History MemeticBadass / Literature

24th Sep '17 4:03:28 PM nombretomado
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* Literature/WarriorCats: [[EnsembleDarkhorse Mousewhisker]] on Vicky's Website/{{Facebook}} page. [[http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10150254063017454&id=100000657920607 They have even started making]] [[ChuckNorrisFacts Mousewhisker Facts]].

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* Literature/WarriorCats: [[EnsembleDarkhorse Mousewhisker]] on Vicky's Website/{{Facebook}} page. [[http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10150254063017454&id=100000657920607 They have even started making]] [[ChuckNorrisFacts [[Website/ChuckNorrisFacts Mousewhisker Facts]].
24th Sep '17 11:05:19 AM MasterFuzzy
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** He uses heavyweight faeries as calculators and donut fetchers.

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** He uses heavyweight faeries as calculators and donut or Coca-Cola fetchers.



** He broke off a piece of a fallen angel's soul, and then made that piece cry just by talking to it.

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** He broke off a piece of a fallen angel's soul, and then made that piece cry [[spoiler: and pull a HeelFaceTurn]] just by talking to it.



** Harry is a living weapon against the Outsiders. It took the entire White Court hours to subdue one, Harry has beaten two of their '''champions''' by himself. Each in minutes. One when he was a teenager. Outsiders come from outside reality and '''eat magic'''. Like Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden gives a fuck.

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** Harry is a living weapon against the Outsiders. It took the entire White Court hours to subdue one, Harry has beaten two of their '''champions''' by himself. Each in minutes. One when he was a teenager. Outsiders come from outside reality and '''eat magic'''. Like Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden gives a fuck. He also punched one in the face.


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** On a spooky island in the middle of Lake Michigan, forgotten by time, is a prison for [[EldritchAbomination all sorts of Eldritch Abominations]] and dark gods, whose GeniusLoci is a match for literal Faerie Queens. He's the warden.
* In-universe: Merlin built the above prison, doing so in such a way that the ''uppermost layers'' of wards confound a spirit of intellect who's been around for centuries if not millennia. It was also built at five different points in time, simultaneously. And, y'know, mentored Arthur and looked after Excalibur for a while and all that.
30th Aug '17 10:15:29 PM bwburke94
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* Starting with [[http://parahumans.wordpress.com/2013/03/30/chrysalis-20-4/#comment-15429 this comment to Chapter 20.4]] of ''Literature/{{Worm}}'', the protagonist Skitter -- a [[TheMinionMaster bug-controlling supervillain]] -- is given the full Website/ChuckNorrisFacts treatment.
-->'''Dues:''' In Brockton Bay arachnophobia is no longer a recognized medical condition. Instead there are several new conditions for people who are not yet deathly afraid of bugs.
*** There used to be a street called Skitter, but it had to be changed because nobody crosses Skitter and lives.
** It's telling that the Skitter facts section of the [[{{Memes/Worm}} Worm memes page]] is longer than the rest of the page, and that around half of the Skitter facts are things that actually happened.
** In one of the final [[http://parahumans.wordpress.com/2013/11/02/teneral-e-1/#comments chapters]], Doctor Yamada (a BadassNormal therapist who helps to stabilize many parahumans' sanity) also became this.
-->'''Veloren:''' Doctor Yamada is a reverse eldritch horror. Exposure to her gives sanity points.
21st Aug '17 6:42:26 PM MasterFuzzy
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* In-universe, the titular character of ''Literature/TheScarletPimpernel.'' He's a ProtoSuperhero, CulturedBadass, master of ObfuscatingStupidity, RefugeInAudacity, and the BatmanGambit. Not to mention that he's TheDreaded for [[HorrifyingTheHorror Robespierre and the entire French Republic.]]

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* In-universe, the titular character of ''Literature/TheScarletPimpernel.'' He's a ProtoSuperhero, CulturedBadass, master of ObfuscatingStupidity, RefugeInAudacity, and the BatmanGambit. Not to mention that he's TheDreaded for [[HorrifyingTheHorror Robespierre and the entire French Republic.Republican government.]]
21st Aug '17 6:42:03 PM MasterFuzzy
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** Attack his girlfriend? He'll kill [[spoiler: your species]].

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** Attack his girlfriend? girlfriend or [[spoiler: daughter]]? He'll kill [[spoiler: your species]].


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** So there's this minor character, Esteban. He's one of the most effective assassins of a race of [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampire monsters]]. When he sees Harry Dresden, he ScreamsLikeALittleGirl and runs for his life.


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* In-universe, the titular character of ''Literature/TheScarletPimpernel.'' He's a ProtoSuperhero, CulturedBadass, master of ObfuscatingStupidity, RefugeInAudacity, and the BatmanGambit. Not to mention that he's TheDreaded for [[HorrifyingTheHorror Robespierre and the entire French Republic.]]
6th Aug '17 6:09:25 AM miruvor
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**** Vetinari successfully defends a moving train (with "frightening efficiency") against multiple opponents while armed with only a SHOVEL, having previously beaten every single Stoker (who are themselves pretty hardened fighters) in friendly sparring matches during his spare time. Not to mention the time he defeated a bunch of cultists trying to assassinate him by defenestrating and subsequently "refenestrating" them. Unless you have the advantage of creating momentary confusion by presenting him with a man who coincidentally happens to look exactly like him, you do not want to mess with him.
27th Jun '17 12:47:08 PM AdelePotter
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* According to fans of ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'', no one can survive a verbal confrontation from the mistress of all {{Deadpan Snarker}}s, Elizabeth Bennet. She'll rip you to shreds and you'll thank her for the honor.
25th Jun '17 11:13:18 AM nombretomado
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* The ''Literature/AxisOfTime'' trilogy turns [[UsefulNotes/TheBritishRoyalFamily Prince Harry]] into one. After being among those accidentally sent into the middle of WorldWarTwo, he personally forms the SAS early in order to conduct raids into German-held territory and even saves Churchill from an assassination attempt by Otto Skorzeny (a RealLife example of this trope). At the end of the trilogy, it's off-handedly mentioned that Harry choked Skorzeny to death. That's right, he's so badass that him killing another badass in hand-to-hand combat doesn't even get a description.

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* The ''Literature/AxisOfTime'' trilogy turns [[UsefulNotes/TheBritishRoyalFamily Prince Harry]] into one. After being among those accidentally sent into the middle of WorldWarTwo, UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, he personally forms the SAS early in order to conduct raids into German-held territory and even saves Churchill from an assassination attempt by Otto Skorzeny (a RealLife example of this trope). At the end of the trilogy, it's off-handedly mentioned that Harry choked Skorzeny to death. That's right, he's so badass that him killing another badass in hand-to-hand combat doesn't even get a description.
4th Jun '17 8:51:01 AM nombretomado
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* Levels of Victor Cachat worship on the ''Literature/HonorHarrington'' page make him one of the TVTropes-specific examples.

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* Levels of Victor Cachat worship on the ''Literature/HonorHarrington'' page make him one of the TVTropes-specific Wiki/TVTropes-specific examples.
31st May '17 8:14:21 PM nombretomado
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** Jaime Lannister, an in-story memetic badass of the series, also became a fandom memetic badass in Suvudu.com's "cage matches." The site pit 32 fictional characters against each other in one-on-one fights to the finish. Due to reader votes, Jaime Lannister defeated [[Literature/HarryPotter Hermione Granger]], [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]], Literature/{{Temeraire}}, and [[TheNameOfTheWind Kvothe]] in spite of being so obviously overmatched due being an otherwise normal human lacking any magical ability and [[spoiler:his sword hand]]. Rising backlash over his success ultimately caused him to lose to [[TheWheelOfTime Rand al'Thor]] in the final round, though George R. R. Martin did pen a very good [[http://grrm.livejournal.com/147038.html short story]] on how he believes the duel should go, which manages to pay tribute to his late friend's work as well as examine the fundamental differences in their worlds.

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** Jaime Lannister, an in-story memetic badass of the series, also became a fandom memetic badass in Suvudu.com's "cage matches." The site pit 32 fictional characters against each other in one-on-one fights to the finish. Due to reader votes, Jaime Lannister defeated [[Literature/HarryPotter Hermione Granger]], [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Cthulhu]], Literature/{{Temeraire}}, and [[TheNameOfTheWind Kvothe]] in spite of being so obviously overmatched due being an otherwise normal human lacking any magical ability and [[spoiler:his sword hand]]. Rising backlash over his success ultimately caused him to lose to [[TheWheelOfTime [[Literature/TheWheelOfTime Rand al'Thor]] in the final round, though George R. R. Martin did pen a very good [[http://grrm.livejournal.com/147038.html short story]] on how he believes the duel should go, which manages to pay tribute to his late friend's work as well as examine the fundamental differences in their worlds.



* Among fans of ''TheWheelOfTime'', Bela. Bela is ''ta'veren'', Bela is the Creator, Bela is a Darkfriend, or Bela will kill the Dark One. For the uninformed, Bela is a horse. Not a CoolHorse, but a damned reliable one.

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* Among fans of ''TheWheelOfTime'', ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'', Bela. Bela is ''ta'veren'', Bela is the Creator, Bela is a Darkfriend, or Bela will kill the Dark One. For the uninformed, Bela is a horse. Not a CoolHorse, but a damned reliable one.
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