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\"If the super soldier is a protagonist, then lie anywhere on the spectrum from hero to villain to Villain Protagonist to Hero Antagonist.\"
I know the word THEY needs to appear in that sentence somewhere. Somebody please fix it.
Suggestion: \"If the super soldier is a protagonist, then THEY lie anywhere on the spectrum from hero to villain to Villain Protagonist to Hero Antagonist.\"
Suggestion: \"If the super soldier is a protagonist, theY lie anywhere on the spectrum from hero to villain to Villain Protagonist to Hero Antagonist.\"
Nevermind, edit page finally freaking loaded and I did it myself.
How come Camp Half-Blood's examples, such as the children of the 3 sons of Kronos and Luke Castellan, are not allowed to join the trope proper on the list of Super-Soldiers, yet?
Links? Information sources? I am not familiar with the works or the characters so I can not say for sure.
Because i have yet to master how to make links according to Tv Tropes' fashion, i'll just post the following links, here.
As for information sources, The Iliad described Achilles as being an Ur example of one, given the fact that he bathed in the styx since he was a baby.
And if the idea of Zeus genetically recycling his own blood-lines is to be believed, Hercules(or Herakles to the old Greeks) was most likely this trope as a demigod, given the fact that he could wipe the floor with very powerful beings in fights.
After the Trojan War, i don't exactly see why Aeneas of Troy in his Post-Trojan War-days wouldn't fit the trope as well, in the 2nd half of The Aeneid.
Well add it if you feel like it and explain specifically in the example.
Given the fact that Achilles was said to be mystically enhanced when he was a baby, and the fact that literally everywhere Achilles was, in the Trojan war, you can wager that the Trojans(who are fighting for their lives)and whatever allies they got would wind up getting slaughtered all over the place, that would particularly qualify him as a variable Ur-example in himself.
As for how Percy in particular fits?
He managed to engage elite armies in the 5th novel, The Last Olympian, after having to bathe in the Styx, and combine that with the fact that children of the 3 sons of Kronos are harder to kill than most other people in general, this combination is quite lethal.
Next thing i'll add is that i don't know how to use the site, properly, much to my dismay.
Achilles, Luke, and Percy are technically super-soldiers (though that\'s a bit iffy), but the others are NOT super-soldiers, they\'re One-Man Armies. A Super Soldier is a regular soldier who\'s experimented on to produce something greater.
"Under international law, it is currently illegal to engage in supersoldier research."? Um...clarification or a cite, please?
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