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* DaughterOfAWhore: He had Zoe with Michelle Torres, a cocaine addict turned call girl, in what he assumed would be a one night stand.

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* DaughterOfAWhore: [[SonOfAWhore Daughter Of A Whore]]: He had Zoe with Michelle Torres, a cocaine addict turned call girl, in what he assumed would be a one night stand.


%%* CarpetOfVirility

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%%* CarpetOfVirility* CarpetOfVirility: Usually, but itís DependingOnTheArtist.



%%* TheDragon: Usually to ThePenguin.

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%%* * TheDragon: Usually to ThePenguin.



%%* GunsAndGunplayTropes: Uses almost all of them.

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%%* * GunsAndGunplayTropes: Uses almost all of them.



%%* [[HiredGuns Hired Gun]]: His main source of income.

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%%* * [[HiredGuns Hired Gun]]: His main source of income.



%%* TheRival: Deathstroke.
%%* ShootTheDog: Does things that are too immoral, suicidal or both for his teammates.

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%%* * TheRival: Deathstroke.
%%* * ShootTheDog: Does things that are too immoral, suicidal or both for his teammates.



%%* VitriolicBestBuds: The very violent kind, with Catman.

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%%* * VitriolicBestBuds: The very violent kind, with Catman.

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* AnArmAndALeg: Katana cut off his left arm when he went rogue. Now he's got a bionic one that has superhuman strength and a built-in gun, between that and his own apathy he doesn't mind losing his arm.


* AdaptationalHeroism: His [[DCExtendedUniverse DCEU]] counterpart is considerably more heroic than previous adaptions of the character, with most of his more villainous character traits being either [[AdaptedOut removed]] or [[AdaptationDistillation glossed over]] in favour of focusing solely on his relationship with [[MoralityPet his daughter]]

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* AdaptationalHeroism: His [[DCExtendedUniverse [[Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse DCEU]] counterpart is considerably more heroic than previous adaptions of the character, with most of his more villainous character traits being either [[AdaptedOut removed]] or [[AdaptationDistillation glossed over]] in favour of focusing solely on his relationship with [[MoralityPet his daughter]]


%%* DeadpanSnarker

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%%* DeadpanSnarker* DeadpanSnarker: One of his defining character traits.


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** During one issue of Suicide Squad Deadshot is legitimately disgusted by the [[UsefulNotes/{{Cambodia}} Khmer Rouge]] and goes out of his way to kill several of their soldiers on general principle.


-->-- ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague''

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-->-- ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague''''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'', "Hereafter"

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[[caption-width-right:300:[[SeanConneryIsAboutToShootYou Deadshot is about to shoot you.]][[note]]From three miles away. While hanging upside down. While carrying on a conversation about bullet calibers. While drunk. [[DontExplainTheJoke He's a really good shot, you see.]][[/note]]]]


* ConsummateProfessional: As long as he gets paid, he'll do his best to drop the target. If he fails, he won't collect the pay, but if you don't pony up, he won't lift a finger either. And he doesn't give credit.

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* ConsummateProfessional: As long as he gets paid, he'll do his best to drop the target. If he fails, he won't collect the pay, but if you don't pony pay up, he won't lift a finger either. And he doesn't give credit.credit to anyone, for good reason.


* ConsummateProfessional: As long as he gets paid, he'll do his best to drop the target. If he fails, he doesn't collect, but if you don't pay, he won't lift a finger either. And he doesn't give credit.

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* ConsummateProfessional: As long as he gets paid, he'll do his best to drop the target. If he fails, he doesn't collect, won't collect the pay, but if you don't pay, pony up, he won't lift a finger either. And he doesn't give credit.

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* ConsummateProfessional: As long as he gets paid, he'll do his best to drop the target. If he fails, he doesn't collect, but if you don't pay, he won't lift a finger either. And he doesn't give credit.

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* WeakButSkilled: By no means is Deadshot a weakling, in fact for a normal civilian he is someone you ''don't'' want to pick a fight with even unarmed. That being said, he's not up to par in hand-to-hand combat when compared to the premier martial artists of the DCU, not to mention the ones with powers. He compensates for that by being a ranged fighter with his [[ImprobableAimingSkills deadly precision]] using firearms, and when forced to fight he [[CombatPragmatist never fights fair]].

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* StrongAsTheyNeedToBe: He's the defining example of ImprobableAimingSkills in DC and always hits his mark... unless he's going up against [[InvincibleHero Batman]], or really anyone with plot relevance. Then he'll miss [[PlotArmor for some reason]].


* CriticalPsychoanalysisFailure: Marine Herrs, a ComicBook/SuicideSquad staff psychologist, falls in love with Deadshot.

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* CriticalPsychoanalysisFailure: Marine Marnie Herrs, a ComicBook/SuicideSquad staff psychologist, falls in love with Deadshot.Deadshot. More sensibly, when she realizes he's entirely uninterested in working through his boatload of issues and that she's not going to change him, she just leaves Belle Reve.


* ImprobableAimingSkills: The master of this in the DC Universe (in regards to guns, at least).

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* ImprobableAimingSkills: The master of this in the DC Universe (in regards to guns, at least). If you want to get an idea of how skilled he is, he can shoot ''other bullets'' that have ''already been fired'' out of the air.


* DealWithTheDevil: Makes one with Neron during ComicBook//UnderworldUnleashed, selling his soul and promising to spread chaos in return for [[MundaneUtility more bullets.]]

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* DealWithTheDevil: Makes one with Neron during ComicBook//UnderworldUnleashed, ComicBook/UnderworldUnleashed, selling his soul and promising to spread chaos in return for [[MundaneUtility more bullets.]]

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