->''He was from a long great military tradition. Somebody from his family had fought and died in every single American war ''(Cue to a DeathMontage of every Lt. Dan's ancestor agony before his death, with a different war uniform)''. I guess you could say he had a lot to live up to.''
-->--'''Film/ForrestGump'''

->'''[[TheEvilGenius Tattletale]]''': [[GadgeteerGenius Armsmaster]] has a fancy computer system in his suit, set it up to predict [[OmnicidalManiac Leviathanís]] movements and actions. [[TimeMaster Clockblocker]] tagged the Endbringer, put him on pause long enough for Armsmaster to set up the playing field the way he wanted it, with that [[AwesomenessByAnalysis predictive program]]. Leviathanís going after the [[BarrierWarrior people who can make forcefields]], and Armsmaster uses this, dangles [[ThoseWackyNazis Kaiser]] like bait, puts more villains Ė Fenja and Menja- in the way to Kaiser. Sure enough, Leviathan marks Kaiser as a target, charges through the conveniently arranged villains, and goes straight to the spot where [[VillainProtagonist Skitter]] is.
->'''[[CaptainPatriotic Miss Militia]]''': (''Quietly'') [[OhCrap Oh no]].
->'''[[FallenHero Armsmaster]]''': This is nonsense. [[MoralEventHorizon Heroes died too]].
->'''Tattletale''': To your credit, if any credit is due, that was an accident. Your program canít account for that many variables, probably, in the chaos of a bunch of [[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual capes]] trying to keep Leviathan pinned down. Either way, Leviathan did as you wanted, followed the path you plotted. You used a directed EMP blast to nuke Skitterís armband, ensuring that she couldnít report Leviathanís position and call in reinforcements, buying you time to take on Leviathan one on one. Who cares if she dies, after all? Sheís a villain, and youíre positive youíll win, [[LetNoCrisisGoToWaste that itíll be worth the body count you just allowed Leviathan to rack up]]. [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption Except you lost]].
-->--'''Tattletale''' helpfully explains to Armsmaster how he transitioned to this trope from GlorySeeker, ''Literature/{{Worm}}'', [[http://parahumans.wordpress.com/category/stories-arcs-1-10/arc-8-extermination/8-7/ Extermination 8.7]]


->''Full many a bloody strife is fought in vain,\\
Because its youthful general needs a victory.''
-->--'''Wallenstein''', ''[[Theatre/{{Wallenstein}} Wallenstein: The Piccolomini]]'', II 7

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