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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })A soldier specifically intended to be above and beyond a normal man; harder, better, faster, stronger, tougher, more skilled, more determined, built and trained to fight and win.
The Super Soldier can come in many forms, ranging from government-raised human weapons, cybernetically, genetically or chemically enhanced ordinary humans, to complete artificial lifeforms, or any combination of these. Usually trained by The Spartan Way.
If the super-soldier is a hero, they will often either be ruthless killers who have had a change of heart and/or angry victims who want revenge against their creators. They are often wracked with guilt over their previous actions and may be extremely "twitchy". Super-soldiers are likely to unintentionally attack their own comrades out of reflex (metaphors for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder are optional, but very common). They're also Sympathetic Sentient Weapons at times. If the super soldier is a protagonist, then they lie anywhere on the spectrum from hero to villain to Villain Protagonist to Hero Antagonist.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The exception is when they're created to defend the good guys against overwhelming forces, or if they were created as super-soldiers but raised as regular people. In the latter case, they'll usually have to go against Evil Counterparts in the form of the "normal" super-soldiers or Psycho Prototypes.
If large numbers of them are created by the Big Bad, they will seem terrifying at first, but eventually either they lose their threat and become just more mooks to get beaten up by the dozen, or else the production facilities are destroyed and they are never heard from again.
Note that this is a trope unusually likely to bring out the Fridge Logic. The biggest logical flaw is, of course, why the results would remain loyal. The second biggest logical flaw is the fact that, despite all their oft-expensive augmentations, they're still foot soldiers - and thus still vulnerable to things like aerial bombardments. (This latter question is often addressed by making the Super Soldier into a spec-ops agent of some kind, not being fielded into open battles but instead sent behind enemy lines to break things.)
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })The Space Marine is often a Super Soldier, and if so is even more likely to be a One-Man Army and may even be part of a Badass Army. If created by the bad guys, these have a nasty tendency to become Phlebotinum Rebels An army of Super Soldiers often has this as the Mass Super-Empowering Event uniting them. If there's only one, it's likely because of a Disposable Superhero Maker and/or Last of His Kind.
Expect them to possess, among other things, Psychic Powers, Super Strength, Super Speed, enhanced regenerative capabilities, and if in a fantasy setting, probable Magical abilities (or pseudo-magical).
Often overlaps with Henchmen Race, and not infrequently With Great Power Comes Great Insanity. Contrast No Transhumanism Allowed.
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The Six Million Dollar Man (and the novel, Cyborg, which it adapted) was based on this concept. The pilot movie has several characters describing the concept of a bionic man in the same terms as that of "super soldier". By extension, the spin-off, The Bionic Woman, was a continuation of the theme, but less explicitly stated.
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The Bridge elaborates on Monster X's lack of backstory. He was a normal Xilian Super Soldier given a Captain America styled augmentation with the operation turning him into a Kaiju. Some of the Mysterian-Human hybrids, this world's version of the Final Wars' mutants, are also this if they aren't psychics.
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Similarly, X-23, an attempt to produce a controllable Wolverine. However her training and skill set make her more of a super assassin.
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In the sequel to Tokyo Ghoul, the Quinx Squad are intended to be this. Described as human weapons, the stated goal of the project is to create an Investigator capable of surpassing the legendary "Undefeated Grim Reaper", Arima. That they haven't lived up to the expectations and hype causes them to be treated as the Black Sheep of CCG.
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Über, also put out by Avatar Press, is a comic all about the various powers in World War Two gaining the ability to make superhuman 'tank' soldiers. They possess super-human strength, speed, are damn near invulnerable and have the power to distort reality using energy halos. The only thing that can possibly kill a Uber is another one.
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This was the goal behind Hereti Corp's Aylee cloning project in Sluggy Freelance. The Oasis Project might also have similar goals.
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Star Wars Republic introduced the Advanced Recon Commando to the Star Wars Legends continuity. The Alpha-class ARC troopers were one hundred, mostly unchanged prototype clones of Jango Fett's DNA, making them smarter and more independent from the average clone, and they were trained by Fett himself. The ARC troopers were deadly and efficient to the extent that they were placed in stasis until they were needed, rather than being deployed to Geonosis with the rest of the clone army.
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Dark Angel: The Transgenics were genetically engineered humans designed to be soldiers. Not just rank and file soldiers either, but commanders, specialists, logistical and support staff all custom made for their role including:
The X series' comprising of nine series of varying make up and success rates, acting as the soldiers, commandos and field commanders of Manticore's army. Powers include vary from the X5 series' feline grace and jumping ability to the X7's batlike ultrasonic communication bordering on hive mind. All the X series have increased the 'standard' super soldier boosts to reflexes, stamina and strength in addition.
Psy Ops only has one on screen representative, but she was capable of Telepathy and Mind Control.
Also developed by Psy Ops are the I.T. Concentrates custom engineered to fulfill the role of a general...and his staff AND a super computer and database to boot. So good at processing information that it borders on precognition. Also engineered to be really unimportant looking as a form of protection.
Super Medics acting as both doctors and portable bloodbanks. All of Manticore's trangenics are universal donors, but for their medics they decided to take a step further. Their blood contains higher levels of hemoglobin, platelets and fibrin to speed clotting of wounds as well elevated levels of pain-killing endorphins and adrenalin. The production rate is also much faster than either human or transgenic and they have a higher-than-average blood pressure required for quick transfusions. This coupled with extensive training in physiology, combat medicine and emergency battlefield surgery making them very effective one man medical corps.
On top of these are the significantly less human looking transgenics specialized by environment including Desert Specialists, Polar specialists, Marine specialists and even a monstrous equivalent of a K9 corp specializing in tracking.
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Lex Luthor creates one in the Smallville episode "Prototype". The episode title is appropriate, as Lex's plan was to repeat the process and create an entire army of Super Soldiers for the US military (supposedly, anyway; this is Lex we're talking about). Fortunately, the facility creating the soldiers was destroyed in a fight between Clark and Bizarro.
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RoboCop: Alex Murphy is a policeman rather than a soldier, but given future Detroit's criminal situation, there's not much difference. He's also the only one who worked properly, as following attempts to create "Robocop 2" ended... badly.
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Their "brothers and sisters" made an appearance in several episodes of Enterprise. When Dr Arik Soong took augment embryos left over from the eugenics war and did a little tweaking in an attempt to make perfect humans. Unfortunately it didnt work and they still had the same ambition, ego and beliefs about genetic superiority.
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Taken: In "Maintenance", Tom Clarke believes that John was not an alien but a super soldier who was created using psychotropic drugs as a part of an early Cold War experiment carried out by the US government.
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In Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, Sigmar creates the Stormcast Eternals to give the forces of Order a fighting chance against the Warriors of Chaos. Similar to the Einherjar of Norse myth, the Stormcast Eternals are created from fallen heroes and literally reforged in body and mind into mighty immortal golden warriors clad in sigmarite armor.
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In The Simpsons, a dispute over the sounds from nearby airplanes leads into:
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In Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Season 1's Story Arc is built around the attempts of Project Centipede and their leader the Clairvoyant to create an army of super soldiers, by combining the Extremis formula from Iron Man 3 with various other serums and cybernetic enhancements.
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The Cortexiphan kids from Fringe were trained to become this in the impending war between universes. The show notably shows the downsides to having some of these powers, such as a telepath who can't bear being near other people and must live in isolation for the rest of his life, an empath who unintentionally causes other people to feel his depression and commit suicide, or a pyrokinetic who can't control her own flames.
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All the children involved in The Chimera Program arc of Cool Kids Table were experimented on to create super-human weapons, but it sure doesn't seem voluntary.
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Heroes had Scott, the Marine from the last couple of episodes in the third season. Notably killed a few seconds after receiving his first combat assignment.
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Looney Tunes:
Lighter Than Hare: In this cartoon casting Yosemite Sam as a space alien sent to capture Bugs Bunny, he claims his army of Red Robots as undefeatable. Humorously averted when they are crushed against Bugs.
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Dark Sun nomadic mantis-folk Thri-Kreen are hatched as sleepless armored death machines. Tohr-Kreen (settled variety) consist of similar races or subspecies. But they got technology more advanced than anything in inherited memories of those savages and make "zik-trin" — enforcers or scouts large and hideously powerful compared to normal Kreen, mentally conditioned to absolute obedience to their controllers. Tohr-Kreen are reclusive and as Properly Paranoid as most sentients on Athas, so their only representatives met in other lands are such modified scouts with memories of their homeland location removed, doubling as missionaries to wild Thri-Kreen packs.
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The Artificial Mages and Combat Cyborgs in Lyrical Nanoha, which turn out to be secretly supported by the higher-ups of the Time Space Administration Bureau themselves so they can have a steady supply of combat-capable mages.
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The Jinchuuriki of Naruto are one part this, one part Attack Animal, depending on how they are viewed. It varies.
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Quarlo, from The Outer Limits (1963) episode "Soldier", had superhuman strength and hearing. Raised by the State of a far-future era to do nothing but fight, he was baffled by the peaceful ways and world he found himself in after being transported to 1964 in a freak accident.
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Fullmetal Alchemist has Olivier Armstrong being introduced to an army of artificial "humans". Souls of those killed in Amestrian wars are collected and infused into white, emaciated, nigh-immortal bodies created by alchemy. The goal of the Amestris high command was to use these puppets to replace their human armies, creating more soldiers from the souls of their fallen enemies.
There's also the "perfected" human chimerae.
In the 2003 anime version, they are implied to be the results of both a project to make powerful soldiers and because they knew too much about the government's nasty little misdeeds.
Wrath is basically this: a man trained to the peak of what the human body can endure and then subjected to an experiment that increased his physical abilities ten-folds, made him more durable and slowed-down his aging. His eyes were especially augmented, being able to process information almost immediately and never missing anything.
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In RWBY, every trained Huntsman or Huntress has had the inherent potential of their souls unlocked to perform incredible feats of strength and speed beyond that of a regular human, an Aura to protect their body from injury and a special power unique to the individual known as a Semblance - Ruby has Super Speed, Weiss can summon a spectral ally, Blake can create shadow clones of herself, Yang goes Super Saiyan, etc. However Aura can be depleted through repeated hits and once it runs out, the user is no less vulnerable to being stabbed or shot than a Badass Normal. The Kingdoms train Huntsmen and Huntresses for fighting the Grimm but they also retain regular soldiers (and Atlas has Mecha-Mooks).
A special notice should be given to Atlesian Specialists like Weiss’s sister, Winter. Huntsmen and Huntresses are kind of a subversion, in that, yes, they are incredibly potent fighters, but are explicitly separated from the Military by design. However, Specialists from the aforementioned Kingdom of Atlas fit the mold perfectly, as they receive military training and indoctrination, making them a militarized version of a Huntsman or Huntress.
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Genocide Man features Genocide Men, who have nanotube ceramics in their bones to make them unbreakable, artificial glands that provide combat stimulants and negate many toxins, and telomere replacement therapy to mitigate the effects of aging. Many of the genetic deviants they were designed to combat were super soldiers as well: the Ugandan deviancy comprised four-year old children with claws, slitted pupils, and ridiculously fast reflexes. They killed everyone else in Jacob Doe's squad, who only survived because he was a G-Man.
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Crankrats features the eponymous Bantarian super-soldiers (officially called Generators) who have an experimental power source implanted in their chest, giving them extreme strength and speed as well as spectacular Shock and Awe powers. Only six were made, but they were a terror in battle, with a single one capable of taking on entire battleships or troop formations. However, eventually they either rebelled or went mad with power, and the war "ended" with a treaty requiring the Bantarians to execute all the Crankrats. The discovery that a seventh Crankrat was made and is still alive threatens to reignite the war.
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The DC Comics fanfic With This Ring explains the origin of Xalitan Xor, "Konvikt", as part of the War Hound program operated by his government, transferring the minds of children into enhanced bodies (several meters tall, with Nigh-Invulnerability and Super Strength), and mentally programming them with a strong sense of honor to make them loyal. Xor doesn't really resent what happened to him, he just gets upset when he discovers that their leaders are not similarly honorable themselves.
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Several characters in Alice Grove are very, very old super soldiers.
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Marshal Law is a satirical look at super"hero" veterans of a genetic war who had been enhanced and programmed for violence, then were unable to go back to normal lives.
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Emil Blonsky / Abomination in The Incredible Hulk starts out as a Super Soldier, thanks to work based on a certain WWII project we "later" see in more detail. When that still isn't enough for him to take on the Hulk, he injects himself with even more dangerous crap and full-on becomes the Abomination. Tony Stark later pops in to condescendingly remind General Ross why that program was put on ice.
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The Human Reform League super soldiers from Gundam 00, made from artificially born, gene-boosted and nanotech-enhanced humans. The exact nature of the program that created them is kept in the dark to the viewers, but judging by their only surviving alumni (one sane but Emotionless Girl working in the HRL military, and one Split Personality Ax-Crazy Phlebotinum Rebel who killed all the others and destroyed the program headquarters) and the public backlash the HRL suffered after it was revealed to the world, it was not exactly the prime definition of a 'success'.
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Attack on Titan makes use of this trope to varying degrees.
Dot Pixis invokes the trope to explain Eren's mysterious ability to transform into a Titan, claiming it to be the result of a military experiment to create a Super Soldier.
The enemy Titan Shifters are a Tyke Bomb variant, hinted to have been raised and trained to carry out their mission against humanity. All are insanely skilled soldiers even before factoring in their Healing Factor and ability to transform into Titans with unique powers.
While its origins remain mysterious, the members of the Ackerman family possess an unusual trait that allows them to become one when awakened. Each surviving member is considered a One-Man Army, which apparently led to the government persecuting their clan in the past.
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Freefall: Dr. Bowman mentions that genetically modified chimps were created for this purpose, he also points out some of the problems associated with this idea
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The Freelancers of Red vs. Blue. All of them underwent advanced training to be elite soldiers, and most were paired with an AI implanted directly into their head. Each of them also had a special armor ability (invisibility, Healing Factor, time stop). And yes, a number of them rebel.
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Zenith: The Nazis got some cheat codes from a few Eldritch Abominations on how to make a superman, the British stole that information during World War II, and afterwards attempted to recreate the process. The resulting superwarrior children came of age during The '60s, promptly rebelled and became hippies, and... well, let's just say it didn't end well for anyone.
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Many examples exist on the mad world that is Coreline, but to provide one example: the Stingray Industries "Hellsoldier Project", which takes people (living and dead) with Power Nullifier mutations and turn them into virtually unkillable infantrymen-capable of surviving the wrath of things as nasty as a pissed-off, no-holding-back (think "Regime" or "Justice Lord") Superman or supernatural monsters like Bill Cipher long enough to blow their brains out with the biggest gun they have available at the moment.
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In Heroes Unlimited, this is a power type, and there are a wide variety of organizations dedicating a substantial amount of resources to building their own metahumans.
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Commander Badass and his squad/family from Manly Guys Doing Manly Things are time-travelling super soldiers from a nondescript spacefuture. Among other things, the Commander has punched Hitler, single-handedly won The Vietnam War, and then prevented himself from doing that after seeing the future where First Blood was never made.
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Wolverine and the other products of the Weapon Plus program (of which he was Weapon X).
Deadpool (another beneficiary of the Weapon Plus program) at one point faces off against Cap with a spiel about two wary super soldiers watching, respectful yet wary...until Hercules runs out of fuse.
Fantomex (Weapon XII) and Huntsman (Weapon XIII) were both created from nanotechnology. While Fantomex was intended to be a poster boy for a Mutant hunting superhero team he mostly spends his time now working with X-Factor. Huntsman on the other hand was essentially a walking version of The Virus that infected anyone he touched taking over their mind.
Similarly, X-23, an attempt to produce a controllable Wolverine. However her training and skill set make her more of a super assassin.
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Cowboy Bebop: One of the key events in the series' Back Story is the Titan War, a particularly brutal conflict that ended about ten years before the series begins. During the war, both sides engaged in many unethical experiments, including ones with Super Soldiers; most of these ended horrifically for both the test subjects and the experimenters. One of the test subjects to survive these was Tongpu (codenamed Mad Pierrot), who came out of the process as a sociopathic walking arsenal with the mind of a child. One of the few opponents Anti-Hero Spike Spiegel actually feared, he eventually was incapacitated with one of his own weapons, at which point he broke down crying and begging for his mother until he was finally destroyed.
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In the Whateley Universe, one of the theories about the growing number of mutants, especially in the US and Europe, is the heavy use of Super Soldier experiments by both the Axis and Allies during World War II; the idea is that many of the current mutants are the descendants of wartime supers.
It has been explained (albeit by an Unreliable Narrator) that most of the early experiments were aimed less at field troops, and more at covert operations and special forces - an army of super-strong soldiers wouldn't be much value when tanks and aircraft could accomplish more with fewer headaches, but things like enhanced strength, senses, or reflexes could give a commando a crucial edge. It is also explained that most of the Super Soldier experiments went badly, causing either Body Horror transformations or severe psychological disorders, which resulted in many former 'patriotic heroes' becoming super-villains in the 1950s and 1960s.
It was also claimed that most of the 'Flag Heroes' that were the darlings of Hollywood were actually covers for tests of these Super Soldiers, where their home front missions were basically used to test whether they would snap under pressure before going into the more crucial roles. Those who didn't make the cut? Pumped full of amphetamines and painkillers, then dumped in a corner of the battleground on a Suicide Mission far from other Allied troops.
While the experience of WWII has put most national armed forces off of super soldiers for field units, experiments did continue, often with disappointing or even tragic results. As a result, focus has shifted towards elite training and Powered Armor rather than augmentation, as well as in using those who were already Differently Powered Individuals - primarily mutants, especially those who come through Whateley Academy's JROTC program. While teams such as EQUALIZER (better known as The Dragonslayers) could be considered Super Soldiers, they accomplished what they did through superior tactics, and at the price of staggering casualty rates.
However, Super Soldier forces are not unknown as henchmen for Super Villains, and even for mercenary units (who are often the same thing). Notable examples include the Paramount Guards' Catamount Troopers, the Tiger Guards' Sabretooths, the Chessmaster's Chessmen, and Dr. Diabolik's Dog Soldiers. Of specific note are the Animen, who were originally created as a breeding population for future supersoldiers.
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Kamen Rider: Most of the Showa-era Riders (the sole exception being Amazon) are ordinary people who were turned into super-powerful cyborgs; some were modified by the evil organization du jure but rebelled, others were willingly converted for various reasons (Super-1 was turned into a space exploration cyborg by NASA, V3 had his life saved by the original two Riders so he could avenge his family). The only Showa Rider to actually fight for an evil organization (ignoring the Shocker Riders and the like) is ZX, but he was quickly redeemed
Kamen Rider Double had another villainous example in the form of NEVER (Necro-Overs), dead people brought back to life with superhuman abilities to serve as Mercenaries. They too became a Phlebotinum Rebel, but not in a good way.
Kamen Rider Build: Like the Showa era, the Riders and the Smash are eventually revealed to be products of a secret project to develop military super-weapons. The organization Faust (a secret wing of the Touto government) exposed people to a substance called Nebula Gas; most become Smash, sick or physically weak people die outright, and only a rare few achieve the "Hazard Level" required to become a Rider. Faust's lieutenants Night Rouge and Blood Stalk were made to be "aggressors" who can help Riders become more powerful through combat, but have limited military usefulness since they're incapable of such growth themselves.
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12 Monkeys:
Implied to be the case with Cole, who appears to have greater strength and endurance than normal men (from 2015 anyway). Goines' scientists, upon running tests on him, describe him as a 'molecular computer'. Perhaps the injections and treatments Cole receives in the future before he is sent back in time have something to do with it.
A straighter example is found in the Messengers. Introduced at the end of Season 1 as mysterious Warrior Monks in the service of the Army of the Twelve Monkeys, Season 2 reveals that they were genetically engineered to be physically superior, immune to disease, and most importantly, un-aging.
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In Iron Man 3, Extremis makes people super strong with a Healing Factor capable of regenerating limbs in minutes and the ability to produce intense heat at will. Unfortunately the serum is unstable and many eventually explode with enough heat to vaporize anyone nearby. Most of the volunteers are implied to be disabled veterans.
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Universal Soldier used corpses as the base. However, the Unisols are more than just random corpses - they're corpses of soldiers, marines and the like, who are exceptional compared to their fellow service members. They are retrieved from the battlefield, and brought back to life, using a complex procedure of freezing, surgery, Bio-Augmentation and reheating using deep-tissue electrical shocks, and then doped up on performance boosting drugs and the like. They have accelerated metabolisms, meaning they have superior strength and endurance, and they heal from wounds faster than a normal human, though they also run the risk of overheating and must regularly be cooled. They then take it a step further using gene therapy, in Universal Soldier: Regeneration, and further modified with false memories and mind control in Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning.
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Harmony Theory: How Rainbow is viewed by those in the setting, 1000 years after My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.
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In the X-Men: Evolution adaptation, this is changed to the treatment being eventually fatal, leading Cap and Logan (later Wolverine) to destroy what they thought was the only Project: Rebirth capsule. Ironically, in this case there was a backup, which the X-Men then need to go destroy after it is discovered by Big Bad Magneto, who found that it works just fine on Mutants.
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Half-Man: Has Major Koda, a man who has been experiment on by both sides in a war lasting decades. While he has racked up an impressive body count he needs frequent medical care to keep him healthy and his biology is slowly killing him.
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The Child of Love: Gendo's genetic manipulation was meant to turn Shinji and Asuka's daughter Teri into this. It worked out, and she developed Psychic Powers.
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The Claymores of the anime Claymore are half-human, half-youma hybrids that are generally a match for most ordinary youma. Why the Organization does not simply create an army of them (rather than their traditional 47) and exterminate the youma is never explained, though it likely has to do with the danger of too many of them slipping through the control process and becoming Awakened Ones, which have the mind of a youma and drastically increased powers. Having a lot of AOs and no more source youma from which to create more Claymores would be kinda bad.
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Being heavily based on Ultimate Marvel, Marvels RPG feature several super soldiers and a lot of characters have gained powers as the effect of a super soldier program.
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From Burst Angel: Jo, Maria, and the other "Genocide Angels".
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In Star Wars: The Clone Wars (the CGI one), it's revealed that the Kaminoans experimented with the Jango Fett clone template in an attempt to create Super Soldiers. The project was overall a failure, but four of the surviving subjects came together to form the elite Clone Force 99, aka "The Bad Batch".
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Heroes Inc, actually highly effective the story line follows them being actual soldiers and then exploring the people's lives as superheroes.
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Captain America: Civil War showed that six more Super Soldiers were created but were kept on ice in a Soviet-era base. Helmut Zemo uses them to lure both Captain America and Iron Man to the base where Stark learns that Bucky, as the Winter Soldier, killed his parents. Since Zemo blamed the Sokovia incident on "enhanced humans," he had already killed the other subjects in their cryo-chambers.
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Schlock Mercenary:
To begin with, every human supposed to fight, including most of Tagon's Toughs, has "soldier boosts" (implants and Nanomachines) that optimize metabolism (they are mostly immune to intoxication, for one), improve reaction, strength and toughness enough that grunts can throw punches twice as strong as XX century professional boxers, without using protection or severely damaging themselves. With a Powered Armor on top of this.
Doyt Gyo stands out as an experiment in this area, has high-end Powered Armor and implanted genius AI acting as Mission Control and using several attack drones with great precision. Later, courtesy of the "magic cryokit", he gets more biological enhancements and interface for the AI to control the body directly — Doyt may have superhuman reaction, but his intellect is the obvious weak link.
And then the Project Laz'R'Us — experimental Nanomachines-based AI that confer virtual immortality, including an armored superhuman transitional form to revive from death, Tagon specifically calls this a "runt super-soldier".
The capabilities of this variety are discussed in regards to its' actual value as they're still vulnerable to heavy weaponry. Later demonstrated when the Toughs face an army of Laz'R'Us super soldiers, once they lose the element of surprise they prove inferior to Toughs in heavy Powered Armor.
Several Earth species were uplifted to sentience in the backstory. An angry African Elephant in power armour makes one hell of a super-soldier. Gorillas and bears also make a showing, although they're not generally portrayed as superior to boosted humans. (Although one polar bear that we get to know still answered his phone... After an expected 50 bullet holes... And complains about surgery adding a 64th hole...)
The Human Subspecies known as "Purps", for their purple photosynthetic skin, were originally developed to be soldiers who needed fewer rations. Many human governments had previously attempted to gengineer Tyke Bombs with more "traditional" super soldier traits like claws, natural armor, and conditioned sociopathy; but found them to be problematic for various reasons.
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In Defiance the Bio-Men were secretly developed in case of an alien invasion and deployed when the Votan appeared. They look less human than many of the Votan species being massive hulking humanoids with blue skin, no hair, numbers etched on their chests, and an "off-switch" that knocks them out until someone electrocutes them.
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Harbourmaster's Super Soldiers are humans who were imbued with DNA-level upgrades by the Aquaans to help defeat the Yogzarthu. Interestingly, Partasah made sure that those who did receive the treatment generally fell under the heading of "Reluctant Warrior"; he didn't like the idea of someone genuinely bellicose having this upgrade. Jendolyn is the main example in the series. She has no qualms about using commensurate force to protect the peace in the Tethys colony, but she'd rather not look upon violence outside of that (a bit of a nuisance when you consider her girlfriend loves Masked Luchador films).
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A fantasy version occurs in Exalted with the Magitek Gunzosha Commandos: these are ordinary mortals who keep up with Demigods on the battlefield by sacrificing half of their lifespan to beat up on demons, Eldritch Abominations, the aforementioned demigods, and anything else that gets in their way in a world where Humans Are Special because they're the low man on the totem pole and their souls taste better. Out of a population of millions, the top 600 most badass folks in the world are the only ones who stand a chance of becoming a Celestial Exalt (Sidereals don't count). Gunzoshas did it often enough that in the First Age they had to include protocols for what to do with them Exalting mid-battle in the manual.
Also, the Terrestrial Exalted were originally intended to be this; the Gunzosha were intended more to supplement their numbers than to be the backbone of their armies. Then the Usurpation happened, and the Terrestrials became the new aristocracy.
Solars can create these incredibly quickly with Tiger Warrior Training Technique and its expansion Legendary Warrior Curriculum. Tiger Warriors are generally considered in the fluff to be the most badass soldiers mortals can be without special equipment, such as gunzosha armour. Mix in an Infernal to use Fealty-Acknowledging Audience and By Rage Recast to grant them power-enhancing mutations, and you now have a unit that nobody wants to get in front of.
Lunars aren't bad either, between Wolf Pack Training technique and Burgeoning Wyld Infliction they can both train and mutate mortals into make-your-own-super-soldiers, and with the right upgrades, they can add animals and even plants to the list of potential recruits. Of course, breeding your own army of beastmen is more fun, and they easily become self-sustaining if you do a good job.
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Project Rebirth 2.0 was intended to give the U.S. Government another super soldier, one who would perform more unsavoury acts than Captain America (who had long since established himself as a superhero and willing to ignore orders by that point). The government managed to attain the Venom symbiote, and bonded it to American soldiers. The first was killed after a trial run, while the second was Eugene "Flash" Thompson, Peter Parker's former high school bully turned best friend. Flash eventually went AWOL, joined the Avengers, joined the Guardians of the Galaxy and more, no longer answering to the government.
It was later revealed that the Sym Soldier program predated Project Rebirth 2.0 — It actually began during the Vietnam War, when SHIELD gained access to a primordial symbiote dragon and extracted five symbiotes from it. They bonded these symbiotes to soldiers, but the symbiotes eventually went feral. The soldiers who could not be separated from their symbiotes were frozen, while the sole survivor, Rex Strickland, became a SHIELD agent.
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There are elite cyborg troops in Ghost in the Shell world who can wipe the floors with regular soldiers. Most of the show's Main Characters in Public Security Section Nine are former members of such teams.
One of the chapter titles in the manga is "Super Spartan"
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2000 AD:
Rogue, the Rogue Trooper, is the last survivor of a unit of genetically-engineered super-soldiers who were massacred when one of their generals betrayed their strategy to the enemy, leading to a massacre. GIs are stronger and faster than humans, immune to all known poisons, and can go longer without sleep.
Friday, Rogue's successor, is the last of a group of GIs "tested to destruction" against three waves of attack (soldiers, armoured assault, and prototype versions of his unit) after taking an enemy stronghold.
Zenith: The Nazis got some cheat codes from a few Eldritch Abominations on how to make a superman, the British stole that information during World War II, and afterwards attempted to recreate the process. The resulting superwarrior children came of age during The '60s, promptly rebelled and became hippies, and... well, let's just say it didn't end well for anyone.
The Judges in Judge Dredd are paramilitary law enforcement rather than soldiers most of the time, but the combination of training regimen, childhood recruitment and occasional use of cloning puts them in this category. The Judda, being highly genetically engineered and raised to be even more fanatical, are a clearer example.
Judge Dredd antagonist Armon Gill, aka "The Chief Judge's Man" was an ex-Space Corps soldier who was engineered with leopard and cockroach DNA for increased agility and endurance.
Lobster Random was designed for a war where a subconscious is a detriment. He feels no pain, can't sleep or dream and has a pair of massive lobster claws grafted to his hips. Turns out, they're the source of all his abilities. The placing of brain implants was only for show.
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In Cube Zero, the government soldiers are implanted with a chip and "reprogrammed" to become the perfect soldier, feeling no pain, getting superhuman strength and obeying orders without question.
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Walker, Texas Ranger: The 1998 episode "Warriors," where a criminal planning to take over the world kidnaps a genetics researcher who has used DNA to create a healing medicine, with the criminal planning to use it to create an army of genetically enhanced super soldiers. The prototype soldier is the one who menaces Walker, Trivette and others throughout the episode, and it is the scientist who helps Walker get the upper hand and defeat the prototype in the end.
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There were two Super Soldiers in Captain America: The First Avenger: The first one was surprisingly Johann Schmidt a.k.a. The Red Skull. He received the super-soldier formula first. However, it wasn't perfected yet, and, ala Kefka Palazzo, he was implied to have been driven even more insane than before and gained the characteristic red face as a result. The second was Steve Rogers, a.k.a. Captain America; the Super Serum was luckily perfected by that time. The fact that they had different personality traits to start with also led them even further in different directions.
The movie actually adds a Reality Ensues touch to this trope: for a time, Steve Rogers ends up sidelined because his military superior doesn't see him as particularly useful on a battlefield since, Super-soldier or not, Rogers is just one man. (Although, given that the British had been operating successful Commando operations since 1940, which Agent Carter would have surely known about, one wonders how much of this is reality and how much is Army brass narrow-mindedness — which, as anyone who's ever dealt with any military will testify, is often also Reality Ensues.) His Captain America image and the colorful costume actually originate when he's relegated to serving as the poster boy for a publicity campaign for selling war bonds. It is not until Steve proves himself by staging a one-man rescue mission of Bucky Barnes and his entire unit that Col. Phillips sees how very effective he could be.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier adds the eponymous soldier, confirming fan guesses that Bucky Barnes was injected with Super Serum by Zola in the first movie. He survived his fall from the train, but was found by the wrongest possible people and is now a Sympathetic Sentient Weapon owned by HYDRA.
Captain America: Civil War showed that six more Super Soldiers were created but were kept on ice in a Soviet-era base. Helmut Zemo uses them to lure both Captain America and Iron Man to the base where Stark learns that Bucky, as the Winter Soldier, killed his parents. Since Zemo blamed the Sokovia incident on "enhanced humans," he had already killed the other subjects in their cryo-chambers.
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Hunter's Hellcats: In Our Fighting Forces #117, the Hellcats are sent to the Slps to disrupt the development of a new Nazi secret weapon. The 'weapon' turns out to be a unit of hulking super soldiers specially conditioned to function at extremely low temperatures.
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The X-Files:
Just when the Myth Arc couldn't get any more bungled up, they threw in Super Soldiers in the last season. Mind you, they cast Adam Baldwin and Lucy Lawless, so fanservice all around...
In "Eve", creepy twin girls came from a secret government's project. Its aim was to create and clone humans with superior strength and intelligence. Boys and men were called Adams, while girls and women Eves. Pity the clones suffered from severe psychoses and had suicidal and murderous tendencies.
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In White Noise, it's heavily hinted that Wren might be this. He manages to fight off several armed guards despite suffering from starvation, dehydration, exhaustion and murk poisoning. In another fight another character remarks "You must be running on fumes, if you were at 100%, even 50% I'd be toast already."
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has several examples of these:
Emil Blonsky / Abomination in The Incredible Hulk starts out as a Super Soldier, thanks to work based on a certain WWII project we "later" see in more detail. When that still isn't enough for him to take on the Hulk, he injects himself with even more dangerous crap and full-on becomes the Abomination. Tony Stark later pops in to condescendingly remind General Ross why that program was put on ice.
There were two Super Soldiers in Captain America: The First Avenger: The first one was surprisingly Johann Schmidt a.k.a. The Red Skull. He received the super-soldier formula first. However, it wasn't perfected yet, and, ala Kefka Palazzo, he was implied to have been driven even more insane than before and gained the characteristic red face as a result. The second was Steve Rogers, a.k.a. Captain America; the Super Serum was luckily perfected by that time. The fact that they had different personality traits to start with also led them even further in different directions.
The movie actually adds a Reality Ensues touch to this trope: for a time, Steve Rogers ends up sidelined because his military superior doesn't see him as particularly useful on a battlefield since, Super-soldier or not, Rogers is just one man. (Although, given that the British had been operating successful Commando operations since 1940, which Agent Carter would have surely known about, one wonders how much of this is reality and how much is Army brass narrow-mindedness — which, as anyone who's ever dealt with any military will testify, is often also Reality Ensues.) His Captain America image and the colorful costume actually originate when he's relegated to serving as the poster boy for a publicity campaign for selling war bonds. It is not until Steve proves himself by staging a one-man rescue mission of Bucky Barnes and his entire unit that Col. Phillips sees how very effective he could be.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier adds the eponymous soldier, confirming fan guesses that Bucky Barnes was injected with Super Serum by Zola in the first movie. He survived his fall from the train, but was found by the wrongest possible people and is now a Sympathetic Sentient Weapon owned by HYDRA.
Captain America: Civil War showed that six more Super Soldiers were created but were kept on ice in a Soviet-era base. Helmut Zemo uses them to lure both Captain America and Iron Man to the base where Stark learns that Bucky, as the Winter Soldier, killed his parents. Since Zemo blamed the Sokovia incident on "enhanced humans," he had already killed the other subjects in their cryo-chambers.
In Iron Man 3, Extremis makes people super strong with a Healing Factor capable of regenerating limbs in minutes and the ability to produce intense heat at will. Unfortunately the serum is unstable and many eventually explode with enough heat to vaporize anyone nearby. Most of the volunteers are implied to be disabled veterans.
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Iron Man dealt with, and was subjected to, the Extremis virus, a serum developed that grants various super powers. Tony Stark modified one version to grant him technopathy, super strength and a healing factor. Tony's brother Arno modified another to heal brain damage done to Bruce Banner, who in turn, used it to make the Hulk smarter, creating the Doc Green persona.
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American Ultra features two groups of CIA-trained field operatives taken from civilian volunteers (a surprising number of whom seemed to be ex-convicts), who underwent heavy psychological programming. The earlier group, WISEMAN, produced the film's protagonist, Mike Howell. The later group, TOUGHGUY, produced the assets he faces off against, and are mostly recruited from people with a pre-existing history of mental illness, violent tendencies, etc. While the over-ridding ULTRA program's techniques gave every subject heightened hand-eye coordination, reaction time, high-threshold for pain tolerance, and a bevy of other mental abilities a field operative would find invaluable,note much like the above-mentioned Bourne series it was also driving people insane (or more insane). Eventually the process was deemed too costly (on both an economic and a human level) and Mike Howell, the most promising candidate, was put into deep mental cover and relocated to a secure residence.
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ROM: Space Knight: The Galadorian Space Knights.
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Phase Sixers or Super Warriors from the IDW published Transformers comics are powerful enough to fight armies of other Transformers and lay waste to entire planets with ease. Transformers: More than Meets the Eye shows that they aren't created from normal Transformers (arguably a species of super-soldiers), but Cybertronians who are already abnormally stronger then the usual, in a process that would kill any regular 'bot, and very nearly kills them. They also have an amazingly high tendency to turn traitor, at which point the Decepticon Justice Division, a whole crew of psychotically fanatic super soldiers, are sent after them.
And then there are Combiners, which is what you get when you take a number of ordinary Transformers and merge them mentally and physically - which also results in their total mass increasing a factor ten or so, and their total strength a factor hundred. Combiners are officially designated as super-warriors.
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The Headdliners of The Five Star Stories, who are not supersoldiers per se as they are born with their powers, but this is because they are descended from actual genetically engineered supersoldiers. While typically serving as Humongous Mecha pilots as they're the only ones with reflexes fast enough to properly control the things, they're no slouches in hand to hand combat, either.
Later in the story this technology gets reproduced but the couple of characters, and one of them uses it on her own son. The guy turns out so uber-powerful that he later had to move to the Alternate Universe where he's something less of a Game-Breaker.
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In the 2003 anime version, they are implied to be the results of both a project to make powerful soldiers and because they knew too much about the government's nasty little misdeeds.
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DS9: The Jem'Hadar were genetically engineered by the Founders to be the perfect killers.
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None are full grown, but in Rocket Age the Nazis have young super soldiers in training at Festung Sieg.
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The Global Frequency story "Big Wheel" dealt rather graphically with a Super Soldier program gone very, very wrong.
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In Camelot 3000, dissidents and criminals are involuntarily converted to Neo-Men by oppressive governments: oversized, voiceless, unquestioning brutes used to suppress riots and political unrest. Sir Percival's reincarnation undergoes this transformation within moments of having his past life's recollections restored, but retains his own mind due to the memory-restoration magic's effects.
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Heero Yuy of Gundam Wing also fits this, but actually got his ranking in this category through sheer training and force of will. Although, being able to bend steel bars with his bare hands tends to make one think otherwise.
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Mr. Fuji — on the November 1988 episode of Saturday Night's Main Event — claimed to have found one in the Super Ninja, saying he was unbeatable to the point of fitting this trope, and would crush The Ultimate Warrior to win the WWF Intercontinental Championship. In the end, very much averted as Super Ninja not only lasted less than three minutes against Warrior, he never got ''any'' offense in. (Super Ninja was actually Rip Oliver, a jobber for the WWF who wore a costume and was likely taking the place of a mid-to-upper card heel who no-showed.)
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The Shaman Warriors functioned as a mystical version for the Kugai.
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The Venom compound was a synthetic high-grade steroid developed for a rogue general. Combined with hypnotherapy and subcutaneous Kevlar implants, it was used to create a set of six super-soldiers on the tropical island of Santa Prisca. It also nearly drove Batman mad with addiction, before he kicked the habit and shut down the project. Unfortunately the criminal government of Santa Prisca acquired samples of the drug, which led to testing on convicted criminals, which led to Bane... Later stories revealed that Venom is actually a derivative of Miraclo, a special drug used by the Justice Society of America member Hourman.
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Star Trek has several:
OS: Khan Noonian Singh and the other 'eugenic supermen' in "Space Seed" and The Wrath of Khan.
Their "brothers and sisters" made an appearance in several episodes of Enterprise. When Dr Arik Soong took augment embryos left over from the eugenics war and did a little tweaking in an attempt to make perfect humans. Unfortunately it didnt work and they still had the same ambition, ego and beliefs about genetic superiority.
The IDW Star Trek Khan comics have Benedict Cumberbatch's version of the character stand trial after the events of Star Trek Into Darkness and retell the story of the Eugenics Wars and why he looks nothing like Ricardo Montalban. A powerful corporation kidnapped a whole bunch of kids from slums all over the world in 1970s and, with backing by various governments, set out to train an army of Super Soldiers, genetically-enhancing them using tech unheard of outside the company, giving them a Healing Factor, among other things. Noonien Singh became the leader of the "enhanced" at the Indian compound. Eventually, all the enhanced all over the world coordinated their actions and escaped, deciding to plot a global takeover in order to keep the foolish humans from destroying the world. In 1992, they make their move by nuking Washington and Moscow and announcing their intentions. Their takeover takes a few weeks. After capturing India, Noonien Singh takes the name/title Khan and becomes the ruler of the Central Asian territory. According to him, he's the only ruler who tries to make the lives of his people better, while the others use their ambition to fight among themselves, which, in the end, allows humans to fight back and push the "enhanced" to Australia. Khan and his followers escape on the SS Botany Bay. He then gets Easy Amnesia (and plastic surgery) and is tricked by Admiral Marcus that he really is John Harrison, agent of Section 31. His memories return when he blows up Praxis as part of his mission.
TNG: Roga Danar and the other exiled Angosian soldiers, in "The Hunted", with a Vietnam Veteran Syndrome metaphor Anviliciously applied. Also the "drug soldier" conjured up by Q in the pilot episode as evidence that humans had remained 'savages' even as their technology improved.
DS9: The Jem'Hadar were genetically engineered by the Founders to be the perfect killers.
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The Neo-Vipers from GI Joe The Rise Of Cobra stroll through massed assault rifle fire without any apparent ill effect, and one even continues on as normal even after being set on fire. More or less you have to shoot them in the eye (the only part without armour) or use anti-tank weapons to kill one. At the very least with Joe tech, aim for the head.
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In Warverse, the Alliance has the SIGMA program - 7+ feet tall, reinforced bones, nervous system, and all kind of other things. Once they meet the Turian Ghost Corps (which has all that plus a few centuries of simulated reality training), they hold their own reasonably well, but it's close enough to start a new program combining all that with The Spartan Way - 612 orphans aged six to seven are taken in secret as a first batch and are subjected to Training from Hell. Well, 611 orphans and John Shepard - his biotic talents convinced the recruiters to stretch the rules a bit.
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Girl Genius:
The Jägermonsters, "constructs" with a rather Frankenstein's Monster meets Doctor Moreau appearance. Dressed up in the shiniest of Napoleonic uniforms (Prussian style) and really Nice Hats. Complete with silly German accent and the habit of being loud except when sneaking. Fangs, the claws, the super-strength, and the fact that they may well be immortal. They are also "ideal soldiers" mentally. Always ready to fight, honorable (they even have a proper duel code) and extremely loyal to their liege and creators, the House of Heterodyne. Also, good sport — they admire people who manage to beat them and so far we saw them hitting on ladies only after knocked out by the lady in question. Most of them are staunchly loyal to the Heterodynes (by choice, no less) and aren't exactly as monstrous as rumored to be. That doesn't stop normal people from trying to hang them, though.
Also, Airman Higgs looks a lot like this. It's eventually confirmed that he is the "sneaky" Jager General, and an expert in disguise and able to pass as human.
Almost every Mad Scientist tries to build his own super soldier, thought the Jägers are the most successful. Other super soldiers tend to turn on their creator.
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Among the Chosen has Addicaines, who are artificial transhumans owned by a megacorp.
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The Solarian Warriors from Star vs. the Forces of Evil were created by Solaria Butterfly to destroy all monsters. They were originally ordinary Mewmans until she turned them into vicious giants wearing suits of armor and carrying huge laser swords.
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Gundam has had quite a few of these through the years...
Because of its age, the Ur-Example is the Cyber-Newtype. In the mist of the increasingly powerful Newtype of Universal Century Gundam, the Cyber-Newtype was created as a means of combating them on an equal footing. Creating one was usually based on prescribing drug cocktails that would give one Psychic Powers on a par with some Newtypes along with some military training and other therapy. They are powerful but highly unpredictable while being legendarily unstable.... Throughout Universal Century, there has been at least one starting with the Titan's Four Murasame and Rosamia "Rosammy" Badam. Unless...
The Human Reform League super soldiers from Gundam 00, made from artificially born, gene-boosted and nanotech-enhanced humans. The exact nature of the program that created them is kept in the dark to the viewers, but judging by their only surviving alumni (one sane but Emotionless Girl working in the HRL military, and one Split Personality Ax-Crazy Phlebotinum Rebel who killed all the others and destroyed the program headquarters) and the public backlash the HRL suffered after it was revealed to the world, it was not exactly the prime definition of a 'success'.
Heero Yuy of Gundam Wing also fits this, but actually got his ranking in this category through sheer training and force of will. Although, being able to bend steel bars with his bare hands tends to make one think otherwise.
The Extended of Gundam SEED and Gundam SEED Destiny are another example, created by Blue Cosmos to battle the genetically-enhanced Coordinators. Abused from birth and kept under control through drugs (and by Seed Destiny, memory wiping), they're extremely powerful (with the first batch being able to take on Kira and Athrun on a pretty even footing) but none too stable. The drugs enhance their reflexes, reaction time, and raw strength/agility considerably, but at a serious cost to reasoning power, and leaves the user dependent on Blue Cosmos; withdrawal is fatal. It's worth noting that this last part is entirely intentional: by making defection a death sentence, the Earth Forces are able to maintain control over their maddened creations.
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It's implied that many of the characters in the story were born from an attempt to recreate the super soldier serum. It's stated outright that the experiments that eventually led to the creation of the Incredible Hulk were initially attempts to recreate the super soldier serum. The genetic modification of spiders that later created Spider-Man also has its roots in the super soldier project.
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In NCIS, a Marine who escapes from a mental institution (funded by a private military contractor) and is brought back in by Gibbs' team claims to have been experimented on, a claim backed up by cybernetic implants found in his body and his unprecedented ability to defeat Ziva in a fistfight. When a company official for the private military contractor demands his return, it is suspected that he was an involuntary subject of a Super Soldier project. It turns out that he'd been self-medicating with steroids, and the 'implant' was a homing device placed after his return to the US.
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Some of the engineered superheroes at the lower end of the power scale in Supergod, published by Avatar Press, fit this trope quite nicely. The created heroes range from this trope to A God Am I to Eldritch Abomination.
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In Alice and the Nightmare, it's implied that one exists - the Queens created armies of Chessmen to fight against each other thousands of years ago, and Word of God refers to those soldiers in present tense, suggesting they're still around.
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Xenospora gives us Richard Dark who is a covert ops agent. His engineering gives him incredible stamina and makes him into an empath.
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Soldier, wherein a Tyke Bomb who survives to middle age gets tossed aside by his creators... Only to stomp a mudhole in a platoon of the genetically engineered "new models" when they cross paths.
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In Dollhouse, one of Rossum's secret projects is to create a unit of Hive Mind-ed supersoldiers using Active brain-architecture used in conjunction with neural radios. The result is.... disturbing, to say the least.
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Part of The Spectacular Spider Man's plot was the city's criminals trying to create sort of super soldiers to take on Spider-Man. But more specifically a later episode is about villains fighting for the formula that was used to create the villain Rhino, in order to make an army of super soldiers.
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Requiem Vampire Knight has the Dracula's titular vampire knights. Each one of them were vigorously trained from Hell (literally) and received augmentations to make them hardier, stronger and as well as crueler by numbing their senses. They also gained magic powers such as being able to shapeshift, control animals and wield magic swords. Dracula's Berserkers also deserve a mention, though they are less reliable - gigantic, humanoids engines of destruction that destroy everything on their path whether its friend or foe. They are impossible to control and once unleashed, they can never get back under their master's hold so they are all outfitted with explosive collars to detonate once there is no further use for them.
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Captain Marvel Jr.'s Archenemy, Captain Nazi.
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OS: Khan Noonian Singh and the other 'eugenic supermen' in "Space Seed" and The Wrath of Khan.
Their "brothers and sisters" made an appearance in several episodes of Enterprise. When Dr Arik Soong took augment embryos left over from the eugenics war and did a little tweaking in an attempt to make perfect humans. Unfortunately it didnt work and they still had the same ambition, ego and beliefs about genetic superiority.
The IDW Star Trek Khan comics have Benedict Cumberbatch's version of the character stand trial after the events of Star Trek Into Darkness and retell the story of the Eugenics Wars and why he looks nothing like Ricardo Montalban. A powerful corporation kidnapped a whole bunch of kids from slums all over the world in 1970s and, with backing by various governments, set out to train an army of Super Soldiers, genetically-enhancing them using tech unheard of outside the company, giving them a Healing Factor, among other things. Noonien Singh became the leader of the "enhanced" at the Indian compound. Eventually, all the enhanced all over the world coordinated their actions and escaped, deciding to plot a global takeover in order to keep the foolish humans from destroying the world. In 1992, they make their move by nuking Washington and Moscow and announcing their intentions. Their takeover takes a few weeks. After capturing India, Noonien Singh takes the name/title Khan and becomes the ruler of the Central Asian territory. According to him, he's the only ruler who tries to make the lives of his people better, while the others use their ambition to fight among themselves, which, in the end, allows humans to fight back and push the "enhanced" to Australia. Khan and his followers escape on the SS Botany Bay. He then gets Easy Amnesia (and plastic surgery) and is tricked by Admiral Marcus that he really is John Harrison, agent of Section 31. His memories return when he blows up Praxis as part of his mission.
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The Pony POV Series has the Hooviets' Project Hybrid, a project devoted to creating powerful pony/deer hybrids soldiers. General-Admiral Makarov is the most successful of them and the only one still alive in modern day. He has immensely powerful magic and enough physical power to curbstomp Shining Armor. Subverted in that the experiment was supposed to be a complete failure, as even if it succeeded it'd have just resulted in pony/deer hybrids rather than Super Soldiers. Makarov's true form, a reality bending monster called the Shadow of Chernobull, altered history so that he survived. It's also revealed that Makarov was the one responsible for killing the other hybrids so he could be unique.
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One Piece: Creating these is one of the goals of two separate villains:
Caesar Clown seeks to create some kind of formula that will turn humans into giants, hoping to create an army of subservient and powerful giants with it. He soon found out that was impossible to do, but that didn't stop him from continuing his research on children and swindling Big Mom in the process; all of which eventually bit him severely in the ass.
The head of the Vinsmoke family, Vinsmoke Judge, seeks to create super soldiers through genetically enhancing his own children from a young age, and subject them to Training from Hell to bring out their inner potential; he could then have them lead his armies, and clone them to make even more super soldiers. While that training paid off fine with four of his kids, it failed with Sanji, who remained a regular human being despite his modified genes thanks to the actions of his mother, who took a drug that was meant to counteract the genetic enhancements and the effects that came with it.
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The title character of Hardcore Henry is one, by virtue of being a Cyborg, and he fights others.
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Micronauts (IDW) has the Acroyears: armored, genetically modified warriors armed with incredibly powerful weaponry, one of whom is a member of the titular team of heroes. He lives up to it even on Earth, despite being only four inches tall.
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The second season opener of seaQuest DSV centered around the "Daggers" (the official term is GELF - genetically engineered life form. "Dagger" is an insult), genetically engineered warriors whose very existence was outlawed before they were a year old, and are exiled to life on a prison island. They are freed by the end of the episode, while one of them (Dagwood) joins the main cast.
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300: Spartan warriors are portrayed this way, having been trained from childhood The Spartan Way to strip them of fear and weakness and turn them into the world's finest warriors. They are superior to other Greek citizen-soldiers and vastly superior to the Persian soldiers. Even the elite Immortals of the Persian army don't measure up.
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Magic: The Gathering has the Metathran, genetically engineered soldiers created by Urza to fight the Phyrexians. For that matter, the Phyrexians themselves also qualify. They are born as humanoid creatures called Newts, which are already much stronger that normal humans, and are later compleated (not a typo).
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In the manga Kieli, the main character Harvey is an 'Undying'; an undead soldier that was created from the corpse of a soldier who had died in combat. Upon being reanimated, the Undying are nigh-unstoppable. They don't have any more strength or speed than a regular human, but they aren't affected by pain (although they still feel it), they don't age, do not need nourishment or sleep, and they can take nearly any amount of damage and keep going. Harvey, at one point, had half of his head blown off, along with one leg and an arm. Though it took months, he recovered. The only way to kill an Undying is by ripping its 'core' out of its chest, as the core is what gives them animation. After the war, the Church (who originally created the Undying to win the world war they were fighting) began to hunt them down and slaughter them mercilessly, offering a massive bounty for anyone who located or killed an Undying. Despite being technically dead, the Undying still have the same emotional capacity and personality that they did when they were alive, so the scant few who escaped the Church's massacre went on the run. At the beginning of the story, Harvey has been avoiding the Church for eighty years and counting.
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Cwynhild from Cwynhild's Loom has been cybernetically enhanced, making her stronger and faster than other humans on Mars. Her reactions are also quicker, and she can interact in various ways with computer systems through an artificial right hand, including shorting them out with an electrical pulse. She can also survive being stabbed in the heart..
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In Orphan Black, the Project CASTOR clones, the male counterparts to the main clones, are part of a Government Conspiracy and have been trained from birth to be super soldiers. Somewhat subverted since, as far as we know, the clones don't have any genetic enhancements to their abilities and in fact some have genetic brain defects.
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Follower: The chio(vloxen) were genetically engineered to be the perfect super soldiers for the U.S. Military.
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Beta Ray Bill was the 'winner' in a competition to create a powerful guardian for his people as they fled the destruction of their homeworld and a demonic invasion. The magic hammer simply added to his considerable power.
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Game of Thrones: The Unsullied are basically this. They are fearless, perfectly disciplined in martial arts, and immune to pain.
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In Captain America (1990) with Matt Salinger playing the title role. It's indicated that the red face of the Red Skull was actually a disfigurement caused by the original process, first seen tested on a rat, and which is later perfected for use with Steve who comes out looking normal, if extremely powerful in build.
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The creation of Serpentor in G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero was approved by Cobra Commander with the objective of creating the ultimate super soldier to be a general serving under him. Unlike the cartoon version, Serpentor wasn't explicitly created to replace Cobra Commander, but his natural charisma in leading the defense and evacuation of Springfield just moments after his "birth" made Cobra Commander realize he'd inadvertently greenlit the creation of his own rival.
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Fyana (Make: Melkian Government, Model: Perfect Soldier) of Armored Trooper VOTOMS is one of these, but she's as much of a MacGuffin as a character.
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Hanna in Hanna comes from a secret government program that develops otherwise aborted fetuses into powerful soldiers.
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The Invisible 9 of Pumpkin Scissors are nine whole units of super soldiers. For example; 901-ATT is the unit full of soldiers who can take on tanks and 908-HTT are soldiers that take down their enemies with flame throwers. However, just knowing that they exist seems to mean death...
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Warhammer 40,000: Every faction worth their salt has at least groups of those. Examples include: Cadian, Catachan and Krieg (even more so with Kaskrin, White Shields and Grenadiers),note Learn to shoot before learn to walk Stormtroopers, Sisters of Battlenote Raised in an orphanage with very intense military training, every form of Space Marines, Adeptus Custodes,note "proper" Supersoldiers created from template or personally by God Emperor of Mankind Skitariinote Cybernetic warriors of the Mechanicus, every Eldar that walked Path of Warriornote Creates entire new personality from scratch that is filled with only rage and hate. Sometimes it sticks that person can no longer switch to his normal persona, the Fire Caste of Taunote Trained from birth, have minor cybernetic augmentations., entire Tyranid, Ork, Necron and Daemon racesnote They all were designed for war. Some are more elitist than the others. In this kind of universe, its pretty much a prerequisite for survival. And sometimes even these aren't enough.
Space Marines (Imperium of Man): Fanatically dedicated, comprehensively superhuman, bio-engineered giants selected through decades of religious indoctrination and a form of The Spartan Way that only one of a hundred (or thousand, depending on the source material) aspirants even survive, who carry weapons firing fully automatic armor-piercing explosive-tipped ammunition as their basic gunnote Boltguns are NOT rocket launchers, are strong enough to rip a man (or a cow) apart and can survive having a tank dropped on them. They are made by implanting a young male human with bioengineered organs that radically alters their development on top of giving them superhuman capabilities; this includes a second heart, a third lung, a second stomach, an organ that causes bones to coat in naturally occurring ceramite and fuses the rib cage that is solidified into one large chunk of bone (yes, we know that wouldn't work very well), can spit acid, and a tremendously enhanced sensory apparatus. On top of their high intelligence they also have the ability to eat the brains of enemies to incorporate their knowledge. They are also "hypno-indoctrinated" to make them fanatically loyal and to give them a very narrow focus, so that all they think about is war and how to do it better, and possibly to impart knowledge on how to do just that. Depending on who you ask, they may also get genetic enhancements on top of their bodies being reworked from the ground up. Some chapters's have had the genome of their bioaugmentations corrupted for some reason or another, in some cases losing out on some abilities, but just as often it gives them something like giving them razor sharp bone spurs or perfect recall. Whatever the case, every Marine has muscles so thick that they are immune to any weapon smaller than a 9mm handgun (sadly in real life, thicker muscle does not protect you from small arms fire, not matter how big or tough the human, however the density of the muscles can and on top of that the sheer strength of even a naked Space Marine implies there is some quantum mumbo-jumbo going on since it shouldn't be physically possible, especially for the Custodes and the Primarchs), they can breathe water, they are immune to most diseases, and they require only four hours of sleep though they can go days on end without it. If they are not killed, they will live forever, with the oldest existing one having lived over a millennium being generally no worse for wear aside from Who Wants to Live Forever? biting at him a bit. And Chaos Marines are even deadlier, possessing thousands of years of combat experience over their loyalist brethren as well as various boons and mutations granted to them by the Chaos gods to make them even stronger, tougher, faster or give them whole new abilities altogether.
It's worth noting that a lot of the detail around Space Marines and their superhuman and quasi-human abilities has evolved, changed, and been tweaked (i.e. retconned) over the years. Back in the 1990s, a lot of the physical enhancements were similar but less played-up; Space Marines were supposed to be the best of the best of the best transformed into even better soldiers - not true 'superhumans' that are functionally immortal (only the Primarchs could lay claim to that originally). Their weapons have similarly mutated; the Boltgun fires self-propelled rounds (rounds, not grenades) that features an explosive element behind a dense core and a diamantine tip or adamantine penetrator, allowing it to both penetrate and explode within a target. It certainly isn't a full-auto missile launcher, evidenced by the Space Marines using a shoulder-carried heavy weapon called...a missile launcher.
Also the various badass kinds of Space Marine: The Ultramarines, the go-to Space Marine, are Badass Bookworms and absolute masters of logistics and organisation, good not only for winning control of planets but also keeping them under control. Space Wolves are boisterous superhuman Vikings seemingly immune to Chaos corruption; back in the pre-Heresy days they were known as "the Rout" because they were the legion the Emperor called when he wanted an opponent completely crushed. The Iron Warriors are badass siege specialists, back in their pre-Heresy days a mere ten of them could control a planet with a disgruntled population of 130 million. The Alpha Legion meanwhile are effectively an entire army of James Bond/Rico Rodriguez/Solid Snake hybrids, masters of stealth and deception and launching confusing and terrifying attacks that leave their enemies scrambling to react.
Terminators (Imperium of Man): The Elite Imperial Space Marine - veterans of countless battles, the strongest and fittest and most capable of all marines. And they get a super-power armor (Tactical Dreadnought Armor) and even more obscene weaponry (like Assault Cannons firing thousands of large-calibre rounds per minute or Thunder Hammers that can rip tanks to pieces). They can also teleport. It's commonly agreed that battle brother becomes eligible to the First Company (where Terminators are grouped as per Codex Astartes) posting after at least a full century of service. And some chapters require even more.
Assault Cannons would fire thousands of rounds per minute - if said ammo supply was large enough. No terminator model or art ever looks like he's carrying around more than a few seconds' worth of assault cannon ammunition.
While Space Marines were Super Soldiers, the Primarchs were Super Generals. Created personally by the Emperor, they fully matured in just a few years with most of them conquering their respective planets by the time they were adults in the conventional sense. When Leman Russ met the Emperor, they had an eating, drinking and fighting contest. Emperor was displeased with such "hospitality", so he quickly ended the last contest by knocking out his son with a power fist hit. Leman Russ was tough enough to say that his headache was caused by the booze rather than by catching a hit that would rip apart a Baneblade by his skull. Lorgar, deemed to be the weakest of primarchs, was able to fight and win against the Anngrath, the mightiest Greater Daemon of Khorne note The single most dangerous model available at the tabletop (though it should be noted that this was the point he started really tapping into his own psyker powers, and he received the label of "weakest" for his preference for using diplomacy and faith to win campaigns, things he pushed to the side after his fall) and Magnus casually went toe to toe with Ork Super Gargants.
Grey Knights (Imperium of Man): incorruptible Marines who are also great psykers, have a magic-immunity shield and a spear that shoots lighting for killing giant daemons. The selection process for Grey Knights involves, among other things, the "666 rites of the Emperor", which can be best described as 666 Mind Rapes.
And then there are Paladins, VERY elite group among the most elitist Space Marine chapter. There are eight trials one must endure to join their ranks, each one more grueling than a previous one. The second one involves tracking down and killing one of each of the 4 types of Daemonic Heralds serving the Chaos Gods while bearing no armor and armed only with a sword.
There are little known about Adeptus Custodes (the Emperor's bodyguards created in pre-Imperial times) except that they are more durable than Space Marinesnote One of Custodes duties is to escort Culexus assassins to their objectives. Even with safeties on and Culexus actively trying to diminish his power output, even Space Marines die when they are exposed to Culexus power for a long time. can ever be and that Captain General of the Custodes went toe to toe with Horus (prior to his Face–Heel Turn) in a sparring match and won. There was also an Ork Horde that pushed back 3 Space Marine Legions with their Primarchsnote Rogal Dorn, Mortarion and Horus himself. In response to this affront, the Emperor himself along with his Custodes Guard deployed from the skies and finished them off in an instant. While the Emperor was fighting their boss, Gharkul Blackfang, Custodes fought Xeno hordes. More than 100 thousand orks died in a matter of minutes while Custodes only lost 3 warriors. And there is also a theory that due to destruction of the Imperial Webway project, the Imperial Palace is under constant siege by daemonic hordes with Custodes Guard fighting endless and hopeless battle to keep them at bay. For the past 10 thousand years they have been the only thing keeping hordes of immortal daemons from destroying the Golden Throne and creating a galaxy-wide Eye of Terror.
Thunder Warriors (Pre-Imperial human): The precursors of the Space Marines used when the Emperor united Terra. Stronger and tougher than their successors, but with shortened lives and none of their non-combat utility. They were dangerously insane and the Emperor had them destroyed once he conquered Terra, so he could work on the weaker but more controllable and less erratic Astartes.
Aspect Warriors (Eldar) dedicate every single conscious moment of their lives to training for a particular aspect of war, also utilizing the second-most advanced technology in the setting. Despite being of only average human dimensions, they can generally go toe-to-toe with the above-mentioned Space Marines.
Exarchs take this to the next level, as their entire existence is dedicated to combat. They never leave their shrines and have the best equipment of their respective aspect. In older editions they were Eldar heroes who had access to an incredibly wide range of badass wargear, even from outside their aspects, but they've been toned down to be more akin to Sergeants or typical squad leaders.
Depending on the edition, ordinary Aspect Warriors could be "usual" Eldar elite troops. Sure, they train hard for a century or so, but can freely change their occupation afterwards. Multiple Personality Disorder Eldar cultivate helps them to stay ready to don the war face once it's needed again. Exarchs are those who are lost on the Path of Warrior and can leave it no longer. And then there are Phoenix Lords. They are heroes who founded the Aspect Shrines 10 thousand years ago and they keep fighting by keeping their consciousness in their armor and by possessing the body of their successors.
How badass are the Phoenix Lords? Maugan Ra, the Dark Reaper Pheonix Lord, once massacred an entire Tyranid splinter fleet on his own. The current eight-feet-tall, power-armoured, genetically-engineered poster child for this trope above? Whole armies of them have been wiped out to the last trying this feat. There's also Fuegan, who curbstomped a Steam Gargant (an Ork-built Humongous Mecha) alone, and there's Jain Zar, who turned the dreaded Night Lords into the Red Shirt Army. And Emperor help you if you ever face them fighting all together as the Phoenix Court of Khaine...
Stormtroopers (Imperial Guard, Imperium of Man): The Stormtroopers carry backpack-powered hellguns, heavy carapace armor, and - depending on the regiment - can receive genetic enhancements. In older editions, squad leaders could even carry powerfists or lightning claws. Usually Stormtroopers are trained in Schola Progenium, the orphanage for children of deceased war heroes.
Sisters of Battle receive training that is similar to the Stormtroopers, but with less focus on subtlety and more on endurance. It is an army of power armored nuns with meltas, flamethrowers and bolters backed up by faith strong enough to deflect artillery fire and resurrect dead.
The Orkz: Orkz are an entire race of Supersoldiers created by Precursors, designed for the sole purpose of fighting. They take this trope to the logical extreme, where their fungus-based life cycle creates all the secondary and even tertiary logistics any army would need (including forming lifestock that fart their equivalent of gasoline!). Their Mekboys are also genetically encoded to be able to create machines from birth and their biology is robust enough to handle literal Meat Grinder Surgery, meaning none of that "training" nonsense regardless of what profession each ork prefers. Whatever else is sorted out by their gestalt psychic field, literally filling in the blanks of where any of the above would conceivably lack. All this combined results in a massive mob of drunken football hooligans going on a galaxy-spanning pub crawl. And winning.
Various Inquisitorial Assassins: Six Temples each with its own breed of assassin dedicated to one of six major fields of murder: Sniping, Impersonation, Terror-Attacks, Anti-Psyker, Poisoning and Electronic Warfare. They are the Vindicare, Callidus, Eversor, Culexus, Venenum and Vanus. These assassins have profiles in-game that rival/exceed that of most army leaders, are implied to be trained from birth (very little of their training procedures is ever alluded to) and can only be deployed by authorization from a sanctioned Inquisitor, and even then the Inquisitor is never allowed to deploy more than one. The Eversor stands out among them, as he is usually only deployed when the inquisition needs to make an example of someone. His modus operandi usually results in the immediate area receiving a very visceral redecoration.
At one time, the Officio Assassinorum decided to create the ultimate assassin. They succeeded. Legienstrasse was able to absorb the biomass of a target upon touch, completely removing the target whole. She could use this new biomass to mutate at will or to create more Maerorus assassins by laying eggs (with a single clutch being able to kill an entire Imperial Guard company shortly after hatching). So in order to create the ultimate assassin, the Officio Assassinorum created an expy of Alex Mercer from Prototype. Only a billion times worse because it's 40K. Needless to say, Legienstrasse escaped. This posed two problems. First, she was powerful enough to have a decent chance at fighting off the punitive force sent to destroy the escaped prototype. Said punitive force included Lysander, a company worth of Space Marines, an IG regiment and several Officio Assasinorum operatives. And second, no one knows whether punitive force (that was barely able defeat the monster) was able to find all the eggs.
Officio Assassinorum Operatives are expected to be able to cross entire starsystems on their own. While a Squad of Space Marines can figuratively take over a planet, this is usually acknowledged to be a figurative speech, as the marines would be supported by, at the very least, their own air force. The Assassins themselves must not only know how to forage for food on alien worlds, but survive in them and find a way off of them, which includes up to hijacking entire starships. The only field assassin that (presumably) does not have to do this is the Eversor, whose physical biology is so messed up by the combat stimms that he must be kept in stasis between assignments or his body will collapse (and explode).
Often neglected, but due to application of the Caste system, every Tau Fire Warrior is trained to wage war from birth. Sure, they are physically weaker even than ordinary humans, but extensive training in tactics and fire discipline combined with the best rank and file guns in the setting makes Fire Cadre very formidable opponent. Fanatical devotion to the Greater Good cause, immensely powerful battle suits and skills in armored warfare rivaled only by Imperial Guard make the Tau Empire the most rapidly expanding force in the universe.
Incidentally, that bit in the description about the Fridge Logic of why such powerful soldiers would remain loyal is addressed: heaps of indoctrination and brainwashing. And many of them don't remain loyal. One of the worst threats the Imperium faces are the Chaos Space Marines: Space Marines who have given in to their selfish base desires and surrendered themselves to Chaos.
Speaking of Chaos, Fabius Bile is constantly trying to outdo the Emperor purely For Science!. Throughout all of the editions he has a special rule that allows him to enhance a squad of Chaos Space Marines into even more super super-soldiers (although the exact in-game benefit changed between editions). However this usually goes wrong and the marines die shortly after the battle, but only furthers Bile's drive to create even more powerful (and unstable) ones.
The Imperial Guard are conspicuous for being the sole exception to this trope. They're not bioengineered killing machines or ancient warriors with hyper-advanced weaponry, they're just ordinary human men and women, handed a rifle and a flak jacket, or put inside a tank if they're lucky. On a good day they'll beat any of the armies listed above, and that arguably makes them the most badass of all. And even then, the Catachan, Krieg and Cadian regiments will occasionally straddle this line just through sheer competence and training alone.
Eighth Edition introduces the Primaris Marines, the culmination of 10,000 years of research to make even better Space Marines. The brainchild of Archmagos Belisarius Cawl, the Primaris Marines are equipped with Mark X Tacticus Armour, which takes the best features of previous Space Marine Powered Armor designs, the Mark II Cawl-pattern Bolt rifle as their standard firearm which is basically an improved version of the iconic Bolter, and they have even had their gene-seed modified with parts of the same process that creates the Custodes. The gene-seed modification is the most controversial aspect of the Primaris Marines, since many in the Imperium believe the Emperor's work should not have been touched.
The Orks mentioned above? Turns out they are actually the degenerate descendants of the Krorks, the original Supersoldier race the Old Ones created to fight the Necrons and C'tan. The Krorks were twelve meter tall behemoths clad in Powered Armor that makes Astartes' Armor look like scrap. The Krorks degenerated into the far weaker though still very dangerous Orks after the Necrons went into hibernation because their physiology requires them to constantly fight powerful foes to stay in shape.
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Grace (Shade Tail) in El Goonish Shive, who was created to fight a single individual, Damien. Subverted, however - she's a sweet, naive pacifist. Left to her own devices, she would far rather have pretend tea parties than actually fight. It was only with great reluctance, following much persuasion that she eventually began learning martial arts, and then only because she didn't want to hurt people by using her full powers against them.
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Mewtwo from Pokémon was cloned from Mew and then genetically altered to be the strongest pokemon in the world. They succeeded.
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Warhammer:
The Skaven's Stormvermin were a somewhat rare breed of larger, stronger and braver Skaven who formed the elite guard and shock troopers. In some versions (including the Warhammer RPG), the Stormvermin were much stronger than a normal human and had the muscle power to rival Chaos Warriors and Black Orcs.
The Black Orcs themselves were specially bred by Chaos Dwarves to be stronger, smarter and more disciplined than a regular Orc.
While they would be considered main troops, the Saurus especially their Temple Guards might be thought of as super-soldiers. Specifically bred for war, they are far stronger and tougher than a regular human and have scales that are tough enough to rival plate armour.
In Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, Sigmar creates the Stormcast Eternals to give the forces of Order a fighting chance against the Warriors of Chaos. Similar to the Einherjar of Norse myth, the Stormcast Eternals are created from fallen heroes and literally reforged in body and mind into mighty immortal golden warriors clad in sigmarite armor.
Blood Dragons eschew the usual Vampire cunning, sorcery and guile that the other bloodlines often rely on and instead go for pure martial prowess. This is so that they may slay a Dragon and drink it's blood (hence the name) to forever quench their thirst for blood. This, combined with their natural Vampire enhancements and literally hundreds of years of training, turned them into the ultimate undead warriors, matched by only the Champions of Chaos. In battle they would either command their own vampire armies or ride into battle as literal Blood Knight squadrons.
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Star Wars: Legacy has Darth Krayt’s Sith Troopers, an army of Force-sensitives who were taken at birth, modified with extensive cybernetics, and indoctrinated to be fanatically loyal and obedient. They wield lightsabers, and individual Sith Troopers can take on seasoned Jedi and win.
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Judge Dredd antagonist Armon Gill, aka "The Chief Judge's Man" was an ex-Space Corps soldier who was engineered with leopard and cockroach DNA for increased agility and endurance.
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Dracula in the original work was already a pretty bad mofo. In Hellsing, though, experimentation by the Hellsing family has enhanced Alucard's powers to the point where he is, among other things, not worried about losing his head.
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The ultimates in Eclipse Phase are trying to become these, and operate by a philosophy based on eugenics, asceticism and discipline. The problem comes when one goes over the edge and modifies himself into a predator exhuman, which could be roughly described as a Super Hunter that views everything else in the universe as targets and possibly food.
There are also a number of morphs designed as soldiers, most notably Furies, Ghosts, and Reapers.
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Gunslinger Girl plays this trope for tragedy: For the terminally-ill little girls of the title, it's either be made into a cybernetic monster that commits sanctioned murder for the Italian government, or die of sickness and Parental Abandonment.
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Doctor Who likes this trope a lot:
The Daleks are an entire race of these, albeit non-humanoid after extensive bio-engineering by their creator Davros. While the "pepperpot" they are usually identified by is just extremely advanced Powered Armor, the actual Dalek has powerful life support, a neurally-integrated battle computer that helps it fight and strategize, and some severe tampering to remove any emotion that could impair its fighting ability, i.e. everything except hate (and, though they'd never admit it, fear. Specifically, of the Doctor).
The Sontaran soldiers are genetically engineered and cloned by millions to serve as shock troops for the glory of the Sontaran Empire. They are deployed into battle almost immediately after decanting, and are expected to have a life span of less than a decade. They are fine with that.
Cybermen are technically not made to be soldiers — they originally upgraded themselves in order to survive extreme conditions, and then upgraded everything else they could because they believed themselves to be an inherently superior form — but they definitely fit the bill otherwise.
"The Empty Child"/"The Doctor Dances": The gas-mask zombies were created by nanomachines from a Chula battlefield ambulance. As the Doctor explains, this means they weren't just patched up, they were made ready for combat.
"The Doctor's Daughter": The clones created for the human-Hath conflict are born programmed with military tactics and history, knowing how to fight from the beginning.
"A Town Called Mercy": Kahler-Jex is revealed to have created several on his home planet in order to end a war. One of them, the Gunslinger, is still around, and quite impressive.
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Lobster Random was designed for a war where a subconscious is a detriment. He feels no pain, can't sleep or dream and has a pair of massive lobster claws grafted to his hips. Turns out, they're the source of all his abilities. The placing of brain implants was only for show.
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Child of the Storm has a number of examples:
First, there's Steve, thanks to Project Rebirth
Natasha, as per mainstream continuity, is at the very peak of standard human potential (Steve being the peak of non-standard potential) and supposedly The Ageless thanks to the Infinity Formula.
The Winter Soldier is a cocktail of Zola's enhancement stabilised by the Infinity Formula, with a result roughly equivalent to Steve.
Mar-Vell is implied to be one, due to his Flying Brick abilities.
Technically, the Hulk. The jury is out on whether that one went very wrong or very right.
Wolverine, as part of the Weapon X program, which gave him the adamantium.
Extremis (both the MCU version and the Mainstream version - the latter being the refined version) and its derivative, Project Centipede, are both mentioned.
Peter Wisdom also alludes to the British Super Soldier project in Porton Down, darkly noting that it's something that his companion (Psylocke) really doesn't want to know about. Since Porton Down is, in Real Life, Britain's equivalent of Area 51 with a well-earned reputation for sometimes less than ethical human experimentation and previously admitted lack of governmental oversight, this is almost calculated to be ominous.
The Red Room have Omega Red, described as a 'Weapon X reject', and a clone of Alexei Shostakov, the Red Guardian. Their ultimate example, however, is the Red Son - Harry, or rather, his Blank Slate body programmed into a weapon and infused with nanotechnology. He's capable of upending entire continents.
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The purpose of 511 Kinderheim in Monster was to make these, in the Tyke-Bomb variety. It... technically worked. They got the monster they wanted after all.
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The Clans of the BattleTech / MechWarrior Universe. Descended from the remnants of the Star League army that fled the breakup of the Star League, the Clans genetically breed their Mechwarriors, Infantry, and Aerospace pilots - only the top 25 individuals of a particular "Bloodline" are allowed to have children (they believe Lamarck Was Right). Clan Elementals (infantry) are 8-foot tall mountains of muscle donning a suit of even stronger, MechWarriors are of average height and weight but are immensely fit and have excellent reflexes, and the aerospace pilots have slimmer bodies and larger heads and eyes with enhanced reflexes and perceptions to give them the advantage in an Old-School Dogfight. In the game universe, this made them individually better (with a few individual exceptions), but few in number compared to the Inner Sphere pilots, born the "old fashioned way" (The same problem that eventually cost the Real Life Spartans their unbroken record of victory). The Elementals are of particular note, as they don a one-ton suit of Powered Armor (the Elemental-class battlearmor) that can rip open battlemech cockpits and soar through the air with bursts of a Jet Pack. The Inner Sphere eventually caught up and began to make even more varied (and heavy) suits of battlearmor, though for the most part they are piloted by regular soldiers.
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This shows up to different degrees in the various incarnations of Birdy the Mighty, including the title character herself.
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The Neo-Warriors and Neo Lords in Exo Squad. The Neosapiens themselves would count, except that they were actually designed for physical labor rather than combat. Still, they make good soldiers.
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General Blue in Dragon Ball is implied to be one, as he seems to have an insane amount of durability, strength, possibly speed, and has psychic powers. It wasn't enough against Mercenary Tao who simply with just his tongue.
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Athene and her siblings from Mobile Suit Gundam Storm.
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The Nietzscheans of Andromeda, who fight not only outside enemies, but each other, constantly. Stronger, faster and tougher than humans, with bone spikes on their forearms.
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier adds the eponymous soldier, confirming fan guesses that Bucky Barnes was injected with Super Serum by Zola in the first movie. He survived his fall from the train, but was found by the wrongest possible people and is now a Sympathetic Sentient Weapon owned by HYDRA.
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The MDS (Most Dangerous Soldiers) of MD Geist.
Capable of taking a bullet to the head inbetween the eyes, and surviving without any regeneration period.
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Star Wars: Clone Wars (the 2-D one):
General Grievous, one of the greatest badasses in the universe, was a cyborg. His finest display of power was shown in the animated series; at the Battle of Hypori, his first public appearance in the Clone Wars, he single-handedly defeated a team of seven Jedi, including Council members Ki-Adi Mundi and Aayla Secura. He killed four of them, and would almost certainly have killed the other three if a team of ARC troopers hadn't arrived at the last second and (somehow, without getting obliterated themselves) held him off. Grievous himself summed up this victory with a declaration of their imminent demise prior to the fight:
The team of ARC troopers managed this because they were Super Soldiers themselves (to a much milder degree than Greivous, sure, but there were a lot more of them then there were of him). They held him at bay with impressive amounts of More Dakka.
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Mai-Otome may well feature the only school for Super Soldiers that includes embroidery and ballroom dancing as part of the curriculum. Garderobe does not skimp on the traditional survival and combat training though.
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The Butcher Bird has multiple varieties of these, called Augments, all created by Captain Grigori Vinci. Their abilities range from standard physical augmentations to strength, speed, and durability to technomancy-wielding cyborgs to line-of-sight teleportation and Voluntary Shapeshifting.
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Alita and the other Panzer Kunst warriors of Gunnm. They are of the cyborg variety of super soldiers.
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A few of these were created in The 4400. They were injected with Promicin, and the survivors of this made several appearances. However, they were "just" soldiers with superpowers, the latter of which is fairly common in this series, so they often got their asses kicked by 4400s or other P+ s.
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Lighter Than Hare: In this cartoon casting Yosemite Sam as a space alien sent to capture Bugs Bunny, he claims his army of Red Robots as undefeatable. Humorously averted when they are crushed against Bugs.
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer:
The Initiative troops in season four were chemically augmented to be tougher, stronger, and faster than ordinary humans. They were still no match for Buffy herself, however, and since they were usually going up against the same type of critters she fought, they didn't show up too well.
Adam was meant to be the first line in a new (and better) line of Initiative Super Soldiers to the example mentioned above, combining the advancement of technology, the intelligence and adaptability of humans, and the superior strength and emotional detachment of demons in one big badass package.
Buffy herself is a mystic supersoldier from a long line of Slayers. They were intentionally created to fight monsters and the various Big Bads that hunt and kill humanity by a collective of shamans who evolved (devolved?) into the Watchers.
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Superboy, the 90s clone one, was practically this. Project Cadmus wanted to make a Superman after The Death of Superman and after 12 failures, they were able to do so. With Lex Luthor's help, of course.
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Rogue, the Rogue Trooper, is the last survivor of a unit of genetically-engineered super-soldiers who were massacred when one of their generals betrayed their strategy to the enemy, leading to a massacre. GIs are stronger and faster than humans, immune to all known poisons, and can go longer without sleep.
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In GURPS Transhuman Space most Fifth Wave nations use AI controlled robots for most of their infantry, but supported by bioroids or biomod humans wearing powered smartsuits or battlesuits for certain special operations.
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Rifts had several, developed by the governments of the world before it all came crashing down. Naturally, the technology to make them managed to survive, and in many places, any person with the inclination and a whole lot of cash can just pop over to the local Body-Chop Shop to get turned into a cybernetic, mentally- or chemically-enhanced killing machine. Specific examples:
Full-conversion 'borgs, those who choose to get their entire bodies replaced with metal save their brains; they also come in partial-conversion varieties, replacing only their limbs and some organs.
Crazies, who have microscopic implants in their skulls that grant exceptional strength and psionic powers, but slowly drives them mad; they're identifiable by the giant steel rods in their head, an anachronistic remnant of the old process that they insist upon, and the fact that they tend to act like cartoon characters.
Juicers, people who are chemically wired to operate at the absolute peak of human performance. The problem is that the constant manipulation of their blood chemistry slowly destroys their bodies; the maximum life span of a Juicer is six years. "Detox" is possible, but after five years has almost a 100% failure rate and only if done within two years will the individual not suffer from their body being partially burned out.
Notable examples developed After the End are Coalition States Battle Cats, Kill Hounds/Kill Cats, and Ursa Warriors, genetically engineered animal Super Soldiers. A similar project in South America resulted in the Amphibs of Tritonia, as well as two separate independent nations of primarily mutant animals.
A number of post-cataclysmic societies developed Magic Knight type character classes, including the Psi-Warriors of Psyscape, the Battle Magi of Dweomer, plus orders of Cyber Knights and Mystic Knights. The Coalition States has their Psi-Battalion, which consists of various psychic classes to counter threats from practitioners of magic.
Rifts being Rifts, nonhumans get in on the fun as well with their own Super Soldier creations. The aliens occupying Atlantis have the standard Juicers, Crazies, and 'Borgs, but they also have the Bio-Borgs, beings that are magically mutated and often enhanced with a wide variety of parasites and symbiotes. The results are often strange and disturbing, but extremely effective. The Kreeghor of Three Galaxies favor genetic manipulation: their Invincible Guardsmen routinely feature beings who have been transformed into living metal or who can change into pure light on a whim. In a larger sense, there are a number of nonhuman Proud Warrior Races who are capable of facing down most of the Super Soldiers on this list. For added fun, try applying any of the above Super Soldier creation techniques to one of these beings.
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Paperinik New Adventures give us many different types of super soldiers, courtesy of the Emotion Eaters of the Evronian Empire. The Evronians had a way to neutralize every single type super soldier if they rebelled:
The first we hear about is Project Abomination, shown only in the technical files present at the end of the various issues. From what we're shown, Project Abomination yielded some results but was shut down when the results went out of control.
The first to actually show up is Grrodon. Combat-wise he's a normal warrior, but has Shapeshifting abilities. Interestingly enough, this kind of super soldier was the one without some safety, and in the Continuity Reboot they're implied to have assassinated the Emperor in a failed coup that plunged the Empire into chaos;
The most famous is Trauma, an Evronian general who had Evron's best scientist rebuild him with Super Strength, Nigh-Invulnerability and the Psychic Powers of causing fear and then feed on it, thus transforming the victim in a Coolflame. When he was about to rebel, a warship showed up to arrest him and, after he saw through their ruse (they ostensibly wanted to bring him to the Imperial Council for some award) attacked with overwhelming force and Humongous Mechas, put him into a restraint that suppressed his powers, and— after the court martial (in which he thanked the Imperial Council for giving him such an enjoyable battle)— brought him to The Well (a prison planet, so called because there's no way to break out but you can be pulled out if Evron has some kind of dangerous mission for you).
The 2014 relaunch "Might and Power" brings us mass-produced Traumas: made from normal warriors, less physically strong and deployed unarmed and with large numbers of normal soldiers, they use their psychic powers as 'motivator' for prisoners.
Later we have Klangor the cyborg soldier, with enough firepower to take on The Well's garrison and win, energy-absorbing abilities that allow him to survive an attack capable of destroying a small warship, and a remote-controlled off switch. When he rebelled, the Evronians turned him off, put him in The Well, turned him back on and told him to behave or they'll turn him off again. Note that, canonically, this guy was built before the creation of Trauma.
Issue #28 gives us Raghor and his beast-soldiers, an offshot of Project Abomination created by fusing Evronian DNA with that of the Beasts of Rangar to give them superior strength, speed and resistance to damage. During their test ride they're surveilled by a dozen times their numbers of regular Evronians, whose leader Zortag decided to put brainwashing devices in their helmets after they went on an unauthorized mission. The beast soldiers being just that good, they actually managed to overpower their guards before Zortag could activate the devices and then went to try and kill a temporarily Brought Down to Normal Xadhoom before killing their keepers, only for Zortag and his warriors to outsmart the two guards left there to surveil them and brainwash Raghor's beast soldiers in his moment of triumph. Knowing that Raghor couldn't be trusted, Zortag was about to shoot him when Xadhoom recovered his powers, at which point Zortag ran with the beast soldiers while the furious Physical Goddess dealt with the idiot who pissed her off.
The special about the invasion of Xerba give us a variant of the shapeshifter Evronians Kravenn the Hunter. Created by Gorthan, the same guy who created Trauma, Kravenn has an uncanny ability to track down whatever his target is, and is programmed to die should he fail his mission or rebel. Again, this one was created before Trauma's rebellion.
The final issue of the original series, titled "If" due containing a number of stories where something went different in the main story, give us another experiment of Gorthan, a breed of Evronian-Angus Fangus hybrids that are combat-ready at birth, capable of feeding on negative emotions without special items and strong enough to tear through tank armour bare-handed. This time the in-built weakness is an extremely fast metabolism: if they can't feed they starve and faint in less than a minute, something crippling against regular Evronians who can't feel any emotion. Or Earth soldiers who realize this weakness and start thinking about anything but them (how they were defeated when Paperinik, thanks to the first one talking too much and revealing Angus had been chosen for his ability to find, cause and feel negative emotions, realized this weakness).
The sequel series PK2 has the Predator, who, for a change, was not created by the Evronians but by a Corrupt Corporate Executive by taking a SeaDuck (a Navy SEAL Expy) soldiers and modifying his body until he's 80% mechanical and has enough firepower to take on a tank, plus enough conditioning to make him loyal and convince him his partner on his last mission betrayed him. As the guy was not as savvy as the Evronians, there's no counter in case the Predator rebels... something that happens as soon as Paperinik shows him a record of the executive saying that he and The Dragon had set him up.
The Ultimate Universe Continuity Reboot gives us another group not created by the Evronians, the Guardian Drones. Created by the Guardians of the Galaxy to fight the Evronians, they brought the Evronian Empire on the brink of collapse, sacking Evron itself, before the Guardians became appalled at the violence of their creations (that was appalling even for Evronian standards) and had them destroyed.
Again from the reboot, the Evronian underwater soldier, a formidable unit against intruders trying to infiltrate a base from a lake. The safety measure: can't breathe air.
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Firefly's River Tam was physically and psychologically conditioned to be a psychic One Waif Army. Then she got away.
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Rex The Wonder Dog, who basically has Captain America's backstory insofar as World War II and being a super-soldier goes. In this case, they were testing the serum on a dog when the scientist was assassinated, and simply made do.
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Legion of Super-Heroes foe Composite Man is a Durlan who volunteered to be experimented on and turned into a living weapon capable of copying the powers of those around him in addition to his natural Durlan ability to shapeshift.
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This is the intention of the extensive training and metaphysical battle creed of the Adamantine Arrows of Mage: The Awakening. It is intended that they should be this way without the use of their magic. When they do use magic, they are supposed to be akin to living gods of war.
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Ben "Yahtzee" Crowshaw wrote a column dedicated to explaining why Super Soldier Projects, at least those that are generally presented in Video Games, are not such a great idea.
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Babylon 5:
Lyta Alexander after she was Touched by Vorlons. It's eventually revealed that the Vorlons originally created telepaths for just this purpose.
In the fourth episode there was an Organic Technology artifact that turned someone into an unstoppable killing machine.
Also the Techno-mages, as seen in the trilogy of books, were intended as the Shadows' counter to the Vorlons' telepaths.
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In The Bourne Series it was hinted at that the operatives in Treadstone and Blackbriar, that includes Jason Bourne, had some form of enhancements beyond simple Training from Hell. While they don't do anything quite superhuman they have an unreasonable amount of stamina, pain tolerance and mental acuity to the point you know they aren't quite normal. The fourth film, The Bourne Legacy, actually has it as part of its plot. The operatives regularly take specific pills that increases muscle density, gives them a mild Healing Factor and sharpens their mind. When cut off from that supply they suffer withdrawals and are threatened that they will revert to being "normal" without it. It was later revealed that the newer iterations of the Outcome operatives, the LARX operatives; had these improved traits and abilities; made into permanent parts of their physiology, via retroviral gene therapy.
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The Supertroopers in Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers.
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Kamen Rider Double had another villainous example in the form of NEVER (Necro-Overs), dead people brought back to life with superhuman abilities to serve as Mercenaries. They too became a Phlebotinum Rebel, but not in a good way.
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Captain America began as the first of what was to be an army of super-soldiers, but after he was altered the creator was killed and the process was never successfully duplicated. This was eventually retconned to be part of the Weapon Plus program. Has a good claim on being the Trope Namer.
There have been several failed attempts to recreate Captain America, none of which have worked out well. U.S. Agent was probably the closest thing to a success, if only because he's still alive and a hero of sorts.
And then there's Nuke, who is... less so.
In the X-Men: Evolution adaptation, this is changed to the treatment being eventually fatal, leading Cap and Logan (later Wolverine) to destroy what they thought was the only Project: Rebirth capsule. Ironically, in this case there was a backup, which the X-Men then need to go destroy after it is discovered by Big Bad Magneto, who found that it works just fine on Mutants.
In the Ultimate Marvel universe, the supersoldier program was restarted in the 1990s and by the early 2000s several nations and alliances had their own versions producing Persons of Mass Destruction. The final issue of Volume 2 of The Ultimates mentioned a Superhuman Test Ban treaty that was to be signed to stop the continued escalation.
It's implied that many of the characters in the story were born from an attempt to recreate the super soldier serum. It's stated outright that the experiments that eventually led to the creation of the Incredible Hulk were initially attempts to recreate the super soldier serum. The genetic modification of spiders that later created Spider-Man also has its roots in the super soldier project.
Also in Ultimate Marvel - the creation of Captain America scared the bejeezus out of the Soviet Union, who started their own attempts at creating a super-soldier. But, apparently, there were budget considerations, so in their case it consisted of cutting bits of the Ultimate version of the Vision (who had crashlanded in Tunguska in 1908) and sewing them onto live human subjects. The results were... less than successful. After the dissolution of the USSR, eventually the human employees just left the bunker where the labs were housed, locking up and leaving the "super soldiers" to their own devices. When the Ultimates and the X-Men worked their way in about a decade later, the survivors were extremely disgruntled.
Project Rebirth 2.0 was intended to give the U.S. Government another super soldier, one who would perform more unsavoury acts than Captain America (who had long since established himself as a superhero and willing to ignore orders by that point). The government managed to attain the Venom symbiote, and bonded it to American soldiers. The first was killed after a trial run, while the second was Eugene "Flash" Thompson, Peter Parker's former high school bully turned best friend. Flash eventually went AWOL, joined the Avengers, joined the Guardians of the Galaxy and more, no longer answering to the government.
It was later revealed that the Sym Soldier program predated Project Rebirth 2.0 — It actually began during the Vietnam War, when SHIELD gained access to a primordial symbiote dragon and extracted five symbiotes from it. They bonded these symbiotes to soldiers, but the symbiotes eventually went feral. The soldiers who could not be separated from their symbiotes were frozen, while the sole survivor, Rex Strickland, became a SHIELD agent.
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TNG: Roga Danar and the other exiled Angosian soldiers, in "The Hunted", with a Vietnam Veteran Syndrome metaphor Anviliciously applied. Also the "drug soldier" conjured up by Q in the pilot episode as evidence that humans had remained 'savages' even as their technology improved.
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Captain Victory of The Specialists is one of these, unfortunately it the process killed one hundred and four men to get one super soldier. Using the same serum on women had ... Different Effects.
The Nazi's only managed to make two "Proper" super soldiers: Phlebotinum Rebel Hartman and his (Much more successful) twin brother Heinrich.
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Captain Atom and his Evil Counterpart Major Force.
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Super Soldier
 Beta Ray Bill (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Black Panther (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Block 109 (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Bucky Barnes (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Captain America (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Global Frequency (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Guardian (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Haunt (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Lazarus (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Marshal Law (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Nikolai Dante (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 O.M.A.C. (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Paperinik New Adventures (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Red Skull (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Requiem Vampire Knight (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Rogue Trooper (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 ROM: Space Knight (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Shazam (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Silent War (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Star Wars: Legacy (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Superboy (1994) (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (IDW) (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Ballad of Beta Ray Bill (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Inhumans (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Ultimates (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 U.S. Agent (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Black Widow / Comicbook / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Daredevil: Born Again / Comicbook / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Death of Wolverine (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 LastManStanding
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Aeon Entelechy Evangelion / Fan Fic / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Forward / Fan Fic / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Mobile Suit Gundam Storm / Fan Fic
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Power Rangers GPX / Fan Fic / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Project Freelancer Phase One Genesis / Fan Fic
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Psi Effect / Fan Fic
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 ResurrectionVerse
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 The Unexpected Love Life of Dusk Shine / Fan Fic / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Thousand Shinji / Fan Fic / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 A Very Scary Thought (Fanfic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 BaltoFutureshock
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Equestria: Across the Multiverse (Fanfic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Memories Of Infinite's Past (Fanfic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Nobledark Imperium (Fanfic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Of Sheep and Battle Chicken (Fanfic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Snakepit (Fanfic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 StreetsOfRageSaga
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 TSATheAmazingSpiderMan
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 The Fall Of Hive Hunger Prime (Fanfic)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Captain America: Civil War / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Captain America: The First Avenger / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Captain America: The Winter Soldier / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Hanna / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Hardcore Henry / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Iron Man 3 / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Lazer Team / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Outpost / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 RaceToWorldFirst
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Soldier / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Street Fighter / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Super Mario Bros. / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Terminator: Dark Fate / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Fast and the Furious / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Final Fantasy (Franchise) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 G.I. Joe (Franchise) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Marvel Cinematic Universe (Franchise) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Marvel Universe (Franchise) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Rambo (Franchise) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Resident Evil (Franchise) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Halo: The Fall of Reach / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Black Bullet / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Coffin Princess Chaika / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Infinite Stratos / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Ad Astra Per Aspera / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Agent G / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Alterien
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Black Man / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 CoDominium / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Confessions of a D-List Supervillain / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Crystal Rain
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 EHUD Prelude To Apocalypse
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Echopraxia / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Elantris / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 EternalAnhelia
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Ex-Heroes / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 False Memory Trilogy
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Fine Structure / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Halo: Evolutions
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Halo: Shadow of Intent / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Horus Heresy / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Inheritance Cycle / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Moreau Series / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 New Jedi Order / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Paradox Trilogy
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Reboot Book Series / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Roxy Was Here / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Santa Olivia / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Second Apocalypse / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 SilverFin
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Space Captain Smith / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 StarRiskLtd
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Takeshi Kovacs / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Draka / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Infected / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Young Ancients / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Unseen Academicals / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Vorkosigan Saga / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Red vs. Blue: The Recollection (Machinima) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 ActionChatroom
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 AmalgamUniverse
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 BadassNormal
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Beastess
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 BulletPoints
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 CaptainMar-Vell
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 CrushingThePopulance
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 EHUDPreludeToApocalypse
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 EvilKnockOff
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 GlobalGuardiansPBEMUniverse
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 HumanTrialIsHumanError
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Jawbreaker / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 JerkAssWoobie
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 KamenRiderG
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 LastManStanding
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Mario4812LikedTropes3
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 MasamiKurumada
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Partials
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Penal Colony / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 RealSlimShadowen
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 SoonIWillBeInvincible
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Starkid
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 StrikersSoundStageX
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Supersoldier
sameAs
Super Soldier
 TheApocalypseTroll
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 TheCobraTrilogy
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 The Digimon Epics Dawn Of Dusk
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 TheDigimonEpicsWillTheyThankYou
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 TheDrownedCities
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 TheMenWhoStareAtGoats
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 TheTakeshiKovacsSeries
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 TykeBomb
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 UltimateMarvel
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 VGExiles
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 AIKI (Manga) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Break Blade (Manga) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Claymore (Manga) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Corpse Princess (Manga) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Gunslinger Girl (Manga) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Hellsing (Manga) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 High School Exciting Story: Tough (Manga) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Bright Sessions (Podcast) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Campus Life (Roleplay) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 We Are Our Adventuring Avatars / Role Play / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 DigimonBrokenCode
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Global Guardians PBEM Universe (Roleplay)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 GundamSeedDestinyProjectR
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Marvels RPG (Roleplay) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Mythril Aces (Roleplay) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Neo Pokeforum (Roleplay) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Personification Life (Roleplay) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Star Army (Roleplay)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 The Digimon Epics Dawn Of Dusk (Roleplay)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 The Digimon Epics Will They Thank You (Roleplay)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Altered Carbon / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 B-Fighter Kabuto / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Choujinki Metalder / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Defiance / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Firefly / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Jessica Jones (2015) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Juukou B-Fighter / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Kamen Rider Build / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Killjoys / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Defenders (2017) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Outer Limits (1963) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The X-Files / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Witchblade / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Wynonna Earp / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Assassinorum: Execution Force (Tabletop Game)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Dark Heresy (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Deadlands (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Deviant: The Renegades (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Heavy Gear (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Mage: The Awakening (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Mutant Chronicles (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Psionics: The Next Stage in Human Evolution (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Ravenloft (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Rifts (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Rocket Age (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 SLA Industries (Tabletop Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Armageddon MUD (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Asheron's Call (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Assassin's Creed: Odyssey (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Battlefleet Gothic Armada 2 (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 City of Heroes (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Command & Conquer: Red Alert Series (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Command & Conquer: Tiberian Series (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Crusader (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Dark Souls III (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Dawn of War (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Daymare 1998 (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Dead or Alive (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Deus Ex (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Doom Eternal (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Exhumed
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Fallout (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Fallout (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Fallout 2 (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Final Fantasy VIII (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Final Fantasy VII Remake (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 First Encounter Assault Recon (Video Game)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 First Encounter Assault Recon (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Half-Life (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Halo 4 (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Halo Wars 2 (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Honkai Impact 3rd (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Knights of the Old Republic (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Marathon (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Metal Gear (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 OverBlood (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Piratez (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Soulless Army (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 RimWorld (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Shin Megami Tensei I (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Skullgirls (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Strider (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Subvein (Video Game)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Sword of Damocles (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Coma: Cutting Class (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Valkyria Chronicles II (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team (Video Game)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 XCOM: Enemy Unknown (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 X-COM (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Altered Beast (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 [PROTOTYPE] / Videogame / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 sora / Videogame / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Code Geass: Lost Colors (Visual Novel) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Grisaia no Rakuen (Visual Novel) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Hakuouki (Visual Novel) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 YoujuSenkiAD2048
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Zodiac Axis (Visual Novel) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 If the Emperor Had a Text-to-Speech Device (Web Animation) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Madness Combat (Web Animation) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Super Mario Bros. Z (Web Animation) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Half-Man (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Memoria / Web Comic / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Alice Grove (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Among the Chosen (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 AsteroidQuest (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Crankrats (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 CwynhildsLoom
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Follower (Webcomic)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Genocide Man (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Girly (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 MachineFlower
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Roomies!, It's Walky!, Joyce and Walky! (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Schlock Mercenary (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Second Empire (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 SpacePulp
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 The Demon Archives (Webcomic)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Thog Infinitron (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Weapon Brown (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Comic Dish (Website)
seeAlso
Super Soldier
 Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Exo Squad / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Sgt. Savage and his Screaming Eagles / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Sonic SatAM / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Star Wars: Clone Wars / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Gankutsuou / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Spider Riders / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Atomic Robo / Comicbook / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Aztek (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Savage Dragon (Comic Book) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Pacific: World War II U.S. Navy Shipgirls (Fanfic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Child of Love (Fanfic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Liaden Universe / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 The Six Million Dollar Man / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 [PROTOTYPE 2] (Video Game) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier
 Aquapunk (Webcomic) / int_80b57bec
type
Super Soldier