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For a group called The ESP Society and Research club,
Haruka is the only one who actually has it.
The inverse: An Un-Sorcerer.
All Tactical Dolls in Girls' Frontline are equipped with Fire Control Cores, essentially bits of hardware that give them absolute mastery over their designated weapons. UMP45 and UMP40 both lack Fire Control Cores and their combat performance lag behind other T-Dolls as a result. That is, until 40 eventually revealed that both of them were equipped with Electronic Warfare Cores in the first place, giving them an unique role on the battlefield.
Trained the hardest.
Vegeta is this more than Goku as unlike Goku he doesn't take the time for his body to rest, which actually costs him as he's not as strong as he could've been if he done so.
A fusion that's the result of something that involved a villain (i.e. the villain directly or indirectly caused it).
Edited by TheGamechanger on Feb 4th 2020 at 11:50:32 AM
The specific version of Bronya used in this picture is Herrscher of Reason, sparked off because she needed it to essentially brute force her way through the Sea of Quanta to Seele. While not specifically caused by a villain, it was in response to a problem she had, and the item used for it is vital to a villain's plans. Bonus points for it containing the souls of every single person who's used the Gem of Reason, making it more a sort of soul fusion.
Is a Badass Gay.
Edited by hanwen1234 on Feb 7th 2020 at 5:47:11 PM
Ral is one of the most badass Planeswalkers, and one of the few confirmed gay ones.
A Supreme Chef
Brock's cooking skills are legendary.
Likes to write stories.
I'm not sure if any of my avatars are like that, but
Is probably the likeliest.
Someone whose source material broke the mold.
Edited by Oggy123 on Feb 10th 2020 at 3:23:00 AM
Steven Universe is, in most critics' opinions, a revolutionary pro-LGBT children's show.
Most likely to be Smash DLC.
Edited by TroperNo9001 on Feb 10th 2020 at 4:42:04 AM
Pokemon Trainer-esque, just with some Ghost Pokemon in his party instead of the three starters.
Lives happily with their family.
Let's be honest, Akane's family is huge and thankfully very supportive despite the competition within it.
A Hero with Bad Publicity.
Just because Jesse (on the right) uses his powers to help find God and save the world, doesn't mean anyone really believes he's good. His enemies stop at nothing to make him look evil and bloodthirsty. Saves a young man from a pedophile gang? According to the media, he just killed a whole lot of innocent sex tourists!
An Oirish character
I may be slightly cheating by uploading this avatar just for this prompt, but I might have eventually gotten an avatar of him anyway. :P
Plato the frog has an accent that I think is Irish. I'm not that great at identifying accents, but I'm pretty sure. :P
Edited by DrNoPuma on Feb 11th 2020 at 11:13:37 AM
This day is going to be perfect...
Someone you wouldn't expect to be a Large Ham, but really is.
I'm gonna go with the entire inverse: Murasaki's a massive Troll, and yet she always seems to keep a low, almost monotone voice.
Someone who you'd expect to be a Shrinking Violet, but isn't.
Winter is very quiet most of the time due to the loss of his family but when he joins the party, He's very talkative and acts like a typical younger brother.
I'm fairly positive that the only way UMP45 can derive joy is by teasing HK416 at every possible opportunity.
Overqualified for their job.
There's throwaway line in I can't remember which episode, where Bernard gets called Dr Black. If that's the case and he does have a doctorate (probably in English Literature or something like that), then he's way too qualified to waste his life away in a failing bookshop.
Has very poor hygiene.
Pretty hard for non-sapient monsters to be hygienic.
Was brainwashed into becoming evil
"Execute Order 66."
Acts like one of the gang even though they are a natural leader.
While the Power Ponies don't have a designated leader, Galaxy has the best leadership skills of the group, so she usually ends up calling the shots unless it's one of the others' areas of expertise.
Tiana (and also Naveen) had a learning experience when they were transformed into frogs. The former learned to let loose while the latter learned to be more responsible.
Doesn't think through their plans carefully.
Aoi is very reckless, even bringing a baby Haruto to battle and using him to distract foes. This gets her killed during the final chapters of Vol. 6.
TNA is Obfuscating Stupidity.
He appears to be just naive, but in the right circumstances, he can defeat much tougher opponents than he seems to be able to.
Edited by Oggy123 on Feb 28th 2020 at 10:16:47 PM
Plenty in my gallery (and often multiple on the same page at that), but Hide's the one I most recently uploaded.
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