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* TheGreatRepair: The boat that was released during the initial monster attack on the cruise smashes Finnegan's ship, damaging it severely and leaving its engines nearly useless, so the crew enters the ship to search spare parts. [[spoiler:Teh situation becomes too dangerous for them to get the parts, so Finnegan rigs the boat to ram the cruise and set off the torpedoes it has on board.]]

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* TheGreatRepair: The boat that was released during the initial monster attack on the cruise smashes Finnegan's ship, damaging it severely and leaving its engines nearly useless, so the crew enters the ship to search for spare parts. [[spoiler:Teh [[spoiler:The situation becomes too dangerous for them to get the parts, so Finnegan rigs the boat to ram the cruise and set off the torpedoes it has on board.]]


* DisappointedByTheMotive: Canton spent so much money on the boat that even at full capacity he'd be at a Net Loss. So he makes a big InsuranceFraud scheme involving mercenaries and torpedoes. Of course he couldn't have anticipated the monsters, but Joey is mad that ''this'' is why everyone is dying over.

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* DisappointedByTheMotive: Canton spent so much money on the boat that even at full capacity he'd be at a Net Loss. So he makes a big InsuranceFraud scheme involving mercenaries and torpedoes. Of course he couldn't have anticipated the monsters, but Joey is mad that ''this'' is why what everyone is dying over.


* EarWorm: In an in-universe example, Joey gets the elevator music ("The Girl from Ipanema") stuck in his head.

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* EarWorm: In an in-universe example, Joey gets the elevator music ("The Girl from Ipanema") stuck in his head.


* VillainousFriendship: The mercenary RuthlessModernPirates appears to be {{Boisterous Bruiser}}s with genuine camaraderie amongst themselves. They are even legitimately and grief-stricken distraught when learning of the deaths of their comrades.

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* VillainousFriendship: The mercenary RuthlessModernPirates appears appear to be {{Boisterous Bruiser}}s with genuine camaraderie amongst themselves. They are even legitimately and grief-stricken distraught when learning of the deaths of their comrades.


* VillainousFriendship: The mercenary RuthlessModernPirates appears to be {{Boisterous Bruiser}}s with genuine camaraderie amongst themselves. They are even legitimately and grief-stricken distraught when learning of deaths of their comrades.

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* VillainousFriendship: The mercenary RuthlessModernPirates appears to be {{Boisterous Bruiser}}s with genuine camaraderie amongst themselves. They are even legitimately and grief-stricken distraught when learning of the deaths of their comrades.


* VillainousFriendship: The mercenary RuthlessModernPirates appears to be {{Boisterous Bruiser}} with genuine camaraderie amongst themselves. They are even legitimately and grief-stricken distraught when learning of deaths of their comrades.

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* VillainousFriendship: The mercenary RuthlessModernPirates appears to be {{Boisterous Bruiser}} Bruiser}}s with genuine camaraderie amongst themselves. They are even legitimately and grief-stricken distraught when learning of deaths of their comrades.


* VillainousFriendship: The mercenary RuthlessModernPriates appears to be {{Boisterous Bruiser}} with genuine camaraderie amongst themselves. They are even legitimately and grief-stricken distraught when learning of deaths of their comrades.

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* VillainousFriendship: The mercenary RuthlessModernPriates RuthlessModernPirates appears to be {{Boisterous Bruiser}} with genuine camaraderie amongst themselves. They are even legitimately and grief-stricken distraught when learning of deaths of their comrades.


* AffablyEvil: Finnegan and his boat crew, Trillion and the mercenaries are just {{Punch Clock Villain}}s who are not completely unlikeable.



* PunchClockVillain: If it weren't the fact that they're thieving and RuthlessModernPirates, if not brash and boisterous, the mercenaries would count as they are only concerned with completely their mission to force out the passengers to make way to sink the cruise liner, while being hardened, trigger-happy and somewhat crooked, they are not {{sadist}}s or completely unlikable (unlike [[HateSink Canton]]). Finnegan and his boat crew would also count (as quoted by Finnegan about his line of work, "If the cash is there, we do not care"), perhaps even more so then the mercenaries, with the Punch Clock side outweighing the Villain side.

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* PunchClockVillain: If it weren't the fact that they're thieving and RuthlessModernPirates, if not brash and boisterous, the mercenaries would count as they are only concerned with completely their mission to force out the passengers to make way to sink the cruise liner, while being hardened, trigger-happy and somewhat crooked, they are not {{sadist}}s or completely unlikable (unlike [[HateSink Canton]]). Finnegan and his boat crew would also count (as quoted by Finnegan about his line of work, "If the cash is there, we do not care"), perhaps even more so then the mercenaries, with the Punch Clock side outweighing the Villain side. Also Trillion is a thief, but appears to be a affable career thief who is not much of scumbag like Canton.


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* VillainousFriendship: The mercenary RuthlessModernPriates appears to be {{Boisterous Bruiser}} with genuine camaraderie amongst themselves. They are even legitimately and grief-stricken distraught when learning of deaths of their comrades.


** Canton accidentally [[spoiler:axes Vivo in the head]] when he believes that it was the creature on the other side of the door.
** The triggerhappy mercenaries mistakenly shoot down a few passengers at one point.

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** Canton accidentally [[spoiler:axes Vivo in the head]] when he believes that it was the creature on the other side of the door.
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door. The triggerhappy trigger-happy mercenaries mistakenly panic and accidentally shoot down a few unarmed passengers at one point.in response.

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* {{Hypocrite}}: Finnegan calls out Canton for endangering his passengers/crew in order to pull off a lucrative insurance scam. Yet, he willingly endangers his own crew by turning a blind eye to his clients' motives and not asking so much as a single question before accepting a job as long as he gets paid. Not to mention he's the one who brought the mercs to the cruise ship in the first place. Canton quickly calls him back on this.

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* DisappointedByTheMotive: Canton spent so much money on the boat that even at full capacity he'd be at a Net Loss. So he makes a big InsuranceFraud scheme involving mercenaries and torpedoes. Of course he couldn't have anticipated the monsters, but Joey is mad that ''this'' is why everyone is dying over.
--> '''Joey:''' You mean we're all gonna die because you screwed up on the math!?

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* AwesomeByAnalysis: Finnegan was able to figure out Canton's plan based on the torpedoes and Canton knowing Hanover by name without explanation.

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* SpottingTheThread: Finnegan was able to figure out that Canton was at the center of everything involving the mercenaries based on that fact he knew Hanover by name, something that wasn't touched on about until he accused him of being TheMole.
--> '''Canton:''' [[FlatWhat What?]]
--> '''Hanover:''' [[AtLeastIAdmitIt Very quick Mr. Finnegan.]]

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* MoeGreeneSpecial: Finnegan gets lifted up to the monster's eye so it can examine him, and he blasts the eye to bits with his shotgun.


* BlackDudeDiesFirst: Vivo is the first of the mercenaries to get killed off... [[DroppedABridgeOnHim and not by the creature, either]].

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