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%%* HammyHerald



* HypercompetentSidekick: Sort of, as he is the intelligence officer and chief administrator in Clu's regime.
%%* MookLieutenant

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* HypercompetentSidekick: HyperCompetentSidekick: Sort of, as he is the intelligence officer and chief administrator in Clu's regime.
%%* MookLieutenant
regime.



%%* YouHaveFailedMe


%%* NerdsAreSexy



%%* BadassBeard
%%* BadassLongcoat
%%* BadassLongRobe



%%* CoolOldGuy
%%* DisappearedDad



%%* HermitGuru



%%* TheCameo



%%* AcePilot
%%* ActionGirl



%%* GenkiGirl



* LastOfHerKind: [[spoiler:Quorra's the last [=ISO=] after the Great Purge.]]

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* LastOfHerKind: LastOfHisKind: [[spoiler:Quorra's the last [=ISO=] after the Great Purge.]]



%%* ScifiBobHaircut



%%* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman



%%* ContemplativeBoss



%%* DeadlyDisc



%%* EnemyWithout



%%* FaceHeelTurn



%%* MoralSociopathy
%%* ANaziByAnyOtherName



%%* PermaStubble



%%* EvilAllAlong



%%* CreepyMonotone



%%* FaceHeelTurn
%%* FemmeFatale



%%* MsFanservice
%%* SexyWalk


* ManInWhite: Wears all white with white TronLines, white hair, and a translucent cane. In fact, the whole End of Line Club is pure white.



* WomanInWhite: All white suit with white TronLines and white hair.



%%* WomanInWhite


* StreetSmart: Sam is actually giftedly smart in the conventional sense. However, the combination of his mother and father both disappearing from his life before he was ten, and his grandparents both dying at some unspecified point later, contributed to a very poor upbringing that forced him to become this trope. Notably, he was accepted into CalTech, which is no mean feat, but lacked the discipline to complete his education there. Throughout the film he displays qualities of this trope by being very quick on the uptake and able to adjust quickly to new conditions.

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* StreetSmart: Sam is actually giftedly smart in the conventional sense. However, the combination of his mother and father both disappearing from his life before he was ten, and his grandparents both dying at some unspecified point later, contributed to a very poor upbringing that forced him to become this trope. Notably, he was accepted into CalTech, which is no [=CalTech=] (no mean feat, feat even for wealthy prospective students), but lacked the discipline to complete his education there. Throughout the film he displays qualities of this trope by being very quick on the uptake and able to adjust quickly to new conditions.

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* StreetSmart: Sam is actually giftedly smart in the conventional sense. However, the combination of his mother and father both disappearing from his life before he was ten, and his grandparents both dying at some unspecified point later, contributed to a very poor upbringing that forced him to become this trope. Notably, he was accepted into CalTech, which is no mean feat, but lacked the discipline to complete his education there. Throughout the film he displays qualities of this trope by being very quick on the uptake and able to adjust quickly to new conditions.


[[caption-width-right:280:"You could say I was a rescue."]]

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[[caption-width-right:280:"You [[caption-width-right:280:''"You could say I was a rescue."]]"'']]



[[caption-width-right:300:[[IronicEcho "Out there is our destiny!"]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:[[IronicEcho [[caption-width-right:300: ''[[IronicEcho "Out there is our destiny!"]]]]destiny!"]]'']]



->"[[CallBack I]] [[HeelFaceTurn fight]] [[RammingAlwaysWorks for]] [[HesBack the Users]]."[[quoteright:212:https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/212px-Rinzler_4501.png]]

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->"[[CallBack ->[[spoiler:''"[[CallBack I]] [[HeelFaceTurn fight]] [[RammingAlwaysWorks for]] [[HesBack the Users]]."[[quoteright:212:https://static."'']]
[[quoteright:212:https://static.
tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/212px-Rinzler_4501.png]]



->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/BruceBoxleitner

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->'''Voiced by:''' Creator/BruceBoxleitner
[[spoiler:Creator/BruceBoxleitner]]



[[caption-width-right:350:"[[LargeHam LIBATIONS! FOR! EVERYBODAAAAY!!!]]"]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:"[[LargeHam [[caption-width-right:350:''"[[LargeHam LIBATIONS! FOR! EVERYBODAAAAY!!!]]"]]EVERYBODAAAAY!!!]]"'']]



[[caption-width-right:310:"Proceed to games."]]

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[[caption-width-right:310:"Proceed [[caption-width-right:310:''"Proceed to games."]]"'']]


[[caption-width-right:300:"[[IndyPloy I'm a user. I'll improvise.]]"]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:"[[IndyPloy [[caption-width-right:300:''"[[IndyPloy I'm a user. I'll improvise.]]"]]]]"'']]



[[caption-width-right:300:"In there is our destiny!"]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:"In [[caption-width-right:300:''"In there is our destiny!"]]destiny!"'']]



[[caption-width-right:300:[[CallToAdventure "I got a page last night... Page came from your dad's office at the arcade."]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:[[CallToAdventure [[caption-width-right:300: ''[[CallToAdventure "I got a page last night... Page came from your dad's office at the arcade."]]]]"]]'']]


* EvilAlbino: [[spoiler: As Zuse's main lackey, she's in on the deal to sell out the Users and the [=ISOs=].]]


* EvilAlbino: Pale and white haired, [[spoiler:and sells out Sam and Quorra to the Black Guard.]]


->'''Played by:''' Bruce Boxleitner

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->'''Played by:''' Bruce Boxleitner
Creator/BruceBoxleitner



->'''Voiced by:''' Bruce Boxleitner

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->'''Voiced by:''' Bruce Boxleitner
Creator/BruceBoxleitner


* FascistButInefficient: Subverted. He rules with an iron fist (and there's that little problem of the [=ISO=] genocide), yet the Grid seems to work rather good. Clu even states he managed to bring the Grid to its maximum potential under his reign which is why he tried to go into the real world to extend his reach.


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* RepressiveButEfficient: He rules with an iron fist (and there's that little problem of the [=ISO=] genocide), yet the Grid seems to work rather good. Clu even states he managed to bring the Grid to its maximum potential under his reign which is why he tried to go into the real world to extend his reach.


* OverlordJr: In a sense, seeing as he's the son of [[Film/{{Tron}} Ed Dillinger]], but he's really just a ContinuityCameo and isn't really in charge at all. Of course, [[spoiler: the coda shows he's definitely up to ''something'' and conspiring with his father (and/or Master Control 2.0). And he is shown phoning ''somebody'' after the launch of [=EncomOS=] 12 goes pear-shaped.]]

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* OverlordJr: In a sense, seeing as he's the son of [[Film/{{Tron}} Ed Dillinger]], but he's really just a ContinuityCameo and isn't really in charge at all. Of course, [[spoiler: the coda shows he's definitely up to ''something'' and conspiring with his father (and/or Master Control MCP 2.0). And he is shown phoning ''somebody'' after the launch of [=EncomOS=] 12 goes pear-shaped.]]


* CreativeSterility: Cannot make new programs, so he must enslave them instead.

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* CreativeSterility: Cannot make new programs, so he must enslave them instead. Furthermore he is not capable of adapting to Kevin Flynns change of perspective on what would make the grid perfect. He continues to follow the original vision unable to change.

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