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Goremand
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01:10:23 PM May 14th 2012
I really like how the picture and caption expertly describes the trope using a well known pop culture example, without a single joke to confusing the issue.

On this website, nothing is more refreshing than the absence of humour.
NimmerStill
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11:16:51 AM May 9th 2012
These are also called "thugs" right?
paulmil
07:29:42 PM Oct 26th 2012
Don't forget "goons".
Ghyslain
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12:30:40 PM Sep 15th 2011
"Note #2: It's also a mostly obsolete racial slur against Italians, so use with caution."

Open up Video Games, see first line

"GOOMBAS!"
deadmanRise
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02:47:06 PM Jun 23rd 2011
edited by deadmanRise
What's the proper pronunciation of the term "mook"? Does it rhyme with book, or spook?
whatthefbomb
06:32:38 PM Aug 24th 2011
I've always pronounced it like "spook," but I have nothing to base it on.
nrjxll
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10:31:37 PM Jan 16th 2011
What's with the angry tone of the article? Seems to be a lot of complaining about having these guys be mowed down by the heroes. We have a different trope for that.
AOTKorby
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07:41:58 PM Aug 15th 2010
Does anyone know what the actual Trope Namer is?
wswordsmen
05:44:18 PM Dec 17th 2010
edited by wswordsmen
Batman??? Only place I have ever seen the word used (T Vtropes not withstanding of course).
CrypticMirror
02:05:35 PM Dec 19th 2010
edited by CrypticMirror
Mean Streets I think.
wswordsmen
03:21:14 PM Dec 21st 2010
Cryptic Mirror add mean streets as an example it should be in there if it is possible Trope Namer.
93.156.1.50
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06:02:07 PM Aug 13th 2010
For video games, zombies of left 4 dead 1\2

and special zombies like Tank or Witch as elite mooks.
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