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Ambiguous Name: How Much More Can He Take get usage counts

Specifically, "How Much More Can He Take, because everyone involved is so insanely overpowered that I have no idea how much damage any of these attacks are doing". Which is to say, far too specific for that name.
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 2 Another Duck, Wed, 8th Aug '12 3:27:48 AM from Stockholm Relationship Status: In season
No, the other one.
Is there misuse that shows that tropers find it ambiguous?
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Well, I just removed it from Last Chance Hit Point, which was the only wick I've ever seen for it anywhere.

admittedly a rather small sample size

also, it has only 80 wicks despite predating the current discussion pages, so it's not exactly getting used

edited 9th Aug '12 1:32:37 AM by billybobfred

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 4 Another Duck, Thu, 9th Aug '12 2:40:50 AM from Stockholm Relationship Status: In season
No, the other one.
Is 80 wicks really that bad? It doesn't ring any underuse bells for me.
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... actually, reading the example list, I'm starting to wonder how it's supposed to be any different from Critical Existence Failure.

yes that's unrelated. i honestly don't know if 80 wicks is underuse for a trope that's been around for years. it sounds like it would be, but it's a fairly specific one.

edited 9th Aug '12 9:31:04 PM by billybobfred

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The visual interpretation of combat in most Video Games follows this trope to a T...; until you suffer Critical Existence Failure, you're just as effective as you ever were.

edited 11th Aug '12 11:14:20 PM by Stratadrake

 7 lu 127, Tue, 16th Oct '12 11:03:33 AM from the Forest of Thorns Relationship Status: Loves me...loves me not
Clocking.
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Is there misuse that shows that tropers find it ambiguous?

Well, a significant portion of the examples on the page itself are just "character takes a lot of punishment".

 9 Fighteer, Thu, 18th Oct '12 8:34:19 AM from the Time Vortex Relationship Status: Dancing with Captain Jack Harkness
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As written, this is a fan interpretation. It would be more of a trope if it talked about its use In-Universe, with characters actively commenting on it.

 10 lu 127, Sat, 26th Jan '13 4:20:33 AM from the Forest of Thorns Relationship Status: Loves me...loves me not
Stale with an expired clock. Off to the morgue.
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