Lucas Baker from VII is a sadistic manchild who is implied to have perved on his sister at some point, and throws a tantrum and storms off, never to be seen again (not counting DLC) after you outsmart him. The rest of the family are also psychotic maniacs, but they’re infected with a parasite or some shit (I don’t remember) that makes them that way, whereas Lucas has freewill and is just naturally like that.Honestly, the Resident Evil series is chock full of lolcows of various sorts.
Brad Vickers is a bit of a careercow due to his cowardice.
Steve Burnside is a whiny borderline Nice Guy.
Brian Irons and Vincent Goldman are quintessential horrorcows.
Alfred Ashford is a cross-dresser with an incestuous crush on his sister, is batshit insane, dresses like an antique tin soldier, is utterly incompetent at his job (Umbrella gave him command of the Rockfort facility to keep him away from any valuable assets) and honestly checks off so many lolcow sub-groups it's not even funny.
Then there's all the insanity in the later action-oriented titles, but that's a whole post unto itself.
My name is Yoshikage Kira. I'm 33 years old. My house is in the northeast section of Morioh, where all the villas are, and I am not married. I work as an employee for the Kame Yu department stores, and I get home every day by 8 PM at the latest. I don't smoke, but I occasionally drink.Yoshikage Kira is anti social, has a hand fetish, collects nail clippings, and Almost certainly has OCD.
Wasn't expecting page 2 to see some FE Representation. But more on my takes laterOrson from Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. He commits treason in exchange for the bad guys reviving his dead wife as essentially an undead sex doll for him. Dude doomed an entire country over blue balls.
Oh, and Carlyle from the same game, who hands his Queen over to the enemy to be killed because she won't screw him. I think he and Elliot Rodger would get along splendidly.
Sounds like a decent amount of people I play smash with
Terence T. D'arby from JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. He's supposed to be the butler of DIO's mansion, but the only "butlery" thing he's been seen doing is greet the heroes. His entire character is that he's the annoying little brother who thinks he's hot shit. He constantly tries to prove he's cooler and more menacing than his older brother Daniel (who btw, is a much more interesting character). His stand, Atum, has the exact same power of stealing souls just like his brother, except he steals people's souls by beating them in video games. Daniel was a gambler, and his reason for how he stole souls made sense, gambling weakens the soul, but Terence.....just likes to play video games. At one point he recalls back to a time years before where he beat the shit out of his brother for hitting on his girlfriend as an attempt to appear more threatening, the problem with that is his brother isn't violent, he only relies on cunning to defeat his enemies. Tell me, is it impressive for Superman to beat up Lex Luthor? No, because Luthor isn't a fighter. Finally comes his defeat. Daniel was defeated through Jotaro taking a last ditch effort and bluff his way to winning the match. You wanna know how Terence lost? He threw a hissy fit at Jotaro winning when he could've turned left and see someone else was playing for him. When he loses, he starts panicking like a bitch.
I think one of the worst parts is that he was one of the few villains to get 3 episodes dedicated to him, when he really was a total whiner.Still it was pretty satisfying to see him get beaten down
He's more so like a panda than anything. He's dumb, yet harmless. Especially with a sister like Sarah, you gotta give him credit. Plus aren't all of the main characters still in like 6th grade, which is elementary in many placesI'm not sure. Ed definitely one of the top five or ten dumbest characters in the history of television, but he's also tremendously generous, unfailingly honest, and is never intentionally cruel to anyone. A tremendous feat when you consider that most anyone else with a sister like Sarah would smother the little bitch to death. Plus, every time I try and picture Ed using a computer, I'm pretty sure it'd go like this:
Ok now I'm interested, which part is this? I might have to get into Jojo nowAfter familiarizing myself with JJBA, I think Terence is a bit of a horrorcow, too. One thing that you forgot to mention (or at least, didn't elaborate on) was the fact that the manner in which he steals peoples souls is that he transfers them into dolls. The dolls become alive and conscious, aware of everything that goes on around them and capable of speech but helpless in their situation. Terence listens to their life stories and makes clothes to dress them in. He's essentially a kidnapper who renders his victims helpless, then makes a hobby out of stripping them down and dressing them up. Imagine humans in place of dolls. Yeeeaaaahhh...
Plus wasn't he the only survivor of something? It's been a hot minute since I've seen the movie they came out with a couple years back.Broly from Dragon Ball Z, despite being an immensely powerful Saiyan, could qualify as an off-meds horrorcow.
He's a sociopathic manchild who can't keep his emotions in check. Because of his abnormally high power level, this makes him extremely dangerous and forces his father to essentially act as his tard wrangler and use what could arguably be described as a fantastical equivalent to anti-psychotic meds in order to keep Broly under control.
Upon seeing Goku, however, Broly gets triggered and breaks the crown keeping him under control ("going off his meds"), then he has a massive sperg fit and starts destroying planets and trying to kill Goku and friends. By his second appearance, he's become even lower functioning. In his debut, he at least spoke in complete sentences. When he comes back, all he's able to do is scream, destroy things, and yell "KAKAROT!"
Ordinarily, this would just be called "being a villain," but Broly's a unique case because of how he's presented and his motivation. Yeah, that's another thing: his motivation's pretty fucking weak. The reason he's got such a raging hateboner for Goku? It's 'cause Goku disturbed him with his crying when they were both babies.
Terrence shows up in part 3Wasn't expecting page 2 to see some FE Representation. But more on my takes later
Sounds like a decent amount of people I play smash with
He's more so like a panda than anything. He's dumb, yet harmless. Especially with a sister like Sarah, you gotta give him credit. Plus aren't all of the main characters still in like 6th grade, which is elementary in many places
Ok now I'm interested, which part is this? I might have to get into Jojo now
Plus wasn't he the only survivor of something? It's been a hot minute since I've seen the movie they came out with a couple years back.
So, who am I entering into the ring?
I can imagine everyone going nuts rn since she's hot, but that's not the point. The point is her damn near obsessiveness for Corrin (who's a cow in their own right) to the point of incestous content. And Corrin is supposed to be her adoptive sibling.
In conquest you know what she does after Hinoka offers mercy? She nearly cleaves the head off her shoulders but doesn't because the corn cob steps in to tell her no. And almost everyone in this damn fandom justifies her horrific behavior with one line from a B support that most skip over.
Niles from Fates and Rhea from three houses are damn close to this level of horrific traits but they at least have redeeming traits that are shown through out their games rather than one line in a support (Niles being a damn good father and brutally honest while Rhea gives a loving home to one of her sickly experiments that eventually does give birth to the vessel of Rhea's mother but that's more spoilery than I like)
Most of the characters from that show are cows of some kind.Malcolm from Malcolm in the Middle: thinks he knows everything, self absorbed, selfish, treats his family and friends like shit, refuses to mature or learn from his mistakes, when he acknowledges his mistakes.