Laconic Implacable Man Discussion

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Lopiny
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10:36:18 AM May 16th 2015
I am not sure this is the right description. An implacable man, going by what's in the actual trope page, isn't simply a determinator, it's simply part of the package. They seem to also have the physical attributes to back it up even further than a determinator does, they get put out of commission but always come back, and are hard to put in there in the first place.

Trope decay, or wrong laconic description?
TheNerfGuy
05:30:23 AM Nov 27th 2015
Another user changed the laconic. However, a query on Ask The Tropers has confirmed that the new laconic misrepresents the trope, so a change is in order.

I think it should go like "A relentless pursuer who will never let anything short of destruction or accomplishing its goal stop it." Is that a viable laconic?
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http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/remarks.php?trope=Laconic.ImplacableMan