She successfully executed a triple lutz — triple toe loop combination, followed by a triple flip and a double axel. Her spiral sequence and all three spins were graded a level four. Opening with a triple lutz — triple toe loop combination and showing great artistic skills, she won the free skate scoring She also executed a double axel — double toe loop — double loopa double axel — triple toe loopa triple salchowa triple lutz and a double axel.
Ash gets this treatment in the fandom, due to never winning a major league just the anime-only Orange Islands, and there's him being offered as a Frontier Brain. Still, he has shown to be a competent trainer, hero in many movies, and a champion of the Battle Frontier, which is harder than the champion league in the games.
Still, "Gary was here, Ash is a loser. Ash is odd because fans switch between him being a Memetic Badass and a Memetic Loser frequently. Black and White didn't helpdespite it being his second best showing, and the less said about his performance at the Kalos League, the better.
The fact that this Arc aired during the twenty-year Milestone Celebration of the franchise which itself had a hefty amount of publicity just added to the potential punch of the bait and switch This medium is a perfect fit for Jessie, allowing her to show off her creativity, sense of style, and battling ability.
From said Kalos League, Ash's Greninja, Goodra and Noivern are subject to a lot of jokes among the fandom regarding how they performed in it - the latter two for not getting any straight wins despite their powerand the former for going down to a Mega Charizard X's Blast Burn, and failing to defeat it even with a strong Water Shuriken - one stronger than the one that knocked out a Mega Sceptile.
Quite ironic considering Greninja is otherwise a Memetic Badass.
Team Rocket are the in-universe Goldfish Poop Gangbut have their Not-So-Harmless Villain moments including a few outright victories and generally a character beating them down is supposed to demonstrate their potential as a trainer.
Unfortunately most fans fail to even treat it as an accomplishment anymore, to the point the trope sometimes extends to characters who over rely on Team Rocket battles for any source of badassery: For example, Serena of XY never finished a battle outside of Team Rocket, and even then needed dumb luck or rescuing from them during their more formidable bouts, once even against Meowthleaving many fans considering her the anime's most incompetent protagonist.
Another example of this is Ash's Torterra. It didn't have this reputation as a Turtwig, but gained this reputation when it evolved into a Grotle and later on into a Torterra it inexplicably turned into a Mighty Glacierwhich Ash somehow couldn't utilize properly, not to mention that Chimchar would become Ash's Sinnoh starter it lost virtually every battle that it was involved in, except for the ones against Team Rocket.
Simon from Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann. While early-series Simon is trying to find his footing and hence is not as Crazy Awesome as Kamina, late in the series he surpasses his "Aniki" in spades and Kamina himself acknowledges it if posthumously.
Alas, Simon pretty much remains a useless and whiny little sidekick in much of the fandom's eyes, and if they do acknowledge his late-show achievements, they do so in a bizarre way: Simon's not one guy who outgrew his problems and faced his fears and became a badass - it's more like there's two men called 'Simon', one who is whiny and one who is pure high-octane GAR with no in-betweens.
Tuxedo Mask from Sailor Moon. He has throwing rosesan extendable cane which he uses as a batonand a propensity for dramatic entries to save and encourage the Sailor Senshi. He's somewhat useful in most adaptations although he goes Out of Focus on a couple of seasons of the anime and in one he got a bridge dropped temporarily on him off-screen while he was going to America.
This has only fanned the Fanon of him being pretty damn useless period and no lack of jokes and curb-stomping are done at his expense in mostly Crossover Fan Fiction.
It's notable the original manga version of the character had mostly non-combat oriented powers, avoided direct fighting, and functioned more as a kind of scout or information gatherer for the team, and generally held in high regard by the audience of that version.
It's quite possible the changes to the anime were, ironically, intended to make the character seem more formidable and avoid perception of Tuxedo Mask was useless.
Although it also turns out that he was the Creator's Pest of one of the show runners and she did everything in her power to downplay him, which is one of the reasons of this whole mess.
Jean from Attack on Titan. In canon, his loser status consists of crushing on the oblivious Mikasa and generally being second best to Eren ; over the series, he develops into a capable soldier and gains some humility.
In fanonhis loserdom is shown through anything from being hopelessly in love with Eren to Mikasa outright hating him. Rule of Funny may be the culprit. Chad from Bleach gets this often. In this case, the canon isn't much different from the meme. Making it worse is the fact that he has minimal effect on the plot despite being the main character's best friend.
Abarai Renji gets this to a lesser degree for similar reasons. Shinji Ikari of Neon Genesis Evangelion fame. He was meant to be a deconstruction of a typical anime action hero, a guy who really wasn't cut out for fighting horrifying monsters and who suffered extreme emotional problems because of it.
He also lacks a backbone when dealing with the other characters, and almost never stands up for himself. Some viewers expected he would come onto his own like Simon above, but the angst fest the series became means he only got more and more screwed up. It's a topic of heavy debate whether he was an effective examination of his character type, or if he was just too whiny to be sympathetic.
Pretty much every spin off including the manga and Rebuild of Evangelion movies writes Shinji to be more confident, which makes it seem like it wasn't just the casual viewers who had a problem with his portrayal. Heck, even his English VA got annoyed with him for it.
Let's analyze this, where the fuck would I go? In the aftermath of 3. The meme "get in the fucking robot" which is about people forcing Shinji to pilot and then blaming him for the bad things that happened because he piloted or getting angry at him because he decided not to has appeared as a result.
Canonically, she's supposed to be an elite pilot on par with the likes of Dearka or Yzak, not quite to the level of the main characters but just below them.
However, the fact that she never had any outstanding moments of awesome piloting like Dearka and Yzak gotand the fact that the one time it looked like she might she missed it was established early on that her marksmanship isn't the bestleads fans to view her as little better than the Cannon Fodder pilots.more than humab Oct 22 pm what i can say this is such a very good drama!
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