacement therapy to mitigate the effects of aging. Many of the genetic deviants they were designed to combat were super soldiers as well, the Ugandan deviancy comprised four-year old children with claws, slitted pupils, and ridiculously fast reflexes, they killed everyone else in Jacob Doe's squad, he only survived because he was a G-Man.

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* ''Webcomic/GenocideMan'' features Genocide Men, who have nanotube ceramics in their bones to make them unbreakable, artificial glands that provide combat stimulants and negate many toxins, and telomere replacement therapy to mitigate the effects of aging. Many of the genetic deviants they were designed to combat were super soldiers as well, well: the Ugandan deviancy comprised four-year old children with claws, slitted pupils, and ridiculously fast reflexes, they reflexes. They killed everyone else in Jacob Doe's squad, he who only survived because he was a G-Man.
19th Apr '16 6:41:45 PM WillBGood
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* The made-for-television film ''Film/{{Legion 1998}}'' was about a team of death-row convicts who were offered full pardons if they helped take an enemy installation. They realize something is wrong when they find nothing but a pile of rotting bodies waiting for them. Then they start getting picked off one by one. It turns out their entire mission was really a test of the military's prototype supersoldier the titular "Legion" [[spoiler:who is actually one of the convicts who allowed himself to be a guinea pig to avoid execution]]. The supersoldier was created by integrating [[LegoGenetics lizard DNA into his genetic makeup]] and could shapeshift into his original human form, adapt to environments inimical to humans, and boasted enhanced strength and agility.

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* The made-for-television film ''Film/{{Legion 1998}}'' ''Legion (1998)'' was about a team of death-row convicts who were offered full pardons if they helped take an enemy installation. They realize something is wrong when they find nothing but a pile of rotting bodies waiting for them. Then they start getting picked off one by one. It turns out their entire mission was really a test of the military's prototype supersoldier supersoldier-- the titular "Legion" [[spoiler:who is actually one of the convicts who allowed himself to be a guinea pig to avoid execution]]. The supersoldier was created by integrating [[LegoGenetics lizard DNA into his genetic makeup]] and could shapeshift into his original human form, adapt to environments inimical to humans, and boasted enhanced strength and agility.



** Apart from the Alteriens are enhanced soldiers such as the SABERs and their British counterparts, the Actuals.

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** Apart from the Alteriens are enhanced soldiers such as the SABERs [=SABERs=] and their British counterparts, the Actuals.
19th Apr '16 6:39:11 PM WillBGood
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The downside to this process, is that it left the 701s impaired to physical trauma and wear and tear from overexertion, meaning that it was very possible for the 701s to die from internal bleeding caused by their superhuman performance. Another downside to this process, was that it left the 701s with impaired judgment and morality. Major troubles for the 701s started, when one of their own, went berserk and killed a bunch of police officers in the process. After this incident, the government terminated the project and had most of the 701s killed, with only a handful escaping and surviving out in Hong Kong. The protagonist of the movie, Simon/Michael (In the Chinese dub his name is Tsui) is a 701 attempting to lead a normal life, but is called back into action when his fellow 701s begin taking down gangs all over Hong Kong and begin to cause trouble for the police.

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The downside to this process, is that it left the 701s impaired to physical trauma and wear and tear from overexertion, meaning that it was very possible for the 701s to die from internal bleeding caused by their superhuman performance. Another downside to this process, was that it left the 701s with impaired judgment and morality. Major troubles for the 701s started, started when one of their own, own went berserk and killed a bunch of police officers in the process. After this incident, the government terminated the project and had most of the 701s killed, with only a handful escaping and surviving out in Hong Kong. The protagonist of the movie, Simon/Michael (In the Chinese dub his name is Tsui) is a 701 attempting to lead a normal life, but is called back into action when his fellow 701s begin taking down gangs all over Hong Kong and begin to cause trouble for the police.
19th Apr '16 6:15:58 PM WillBGood
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** The immortal EvilutionaryBiologist called [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Apocalypse]] likes to enhance his already super-powered {{mutant|s}} follower/slaves into armored killing machines, while giving them [[SarcasmMode subtle nicknames]] like "the Four Horsemen".

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** The immortal EvilutionaryBiologist called [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Apocalypse]] likes to enhance his already super-powered {{mutant|s}} follower/slaves into armored killing machines, while giving them [[SarcasmMode subtle nicknames]] nicknames like "the Four Horsemen".
19th Apr '16 6:12:29 PM WillBGood
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** Because of it's age, the UrExample in Franchise/{{Gundam}} is the Cyber-Newtype. In the mist of the [[EvolutionaryLevels increasing]] [[PsychicPowers powerful]] [[TelepathicSpacemen Newtype]] of Universal Century Gundam, the Cyber-Newtype was created as a means of combating them on an equal footing. Creating one was usually based on prescribing [[PsychoSerum drug cock tails]] that would give one PsychicPowers on-par with some Newtypes with some military training and other [[{{Brainwashed}} therapy]]. They are powerful but highly unpredictable while being [[AxCrazy legendarily unstable]].... Throughout Universal Century, there has been at least one starting with the Titan's [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Four Murasame and Rosamia "Rosammy" Badam]]. Unless...

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** Because of it's its age, the UrExample in Franchise/{{Gundam}} is the Cyber-Newtype. In the mist of the [[EvolutionaryLevels increasing]] increasingly]] [[PsychicPowers powerful]] [[TelepathicSpacemen Newtype]] of Universal Century Gundam, the Cyber-Newtype was created as a means of combating them on an equal footing. Creating one was usually based on prescribing [[PsychoSerum drug cock tails]] cocktails]] that would give one PsychicPowers on-par on a par with some Newtypes along with some military training and other [[{{Brainwashed}} therapy]]. They are powerful but highly unpredictable while being [[AxCrazy legendarily unstable]].... Throughout Universal Century, there has been at least one starting with the Titan's [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Four Murasame and Rosamia "Rosammy" Badam]]. Unless...
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