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25th Feb '17 8:52:08 AM Discar
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* ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'': The Ghost Rider is virtually unstoppable; Daisy's powers only slowed him down, he punched his way out of a containment module no other powered being has ever breached through force, Mace barely stood his ground in a straight fight with the Rider, and the ghosts posed no threat to him whatsoever. The only time he ever seemed seriously threatened was when he was bombarded with lethal amounts of radiation, subjected to impossible quantum fluctuations, and impaled twice through the chest with giant spikes. Even then, he was still alive and fully capable of holding a conversation despite the intense pain. In fact, the main reason S.H.I.E.L.D. is working with him instead of against him is because they know they can't stop him, so it's better to channel him more constructively.
8th Feb '17 4:22:55 AM Silverblade2
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* The second appearance of Amazo in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'' falls squarely into this trope. The android, having absorbed untold amounts of power, charges through the entire Franchise/GreenLantern Corps and the entire extended roster of the Justice League to get to SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor. It even moved a planet out of its way [[spoiler:without destroying it and later bringing it back with little more than a thought]]. That planet was [[spoiler: OA, the HQ of the Guardians of the Universe themselves.]]

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* The second appearance of Amazo in ''[[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Justice League Unlimited]]'' falls squarely into this trope. The android, having absorbed untold amounts of power, charges through the entire Franchise/GreenLantern Corps and the entire extended roster of the Justice League to get to SelfDemonstrating/LexLuthor.ComicBook/LexLuthor. It even moved a planet out of its way [[spoiler:without destroying it and later bringing it back with little more than a thought]]. That planet was [[spoiler: OA, the HQ of the Guardians of the Universe themselves.]]
2nd Feb '17 12:33:30 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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* While not a Juggernaut herself, [[PsychoForHire Hunter J]] from the ''[[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl Diamond & Pearl]]'' [[Anime/{{Pokemon}} anime]] qualifies in a couple of ways:
** The three Pokémon she uses (only two of which actually fight) are so powerful that they never once take any perceivable damage, let alone get knocked out in battle. Her battling strategy is largely built on ScissorsCutsRock, overpowering her opponents by sheer strength. In most cases, she either successfully steals the Pokémon she's going after and Ash winds up recovering it from her client, or [[OnlyInItForTheMoney she abruptly quits her pursuit when her client cancels the deal]]. It makes you wonder how comfortably she'd be able to hold herself against the Eilte Four.
** Her [[CoolCar six-wheeled ground vehicles]] also count, as they can down trees and keep right on going. The way they're drawn makes them look like they're heavily armored, too. They also demonstrate resistance to [[LightningBruiser Pikachu's]] Thunderbolt.
30th Jan '17 5:14:14 PM ANTMuddle
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"Juggernaut" is a word meaning "unstoppable". The Juggernaut is just that. It is often fixated on a goal, reaching somewhere that it shouldn't be, trying to accomplish something that the heroes don't want it to accomplish. In any case, it is moving ever and continually forward, [[SuperStrength letting no one and nothing stand in its path]]. Bullets? [[ImmuneToBullets Pathetic]]. Rockets? [[ScratchDamage Barely noticeable]]. Nuclear bombs? [[NighInvulnerable Might make him flinch,]][[labelnote:*]]if only from the flash[[/labelnote]], but [[OutOfTheInferno don't expect the flames to stop him]] -- ''[[InfernalRetaliation and that's if you're lucky]]''. The group of powerful heroes we've been following are nothing more than the RedshirtArmy to this thing. YouShallNotPass? It's going to. And it's ever, continually moving forward. You can ''taste'' the invulnerability of this thing.

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"Juggernaut" is a word meaning "unstoppable". The Juggernaut is just that. It is often fixated on a goal, reaching somewhere that it shouldn't be, trying to accomplish something that the heroes don't want it to accomplish. In any case, it is moving ever and continually forward, [[SuperStrength letting no one and nothing stand in its path]]. Bullets? [[ImmuneToBullets Pathetic]]. Rockets? [[ScratchDamage Barely noticeable]]. Nuclear bombs? [[NighInvulnerable Might make him flinch,]][[labelnote:*]]if only from the flash[[/labelnote]], but [[OutOfTheInferno don't expect the flames to stop him]] -- ''[[InfernalRetaliation and that's if you're lucky]]''. The group of powerful heroes we've been following are nothing more than the RedshirtArmy to this thing. YouShallNotPass? It's going to. And it's ever, continually moving forward. You can ''taste'' the invulnerability of this thing.
thing. And he might have BallsOfSteel, too.
26th Jan '17 8:41:59 AM Sturmtrommel
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* The Margrave from ''VideoGame/{{Gigantic}}'' is a near unstoppable tank. He has the highest health and armor values in the game and possesses a natural immunity to critical hits, meaning that he can soak up ludicrous amounts of damage before dying and usually requires multiple teammates to take down. On top of this his abilities give him high damage, AoE stuns, additional armor and a surprising amount of mobility.

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* The Margrave from ''VideoGame/{{Gigantic}}'' is a near unstoppable tank. He has the highest health and armor values in the game and possesses a natural immunity to critical hits, meaning that he can soak up ludicrous amounts of damage before dying and usually requires multiple teammates to take down. On top of this his abilities give him high damage, AoE area-of-effect stuns, additional armor and a surprising amount of mobility.
26th Jan '17 8:39:19 AM Sturmtrommel
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* The Margrave from ''VideoGame/{{Gigantic}}'' is a near unstoppable tank. He has the highest health and armor values in the game and possesses a natural immunity to critical hits, meaning that he can soak up ludicrous amounts of damage before dying and usually requires multiple teammates to take down. On top of this his abilities give him high damage, AoE stuns, additional armor and a surprising amount of mobility.
10th Jan '17 7:12:46 AM erforce
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* From ''[[VideoGame/MedalOfHonor Medal of Honor: Airborne]]'' there's the [[EliteMook Nazi Storm Elite]] - A [[TheSlowWalk slow walking]], [[MadeOfIron nigh-invulnerable]] [[GasMaskMook masked]] SS soldier who wields a portable [[{{BFG}} MG42]] as it's primary weapon. Keep in mind that the [[MoreDakka MG42]], usually only seen as a mounted weapon, takes considerable strength and a great skill in the use of weapons to be able to control the fire and use effectively as a portable weapon because of it's extreme rate of fire combined with its high caliber round, which made it very unstable when handheld. ''This guy uses it as his primary weapon.'' Also, this guy can take incredible punishment compared to the other German soldiers in the game. It can take up to two full clips from a machine gun to the torso to kill it and it can survive a direct hit from a rocket launcher or a Gammon grenade. Fortunately, two headshots from a Springfield usually kill it, or one shot to the eye, but it takes either ImprobableAimingSkills or AccidentalAimingSkills to hit it in the eye. A second hit from a Gammon grenade or rocket launcher will also finish it off.

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* From ''[[VideoGame/MedalOfHonor Medal of Honor: Airborne]]'' ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorAirborne'' there's the [[EliteMook Nazi Storm Elite]] - A [[TheSlowWalk slow walking]], [[MadeOfIron nigh-invulnerable]] [[GasMaskMook masked]] SS soldier who wields a portable [[{{BFG}} MG42]] as it's primary weapon. Keep in mind that the [[MoreDakka MG42]], usually only seen as a mounted weapon, takes considerable strength and a great skill in the use of weapons to be able to control the fire and use effectively as a portable weapon because of it's extreme rate of fire combined with its high caliber round, which made it very unstable when handheld. ''This guy uses it as his primary weapon.'' Also, this guy can take incredible punishment compared to the other German soldiers in the game. It can take up to two full clips from a machine gun to the torso to kill it and it can survive a direct hit from a rocket launcher or a Gammon grenade. Fortunately, two headshots from a Springfield usually kill it, or one shot to the eye, but it takes either ImprobableAimingSkills or AccidentalAimingSkills to hit it in the eye. A second hit from a Gammon grenade or rocket launcher will also finish it off.
9th Dec '16 9:50:47 PM Yalsaris63
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** And finally, we have the Feral Ghoul Reaver. Not only does this thing send you flying as far as a deathclaw can with its also armor-piercing DeadlyLunge, but it also can FlashStep spaz and become nearly invincible. The twitchy dance of doom that the F3 Reaver does is ultimate NightmareFuel. Later, in New Vegas, the Reaver becomes a simple, non-threatning mook.

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** And finally, we have the Feral Ghoul Reaver. Not only does this thing send you flying as far as a deathclaw can with its also armor-piercing DeadlyLunge, but it also can FlashStep spaz and become nearly invincible. The twitchy dance of doom that the F3 Reaver does is ultimate NightmareFuel. Later, in New Vegas, ''New Vegas'' and ''4'', the Reaver becomes a simple, non-threatning non-threatening mook.
2nd Dec '16 7:26:29 PM GoryDetails
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* ''The Stone Man'' by Luke Smitherd is about an 8-foot-tall stone man that appears in a busy city one day and then begins to walk off in a straight line, simply going through buildings, walking across the bottoms of waterways, and ignoring any attempts to interfere with it.
25th Oct '16 2:39:53 PM Hoki
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* Teru Miyanaga, estranged older sister of the titular character of ''Manga/{{Saki}}'' is this when it comes to the game of mahjong. She's Japan's best high-school player and she lives to the hype by effortlessly taking points from all of her enemies seemingly at will while not one of them can take even a single point from her. She does this by [[EnemyScan first analyzing her opponents in a round]], then after that she goes on a win streak with the value of her hands increase with each win. Her skill and ability is so above everyone else that even one of her opponents [[CombatClairvoyance who can see one turn ahead]], cannot stop her streak. After the combined efforts of two players (one of which is the clairvoyant) in order for a third player to finally take points from Teru, she still walked away with a 100,000 point lead.
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