History PlayingWith / BarBrawl

19th Oct '17 8:31:40 PM randomtroper89
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** Alternately, the ensuing BarBrawl does not necessarily escape the bar, but it literally demolishes the place by either mundane or superhuman means. There is literally no bar left standing, just a flaming or torn-down husk of what once was a bar.

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** Alternately, the ensuing BarBrawl does not necessarily escape the bar, but it The bar is literally demolishes demolished to the place by either mundane or superhuman means. There point where is literally no bar left standing, just a flaming or torn-down husk of what once was a bar.



** All of the bar patrons are {{Boisterous Bruiser}}s, they're not fighting out of anger, just looking for a friendly scrap.



** TheGunslinger recruits the BountyHunter as an OptionalPartyMember.
* '''Enforced''': BadGuyBar, TheWestern, two competing HairMetal or VisualKei bands walk into a bar in 1986.

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** TheGunslinger recruits the BountyHunter as an OptionalPartyMember.
* '''Enforced''': BadGuyBar, TheWestern, two competing HairMetal or VisualKei bands walk The writers want to add an all out brawl into the movie, and decide that a bar in 1986.is a good place.
8th Oct '17 1:03:10 PM SeptimusHeap
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** The fight actually began ''outside'' the bar (or is brought into it from outside) and is calmed once the parties get inside and are pulled apart, have a drink or five, or TheBartender or TheBouncer talks or beats (depending on which) some sense into them.

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** The fight actually began ''outside'' the bar (or is brought into it from outside) and is calmed once the parties get inside and are pulled apart, have a drink or five, or TheBartender or TheBouncer The {{Bouncer}} talks or beats (depending on which) some sense into them.



* '''Zig Zagged''': Bob and Alice are at the bar. Charlie flirts with Alice and Bob punches him. TheBouncer sees this and runs over, which causes the bar patrons who are Bob's friends to attack him, leading to a BarBrawl. Someone announces the police are on the way, and the fight abruptly ends - only to begin later as a DinerBrawl when Bob's friend sees the bouncer at the diner later on.

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* '''Zig Zagged''': Bob and Alice are at the bar. Charlie flirts with Alice and Bob punches him. TheBouncer The {{Bouncer}} sees this and runs over, which causes the bar patrons who are Bob's friends to attack him, leading to a BarBrawl. Someone announces the police are on the way, and the fight abruptly ends - only to begin later as a DinerBrawl when Bob's friend sees the bouncer at the diner later on.



** Bob and Alice are at the bar. Charlie flirts with Alice and Bob punches him. TheBouncer sees this and runs over, quickly escorting both out of the bar, knowing them to be troublemakers. Meanwhile, TheBartender gets Ted a new drink and offers some soothing words.

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** Bob and Alice are at the bar. Charlie flirts with Alice and Bob punches him. TheBouncer The {{Bouncer}} sees this and runs over, quickly escorting both out of the bar, knowing them to be troublemakers. Meanwhile, TheBartender gets Ted a new drink and offers some soothing words.
5th Dec '16 5:58:06 PM VPhantom
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* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': The entire point of the BarBrawl is to make the characters involved look petty, spiteful, and pointlessly violent, or alternately, to make them seen as badass and capable fighters even when drunk.


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* '''Plot Foundation''': The entire point of the BarBrawl is to make the characters involved look petty, spiteful, and pointlessly violent; or to make them seen as badass and capable fighters even when drunk.
5th Dec '16 11:09:03 AM Morgenthaler
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** The BarBrawl is used to establish a character as a {{badass}}.

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** The BarBrawl is used to establish a character as a {{badass}}.badass.



** Street Rat gets an undeserved reputation for being {{Badass}}, as does Last Dance, when the most actually {{Badass}} thing either band has done other than fight is not burn themselves while using their hair straighteners.

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** Street Rat gets an undeserved reputation for being {{Badass}}, badass, as does Last Dance, when the most actually {{Badass}} badass thing either band has done other than fight is not burn themselves while using their hair straighteners.



* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': The entire point of the BarBrawl is to make the characters involved look petty, spiteful, and pointlessly violent, or alternately, to make them seen as {{badass}} and capable fighters even when drunk.

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* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': The entire point of the BarBrawl is to make the characters involved look petty, spiteful, and pointlessly violent, or alternately, to make them seen as {{badass}} badass and capable fighters even when drunk.
8th Dec '15 2:52:22 PM mariic
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** [[Series/RedDwarf The bar patrons clean up the bar instead of trashing it.]]
9th Nov '15 12:15:23 PM randomtroper89
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* '''Straight''':
** Bob and Alice are at the bar. Charlie flirts with Alice and Bob punches him - unfortunately knocking him into Ted, who is quite angry that Bob spilled his expensive whiskey all over his new suit. Ted throws his glass at Bob, but misses and hits Carol, who throws her beer bottle back at Ted but hits Joe instead, who throws his own bottle...
** Bob is a member of [[HairMetal Street]] [[FakeBand Rat]] at a bar with his band circa 1988. Charlie, who leads a rival band rumored to have [[{{Plagiarism}} ripped off]] Street Rat's style and one of their songs, arrives with his own band in tow for drinks. Someone recognizes someone else, throws a punch, and the fight is on.
** Charlie is TheGunslinger in a Western or SpaceWestern or CattlePunk setting. He stopped into the bar for a quiet drink and a few moments of peace, not noticing the BountyHunter at the table...

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* '''Straight''':
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'''Straight''': Bob and Alice are at the bar. Charlie flirts with Alice and Bob punches him - unfortunately knocking him into Ted, who is quite angry that Bob spilled his expensive whiskey all over his new suit. Ted throws his glass at Bob, but misses and hits Carol, who throws her beer bottle back at Ted but hits Joe instead, who throws his own bottle...
** Bob is a member of [[HairMetal Street]] [[FakeBand Rat]] at a bar with his band circa 1988. Charlie, who leads a rival band rumored to have [[{{Plagiarism}} ripped off]] Street Rat's style and one of their songs, arrives with his own band in tow for drinks. Someone recognizes someone else, throws a punch, and the fight is on.
** Charlie is TheGunslinger in a Western or SpaceWestern or CattlePunk setting. He stopped into the bar for a quiet drink and a few moments of peace, not noticing the BountyHunter at the table...
bottle...



** Bob and Alice are at the bar. Charlie flirts with Bob, and Bob reciprocates. Alice is a YaoiFangirl who is quite happy to see that her best friends finally found their love for each other.
** Fans of [[FakeBand Street Rat]] and fans of [[FakeBand Last Dance]] are the ones who get into the fight. The band members themselves sigh at yet more FanDumb.
** The BountyHunter is just trying to have a quiet peaceful drink when TheGunslinger takes a shot at him or her.
16th Aug '15 1:06:37 PM SetsunasaNiWa
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'''Basic Trope''': A fight scene, [[CaptainObvious happening in a bar]], where the emphasis is less on fighting skill and more on [[KungShui destruction of furniture]].

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'''Basic Trope''': A fight scene, [[CaptainObvious happening in a bar]], bar, where the emphasis is less on fighting skill and more on [[KungShui destruction of furniture]].
16th Jul '15 3:09:51 PM MagBas
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** No one is seriously hurt despite all of the flying fists, feet, bottles, furniture, and everything else, possibly due to luck, possibly due to everyone being too drunk or no one really wanting to seriously harm anyone. There are either no police/authorities, or for some reason (possibly related to UnfortunateImplications) they just don't care about a bar brawl where no one was seriously injured or killed.

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** No one is seriously hurt despite all of the flying fists, feet, bottles, furniture, and everything else, possibly due to luck, possibly due to everyone being too drunk or no one really wanting to seriously harm anyone. There are either no police/authorities, or for some reason (possibly related to UnfortunateImplications) they just don't care about a bar brawl where no one was seriously injured or killed.
15th Dec '13 1:28:52 PM randomtroper89
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** The BarBrawl is referred to as a joke or has undergone MemeticMutation despite being serious at the time it happened.

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** The BarBrawl is referred to as Bob and Charlie have a joke or has undergone MemeticMutation despite being serious at the time it happened. fist fight, but no one else joins in.
15th Dec '13 1:27:32 PM randomtroper89
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** The bar is in a perpetual state of brawl, no one does anything.

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** There is always a brawl going on at the pub. The bar is in a perpetual state of brawl, no one does anything.bartender doesn't even care anymore.
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