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8th Apr '18 6:58:01 PM KDreader02
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* In ''Webcomic/NightmareFactory'', the Game Master, Phirre, constantly tricks and manipulates Emai and Kreyul while they’re in the Exchange with his tests. He mocks them whenever he can.
8th Apr '18 12:34:57 PM JAG01
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* Most incarnations of the Joker dress themselves as being a lethal one of these, especially the ones that play closer to his DC Animated Universe version that tailored each of his schemes as a joke or a prank, and sometimes even lectured on the importance of proper buildup and punchline delivery when telling a joke. Batman in particular is the Joker's preferred victim, and many a Joker has refused to kill or unmask a Batman dead to rights, simply because it would spoil the fun of trolling him.

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* Most incarnations of the Joker dress themselves as being a lethal one of these, especially the ones that play closer to these. The best example is his DC Animated Universe version that version, who tailored each of his schemes as a joke or a prank, and sometimes even lectured his underlings on the importance of proper buildup and punchline delivery when telling a joke. Batman in particular is the Joker's preferred victim, and many a Joker has refused to kill or unmask a Batman dead to rights, simply because it would spoil the fun of trolling him.
8th Apr '18 12:33:00 PM JAG01
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* Most incarnations of the Joker dress themselves as being a lethal one of these, especially the ones that play closer to his DC Animated Universe version that tailored each of his schemes as a joke or a prank, and sometimes even lectured on the importance of proper buildup and punchline delivery when telling a joke. Batman in particular is the Joker's preferred victim, and many a Joker has refused to kill or unmask a Batman dead to rights, simply because it would spoil the fun of trolling him.
3rd Apr '18 7:00:54 AM Nyame
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* ''FanFic/ToHellAndBackArrowverse'': Barry Allen's default personality, though it's mainly lighthearted teasing with his friends; with his enemies, it's much more mean-spirited.
23rd Mar '18 4:14:41 PM gb00393
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** Tyrion Lannister, which is also his biggest weakness. Tyrion's FatalFlaw is that he just can't help snidely mocking people even in situations where it would be a ''really'' bad idea to do so. Some of these return as tragic call backs in "The Laws of Gods And Men" when the likes of Ser Meryn and Maester Pycelle use these snide remarks as testimony against him in his regicide trial, acting as though they were legitimate threats and actions, rather than the humorous quips they really were.
15th Mar '18 9:57:31 AM Lopiny
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* Bartolomeo from Manga/OnePiece definitely counts. It doesn't help that he is a huge fanboy of the Straw Hat Pirates.

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* Bartolomeo from Manga/OnePiece definitely counts.counts, deliberately provoking just about everyone he meets for the sake of it and having fun using his BarrierWarrior powers to entirely deflect any consequences and reprisals. It doesn't help that he is a huge fanboy of the Straw Hat Pirates.
27th Feb '18 8:28:25 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': Lisa is a BIG time troll! Pissing people off for her own amusement is what she likes best.
26th Feb '18 11:55:41 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* Loki, naturally, in ''FanFic/ChildOfTheStorm.'' However, his pranks are only ever mischievous, never malignant. For example, when Steve is trying to work a smoothie machine:
--> Loki: There's something just a little off about that lid.
--> Steve: (''examines it closely'') I don't see anything wrong.
--> Loki: How about now?

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* * ''FanFic/ChildOfTheStorm'' has several examples, but Doctor Strange is probably the stand-out one, using his extensive foreknowledge to both assist (when he deems it necessary) and to wind up the rest of the cast (when he deems it funny). It actually gets to the point where Odin irritably demands if Strange is present at a particular place for anything ''other'' than making smart remarks.
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Loki, naturally, in ''FanFic/ChildOfTheStorm.'' naturally. However, his pranks are only ever mischievous, never malignant.malignant (though he's still got a very ruthless streak where his enemies are concerned). For example, when Steve is trying to work a smoothie machine:
--> Loki: -->'''Loki:''' There's something just a little off about that lid.
--> Steve: -->'''Steve:''' (''examines it closely'') I don't see anything wrong.
--> Loki: -->'''Loki:''' How about now?
16th Feb '18 9:30:02 AM gb00393
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** Sandor Clegane:
*** He deliberately goads Polliver into attacking him after Polliver boasts about being able to rape and murder with impunity under his brother's command. (And for offering him food in exchange for raping Arya.)
*** He taunts Arya with Syrio Forel's death, mocking her that her 'real killer' was supposedly killed by Meryn Trant and getting amused by her angry retorts.
7th Feb '18 6:41:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' has TheJoker subscribe to troll philosophy, given his words to Batman.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' has TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker subscribe to troll philosophy, given his words to Batman.
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