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Related to the Genius Ditz or the Crouching Moron, Hidden Badassyou have the Brilliant, But Lazy character, who is more than capable of taking care of any situation that the heroes have to deal with, but doesn't care.
They'd rather relax and do nothing to help. This character will likely Refuse The Call when it comes, feeling that, whatever's going on, it's not their problem.
Expect them to be very sarcastic as well. Expect such a character to be indifferent, uncaring, and, at worst, obnoxious or self-centered.
However, when it's crunch time, and the heroes need someone to come save them, guess who decides to give them a break? Often a form of Obfuscating Stupidity. Can be associated with Book Dumb. If they're also rich, they may be an Upper-Class Twit. When they try to be The Slackerthey usually turn into a Professional Slacker.
See also Unskilled, but Strongwhich a Brilliant But Lazy character can be if they have great power but don't bother working to improve on it. An obvious subversion here is the notable difference between someone who actually is Brilliant But Lazy and someone who thinks they're Brilliant But Lazy but is actually just Lazy.
This also applies to those who are secretly afraid they're not brilliant and hence refuse to exert themselves for fear they'll be exposed.
They should also beware of falling into the trap of Laborious Laziness if they find that their smarts and their desire to avoid doing work is in fact making them work harder at being lazy than they would be working if they just did what they were supposed to. May overlap with the Erudite Stonerwhose laziness comes from being under the influence, the Absent-Minded Professorwho may seem lazy because his intellect distracts him from everyday tasks and Jerk with a Heart of Gold.
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See also, Hidden Depths. Director Ton is usually seeing practicing his golf swing and bossing around his underlings especially Retsukobut during the end-of-quarter crunch in episode 10 he's shown to be a whiz at making calculations with an abacus.
Yurine from Ano Kiss is the best at everything without even trying and spends most of her time sleeping in class including cooking class! You could say she isn't so much lazy as completely lacking motivation, both because she never has to work hard and because she considers herself a nuisance for other people.
She can get serious when she has an actual reason to—said reason is most often her competition with the girl she loves, Ayaka.
Karma Akabane from Assassination Classroom is solidly in this trope, getting 4th place in the school on midterms when the odds were stacked against his class due to additional last minute questions they hadn't been told to study for out of sheer smarts He's in class 3-E for his bully hunting and delinquent ways, not his grades.
However, the trope is deconstructed with the term finals, where Karma doesn't study at all and drops to 13th place. True, 13th in the entire school without studying when the exams are designed to be insanely difficult is no mean feat, but the pain comes from Karma knowing and knowing everyone else also knows that he can do better.
In the final test of the series, he gets a perfect score, having studied in order to beat his rival who is both brilliant and a hard worker.
Tomo from Azumanga Daioh shows signs of intelligence, but clearly doesn't put it to any use, academic or mundane. The only sign of her intelligence is the high marks she gets when she actually does study. However, he decided to make manga because he thought that's an easy job and once he finds out it's not a cakewalk, he does everything he can to avoid working.
Roger Smith of The Big O is 'bout half an example. When he has a jobhe'll go at it with the tenacity of a badger, and won't rest till it's done. Dorothy Waynewright 's nerve-wracking piano-playing. In an early episode, he goes through a major mission including obligatory Humongous Mecha battle just to get her some piano-lessons so she'll at least wake him up gently.
It works, but even afterwards she still resorts to her old rapid-fire "Alarm Clock" playing whenever Roger stays in bed 'till late afternoon.
Raia in Black Clover is characterized largely by his lack of desire to do anything until coerced to do so. However, he is also a master of Copy Magic, a set of spells that allow him access to every spell of any spellbook he has come into physical contact withand is not only able to gain instant proficiency with them allhe was born with enormous mana reserves allowing him to use those spells with equal or greater power and potency than their original users.
He can even create a duplicate of Asta's Anti-Magic swords, though he could not copy their Anti-Magic traits.🔥Citing and more! Add citations directly into your paper, Check for unintentional plagiarism and check for writing mistakes.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The Complex Hero in Beowulf - The story of Beowulf is one of the oldest examples of what society views as a hero.
Though the story was written in Anglo-Saxon times, the credentials one would need in order to be considered by society a hero remain the same.
Old English literature or Anglo-Saxon literature, encompasses literature written in Old English, in Anglo-Saxon England from the 7th century to the decades after the Norman Conquest of "Cædmon's Hymn", composed in the 7th century, according to Bede, is often considered the oldest extant poem in English, whereas the later poem, The Grave is one of the final poems written in Old English.
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