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** Pretty much sums up the Champions' reaction to learning that one of the members of Mari's team just happens to be [[spoiler: an alt of [[Film/StarWars Anakin Skywalker]] who not only has the powers of ComicBook/TheSentry, but is about as unstable as well.]]

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** Pretty much sums up the Champions' reaction to learning that one of the members of Mari's team just happens to be [[spoiler: an alt of [[Film/StarWars [[Franchise/StarWars Anakin Skywalker]] who not only has the powers of ComicBook/TheSentry, but is about as unstable as well.]]


* IAmNotLeftHanded: Turns out that Mari was actually ''holding back'' for much of the match (concealing the fact that she can now fly and use the [[KamehameHadoken Kamehameha Wave]], among other things), and only stops somewhat when Nadia manages to hit her BerserkButton. She even justifies this by quoting SunTzu.

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* IAmNotLeftHanded: Turns out that Mari was actually ''holding back'' for much of the match (concealing the fact that she can now fly and use the [[KamehameHadoken Kamehameha Wave]], among other things), and only stops somewhat when Nadia manages to hit her BerserkButton. She even justifies this by quoting SunTzu.Creator/SunTzu.


* The Cameo: Among other people who appear on the Damage Control ad to tell how grateful they are for DC's awesome service, there is [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Ernie]] and [[WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars Lawrence Limburger]].

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* The Cameo: TheCameo: Among other people who appear on the Damage Control ad to tell how grateful they are for DC's awesome service, there is [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Ernie]] and [[WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars Lawrence Limburger]].

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* The Cameo: Among other people who appear on the Damage Control ad to tell how grateful they are for DC's awesome service, there is [[Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers Ernie]] and [[WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars Lawrence Limburger]].


* PragmaticVillainy: Mari at one point thinks about how from that viewpoint, testing stuff on your enemies makes sense, if it kills them, not only have you learned from your failure, you planned to kill them anyways, and if it works, you can replicate it for yourself, but lampshades how they never seem to really consider that their foes might be rescued.

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* PragmaticVillainy: Mari at one point thinks about how from that viewpoint, testing stuff on your enemies makes sense, sense; if it whatever you're testing kills them, your involuntary test subject, not only have you learned from your failure, but you planned also killed someone you wanted to kill them anyways, and anyway. And if it works, you can replicate it for yourself, but yourself and then kill your test subject later. But Mari also lampshades how they villains never seem to really consider that their foes might be rescued.

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* ForegoneConclusion: We know a certain few things that ''are'' going to happen due to the story being incomplete while other stories, both by the author and other Coreline authors, have been written taking place afterwards, but not exactly how it goes down. [[spoiler:The event will be a disaster due to the Joker R gang (who escape after being taken into custody), causing the Champions there to need therapy and causing the team's reputation to take a nosedive, Mari will die and come BackFromTheDead, Sylia Stingray will be revealed to having been under the influence of Goldie via an Ultron-Buster based nano-virus, the plan also involving other criminals, and there was an attempt by some of the more corrupt Avengers Infinity higher ups to put a glass ceiling on the Extraordinary Avengers program and kick Mari out as leader]].

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* PragmaticVillainy: Mari at one point thinks about how from that viewpoint, testing stuff on your enemies makes sense, if it kills them, not only have you learned from your failure, you planned to kill them anyways, and if it works, you can replicate it for yourself, but lampshades how they never seem to really consider that their foes might be rescued.

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* DidntThinkThisThrough: Mari mentally lampshades how, while testing SuperSoldier enhancements and such on your enemies makes sense from a PragmaticVillainy standpoint, the villains never seem to consider the heroes escaping or being rescued by their friends/allies.


* RageAgainstTheMentor: [[WesternAnimation/DungeonsAndDragons The Dungeon Master]] [[StealthHiBye appears in the Avengers Mansion]] to deliver another [[CrypticConversation of his cryptic riddles]], a prophecy which will influence Mari's future. Although Hank and Diana are used to it, Mari gets angry enough about it that she tells the DM to get to the damn point... [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness and he kind of does, actually]].

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* RageAgainstTheMentor: [[WesternAnimation/DungeonsAndDragons The Dungeon Master]] [[StealthHiBye appears in the Avengers Mansion]] to deliver another [[CrypticConversation of his cryptic riddles]], a prophecy which will influence Mari's future. Although Hank and Diana are used to it, Mari gets angry enough about it it, even doing a CallingTheOldManOut for his actions with Hank and Diana, that she tells the DM to get to the damn point... [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness and he kind of does, actually]].


* RageAgainstTheMentor: [[WesternAnimation/DungeonsAndDragons The Dungeon Master]] [[StealthHiBye appears on the Avengers Mansion]] to deliver another [[CrypticConversation of his cryptic riddles]], a prophecy which will influence Mari's future. Although Hank and Sheila are used to it, Mari gets angry enough about it that she tells the DM to get to the damn point... [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness and he kind of does, actually]].

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* RageAgainstTheMentor: [[WesternAnimation/DungeonsAndDragons The Dungeon Master]] [[StealthHiBye appears on in the Avengers Mansion]] to deliver another [[CrypticConversation of his cryptic riddles]], a prophecy which will influence Mari's future. Although Hank and Sheila Diana are used to it, Mari gets angry enough about it that she tells the DM to get to the damn point... [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness and he kind of does, actually]].


* GenreSavvy: Of the "Dangerously Genre Savvy" variant: Joker R ditches a completely fool-proof plan and gets to work on a new one the very second someone points out how good it is--in his point of view, not only is it ''too'' good to be true (so heroes definitely have a OneInAMillionChance of beating it), but also the UnspokenPlanGuarantee went out the window the moment his fellow gang member talked about the plan.

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* GenreSavvy: Of the "Dangerously Genre Savvy" variant: Joker R ditches a completely fool-proof plan and gets to work on a new one the very second someone points out how good it is--in his point of view, not only is it ''too'' good to be true (so heroes definitely have a OneInAMillionChance of beating it), it, and they ''will''), but also the UnspokenPlanGuarantee went out the window the moment his fellow gang member talked about the plan.

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* GenreSavvy: Of the "Dangerously Genre Savvy" variant: Joker R ditches a completely fool-proof plan and gets to work on a new one the very second someone points out how good it is--in his point of view, not only is it ''too'' good to be true (so heroes definitely have a OneInAMillionChance of beating it), but also the UnspokenPlanGuarantee went out the window the moment his fellow gang member talked about the plan.

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* RageAgainstTheMentor: [[WesternAnimation/DungeonsAndDragons The Dungeon Master]] [[StealthHiBye appears on the Avengers Mansion]] to deliver another [[CrypticConversation of his cryptic riddles]], a prophecy which will influence Mari's future. Although Hank and Sheila are used to it, Mari gets angry enough about it that she tells the DM to get to the damn point... [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness and he kind of does, actually]].


* RedshirtArmy: Stingray Security Services (of which The Champions is a sub-division) is ''explicitly'' called this by Mari while Misato is explaining their battle plan for the security of the Fourth. Misato explaining how the SSS troopers used for the event will be elite only have Mari insisting that it's a RedshirtArmy (in a "SurpringlyEliteCannonFodder, Misato is TemptingFate" way). This ''almost'' angers Misato straight into a HulkOut. [[spoiler:Stories set after the aftermath of this story not only show Mari was right, but that SSS troopers eventually found out that Mari labeled them this way, and more than one got ''pissed''.]]

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* RedshirtArmy: Stingray Security Services (of which The Champions is a sub-division) is ''explicitly'' called this by Mari while Misato is explaining their battle plan for the security of the Fourth. Misato explaining how the SSS troopers used for the event will be elite only have Mari insisting that it's a RedshirtArmy (in a "SurpringlyEliteCannonFodder, "SurprisinglyEliteCannonFodder, Misato is TemptingFate" way). This ''almost'' angers Misato straight into a HulkOut. [[spoiler:Stories set after the aftermath of this story not only show Mari was right, but that SSS troopers eventually found out that Mari labeled them this way, and more than one got ''pissed''.]]

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* RedshirtArmy: Stingray Security Services (of which The Champions is a sub-division) is ''explicitly'' called this by Mari while Misato is explaining their battle plan for the security of the Fourth. Misato explaining how the SSS troopers used for the event will be elite only have Mari insisting that it's a RedshirtArmy (in a "SurpringlyEliteCannonFodder, Misato is TemptingFate" way). This ''almost'' angers Misato straight into a HulkOut. [[spoiler:Stories set after the aftermath of this story not only show Mari was right, but that SSS troopers eventually found out that Mari labeled them this way, and more than one got ''pissed''.]]

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