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Would do anything to stop their friends from supporting PETA.
He's probably heard at least something about Housepets! Peta is basically prison.
Delinquent Cat. Itís in the name really.
Looks weak but is actually very powerful.
This boy is a literal godslayer.
Would talk someone into supporting PETA.
Edited by Oggy123 on Oct 25th 2019 at 5:47:25 PM
Edited by Oggy123 on Oct 27th 2019 at 2:38:47 AM
He's the only other bad guy in the gallery, Shen's a peacock and Hyde is from Victorian London.
Disabled since birth
Edited by GoldenCityBird on Oct 26th 2019 at 9:59:23 AM
According to his father, Hachimaru's always been sickly, so much so his limbs had to be replaced with prosthetics, alongside being unable to eat anything but a special formula and always having to be hooked up to a life support machine. He gets better after becoming his universe's equivalent of a Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot, though.
Someone with extremely good luck.
Runesparce can have Serene Grace as its ability, which pretty much does exactly that.
Has been mistaken for a villain.
Edited by Oggy123 on Oct 30th 2019 at 11:33:07 PM
In the original campaign where I played Bright Eyes, the other players mistook her for a traitor. What happened was the party got arrested, she got separated from them because her criminal record was much worse than anyone else's, she broke out on her own, and she had to perform some morally-questionable acts (mostly arson) to do so. She was still loyal to the party, but she lost their trust because of what she did to escape, and only regained it near the end of the campaign.
Weak, but Skilled.
Qui-Gon Jinn is very skilled and wise, but sadly it's the weak part that does him in.
Young but wise.
Edited by BrightLight on Nov 1st 2019 at 5:24:50 AM
Larsa Ferinas Solidore, uniquely among his family, tries to solve all of his problems through diplomacy. The one person he can't reason with is his older brother.
Edited by Ghostninja109 on Oct 31st 2019 at 10:36:05 AM
Cute, yet powerful.
Being a childish Rose-Haired Sweetie who physically looks no older than 12, it's hard not to find Tet adorable. I mean, just look at that smile.
He also happens to be an omnipotent Top God who's the most powerful avatar in my gallery.
Someone who dies at the end of their work.
Well, it's possible he did. The figure who appears to Tear and the rest of the party at the end of Tales of the Abyss remains ambiguous. If one believes the figure at the end is Ashe, then Luke is dead.
A character who detests Heroic Sacrifices.
Edited by Revaryk on Nov 1st 2019 at 10:59:20 AM
Lucina likely does due to how she wants to change history so that her parents—and the parents of her friends—don't die to the Big Bad.
A Badass Normal
Huntress has no superpowers, but is still fully capable of kicking ass.
Someone who has an unusual weapon of choice.
Within the context of Path of Exile, anyway. Einhar is the only major character so far who wields a crossbow. Pretty much everyone else in Wraeclast is still stuck with bow and arrows.
Acts as a force multiplier.
Edited by ArmoredFury on Nov 2nd 2019 at 11:21:53 PM
Really stretching it...
Weaker than they appear.
Edited by Oggy123 on Nov 2nd 2019 at 10:31:55 PM
A non-superpower example. Yes, Manabi here is pouting, but she's also genuinely sick with the mumps so the puffy, swollen cheeks are justified.
Someone who just Can't Catch Up.
Despite being a lovable thug, Yangus kind of becomes dead weight at the end of the PS 2 version of Dragon Quest 8. Given that there are only four party members in that version (those being the Protagonist, Yangus himself, Jessica, and Angelo), it's kind of bothersome. You can give Yangus some items (such as the Sage's Stone, which is a free Multiheal) to make him fit a more supportive role. This is averted as of the 3DS version of DQ 8, which buffs his strength stat considerably, making him a Mighty Glacier.
A character who starts off weak, but becomes really strong.
Seems to fit Jack Spicer best, seeing as he's a decidedly petulant Ditzy Genius who becomes the sole ruler of the Earth with the disappearance of a single Xiaolin Dragon.
A character who is competent and lucid at first, but becomes much dumber later on.
Edited by arcada188 on Nov 2nd 2019 at 2:30:26 PM
Edited by Oggy123 on Nov 2nd 2019 at 10:27:47 PM
Akane Sakurada bucks a lot of sterotypes.
1. She's a Shy Red Haired Girl, yet she is not Prone to Tears either (hence this Establishing Character Moment).
2. Not as apparent, but she's quite the Politically Active Princess (which is a given considering that the plot is an Elective Monarchy among her and her eight siblings).
3. Said family members each have his and her own superpower, but they're not all-mighty either. Akane is a Gravity Master with touch range, and her limit is keeping a falling blimp afloat. She's just as durable and soft as a normal person, and she can't breathe in space either.
Hopeless with Tech
These kids right here.
Give me a moment.
Fumbled some advice to his best friend over a radio, and later blew an undercover stealth mission because of his clumsiness in handling tech.
Still doesn't detract from his awesome badassery though.
A strong and wise old-timer.
Edited by BrightLight on Nov 3rd 2019 at 6:18:58 AM
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