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* BewareTheSillyOnes / NotSoHarmlessVillain: Super Pro Sniper is usually a coward extraordinaire obsessed with "unicorn power" (''Heavy Problems'' and ''Spooktacular'' are some good examples of this). Not so much in ''Heavy Disaster'', where he's one of the main villains. He first helps the Heavy's scheme with capturing the narrator. Then he manages to sneak upon [[HeroicNeutral the Engineer]] and ''nearly strangle him to death'', managing to toy with him afterwards, before pulling out his Sniper Rifle. If it weren't for a BigDamnHeroes moment, Engie's quest could've ended before it begun. He wasn't done there, as he lead a team of Snipers into the bar and quickly take out all the attendees other than Magic Spy, [[CowardlyLion despite immediately being a man down and pissing himself, as per his gag]].


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** Also in ''Spooktacular'' when he first sees Bill, [[HypocriticalHumor right after calling a BLU Soldier a baby]].


* KickTheDog: Heavy was about to receive the Heavy Guide in ''Spookception: The Prequel'', only for it to actually be the Scout Guide, with the narrator saying no one liked the Heavy while the Scout laughs devilishly.



* ParanormalEpisode: ''Fabulous Spook'' and ''Spooktacular''.

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* ParanormalEpisode: ''Fabulous Spook'' Spook'', ''Spooktacular'', and ''Spooktacular''.''Spookception: The Prequel''.



* PsychoRangers: The Super Swiggity Combine Squad Z is this to the Super Fabulous Combine Squad X.



* SpiritualSuccessor: Lalve is widely considered to be this to the late ''[=Kitty0706=]''.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: Lalve is widely considered to be this to the late ''[=Kitty0706=]''. A running joke in the comments is he's either him in hiding, his heir, or his reincarnation.



* SuperSentaiStance: Both the Super Fabulous Combine Squad X and the Super Swiggity Combine Squad Z have these.



* VerbalTic: Most vocalizations from Demoman consists of belching

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* VerbalTic: Most vocalizations from Demoman Demoman, if it isn't drunken rambling, consists of belchingbelching, even in his thoughts.


* WhoYouGonnaCall: The team take this job in ''Fabulous Spook''.

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* WhoYouGonnaCall: The team take this job in ''Fabulous Spook''.Spook''.
* YetAnotherChristmasCarol: ''A Touching Story''.


* OneWordVocabulary: "Apples," for one of the Snipers in "Heavy Disaster."



* VerbalTic: "Apples," for one of the Snipers in "Heavy Disaster."

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* VerbalTic: "Apples," for one Most vocalizations from Demoman consists of the Snipers in "Heavy Disaster."belching

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* CatchPhrase: The dancing Engineers have "YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE" as one, as it's what they yell while dancing.


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* MadeOfExplodium: Usually when the sped-up Square Dance music starts and very fast dancing Engineers show up, things start to explode.


* BigWhat: Occasionally pops up, usually using a voice clip from [[WebVideo/JonTron]].

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* BigWhat: Occasionally pops up, usually using a voice clip from [[WebVideo/JonTron]].{{WebVideo/JonTron}}.



* MadScientist: Doctor Mc. Madic, who first appears in Heavy Disaster.

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* MadScientist: Doctor Mc. Madic, who first appears in Heavy Disaster.''Fabulous Spook''.


* BigElectricSwitch: Dr. Mc Madic flips one in the climax of ''Fabulous Spook.'' [[EpicFail It makes Merasmus' body disappear, alongside all his minions who were holding the heroes at gunpoint. Oops.]]
* BigWhat: Occasionally pops up, usually using a voice clip from [[WebVideo/JonTron]].



* EvenTheSubtitlerIsStumped: The closed captions in ''Meet The Pyro''.[[note]]Something English combined with Japanese[[/note]]

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* EvenTheSubtitlerIsStumped: The closed captions in ''Meet The Pyro''.[[note]]Something Pyro'',[[note]]Something English combined with Japanese[[/note]]Japanese[[/note]] As w



* TheFriendNobodyLikes: The Scout regularly gets crap from the other members of the Team, "The Scout Guide" features the one time the Narrator uses outright aggressive language in the "Guide" series, and the same Guide is also the second-shortest of the bunch (only just barely surpassing the Soldier's).



* ImmediateSelfContradiction: The Soldier near the end of ''Fabulous Spook'':
--> '''Soldier:''' Men, these are the facts as I understand them. One: I am not afraid of no ghost. Two: I am scared, you maggots!



* SpiritualSuccessor: to [=Kitty0706=].

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* SpiritualSuccessor: Lalve is widely considered to [=Kitty0706=].be this to the late ''[=Kitty0706=]''.



* TheFriendNobodyLikes: The Scout regularly gets crap from the other members of the Team, "The Scout Guide" features the one time the Narrator uses outright aggressive language in the "Guide" series, and the same Guide is also the second-shortest of the bunch (only just barely surpassing the Soldier's).

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* BananaPeel: Played with and [[ExaggeratedTrope very much exaggerated.]] Instead of banana peels, entire bananas occasionally show up, and whenever a character so much as touches them, they are sent violently flying in random directons, and most likely explode at the end.


* WhoYouGonnaCall: The team take this job in ''Fabulous Spook''.
* WingdingEyes

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* WhoYouGonnaCall: The team take this job in ''Fabulous Spook''.
* WingdingEyes
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* CatFight: Spy prompts one in ''Fabulous Spook'' by calling up Miss Pauling to fight[[Film/Coraline The Other Mother.]] They even make cat noises!

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* CatFight: Spy prompts one in ''Fabulous Spook'' by calling up Miss Pauling to fight[[Film/Coraline fight [[WesternAnimation/{{Coraline}} The Other Mother.]] They even make cat noises!



* WhoYouGonnaCall: The team take this job in ''Fabulous Spook''.

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* WhoYouGonnaCall: The team take this job in ''Fabulous Spook''.Spook''.
* WingdingEyes


* AxeCrazy: Engineer, typically.

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* AxeCrazy: AxCrazy: Engineer, typically.


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* BigBallOfViolence: Pops up occasionally.
* BlackComedyRape: A few times, usually courtesy of a spy. One example is the instance in ''Super Pro Sniper'' where the Sniper gets pinned to a wall, and a spy grows a knife out of his crotch and proceeds to violate him.


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* BringMyBrownPants: The Super Pro Sniper Dude often defacates a jar of Jarate whenever he's scared.


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* CatFight: Spy prompts one in ''Fabulous Spook'' by calling up Miss Pauling to fight[[Film/Coraline The Other Mother.]] They even make cat noises!


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* DistractedByTheSexy: [[ExploitedTrope Exploited]] by Francis to knock out a stormtrooper in ''Star Space Wars''


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* IntelligibleUnintelligible: The Demoman often speaks in drunken moans and gibberish, but the other characters have no problems whatsoever understanding what he says.


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* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: Heavy in ''Heavy Disaster'' when Doctor Mc. Madic walks in on him making two sandviches kiss.


'''[[https://www.youtube.com/user/LalvePro/videos Doctor Lalve]]''' is a ''VideoGame/GarrysMod'' video creator. He joined YouTube in 2010, but his channel exploded in popularity around the time he uploaded "The Engineer Guide," and his videos (post-"The Engineer Guide") regularly earn views in the hundreds of thousands.

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'''[[https://www.youtube.com/user/LalvePro/videos Doctor Lalve]]''' is a ''VideoGame/GarrysMod'' video creator. He joined YouTube Website/YouTube in 2010, but his channel exploded in popularity around the time he uploaded "The Engineer Guide," and his videos (post-"The Engineer Guide") regularly earn views in the hundreds of thousands.


** [=THE=] [=SOUND=] [=OF=] [=PLEASURE=]

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** [=THE=] [=SOUND=] [=OF=] [=PLEASURE=][=PLEASURE=] [[note]]The Scene was the soldier blankly staring at a untuned TV while white noise plays[[/note]]
** [=Something Russian=] [[note]]What was actually said: Heavy: WHO TOUCHED MY SANDVICH?![[/note]]



* LimitedAnimation

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* LimitedAnimationLimitedAnimation: Being a Gmod animation it embodies and embraces this trope, being a result of what Gmod animators have to work with and around, it also forms part of the charm of Gmod animations.



* ShoutOut: ''[[WesternAnimation/InsideOut Inside Fortress]]''.

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* ShoutOut: Outside of the general references to gaming and pop culture as part of one-off jokes, there are some recurring jokes or entire videos that are shout-outs:
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''[[WesternAnimation/InsideOut Inside Fortress]]''.


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** Joe Barbaro from {{VideoGame/Mafia}} sometimes stars in the videos, saying some variation of his notable quote "Holy s**t, what a f**king disappointment!", which was notably used in [=Kitty0706's=] videos.


--> '''Super Pro Sniper:''' '''Skill always beats luck.'''

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--> '''Super Pro Sniper:''' '''Skill Skill always beats luck.'''


-- '''Super Pro Sniper:''' '''Skill always beats luck.'''

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-- --> '''Super Pro Sniper:''' '''Skill always beats luck.'''

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