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** The gnolls are a race of MonstrousHumanoid [[PettingZooPeople Hyenas]] who went from merely having been taken over by worship of the Demon Prince Yeenoghu after he stole them from their uncaring creator-god to having been directly created by him in 4th edition. At the same time, though, the trope was Zigzagged in that this same edition notes that despite this demonic taint (gnolls being either hyenas that scavenged Yeenoghu's kills or hyenas he forcefed demons to), gnolls were ''not'' an AlwaysChaoticEvil race and that many packs or tribes instead turned away from their demonic heritage to embrace their natural origins and live as hyenas with human-level intellects would do. Such gnolls were hardly fluffy bunny rabbits, but they weren't the cannibalistic slave-taking marauders that Yeenoghu's worshippers were. Then came 5th edition, when their 4e fluff was flanderized: now, all gnolls are essentially nothing more than a particularly weird kind of [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombie]], being living avatars of Yeenoghu's hunger to devour all life and having essentially nothing in common with natural life at all.

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** The gnolls are a race of MonstrousHumanoid [[PettingZooPeople [[BeastMan Hyenas]] who went from merely having been taken over by worship of the Demon Prince Yeenoghu after he stole them from their uncaring creator-god to having been directly created by him in 4th edition. At the same time, though, the trope was Zigzagged in that this same edition notes that despite this demonic taint (gnolls being either hyenas that scavenged Yeenoghu's kills or hyenas he forcefed demons to), gnolls were ''not'' an AlwaysChaoticEvil race and that many packs or tribes instead turned away from their demonic heritage to embrace their natural origins and live as hyenas with human-level intellects would do. Such gnolls were hardly fluffy bunny rabbits, but they weren't the cannibalistic slave-taking marauders that Yeenoghu's worshippers were. Then came 5th edition, when their 4e fluff was flanderized: now, all gnolls are essentially nothing more than a particularly weird kind of [[OurZombiesAreDifferent zombie]], being living avatars of Yeenoghu's hunger to devour all life and having essentially nothing in common with natural life at all.


* [[ChivalrousPervert Cross Marian]] of ''Manga/DGrayMan'' suffers this. He's shown to have his JerkAss moments, but the manga also shows sympathetic sides to him as well, and that he's a JerkWithAHeartOfGold at worst. But the anime flanderized his jerkasss qualities with filler episode 27: My Mentor, General Cross, and due to cancellation, what more depth we do see of his character is cut off. Then fandom, mostly people who haven't read the manga, will flanderize Cross' flaws to a point where there's nothing good about him, and he's basically pure evil and completely heartless, sometimes abusing Allen for no reason, even being a rapist. His ChivalrousPervert quality is flanderized to the point he's completely horrid to women.
* Used frequently and [[PlayedForLaughs played for laughs]] in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' fanfiction ''FanFic/TenRandomCharacters'', to the point where Red [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] it.



* In general, the ''Manga/{{InuYasha}}'' fandom takes Inuyasha's appreciation of [[TrademarkFavoriteFood ramen noodles]] and exaggerates it into full-blown addiction.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' Stormer is the TokenGoodTeammate of The Misfits and TheHeart of the band. She, however, does have a backbone and can do mean things (usually due to her friends influence, however). Fans have a tendency to water her down to Hologram levels of sweetness and make her a perfect lil' angel.
* {{Fanon}} portrayals of background ponies often go through this in the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fandom. For example, Lyra was originally just a pony who sat in a humanoid pose. Eventually fans began seeing her as being a fan of the [[FaeriesDontBelieveInHumansEither fictional species called humans]] (or sometimes just liking a show called "[[MyLittlePhony My Little Humans]]" and poking fun at the series' PeripheryDemographic). Eventually the joke went from "She's a [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} little weird]] and likes humans a lot" to "She sees herself as a [[TransNature human in a pony body]] and wants to travel to Earth". Within a few years her obsession with human eclipsed her other {{fanon}}s, like being Octavia's sister or being a [[StarvingArtist poor harpist]]. Fans have begun to dial back on it, though, thanks to the LowerDeckEpisode jossing her human obsession while giving fuel to the fire of her and Bonbon [[LesYay being an item]].
* ''Fanfic/MyBravePonyStarfleetMagic'':
** Twilight and friends are reduced to their basic personality traits. For instance, Applejack’s only personality trait in the story is her accent. Rarity is only defined by her love of fashion, is portrayed as constantly forcing makeovers on those who don't want them and whining quite a bit. Pinkie Pie is portrayed as being so annoying that even her friends groan at her and is also shown to be a bit of a crybaby.
** Even his own characters aren't immune from it. In his first appearance, Ace Ray does hate Starfleet but has other priorities such as his sister. By the time of ''My Brave Pony: Star Fleet Magic III'', all he does is rant about his hatred of Starfleet and hates his sister.
** It should be noted that this is a common trait of stories written by Creator/DakariKingMykan, as he leans very heavily on the "plot" side of the SlidingScaleOfPlotVersusCharacters. He also has them act this way because this is how ''he'' sees them, and because [[CreatorsApathy he doesn't like the way they act in the series he makes stories of]]. In ''Fanfic/TheEndOfEnds'', for example, PluckyComicRelief StepfordSmiler [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans Garfield Logan, a.k.a Beast Boy]], has the trauma from his past be his only defining trait when it was never really brought up in the show proper. In fact, [[ComicBook/TeenTitans the comics the show is based on]] have shown him giving up a chance at living a normal life so he could help his teammates. Here however, it's enough for him to [[spoiler:turn into [[BigBad Count Logan]] and have him destroy countless innocent lives because his own life was (apparently) miserable, up to and including his time as a Teen Titan]].
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
** A great many fics will do this to one character or another. The most universal tends to be Mizuki who goes from a ReasonableAuthorityFigure that's secretly TheMole to a {{Jerkass}} that blatantly sabotages Naruto at every turn (including but not limited to: burning his books, putting him in the hospital during a sparring match, and outright trying to kill him publicly).
** The same thing tends to happen to Hiashi in many fanfics; it's rare to find a fic that doesn't portray him as an emotionally, verbally, and in some cases physically abusive father to Hinata (''{{FanFic/Team8}}'' in particular has him as all three, with the physical abuse being heavily implied) and a massive prick in general. However, Team 8's Hiashi isn't really an example of flanderization, as the story is an AU fic where a change in the past affected Hiashi in the present for the worse, but the [[ForWantOfANail nail]] responsible for him being the way he is hasn't been completely explained in story. Currently, only the member's of the author's forum know the full story.) In the series proper, while he does start out as a rather stern clan head who's [[WellDoneSonGuy disappointed with Hinata's ninja prowess]], it's revealed pretty soon afterward that his sternness is actually [[TheWomanWearingTheQueenlyMask a mask to hide his guilt over the death of his twin brother (Neji's father) years earlier]], and he is in fact a ReasonableAuthorityFigure whose relationship with Hinata and Neji improves over time.
** Finding fic that ''doesn't'' portray Karin as an obsessive rapist and incompetent kunoichi is... difficult, to say the least. Canonically, she has a crush that she tries to keep under wraps in public, never even tries to ''kiss'' Sasuke without his permission, let alone rape him, and is referred to as the kunoichi that ''Sasuke'', of all people, has acknowledged as "the strongest."
* Pro Football Mock had a weekly feature during the 2012 NFL season (and before and beyond) called ''Website/NFLQuarterbacksOnFacebook''. What started off as a bunch of fictionalized representations of NFL QB's talking smack eventually had certain quarterbacks develop certain habits. Matthew Stafford constantly confused Facebook with Twitter, Ben Roethlisberger [[DontExplainTheJoke constantly explained jokes]]. Andrew Luck became a [[ProfessionalButtKisser brown nosing suckup]]. Tony Romo became a StrawLoser with every loss, culminating in hosting a Super Bowl party where nobody came. Aaron Rodgers applied a pun to Discount Double check after most of his wins. Sam Bradford became a complete pervert who made horrifyingly disgusting analogies to what ties were. Russell Wilson became a {{troll}} who brought up everyone else's failures, like the Fail Mary, Robert Griffin III's knee injury, etc., [[BerserkButton and all the quarterbacks he beat in real life would give him a completely ridiculous death threat]]. Peyton Manning referring to himself as "[[NoIndoorVoice PEYTON GODDAMN MANNING]]" when he's angry. Tom Brady is a LovableSexManiac. Peyton and Brady are HeterosexualLifePartners. Joe Flacco saying that [[ToBeAMaster he's an elite quarterback]], but is [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer ignored or laughed at by the other quarterbacks]]. Matt Ryan being reminded that he hasn't won a playoff game. It was ActuallyPrettyFunny, but the characters often did some LampshadeHanging as to what jokes were getting stale.
* {{Franchise/Sonic|TheHedgehog}}'s fear of water is taken UpToEleven in the ''FanFic/PaperMarioX'' series, where he even admits that he sometimes has trouble ''taking a shower''.
* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', Gilgamesh is an egocentric bastard who tries to commit genocide because he doesn't think humanity is worthy of his rule who has attraction to Saber because she keeps resisting him. In [[http://forums.nrvnqsr.com/showthread.php/766-Teach-us-Gil-sensei! Teach Us, Gil Sensei!]] said character is reduced to a whiny Saber fanboy willing to become a gym teacher just so he afford an apartment. Of course, being a comedy fic this is all PlayedForLaughs.
* The whole SOS Brigade in ''FanFic/YouGotHaruhiRolled'' are Flanderized from their appearances in canon. Haruhi goes from a JerkWithAHeartOfGold to a JerkAss loose cannon, Itsuki goes from AmbiguouslyGay to outright gay for Kyon, Kyon goes from the OnlySaneMan to someone who doesn't care about anything that happens to people, Yuki (whose characterization in this fic mostly comes from ''Manga/HaruhiChan'') becomes a total nerd, and Mikuru goes from being {{Moe}} to her {{Fanon}} characterization as a {{Manipulative|Bastard}} BitchInSheepsClothing. It's a CrackFic, so this is to be expected.
* In most [[http://gungemaleceleb.blogspot.com.au/ ''Gunge Male Celebs'']] series of stories, all of the celebrities that the narrative humiliates are flanderized to the point where they become arrogant {{Jerkass}}es, with no redeeming qualities on them, giving the narrative reason to humiliate them, and call them things like 'foolish oafs'.
** In a simular fashion, Tellygunge (the user himself) tends to flanderize celebrities. For example, [[http://tellygunge.wordpress.com/2012/02/19/you-bet-your-own-back-episode-3-sisters-special-introduction/ In]] [[http://tellygunge.wordpress.com/2012/02/22/you-bet-your-own-back-episode-3-sisters-special-update/ one]] [[http://tellygunge.wordpress.com/2012/02/26/you-bet-your-own-back-episode-3-sisters-special-results-part-1/ of his]] [[http://tellygunge.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/you-bet-your-own-back-episode-3-sisters-special-results-part-2/ stories,]] both traits of Holly Willoughby and the Kardashians are affected, the latter being portrayed as people who threaten others with lawsuits when things don't go their way (hell, it pretty much results them in any story they appear in, what with them saying 'lawyer' or 'lawsuit' constantly), the former [[spoiler:getting gunged at the end]].
* "Crow Syndrome" is a phrase used in the [[{{MST}} MSting]] community referring to over-exaggerating [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 Crow's]] tendency to make slightly off-color jokes to the point where his main purpose in [=MSTings=] is to make naughty jokes and get yelled at by Joel/Mike. Would be [=MSTers=] are encouraged to use Crow Syndrome sparingly, if at all.
* ''Fanfic/GenderswappedNations'' flanderizes every character, whether or not they're canon or prominent to the plot. Most glaring of all of the flanderizations is Romano, however, as it is shown that he can be scared away from Germany's house by a scarecrow dressed up as France, and he can easily be coerced to run menial errands for people if bribed with pizza. Not to mention, America's gender bend and Prussia have an argument consisting primarily of "The cool hero says yes!" and "The awesome me says no!" which continues for a solid ''half an hour'' of in-fic time, which is an ''extreme'' flanderization of both of their canonical personalities.



* In ''Fanfic/TheStalkingZukoSeries'' there's a few cases of this.
** In canon, Aang is a somewhat naive and childish but highly compassionate boy who gradually embraces his destiny as the Avatar while balancing it with his desire to preserve his all but extinct culture, and his love for Katara. In this fic, Aang is practically obsessed with Air Nomad teachings to the point of forcing them on others, is almost a stalker towards Katara, and acts even less mature than in canon.
** In canon, Mai, despite being forced to repress her emotions for the sake of her family's social status, does often find that Zuko brings them out (which include her negative emotions), and also possesses a dry, snarky wit. In this fic, Mai's a snarky jerk whose relationship with Zuko is dysfunctional at best.
* In ''Fanfic/MyHuntsmanAcademia'', both Yang and Nora get this treatment.
** Yang's punning, which she only did a handful of times in the original RWBY, has been exaggerated into making her a PungeonMaster who puns dozens of times in just a few weeks, earning plenty of {{Dope Slap}}s from Tsuyu.
** Nora's love of pancakes has been exaggerated into a hatred of waffles, which she believes oppress pancakes due to the distinct lack of pancake houses when compared to waffle houses. She's also far more of a {{Cloudcuckoolander}}, naming a puppy "Lulu-Bell, Lord of Thunder" and is obsessed with breaking people's legs (which she only threatened to do ''once'' in the original RWBY).

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* Happens to a number of recurring characters in ''Franchise/AceAttorney''. The Judge seems to get dumber and become more of a {{Cloudcuckoolander}} every game, as does Gumshoe (though ''[[VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyDualDestinies Dual Destinies]]'' dialed the Judge's ditziness back a little). Additionally, Larry progressively becomes more of a loser, and Wendy Oldbag becomes more of a {{jerkass}} [[AbhorrentAdmirer unrepentant stalker]] with every appearance. Winston Payne, a prosecutor who is meek and easily intimidated, became much more arrogant while also becoming a lot more spineless in later games. His brother, Gaspen Payne, takes these traits UpToEleven with a mix of {{Jerkass}} in the 3D installments.

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* Happens to a number of recurring characters in ''Franchise/AceAttorney''. The Judge seems to get dumber and become more of a {{Cloudcuckoolander}} every game, as does Gumshoe (though ''[[VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyDualDestinies Dual Destinies]]'' dialed the Judge's ditziness back a little). Additionally, Larry progressively becomes more of a loser, and Wendy Oldbag becomes more of a {{jerkass}} [[AbhorrentAdmirer unrepentant stalker]] with every appearance. Winston Payne, a prosecutor who is meek and easily intimidated, became much more arrogant while also becoming a lot more spineless in later games. His brother, Gaspen Payne, takes these traits UpToEleven with a mix of {{Jerkass}} in the 3D installments. Pearl Fey went from being a child who thinks [[ShipperOnDeck Maya and Phoenix are a couple]] and gets mad whenever Phoenix is talking to another woman to being a child that outright slaps Phoenix for even being ''near'' another woman in front of Maya. Pearl would ditch this trait once she got older.


** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being [[CurseCutShort almost said the second time]]). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words usually as strong as the S-word in [[ClusterFBomb almost every situation]], while having some characters giving out [[FlippingTheBird certain rude gestures]].

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** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', ''Film/TheAvengers2012'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being [[CurseCutShort almost said the second time]]). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' ''Series/TheDefenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words usually as strong as the S-word in [[ClusterFBomb almost every situation]], while having some characters giving out [[FlippingTheBird certain rude gestures]].


** Tony Stark in ''Film/IronMan1'' was a charismatic celebrity billionaire who could walk into any group of people and become the center of attention because of his fast talking wit. After his life changing experience being captured by terrorists, his [[HeelRealization moral compass changed dramatically]] but his ''personality'' remained the same, still very fast talking and had a quick wit. This was largely due to Creator/RobertDowneyJr and the director deciding on a lot of {{improv}} so they [[ThrowItIn can take the best material from that]]. Starting with ''Film/IronMan2'' his wit was replaced with making a lot of quips, generally refusing to take a situation seriously and [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny often easily distracted]]. This continued through ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' and ''Film/IronMan3'' before reaching its apex in ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' (it's even been argued that due to the success of RDJ as Tony Stark that this trait has been pushed through much of the MCU, with almost every individual series having a lot of quipping characters even though it has little basis on their various comics counterparts). This trait was largely reversed in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' as Tony was going through a lot of personal issues and looked constantly tired, and we see him return to that "charismatic celebrity" personality when he went out to recruit Peter Parker, which was maintained with ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming''.

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** Tony Stark in ''Film/IronMan1'' was a charismatic celebrity billionaire who could walk into any group of people and become the center of attention because of his fast talking wit. After his life changing experience being captured by terrorists, his [[HeelRealization moral compass changed dramatically]] but his ''personality'' remained the same, still very fast talking and had a quick wit. This was largely due to Creator/RobertDowneyJr and the director deciding on a lot of {{improv}} so they [[ThrowItIn can take the best material from that]]. Starting with ''Film/IronMan2'' his wit was replaced with making a lot of quips, generally refusing to take a situation seriously and [[AttentionDeficitOohShiny often easily distracted]]. This continued through ''Film/{{The Avengers|2012}}'' Avengers| 2012}}'' and ''Film/IronMan3'' before reaching its apex in ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' (it's even been argued that due to the success of RDJ as Tony Stark that this trait has been pushed through much of the MCU, with almost every individual series having a lot of quipping characters even though it has little basis on their various comics counterparts). This trait was largely reversed in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' as Tony was going through a lot of personal issues and looked constantly tired, and we see him return to that "charismatic celebrity" personality when he went out to recruit Peter Parker, which was maintained with ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming''.


** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being [[CurseCutShort almost said the second time]]). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words usually as strong as the S-word in [[ClusterFBomb almost every situation]].

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** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being [[CurseCutShort almost said the second time]]). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words usually as strong as the S-word in [[ClusterFBomb almost every situation]].situation]], while having some characters giving out [[FlippingTheBird certain rude gestures]].


** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being [[CurseCutShortalmost said the second time]]). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words usually as strong as the S-word in [[ClusterFBomb almost every situation]].

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** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being [[CurseCutShortalmost [[CurseCutShort almost said the second time]]). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words usually as strong as the S-word in [[ClusterFBomb almost every situation]].


** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being CurseCutShort/almost said the second time). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words as strong as the S-word in almost every situation.

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** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being CurseCutShort/almost [[CurseCutShortalmost said the second time). time]]). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words usually as strong as the S-word in [[ClusterFBomb almost every situation.situation]].


** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being [[CurseCutShort|almost said the second time]]). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words as strong as the S-word in almost every situation.

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** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being [[CurseCutShort|almost CurseCutShort/almost said the second time]]).time). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words as strong as the S-word in almost every situation.

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** As a whole, the MCU films didn't have foul language that are stronger than "Damn", "Hell", "Crap", and occasionally "Son of a Bitch". Since after the ''Film/The Avengers'', the films tend to blurt out the S-word once per film (sometimes with that word being [[CurseCutShort|almost said the second time]]). However, after the release of ''Marvel's Defenders'' on Netflix, the films have gradually made characters say words as strong as the S-word in almost every situation.

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** And in the TV series, his brilliance and complete lack of human emotion has evolved to such a degree that he's hasically a secular Satan whose plans - no matter how convoluted - practically almost work.

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* When the ''Podcast/InterstitialActualPlay'' party encounters ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, he has been boiled down to two character aspects: an amicable fellow and a plucky fighter.
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[[TropesAreTools Flanderization doesn't have to be necessarily a bad thing]] -- sometimes it can be used to expand on a background character's personality when they are brought to the foreground, or make an otherwise bland character stand out more. It can even be beneficial on a cast-wide scale -- a comedy that has a cast full of zany, outsized personas will probably be funnier than one full of nondescript [[StraightMan straight men]].

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[[TropesAreTools Flanderization doesn't have to be necessarily a bad thing]] -- sometimes it can be used to expand on a background character's personality when they are brought to the foreground, or make an otherwise bland character stand out more. It can even be beneficial on a cast-wide scale -- a scale: A comedy that has a cast full of zany, outsized personas will probably be funnier than one full of nondescript [[StraightMan straight men]].

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