08:46:29 PM Sep 16th 2013
do yall think that "a Knight's tale" counts. At the end you know "WILLLIAAAAAAAAM"
08:04:34 PM May 15th 2013
- "In The Odyssey, Odysseus just kicked the butt out of a Cyclops, Polyphemos. As he leaves he brilliantly declares "Kyklops,/if ever mortal man inquire/how you were put to shame and blinded, tell him/Odysseus, raider of cities, took your eye:/Laertes' son, whose home's on Ithaka!" He may as well have given him the precise longitude and lattitude of his house, and just thrown in his social security number, too.
- Protip: if you live in Greece's "Age of Heroes" and you're already well acquainted with several mean-tempered gods, wounding the son of Poseidon is almost as dumb as killing Inigo Montoya's dad."
12:58:15 AM Nov 17th 2012
Would Dracula's Intruduction and reveal in "Van Helsing" (2004) be considered as such? "Allow me to reintroduce myself. I am Count Vladislaus Dragulia. Born: 1422. Murdered: 1462."
01:01:05 PM Feb 21st 2012
In fear of fucking up the usual coolness that is T Vtropes, I just wanted to drop a note that Blackstar REALLY needs to be on this page, unless the sheer stupidity of his makes him unqualified for that. Really, even after going through all the rules of assassination tactics, he jumps down on the table his target is sitting at, WITH 10 GUARDS, and proceeds to announce in a very much Large Ham'ish way, that "I am the great assassin Blackstar, and I've come here to assassinate your all! YAHOOO" Only reason it shouldn't qualify is because he actually had to flee the scene, but considering he managed to defeat the guy who curb stomped Al Pacone and his associates, he probably could have done the same as well.
02:40:46 PM Jul 22nd 2010