'''Basic Trope''': A family in the story are badasses when together.
* '''Straight''': In the RPG ''Legendary Heroes'', the main characters Alice, Bob, Carol, and Dan are all cousins and siblings (Bob and Dan are brothers to Alice and Carol respectively).
* '''Exaggerated''': Their parents and grandparents join the party.
* '''Downplayed''': David and his son Edgar are martial artists but his brother and wife are not.
** The main characters inherit the power of the five children.
** The main characters are part of a warrior caste trained from childhood in martial arts.
* '''Inverted''': With more relatives, they become a PowerLimiter for each other.
* '''Subverted''': The family members are all fighting ''[[BigScrewedUpFamily each other]]''.
* '''Double Subverted''': The family was fighting each other for only a short time. Then they continue fighting the villains.
* '''Parodied''': A family of badasses who [[DysfunctionalFamily continuously bicker]] while they fight the villains.
* '''Zig Zagged''': Some families are martial artists (or otherwise skilled in fighting) but other families aren't skilled in fighting.
* '''Averted''': The family have no fighting skills whatsoever.
* '''Enforced''': "We need more badasses, but we can't add more characters! I know, let's make an existing family fighting experts!"
* '''Lampshaded''': "The family that kicks butt together, stays together."
* '''Invoked''': The family starts training in fighting.
* '''Exploited''': The family's enemies know that if you can get [[RetiredBadass Grandma]], then you can lure everyone else into a trap.
* '''Defied''': The family stops fighting.
* '''Discussed''': "Look, honey. You're an action mom, I'm an action dad. The only way our kids are going to ''survive'' to adulthood is if we train them to keep up."
* '''Conversed''': "You ever noticed that ass-kicking seems to run in the family as far as these kind of shows are concerned?"
* '''Implied''': Mom and dad's careers are well-known, but when they're out on a mission, some dumb crooks break in. One GilliganCut later, the kids have the crooks hogtied and are arguing over whose turn it is to polish the weapons.
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