Let me try my hand at this.
Crowner: Some of the examples in the "Hard-hitting Speedsters" section of Lightning Bruiser
do not match the trope description. Lightning Bruiser
is defined as excelling in offense, defense, and speed, not lacking in any of those categories. Some of the examples in the aforementioned section only reference good offense and speed, but either have bad defense or don't even mention defense. Indeed, even the name of the section, "Hard-hitting Speedsters", does not make any reference to defense.
- Do nothing. (I don't think we need a separate crowner to decide to take action or not. There IS a problem, the only question is how serious it is.)
- Rename the "Hard-hitting Speedsters" section and clean up the examples that don't match.
- Delete the "Hard-hitting Speedsters" and put any salvaged examples from that section that actually match the description in the "Other" section.
I actually think we might need two crowners. We could include where to put the misplaced examples in the first crowner, but I think it would be too confusing.
Crowner: Where do we put the cleaned up examples from Lightning Bruiser
that have good offense and speed, but bad defense?
- Delete them.
- Put them in Glass Cannon.*
- Create a subtrope of Glass Cannon defined as excelling in good offense and speed, but having bad defense.* This trope and Mighty Glacier would essentially be two sides of the same triangle.
- Create a separate trope defined as excelling in good offense and speed, but having bad defense. Clean up and transfer all the examples in Glass Cannon that meet that definition to the new trope, and redefine Glass Cannon as having poor speed in addition to the existing poor defense drawback.
edited 3rd Jul '12 6:56:53 PM by shiro_okami