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TNA is some kind of traitor.
TNA has been on the receiving end of treachery.
Not that I know of.
TNA's setting is 20 Minutes into the Future.
Yes, by all means.
TNA is short.
Emmm… I have no idea.
Next avatar is a nerd.
Yeah, Dr. Horrible's a big damn nerd.
TNA makes fun of nerds
Nope. Meta Knight's too chivalrous and isn't the one to judge those kind of people, he rarely even does something funny on his own. Lucina wouldn't even think of that.
TNA is a Half-Human Hybrid
Nope, he's just human. Or well superhuman if you want to be technical about it.
TNA is a Jerk with a Heart of Gold.
Nah, Trazyn's an all-out jerk. He's only interested in stealing other people's stuff (and sometimes the people themselves). His sole selfless moment, helping Cadia against Abbadon's 13th Black Crusade, happened just because he felt like it (and a chance to steal Abbadon at the side, though he had to make do with Cadia's greatest general).
TNA is better at fighting than any other activities.
I'd say he's better at intimidating people than fighting. Not to say he's a bad fighter, he's just a really scary dude.
TNA walks in an odd manner.
No, they don't.
TNA's story has No Antagonist.
Life in general could be said to have an antagonist, perhaps insert-political-belief-you-dislike-here, but my life in particular doesn't really have one.
TNA was created in an avatar creator thing.
TNA is literally just a random screenshot.
Nope, it's a crop from official art. See here for the entire image at its max resolution.
TNA is known for being overpowered.
From what I've gathered, Trazyn is a pretty mediocre option on the tabletop (at least in the latest edition). Other Necron named characters overshadow him in terms of army support or ripping everything to shreds in melee combat. His main advantages are his low point cost and that when he dies, you can chose another Necron infantry and declare he is now Trazyn, which lets him come back to the board with a fraction of health left. Useful for denying your opponent from getting Slay the Warlord victory point.
TNA is an accomplished tactician.
He's too utterly stupid to be a good tactician.
TNA has some kind of special ability.
TNA is/likes Pokemon.
No, but the Warhammer fandom likes to joke that the enslaved C'tan shards are treated like Pokemons by their Necron masters.
TNA has versatile abilities.
TNA could take down an entire army in one hit.
Laura definitely can. Charllote cannot; however, if Authority Equals Asskicking, she would be around an officer or captain's level of power.
TNA has a pet or some other animal companion.
Not in actual fact. I'd like a cat, but... money...
TNA is partially but not fully human.
Well, he's a personified game company so... kind of?
TNA has two or more characters
Edited by Zanreo on Feb 28th 2019 at 4:18:50 PM
Nope, just Denki Kaminari and his cool glasses.
TNA could survive a fall from space.
No, but Stitch can; he's Nigh Invulnerable.
TNA is in the autism spectrum or is theorized to be in it.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Feb 9th 2019 at 11:00:20 PM
TNA is Stronger Than They Look.
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