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You’re playing your favorite MMORPG, First-Person Shooter or other online combat game. Noob who has no patience for complicated plans, preferring to charge full-tilt into the fray and start attacking whatever’s in front of him. The trope is named after a World of Warcraft video that has been made famous around the net. Stop being such a Leeroy” has become multiplayer jargon in the time since, and it’s sometimes used as a verb “to Leeroy” meaning to act in this way. Some players also use “pulling a Leeroy” to refer to rushing in heedless of your own safety even when this is a viable tactic. Eventually he learns to take advantage of the enemy assuming this to be the case.
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Sasuke Uchiha, as the series progresses, also falls into this habit as ambition overrides normal thought and he begins to rely more on inherent ability than skill or strategy. He spent two pages explaining The Plan for fighting Killer Bee, and no one followed it. Hidan notes that when a target angers him enough, he goes berserk, forgets about the plan, and kills everyone in sight. For obvious reasons this usually works. Sasuke’s immediate response to seeing Itachi in Part I was charge at him with a Chidori, and he spends the rest of the fight furiously rushing at Itachi only to get beaten down repeatedly. Sasuke is going to run at him screaming like last time.
Invasion of Konoha arc and ends up fighting Kankuro, whom he was disappointed to not be able to face in his official match. In the Five Kage Summit arc, Sakura put her teammates to sleep with a special gas to face Sasuke alone, which did not work well and required Kakashi to save her. General Scarabeth from Great Mazinger somehow manages to combine this trope with The Chessmaster. The test in question was designed so that one picked the right door. Koon is trying to work with what little clues they have been given, whereas Rak gathers that the scarcity of of clues was just another way of saying “Gamble! This just proves how much of a fuck Rak doesn’t give, since choosing the wrong door is penalized by death. Luckily, EVERY SINGLE DOOR was correct.
Misaki Yata from K, on several occasions. Episode 2: Kusanagi tells him to avoid the Black Dog, because Misaki’s no match for him. Episode 4: When they find out that the guy they’re chasing is on the school island, Kusanagi remarks that it’ll be difficult to get into there, and they’ll have to “play it safe”. At that point, Misaki’s practically out the door already. Fushimi remarks in the next episode that he knows Misaki must have done this, because Kusanagi isn’t stupid enough to send in just him and Rikio. Then in the movie, Kuroh and Neko are surveying the tower where Anna is being held. Kuroh observes the guards in and around, and says “Only a fool would try to break in through the front.