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15th Feb '17 11:22:02 PM SasquatchJim
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* Several punks, looking for a cheap thrill, decided it would be entertaining to shoot a random dog. [[MuggingTheMonster Little did they know]], this dog belonged to former Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, who pursued them in a 40 mile chase. Listen to the [[https://youtu.be/I3UFIkqx3Jg audio]] of his communication with law enforcement. Despite being CLEARLY pissed, and chasing them at speeds of up to 110 mph, he sounds like he's out for a Sunday drive.
15th Feb '17 7:04:46 PM Gamermaster
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** [[SmugSnake Quattro]] actually compliments Nanoha on being pretty calm once she meets her and simply stands there while she taunts her into attacking. Nanoha's final words for the bespectacled Number were a cold "I found you." [[WaveMotionGun before unleashing a Blaster 3 Divine Buster]] [[DungeonBypass right through the floors and walls of the Saint's Cradle]] [[MomentOfAwesome just to get to her]].

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** [[SmugSnake Quattro]] actually compliments Nanoha on being pretty calm once she meets her and simply stands there while she taunts her into attacking. Nanoha's final words for the bespectacled Number were a cold "I found you." [[WaveMotionGun before unleashing a Blaster 3 Divine Buster]] [[DungeonBypass right through the floors and walls of the Saint's Cradle]] [[MomentOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome just to get to her]].
10th Feb '17 11:39:40 PM StClair
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---> '''Ryusei''':"Not really...

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---> '''Ryusei''':"Not '''Ryusei''': Not really...



** And in the mission briefing for the one right before it, Soap's quiet uttering of [[spoiler:"Sheperd betrayed us."]] really shows his rage about [[spoiler:Roach and Ghost and presumably more of the 141 being killed.]]
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' used to have a talent for the warrior called "Deadly Calm". It makes the warrior's abilities cost no rage, which is a resource to use their abilities. As reaching the maximum for the rage resource will also increase the damage of the warrior's abilities, this ability can allow a warrior to reach or continue doing a lot of extra damage during the duration.

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** And in the mission briefing for the one right before it, Soap's quiet uttering of [[spoiler:"Sheperd [[spoiler:"Shepherd betrayed us."]] really shows his rage about [[spoiler:Roach and Ghost and presumably more of the 141 being killed.]]
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' used to have a talent for the warrior called "Deadly Calm". It makes the warrior's abilities cost no rage, which is a resource to use their abilities. As reaching the maximum for filling the rage resource meter will also increase the damage of the warrior's abilities, this ability can allow a warrior to reach or continue doing dish out a lot of extra damage during the duration.while it lasts.



-->'''Tali:''' [[BewareTheNiceOnes He needs to die.]]

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-->'''Tali:''' --->'''Tali:''' [[BewareTheNiceOnes He needs to die.]]



--> '''Shepard''': That was for [[spoiler:Thane/Miranda/Kirrahe]], ''you son of a bitch''.

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--> ---> '''Shepard''': That was for [[spoiler:Thane/Miranda/Kirrahe]], ''you son of a bitch''.



--> '''Snarky!Hawke''': I'd hate to interrupt this ''[[SarcasmMode lovely]]'' student-teacher reunion but [[spoiler:'''WHERE. IS. MY. MOTHER?!''']]

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--> ---> '''Snarky!Hawke''': I'd hate to interrupt this ''[[SarcasmMode lovely]]'' student-teacher reunion but [[spoiler:'''WHERE. IS. MY. MOTHER?!''']]



--> '''Snarky!Hawke''': "Charmed, I'm sure."

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--> ---> '''Snarky!Hawke''': "Charmed, I'm sure."
10th Feb '17 11:31:13 PM StClair
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* ''Series/TheSentinel''
* Despite the fan fiction, in canon Jim Ellison tends to be usually calm and rarely raise his voice. However, when you DO tick him off….
** ''Dead Drop''
* When the villain, Rachins, activate the bomb in the elevator that Jim’s unofficial partner, Blair Sandburg (along with several other passengers) is in. Jim punches Rachins, and grabbed him by his shirt.
--->"Jim: (to Rachins) Why don't we drop you off the building and see how fast you hit the ground?"
His expression is eerily calm considering that he assumed his partner is dead. His sentinel senses would had heard the explosion. [[spoiler: At the time, he has no way of knowing that Blair had cut a hole in the elevator via a blowtorch and drop the bomb through.]] Probably all that saved Rachins was that Jim’s sentinel senses also heard his fellow officers arriving.

** ''Survival''
* After kidnapping his captain, Simon, shooting Blair, trapping them in a mine, Jim finally gets the upper hand on the villain Dawson Quinn and ends up dangling him over a mineshaft.
--->"Jim: It would be so easy... "
Again, his face is frightening calm; only sign of anger is his flexing jaw. Simon, luckily managed (with just a look) to get him to drag him back from the shaft.

** ''Vendetta''
* Dan Freeman, a person with anger issues, has been hassling Jim and Blair throughout the episode and endangered Jim’s undercover assignment. In the end, Jim and Blair cornered him in an overhang of the sewer water with a long drop. After a tense moment of Russian roulette, (Freeman threatens to blow one of the pipes, which would have destroyed the sewer, along with them) Jim managed to tackle him and ended stopping Freeman from falling over the overhang. On the other hand, he was a long time in pulling him up……
--->"Freeman: God, don't let me fall. Don't let me fall.
--->Blair: (runs up to Jim) You got him?
--->Freeman: Please. Please. Please.
--->Blair: What are you doing? Do something, man. You can't let him go.
--->Freeman: I don't want to die. I don't want to die.
--->Blair: Jim, you can't let him die.
--->Freeman: Please, help me.
--->Jim pulls Freeman up. "
His face is almost expressionless, excepted for the flexing jaw, made more unnerving by his silence. But he does pull Freeman up and cuff him.
[[spoiler: Some fan writers has taken great delight in having Freeman a recurring villain in their fan fiction]].
* ''Series/TheWire'':

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* ''Series/TheSentinel''
*
''Series/TheSentinel''. Despite the fan fiction, in canon Jim Ellison tends to be usually calm and rarely raise his voice. However, when you DO tick him off….
off...
** ''Dead Drop''
* When
In "Dead Drop" when the villain, Rachins, activate activates the bomb in the elevator that Jim’s unofficial partner, Blair Sandburg (along with several other passengers) is in. Jim punches Rachins, and grabbed grabs him by his shirt.shirt, and calmly suggests dropping him off the building and seeing how fast he hits the ground. [[spoiler: At the time, he has no way of knowing that Blair had cut a hole in the elevator via a blowtorch and drop the bomb through.]] Probably all that saved Rachins was that Jim’s Sentinel senses also heard his fellow officers arriving.
--->"Jim: (to Rachins) Why don't we drop you off the building and see how fast you hit the ground?"
His expression is eerily calm considering that he assumed his partner is dead. His sentinel senses would had heard the explosion. [[spoiler: At the time, he
** In "Survival", after Dawson Quinn has no way of knowing that Blair had cut a hole in the elevator via a blowtorch and drop the bomb through.]] Probably all that saved Rachins was that Jim’s sentinel senses also heard his fellow officers arriving.

** ''Survival''
* After kidnapping his captain,
kidnapped Simon, shooting shot Blair, trapping and trapped them in a mine, Jim finally gets the upper hand on the villain Dawson Quinn and ends up dangling him over a mineshaft.
--->"Jim: It would be so easy... "
mineshaft. Again, his face is frightening calm; the only sign of anger is his flexing jaw. Simon, luckily managed (with just jaw. Fortunately, a look) look from Simon is all it takes to get him to drag him (literally) back away from the shaft.

abyss.
--->'''Jim:''' It would be so easy...
** ''Vendetta''
*
In "Vendetta", Dan Freeman, a person with who has anger issues, has been hassling Jim and Blair throughout the episode and endangered Jim’s undercover assignment. In the end, Jim and Blair cornered corner him in an overhang of the sewer water with over a long drop. After a tense moment of Russian roulette, standoff (Freeman threatens to blow one of the pipes, which would have destroyed the sewer, along with them) them all up), Jim managed manages to tackle him and ended stopping Freeman from falling grab him, hanging over the overhang. On the other hand, he was edge. And then takes a very long time in pulling to pull him up……
--->"Freeman: God, don't let me fall. Don't let me fall.
--->Blair: (runs up to Jim) You got him?
--->Freeman: Please. Please. Please.
--->Blair: What are you doing? Do something, man. You can't let him go.
--->Freeman: I don't want to die. I don't want to die.
--->Blair: Jim, you can't let him die.
--->Freeman: Please, help me.
--->Jim pulls
up, as Freeman up. "
His face is almost expressionless, excepted
begs for the flexing jaw, made more unnerving by his silence. But he life. Only when Blair joins in does Jim pull Freeman him up and cuff him.
him. [[spoiler: Some fan writers has taken great delight in having Freeman a recurring villain in their fan fiction]].
* Several characters from ''Series/TheWire'':
10th Feb '17 11:05:56 PM StClair
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* ''Literature/TheWarGods'': Hradani falling victim to The Rage are usually mindless berserkers who keep going until they're dead, exhausted, or there's nothing left to kill and they can calm down. Bahzell discovers how to invoke the Rage deliberately and keep it under control, and teaches it to others. So now instead of a bellowing two and half meter tall walking mountain of mindless carnage and destruction, you can instead face a two and half meter meter tall walking mountain of very deliberate and controlled carnage and destruction. Yay?

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* ''Literature/TheWarGods'': Hradani falling victim to The Rage are usually mindless berserkers who keep going until they're dead, exhausted, or there's nothing left to kill and they can calm down. Bahzell discovers how to invoke the Rage deliberately and keep it under control, and teaches it to others. So now instead of a bellowing two and half meter tall walking mountain of mindless carnage and destruction, you can instead face a two and half meter meter tall walking mountain of very ''very deliberate and controlled controlled'' carnage and destruction. Yay?



* In the ''Series/BostonLegal'' episode "Truly, Madly, Deeply", Denny is forced to defend a man who raped and murdered a 13-year-old girl. During a converstion between the two of them, his client not only shows no remorse of any kind for his actions, but for added {{Squick}} he tells Denny that he thinks he did the child a 'FAVOR' by killing her before she fell victim to a venereal disease 'HE GAVE HER'. Denny reacts by calmly discussing ways that they could use this claim as a basis for their legal defence, while simultaneously rummaging through his bag, producing a gun and then shooting him in both legs.

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* In the ''Series/BostonLegal'' episode "Truly, Madly, Deeply", Denny is forced to defend a man who raped and murdered a 13-year-old girl. During a converstion conversation between the two of them, his client not only shows no remorse of any kind for his actions, but for added {{Squick}} he tells Denny that he thinks he did the child a 'FAVOR' by killing her before she fell victim to a venereal disease 'HE GAVE HER'. Denny reacts by calmly discussing ways that they could use this claim as a basis for their legal defence, while simultaneously rummaging through his bag, producing a gun and then shooting him in both legs.
10th Feb '17 11:00:04 PM StClair
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-->'''Wanda Maximoff:''' I know you're angry…
-->'''Banner:''' Oh, we're way past that. I could choke the life out of you and never change a shade.

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-->'''Wanda --->'''Wanda Maximoff:''' I know you're angry…
-->'''Banner:''' --->'''Banner:''' Oh, we're way past that. I could choke the life out of you and never change a shade.



* In ''Film/{{Drive}}'', the Drivers stoic demeanor turns out to be a thin lid on a boiling pit of rage as a horrified Irene and one hapless mook find out in the [[CurbStompBattle infamous elevator scene]].

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* In ''Film/{{Drive}}'', the Drivers Driver's stoic demeanor turns out to be a thin lid on a boiling pit of rage as a horrified Irene and one hapless mook find out in the [[CurbStompBattle infamous elevator scene]].
10th Feb '17 10:48:42 PM StClair
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** (The dialogue below was said with Spock’s usually expressionless face. Which makes the words even more chilling.) Getting a Vulcan angry is NOT a good idea.
--->'''Spock:''' Captain?\\

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** *** (The dialogue below was said with Spock’s usually expressionless face. Which makes the words even more chilling.) Getting a Vulcan angry is NOT a good idea.
--->'''Spock:''' ---->'''Spock:''' Captain?\\
10th Feb '17 10:47:15 PM StClair
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* ''Fanfic/ThousandShinji'': When Shinji learns about [[spoiler:the true fate of his and his friends' mothers,]] he gets mad... at the beginning. And then he relaxes. He decides that he won't get mad. He'll get even.

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* ''Fanfic/ThousandShinji'': When Shinji learns about [[spoiler:the true fate of his and his friends' mothers,]] he gets mad... at the beginning. And then he relaxes. He decides that he won't get mad. He'll get even.
10th Feb '17 6:57:47 PM StClair
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* ''ComicBook/TheInhumans'': What do you get when you take all the pressure of ruling a nation of paranoid, super powered xenophobes, mix it in with having to deal with a conniving, mind controlling younger brother, hostile aliens, hostile humans, the fact that you've killed your own parents and then place it in a body that could destroy everything in sight with just a whisper? You get Black Bolt.

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* ''ComicBook/TheInhumans'': What do you get when you take all the pressure of ruling a nation of paranoid, super powered xenophobes, mix it in with having to deal with a conniving, mind controlling younger brother, hostile aliens, hostile humans, the fact that you've killed your own parents and then place it in a body that could destroy everything in sight with just a whisper? You get Black Bolt. He can't ever lose control. Ever.
10th Feb '17 6:42:41 PM StClair
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-->''That... that guy is gonna go fucking berserk.''

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-->''That...-->"That... that guy is gonna go fucking berserk.''"
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* ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'': When Julia Diggers went MamaBear on the assassin Zero, who was waiting in ambush near her first student Gar's body mortally wounded and no longer breathing. He was count on seeing Gar causing Julia to lose her cool and he could take advantage of it to kill her, since Zero needed only the slightest opening to gain the edge. He was badly mistaken.

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* ''ComicBook/GoldDigger'': When Julia Diggers went MamaBear on the assassin Zero, who was waiting in ambush near her first student Gar's body mortally wounded and no longer breathing. He was count counting on seeing Gar causing Julia to lose her cool and he could take advantage of it to kill her, cool, since Zero needed only the slightest opening to gain the edge. He was badly mistaken.



** Evident when he believes that his rogue gallery killed a newborn baby. He spends the next issue barely uttering a word and shows a Batman level of efficiency and ruthlessness.

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** Evident when he believes that his rogue rogues gallery killed a newborn baby. He spends the next issue barely uttering a word and shows a Batman level of efficiency and ruthlessness.



** Hell, even ''Joker'' gets in on it during a story arc in ''Batman: Hush returns'' (Which is one of the stories that pictures him as a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds who lost his mind after his wife and unborn child died.) After he finds out through Riddler [[spoiler: that his wife and unborn child were actually killed by a CorruptCop under the name of Oliver Hammet,]] The Joker expresses the intent to find and kill him with utterly none of his AxCrazy humor whatsoever, his face twisted into a scowl that betrays both his agony over the deaths of his wife and child and the cold, murderous hatred for the [[spoiler: man who killed them.]]

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** Hell, even ''Joker'' gets in on it during a story arc in ''Batman: Hush returns'' Returns'' (Which is one of the stories that pictures him as a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds who lost his mind after his wife and unborn child died.) After he finds out through Riddler [[spoiler: that his wife and unborn child were actually killed by a CorruptCop under the name of Oliver Hammet,]] The Joker expresses the intent to find and kill him with utterly none of his AxCrazy humor whatsoever, his face twisted into a scowl that betrays both his agony over the deaths of his wife and child and the cold, murderous hatred for the [[spoiler: man who killed them.]]
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