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* The Fixed Ideas from ''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}''. Big, dimwitted brutes whom the titular ActionChick can easily defeat without much trouble.

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* The Fixed Ideas from ''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}''. Big, dimwitted brutes whom the titular ActionChick can easily defeat without usually has to fight at some point in the episode. Notably, the Fixed Ideas are a little more dangerous, since Cybersix is very much trouble.a GlassCannon, but they’re still mooks either way.


* The Fixed Ideas from ''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}''

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* The Fixed Ideas from ''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}''''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}''. Big, dimwitted brutes whom the titular ActionChick can easily defeat without much trouble.


** "'''Lighter Than Hare'''": Yosemite Sam attempted to use a few types of mooks -- most notably an army of "indestructible tanks" and the "undefeatable robot" to capture his foe, WesternAnimation/BugsBunny. Of course, those names were complete aversions once Bugs got done with them.

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** "'''Lighter Than Hare'''": "'''WesternAnimation/LighterThanHare'''": Yosemite Sam attempted to use a few types of mooks -- most notably an army of "indestructible tanks" and the "undefeatable robot" to capture his foe, WesternAnimation/BugsBunny. Of course, those names were complete aversions once Bugs got done with them.


* The various flavours of Cobra from ''GIJoe'' fit the bill here. Mostly faceless (The majority wear full-face masks) disposable henchmen of various combat specialties in colourful uniforms - and they're all psychotically over-armed.

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* The various flavours of Cobra from ''GIJoe'' ''Franchise/GIJoe'' fit the bill here. Mostly faceless (The majority wear full-face masks) disposable henchmen of various combat specialties in colourful uniforms - and they're all psychotically over-armed.


* In an early episode of ''TheSimpsons'', Homer was visited by Mr. Burns' evil minions.
-->'''Homer:''' Who is it?
-->'''Goons:''' Goons.
-->'''Homer:''' Who?
-->'''Goons:''' [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Hired goons.]]
-->'''Homer:''' Hired goons?
--> (The goons grab Homer and take him to Burns)
-->'''Mr. Burns:''' Ah, Homer. I hope "Crusher" and "Low Blow" didn't hurt you.
-->'''Homer:''' Y'know, you could have just called me.
-->'''Mr. Burns:''' Oh yes, but the telephone is so impersonal. I prefer the hands-on touch you only get with hired goons!
-->'''Homer:''' Hired Goons?

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* In an early episode of ''TheSimpsons'', ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Homer was visited by Mr. Burns' evil minions.
-->'''Homer:''' Who is it?
-->'''Goons:''' Goons.
-->'''Homer:''' Who?
-->'''Goons:'''
it?\\
'''Goons:''' Goons.\\
'''Homer:''' Who?\\
'''Goons:'''
[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Hired goons.]]
-->'''Homer:'''
]]\\
'''Homer:'''
Hired goons?
-->
goons?\\
(The goons grab Homer and take him to Burns)
-->'''Mr.
Burns)\\
'''Mr.
Burns:''' Ah, Homer. I hope "Crusher" and "Low Blow" didn't hurt you.
-->'''Homer:'''
you.\\
'''Homer:'''
Y'know, you could have just called me.
-->'''Mr.
me.\\
'''Mr.
Burns:''' Oh yes, but the telephone is so impersonal. I prefer the hands-on touch you only get with hired goons!
-->'''Homer:'''
goons!\\
'''Homer:'''
Hired Goons?


* ''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperForceGo'' has the Formless, skeleton warriors made from a black goo that mindlessly serve the command of [[BigBad the Skeleton King]]. They tend to only be a threat in large numbers, and even then not so much.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperForceGo'' ''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'' has the Formless, skeleton warriors made from a black goo that mindlessly serve the command of [[BigBad the Skeleton King]]. They tend to only be a threat in large numbers, and even then not so much.


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* On ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' Lord Hater has his army of Watchdogs. Other villains have their own sets of mooks too, with Emperor Awesome's fist fighters or Lord Dominator's Bots. Of course, only Dominator's mooks are actually competent...

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* On ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' Lord Hater has his army of Watchdogs. Other villains have their own sets of mooks too, with Emperor Awesome's fist fighters or Lord Dominator's Bots. Of course, only Dominator's mooks are actually competent...competent...
* ''WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperForceGo'' has the Formless, skeleton warriors made from a black goo that mindlessly serve the command of [[BigBad the Skeleton King]]. They tend to only be a threat in large numbers, and even then not so much.


* Fire Nation soldiers in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''
* From ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', [[EliteMooks the frighteningly competent chi-blockers]] for Amon.

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* ''Franchise/AvatarTheLastAirbender'':
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Fire Nation soldiers (both the normal and firebending types) are this in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''
* From ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'',
the original ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''.
** ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'':
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[[EliteMooks the The frighteningly competent chi-blockers]] for Amon.are the ''basic'' troops of Amon's Equalists in Book 1.
*** Unalaq's Northern Water Tribe soldiers (both the normal and waterbending types) are this in Book 2.
*** In Book 4, the regular troops of Kuvira's Earth Empire are a mix of nonbenders and earthbenders who wear rather [[PuttingOnTheReich German-inspired]] uniforms.


* Duke Igthorn's monster mooks in Disney's ''GummiBears''. While technically being giant technicolor ogres, the dim-witted monsters rarely presented any serious threat whatsoever. Occasionally, the law of ConservationOfNinjitsu did apply.

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* Duke Igthorn's monster mooks in Disney's ''GummiBears''.''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears''. While technically being giant technicolor ogres, the dim-witted monsters rarely presented any serious threat whatsoever. Occasionally, the law of ConservationOfNinjitsu did apply.


** "'''Lighter Than Hare'''": Yosemite Sam attempted to use a few types of mooks -- most notably an army of "indestructible tanks" and the "undefeatable robot" to capture his foe, BugsBunny. Of course, those names were complete aversions once Bugs got done with them.

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** "'''Lighter Than Hare'''": Yosemite Sam attempted to use a few types of mooks -- most notably an army of "indestructible tanks" and the "undefeatable robot" to capture his foe, BugsBunny.WesternAnimation/BugsBunny. Of course, those names were complete aversions once Bugs got done with them.


** "'''Lighter Than Hare'''": Yosemite Sam attempted to use several types of mooks -- most notably an army of "indestructible tanks" and the "undefeatable robot" to capture his foe, BugsBunny. Of course, those names were complete aversions once Bugs got done with them.

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** "'''Lighter Than Hare'''": Yosemite Sam attempted to use several a few types of mooks -- most notably an army of "indestructible tanks" and the "undefeatable robot" to capture his foe, BugsBunny. Of course, those names were complete aversions once Bugs got done with them.



* Foot Soldiers are the Stormtroopers of ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''. They never hit anything and only die. They are probably the only units to die.
** The ones from the 2K3 series at least were more dangerous and gave the turtles a good fight. The purple dragons straight up mooks though.

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* Foot Soldiers are the Stormtroopers Storm Troopers of ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''. ''Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles''. They never hit anything and only die. die, usually after a single hit. They are probably the only units to die.
** The ones from the 2K3 series at least were more dangerous and gave the turtles a good fight. The purple dragons are straight up mooks though.


* On ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' Lord Hater has his army of Watchdogs. Other villains have their own sets of mooks to, with Emperor Awesome's fist fighters or Lord Dominator's Bots. Of course, only Dominator's mooks are actually competent...

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* On ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' Lord Hater has his army of Watchdogs. Other villains have their own sets of mooks to, too, with Emperor Awesome's fist fighters or Lord Dominator's Bots. Of course, only Dominator's mooks are actually competent...


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* On ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' Lord Hater has his army of Watchdogs. Other villains have their own sets of mooks to, with Emperor Awesome's fist fighters or Lord Dominator's Bots. Of course, only Dominator's mooks are actually competent...

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