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11th Feb '17 10:59:50 PM Vox
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** Ser Amory Lorch is a [[PetRat far less impressive]] Brute for the Lannisters - he's nothing more than a vicious, idiot thug, lacking Clegane's SuperStrength and [[TheDreaded fear factor]]. His only conceivably useful quality is his [[TheSociopath utter ruthlessness]].


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** Ser Amory Lorch is a [[PetRat far less impressive]] Brute for the Lannisters - he's essentially nothing more than an idiotic thug, lacking Gregor Clegane's SuperStrength and [[TheDreaded fear factor]]. His only conceivably useful quality is his [[TheSociopath utter ruthlessness]].
25th Jan '17 12:54:36 PM Morgenthaler
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24th Jan '17 7:09:56 AM Adamslion
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The powerhouse of the FiveBadBand, this is [[EvilCounterpart Evil's answer]] to TheBigGuy. A GiantMook with [[CharacterDevelopment personality]], the Brute is huge, all muscle, [[BloodKnight loves to fight]] and is ''very'' good at it. However, while he may first appear to be TheHero's equal or even superior in combat, subsequent battles will in all likelihood establish the Brute as being a constant jobber to the Hero.

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The powerhouse of the FiveBadBand, this is [[EvilCounterpart Evil's answer]] to TheBigGuy. A GiantMook with [[CharacterDevelopment personality]], the Brute is huge, all muscle, [[BloodKnight loves to fight]] and is ''very'' good at it. However, while he may at first appear to be TheHero's equal or even superior in combat, subsequent battles will in all likelihood establish the Brute as being a constant jobber to the Hero.
24th Jan '17 7:00:39 AM Adamslion
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The powerhouse of the FiveBadBand, this is [[EvilCounterpart Evil's answer]] to TheBigGuy. A GiantMook with [[CharacterDevelopment personality]], the Brute is huge, all muscle, [[BloodKnight loves to fight]] and is ''very'' good at it. However, while he may first appear to be TheHero's equal or even superior in combat, subsequent battles will establish the Brute as being inferior to the hero in combat.

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The powerhouse of the FiveBadBand, this is [[EvilCounterpart Evil's answer]] to TheBigGuy. A GiantMook with [[CharacterDevelopment personality]], the Brute is huge, all muscle, [[BloodKnight loves to fight]] and is ''very'' good at it. However, while he may first appear to be TheHero's equal or even superior in combat, subsequent battles will in all likelihood establish the Brute as being inferior a constant jobber to the hero in combat.
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21st Jan '17 3:25:51 PM LentilSandEater
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* Bonecrusher in ''Film/{{Transformers}}''.
%%** Brawl might also qualify. He is the most heavily armed Decepticon and the toughest one to kill. It took the combined efforts of the human military and all four non-Optimus Prime Autobots to finally put him down for the count. His alt mode is [[MightyGlacier a literal tank]].
*** Blackout could count seeing as he's the most heavily armed character and the largest one in the movie.

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* Bonecrusher in ''Film/{{Transformers}}''.
%%** Brawl might also qualify. He is the most heavily armed Decepticon and the toughest one to kill. It took the combined efforts of the human military and all four non-Optimus Prime Autobots to finally put him down for the count. His alt mode is [[MightyGlacier a literal tank]].
*** Blackout could count seeing as he's the most heavily armed character and the largest one in the movie.
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*** Demolisher could count due to his large size and that he just uses his weight instead of a weapon.



%%** Bonecrusher
%%** Brawl might also qualify. He is the most heavily armed Decepticon and the toughest one to kill. It took the combined efforts of the human military and all four non-Optimus Prime Autobots to finally put him down for the count. His alt mode is [[MightyGlacier a literal tank]].
%%*** Blackout could count seeing as he's the most heavily armed character and the largest one in the movie.
%%*** Demolisher could count due to his large size and that he just uses his weight instead of a weapon.



* Boagrius from ''Film/{{Troy}}''.
** Ajax also qualifies for this role.

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* Boagrius from ''Film/{{Troy}}''.
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%%** Boagrius
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Ajax also qualifies for this role.
14th Jan '17 7:09:53 PM nombretomado
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* Gades the Sinistral of Destruction from the ''Franchise/{{Lufia}}'' series.

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* Gades the Sinistral of Destruction from the ''Franchise/{{Lufia}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Lufia}}'' series.
8th Jan '17 11:19:51 AM nombretomado
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* Darth Nihl and [[MeaningfulName Darth Stryfe]] from ''StarWarsLegacy'' are the least cunning of the main Sith characters but are their two strongest warriors. Stryfe in particular is single-minded about killing anything that his boss, Darth Krayt, doesn't like.

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* Darth Nihl and [[MeaningfulName Darth Stryfe]] from ''StarWarsLegacy'' ''ComicBook/{{Legacy}}'' are the least cunning of the main Sith characters but are their two strongest warriors. Stryfe in particular is single-minded about killing anything that his boss, Darth Krayt, doesn't like.
7th Jan '17 9:18:27 AM nombretomado
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* Dapang from JohnWoo's ''{{Stranglehold}}'', who also has the distinction of being Wong's [[TheDragon Dragon]]. On the Golden Kane side, we have Ty Lok, who Tequila fights in the third major mission, who isn't as big and powerful as Dapang, but does pack a [[MoreDakka big whacking]] [[{{BFG}} machine gun]].

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* Dapang from JohnWoo's ''{{Stranglehold}}'', Creator/JohnWoo's ''VideoGame/{{Stranglehold}}'', who also has the distinction of being Wong's [[TheDragon Dragon]]. On the Golden Kane side, we have Ty Lok, who Tequila fights in the third major mission, who isn't as big and powerful as Dapang, but does pack a [[MoreDakka big whacking]] [[{{BFG}} machine gun]].
30th Dec '16 2:27:54 PM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': Gregor and Sandor Clegane are simply muscle for their masters, exerting no political influence except with the point of their swords.
23rd Dec '16 2:16:13 AM GhostOfAGeek
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* A female example is Smeddy from ''RecordOfLodossWar: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight'', a gruff, muscular swordswoman with a sadistic streak who fought the heroes as one of Ashram's QuirkyMinibossSquad.

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* A female example is Smeddy from ''RecordOfLodossWar: ''Roleplay/RecordOfLodossWar: Chronicles of the Heroic Knight'', a gruff, muscular swordswoman with a sadistic streak who fought the heroes as one of Ashram's QuirkyMinibossSquad.



* Tessai from ''NinjaScroll''. He is a giant who can [[NighInvulnerable turn his skin to stone at will]] and wields a BFS that doubles as a boomerang. How he's able to move with the grace and agility of a ninja is up for debate.

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* Tessai from ''NinjaScroll''.''Anime/NinjaScroll''. He is a giant who can [[NighInvulnerable turn his skin to stone at will]] and wields a BFS that doubles as a boomerang. How he's able to move with the grace and agility of a ninja is up for debate.
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