History PlayingWith / DangerouslyGenreSavvy

14th Mar '16 9:26:10 PM KillerClowns
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* '''Subverted''': Mr. Razor puts a bullet through the hero's brain and throws him out with the trash. Unfortunately, the hero was a {{Superhero}} who regenerates the wound and is soon back for vengeance.

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* '''Subverted''': Mr. Razor puts a bullet through the hero's brain and throws him out with the trash. Unfortunately, [[WrongGenreSavvy Unfortunately for him]], the hero was a {{Superhero}} who regenerates the wound and is soon back for vengeance.
13th Feb '16 4:42:49 AM Mhazard
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Back to DangerouslyGenreSavvy, I know you're going to leave this page, which is why I posted a hyperlink for you.

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Back to DangerouslyGenreSavvy, I know you're going to leave this page, which is why I posted a here's the hyperlink for you.
13th Feb '16 4:41:41 AM Mhazard
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Back to DangerouslyGenreSavvy

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Back to DangerouslyGenreSavvyDangerouslyGenreSavvy, I know you're going to leave this page, which is why I posted a hyperlink for you.
7th Jul '15 6:47:38 PM doorhandle
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* '''Exploited''': ???

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* '''Exploited''': ???Despite razor's best efforts, Dr. Chechovstein is able to counter his every move, simply by thinking a) [[VillainBall What would a cliche villain do in this situation]] b) [[DefiedTrope What would Mr. Razor do to avoid that]] and c) how to counter that last move.
29th Mar '15 11:31:39 AM VPhantom
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** Mr. Razor's Dangerously Genre Savvy ways cause him to lose allies and/or drive away potential ones who dislike his ruthless methods, gain more enemies who hate his PragmaticVillainy, [[TheDreaded and nobody will see him as anything but a completely serious and credible villain]]. This gets to a point where [[ZeroPercentApprovalRatingvirtually everyone seriously wants him dead]] and where he's doomed to not getting out of it all unscathed as savvy as he is, [[DeathByGenreSavvy and it will ultimately end]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath in a most unpleasant end for him should he lose]] [[PayEvilUntoEvil since his actions were just begging for it]].
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** '''Reconstructed''': Mr. Razor isn't ''intentionally'' using genre tropes to his advantage; he's simply a [[MagnificentBastard very intelligent, cunning man]] who is using human nature to his advantage, and avoiding any stupid mistakes.

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** Mr. Razor's Dangerously Genre Savvy ways cause him to lose allies and/or drive away potential ones who dislike his ruthless methods, gain more enemies who hate his PragmaticVillainy, [[TheDreaded and nobody will see him as anything but a completely serious and credible villain]]. This gets to a point where [[ZeroPercentApprovalRatingvirtually [[ZeroPercentApprovalRating virtually everyone seriously wants him dead]] and where he's doomed to not getting out of it all unscathed as savvy as he is, [[DeathByGenreSavvy and it will ultimately end]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath in a most unpleasant end for him should he lose]] [[PayEvilUntoEvil since his actions were just begging for it]].
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* '''Reconstructed''':
** '''Reconstructed''': Mr. Razor isn't ''intentionally'' using genre tropes to his advantage; he's simply a [[MagnificentBastard very intelligent, cunning man]] who is using human nature to his advantage, and avoiding any stupid mistakes.
29th Mar '15 9:05:34 AM BlueSunStudios
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29th Mar '15 5:39:23 AM BlueSunStudios
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* '''Reconstructed''': Mr. Razor isn't ''intentionally'' using genre tropes to his advantage; he's simply a [[MagnificentBastard very intelligent, cunning man]] who is using human nature to his advantage, and avoiding any stupid mistakes.

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* ** Mr. Razor's Dangerously Genre Savvy ways cause him to lose allies and/or drive away potential ones who dislike his ruthless methods, gain more enemies who hate his PragmaticVillainy, [[TheDreaded and nobody will see him as anything but a completely serious and credible villain]]. This gets to a point where [[ZeroPercentApprovalRatingvirtually everyone seriously wants him dead]] and where he's doomed to not getting out of it all unscathed as savvy as he is, [[DeathByGenreSavvy and it will ultimately end]] [[CruelAndUnusualDeath in a most unpleasant end for him should he lose]] [[PayEvilUntoEvil since his actions were just begging for it]].
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'''Reconstructed''': Mr. Razor isn't ''intentionally'' using genre tropes to his advantage; he's simply a [[MagnificentBastard very intelligent, cunning man]] who is using human nature to his advantage, and avoiding any stupid mistakes.mistakes.
** Given how Mr. Razor has secured his victory through very practical and sensible solutions he earns himself some points for at least winning through being as smart as possible and becomes liked by the audience for using logical and well thought out steps to secure their victory.
** Of course, people take him completely seriously ''because'' he's Dangerously Genre Savvy, and he in response takes everyone else much more seriously. Mr. Razor has most likely saw this coming and is very capable of practical planning around these slights to come out on top in the game.
31st Dec '14 3:41:25 PM StongRadd
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** Alternatively, a GenreBlind SpannerInTheWorks, who defeats his enemies out of pure cluelessness.

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** Alternatively, a GenreBlind SpannerInTheWorks, who [[AchievementsInIgnorance defeats his enemies out of pure cluelessness.cluelessness]].
16th Apr '14 8:49:35 PM SnakeEyes
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** Mr. Razor's plans have failed multiple times and this time he is not taking any chances, lest everything fail once again.
8th Feb '13 7:13:08 PM skywerewolf
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* '''Downplayed''': ???

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* '''Downplayed''': ???Mr. Razor explains his plans to the hero, and then drops him to almost certain doom in the form of a simple spike pit.
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