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TNA is from a movie.
Technically their first appearance
TNA Does Not Like Guns
Wrong. I get the feeling Waluigi would use just about anything, really.
TNA loves to eat.
Not quite. Exusiai apparently likes apple pies so much she literally shouts "Apple pie!" while gunning people down, but there's no indication that she eats pies a lot.
TNA has a Meaningful Name.
In the comics, Cassidy (first name, Proinsias) and his brother, Billy, are the sons of an Irish Catholic and a British Protestant. Billy got a British name. Cassidy got an Irish one. It's origin never mentioned in the show, but it'd fit in with series canon. So yes, his name is sort of meaningful in that is just emphasises how aggressively Irish he is comparative to other the characters.
TNA is a fictional character who interacts with fictionalised versions of real people
(Just because I feel like answering this) They both do.
Mira is named for the star of the same name in the Cetus constellation. It's also Latin for "wonderful" reflecting the way Ao sees her.
Ao, however, simply means blue.
TNA does NOT have a Series Goal.
Being a one-shot character, that's right.
TNA has an Inferiority Superiority Complex.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Feb 4th 2020 at 4:04:54 AM
Cassidy sure likes talking up his own hedonistic lifestyle and talking down to anyone who lives differently, but we find by the end of the series that he feels guilty for watching his brother die and letting down his family and his country, and that he thinks he's selfish and weak minded. So yeah, this fits him to a tee.
TNA has never killed anyone.
M4A1 nuked a company's worth of soldiers and support personnel, killed the zombiefied remains of said soldiers and unlucky civilians (some of which haven't fully turned yet), and then almost single-handedly slaughtered a crack squad of commandos. I think she has a fair bit of blood on her hands.
TNA is a white collar worker.
TNA has killed more than 5 people.
As part of a clan of assassins, Shin most assuredly has. All that training is nothing without practical experience, after all. None of the Amons have actually ever killed anyone on screen, however, and they utterly fail to defeat any playable characters.
Is part of a secret clan. Doesn't matter what.
For a while, Cassidy is part of Les Enfant Du Sang, a group of vampires and vampire wannabes in New Orleans, until he finds out their leader is "a murdering piece of shit" (Cass's own words). So, yeah, sort of.
TNA has never cried on screen.
TNA would be fine with marrying a villain.
TNA is born in February.
Considering their star signs (both are Gemini), no.
TNA has had a Valentine's Day episode/chapter.
Nope, though one could make Battle Couples, though.
TNA has a connection to dragons in some form.
Botwoon looks like a snake......do snakes count as connected to dragons?
TNA is a cat
No, and he's not an Animagus, either.
TNA is a trickster.
I do tend to play pranks on people, but it's all in good fun. I wouldn't necessarily call myself a trickster.
TNA is an animal.
TNA's work has no confirmed gay characters.
Edited by Oggy123 on Feb 6th 2020 at 9:43:27 PM
Aberforth's brother is gay. I'll see myself out.
TNA is ambitious.
Quite the opposite. Cass is pretty much content to roam about doing buttloads of drugs for the rest of his long, long life.
TNA is from a controversial work
Surprisingly enough, no. You'd think a game with the premise of turning guns into sexy anime girls would stir up some trouble, but I haven't heard anything major so far.
TNA is introduced partway through the story.
He first gets mentioned in Goblet of Fire, but doesn't become important until Deathly Hallows.
TNA would lie to protect others.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Feb 9th 2020 at 2:21:58 AM
Not exactly. Kurt Hectic would like nothing more than to ditch the coil suit and go back to the quiet life of being a janitor. He really doesn't like being a hero or saving the world and he doesn't like the limelight either but his boss, Doctor, makes him to (and keeps who knows how many spare coilsuits). So he wouldn't lie but he'd be obliged to save, no matter how much he'd like to quit.
TNA is The Last DJ
Really? Not cool, Oggy.
Edited by Dhiruxide on Feb 10th 2020 at 8:39:59 PM
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