Looking at an archive, the page was about how "awesomeness" allows a character to noticeably affect people simply by their presence (such as that Kung Fu Panda
thing about the legendary warrior who blinded people without needing to do anything). Still is, but the description doesn't emphasize the whole "noticeable effect without doing anything at all" requirement very much. A few examples look terribly shoehorned:
Prussia from Axis Powers Hetalia
seems to only think
that he's too awesome. Though given his Blood Knight
tendencies and refusal to die despite not technically being a country anymore, it's not entirely
uh, no mention of the whole "causes tangible harm through their presence" thing whatsoever. Looks as if whomever added this didn't read the description.
In Billy Vs SNAKEMAN
, if a player manages to obtain trophies (ranging in difficulty from completing low-level plotlines to beating an insanely difficult, once a week minigame eleven times), Awesome points are given out which can be spent on bonus abilities. Also, certain levels of awesome are required for some quests.
Again, no mention of the "tangible physical effect" thing. Actually, looks like whomever added this just did so because the word "awesome" was used in the work.
In A Very Potter Sequel
describes time travel as being so awesome, you'll shit your pants. Ron actually does.
Uh, hello, this is about characters, not an activity.
Yeah, some of the examples look like people are just using this as a dumping ground for "X is awesome!!11!" instead of "character is so awesome that their mere presence causes tangible physical effect".
edited 2nd Oct '12 9:15:31 AM by ThatHuman