Boisterous Bruiser /
- In the HookerVerse, Angry Joe falls under this but is mixed with a bit of Knight in Shining Armor, while Original Character Lucy is a Fiery Redhead through and through.
- In I'm a Marvel... and I'm a DC, the Green Goblin serves as a wacky, but evil Boisterous Bruiser for the villains in Season 1, but becomes a wacky, Chaotic Neutral Boisterous Bruiser for the heroes in Season 2.
- The main trait of the Hinanai House in Game of Touhou, making boisterous inhabitants that enjoy partying, drinking and fighting.
- Last Child of Krypton: Asuka is bold, bashful, energetic, and after going through her Character Development, she is happier and more mirthful than she used to before meeting Shinji. She is also Wonder Woman in the original story and Supergirl in the rewrite. She is an excellent warrior and hits very, very hard.
- Superwomen of Eva 2: Lone Heir of Krypton: Asuka is a rare female example. She is a super-strong heroine (Supergirl). She is also daring, loud, perky and likes gloating.
- Children of an Elder God: Asuka is her squad's best fighter. She is as enthusiastic and lively as in canon, and more sociable and more congenial, making her easier to hang out with.
- A Brighter Dark turns the originally gentle and all-loving Corrin into a downplayed version
- Millicent Bulstrode in Itachi, Is That A Baby? is not only rather friendly but very big and incredibly strong. At thirteen she gets a summer job breaking up prison riots by beating the hell out of the inmates. Her mother is likewise a Blood Knight though a Pint-Sized Powerhouse (contrasting Milly's Gentle Giant father).
- The Pieces Lie Where They Fell: Vix-Lei the minotaur, being loud, strong and friendly.