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Dec 7th 2012 at 12:56:42 PM •••

What does firebrash means? There is no definition of it on google! (I mean, I cannot find it when I google a definitino for it)

Dec 7th 2012 at 12:56:41 PM •••

What does firebrash means? There is no definition of it on google! (I mean, I cannot find it when I google a definitino for it)

Sep 22nd 2012 at 3:23:42 PM •••

Easily. An example of such a character would, when attacked, quickly disarm his attacker, knock him back over a table, then place a foot on his neck and suggest that it would be better to settle their differences over a drinking contest. As they both nurse hangovers the next morning they become fast friends.

Apr 22nd 2012 at 6:14:06 PM •••

How about Jeremy Clarkson in Top Gear? He's 6'5", 50 going on 15, enjoys goofing around, with a trademark, rather hammy way... of PRESENTING. Would this fall under Live Action TV?

Apr 8th 2012 at 10:31:52 AM •••

There are a dozen female examples on this page and they're all prefaced with "A rare female example..."

A "rare" example would be one. Or maybe two. A dozen means its not that rare.

Just sayin'

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Jun 16th 2011 at 7:00:27 AM •••

so, does anyone else think Fawkes from Fallout 3 fits this? How about Marcus from Fallout 2 (certainly a Bruiser with sage advice) or Veronica from Fallout New Vegas (try putting her in Power Armor)

Aug 18th 2010 at 6:12:15 PM •••

So, is a Boisterous Bruiser basically a more cheerful and bombastic Blood Knight (and in return, is a Blood Knight a calmer and more serious Boisterous Bruiser)?

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Nov 14th 2010 at 4:55:55 AM •••

Maybe we should take this question (and others) to Trope Talk, because despite reading the description, I don't know the answer to yours, nor how Boisterous Bruiser counts as a Sub-Trope of In Harm's Way.

Nov 14th 2010 at 6:14:18 PM •••

Eh? The tropes really don't overlap. The Boisterous Bruiser is just a guy who's good at fighting and happens to have fun when he does it. A Blood Knight is always fighting. Not for any particularly reason, it's just what he wants to do.

I could fix up the description if it's really necessary but I've never heard of anyone confusing these two before.

Dec 4th 2010 at 5:55:31 AM •••

You can be a Boisterous Bruiser and a Technical Pacifist at the same time. In fact in some versions of this trope, a bar with a Boisterous Bruiser in it is less likely to have anything turn violent since people realise that if they start a fight, he will finish it. Then he will go back to partying which is the important bit.

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