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26th Mar '17 1:32:53 PM CountDorku
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* Playable character Krieg in ''VideoGame/Borderlands2''. Most ''Borderlands'' characters are impaired by things like being on fire, having no shields, or being shot repeatedly in the unprotected flesh. Krieg finds all of the above ''hilarious'', and all of them make him harder to kill. An angry high-level Krieg is one of the hardest things to put down in the game.

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* Playable character Krieg in ''VideoGame/Borderlands2''. Most ''Borderlands'' characters are impaired by things like being on fire, having no shields, or being shot repeatedly in the unprotected flesh. Krieg finds all of the above ''hilarious'', and all of them make him harder to kill. An angry high-level Krieg is one of the hardest things to put down in the game.game - for your enemies, at least.
26th Mar '17 1:32:40 PM CountDorku
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** ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'''s Shepard is definitely this, [[OneManArmy even alone]], tears through enemies as if their [[ArmorIsUseless armour was made of paper]]. Being enhanced through cybernetics and having enhanced tech makes about 50 enemies like a 4 minute fight. Takes a Reaper tech device at full power to bring him/her down. Even sedated, it doesn't stop him/her for long. In fact each dose of sedative had to constantly get increased because Shepard grew ''[[AcquiredPoisonImmunity immune]]'' to it. His/her entire lone wolf "[[CurbStompBattle fight]]" through the facility afterwards confirms him/her as this even more.

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** ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'''s Shepard is definitely this, [[OneManArmy even alone]], tears through enemies as if their [[ArmorIsUseless armour was made of paper]]. Being enhanced through cybernetics and having enhanced tech makes about 50 enemies like a 4 minute fight. Takes a Reaper tech device at full power to bring him/her down. Even sedated, it doesn't stop him/her for long. In fact each dose of sedative had to constantly get increased because Shepard grew ''[[AcquiredPoisonImmunity immune]]'' to it. His/her entire lone wolf "[[CurbStompBattle fight]]" through the facility afterwards confirms him/her as this even more. Among the classes, Sentinel Shepard is one of the most ridiculously tanky things in the universe, and in ''3'', Vanguard Shepard becomes an unstoppable living grenade that kills everything in their path.



** Nautilus, the Titan of the Depths isn't official considered a Juggernaut by Riot (despite his toe-curlingly low base movement speed his Dredge Line gives him more mobility than the others) but he fits the trope ''perfectly'' in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzHrjOMfHPY 'A New Dawn']], where he's portrayed as a titanic metal colossus who crushes all who stand before him, [[ShockwaveStomp shatters the earth with a single stomp]] and shrugs off the explosive shells of Graves' shotgun like it was rain. It takes [[spoiler:a gigantic stone pillar being dropped on him]] to finally bring him down.

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** Nautilus, the Titan of the Depths isn't official considered a Juggernaut by Riot (despite his toe-curlingly low base movement speed his Dredge Line gives him more mobility than the others) but he fits the trope ''perfectly'' in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzHrjOMfHPY 'A New Dawn']], where he's portrayed as a titanic metal colossus who crushes all who stand before him, [[ShockwaveStomp shatters the earth with a single stomp]] and shrugs off the explosive shells of Graves' shotgun like it was rain. It takes [[spoiler:a gigantic stone pillar being dropped on him]] to finally bring him down. His backstory is being trapped underwater, and just ''walking'' to the shore, losing a lot of his mind but never giving up.


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* Playable character Krieg in ''VideoGame/Borderlands2''. Most ''Borderlands'' characters are impaired by things like being on fire, having no shields, or being shot repeatedly in the unprotected flesh. Krieg finds all of the above ''hilarious'', and all of them make him harder to kill. An angry high-level Krieg is one of the hardest things to put down in the game.
12th Mar '17 6:38:14 AM darkpit06
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** Let's not forget about the Iron King. No matter how hard you try, he'll never fall unless his AchillesHeel, the Fan of Fen Xing, is used against him.
28th Feb '17 7:28:11 AM ChronoLegion
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* This is how the [[HumanAliens Bino Faata]] are described by the protagonist in ''[[Literature/ArrivalsFromTheDark Invasion]]'', after learning all the details about their massive starship and its capabilities, having previously thought that Earth's in-system SpaceNavy would be able to handle a single oversized ship. No such luck, the Faata starship might be unarmed, but it carries hundreds of cruiser-sized battle modules and thousands of corvette-sized ones. Each battle module is armed with an AntiMatter cannon and uses ArtificialGravity to move as nimbly as a SpaceFighter. Meanwhile, the starship itself is protected by a DeflectorShield that effortlessly shrugs off a 140-gigaton MacrossMissileMassacre. Subverted in later books, though, when humanity gets it hands on the remains of the above-mentioned starship (destroyed through sabotage), which allows them to reverse-engineer much of the tech and start building massive anti-matter-armed starships of their own.
28th Feb '17 6:49:11 AM ChronoLegion
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** A CrossoverEpisode with ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'' shows that very little that Carolina throws at the Meta can stop him. [[spoiler:She even perforates him with bullets, causing him to slump to one knee... then get up and continue lumbering towards her. The ''only'' thing that finally stops him is when Carolina steals his own grenade launcher and uses it to blow his head off, while Epsilon/Church was distracting him]].

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** A CrossoverEpisode with ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'' shows that very little that Carolina throws at the Meta can stop him. [[spoiler:She even perforates him with bullets, causing him to slump to one knee... then get up and continue lumbering towards her. The ''only'' thing that finally stops him is when Carolina steals his own grenade launcher and uses it to blow his head off, off at point-blank range, while Epsilon/Church was distracting him]].
28th Feb '17 6:47:35 AM ChronoLegion
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** A CrossoverEpisode with ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'' shows that very little that Carolina throws at the Meta can stop him. [[spoiler:She even perforates him with bullets, causing him to slump to one knee... then get up and continue lumbering towards her. The ''only'' thing that finally stops him is when Carolina steals his own grenade launcher and uses it to blow his head off, while Epsilon/Church was distracting him]].
28th Feb '17 6:43:46 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'''s version of [[KillerGorilla Grodd]]. While dangerous enough with his PsychicPowers, as a physical threat he is for all purposes of the series unbeatable. In his first encounter with the Flash he caught a supersonic punch that had earlier been used to defeat a NighInvulnerable villain and every subsequent blow on him had no effect until the Flash threw him in front of a subway train. Even this only inconvenienced him as he was pushed to another location; getting hit by the train didn't do any real damage. When he reappears in Season 2 the Flash is just as powerless against him [[spoiler: and Grodd is only stopped by sending him to a parallel Earth where he'll be happy and won't hurt anybody. And now Grodd wants revenge, assembling an army of sentient gorillas and planning to invade Earth 1 using the "vibing" power of the mind-controlled Gypsy]].

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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'''s version of [[KillerGorilla Grodd]]. While dangerous enough with his PsychicPowers, as a physical threat he is for all purposes of the series unbeatable. In his first encounter with the Flash he caught a supersonic punch that had earlier been used to defeat a NighInvulnerable villain and every subsequent blow on him had no effect until the Flash threw him in front of a subway train. Even this only inconvenienced him as he was pushed to another location; getting hit by the train didn't do any real damage. When he reappears in Season 2 the Flash is just as powerless against him [[spoiler: and Grodd is only stopped by sending him to a parallel Earth where he'll be happy and won't hurt anybody. And now Grodd wants revenge, assembling an army of sentient gorillas and planning to invade Earth 1 using the "vibing" power of the mind-controlled Gypsy]].Gypsy, after Barry defeated the more sensible Solovar, resulting in Grodd usurping control over Gorilla City]].
28th Feb '17 6:43:02 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'''s version of [[KillerGorilla Grodd]]. While dangerous enough with his PsychicPowers, as a physical threat he is for all purposes of the series unbeatable. In his first encounter with the Flash he caught a supersonic punch that had earlier been used to defeat a NighInvulnerable villain and every subsequent blow on him had no effect until the Flash threw him in front of a subway train. Even this only inconvenienced him as he was pushed to another location; getting hit by the train didn't do any real damage. When he reappears in Season 2 the Flash is just as powerless against him [[spoiler: and Grodd is only stopped by sending him to a parallel Earth where he'll be happy and won't hurt anybody]].

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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'''s version of [[KillerGorilla Grodd]]. While dangerous enough with his PsychicPowers, as a physical threat he is for all purposes of the series unbeatable. In his first encounter with the Flash he caught a supersonic punch that had earlier been used to defeat a NighInvulnerable villain and every subsequent blow on him had no effect until the Flash threw him in front of a subway train. Even this only inconvenienced him as he was pushed to another location; getting hit by the train didn't do any real damage. When he reappears in Season 2 the Flash is just as powerless against him [[spoiler: and Grodd is only stopped by sending him to a parallel Earth where he'll be happy and won't hurt anybody]].anybody. And now Grodd wants revenge, assembling an army of sentient gorillas and planning to invade Earth 1 using the "vibing" power of the mind-controlled Gypsy]].
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.]]
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