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* FanNickname: Some fans have taken to calling Alarak "Troll Lord" because of how much he loves to irritate the other characters.

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Some fans have taken to calling Alarak "Troll Lord" because of how much he loves to irritate the other characters.characters.
** Using Dehaka's HeroUnit to break expansion rocks at the start of a Co-op Missions game (a ''very'' inefficient thing to do given a level 1 Dehaka's low damage output, not to mention wasting time he could be using to collect Essence) is common enough to be known as "rockslapping".



* RecycledScript: The ''Whispers of Oblivion'' prologue campaign ends with a mission virtually identical to the first Zeratul mission in ''Wings of Liberty'': Zeratul infiltrates an ancient temple with help from a handful of stalkers provided by another protoss that is aiding him, he finds what he's looking for but is then forced to escape with his enemies in pursuit, and the aiding protoss pulls a YouShallNotPass to buy him time to get out.
* MissionControl: the Co-op missions Zerg commanders feature Izsha as the advisor to avoid confustion about who's speaking, the normal Zerg Advisor (a queen) or Zagara.

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* MissionControl: the Co-op missions Zerg commanders feature Izsha as the advisor to avoid confusion about who's speaking, the normal Zerg Advisor (a queen) or Zagara.
* RecycledScript: The ''Whispers of Oblivion'' prologue campaign ends with a mission virtually identical to the first Zeratul mission in ''Wings of Liberty'': Zeratul infiltrates an ancient temple with help from a handful of stalkers provided by another protoss that is aiding him, he finds what he's looking for but is then forced to escape with his enemies in pursuit, and the aiding protoss pulls a YouShallNotPass to buy him time to get out.
* MissionControl: the Co-op missions Zerg commanders feature Izsha as the advisor to avoid confustion about who's speaking, the normal Zerg Advisor (a queen) or Zagara.
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* ActorAllusion: The Aiur Zealot is a ProudWarriorRaceGuy with a distinctive BattleCry and SpinAttack, voiced by Creator/JamiesonPrice. [[VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends Where have we seen this before?]]


* HeyItsThatVoice: Alarak, why do you sound like [[StarTrekTheNextGeneration Q]] and [[MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Discord]]? Maybe because [[JohnDeLancie the three of you share the same voice actor.]]
** On the opposite end of the scale, we have [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Knuckles]], [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV Guile]] and [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist Col. Roy Mustang]] PlayingAgainstType as [[Creator/TravisWillingham Phasesmith Karax]][[note]]Mr. Willingham is usually known for playing badass authority figures. As you can probably tell from the cutscene that introduces him, Karax... isn't[[/note]]
** Creator/CreeSummer reprises her role as Protoss Executor Selendis.
** [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Worf]] [[Creator/MichaelDorn is Spirit!Tassadar!]] [[spoiler:who turns out to be a Xel'naga in disguise!]]
** [[VideoGame/EternalSonata Frédéric Chopin]], [[Franchise/BlazBlue Ragna the Bloodedge]] and [[Franchise/MortalKombat Scorpion]] are [[Creator/PatrickSeitz Artanis]].
** [[Franchise/RatchetAndClank Mr. Zurkon]] and [[VideoGame/HotelMario Mario]] is [[spoiler:the [[TheOtherDarrin new]] [[TomatoInTheMirror Fenix]].]]


** [[VideoGame/EternalSonata Frédéric Chopin]] is [[Creator/PatrickSeitz Artanis]].

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** [[VideoGame/EternalSonata Frédéric Chopin]] is Chopin]], [[Franchise/BlazBlue Ragna the Bloodedge]] and [[Franchise/MortalKombat Scorpion]] are [[Creator/PatrickSeitz Artanis]].


** [[VideoGame/EternalSonata Frédéric Chopin]] is [[Creator/PatrickSeitz Artanis]]. [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy Does this make Chopin an alien spy]]?

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** [[VideoGame/EternalSonata Frédéric Chopin]] is [[Creator/PatrickSeitz Artanis]]. [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy Does this make Chopin an alien spy]]?


** [[Franchise/RatchetAndClank Mr. Zurkon]] is [[spoiler:the [[TheOtherDarrin new]] [[TomatoInTheMirror Fenix]].]]

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** [[Franchise/RatchetAndClank Mr. Zurkon]] and [[VideoGame/HotelMario Mario]] is [[spoiler:the [[TheOtherDarrin new]] [[TomatoInTheMirror Fenix]].]]


** [[Franchise/RatchetAndClank Mr. Zurkon]] is [[spoiler:the [[TheOtherDarrin new]] Fenix.]]

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** [[Franchise/RatchetAndClank Mr. Zurkon]] is [[spoiler:the [[TheOtherDarrin new]] Fenix.[[TomatoInTheMirror Fenix]].]]

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** [[Franchise/RatchetAndClank Mr. Zurkon]] is [[spoiler:the [[TheOtherDarrin new]] Fenix.]]


* RecycledScript: The ''Whispers of Oblivion'' prologue campaign ends with a mission virtually identical to the first Zeratul mission in ''Wings of Liberty'': Zeratul infiltrates an ancient temple with help from a handful of stalkers provided by another protoss that is aiding him, he finds what he's looking for but is then forced to escape with his enemies in pursuit, and the aiding protoss pulls a YouShallNotPass to buy him time to get out.

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* RecycledScript: The ''Whispers of Oblivion'' prologue campaign ends with a mission virtually identical to the first Zeratul mission in ''Wings of Liberty'': Zeratul infiltrates an ancient temple with help from a handful of stalkers provided by another protoss that is aiding him, he finds what he's looking for but is then forced to escape with his enemies in pursuit, and the aiding protoss pulls a YouShallNotPass to buy him time to get out.out.
* MissionControl: the Co-op missions Zerg commanders feature Izsha as the advisor to avoid confustion about who's speaking, the normal Zerg Advisor (a queen) or Zagara.


** On the opposite end of the scale, we have [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Knuckles]], [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV Guile]] and [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist Col. Roy Mustang]] PlayingAgainstType as [[Creator/TravisWillingham Phasesmith Karax]][[note]]Mr. Willingham is usually known for playing badass figures. As you can probably tell from the cutscene that introduces him, Karax... isn't[[/note]]

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** On the opposite end of the scale, we have [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Knuckles]], [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV Guile]] and [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist Col. Roy Mustang]] PlayingAgainstType as [[Creator/TravisWillingham Phasesmith Karax]][[note]]Mr. Willingham is usually known for playing badass authority figures. As you can probably tell from the cutscene that introduces him, Karax... isn't[[/note]]

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* MarthDebutedInSmashBros: Sgt. Hammer's name and personality comes from ''VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm''.


** [[VideoGame/EternalSonata Frédéric Chopin]] is [[Creator/PatrickSeitz Artanis]].

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** [[VideoGame/EternalSonata Frédéric Chopin]] is [[Creator/PatrickSeitz Artanis]]. [[BeethovenWasAnAlienSpy Does this make Chopin an alien spy]]?

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** [[VideoGame/EternalSonata Frédéric Chopin]] is [[Creator/PatrickSeitz Artanis]].


** [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Worf]] [[Creator/MichaelDorn is Spirit!Tassadar!]] [[spoiler:and a Xel'naga!]]

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** [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Worf]] [[Creator/MichaelDorn is Spirit!Tassadar!]] [[spoiler:and [[spoiler:who turns out to be a Xel'naga!]]Xel'naga in disguise!]]


** [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Worf]] [[Creator/MichaelDorn is]] Spirit!Tassadar! [[spoiler:and a Xel'naga!]]

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** [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Worf]] [[Creator/MichaelDorn is]] Spirit!Tassadar! is Spirit!Tassadar!]] [[spoiler:and a Xel'naga!]]

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