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* '''Reconstructed''': Jack realizes his mistakes and rigorously pushes himself to become a WarriorTherapist as well as a FatherToHisMen, restoring the relationship between his teammates.

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* '''Reconstructed''': Jack realizes his mistakes and rigorously pushes himself to become a WarriorTherapist as well as a FatherToHisMen, AFatherToHisMen, restoring the relationship between his teammates.


'''Reconstructed''': Jack realizes his mistakes and rigorously pushes himself to become a WarriorTherapist as well as a FatherToHisMen, restoring the relationship between his teammates.

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* '''Reconstructed''': Jack realizes his mistakes and rigorously pushes himself to become a WarriorTherapist as well as a FatherToHisMen, restoring the relationship between his teammates.



%%* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': ???


'''Reconstructed''': Jack realizes his mistakes and rigorously pushes himself to become a WarriorTherapist as well as a FatherToHisMen, restoring the relationship between his teammates.



%%* '''Reconstructed''': ???


* '''Defied''': ???

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* '''Defied''': ???The Super Awesome Team think that Jack is DumbMuscle and put someone who is less strong but [[JackOfAllStats more well-rounded]] in charge.


* '''Inverted''': Jack, the strongest fighter, is the team's [[AlmightyJanitor lowest-ranked member]].
** [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking Jack was put in charge, and gets stronger afterwards.]]

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* '''Inverted''': '''Inverted''':
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Jack, the strongest fighter, is the team's [[AlmightyJanitor lowest-ranked member]].
** [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking Jack was After getting put in charge, and Jack gets stronger afterwards.substantially stronger.]]

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** [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking Jack was put in charge, and gets stronger afterwards.]]

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** Because Jack seized the leadership of his country through military might, he set a dangerous precedent that the only thing one needs to do to become ruler is kick ass. Within months of his usurpation, Jack is fending off rebellions by upstart subordinates, former allies, and new players who use his original rebellion as a justification for theirs.


* '''Justified''': It makes sense for the team to want its best fighter to lead it - he can generally handle anything that comes his way.

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* '''Justified''': It makes sense for the team to want its best fighter to lead it - he can generally handle anything that comes his way. Besides, his battle experience gives him an edge when it comes to commanding the troops.

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** After becoming the leader, Jack gets swamped with so much work trying to keep the organization together that he no longer has time for fieldwork, and the organization loses its best warrior.


* '''Downplayed''': ???

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* '''Downplayed''': ???Jack, while not expected to kick ass all the time, is expected to be capable of it when required.


* '''Deconstructed''': Jack, while a great fighter, has no leadership skill to speak of, so the team falls apart under his direction.
** Alternatively: Since Jack is the leader due to his superior figthing skills, he abuses his powers for his own petty amusement and satisfaction, causing resentment among his followers.

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* '''Deconstructed''': '''Deconstructed''':
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Jack, while a great fighter, has no leadership skill to speak of, so the team falls apart under his direction.
** Alternatively: Since Jack is the leader due to his superior figthing fighting skills, he abuses his powers for his own petty amusement and satisfaction, causing resentment among his followers.



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%%* '''Implied''': ???
%%* '''Reconstructed''': ???
%%* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': ???
%%* '''Played For Laughs''': ???
%%* '''Played For Drama''': ???


** Alternatively: Since Jack is the leader due to his superior figthing skills, he quickly abuses his powers for his own petty amusement and satisfaction, causing resentment among his followers.

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** Alternatively: Since Jack is the leader due to his superior figthing skills, he quickly abuses his powers for his own petty amusement and satisfaction, causing resentment among his followers.

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** Alternatively: Since Jack is the leader due to his superior figthing skills, he quickly abuses his powers for his own petty amusement and satisfaction, causing resentment among his followers.

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'''Basic Trope''': In order to be in charge, you have to kick ass.
* '''Straight''': Jack is the strongest fighter in the Super Awesome Team, therefore he's made leader.
* '''Exaggerated''': Jack can annihilate entire armies with zero effort, and is the leader of the world.
* '''Downplayed''': ???
* '''Justified''': It makes sense for the team to want its best fighter to lead it - he can generally handle anything that comes his way.
* '''Inverted''': Jack, the strongest fighter, is the team's [[AlmightyJanitor lowest-ranked member]].
* '''Subverted''': Jack acts like he's the leader of his team, but in reality, he's of equal rank with everyone else.
* '''Double Subverted''': But when things get really hairy, they turn to him for leadership anyway.
* '''Parodied''': There's actually a set number of people someone has to beat up/kill to become the leader. Jack has the highest body count right now.
* '''Zig Zagged''': Jack acts like the leader, but he's not...until things get hairy. But in times of peace, he takes command about 50% of the time.
* '''Averted''': The hierarchy isn't based on power.
* '''Enforced''': ???
* '''Lampshaded''': "I should totally be in charge! Check out how many guys I killed!"
* '''Invoked''': ???
* '''Exploited''': Attempting to sow dissent in the ranks of the Super Awesome Team, Emperor Evulz points out that if Jack's such a great fighter, he should really be leading the team...
* '''Defied''': ???
* '''Discussed''': ???
* '''Conversed''': ???
* '''Deconstructed''': Jack, while a great fighter, has no leadership skill to speak of, so the team falls apart under his direction.
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