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06:10:41 AM Sep 15th 2012
edited by lu127
The following are Zero Context Examples. They need to be expanded according to How to Write an Example. A lot of them are also misused.

    Manga & Anime 
  • Bora on Dragon Ball.
  • Shaman King has two: Silva and an Ainu example, Horohoro.
    • Only two? The entire Patch tribe is shown to be highly badass. And Horohoro's father is one of the strongest shamans on the planet.
  • One Piece: Wyper the Berserker.
    • Don't forget about his ancestor, Calgara.

    Comic Books 
  • The Proudstar brothers are made of this trope.
  • Peace Party is in many ways a subversion of this trope. They're Hopi, and their occupations don't scream "badass".
  • Turok lives this trope.
  • Quinlan Vos. Dooku's last padawan, saves a Twi'lek girl from slavery who happens to be Force-sensitive herself, survives Order 66, and joins Nejaa Halcyon, Plo Koon, Ki-Adi-Mundi, and Anakin Skywalker on the list of, ahem, "code breakers".
  • Image Comics' Cyberforce features Robert Bearclaw, alias Ripclaw, who is essentially a Native American Warrior Poet Wolverine.
  • Team 7 in Wet Works had two of these in their ranks — Nicholas "Crossbones" Jones and Maritza "Pilgrim" Blackbird. Crossbones is a Scarily Competent Tracker and guerilla fighter; Pilgrim is a sniper and recon expert.
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