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06:21:43 AM Feb 15th 2014
"This Trope is actually very inaccurate when you compare it to Real Life. If you were to watch every episode of Star Trek: The Original Series, count the number of casualties that the Enterprise had, and then compare that to an actual military, you'd see that Kirk's record as a leader in this regard is excellent, far better than any general in U.S. history. Even war heroes like George Washington and Dwight Eisenhower had proportionately more casualties among their troops."

Can we think of a better example or something? Because as is we're comparing the casualty rate of armys in legit wars with the captain of a single crew during peacetime. It's a really meaningless comparison, I just don't have anything better.
07:06:29 PM Oct 26th 2010
I pulled this from the quote page:
Hear me unbelievers. You have come here to die. The immortal Emperor is with us and we are invincible.
His soldiers will strike you down.
His war machines will crush you under their mighty treads.
His mighty guns will bring the very sky crashing down upon you. You cannot win.
The Emperor has given us his greatest weapon to wield. So make yourselves ready. We are the first Kronus regiment, and today is our VICTORY DAY!
Governor Militant Lukas Alexander, Dawn of War: Dark Crusade

Because it does not represent this trope at all; this is much more a Badass Boast.
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