Lantern Jaw of Justice: Being a Bruce Campbell character, he's gotta be this trope. In Poker Night 2, Sam says he envies Ash and Brock's chins, and wishes he had one like theirs. Ash tells him it's not the size of the chin, but what you do with it that counts.
Large Ham: Naturally. Army Of Darkness and the varied video games have him hammy as he wants to be.
Let's Get Dangerous / Took a Level in Badass: It can be argued that the minute the minute he gets that chainsaw, Ash goes from hapless goof with the worst weekend ever going for him to the baddest slayer of evil this side of cinema.
Ash's girlfriend in the first movie. Ash was in a pretty good relationship with her, before the demon attacks them. She ends up being possesed by the demon and Ash ends up having to kill her. Regardless, she continues to appear in the sequels via flashbacks.
A character exclusive to Ash's appearance in Telltale's Poker Night 2, Wendy is Ash's girlfriend (and later fiancee). She's a kindergarten teacher, and Ash has big plans for their life together. They're gonna settle down, have a nice honeymoon, fix up the Oldsmobile, raise a few kids... Deadites start showing up whenever Wendy and Ash are together, and Wendy is later revealed to be the spirit of the Necronomicon.
Wacky Marriage Proposal: Ash proposed to her by slipping a ring in her margarita, serenading her with a mariachi band... and then the Deadites showed up. He finished them off by the time the food came, though.
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The Evil Dead
Portrayed By: Ellen Sandweiss
Butt Monkey: She hears the first Join us!. It's just the start of really bad things for her.
Genre Savvy: Although he gets there waaay too late to be very helpful (see below), Eric is the first one to realize what's happening. He quickly accepts the supernatural nature of the events and studies the Necronomicon to figure out how to stop them. He even tries to burn the Necronomicon at one point, under the logic that destroying the cause of the Demon's arrival might stop it, but the book displays immunity to fire.
Made of Iron: Endures a helluva lot of punishment for reading the spells from the book.
Rasputinian Death: He's stabbed with a mirror shard, then a syringe, then shot several times with a nail gun, and then beaten with a crowbar. And it still takes him a little while to finally succumb.
To clarify: The book was wrapped in plastic then bound with barbed wire. The pages had several warnings to never read or write anything in the book and the spell that causes all the problems had every letter scribbled out. So Eric went through a lot of trouble to accidentally unleash a being of pure evil.
Spirited Young Lady: Something of a leader to the group. Olivia is smart and the one who came up with the idea to go to the cabin to help Mia with her drug habit, though some of her methods are intense.
Portrayed By: Elizabeth Blackmore
Advertised Extra: Despite the film being an ensemble, Natalie doesn't really do anything important.
An Arm and a Leg: Amputates her arm after it becomes infected with.... something. Unlike the original, it doesn't work.
Dying as Yourself: Possibly. After being killed as a Deadite, she apparently reverts back to herself before succumbing to her wounds. Though it may have been the Deadite messing with David.