Genre Savvy: Roleplay
- Destroy The Godmodder: the title character. Unfortunately he's also the bad guy, and uses this, combined with his incredibly unfair powers, to make himself nearly invincible.
- STO Forum: Versus thread (rp): Kanril Eleya shows flashes of this. Before investigating a ruin in the jungle Eleya thoroughly scans it with her tricorder first. (The player notes in a footnote that in the fanfic series she was imported from, Eleya is a massive fan of Earth science fiction.)
starswordc: No sense ending up like so many Indiana Jones sidekicks by walking into some booby trap that miraculously still works perfectly after eleventy-thousand years.
- Dino Attack RPG:
- When it comes to disposing of bodies, Amanda Claw knows where not to hide them. This is an interesting case, because she's being Genre Savvy about villains who might be Dangerously Genre Savvy.
- Rex, Reptile, and other characters have mused that XERRD seems to follow nearly every villain cliche, right down to Herr Doktor.
- Anybody from LEGO Island, apparently. This includes Andrew and Zachary. Probably because they're Pop Cultured Badasses and can recognize most of the tropes used in the RPG. Likewise, there's Laxus who, while not from LEGO Island, is also a Pop-Cultured Badass like most Martians.
- Stranger, to a lesser extent. This is best exemplified by the quote on the RPG's main tropes page.
- Databoard knew fully well when Kotua would be leading him into a trap, and would often use this against him.
- Spy's savviness is ultimately got him killed before he could expose The Mole.
- No Matter What Happens, I Still Won't Become An Anime Character:
- Sakura Kokoro has anime plot hook spotting down to a science. Justified, as the whole point of the game is to avoid being entangled in an anime plot.